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Well...I got back with my cousin and I got my PS4 back so now I am back to dual console status. I need to catch up some Sony titles. I let him borrow my PS4 since he gave me an Xbox One for free so now that I it back what games should I get? I got a lot of Christmas loot, so things are looking up. Perhaps a title I haven't heard of before. I am in the process of going through my second time on InFamous: Second Son, so I can get my easy Platinum, so I cant wait to see what you guys recommend.



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You know the deal, gotta go for Bloodborne.



BraLoD said:
You know the deal, gotta go for Bloodborne.

 

Bloodborne is NOT a game for everyone and I would not suggest he get it unless he rents it first or knows what he's getting into. It's a great game, but it's SO different from other modern games that it can be a huge turn off for alot of players. 



AlfredoTurkey said:
BraLoD said:
You know the deal, gotta go for Bloodborne.

Bloodborne is NOT a game for everyone and I would not suggest he get it unless he rents it first or knows what he's getting into. It's a great game, but it's SO different from other modern games that it can be a huge turn off for alot of players. 

Heh, if we go like this I can't recommend a single game, as none is for everyone, none.

And every game should at least be checked at some extent before being bought.



AlfredoTurkey said:
BraLoD said:
You know the deal, gotta go for Bloodborne.

 

Bloodborne is NOT a game for everyone and I would not suggest he get it unless he rents it first or knows what he's getting into. It's a great game, but it's SO different from other modern games that it can be a huge turn off for alot of players. 

 

I grew up playing DMC on hard, including the Witcher franchise. This would basically be the next step for me. Challenge accepted.



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S.T.A.G.E. said:
AlfredoTurkey said:

 

Bloodborne is NOT a game for everyone and I would not suggest he get it unless he rents it first or knows what he's getting into. It's a great game, but it's SO different from other modern games that it can be a huge turn off for alot of players. 

 

I grew up playing DMC on hard, including the Witcher franchise. This would basically be the next step for me. Challenge accepted.

lol.. I wasn't talking about difficulty. I was talking about design. It's not DMC at all... 





Some of the games I got this year I really liked:

Bloodborne, Until Dawn, Driveclub.

It caught a lot of flack - but I also enjoyed The Order 1886. Maybe not worth the full $60 price - but I think it's on sale now for $20.

Some really great indies were Rocket League, Everybody's Gone To The Rapture , Vanishing Of Ethan Carter.

Also - if you didn't play them last gen - the remastered Last Of Us, God Of War 3 and Uncharted Collection were all superb.



AlfredoTurkey said:
S.T.A.G.E. said:

 

I grew up playing DMC on hard, including the Witcher franchise. This would basically be the next step for me. Challenge accepted.

lol.. I wasn't talking about difficulty. I was talking about design. It's not DMC at all... 



I heard from a friend that its the easiest of the souls games. its a good one to get people into the Dark Souls and Demon Souls franchises because its faster paced.





S.T.A.G.E. said:
AlfredoTurkey said:

lol.. I wasn't talking about difficulty. I was talking about design. It's not DMC at all... 



I heard from a friend that its the easiest of the souls games. its a good one to get people into the Dark Souls and Demon Souls franchises because its faster paced.



Well, if you're familiar with games like it, then you'll love it. I was just worried that you might not know what you're getting into and hate the game. I know a few people who had that experience and I didn't want to see it happen again.





S.T.A.G.E. said:
AlfredoTurkey said:

lol.. I wasn't talking about difficulty. I was talking about design. It's not DMC at all... 

I heard from a friend that its the easiest of the souls games. its a good one to get people into the Dark Souls and Demon Souls franchises because its faster paced.

Looking at it I feel exactly the same.

You are faster and not so vulnerable as you would need to be on Souls to be even half this fast.
You have a gun that can stun enemies.
Those to combined provide a way better evasive, attack pace and also running away (even to use healing items).
Plus you can change the range of your weapon with a click and if you still get a hit you can react and get some life back.

Demon's Souls planting you on the ground still seems the hardest of them all.