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What are you playing at the moment

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Re: What are you playing at the moment

PostMon Apr 23, 2018 1:49 pm

I've been playing the new God of War sequel the last couple of days. The game is fantastic. My only gripe with it is that it's not available on PC lol. Other than that, I really can't name any glaring flaws. The sound and music are absolutely stunning too.
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Re: What are you playing at the moment

PostFri Dec 07, 2018 10:41 am

Subnautica in VR with Oculus Rift is absolutely marvelous. Though it has some flaws still, (heavy pop-ups, sometimes graphics slightly stuttering when moving despite running an i7 and a 1080ti) I can clearly say his is the most impressing thing I ever came across in terms of a "video game". The atmosphere is simply breathtaking, it ranges from the chilly atmosphere of the coral-reef and algae-tree section to the suspense and horror of the deep sea strange environments with all the weird and dangerous creatures and caves.

The cool thing is, despite this is a sandbox game like Minecraft or No Mans Sky, where you have complete freedom of exploring and creating, it also has a pretty decent story line with an actual ending.

On top not to forget the superb soundtrack (and the whole audio design btw), just noticed that its available on amazon as a download:







Very "Carbon Based Lifeforms" or "Global Communication" style.
Another game where a FSOL-soundtrack would have fitted like nothing :)
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Re: What are you playing at the moment

PostFri Dec 07, 2018 11:38 am

Dennis wrote:Another game where a FSOL-soundtrack would have fitted like nothing :)


I totally understand what you're saying because we also use this term in the Balkans region,
but I doubt English speakers get this reference :) [guys, do you?]
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Re: What are you playing at the moment

PostFri Dec 07, 2018 12:54 pm

What term do you mean? "like nothing"?

In the sense of "like nothing else", I'm pretty sure that's understandable for native english speakers, hm?
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