I voted for the remake for Shadow of the Colossus. Maybe remakes aren't eligible in which case never mind I guess, but I could only find the original version in the search box and not the 2018 release.
Also just finished it. It was a pretty dour game for almost all of it with few moments to pause and recover but having finished I enjoyed the experience. I missed a single rune which is kind of annoying but I usually don't get too caught up in collectibles so it doesn't really matter. But anyways I like when a game is mature about its subject and most of the game worked for me (except Valravns puzzles which was boring at parts) and I hope people and the industry sees this and show them that new experimental stuff can work great too
I'm going to San Fransisco-Vegas-Los Angeles over christmas and new years and I have never been in USA before. Does anyone have any tips on restaurants, places to visit, anything in these cities or nearby?
If you have any special place you like I wanna hear about it!
I only have games in the Interested in category, which I guess is a mix of excited and worried in different measures.
Mass Effect: Andromeda because I love space exploration and although it will for sure not be as open as No Man's Sky for example it will most likely be filled with more interesting stuff, (though Bioware might not be in as good a form anymore).
Detroit: That robot game. Those graphics looked goooood, and although Cage's games has had kinda boring storytelling, maneuvering hostage situations as a robot negotiator looked exciting and unpredictable.
Zelda. I don't have a Wii U but I'm excited from a distance.
We Happy Few. That looked a game developed for a mature audience and I'm all for games that push things in that direction.
That ballerina game. I liked the style of it.
Abzu. Same as above.
Death Stranding. Yes Kojima, keep doing you.
The Last Guardian.
Inside. Not sure what it is yet, but I am Interested.
And I hope I can make my own controller someday like you Xbox guys and gals can.