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  1. Hey there, fellow gamers! I just recently started playing FF6 and am at the point where Terra turns into some weird thing and flies off after speaking to an Esper. I'm really enjoying the storyline so far, and being able to return to 2D graphics is an interesting distraction from writing. So, to all the gamers out there who have played Final Fantasy VI, what is your opinion about the game, and is it one that you would recommend?
  2. I have just started my own personal blog that will focus on my adventures in being a casual hardcore gamer. I'm simply doing too many things to dedicate time to gaming, but gaming is something I'm passionate about. So I've decided to start blogging about various game related things. Hardware, new games, etc. I am primarily an Xbox gamer, though I dabble in PS4, Switch, and PC. If you are interested in gaming and related topics, pop over to my new blog and give me a follow: I'll end up posting more if there people end up showing interest. My new Xbox Series X arrives tomorrow. It feels like the only positive in 2020's goat rodeo. (There I used the Word of the Day again!)
  3. I have not played the original game but I like Double Fines games, (Brutal Legend comes to mind) and if you watch the xbox games event with this part, they show that the person singing the song in this video is Jack Black. This game looks like an acid trip, but very interesting.
  4. During the big Xbox Games event today, Obsidian Entertainment announced the new Avowed. This game is set in the same world as Obsidian's Pillars of Eternity 1 and 2. It is looking like Obsidian's take on Bethesda's Elder Scrolls game. Since their take on the Fallout Games (both Fallout: New Vegas and Outer Worlds) were better than Bethesda's latest entries in Fallout, here's hoping they have a good go at beating them on Skyrim.
  5. Just a thread to post about Gaymer things, and memes... To start: The Elder Scrolls Online, don't nearly have enough ass slider. Can barely get a bubble butt on my Khajiit.
  6. The astute among you might have noticed I left off part of the game's name. That's because, that name is the only thing that appears to have anything to do with Assassin's Creed. Starting with the Ancient Egypt Simulator "Origins", followed by Greece "Odyssey", Ubisoft has been focused on making historical light RPG/combat games and slapping the Assassin's Creed label on it. The game looks interesting enough, but I'm pretty turned off, frankly, by the lack of stealth, simpler mechanics. They are no longer games you can just drop into and play. Managing all this RPG stuff takes focus and dedication. I stopped playing Odyssey when I kept getting killed by a dog and kind of lost interest in it. You hardly feel like an powerful bogey man when the family pet wipes you out. I'm sure I'll play it some day, but the feeling of meh I got from Origins just accelerated downhill with Odyssey. Valhalla is not on my day one list, which will be the first A/C game since AC2 that is true for.
  7. I always love playing video games that offer the player the ability to make their own decisions like the customization of their character’s appearance and skills. I especially love it when that choosability extends to romancing different characters. The best example I can think of right now is the video-game series called Mass Effect. I loved romancing Kaiden Alenko during the third game, and a fun fact is the face model for this character is an openly gay man. It’s a shame the player couldn’t romance him in the first game of trilogy if they played as a male Shepard. Rumors have been spreading that a remastered version of the trilogy is in the works. If that’s true, I hope they allow male Shepard to romance Kaiden at the very beginning because there is direct evidence that shows Kaiden and another character Ashley Williams could’ve been romanced regardless of Shepard’s gender. I’m really looking forward to playing Cyberpunk 2077 when it’s released on November. From what I watched and read, the game will allow players to romance characters of the same gender. You’re even allowed to choose who your character hookups with at the beginning of the game haha. I’m in desperate need for a video game that allows the player to have an in-depth, gay romance since other games that have this feature that I’ve played didn’t satisfy my romantic itch. Mass Effect as well as the Dragon Age series are great examples of romance done right, with other games like Fallout 4 and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey feeling like it was more of an afterthought than an integral part of the game. Do you know of any video-game romances that you remembered and loved, particularly in the LGBT department?
