Any Other Gaymers On DL? - Thread 2
I searched for the original thread but it looks it's been archived or something. Was almost full anyway so I decided to start another one.
I think I'm going to preorder Cyberpunk 2077. Apparently you can play as a gay male--the developers had a guy get out of the main character's bed when they were showing a preview at a convention. I'm a fan of games like Dragon Age, Mass Effect and Shadowrun so I think that this will be a good one. Oh, and Keanu Reeves is in it for some reason.
|by Anonymous||reply 146||Last Saturday at 7:18 PM|
Here is the original thread. Don't use DL search, it is useless. Use Google.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||08/29/2020|
Oops sorry posted the same link twice
|by Anonymous||reply 3||08/29/2020|
Has anyone tried Shiness?
|by Anonymous||reply 4||09/13/2020|
R44 what's shiness? Also looking forward to cyberpunk. Wonder if my PC will even handle it.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||09/13/2020|
This is Shiness. I think it's the first time that this company has released a legit game so it's slightly wonky but pretty good so far. Battle system needs work though.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||09/13/2020|
R6 That looks cool! I love the graphic style. Is this also on PC? I am PC Masterrace--oh I have a switch I guess
|by Anonymous||reply 7||09/13/2020|
On sale on Steam and super cheap, R7.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||09/13/2020|
Here! I'm looking forward to Watchdogs Legion and Cyberpunk
|by Anonymous||reply 9||09/13/2020|
Did anyone play Greedfall from last year? I’m jonesing for a Dragon Age-style RPG and this seems like it’d fit the bill.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||09/13/2020|
I would be excited for Cyberpunk if it wasn't forced first person perspective. I will never understand why game devs do these super involved character creation systems with umpteen millions face, hair, body type, clothing and etc choices just to turn around and force you to play in first person mode aside from cutscenes. Just makes no sense to me.
Currently I've been playing the hell out of Marvel's Avengers. It's buggy af, crashes an insane amout and has a severe memory leak issue, but when it works it's amazingly fun.
As for games coming out in the future I'm excited about maybe some of you 90s gamers would rememeber Baulder's Gate 1 and 2. Well Larian Studios (makers of Divinity Original Sin 1&2) are actually releasing the early access for the 3rd title in the series on the 30th of September. Price is 59.99$ which will go up to the full 79.99$ price tag next year when the game fully releases. It comes out for testing with about 20 hours of content and you can go up to lvl 4 which works out to be about 25% or so of the total content in the game. Larian has done such a phenomal job and the head guy named Swen Vincke is actually a delight. He always seems so excited for the games they make and they're as a company really pushing new ideas into what turn based RPGs are supposed to be. I really really hope a few of you look into it and pick it up cause that gaming studio really deserves their positive reputation.
[R10] I did, actually totally hated it. The combat tries to be like Dark Souls but you only get like 3-4 abilities per "class" for the entire game. Mages are basically just auto attacks until half way ine before they get some form of decent castable spells, but one cast takes like half your mp so you can only use one or two spells before having to either eat a potion or default back to magic missle auto attacks. The voice acting is completely mediocre and they really hand wave over the whole natives being wiped out by white settlers thing. If you want a game similar but with a much better story, better combat and much better voice acting I'd personally suggest Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen on Steam. A far superior gaming experience and way more fun when you can actually climb onto gigantic monsters and stab them in the eyeball.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||09/14/2020|
[quote] are actually releasing the early access for the 3rd title in the series on the 30th of September.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||09/14/2020|
Do we have thoughts about the PS5 vs the Series X/S now that we know dates and prices?
I was actually thinking dipping a toe back into Xbox world because the Series S has such a good price, but it's significantly underpowered and has a hard drive that's half the size of the others, which is important when your games are...you know, digital. By comparison, the extra $100 for the PS5 Digital buys you the exact same console as the one with the drive.
I don't think I'll ever pre-order a game again, so the lack of a system seller on either console will have me waiting.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||09/20/2020|
599$ for the base model PS5 iirc. Think they're going to plan for a holiday launch, right now people aren't spending as much money... except during the x-mas season. Sony are gunna want that sweet sweet holiday cash
I would just fork over a few extra hundreds and buy a decent gaming PC rig. Besides a handful of exclusives most games launched will come out for PC which has better performance, loading times and graphic settings.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||09/22/2020|
Well shit. The only games my basic self plays are Fallout, Elder Scrolls and, er, King's Bounty and Bethesda is being sold to Microsoft.
