What happened to inventive and immersive fantasy or RPG games....It's like the genre's dead. I wish someone would create a really well written fighting game that doesn't ride on the coat tails of already established franchises. Or do some historical ones w/ an alternate bent. Something folkloric, maybe a little dark, but without the same shitty zombie, monster, mutant gag. Even something upbeat and uptempo, but with a dark deceptive underlying theme. Your so distracted by the vivid colors and layered world that you forget you're in danger. Hell, I'll even settle for a progtagnist that visits alternate realms and realities. She/He try to maintain a stable life, but their otherworldly trips start to bleed through.
I use to love video games, but I can't help feeling things are getting stale.
Videogames are way more impressive and immersive than anything Hollywood with their liberal ideology forcing political correctness bullshit down our thoughts. Keep producing bad ass games, movies are a thing of the past.
Great artwork, but really everything is war, suffering, death, pain, sadness and devastation. Im pretty disapointed about the lack of creativity when it comes to a games topic. Thats a terrible future that our kids got rubbed in, with that grade of cruelity :(
I’m so mad at Bethesda for making Fallout 76 a purely multiplayer game. Like, some people want to play the game alone with no one destroying their civilizations! And they’re adding such cool new creatures too 🙄
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