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I think part of what turned me off was not having the silent protagonist thing. I just couldn't as easily step into their shoes and make the story my own. Also having a missing child that you were trying it find, it felt weird going and doing random other side quests to help the people of the wasteland.
ken hale said:Finished Uncharted 3. Definitely inferior to the second in pretty much every way, especially the emphasis on melee combat. In the middle of a furious gunfight, some dude will run right up to your muzzle and engage you in some tedious quick-time combat? Good grief, what were they thinking? Although the platforming/puzzles weren't quite as seamlessly integrated with the rest of the gameplay, there were some very memorable sequences, like the ship graveyard and the cargo plane. I definitely enjoyed this series. Incredible that the fourth game is free this month, so I'll be able to finish the series pretty soon.
After that I got back into Marvel's Spiderman, another game I never finished. What can you say about this game? Amazing! Sensational! Spectacular! As usual, I've been bogged down hunting sidequests and stupid collectibles, but I'm at a point now where if I finish the story I'll have 100%, so it was totally worth it. Put that on my tombstone: life well-spent. The story is almost very cool, too, but there's some huge plotholes that kind of ruin it for me. I think I'm going to finish all the DLC on this one, it's just so much fun. Edited to add: and the costumes! Holy crap I've never had so much fun trying on different outfits.
JaimieT said:awookiee said:JaimieT said:You like psychological horror? Lake Mungo. Lol, this movie is the definition of underrated and I can't be stopped recommending it.
Yes, and then talk to me about it!!!
It unsettled me so badly I can't rewatch it so the closest I can get is making other people watch it.
Dee said:Garthgou81 said:Jeff Cannata from /Film gushed about Bluey. I can't recall him saying where he watched it.
Edit: Disney+ has it.