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  1. I played XC2 first and don't regret it and was never lost or anything. FWIW
  2. I've only played one of these games extensively, but I can give the general thought people felt about each game. State of Decay 2 was the game I played. I played it co-op and really enjoyed it. I'm not sure how fun it is solo, but it's a solid game. Nothing that'll blow your socks off, but if you enjoy survival games, you'll probably find something to enjoy there. Dishonored 2 and Metro are both pretty well liked to my knowledge. Solid single player adventures. Neir, I've heard you really need to beat the game like at least 3 times to get why people hold it in such high regard.
  3. At the deepest level, football is probably the most complex. There are so many different positions that all have their intricacies yet also have to work together. At the base level, as a spectator sport, I think baseball is the hardest to enjoy quickly (if you want to describe this as complex). Basketball/Soccer > Football > Baseball. This is primarily because the first three sports is about bring the ball to a certain place. Football is a little more complicated because of the downs system, but all three require putting the ball in a certain area. Baseball is practically the opposite where the ball is basically used to STOP scoring. Explaining a batter needs to reach home plate after rounding bases is easy. But how a batter advances between bases requires so much knowledge of the rules.
  4. I love the Ni No Kuni series. I had a weird reaction to the first game though. It was like, I played the game straight for two weeks to beat it, but it didn't have that impact that other favorite games I finish had. I sort of felt meh, about completing it, but I loved it. The music is SOOOO good. The second is not as good, but still good. It's problem might be more that the gameplay changed quite a bit rather than expanding what they had, so it's almost like a spiritual successor rather than a sequel (the story isn't connected either).
  5. So, someone convince me to beat Tales of Symphonia. I personally loved Tales of Berseria and Zesteria, so I thought I'd try to beat the most popular game in the franchise, but I just can't... I've started the game multiple times and finally got my furthest (just beat the second seal). It's fine, but it just feels like a simple version of the newer games. Also, I don't really find the story all that interesting. If anyone is a fan, am I missing something? I just can't stand running only in a straight line and I don't think the combat has really evolved enough to keep me interested.
  6. It's Monster Hunter LIte if people know that title. I really liked when I played this game. It made me really interested in MH lol.
  7. Do you have Xbox Gamepass? (I'm not super knowledgeable on Gamepass, I just know I have it for PC and love it).
  8. If someone recognizes Mystic Heroes on the Gamecube (and potentially other consoles), we need to talk.
  9. I changed my fantasy team to just be all Vikings players minus Cook/Rudolph/Thielen/Diggs and they are actually doing decent because of this game LOL
  10. I feel like the idea is that we will eventually just call it "Xbox" the same way we say "PC". The names will just be for when people are curious about the specifics. EDIT: But I didn't watch anything of it or anything lol, I just see the name and it makes me think of things like graphics cards lol
  11. I've been playing Dungeons 3, I don't know why I find that game so much fun lol
  12. It's a little hard to explain. It's basically just my name using a korean keyboard. Very true, but also just a coincidence haha.
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