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#1 Posted by Coafi (1494 posts) -

I have never played Day of the Tentacle so, I'm very much looking forward to this.

#2 Edited by Coafi (1494 posts) -

Here's the thing, it's fine if they want to port it to the PS4, but don't make an announcement like this with the president of the company announcing a port of a game that a lot of people have already played. The crowd cheered thinking they were getting something new, not a damn port. I think there were other ways to announce this, but not like this.

#3 Posted by Coafi (1494 posts) -

@coafi said:

I can't believe SquareEnix did that, everyone got excited for nothing. Why give them time on stage for that?

Forget the stage time. Why did the president of Square Enix fly from Japan to Las Vegas to make such a lackluster announcement?

Exactly, it made no sense. I'm still scratching my head, what the hell?! This was completely unnecessary, I can't tell if they are serious or maybe they are really playing with us, or... or... they are oblivious as to what the fans really want.

#4 Posted by Coafi (1494 posts) -

Here are some of my scattered thoughts;

I did liked a lot of what they showed, I am not the biggest Uncharted fan but I could see myself playing U4. EA giving out free games is always nice and certainly unexpected from them. Until Dawn has had my attention for quite some time now, and I really liked what I saw today. Grim Fandango is not exactly what I expected when they said they were remastering it, I expected something similar to what happened with Monkey Island. I will get both Day of the Tentacle and Grim Fandango because I missed out on those when they came out.

Yakuza 5 might be interesting but I still haven't finished Yakuza 4. Bloodborne gameplay looked great. No Man's Sky still fails to impress me, I just would like to know more about it's about, I feel like I know nothing about it. Jaffe's game looks like it's stuck in the 90's, not my style at all, it just felt like a very underwhelming way to end the conference.

#5 Posted by Coafi (1494 posts) -

I can't believe SquareEnix did that, everyone got excited for nothing. Why give them time on stage for that?

#6 Posted by Coafi (1494 posts) -

I also recommend Trick R' Treat, it's such a good movie.

#7 Posted by Coafi (1494 posts) -

I'm really sorry for your loss, Jeff. Take your time, man... losing a loved one is tough. I'm sending lots of internet love and hugs to ya <3

#8 Edited by Coafi (1494 posts) -

Man, I already have most of those except for Luftrausers and Gunpoint. I want those sooo bad. If any of you duders want to toss a key my way, I'm here! :)

#9 Edited by Coafi (1494 posts) -

I recommend:

  • Heavy Rain (sort of mystery; a lot QTE)
  • L.A. Noire

There's also a lot wacky adventure games that also fall into the mystery category such as, The 7th Guest and Phantasmagoria both on PC.

But, if you're into more horror than mystery, I recommend:

  • Siren
  • Silent Hill 2
#10 Posted by Coafi (1494 posts) -

This may be a dumb question, but how do we know that this is the protagonist? Was this said anywhere?