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Frontline was WW2, and predated COD by a year. It opens with the Omaha beach landing, with chaos going on everywhere.
They have both had a game subtitled Vanguard, but MOH got there first in 2007, compared to COD that used it in 2021.
I am pretty sure I played Frontline the hectic start to the game sounds familiar, I regret giving away my PS1 and 2. The oldest console I have now is a Xbox 360 (I am surprised I still have that). I have a habit of discarding consoles when I upgrade.
Just got a couple more games DIRT 5 and Conan Exiles, these new games should keep me busy whilst on leave.
Conan Exiles is fun when you get the hang of it, especially when you get to building your own base.
Sniper Elite 5 has had its first DLC released. I hope the Mosin Nagant will be added at some point. That has been my go-to rifle in past games, but this time around, I have been using the M1903 Springfield. What it lacks in other areas (being bolt action, it has a slower rate of fire), it makes up for in the best in range. I also have finally dipped my toe into its multiplayer modes. Invasion is really intense.
Just bought this, the scout mode is surreal whilst gaming the detail is impressive. What sound devices do people use?
Now i have my pc connected to a mini hi-fi.
The Sound blaster I bought was a good upgrade on my internal sound, I bought some new headphones also which are classed as premium level.
I just downloaded Battlefield V the game really utilizes the Super XFI technology well, whilst hiding in the bushes its pretty eerie hearing the footsteps of incoming enemy soldiers, it really does feel like they are walking around you.
Edited: just found GOG GALAXY 2.0 apparently it links all gaming accounts, anyone used it?
On my first playthrough I got 100% of the Xbox achievements for the game, and got all endings as well. I was going to keep my save file just like that in anticipation of DLC, but it seems like it's going to be awhile until we get that, so I started a New Game Plus. My plan when I started was just to race through to the end without getting everything I did in the first playthrough, but ended up getting all the endings again anyways. I'm now saved right before the final boss on this second playthrough.
It really is a brilliant game. The lore is so ambiguous and so dark / weird, it's extremely intriguing. There are a few major characters that are explored very little in the game which make it seem like they'd be great to explore in DLC eventually.
Just got an Xbox Series X (a little late, lol), and the game looks and runs noticeably better, despite my not having a 4K display. It's fun just to wander around and take in the environment in this game.
I registered to GOG GALAXY 2.0 and linked my Steam account so all my games show now on the GOG GALAXY 2.0 library, its allows Xbox library to link also so will do that shortly. GOG GALAXY 2.0 apparently is owned by the makers of The Witcher game series so has a good reputation. GOG GALAXY 2.0 also has an extensive game store of its own similar to Steam.
I have a lot of games from different launchers so GOG GALAXY 2.0 will be very handy for me.
I currently have PC Game Pass on my PC I have downloaded quite a few games, most recent being Battlefield V which is good so far. Even though I only have the PC Game Pass it has allowed some Xbox Game Pass games to be downloaded onto my Xbox One X, it let me download Halo Infinite onto my Xbox which is cool. There was a deal three months access for a few pounds, I cant remember exactly how much.
Malenia was somehow the hardest fight for me but I managed her solo after about 30-40 tries. I needed help on the final boss, was so close to the end and had to resort to inviting two other people to help me. I don't think I ever would've managed that one solo; it's really not a good fight at all, annoyingly endless arena where I have to sprint forever. I didn't care for it all that much.
I was also pleased that in my first playthrough, Alecto was the final enemy I had to fight for 100% completion and it took me ages and ages, and I one-tried her in NG+. Very satisfying.
One-tried Fire Giant in this run as well, which was a massive surprise and I thought would be a bottleneck for sure.
The Bioshock Collection was going cheap in the sale on Xbox so bought it (The games are remastered), I only ever played the first game though abandoned it when I took a hiatus from gaming years ago.
I am also on a mission to find a game called Pure, its a racing game I loved back in the day, I have been trying to remember the name of the game for weeks and finally remembered last night, hoping its still available.
Edited: Pure appears to be delisted due to licensing, going to have to try and get it on disk, thankfully I kept my Xbox360 console.
Played it for my YouTube playthrough (my 30th part).
@Fire_and_Ice_Returns As someone who is in love with the Art Deco style movement, I loved the look of Bioshock 1. I never finished it though. I do plan on restarting it for my channel however... at some point.
Playing Bioshock 1 now the remaster is great, it is a visually stunning game and really creepy atmosphere.
All my saves were on an old Xbox360 profile so started the game from the scratch, I love the opening scene as it tracks through the submerged city.
Also, while not the "last I played," it seems someone's leaked a TON of screenshots and video clips from GTA VI, which is really exciting. The Vice City setting is confirmed, some past leaks are confirmed as a result, and it looks fantastic overall.
Resumed playing this on PC with Next Generation content activated, its certainly less clunky. This game has always been quite low in my Tomb Raider Rankings, the score for the Japan scenes remind me of TND.
Just bought Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete edition from Steam.
As I switched from PlayStation to Xbox I never had this game on console.
Also reinstalled The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director's Cut on PC decided to give the game another go for some reason it would not run on my old PC properly.
impossibly posh voice just sounded so right for Lara.
Now that I am pushing North up the map, the machines are getting bigger/stronger, but the weapons and attachments that I am finding, are getting more powerful.
I have never understood why this game got shit on from gamers and journalists so much, for the micro transactions. The only money I have ever spent on this game, was the £40 or so to buy the game at launch. Furthermore, I have built a character that I really like the look of, featuring only clothing that could be found in the world, or bought with the in game currency (NOT real world money).