I only play on my Alienware laptop, so no console wars for me.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||09/22/2020|
$499. Same as Series X. PS5 Digital is $399, Series S is $299.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||09/22/2020|
I'm still going to obtain a PS5. XBox's OS is junky and buggy.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||09/25/2020|
Amazon also announced their own cloud-based game platform, Luna.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||09/25/2020|
I just started playing Cyberpunk 2077. Can't help but love a game where you can set your cock size. And obviously there's a setting for cut or uncut.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||12/12/2020|
r21, mine looks almost the same (red hair and a gray beard though)! I want to be able to make passes at that hot Latino in my car but I've been stuck in "Practice Makes Perfect" since yesterday
|by Anonymous||reply 22||12/12/2020|
I love this game, but I'm playing it slowly (doing a ton of side quests) and I feel like I'll have to spend an eternity with this game at this rate.
My corpo V btw.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||12/16/2020|
Given the number of losers on DL, this thread should hit 500 by the end of the day.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||12/16/2020|
I've been playing Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning FATE edition and loving it. With the ability to use a primary and secondary weapon at all times, I think it's my favorite combat of any game I've played. If you like Dragon Age and The Witcher, you'll like Kingdoms of Amalur.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||12/16/2020|
After playing Cyberpunk for a few hours I realized I'm not into it at all. That's probably mostly to do with Days Gone which I've now played close to 30 hours. Days Gone, a zombie game starring Sam Witwer as a biker guy looking for his lost wife is not the deepest game out there but still next to it Cyberpunk feels extremely superficial.
I've been playing Cyberpunk on PS4 and even though I haven't noticed bugs many others have. IGN gave PS4/Xbox One version a crushing 4/10 score and after reading the review I realized what's the point of paying a full price for this crap. I asked Sony for a refund although I doubt they'll give it. If they do I might pre-order Mass Effect: Legendary Edition.
If they refund me I'll probably get Cyberpunk again at some later point when it's hopefully finally finished, and will cost a fraction it does now.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||12/16/2020|
I sympathize, R21. They seem to have really botched the console versions of the game. I play CP77 on a high-end PC (with graphics maxed, albeit on 1080p), and it works like a charm. There are some very minor glitches and bugs, but nothing worse than many other similar games.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||12/16/2020|
R24 not sure why you seem to triggered and unpleasant - did a guy you were dating pay more attention to a game than to you or something?
I'm really looking forward to playing Cyberpunk 2077, but PROPERLY - I don't have the new Xbox yet and the Xbox One version is pretty unplayable by all accounts at the moment and isn't likely to be patched sufficiently until February. I'd rather wait a bit longer and play it 'right' than have a sub-standard initial experience.
I've got a backlog of stuff to play through anyway, and aim to spend a lot of the Christmas break catching up!
|by Anonymous||reply 28||12/17/2020|
Sony and Microsoft are now offering refunds for Cyberpunk 2077 bought at their stores. Great news. I have yet to receive mind but Sony certainly made requesting the refund extremely simple. You just have to log in to your account on a Playstation Store web page and press one button.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||12/18/2020|
R23 MARY!!! I’m a lady and didn’t realize Cyberpunk goes full naked customizable body—that’s bordering on pornographic. Is that the same for a female protagonist?
|by Anonymous||reply 31||12/18/2020|
Big into Borderlands 3 - just got the year 2 season pass. Still playing year one content.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||12/18/2020|
Gaymers, any co-op couples? I have an Xbox one and we are sadly low on couch co-op games for Xbox and switches. My spouse and I used to do a ton of stuff together on the 360 (Lord of the rings war in the north, Diablo 3, Dungeon Siege 2, Sacred 3, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, etc.—we bought every 360 co-op campaign game we could find).
Are there any great Xbox One couch co-op campaign games or great Switch couch co-op campaign games out there?
|by Anonymous||reply 33||12/18/2020|
I've been busy with AC:Valhalla since before Thanksgiving. I don't know how game reviewers can get off claiming that this came is like 30 hours of gameplay. I've already put in 130, and I'm only 65% done. I won't finish before the end of the year at this rate.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||12/18/2020|
Anyone here played Bloodstained it's an homage to the old school side-scrolling Castlevania games only with modern graphics.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||12/18/2020|
r33 Borderlands is co-op you can play up ot 4 at a time.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||12/18/2020|
Refunds for Cyberpunk?
