Who here likes video games? Anyone?


#964

I love Grand Theft Auto games , as well as Red Dead Redemption :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

I love Zelda and Mario.

My favorite game of all time is Earthbound for the SNES.


#965

I played some of the other games in that series, but not that one. I’m planning to get the remake for Bowser’s Inside Story.


#966

I’ve been meaning to try the Mario & Luigi series out but haven’t got around to it yet. I should do that someday, especially since Nintendo evidently has no intention of ever doing Paper Mario right ever again :expressionless: and this seems like the next best thing.


#967

I’ve been trying to pick Destiny 2 back up as my brother plays it. Very Halo-paced for those who cut their teeth on that shooter like I did.


#968

The Paper Mario series is one of my favorites and even though I haven’t played one of the originals I have wanted too. I kind of like SS, even though the plot wasn’t that creative.


#969

I just picked Up inside story recently, since I never got around to playing it. I got about 45 hours logged on Dream Team, it’s a lot longer than I expected. The only other one I played was partners in time and I don’t remember it taking this long. I’d like to pick up the super star saga remake too.


#970

I got maybe 28 hours on my version of Dream Team, but I did the easy version. I got the Super Star Saga remake and it was pretty good.


#971

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#972

You know, I’m sort of surprised that, outside of mostly-awful movie tie-ins, the major comic book superheroes aren’t bigger in video games. The fan bases overlap considerably, and Batman: Arkham Asylum showed us ten years ago that there was a lot of desire for good superhero games. They just needed to have more effort put into them than movie-licensed ones typically get.

With that said, my favorite superhero game, comic-book-based or otherwise, is still Saints Row IV. I was already a huge fan of the series’ gameplay, structure, and writing beforehand, and the addition of superpowers and opportunities it opened up made it one of my favorite games of all time.


#973

You should play the original N64 Paper Mario. I believe it is on the eShop, at least it was for the Wii. That one was a gift from the Easter bunny when I was ten :rabbit2:

Pokemon Ultra Sun came in the mail the other day. I like that everything is in 3D now, and that the attack animations are actually somewhat real looking. I am still used to static images that flash when they receive damage and then just drop down off the screen when they faint lol :grin:


#974

I got Alpha Sapphire some time ago, the animation was great, but the soundtrack was a bit bland. They used the same theme for three cities so that might be why. I have been planning on getting Paper Mario on the eshop, but I am waiting until I get a new console.


#975

I started playing Shadow of the Tomb Raider last night. So far, I’m really liking it.


#976

#977

I love Nintendo, played a bunch of Mario games, haven’t been into Zelda. New Super Smash Bros will be out in December!


#978

Animal Crossing is the Best Thing in the History of EVER! :nerd_face:


#979

Finally my wife will have a reason to play the Switch. She’s not too interested in Zelda, Mario, or Splatoon. But she does like Animal Crossing


#980

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Good Times :blush:


#981

That was the announcement I had been waiting for since the Switch launched. It’s about time :sunglasses:


#982

Wow Player here. I have tried other games but never for long. FFVII, Neverwinter Nights, Dungeons and Dragons Online, ESO, Rift, STar Trek, SWTOR, Tera, A of C, Age of Wushu, LOTRO, Wild Star, Fire Fall, Defiance, The Secret World, Diablo, etc obviously an MMORPG player. Used to play every evening for hours but now am more moderate. Recently my friend and I joined a DnD board game group at the local board game venue. We meet once a week.


#983

Started the new Spider-Man game AMD thoroughly enjoying it.


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