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Tbf you're probably having an immensely smoother experience with it than I am. Unpatched the game is a complete mess. Just today it froze on me 4 times and crashed about 3 times. It just crashed on me now as a matter of fact while I was in the middle of a huge battle inside a temple. I've also had my corpse disappear a few times so it was impossible for me to recover my items. But whatever, the sacrifice must be made. I refuse to give up my tiddies and arse.

Fuckin game did it to me again. I got overwhelmed and died, and when I rerurned to my body it just fell through the earth or some shit so I lost all my stuff. If this was any other game I'd lose my shit but you can build your stuff back pretty quick so whatever. Helps that I have a giant stockpile of resources at one of my safe houses.
No technical problems at all. Just the usual hiccups of forgetting to place a bedroll and getting gangbanged by hyenas
 

SumDrunkGuy

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No technical problems at all. Just the usual hiccups of forgetting to place a houses.
No technical problems at all. Just the usual hiccups of forgetting to place a bedroll and getting gangbanged by hyenas

Have you made the medium armor yet? It looks dope.
 

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Attempting to play Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition because I want to stretch and showcase my RTX card. I heard it was open world, but WOW; going by the first 30 minutes or so, it feels like one long cut scene or barely interactive movie that makes even weeboo games feel reserved. I've never played a game like this that was so bad with that. Does it get any better or should I just quit?
Exodus is split into chapters and each chapter has a vastly different pacing.

The prologue is an on-rails CoD-like sequence, the first chapter on Volga is a semi-open world STALKER-lite, the second chapter on Caspian sea is Far Cry-lite where you clear bandit outposts, the third chapter is Dishonored-like where you must use stealth to traverse a non-linear terrain, and then the game ends with another on-rails sequence.
 
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Attempting to play Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition because I want to stretch and showcase my RTX card. I heard it was open world, but WOW; going by the first 30 minutes or so, it feels like one long cut scene or barely interactive movie that makes even weeboo games feel reserved. I've never played a game like this that was so bad with that. Does it get any better or should I just quit?
Exodus is split into chapters with vastly different pacing. The prologue is an on-rails CoD-like sequence, the first chapter on Volga is a semi-open world STALKER-lite, the second chapter on Caspian sea is Far Cry-lite where you clear bandit outposts, the third chapter is Dishonored-like where you must use stealth to traverse a non-linear terrain, and then the game ends with another on-rails sequence.
Well, thanks for that sum-up. It seems like I should continue then since the other games you mentioned (but not CoD) are the types I actually like. In fact, I just finished Far Cry 6 and as bad as it is compared to FC 1-4, I enjoyed it, though it can only be played with the mod that nixes regenerating health. It also did ray-tracing right, imo, and it's my first game that really showed off what it's all about. It's a shame that Metro Exodus seems much less impressive in that area, but since I'm still in the prologue maybe that gets better too. I really should be playing OGSR instead but I'm waiting for a new large screen TV to go on sale that has g-sync and will allow tear-free smooth(er) gameplay at 120 FPS. For some reason, that old xEngine, even x64, runs terribly for me at anything less than 120 Hz. Must be the early implementation of DirectX 11/12.
 

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I waste too much time on valorant because of friends. Otherwise Im actually considering trying ironman on poe1.
 

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In fact, I just finished Far Cry 6 and as bad as it is compared to FC 1-4, I enjoyed it, though it can only be played with a mod

That's every Far Cry game that's ever been released, even 1.
You talking about the regenerating health thing? Funny, I don't remember that in earlier entries in the series but I don't doubt you. One problem with FC6 is how its entire loot/weapon upgrade mechanic is based on acquiring "Supremo" weapons which are ridiculously overpowered so I thought I'd try to play with as few of them as possible. Bad idea since some of the higher-level combat content sometimes seems balanced around them and you might find it a struggle to do without. The game has way too many tower defense sequences too compared to previous entries. I hate tower defense. However, it was enjoyable seeing Gus from the Better Call Saul-verse as the main baddie where they don't even dare change his real-life appearance. The ending was unexpectedly grim for a FC game with more than just the main villain being vanquished or killed. I don't regret my time with it and I've even been playing some of the post main game content though I finally had my fill yesterday, I think. and want/need something else now. But what? That iz zee question.
 

