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Welcome to Overwatch, where the lore is made up and the plot doesn't matter.

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I'm hyped as hell. Ready to go in and pick up my Collector's Edition on friday. I loved the aesthetic of DH1 and Karnaca looks beautiful.

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Buy and pay off a house so I didn't have to worry about being homeless. I'm boring.

Honestly, I'd buy a comic book shop.

This too.

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#4  Edited By _Zombie_

I don't think it's a bad idea, just not one I'll probably bother with at all. I can take or leave 4K so it's not really worth dropping $300-$400 every year/every other year just to keep up unless the games quickly outpace the capability of the base console. As long as games stay playable on the base console, I'd rather just wait out the console generation.

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If it gets to the point where I find myself barely paying attention to the game, it's lost me. A lot of open world games for me turn into "beat main storyline > endless grind" because the rest of the game is mostly filler content to justify having a big map. Witcher 3 did it best for me, because a majority of the little side activities and contracts and stuff were fairly engaging and mixed it up a bit. I didn't go start something and kind of check out immediately because I'd already done the same thing 5 times that day. Tiny details make up a big thing for me, too. For all the repetition of GTA V/Online, it's neat to drive by and see NPCs actually doing stuff and having conversations. It seems kind of unimportant in the grander scheme, but tiny little details done right helps me immerse myself in an open world a little easier. The more detail with everything the better, really. Assuming it suits the game.

Also seconding LawGamer on L.A. Noire. One of Rockstar's best game worlds for the sheer level of detail they put into recreating L.A.

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It sucks, but it felt kinda inevitable. The F2P shift just didn't seem to garner enough interest to shake them free of the stink from the DLC fiasco. Shame though, it's a fun game with a neat aesthetic.

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Optional, for the gamers that don't want them. My ass gets lost too often to not use quest markers.

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Image, but any non-DC/Marvel publisher is usually better. The big two are just getting really lazy (Marvel's worse, imo) and keep fucking the pooch on diversity. Honestly, at this point the only big two books I buy are The Hellblazer and the Star Wars stuff.

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Hotel Transylvania 2. 3/10. Don't give me that look, I was coerced into watching it.

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I watched some of it. Liked it well enough. Not enough to buy it, especially since bullet-hell(ish) gameplay's never interested me. It's got a fairly clever story and the emphasis to avoid violence was neat.

The music is fantastic though.