Despite my frustrations involving the clusterfucks that are the movies at the moment, I picked up Fallen Order and I'm having a surprising amount of fun with it so far.
Oohh, first time I've head of this game. judging by the footage it reminds me of some of my childhood favorites, like Imperium Galactica or Master of Orion.I'm currently playing Endless Space 2. It's not just good, it's for most part a work of beauty. It scratches all the 4X autism itches (maybe the combat could have been more fleshed out), the visuals are, just like it is the case with Endless Legend, pure eye candy, the lore is very interesting and enough to get you invested, and the soundtrack is such a blessing for both the ears and the soul. I'm currently maining as the Vaulters as I grew quite fond of them back in Endless Legend. While a close second is the
Imperium of ManUnited Empire, every single faction is quirky, interesting and likable on their own. And personally I think that every single faction intro is hype as fuck.
People often rag on TLOU for being an "interactive movie" but I always thought they were exaggerating a little too much. The Left Behind DLC, however, really could be called an interactive movie, especially the parts when you're with Ellie's gf. At some points I felt like I was playing a Telltale game.Just finished The Last Of Us dlc/add-on Left Behind and I think it's a rippoff unless you're a die hard fan and absolutely want to see every possible thing. Half of it is a flashback with non-action gameplay different from the main game and it's spliced together with a period of time in the story that was skipped over but doesn't really add anything to the game or story. I guesstimate it's only 1-3 hours of gameplay depending on your play style and chosen difficulty level.
Luckily a friend of mine bought it for me as a gift so I don't feel ripped off but I would have it I had paid the $10. I'm surprised it used to cost $15. IMO it's barely worth $5.
Thought I would warn others in case there are any late players of the TLOU.
I'm playing Ultimate General Civil War. I really like the 2D/3D graphics the developers were going with. You get that old school Total War vibe like Shogun/Medieval 1, with the 3D landscape, buildings and the 2D soldier sprites combined with the landscape looking like something out of a painting, oh and it's really hard too.