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Been playing Chorus on game pass, psychic dogfighting in space. I've been positively surprised by it, the combat is fast and solid and very tight to control. You get stuff like short distance teleportation and a drifting maneuver that takes a bit to learn. Story has some interesting hooks and while the MC looks like she could fit in a cinematic Soyny experience, there's actual character development there. You're essentially playing as a psychic former cultist who oopsie'd a few billion people and struggles with some inner demons while now fighting said cult. Not really a fan of her physical design though.

The game seems well polished and looks good while being well optimized. Fast, snappy vehicular action at a high framerate is a killer combo.
 

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I have just finished my second play through of Oblivion with mods. I spent about 240 hours on the game and it scores a 80/100 on the globally respected " BruceVC game rating system "

Mods like Maskars Overhaul and Ultimate Levelling really address all the shortfalls like level scaling and Ultimate Levelling makes advancement based on XP so its makes exploring and questing both rewarding and worthwhile

Now Im faced with that exciting question that only us gamers get to answer " what to play next " and I have many options from my long list of unplayed GOG and Steam games :salute:
 
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I have just finished my second play through of Oblivion with mods. I spent about 240 hours on the game and it scores a 80/100 on the globally respected " BruceVC game rating system "

Mods like Maskars Overhaul and Ultimate Levelling really address all the shortfalls like level scaling and Ultimate Levelling makes advancement based on XP so its makes exploring and questing both rewarding and worthwhile

Now Im faced with that exciting question that only us gamers get to answer " what to play next " and I have many options from my long list of unplayed GOG and Steam games :salute:
https://rpgcodex.net/forums/threads/sureais-new-project-enderal-the-shards-of-order.73191/
 

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I have just finished my second play through of Oblivion with mods. I spent about 240 hours on the game and it scores a 80/100 on the globally respected " BruceVC game rating system "

Mods like Maskars Overhaul and Ultimate Levelling really address all the shortfalls like level scaling and Ultimate Levelling makes advancement based on XP so its makes exploring and questing both rewarding and worthwhile

Now Im faced with that exciting question that only us gamers get to answer " what to play next " and I have many options from my long list of unplayed GOG and Steam games :salute:
https://rpgcodex.net/forums/threads/sureais-new-project-enderal-the-shards-of-order.73191/

Excellent suggestion, I have Enderal on Steam and I have only heard glowing reviews about it

But I still havent played Skyrim yet so I need to play Skyrim AE first? But I have a gaming rule where I generally never play the same type of game twice in a row. So for me Oblivion is a single character RPG which means I cant play another game like it straight away. I do this so I never get bored with one type of gaming design

Which means I need to choose a game that is any of the following

  • party based RPG like BG
  • CRPG like Ultima or Wizardry
  • Action FPS like Far Cry, Assassins Creed or similar games
  • Survival games like The Forest
  • Adventure games like Kings Quest
  • Action\Adventure games like RDR2
Such choices
 
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But I still havent played Skyrim yet so I need to play Skyrim AE first?
No. It's completely unrelated to Skyrim in any way beyond sharing an engine.
But I have a gaming rule where I generally never play the same type of game twice in a row.
Enderal is much more "Gothic-like" in design despite using the skyrim engine.

Make sure you play the Enderal special edition version, doesn't offer any new content but the performance is significantly better.
 