...do you still get to keep it?
It's not /that/ bad. It is reallllly buggy though on ps4.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||12/18/2020|
R31, you can deactivate nudity completely.
Besides, even if you have activated nudity, in the vanilla game, V will wear underwear; so the nudity is only visible during character creation and in the inventory menu.
I'm using a mod to remove the underwear. This way, V can be nude in the photo mode. In first person view, he's still a Ken doll however, at least until modders will have figured out how to re-add the first-person penis.
(I'm also waiting for modders to create a 'Schlongs of Night City' mod...)
|by Anonymous||reply 39||12/18/2020|
I have an NES and N64 emulator installed on my PC and a bunch of the old Nintendo games. Plus have Steam installed with Bioshock and Bioshock II and Fallout IV.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||12/18/2020|
AC:Odyssey had tons of opportunities for hot man-on-man action (sex, romance... all very PG-13, no nudity or anything, but still, lots of flirting and making out, and suggestive dialog).
AC:Valhalla has almost no such opportunities. In over 130 hours of play, I've only found one... my male main character hooked up with a male character after a wedding. There was one other opportunity, but the guy was already a member of a gay relationship and wasn't interested in playing around. And it was all closeted/subtle, such that if you weren't trying for gay action you probably could have completely missed it.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||12/19/2020|
Too bad Cyberpunk 2077 was so janky it had a character creator that let you choose Everything.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||12/19/2020|
Me too r30, although I admit I'm getting a little tired of it. Haven't tried any of the other paradox games. I'm wondering about Crusader Kings, or maybe Imperator.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||12/20/2020|
Playing AC:Valhalla, finally in the end-game, and FINALLY got another hot male-on-male action opportunity. TWO of them in the same hour! For a total of three so far.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||12/22/2020|
So, nobody else playing AC:Valhalla?
It's certainly less buggy than Cyberpunk 2077.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||12/24/2020|
I actully only now finally managed to start playing Assassins's Creed Odyssey. TBH there's nothing about Valhalla that seems interesting, mostly because the whole viking thing has been done to death over the years. Odyssey got great reviews and seems to have some gay content so I finally bought it from a sale. I've been wondering if I should get the season pass as well since it's on sale for half price now.
I'm still playing Days Gone after giving up on Cyberpunk (and still waiting for Sony to refund me). I also started playing Red Dead Redemption 2 a few weeks back and the story seems well written but I'm not feeling it at the moment since I'm more into zombies and riding motorbikes in a dystopian near future.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||12/25/2020|
How does DL web link work now? I'm tapping on links, but nothing happens? TIA.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||12/25/2020|
Nine years later and I'm still (only) playing Skyrim on a PS3.
Maybe I should get a new console and a new game, haha
|by Anonymous||reply 48||12/25/2020|
r45 I'm playing it. The story and pacing is a lot better than Odyssey. Though it's still taking me forever to get through everything. Poor Sigurd has been locked up being tortured for weeks while I run around emptying chests and chasing tattoo designs over rooftops.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||12/25/2020|
I just finished Watchdog Legion which is AMAZING. Spiderman: Miles Morales is also a great game that's too short. Currently, playing Cyberpunk but not particularly jazzed about it. It's definitely something that I would normally get into but there's a lot going on and I'm just not really feeling it. I still haven't finished Last of US part 2 and can't explain why.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||12/25/2020|
R48 haha! I hear you, I go back and play Skyrim once in awhile but I hate the ending. I’m a bigger fan of the Dragon Age series and Mass Effects—love going back and playing those! Just finished DA Inquisition for the 3rd or 4th time, actually.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||12/25/2020|
Skyrim on Xbox One (with the enhanced special edition) is great. The loading screens are SO much shorter.
I just finished AC:Valhalla, the main story anyway. I still have weeks of stuff to finish though. No spoilers, but the AC:V ending is.... ugh.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||12/25/2020|
Still waiting for the second disc of Final Fantasy 7 reboot for PS4
|by Anonymous||reply 53||12/25/2020|
I feel luke that's going to be for PS5.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||12/26/2020|
I've been obsessed with Hades for the past couple weeks. Bisexual Zagreus is so sweet and adorable. And I love the numerous gay/bi characters in the world (Achilles, Patroclus, Thanatos). Everyone being supportive of the player character being in a mlm relationship is wonderful.
