- Jul 2, 2020
- Reaction score
not sure if this counts, but I'm using an App called Replika that I'm treating as a sort of SI virtual novel. It's...interesting?
Don't forget how the protagonists launch a terror attack on South Korea which leaves the entirely of Seoul in total darkness because they blew the power-distribution base up or something. Because they needed a diversion to enter their hated foe's HQ.I finally just uninstalled Watch_Dogs 2
Its the wokest game I've ever played by far. That fact is made even sadder by the fact that I loved the first Watch_Dogs.
The second one is just... not enjoyable. I bought the Gold Edition (thankfully on sale for $25), and eventually I just realized I was playing it despite the fact that I never really derived any enjoyment from it. The characters were all just woke stereotypes, the story was really bad (the entire game lacked self awareness), my favorite character by far was the main villain...
Just... meh. Eventually I'll go replay the first (and IMHO much better) Watch_Dogs.
Also, an IRL friend and I are considering jumping into Valheim.
Currently on a Fallout: New Vegas kick (owing to the fact that a D&D campaign I participate in is set in an alternate reality Earth and it’s taking place in a post-apocalyptic Las Vegas as well...although the apocalypse didn’t completely wreck the world as in Fallout.
Plus the mods like Project: Nevada give a feeling of the full extent of adding things they wanted so it’s more of a challenge. And a few new places to explore as well.
Project Nevada and the Fallout Overhaul Kit (FOOK), a revamped New Vegas Strip, and More Perks are the main ones (there is a FOOK-PN convergence mod to remove conflicts between the two). Also a "continue along after the end quest" mod that I haven't actually tried yet.Having played in excess of 1500 hours (at a guess) of NV I only play now with mods, there are some classic ones I use at the beginning of every map, I haven't yet played Nevada but I have reinstalled NV recently so may do so. What other mods do you usually use?