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I have just finished my second play through of Oblivion with mods. I spent about 240 hours on the game and it scores a 80/100 on the globally respected " BruceVC game rating system "

Mods like Maskars Overhaul and Ultimate Levelling really address all the shortfalls like level scaling and Ultimate Levelling makes advancement based on XP so its makes exploring and questing both rewarding and worthwhile

Now Im faced with that exciting question that only us gamers get to answer " what to play next " and I have many options from my long list of unplayed GOG and Steam games :salute:
https://rpgcodex.net/forums/threads/sureais-new-project-enderal-the-shards-of-order.73191/

Excellent suggestion, I have Enderal on Steam and I have only heard glowing reviews about it

But I still havent played Skyrim yet so I need to play Skyrim AE first? But I have a gaming rule where I generally never play the same type of game twice in a row. So for me Oblivion is a single character RPG which means I cant play another game like it straight away. I do this so I never get bored with one type of gaming design

Which means I need to choose a game that is any of the following

  • party based RPG like BG
  • CRPG like Ultima or Wizardry
  • Action FPS like Far Cry, Assassins Creed or similar games
  • Survival games like The Forest
  • Adventure games like Kings Quest
  • Action\Adventure games like RDR2
Such choices

If you go with Far Cry or AssCreed, I'd start with FC 3 or AssCreed 2/Brotherhood. Far Cry 3 set the template for the later entries and had the most memorable single C&C among any game I played (of course it was the only C&C moment in the game but it's one of the very rare instances, I think, where you actually enjoy totally losing a game *satisfied grin*). AssCreed Origins had some big "Wow!" moments if you can crank up the graphics if your card supports it, ie hippopotamuses or nile crocodiles rearing up out of nowhere and attacking your boat.
 

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In fact, I just finished Far Cry 6 and as bad as it is compared to FC 1-4, I enjoyed it, though it can only be played with a mod

That's every Far Cry game that's ever been released, even 1.
You talking about the regenerating health thing? Funny, I don't remember that in earlier entries in the series but I don't doubt you. One problem with FC6 is how its entire loot/weapon upgrade mechanic is based on acquiring "Supremo" weapons which are ridiculously overpowered so I thought I'd try to play with as few of them as possible. Bad idea since some of the higher-level combat content sometimes seems balanced around them and you might find it a struggle to do without. The game has way too many tower defense sequences too compared to previous entries. I hate tower defense. However, it was enjoyable seeing Gus from the Better Call Saul-verse as the main baddie where they don't even dare change his real-life appearance. The ending was unexpectedly grim for a FC game with more than just the main villain being vanquished or killed. I don't regret my time with it and I've even been playing some of the post main game content though I finally had my fill yesterday, I think. and want/need something else now. But what? That iz zee question.
No I mean that none of them are fun without mods, both 1 and 2 have mods that make them less unbearable to play, 2 had a small mod scene dedicated to making it playable instead of just being a bad tech demo.
 

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In fact, I just finished Far Cry 6 and as bad as it is compared to FC 1-4, I enjoyed it, though it can only be played with a mod

That's every Far Cry game that's ever been released, even 1.
You talking about the regenerating health thing? Funny, I don't remember that in earlier entries in the series but I don't doubt you. One problem with FC6 is how its entire loot/weapon upgrade mechanic is based on acquiring "Supremo" weapons which are ridiculously overpowered so I thought I'd try to play with as few of them as possible. Bad idea since some of the higher-level combat content sometimes seems balanced around them and you might find it a struggle to do without. The game has way too many tower defense sequences too compared to previous entries. I hate tower defense. However, it was enjoyable seeing Gus from the Better Call Saul-verse as the main baddie where they don't even dare change his real-life appearance. The ending was unexpectedly grim for a FC game with more than just the main villain being vanquished or killed. I don't regret my time with it and I've even been playing some of the post main game content though I finally had my fill yesterday, I think. and want/need something else now. But what? That iz zee question.
No I mean that none of them are fun without mods, both 1 and 2 have mods that make them less unbearable to play, 2 had a small mod scene dedicated to making it playable instead of just being a bad tech demo.
Always wanted to play Far Cry 2 but was scared off by descriptions of having to commute/drive long distances to assignments and back again after having completed missions instead of just using a less boring way of telling your handler you completed your objective, say, by radio or something like in the later FC games; then you could go directly to your next objective. I think I also remember something about camps you've cleared that respawn new enemies too soon or something. Did they ever fix these things with mods? It's difficult to go from the more streamlined later games to something like this.
 

