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Just got a new PC and reinstalled Witcher 3. Gonna see how it looks with all the mods and eyecandy enabled on 4k. Been quite a few years since I've played anything, so need to see whats out there!
Now I want to open Witcher 3 again... I never got around to modding it - vanilla looked good enough for me, not sure what impact it'll have on my 970 either, though I'm sure the 970 was top tier in the Witcher days
 
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Now I want to open Witcher 3 again... I never got around to modding it - vanilla looked good enough for me, not sure what impact it'll have on my 970 either, though I'm sure the 970 was top tier in the Witcher days
I didnt have any mods when I originally played either.

I havent gamed in a number of years, so cant even remember what happens in the game too.. Makes it a lot more fun! Although I do remember playing it with the Nvidia 3D glasses that worked on the BenQ I had at the time.
 
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I didnt have any mods when I originally played either.

I havent gamed in a number of years, so cant even remember what happens in the game too.. Makes it a lot more fun! Although I do remember playing it with the Nvidia 3D glasses that worked on the BenQ I had at the time.
I never got very far in the story because I spent so long just riding around the world appreciating... everything! It's such a beautiful world
 
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I never got very far in the story because I spent so long just riding around the world appreciating... everything! It's such a beautiful world

I vaguely remember getting to a point where I had to choose between which side piece to choose, to continue the story.. I don't think I could decide at the time and don't remember playing again :cry:
 
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Currently playing battlefield 2042. Will be getting a steam voucher for Xmas. Will be looking at getting cyber punk now it’s come down in price and a few others.
 
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Finally given up on WoW and uninstalled it as I was only really playing it to make enough gold for tokens to play to make more tokens ... so pointless to carry on. As I haven't played LoTRO for a while and that was my go-to MMO before I started playing WoW, I'm back playing that and levelling my original hunter.

Also bought Shadow Tactics - Blades of the Shogun: Aiko's Choice the other day so am playing that too.
 
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Trying to stick to one game at a time at the moment, I usually flit between so many games that I never get to the juicy bits lol. Just recently put 120hours into Satisfactory over the past weeks, now moved onto more X4 Foundations.
 
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Pausing Guardians of the Galaxy for Halo Infinite. £1 on game pass... can't say no. I'm pretty terrible at it which I think is due to me using a controller, but it's just so damn comfortable!
 
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Halo Infinite campaign.

It is...Halo. Better gunplay than in previous games, but it is still just a solid 7/10 game as always. Nothing GOTY worthy.

And It Takes Two.

Incredibly creative game. Must play really. But also not my GOTY (that would be Forgotten City and Guardians of Galaxy).
 
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After finishing Solasta, I continued trying to make the most of my free Gamepass membership by downloading both Nier Automata and Yazkuza Like a Dragon.

Nier I was quite enjoying for 90 minutes or so, but then I started to find the trekking through the same empty environments for 15 minutes each way, moderately disturbed only by the same respawning enemies, just too off-putting. The combat is not entirely to my liking either, though I guess there's nothing particularly wrong with it. The minimap I find incredibly annoying too, leading to me going the wrong way frequently. Anyway, I was liking the story but not the gameplay very much, and there was one point I needed to schlup all the way back across the city and then across that huge empty desert and then across the next zone... and I just couldn't face it, so I decided to load up Yakuza: LAD to give that a whirl instead.

The next day disappeared somehow in nine solid hours of romping around a beautifully rendered Yokohama interspersed with some cool combat (though I think this might get repetitive over the game's whole playtime to be fair) and pleasingly bizarre sidestories. Loving it at the moment.
 
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Nearing completion of my Steam library. Realised that I had Rise of The Tomb Raider still un-played. Started last night and really enjoyed it.
 
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