Discussion in 'Gaming and PC Discussion' started by KHAAAAAAAN!!, Jun 7, 2019.
Plus pretty much all of those are going to be on the PC anyways.
But can your pc run these games?
Most of those look like they'd be fairly low end friendly well as long as you don't want to run it with everything on max.
Keanu was the highlight for me.
Miyazaki/R.R. Martin game has me pretty excited, has that Soulsborne look to it.
Expected Phantasy Star to get a bigger reaction, same for the new Tales game.
Forza and LEGO was actually fantastic. I don't actually give a damn about the game itself, but that kind of thinking is what we need more of in gaming. Everyone is so often focused on HYPER REALISM and MAH IMMERSION that they forget that literally anything is possible in these worlds, even a hyper realistic Lambo right next to a LEGO car that looks like it was designed by a 7 year-old.
A new Battletoads game... sort of feels like an older relative posting dead memes on Facebook. Just let that shit die, man.
Well PSO2 is a 7 year old game at this point so that's part of the reason. Lego Forza was amusing but why didn't Keanu get to drive that car? Also memes make games, I mean Shaqfu 2 happened after all.
Cyberpunk 2077 looks crazy good. The implication that major characters can die on any mission, that how you complete missions can radically alter the storyline... this game will have insane amounts of replayability.
I'm the sort of gamer to stick to a handful of deep, immersive, high quality games for years. I mean, I still play Morrowind regularly. I've sunk thousands of hours into Skyrim and Stellaris since they were released. I can definitely see Cyberpunk 2077 joining that collection.
Outer Worlds seems promising, even if the graphics and animations do look like remastered Fallout New Vegas. I love the American Gilded Age aesthetic they've got going on.
Interview with the star wars guys on twitch. They're explicitly calling it out as a metroidvania and referenced Metroid Prime as an inspiration (for the hologram maps, but still.)
They put a battle royale mode in Fallout 76 lol.
"We, like you, love mobile games."
I realize everyone and their brother in Cyberpunk has a metal hand or two, but... is Keanu playing Johnny Silverhand?
I'd love it if this were true, but given the way you're immediately introduced to Reeves' NPC afterwards, I'm thinking that the betrayal is a scripted event.
So Doom Eternal in November. Looking forward to that quite a bit.
Other than Doom Eternal, I'm not interested in Bethesda's games this year. I just want to see Starfield and Elder Scrolls VI. And merciful Jesus, no more mobile games or MMOs.
I'm thinking yes, mostly because he's a hologram. You can choose your character's childhood idol in the beginning of the game and Johnny SIlverhand is one of the choices, Keanu was clearly a hologram, so I'm thinking that whoever you choose for your idol is the person who shows up in that situation. It might be an event that's scripted to happen regardless of your choices or how you perform the mission. In the video you're betrayed because you caused too much mayhem and were bringing the heat down on your employer's head, but you'll probably get betrayed no matter how quietly you accomplish the mission.
Bethesda's conference was a massive waste of time. They should have just skipped this year.
There were so many cinematics, but they couldn't even bother with a Starfield cinematic teaser? The fucking cardgame got a cinematic!
Ghostwire Tokyo has me interested only because it looks like it's going to incorporate elements of Japanese folklore, and the Japanese have some of the most unique folklore monsters out there.
Doom Eternal looks solid, level and sound design looked on point too.
Devolver continues to be a thing. Do they just have a 'troll the fuck out of the audience' budget?
Yeah looking around online it seems that Keanu is confirmed as Silverhand. Makes me wonder who they've got for the other idol options, because it's not going to be easy standing against Reeves.
Yes. It's labeled "Nina Struthers" in their books
FF 7 Remake 3/3/2020
Doom Eternal trailer was pretty fucking sweet. Last doom was quite a lot better than expected, so I'll be picking that up. CP2077 still the most hyped thing for me out of all of it. Elder Ring will be a must buy, just because it's a Fromsoft game. GRMM's involvement doesn't actually interest me, but the alleged megaman-esque aspect of it could be cool. And it looks like I'll be getting the Outer Worlds after all since it'll be on xbox. Don't think I saw anything related to AOE4, which is disappointing.
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