Not sure if its 'better', or just the origin of the style. Hunting animals and grinding cash can be super repetitive, but it can also be fun to shoot down cassowaries.I'm frolicking through Bloodborne again, basically killing time until Ghosts of Sushi Booshi.
What are your guys thoughts on FarCry 3? Is it better than 4 and 5?
It was normal for me because I felt like DS3 was kind of a step backwards after playing Bloodborne. It's not a bad game by any means but Bloodborne gave a new experience while DS3 is just basically DS fan service.I finally started Dark Souls 3. I'm recording my gameplay and hoping to turn it into a video review. So far I've reached the bottom of the High Wall and I just can't stop thinking about Bloodborne while I play. Is that normal?
I'm from Pennsylvania very close to where the game takes place and where the creators grew up. It's "Returning Home From College in Central Pennsylvania Simulator". Having played it during my junior year of college, I can 100% confirm it is about as accurate a depiction of this as you can feasibly get. Almost scarily accurate.Completed Night in the Woods today. I really liked it, but it's hard to put in to words properly. It's melancholy, and even kind of depressing, but full of a lot of heart and grabbed my attention so hard that it was hard to stop playing sometimes. I think I'll still be mulling it over for a long time.