Been gaming literally as long as I can remember. If I go back far enough to when I was maybe 3 or 4 years old, I have these abstract memories of playing SMB2, Zelda 1, and Rocky & Bullwinkle on NES. The waterfall in the first level of SMB2 is particularly engrained in my memory. I don’t recall...
Riddler trophies is a great callout, good lord those sucked.
I'm gonna go with, uh, everything in DK64. But especially all the different colored bananas. And this is coming from someone who loves collectathons.
So many. This is my first Steam sale since 2015, when I took a very lengthy break away from PC gaming.
Deus Ex Human Revolution
River City Ransom: Underground
I find myself replaying Mario 64 and the Galaxy games most often. Odyssey is excellent, but as of now I have yet to revisit it. It’s a little too fresh in my mind.
Sunshine was always the black sheep for me. Really dig the locale, yet I can’t help but feel underwhelmed.
I spent part of the weekend fiddling around with Dolphin emulator and found myself momentarily hooked on Super Mario Sunshine. Right from the start, the game grabs you. There's something beautiful about Delfino Plaza as a hub world. That earworm of a theme song, the doofus Pianta inhabitants...
Big highlights for me:
Bugsnax (awarded slop dungleman's best of show)
Little Devil Inside
yeah, ok. good:
Demon's Souls - happy to see it remastered, but a little torn on some of the artistic choices
Ghostwire Tokyo - Cautiously optimistic. Keeping an eye on this one...
A game has to really hook me in order to finish it. The AAA games I actually beat last year were Death Stranding, Sekiro, FE: Three Houses, RE2. Maybe a few others I'm forgetting. I generally finish indie games all the time though because they're often short.