Currently obsessed with Saints Row IV ReElected on the Switch. I’m having too much fun kicking random people into the air inside the city and taking out anyone close by with a rushing takedown. I also made one guy go flying about five blocks into the air after I managed to throw him off of his motorbike.
I finished Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition to my liking finally last night. Main game and Future Connected. For some reason... I enjoyed Future Connected a lot more than the main game and I still don't know why lol. Was it because I didn't struggle with it as much as I did the main game? Maybe. Who knows. Although I didn't really struggle with the main game until around endgame but still. Oh well I guess.
Overall... I'd probably give it an 8/10. Definitely the best 'open-world' game I've played since FFXV. The story didn't really blow me away all that much though but I'll admit there were some pretty unexpected twists/revelations and stuff like that. I had more fun just running around doing Quests than anything else lol. But I'd say I did enjoy it. I just wouldn't say it was the best game I've ever played lol.
I'm taking a small break from Xenoblade now and started the Final Fantasy 7 Remake DLC with Yuffie. Didn't take me very long to start struggling with it. Again. *sighs* Oh well I guess. I'll get through it eventually. I hope. The reason I'm doing this is so I'm not too overwhelmed by playing too much Xenoblade because I do intend on playing Xenoblade Chronicles 2 once I finish this 'mini-break' with this DLC. So I'll get to see what the big deal is all about when it comes to Pyra and Mythra I guess lol. So yeah that's all I can really say. I guess I'm just Final Fantasy/Persona/Kingdom Hearts biased (although I did at least admit that KH3 was a massive disappointment). Sorry?
Well my break is over. I finished FF7 Remake DLC last night. I kept struggling and I got annoyed with it so I switched to Easy. I don't want to hear any complaints about this. I don't know why I kept struggling but I just did. More so than when I played the main game. So I did what I had to do to prevent the game from annoying me anymore. Either way... the game went from Dirge of Cerberus to Kingdom Hearts (I KNEW IT) and then back to FF7 Remake. Yep. Makes sense to me.
Either way I also started Xenoblade Chronicles 2 last night. Honestly... I'm intrigued already. Much faster than the first game. Lots of improvements that I've noticed so far and I'm liking it quite a lot. Hopefully I'll understand why everyone loves Rex so much and what the big deal is when it comes to Pyra and Mythra.
I've been playing a lot of Halo Infinite. I've been working on challenges in Multiplayer. I also just started a new game in Shining Pearl. I told myself I would start playing Pearl after I beat Brilliant Diamond.
Marvel's Avengers that recently came out on PS4. Bought it dirt cheap but so far i don't think it's a bad game. I'm just not fond of Kamala's early stealth levels where you can't fight back.
I've fallen too many times because of roof cables or poles where you have to push a button to get her to grab it. I hate it when games acts like they don't notice my input
Just finished Transformer Cyberverse: Battlegrounds (disc version and new) which i bought on a heavy discount for 14 dollars on sale.
Did encounter a nasty screw-up design in the final level. I forgot to read what/how Optimus Matrix shield works and it is only in this fight. Optimus will only has 1 health and Megatron charged attack (like solar beam) has a super long range and easily kills you.
This means if you don't time it right when to defend when to move on the grid system...then the level gives you the middle finger (No continue in weakened state) and you restart a long 20 minute battle in a turn based RPG. I hate these traps.
I'm currently shiny resetting for a legendary in Brilliant Diamond, and I must say it's the most obnoxious thing I've ever done in a Pokemon game. I'd rather just breed for my shiny Pokemon instead.
Other than that I've been playing Bug Fables too much. Certainly, the best 'Paper Mario' title that I've played in a very long time. Thank you, Microsoft for giving me a free Xbox Game Pass membership for 5 months so I could finally play it.