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I have just finished my second play through of Oblivion with mods. I spent about 240 hours on the game and it scores a 80/100 on the globally respected " BruceVC game rating system "

Mods like Maskars Overhaul and Ultimate Levelling really address all the shortfalls like level scaling and Ultimate Levelling makes advancement based on XP so its makes exploring and questing both rewarding and worthwhile

Now Im faced with that exciting question that only us gamers get to answer " what to play next " and I have many options from my long list of unplayed GOG and Steam games :salute:
https://rpgcodex.net/forums/threads/sureais-new-project-enderal-the-shards-of-order.73191/

Excellent suggestion, I have Enderal on Steam and I have only heard glowing reviews about it

But I still havent played Skyrim yet so I need to play Skyrim AE first? But I have a gaming rule where I generally never play the same type of game twice in a row. So for me Oblivion is a single character RPG which means I cant play another game like it straight away. I do this so I never get bored with one type of gaming design

Which means I need to choose a game that is any of the following

  • party based RPG like BG
  • CRPG like Ultima or Wizardry
  • Action FPS like Far Cry, Assassins Creed or similar games
  • Survival games like The Forest
  • Adventure games like Kings Quest
  • Action\Adventure games like RDR2
Such choices

If you go with Far Cry or AssCreed, I'd start with FC 3 or AssCreed 2/Brotherhood. Far Cry 3 set the template for the later entries and had the most memorable single C&C among any game I played (of course it was the only C&C moment in the game but it's one of the very rare instances, I think, where you actually enjoy totally losing a game *satisfied grin*). AssCreed Origins had some big "Wow!" moments if you can crank up the graphics if your card supports it, ie hippopotamuses or nile crocodiles rearing up out of nowhere and attacking your boat.
I have played FC2-4 and several AC games and most recently AC Odyssey. I havent played Origins or Valhalla yet

Ubisoft games are great and they do certain mechanics exceptionally well. I find their game worlds to be beautiful and historically authentic and I always enjoy the side activities like hunting, capturing bases and crafting

Odyssey was really well done with the naval combat and the options to kill creatures from Greek mythology
 

Derringer

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In fact, I just finished Far Cry 6 and as bad as it is compared to FC 1-4, I enjoyed it, though it can only be played with a mod

That's every Far Cry game that's ever been released, even 1.
You talking about the regenerating health thing? Funny, I don't remember that in earlier entries in the series but I don't doubt you. One problem with FC6 is how its entire loot/weapon upgrade mechanic is based on acquiring "Supremo" weapons which are ridiculously overpowered so I thought I'd try to play with as few of them as possible. Bad idea since some of the higher-level combat content sometimes seems balanced around them and you might find it a struggle to do without. The game has way too many tower defense sequences too compared to previous entries. I hate tower defense. However, it was enjoyable seeing Gus from the Better Call Saul-verse as the main baddie where they don't even dare change his real-life appearance. The ending was unexpectedly grim for a FC game with more than just the main villain being vanquished or killed. I don't regret my time with it and I've even been playing some of the post main game content though I finally had my fill yesterday, I think. and want/need something else now. But what? That iz zee question.
No I mean that none of them are fun without mods, both 1 and 2 have mods that make them less unbearable to play, 2 had a small mod scene dedicated to making it playable instead of just being a bad tech demo.
Always wanted to play Far Cry 2 but was scared off by descriptions of having to commute/drive long distances to assignments and back again after having completed missions instead of just using a less boring way of telling your handler you completed your objective, say, by radio or something like in the later FC games; then you could go directly to your next objective. I think I also remember something about camps you've cleared that respawn new enemies too soon or something. Did they ever fix these things with mods? It's difficult to go from the more streamlined later games to something like this.
People have tried fixing it, I've seen discussion about it on here before. The least shitty of the overhaul mods is Tom's Mod.
https://www.nexusmods.com/farcry2/mods/288?tab=description
 

