Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by KissSh0t, Feb 23, 2021.
Dude, the gave Uncharted collection to EVERYBODY for free, why not have it on PC
Killzone would probably do well on PC, I was not a fan of 2 and 3. Played them both on my PS3 and was not impressed.
Visually, they are stunning. But the gameplay did nothing for me.
Never played the PS4 Killzone game.
The Resistance games would probably draw in some interest.
I think KZ servers are closed
Man the Killzone multiplayer was amazing for its time and even considering the destruction of walls and everything. Amazing.
Sucks that the sequel was cancelled and the team is forced to work on The Last of Us 1 remake that nobody needs or wants (awesome game but I did it twice on PS3 and twice on the PS4 there's zero point for a remake!).
Never cared about it and never will probably
Damn I wish we could import progress from PS4 saves to PC. I've never finished it on PS4 and I don't want to start from scratch. Anyway, it's not a bad game, it's just a bit rough around the edges gameplay wise.
I think games like GTA5 and the Master Chief Collection have shown that excellent games from the PS3/Xbox360 era can lengthen their lifespans well into the current new generation. Plenty of people are willing to re-buy, replay and/or jump in on games they missed out on. If a TLOU1 game is coming to PC for instance, I would happily buy that and play the game again, despite having finished the original (PS3) and the remaster (PS4).
But yeah if we ever want BB on PC I guess we must start using reverse psychology on Sony.
It's not that I want to play Sony exclusives.... baka!
*flicks hair and leaves room*
Anyone getting and/or got it? For those who has it on console, is it worth a buy?
Getting mixed reviews online, it does look like my type of game.
Thanks to the technical improvements, Days Gone is better than ever on PC. - 8/10
Its ready to play after work...
This is a decent game but it is not an amazing one in my opinion. It's too generic in terms of setting and characters to be anything more than competent. The only thing that stood out for me compared with the dozens of other similar games was the use of the motorcycle but even that can be annoying (if you run out of fuel and you can only save from the bike). However, I did enjoy it for a while on my PS4 and, of course, on my PS5 I now have access to the 4K 60 fps version which I only briefly tried but had no desire to continue playing. If I was scoring it I'd give a 6 or 7. I can understand why they didn't bother with a sequel. I'm sure Days Gone will do well on PC though, especially since it uses Unreal Engine 4 and can easily be modded.
how is it compared to State of Decay ? i dislike a heavy focus on settlements\crafting etc.
Are the hordes really like from the trailers? First gameplays back then ware amazing i think with all those zombies chasing you and after that game really slows down...i even heard its a bike repair simulator.
More like single player focused with heavy story-line, not a lot of crafting there, story driven game
Based on PC Gamer's review the bike repair is the "best" part... make of that what you will
(Empty open world with mostly rinse and repeat missions and clunky combat, to summarize what they thought otherwise).
Played first 45 minutes, performance is pretty much locked 120fps @ 1440p with RTX 3080
Gotta say, the devs did a pretty good job optimizing for pc port. Never played it on ps4 was looking forward to this game. Played a few minutes and it seems quite fun. Gives me the vibes of Sons of Anarchy with zombies lol.