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  1. You should like the more recent entries. The combat should suit you; and if you like colouring in the map in Metroidvania’s noting areas you can’t access until you have a certain ability then you’ll like exploration.
  2. What have you been doing? It took me half that and I saved everyone and coloured in all the map. I’m intrigued in what you’ve been doing to prolong it so?
  3. One thing to consider with bundles of common/low value games is that quite often once you factor in eBay; postage; paypal and packing costs you'd have got a similar amount in cash from CEX with none of the hassle. If I were you I'd audit the collection so I actually knew what I had; then worked out based on eBay completed listings roughly what everything was worth. Anything that sells for at least £20 (set this higher if needed) I'd list individually. Everything else I'd either sell in a bundle or take down to CEX.
  4. 27/06 - Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X (PS4) - even more Hatsune Miku and if you've played one you'll know what to expect - an awesome rhythm action game. However this time they added a story mode, which to put it mildly is strange and in places creepy. Hatsune Miku and her friends decide to sing some songs to revive the power of some crystals. So you sing various songs, which unlock new modules and accessories for you to dress up the characters. Each time you complete a song you'll get points which power up the crystals. Fully charge up a crystal and you get a separate request from one of the characters - which is essentially a challenge to play a certain song. All fine. The weird part is that they live in a room where other than to sing they seemingly can never leave. They talk directly to you and clearly adore you. It's all very Stockholm Syndrome and weird. Anyhow the underlying rhythm game is as good as ever and there's a massive amount of unlockables to keep you playing, just be warned it has it's moments. 30/06 - One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows (Xbox One) - in all honesty this is a pretty mediocre One Punch Man cash in. It's a mission based brawler that at least early on gave a budget Yakuza vibe - you run around a small compact city, running errands for strangers and occasionally getting into random fights with thugs. However it quickly turns into working your way through largely identikit missions from a list so that you can earn enough experience to unlock story missions. All the missions revolve around fighting 1 to 3 foes one on one with occasional help from another hero - you have to wait for them to turn up - who you can then tag in. Boss battles require surviving just long enough so that Saitama (the One Punch Man) turns up to help so you can then knock them out with you guessed it one punch. It's thankfully not too long but I was fed up with this a good few hours before the end. Previously:
  5. I’m wondering the same thing. Are you supposed to use mod pods? Or is there a character unlocked later on which suddenly makes the ring challenges doable?
  6. The default is waggle, thankfully you can switch this off.
  7. It’s still available to buy digitally and is also BC on Xbox One.
  8. It is a mess in a single player. Not that it’s a bad game, there’s just no real structure and the game world whilst massive isn’t that interesting. It’s definitely worth playing if you have Game Pass, but it is hugely disappointing compared to it’s prequels. From a single player perspective the two DLC expansions addressed my main issues by adding structure and being set in smaller but far more interesting worlds and as such are a big improvement.
  9. I played it on release and really wasn't feeling it, however it seems to have received several updates since then and having recently repurchased it I'm enjoying it - there's a lot of single player content and the fighting feels good. Loading times are still bad.
  10. I hate stealth, it’s tedious. Stealth sections randomly tacked onto games not built around the concept are the absolute worst.
  11. Once I'm aware a game will take a minimum of 40 hours if not far longer to play through then I do become averse to starting them. The longer the game the bigger the fear. It's irrational but the thought of spending the next month or more playing the only one game scares me. I currently have Persona 5 Royal; Trails of Cold Steel; Yakuza 5; Dragon Quest XI; and Fire Emblem Three Houses sat there either on my shelf still in their shrink wrap or on the hard drive not started because they'll all take a ridiculous amount of time to play through.
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