  8. Grounded, the new game by RPG masters, Obsidian, is coming out soon. The demo is in trial flight on Xbox Insider. I played it a bit. It seems like a game that I'll end up dropping time into. There is a arachnophobia filter too. It prompts you when you first start. Anyone else looking forward to the game?
  9. I'm definitely liking the interaction between the characters. And I know Rocksteady has been doing great with games. (Batman Arkham series)
  10. This trailer looks interesting. The gameplay looks pretty nice. They didn't tag platforms on this, which is a bit suspicious. They better not make it exclusive somewhere...
  11. So Obsidian, one of the best RPG-centric game studios, released The Outer Worlds a few weeks ago. I've been meaning to make a post about it for awhile. I love the writing and quirky humor in the game. This is pretty much what this studio is known for. I'm enjoying the game when I get those few moments to disappear into it. And it's worth pointing out that if you have Xbox Game Pass Ultimate ($10 per month), this game is included on it for box Xbox and PC. New subscribers can sign up for a $1. talk about value! Anyway, well worth buying it too.
  12. Hi all! I just ran out of things to play *carefully ignoring the pile of Steam sale uninstalled games on my account* and I'd like to get ideas for what to play next. Most of all, I love a good storyline while playing. I'm thinking something immersive and multifaceted like Mass Effect, or short yet unforgettable like Portal. What do you guys like? Which games made you go, wow, that story blew my mind? -Albert
  13. The Opening cinematic looks awesome. Baldur's Gate III
  14. "There's your boat! Go left! Go left!" "OMG! This controller's so gross, why is this controller so gross?" "That's me seven times a day in my car." "He's got a life expectancy of eight seconds." "Who needs Wade? Has he contributed anything so far? Toothless meth tweaker." "How do we get to the strip club?" "It just looks like she's having some sort of insulin shock seizure." "You know what, my erection broke my fall." "Wait I just got shot and I went to the hospital? This is sort of a pro-Obama Care message. He just got shot and went to the crappiest-looking hospital in the world and an hour later he's walking around." "Kick me out of the strip club and I come back with a missile-firing chopper."
  15. Anybody else preorder this game? Or even heard of it, I guess? Today is release day and I should be arriving home after work to a delivery from Amazon! I’m probably gonna nerd out all weekend, just wanted to see if anyone else had any interest in this game. It basically looks to be a retro-feeling/looking RPG in the style of old Final Fantasy games but told from the perspective of 8 characters. I’ll of course have more input after I start playing, but if anyone has anything to add, please discuss!
  16. I know guys that devour kilowatts powering their video games, but I get by maxing out around 45 watts, because I like turn-based games where a pause is granted after every move, as in chess and other board games. These games tend to require a lot of strategy but little or no reflexes. In fact, they are better for old farts that may not be as quick on the draw anymore. I don't like real-time games because of the pressure to remain always in the game. That can be really engrossing. I like to quickly tab to another window and visit a web site or answer the phone if I need to without worrying about having to hit the Pause button. Some turn-based games I like are online chess at chess.com, a gay-friendly site, where one can play with people all over the world, and the Battle for Wesnoth, which is pretty cool. Both of these are free, by the way, and run fine on all kinds of computers with minimal resources. You can check out the Battle for Wesnoth here: http://www.wesnoth.org/
  17. Myr

