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Are there any moments in games that make you cry?

comment by timewillsolelytell in AskReddit

1 year, 9 months ago

For me, honestly it has to be in Life is Strange. It's the moment when Chloe and Max find out where Rachel is. All the hope we had, as well as the hope Chloe had to see her friend again, it killed me to watch them discover her body buried in their hideout. Then assuming that the deer Max had always seen in the game was Rachel, it killed me to think that Rachel was trying to guide Max through this journey and help them. Truly, this scene fucking killed me.

Looking for games with a storyline that sucks you in.

comment by RekapRaps in gaming

1 year, 9 months ago

Persona 4, L.A. Noire, the Bioshock series, Portal & Portal 2, the Walking Dead series, The Wolf Among Us, Life is Strange, Alan Wake and Spec Ops: The Line all come to mind.

What video game accomplishment are you most proud of?

comment by n0radrenaline in AskReddit

1 year, 9 months ago

Talking Kate down in Life is Strange. (I know, it gives you the stats and like 80% of people succeeded, but it still felt really fucking good.)

I need suggestions for Xbone games to play with my girlfriend.

comment by ARCLab in gaming

1 year, 9 months ago

This isn't really a game you can play together, but you can try Life Is Strange. It's a simple story based game that might help broaden your GFs taste in games (which would make it easier to find games to play together). It plays like an episodic TV show, so casual gamers should have no problem with it. From there, you could try to get her into more story driven games, and branch out from there.

Fallout Dev Wants to Make an Archer Video Game

comment by mysticmusti in gaming

1 year, 9 months ago

After The Walking Dead everybody loved Tell Tale games but the problem is that they just refuse to innovate or change anything, by the time of The Walking Dead Season 2 the formula was starting to grow thin and people could see through the cracks. Now they've got 20 projects going on at the same time, still using the same shitty engine that freezes all the time, still giving you "choices" that don't matter while in the mean time Life is Strange has had 4 episodes of showing us what you can do when you actually take your time, have a decent engine and do actually give the player's choices meaning, if it's just for that moment and not in the long run (which might be influenced as well).

People who aren't from America, where would you go if you visited?

comment by vo5100 in AskReddit

1 year, 9 months ago

Maybe Oregan? Looked pretty good in Life Is Strange

What popular fad crashed and burned the hardest?

comment by Qx2J in AskReddit

1 year, 9 months ago

I deleted my cousin because she was irritating in general, and unfollowing doesnt feel satisfying. She died last month and now my family thinks I unfriened a dead girl. Life is strange.

Are you a video game addict /fanatic?

comment by THCW in gaming

1 year, 9 months ago

Not anymore. I find it difficult for a game to keep my interest nowadays. Open world games are near worthless to me now because without a strong narrative guiding me along, I just lose interest way too easily. A game has to have an interesting or fun, linear narrative to keep me wanting to play it all the way through, thus the only games I've really gotten into all year are Life is Strange and Until Dawn. It sucks, but I mean I even tried The Witcher 3 after the storm of good reviews and got bored within an hour.

What is your Favorite game?

comment by Alpaca10 in gaming

1 year, 9 months ago

Life is Strange

Starcraft

GTA

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