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I have just finished my second play through of Oblivion with mods. I spent about 240 hours on the game and it scores a 80/100 on the globally respected " BruceVC game rating system "

Mods like Maskars Overhaul and Ultimate Levelling really address all the shortfalls like level scaling and Ultimate Levelling makes advancement based on XP so its makes exploring and questing both rewarding and worthwhile

Now Im faced with that exciting question that only us gamers get to answer " what to play next " and I have many options from my long list of unplayed GOG and Steam games :salute:
https://rpgcodex.net/forums/threads/sureais-new-project-enderal-the-shards-of-order.73191/

Excellent suggestion, I have Enderal on Steam and I have only heard glowing reviews about it

But I still havent played Skyrim yet so I need to play Skyrim AE first? But I have a gaming rule where I generally never play the same type of game twice in a row. So for me Oblivion is a single character RPG which means I cant play another game like it straight away. I do this so I never get bored with one type of gaming design

Which means I need to choose a game that is any of the following

  • party based RPG like BG
  • CRPG like Ultima or Wizardry
  • Action FPS like Far Cry, Assassins Creed or similar games
  • Survival games like The Forest
  • Adventure games like Kings Quest
  • Action\Adventure games like RDR2
Such choices

If you go with Far Cry or AssCreed, I'd start with FC 3 or AssCreed 2/Brotherhood. Far Cry 3 set the template for the later entries and had the most memorable single C&C among any game I played (of course it was the only C&C moment in the game but it's one of the very rare instances, I think, where you actually enjoy totally losing a game *satisfied grin*). AssCreed Origins had some big "Wow!" moments if you can crank up the graphics if your card supports it, ie hippopotamuses or nile crocodiles rearing up out of nowhere and attacking your boat.
I have played FC2-4 and several AC games and most recently AC Odyssey. I havent played Origins or Valhalla yet

Ubisoft games are great and they do certain mechanics exceptionally well. I find their game worlds to be beautiful and historically authentic and I always enjoy the side activities like hunting, capturing bases and crafting

Odyssey was really well done with the naval combat and the options to kill creatures from Greek mythology

A lot of people dump on the later Assassin's Creed games but I enjoy them. I stopped playing Valhalla though because it felt too easy but maybe there was a way to ramp up the challenge so it was more like the others. AC2 had a brilliant system of introducing optional, much more difficult challenges during a mission where you got greater rewards or additional unlocking of story elements if you succeeded. If you weren't good enough though, you missed those rewards and sequences. I wish they'd bring that system back instead of the series becoming increasingly more popamole. Origins has a nice educational option where you can just free-roam the major places you've been in the game and learn about their history, like a kind of no-pressure virtual tour.
 

Sigourn

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I finished The Plutonia Experiment (Final Doom) a few days ago.
The super secret Go 2 It map was pretty annoying. It makes heavy abuse of Cyberdemons, which are probably the only true challenge in the entire level. You have to fight quite a few of them in cramped spaces, and taking a rocket in your face will instantly killl you.

Apart from that, monster infighting makes the map easy to deal with. But those Cyberdemons... Make one mistake, and you lose a 10 or 20 minute run.
 
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Diablo1_reborn

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Have been playing Final Fantasy XII with the SFF mod lately, and I have to say that it's still one of the most comfy games out there. The atmosphere, the music, the setting, the characters, everything fits so perfectly together. The game is also the reason why I got into Final Fantasy XIV, since the game was radiating the same comfiness that XII has.

