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  1. jrockfreak jrockfreak

    Total Posts: 14

    Joined: 6 Nov 2014

    Just started playing Final Fantasy 9 a few days ago, I love it so far and also playing Dragon BallRevenge of King Piccolo

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  2. ArthurSataine ArthurSataine

    Total Posts: 59

    Joined: 18 Oct 2014

    jrock, you're playing one of, if not the most, overlooked Final Fantasy title ever created. It is absolutely amazing.

    I can now add Splatoon to my list. I was on the fence about it and then decided to just jump right in to that splatter of ink. And it is fun as hell. Personally, well worth the cost brand new. It isn't your run of the mill third party FPS crapfest. Sure, you can run around and splatter other Inklings. But the main goal is to cover the majority of the map in your team's color ink and to prevent the opponents from doing the same. The weapons and playstyles coupled with the turf war's ink factor adds a whole new level of depth missing from most of todays FPS offerings. Just phenomenal.

    Look there, I wrote a mini review. Didn't mean to do that. Just meant to say I'm playing Splatoona and loving it. 

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  3. man-cudi_ayee man-cudi_ayee

    Total Posts: 12

    Joined: 14 Apr 2014

    I'm playing GTA 5 (again) trying to get the platinum trophy, as well as USF4. I'm hoping to get Elder Scrolls Online and Batman to add to my collection.

    "Win and doubt, blame the nephilim." -Mark MacLean
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  4. jrhockey93 jrhockey93

    Total Posts: 35

    Joined: 1 Jul 2015

    Just started Elder Scrolls Online for XBOne. Lvl 8 High Elf Sorcerer currently. If anyone is near my level and wants to level up together send me your Gamer Tag in a message!

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  5. GeekingOut GeekingOut

    Total Posts: 6

    Joined: 18 Jul 2015

    How do you like it so far? I'm loving the Withcer 3. I wasn't a big fan of one and two but three has been awesome so far. I keep thiking about giving ESO a try but I'm not sold on it yet.

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  6. ArthurSataine ArthurSataine

    Total Posts: 59

    Joined: 18 Oct 2014

    Time to update what I'm playing.

    Rocket League (PS4) Holy hells is this game amazing!!

     

    ESO (PS4) Love the Elder Scrolls feel to it. I can sometimes forget it isn't a MMO if I don't see people running about.

    A.R.K. Survival Evolved (PC) The finest survival sandbox I've ever played. For an early access title is is suprisingly polished and more or less a complete game.  It only gets better with each update.

    Those are the main games I'm playing currently. There are others I'll play around with or for a few minutes. But these three are keeping me coming back recently. 

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  7. dw111999 dw111999

    Total Posts: 89

    Joined: 11 Jun 2014

    have been playing borderlands 2 and pre sequel on ps4, its kinda geting boring now lol but im waiting on diablo reaper of souls in the mail, also am thinking about playing dragon age sometime for ps4 

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  8. Lissa Lissa

    Total Posts: 163

    Joined: 17 Jan 2014

    Minecraft multiplayer and Civ

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  9. ArthurSataine ArthurSataine

    Total Posts: 59

    Joined: 18 Oct 2014

    Quote by GeekingOut


    How do you like it so far? I'm loving the Withcer 3. I wasn't a big fan of one and two but three has been awesome so far. I keep thiking about giving ESO a try but I'm not sold on it yet.



     


    If you are a fan of the series, then ESO is well worth playing now. Back when I tested the beta for PC, it was atrocious. Now that I'm playing it on my PlayStation 4 it is amazing. It feels like a proper Elder Scrolls title now, it just has other players running around as well. Half the time I don't even play with other people. Quests, generally, are shared with all. What I mean by this is that if you happen upon other players doing the same thing you are, and not partied, more often than not you all get the objective. Obviously gather type quests are excluded from that. PvP is also pretty awesome. I have only touched on it but I like that the whole of Cyrodil is the PvP "arena." It really feels like you are at war there. I enjoy the additional skill trees you get from there that include the faction buffs and siege weaponry. Once you get past the early parts of the game it really starts to shine. I'd say that the game really starts to open up and enthrall you between getting into PvP (10) and obtaining the weapon swap (15). Dungeons are a delight as well. Even they feel like an Elder Scrolls dungeon, just multiplayer. To sum it up, ESO is what you should expect from an Elder Scrolls title with a dash of MMO in it. It certainly is a vast improvement over whatever they were trying to sell us to start with.

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  10. Brem Brem

    Total Posts: 2,916

    Joined: 2 Sep 2013

    I've played a bit of Titanfall again before a trade. I'm also currently still playing Battlefield Hardline, Hitman HD collection (Hitman 2) and that's really about it at the moment. I usually play when I have time. All for the 360. 

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