Gameplay, characters, art, music, level design...everything is awesome.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||01/25/2021|
I only play racing games on my phone
|by Anonymous||reply 57||01/25/2021|
r33, check out Sea Of Thieves. Been playing that one with a friend almost every night since the pandemic started. It's great fun. You can be crew mates on a pirate ship and you go look for treasure, battle skeleton pirates and other players and the graphics are amazing. There are things that happen like getting attacked by a Megalodon or ghost pirate ships or a kraken. You can also do Tale Tales which are fun and have you running around following a bit of a story. We both became Pirate Legends after about 6 months of playing which just means we unlocked other aspects of the game. Fun game and challenging.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||01/25/2021|
I've been trying to find something big to play while waiting for Mass Effect Legendary Ediiton but none of the games I try feel just right for the moment. I did however start playing Housemarque's Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition, an isometric shoot'em up, and I love it. This is pure game play. I usually go for RPGs so this change of pace feels great... until I start replaying Mass Effect.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||01/26/2021|
R59 Have you done BioWare’s Dragon Age series? If you like isometric RPGs and play on PC, you might try Divine Divinity—I really enjoyed that one.
I just played The Witcher 3 this year and this game really raised the bar for RPGs with the array of activities and quests, as well as the Gwent card game. I hope BioWare takes notes from it and creates a big adventure game with a similar formula but with LGBT character options. BioWare will have to raise the bar to compete now.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||01/26/2021|
They are saying Outward is good I just downloaded it for my PS4 but you need to buy a PlayStation Plus membership to play co-op.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||01/26/2021|
I'm annoyed Far Cry 6 is delayed until May. I'm finding myself between open world games having just finished AC:Valhalla.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||01/30/2021|
I was planning on buying the Mass Effect Legendary Edition but couldn't wait the release and decided to boot up my trusty old PS3 and start replaying Mass Effect 1 from the start after a few years. Well, that was a good choice since I realized there isn't much that game can give me anymore. They have upgraded the graphics in the Legendary Edition but the game play itself remains the same.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||02/27/2021|
Next to the updated visuals, ME Legendary Edition is supposed to have some game play changes, mostly quality of life stuff: updated Mako's controls, skippable elevator rides, weapon balancing, AI enhancements, boss fight rebalancing, dedicated melee button in ME1, cover system in ME1, ...
|by Anonymous||reply 64||02/27/2021|
Yes but the core game remains the same. I've played the first one through two times and the other ones three times. The first one especially doesn't have a huge replay value since the long drives on the planets feel like tedious grinding and everything about the game feels hugely dated, and that includes the storytelling. The reality is the story is awesome but emotionally it's only truly touching the first time. I mean seriously, the first time I finished the trilogy the effect was as strong as after watching Brokeback Mountain the first time, a huge punch to the gut. I got depressed for a week after finishing the game, and that was the only time any piece of entertainment has ever affected me that much.
I'm glad they're bringing out the updated version because that way so many new gamers will get to experience the awesomeness Mass Effect is.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||02/28/2021|
You couldn't do male-male romances in the first few games, and they didn't change that in the update.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||02/28/2021|
Playing The Division 2 with some friends. Never played The Division 1 though. It's a very complex game, but it can be pretty fun.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||02/28/2021|
I really want to play Baldur's Gate 3 but I don't think my current laptop can handle it, plus it's still early access at the moment and I'd rather wait for it to be finished. I really loved Divinity Original Sin 2, but even that on my laptop was struggling. I don't have any other incentive to get a new laptop at the moment so just sticking with Xbox One for the time being until I can get hold of Xbox Series X.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||03/01/2021|
R68, I've played through the early access of BG3, before the last two patches. The game's going to be really great, but at the moment it's just frustrating to see all that potential without being able to play all classes (they just added the druid, but there are still several missing), to progress past level 4, or to continue the story after the first act.
