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Has anyone played flashback very nice platformer that I would recommend
Played it when it was new. Very similar to Out of This World in most respects.Has anyone played flashback very nice platformer that I would recommend
They're pretty good. Ashes of Malmouth is the "ok, no more fucking around" expansion and you'll see Elite and Ultimate start to get really challenging. Forgotten Gods is pretty good, it wraps up a couple plotlines that have been in the game since Grim Dawn launched and adds a ton of neat stuff. There have been a number of non-DLC content additions over time (generally secret superbosses, a "roguelike" dungeon or two and some other goodies). My only gripe with Forgotten Gods is it can feel short if you just go through the plot, but there are a number of other things to do off the beaten path... and then there's Shattered Realm which is apparently even harder than Crucible.I assume by the pic and the pfp you play a lot of Grim Dawn. I bought the game a while ago and it was pretty fun. Do you recommend the dlcs?
It is a surprising game and anyone deciding to play it don't think that the game is like the opening level. Play until you come to the city, the game opens up then. Really opens up. Wou travel back and forth on the subway, take on jobs to raise money and it's really fun, that part is like a teeny-tiny 2D open world game from 1993.What a great game. I remember the first time playing it back in the days
It belongs there with the games that were ahead of their time
I played up until the big twist and it was OK (Much better than that fucking tedious shitfest 4).
FF6 is basically toddlers running around. I played it and beat it, and i hated every single moment of that game. But FF6 fans overall US audience have bad taste in good games.Honestly no, I like Sonic (maybe too much) and FF6 is my favourite FF game.
Ok look here is the differencePretty hypocritical to say as a Sonic fan since that's almost exactly what Sonic actually is.