    Play Station 4 Pro

    If you are looking for a distraction... this does a good job of that. It is not as powerful as the Xbox One X, but it's hard to tell unless you uber snobby on your 4k screens or have a 4k projector. Anyway, it's a good system with some great exclusive story based games. For my comparison on gaming systems, I posted a little topic in the Video Game forum, if you haven't read it.
  18. Myr

    God Of War for PS4

    This is one of the reasons I bought a PS4. The game is definitely outstanding. Looks great, sounds great. Play is interesting. I'd be having more fun with it, but as an Xbox guy, I have to say the controller sucks for the Playstation and its horrible layout is a hindrance to people used to a good controller. Walking around fine. Doing battle just sucks because I have 12 years of muscle memory for the xbox controller layout. Anyway, the game is great. Check it out, if you haven't.
  19. Myr

    Nintendo Switch

    Sorry this is late. It's been a heck of week trying to catch up from that annoying downtime with the internet. Anyway, I picked up a Nintendo Switch on a whim. This is probably my midlife crisis. I'll be picking up a Playstation 4 Pro in a few weeks. lol. Anyway, for my 41st birthday, I picked up a Nintendo Switch so I can relive my youth playing Mario and Zelda. And Donkey Kong. And probably Kirby too. It's definitely a cute little toy and I seriously doubt I'll ever mess with it much undocked. Do you guys have one? What games do you like?
  20. I have been doing some retro gaming the last few days. I've been playing my copy of Assassin's Creed: The Enzio Collection, which is Assassin's Creed II, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood and Assassin's Creed: Revelations. They are, collectively, the best Assassin's Creed games in the series. They are open world, but they were trying new things and the story was much tighter than the latest games. If you like AC and haven't played these, they are a super bargain normally, but are on sale in many places for under $15 at the time of this posting. In playing the game, it brings back fond memories. They really did a good job making you engage with the characters and the story. This was before they want all cookie cutter. Though these 3 games came out one after another, they were more like a really big game, then 3 separate ones, plot wise. In fact, ACII ended on a cliffhanger and Brotherhood picked up right where it left off from a story point of view. I really miss the Ubisoft. That's not to say it's perfect. It still has the god-awful randomness of jumping into midair, usually to your death. The parkour climbing and jumping has been refined over the years, but it is STILL an issue in Assassin's Creed Valhalla, what 10 games later? They also have some sweat-inducing climbing and timed events that still drive me batty. Those, thankfully, disappeared in later games. but the games in later years grew to be so bloated. It takes something like 80 hours to get through the story in Valhalla. Yikes. ACII is something you can jump in, enjoy and then move on. I hope Ubisoft remembers sometime that you can make a game that is fun without requiring you to dedicate your existence to it.
  21. I finally sat down and played Immortals - Fenyx Rising today. It's on sale digitally and on various sites. I put links to Amazon USA below (they are affiliate links, Gay Authors gets a small cut if you order the game from the link) This game has a nice gameplay loop. The narrators are entertaining and the world is very colorful and beautiful. I am playing on Xbox Series X and the game plays great and I have not encountered any bugs so far. (Unlike all the other games out at the moment...) This game is was clearly inspired by Zelda Breath of the Wild. If you play it, let me know what you think. I'll post more on it later.
  22. They announced the big game that Microsoft's big new studio, The Initiative was working on. They are rebooting "Perfect Dark" On the surface, this looks interesting. I'm definitely down with "spy genre" games. They are absolutely right that it is undeserved and there is a huge upside potential. Unfortunately, they also posted an interview with the developers and it almost completely turned me off from the game, not from the game itself, but from the pedantic virtue signaling all the developers were doing in the interview. I can only hope that the Game is all Show and no Tell on the social commentary stuff.
  23. I have played a few hours of this game and it is holding my interest. The game is an open world sandbox where you can enjoy a number of tasks. The biggest one is that you can recruit any person you see. Anyone. Once you have recruited them, you can play as them. The game does a very good job of making people sound different. Thus far, it seems occasionally repetitive on occupation. For example, the recruitment mission for various types of doctors seems to be nearly identical. So, if you recruit only one or two people per job type (and there are a lot... there is an achievement for having 15 different types, if I recall correctly). Normally, I'd describe the game as a dystopian future and leave it at that. But looking at all the crap going on in 2020, I'll call the game "2021 but with working Holographic and more human-like A.I.'s." It is certainly loaded with extreme big brother tech companies, etc. Story wise, it's interesting, but not outstanding in any way. (so far). This is definitely more of an open world game, make your own story, type of thing. There are plenty of opportunities for "I wonder if I can do that" sort of things. Let's say, you can get a James Bond-Style car complete with guided missiles. That was fun. Hacking a construction zone and flying around the city is fun too. I'll post more some time in the future... but if you are interesting in checking it out, it comes in a lot of flavors. Below are affiliate links to various version of the game. Purchasing from below gives Gay Authors a small affiliate reward that helps support the site.
  24. Myr

    Lego Jurassic World

    Lego Jurassic World, which was available on every system under the sun when it came out in 2015, is one of the best Lego Games to date. It's fun. It's interesting. It covers Jurassic Park 1-3 and Jurassic World. It's not overly stuffed with busy work that takes forever to complete, either. There are not difficult flight missions involved either. As with all Lego games, there is an funny take on the events of the movies. They also took advantage of the dinosaurs giving them different abilities that are then used in solving puzzles. This is a very enjoyable game if you like Jurassic Park and Lego games. Affiliate Note: If you purchase Lego Jurassic World via the links above, Gay Authors receives a small affiliate referral reward.
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