Years ago I wrote a post called Should I get this game for PC or Console?
Fun game. A few spots frustrated me (mostly around the mountain you rush up while the floor is collapsing) but for the most part it was just plain fun and a good game. I liked it a lot more than 2016. I think my nephews will love it.
The very definition of short and sweet?
I was originally gonna do all 3 games in one post, but I'm gonna take a break from the series before I play the third game (because of other games releasing, such as the Yuffie episode for FF7R and the new Ratchet & Clank) so I figure I should post my thoughts on 1 + 2 before it's been too long since I've played them.
I saw the credits roll in a video game so my OCD is making me do this.
Leading up to the PS5 launch, this was the game I was most excited for. But I held off on getting it, waiting for it to get a little bit of a price drop. Eventually, all that went out the window when I got Returnal, a game I don't really like that much, for the full price... so I figured I should get the game I actually want. It was like half price.
Had this game on my todo list for a good while but just finally got around to it, mostly thanks to the 60 FPS patch on PS5 and Rift Apart coming soon.
After I sold my 3070 I've gone back to my Louqe Ghost case. Running the 3900X in here is possible, but it gets sweaty. Almost a bit too sweaty.
With the GPU market being as crazy as it is, I decided to sell my RTX 3070 that I got earlier this year.
Boy, how the hell do I do this game justice with my writing? I don't think I can. I also feel like it's better to read as little as possible about the game beforehand because the more surprises you get to experience, the better it is.
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