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Badass J Elkann

It's time to go!!
Feb 12, 2006
65,032
I've literally not even done 5% of GTA story mode, I remember buying it just to play it online

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I went with this over Banished because I was looking for a more chill experience. I bought like all of the expansion packs (not content creator packs or radio stations) heavily discounted on wingamestore, cost me about $80 total I think :D. Granted it may not have been the best decision to activate all of them at the same time for my first game but I'm getting through it. And then :tuttosport: :tuttosport: :tuttosport:

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I played Banished when it first came out, it fucked me off with how people kept dying all the time, almost randomly
 

Badass J Elkann

It's time to go!!
Feb 12, 2006
65,032
Just downloaded Genshin impact, I like mmo open world type games and the fact it has that breath of the wild graphics makes it appealing to me. I feel like I've never really filled that void since I quit world of warcraft about 2 years ago
 

Lion

King of Tuz
Jan 24, 2007
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Tak!

Senior Member
Jun 23, 2011
3,602
i'm still ps4. i don't see lots of appealing games worth switching for. i might skip ps5 all together.

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It's going really slow, feels like it's mostly remakes being made. It's nice for the new generation but I personally don't mind playing old games as long as I haven't played them before. I mainly play from PS Now, or whatever it's called, so I mostly play "old" games. I am compelled to purchase some games but they are so incredibly expensive and the library for PS Now is decent, keeps me busy at least.
I can't wait to play Death Stranding 2 although I guess I will have to wait quite a while. Beyond that, as you say, the games are few. God of War, Ghost of Tsushima and Horizon are not exclusive for PS5 right? I think it will take a few years until they produce games solely for PS5 since so many are still playing on PS4 and they obviously want their investments back.
 

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