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User Info: XianMei

XianMei
3 weeks ago#11
Boge posted...
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Boge posted...
It won't change other than minor graphical improvements. People don't like to embrace new things.


The Witcher series says hi.

So do new genres like MOBAs.


I wasn't impressed.


That's kinda besides the point.

That said, if The Witcher 3 of all games doesn't impress, what single player rpg in the last few years has impressed you?
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User Info: AtmosOmega

AtmosOmega
3 weeks ago#12
Same place it's been for the past 10 years: Coasting by on easy profits from MMOs and MOBAs, with the (very) rare PC centric game breaking the mold; one that isn't just a port from a cheaper, weaker system. (mobile, console)
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Boge
3 weeks ago#13
XianMei posted...
That said, if The Witcher 3 of all games doesn't impress, what single player rpg in the last few years has impressed you?


None. I've been gaming over 35 years. It takes something really really amazing, new, and different to impress me.

As for single player RPGs, what has even been released in the past few years that is worth talking about?
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arleas
3 weeks ago#14
Games in the future will probably be more AR/VR/MR stuff with lots of new peripherals made to enhance the experience. I imagine they'll have the vestibular galvanic response thing figured out to the point where you can be lying down and feel like you're standing up and walking or riding a roller-coaster or whatever.
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XianMei
3 weeks ago#15
Boge posted...
XianMei posted...
That said, if The Witcher 3 of all games doesn't impress, what single player rpg in the last few years has impressed you?


None. I've been gaming over 35 years. It takes something really really amazing, new, and different to impress me.

As for single player RPGs, what has even been released in the past few years that is worth talking about?


I've been gaming for almost 20 years, and in that time I've come to conclusion that originality is just forgetting where you stole your ideas from. It's all about how you execute your ideas.

And I think there's been quite a few great single player rpgs in the past few years that are worthy of a lot of discussion, whether you like the game or not.

Fallout 4, Undertale, Nioh, Nier, Horizon Zero Dawn, Pillars of Eternity, Tyranny, the South Park games, The Dark Souls games, I am Setsuna, Torment: Tides of Numenera, the Divinity OS games, The Shadowrun Returns games, Dragon's Dogma, Final Fantasy 15, Darkest Dungeon, Bloodborne, Bastion, Xenoblade Chronicles X, Wasteland 2, Final Fantasy Record Keeper, Victor Vran, Citizens of Earth, and of course The Witcher 3.

Again, I don't like all of these games, but there's a lot worth talking about with these games. They all do some pretty damn interesting stuff.
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I_suk_at_golf
3 weeks ago#16
Graphics probably won't be a lot more impressive. Just higher resolutions and more VR. I mean, Crysis is 10 years old and 2017 graphics aren't that much better.

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captsplatter_1
3 weeks ago#17
Accell World hopefully.
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captsplatter_1
3 weeks ago#18
I_suk_at_golf posted...
Graphics probably won't be a lot more impressive. Just higher resolutions and more VR. I mean, Crysis is 10 years old and 2017 graphics aren't that much better.

It takes more and more power to see improvement. Its there, but the specs needed to run it is too much.
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revolver
3 weeks ago#19
Somato posted...
we'll still be in the same spot. Hunched over our PC alone in our rooms

Lmfao

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jjyiz28
3 weeks ago#20
same s*** as now. consoles users will say the eye can't see more than 60 fps so whats the point while gaming on their s***box 4k 60 fps tv.

pc standard will be at least 8k 120fps. consoles prices will end up costing around $800 USD. PC prices will remain pretty much as they are now.

the same doom and gloom every year about pc game is dead. and every year the same old song and dance about how microsoft will up their ante for reals this time for pc gaming... with gaming for windows version Xtreme or some other nonsense.
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