Psychomorph

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  1. Game Video Thread

  2. The YouTube Thread

  3. The YouTube Thread

  4. Tomb Raider (2018)

    Not the best choice for Lara.
  5. Escape From Tarkov

    I was sure you already had the game. That's the artificial nature of level em up RPG's, which is why I don't like those, unless they're low key and single player (like Legend of Grimrock, an RPG done right, basically oldschool RPG). Everything about EFT seems great, the slow paced hardcore realism element, but the RPG element is what turned me off the moment I learnt about it, hence I'm going to wait. Also it is too fast paced. Movement, magazine refilling, medical treatment. It feels COD like indeed.
  6. Escape From Tarkov

    @SiC-Disaster: That was pretty good. A first run, without knowing the "exploits", being nervous and just exploring and feeling one's way, because the searching and grabbing gear (restocking magazine, etc) is too fast in the game and you made it feel natural. I like how the game punishes you for getting cocky or careless by the end. The sounds are priceless in this. Especially the footsteps (like stepping on debris or a sound when turning around).
  7. Escape From Tarkov

    It's not much the details like food/water gathering that I miss, but a greater meaning to being out there in the wild. Like a mini-plot of some sorts. Something that gives sense for you to go out on those missions. Mini-quests and blatant scavenging doesn't do it for me.
  8. Wisdom Thread

  9. Escape From Tarkov

    Exactly. The title suggests a form of progression in form of battling for survival and moving through a dangerous place to leave it behind. Paired with the realism and Stalker like gritty atmosphere and co-op it sounds just exactly a game I'd want (Infiltration co-op is kind of like this, but I'd like something recent and rooted in a real world game and not a 90's fantasy sci-fi game). But so far it's just boring looting and loot management, so I lost interest in watching gameplay videos some time ago. Maybe the plan is to get it there, that's why I will wait until it's there, but I'm sceptical given how much time and resources have been spent on customization and all that fluff.
  10. Escape From Tarkov

    This was pretty good to watch.
  11. Escape From Tarkov

    This is my main issue with the game so far. Game looks great (minus some generic game design elements, which don't overshadow the good too much), but the gameplay/objective concept does not feel very "organic" at all. Like a grind looter, where it's all about snatching stuff. Hoped it would be a more traveler/survivor type of game. Keeping an eye on it and might get it some time when it's ripe.
  12. Alien: Covenant

    Didn't think it could get any worse than Prometheus. It did.
  13. Star Citizen Alpha 3.0 at Gamescom 2017

    The face track is quite nice though. A gimmick that will be abused like anything else, but still impressive technology. Perhaps I should activate youtube monetization on my channel then, just to make the impression like I fit in?
  14. Star Citizen Alpha 3.0 at Gamescom 2017

    I put 60.00 into the original KS, since then I am waiting for results. Still waiting. It looks good, but nothing is definitive. 100 started but unfinished things. The flight model and landing is still terrible and that was the first thing that the alpha was presenting years ago. I'm pessi-optimistic about it. Yet for some reason he "swims" in money. It's beyond me, must be an American thing.