Mutley's forum posts

#1 Posted by Mutley (305 posts) -

@geraltitude: I am aware of that thread but I feel that this thread is asking a different question. Not as much killing off entirely, just what genre you are a bit tired off at the moment. For example, I wouldn't think about killing off open world games entirely as it can be amazing and super impressive most of the time but I'm just a bit tiresome of the genre at the moment just by the vast amount that is available right now and the amount of content so overwhelmingly present.

#2 Posted by Mutley (305 posts) -

Have you guys recently been burned out or you're tired from a genre of a game that's becoming too often lately?

For me, I can't believe I'm saying this but I've recently had a massive reluctance to play open-world games these days. I'm sure it's currently a phase and I'll be enjoying open world games again soon but every time I'm playing one (most recently Far Cry 4), seeing all the markers on a map popping up and the content spread around really puts me off and I've had a craving of just playing something linear and straight forward. Resident Evil 4 has been satisfying this craving more immensely these past couple of days.

What about you guys?

#3 Posted by Mutley (305 posts) -

Sports without question but for an interesting answer:

No fuck it, can't think of any other genre that I can possibly kill off. Sports game it is. The day my friends stop asking me to play FIFA and play something that I find more fun competitively (e.g sportfriends) I will be incredibly happy.

#4 Posted by Mutley (305 posts) -

Unbelievably, I'm playing the shit out of GTA V remastered right now. I've played it before last gen and just got this copy with my PS4 last month. I had no intention of playing it as I was in the mindset of "Yeah, it's looks nicer and stuff, whatever." But I put it in this month just to check it out for a bit, and I'm already half-way through the game. I knew it would look nicer in this remaster, but holy shit, it looks fucking phenomenal. It runs so flawlessly and the characters, the setting, the landscape and just everything in that world just looks jaw-dropping. I'm enjoying my time with it a lot more than when I played it last-gen for some reason.

#5 Posted by Mutley (305 posts) -

Sony E3 2014 reveal. BELIEVE THE HYPE.

#6 Posted by Mutley (305 posts) -

The Normandy has a special place in my heart.

#7 Posted by Mutley (305 posts) -

So here's how this is going to work. I'm going to give a clue or two about who the last main character I played as, when you guess correctly, you must continue the chain and give a clue of who the last main character you played as. I'll start.

This guy has a book on his family history and in his latest exploits, doesn't give a fuck about time paradox's.

#8 Posted by Mutley (305 posts) -

What games are you guys playing this holiday season that gives you that "comfy" feeling?

I've been playing kingdom hearts 1 and for some reason it's been giving me that comfy feeling. I was given the suggestion of playing assassin's creed IV to give me that comfort feeling as according to him, sailing the ocean in the sunny weather is extremely comforting while the cold rages on outside.

What about you guys?

#9 Edited by Mutley (305 posts) -

@optix12 said:

I am in 0 trouble, animal crossing guy would probably attack me with a gift of clothing, or be too distracted by the wildlife around to notice me.

I dunno man....

Those eyes....

#10 Posted by Mutley (305 posts) -

Now hunting you down.

How screwed are you? Will you try all your might to defend yourself or is it too futile, and being on the run for the rest of your life the better option?

For me, the last game I played was Shadow Of The Colossus. I'm not that hairy compared to a colossi, so I shouldn't have problem of the main character trying to climb all over me. I think I could take him.

What about you guys?