Tiki haha same! I don't know squat about the original games, I just like the simulation aspect of Shelter haha (:
Oh I know right. The biggest issues for me were all the crashing, lag, and the bug that prevented all my pregnant dwellers from giving birth. Luckily, they fixed that with this recent update, so I'm happy haha
I have been playing Batman Arkham Knight and I have beaten most of it outside ofmsome challenges and the toddler stuff that will take forever to beat. I have also played a bit of DriveClub PlayStation Plus edition but so far I am not a huge fan of that one. A bit of War Thunder as well. I finally unlocked the Tiger II and the Ferdinand tank destroyer which are pretty fun. I still wish they would allow us to use our PC accounts on the PS4 it would be so nice. There are a few others as well but those are the ones I have played the most lately.
Hmm...I don't know if I should open this can of worms...recently I picked up several newer games (thank you PS+ free/discounted games), they include: Rocket League, Styx, Yugioh!:Legacy of the Duelist, SAO Re: Hollow Fragments...That's all in the past week.
Before that I'd been logging time into some PS3 games as well: Skyrim, Jak&Daxter coll., Ratchet&Clank coll., Kingdom Hearts Remixes (1.5&2.5), InFamous, Oblivion...
Then my standby PS4 titles: Dragon Age, NBA 2k, Shadows of Mordor, and MLB the Show. I actually ordered a copy of TES:O for PS4 months ago, but it got lost in the mail (apparently) or that would be on this list too.
*Phew* I think that about covers everything. My taste in games is mostly random. With the exception that I am not an FPS fan. Might seem like a lot, might not. Outside of college work, video games and adult sports leagues are my only hobbies. So I can pour a lot of time into them at random intervals. Haha
I'm taking a quick break from Pokemon Blue to start playing Stardew Valley on the PC.
It's a really cute farming simulator with RPG elements too, such as dungeon exploring. I've watched quite a few lets plays of it and finally got it for myself today and omg, it's super cute. The music is nice and relaxing and it's just a really chill game in general. I can see myself burning so many hours into it, considering Harvest Moon/Rune Factory are two of my absolute favourite series~ I haven't played enough of it to give a proper opinion but a few hours in and I am really liking it so far, we'll just see if the story goes anywhere and if it becomes repeatitive... Though I like those sort of games anyway. xP
Brothers in Arms the entire series on the PC. I played them on the PS2 and PS3 way back and I love the series. It is a shame it has been 8 years this year since the last one.
Battlefield Hardline which is ok but the whole stealth thing does not really fit into a Battlefield game too well in my opinion.
War Thunder as I tried out the new maps. With the battle rating changes the King TIger is fringe usable again hooray.
The Division I am already level 8 and I have been having fun. It is a shame some missions try to force multiplayer on you though as I always run into the morons who cannon find their butts in broad daylight.
Armored Warfare I am slowly grinding out the Leopard 2 and the Chieftain and a few others as well. I have not play it too much lately but it has been fun.
Metro Redux I played Last Light years ago and now I can finally play both games. I would love to read the novel it they ever release it in English.
World of Tanks PS4 I got the Panzer II Ausf J and I love how op it's armor is though the gun is worthless. Firing spitballs is more effective.
Call of Duty Black Ops 3, Dying Light, and Delta Force Black Hawk Down. DFBHD is a blast from the past that I remembered playing years ago.. Novalogic is still around all these years later although they have not released a game in ages despite all the great games they used to make.
Black Ops 3 on the other hand was awful outside of the WWII parts set in the battle of the bulge and even then the whole " The King Tiger tank was nearly unstoppable." thing came into play and I wanted to punch my tv. The robots are annoying as well and I wish they would go back to making games set in the past. Modern Warfare was one thing but all of these futuristic games are becoming cliche. Why not try and make a WWI or Korean War or Desert Storm Call of Duty for a change. It sure beats fighting an army of robots.
Dying Light has been pretty fun although I have not had much time to play it. I am up to trying out the Co-Op if anyone is interested however as I have the PS4 version only those with a PS4 would be able to do so at the moment sadly.
I've heard good things about Undertale. Hope you're enjoying!
Sadly my recent string of new games has been less than so. Kickstarted a sequel to a really really fantastically done co-op game and it just released last week: Forced Showdown. Little did I know their sequel was single player... so that was a huge downer as my hubby and I each bought a copy so we could play together >.> Then the game itself just wasn't to my liking as it's card building and just full of random stacked on top of random. I prefer games where to win requires some skill; not just luck of the draw. If it was multiplayer I wouldn't care as much since it'd be fun just horsing around. But in single player it's repetitive and boring.
Next up was Oceanhorn I got for free from a friend who had a spare code. Dear lord don't buy that game! It reels you in with promises of being Zelda-like, and it really is a rip of Windwaker; but done so poorly. You never get to sail the boat, the writing is terrible, story feels like you're constantly missing all the actual character interactions, the puzzles are embarrassingly easy, and the combat is boring. I actually beat one of the big bosses by throwing all the jars in the room at him; that's how bad the bosses were done. Not to mention the big final fight was just... oh god... I've never been so disappointed.
Tomb Raider Definitive Edition and Saint's Row IV. I got Tomb Raider for free on the PS3 but I have been wanting to get it on the PS4 for ages. It is a fantastic game that just like the Uncharted series emphasizes exploration and puzzle solving however unlike Uncharted Tomb Raider's map is almost entirely open ended instead of being level based allowing for even more exploration. I loved the WWII references and the Flame Arrows.
Saint's Row IV is just as funny as the third game. I did not think I would like the 4th one as much due to the superpowers however I have been enjoying it quite a bit and they are pretty enjoyable. The nice world prologue is one of the funniest things I have seen in a game in years given the usual style of the game.
Joey got me Undertale for my birthday, so I am looking forward to finally sitting down and playing it. I've tried my best to stay spoiler and 'Lets Play' free of it. *o*
I'm still quite addicted to Stardew Valley but since I'm currently visiting family, they've kind of forced me into playing this mobile game called Summoners War. It's pretty basic but the graphics are cute, though I likely wont carry on with it once I go back home. xP It's a nice little temporary time killer though.