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  1. It’s true! Doubt I’d ever plan to if it weren’t for the Deck.
  2. Yes, please. I do. A big collective thank you for all the recommendations. All for under $45: Kena Super Pilot Black Mesa Half Life 2 Inside A Short Hike
  3. Game of the Year 1. Pokémon Legends: Arceus 2. Splatoon 3 3. Pentiment (video game) 4. Vampire Survivors 5. Kirby and the Forgotten Land Biggest disappointment: 1. 2. 3. Best visuals 1. Elden Ring 2. 3. Best audio 1. Sonic Frontiers 2. 3. Best writing 1. Pentiment (video game) 2. 3. Best not 2022 game: 1. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice 2. Yakuza: Like a Dragon 3. Dragon Quest XI Best developer: here Best format/console/controller/brain interface: Steam Deck
  4. A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spec Ops II
  5. O good Lord. Well, I never thought I'd be posting in this thread, but the boy's uncle just gifted them a Steam Deck. Good grief.
  6. Bangai-O Beauteous Heavenly Light Mannheim Steam Deck Roller Zelda Wishes You a Swinging Christmas
  7. Hark! The Halo Angels Sing Please Come Homeworld for Christmas
  8. Walking in a Winter Warioland
  9. SUPER MARIO bros' Tree American McGee's A Christmas Carol
  10. Elden Ring "You want more games?!! You don't finish the ones you have." I might vote in the games of the year thread, and it'll be an admission I haven't played it. I want to be part of the gang, yet can't justify the purchase as I'm slowly making my way through Sekiro, which is proving more than a handful with my limited gaming time and skill.
  11. I for one was looking foward to a mecha-metroidvania-souls adventure from the trailer, looked like a cool cyberpunkish world to explore.
  12. Do game scores result in higher sales? He's certainly assuming they do. I think we all do, because it's true. That link between critical praise and success is less prevalent in film. The most recent Shane Black picture, The Nice Guys, was a great movie, universally acclaimed, and still failed to make enough, fast enough, to warrant a sequel. Black is content with the film's status as a small cult classic. He's grateful the first one was made and is happy some people enjoyed it. Seems like a wise attitude.
  13. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Dragon Quest Simple. Iconic. And it immediately references Akira Toriyama. Blades of Steel
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