The game's battle system is fine, and I personally don't have a problem with grinding, but I have to say though that the game becomes a MAJOR chore if you play it on normal speed, and I am not sure if I ever had the motivation to actually finish it on OG hardware (at least not in my age). Dungeons have huuuuuuge hallways, and you're just keep running, and running, and running to the next group of mobs. Even checking new dialogues in the town after every new chapter would probably take like 30 minutes. However, it's a strange feeling to play this game with x2 speed, since it kinda feels like cheating, respectively not experiencing the game as it should have been at its original state. It kinda ruins the mood, and kinda does not. Weird.

I definitely can understand why people say that it's one of the worst FF's out there, and it's kinda sad, because everything else feels so grande and spectacular. Facial animations are so smooth, and the cinematics are gorgeous. The game truly was ahead of its time in a lot of areas.

Regarding the SFF mod: It does a lot of rebalancing for a lot of items, spells, monsters, well, basically everything. It also gives you the choice to use a rebalanced Zodiac Licence board, or make the characters go a linear path, eg, characters becoming specialists. I actually don't know how the original licence board looked like (has been like 15 years since I last played FFXII), so I don't really have a comparison.

Also, have some
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Shadorwun: Hong Kong Divinity: Original Sin 2 Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire Pathfinder: Kingmaker
I've been playing a bit of Dangerous Golf with three other bros, and was a decent time waster while chatting shit. We saw that Deep Rock Galactic is on sale for €10, so we all grabbed it. Hopefully, we can get an hour of two in the weekend. We're also looking at the new turtles game. Six player co-op would be fun.

They have been trying to convince me to play Sea of Thieves, but I'm unsure. If it goes on sale for €15, I will bite the bullet.

The single player games that I am playing are The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel, and Betrayal in Antara.
The former is fun, but butt ugly. Combat is solid enough, writing is somewhat decent, and soundtrack is, as always in Falcom games, great. I haven't gotten very far, but what I have played is good on the jrpg scale. As usual for the series, I can't recommend it to people who hate lots of dialog, or long cut scenes. Play something else.

Antara is an acceptable game, but it's clunkier, slower, less interesting version of BaK. An acceptable game is still not what I am looking for. It is worse than Antara in most ways that I can think of. Lore is not great, quests are mostly boring, voice acting is lol-worthy, and exploration is less fun than in BaK. I do like the spell system, some tunes are nice, and I can't say that the chants in bars aren't charming. My biggest annoyance is probably the combat. It's very slow, and the randomness of hit chances is all over the place. I will play it to the end, but a classic, it is not.
 

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I have just finished my second play through of Oblivion with mods. I spent about 240 hours on the game and it scores a 80/100 on the globally respected " BruceVC game rating system "

Mods like Maskars Overhaul and Ultimate Levelling really address all the shortfalls like level scaling and Ultimate Levelling makes advancement based on XP so its makes exploring and questing both rewarding and worthwhile

Now Im faced with that exciting question that only us gamers get to answer " what to play next " and I have many options from my long list of unplayed GOG and Steam games :salute:

Man I love modded Oblivion. They really do fix basically all the major issues. Game is huge and fun to explore. I should try that levelling mod sometime. It's a pain to get all the mods installed every time is the problem.

I also like that it's funny and doesn't take itself to seriously like Skyrim.
 

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I’m playing Homm3. Restoration of Erathia campagin seemed a bit easy, so Im doing the blade of armageddon which seems more my speed. I have not played since I was a teenager and don’t remember how far I got then. Tons of fun.

Playing ratchet and clank on ps5. Very pretty legit next gen game with lots of fun and no woke bs. Also playing elden ring and fh5 (on series x) a bit but I think I need to finish some of this other stuff before I really get into Elden Ring.
 

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Started CrossCode but was put off by how formulaic it feels. It looks and sounds nice, but it adheres too much to tropey flow of town>dungeon>towns with boring quests. Will give it another shot.

Started Omori b/c it came to gamepass out of nowhere. It was always on my radar b/c it was often likened to Undertale and thus far it has been excellent. Thoughtful, succinct writing with excellent music, and cute animation. I also liked how the battles are presented here via highly detailed sketch drawings. Will definitely be continuing this one. I hope it holds up.
 

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