My recommendation is definitely to wait until its full release. Less frustration this way.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||03/01/2021|
Not sure if there are any Dragon Age fans here, but I just played the Trespasser DLC and was disappointed. Yes, there is a major plot point, but the game was just a lot of running around killing enemies and finding eluvians at the same time for a few hours before beating it. I am not happy about how things go with Solas, but that’s forgivable if there was more content to the DLC. I was hoping there’d be a new open area to explore and even some new gear to make rather than the eluvians in a fade-like place with the same gear and weapons you had before other than the anchor.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||03/01/2021|
I loved Trespasser, but it was mostly because it gave some closure to the whole story arc, included some juicy bits of lore, and I really loved the music. However, I agree that it was weak with regard to visuals and gameplay.
Also, although I loved Solas' explanation about his past the Evanuris, I feel that it somewhat undermined one of the setting's strength: the uncertainty of religions in Thedas. A lot of the conflict in the setting is driven by religious dogma about the nature of the Maker, about the fade, spirits and magic. Even in DA:O, when the Warden found Andraste's grave in the Frostback Mountains, the nature of Andraste and her backstory were kept mostly mysterious. Solas outright explaining what the Evanuris are and how the world came to be the way it is, was taking away a lot of this uncertainty.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||03/01/2021|
I got Cyberpunk 2077 from the Steam store for my birthday
|by Anonymous||reply 72||03/03/2021|
Is Dragon Age: Inquisition good?
|by Anonymous||reply 73||03/03/2021|
R73 YES! Loved it—one of my top favorite video games ever.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||03/03/2021|
R73, it's good but I got burned out by the gigantic (sometimes pretty empty) maps and all the collectibles quests eventually. My advice is, forget a completionist approach with regard to the in-game collectibles (they're really not worth it) and play mainly for the story.
I would rate the Dragon Age games as follows: DA:O > DA:I > DA2
I think I played through DA:0 at least 5 times, whereas I never managed to finish a 2nd playthrough of DA2 and never even tried one with DA:I.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||03/03/2021|
Really weirdly with Dragon Age Inquisition, although I had the previous games and finished them, I never got fully into Inquisition the first time around - I think I probably played maybe 20 hours or something. Noticed it was available through the EA Game Pass deal on Xbox and downloaded it recently and put a few hours in but again didn't get fully into it. Maybe I will return to it at some point but it is odd that something that I would have thought I would get obsessed with, I have tried and failed twice to actually get into.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||03/04/2021|
DA: Inquisition was on sale for the PS4 about a year ago along with all the expansion packs so I bought it then but still haven't played it.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||03/04/2021|
For DA: Inquisition I found that advancing the main plot and doing the fade quests helped me get into the game more, as well as romancing one of the characters and doing the side quests for each of your party members. Otherwise you’re just grinding in the open areas and collecting ingredients for gear. I also really enjoy upgrading my gear and that of my party up at Skyhold.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||03/04/2021|
R76, that happened to me with BioShock.
That game is, on paper, tailor made for me. I should love it. But I didn't. Years after the first attempt (where I just petered out after several hours), I tried again, and petered out right about the same place. Just couldn't get into it, but cannot tell you why.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||03/04/2021|
Funnily enough I spent close to 200 hours both in Dragon Age Inquisition and Mass Effect Andromeda although I can't say I really love them. Playing them was satisfying, partly because they both looked gorgeous on my PS4, but largely because I enjoyed the well-developed world and gripping enough story both offered.
I did have an emotional connection with DA:I and even shed some tears a few hours into the campaign when there's singing.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||03/04/2021|
R80 I did love the part where the inquisitor emerges from the snow and the camp of survivors sings the theme song—very touching! I also oooed small touches like cutscenes of the party playing cards and at the end, getting to check in with all of your friends before the final cutscene. BioWare did that right with the Dragon Age and Mass Effect franchises—you really felt a connection to some of the characters after enough chats and going on missions/quests.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||03/04/2021|
Set aside cash for the PS5. Now I just have to wait for one to finally be available.
|by Anonymous||reply 82||03/06/2021|
I'm a huge fan of the Borderlands series. I find them endlessly clever, fun, and replayable. Brilliant, really.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||03/06/2021|
R83, too bad Borderlands 3 shit the bed... the story was such crap. Totally awful. And some of the new characters were really, really awful.
Borderlands, Borderlands 2, and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel were all amazingly good, with amazingly great DLC.
Borderlands 3 was pretty bad, and with mostly awful DLC.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||03/06/2021|
Sorry to hear that, R84. I haven't played Borderlands 3 yet.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||03/06/2021|
I'm still surprised how much I'm enjoying Days Gone. I initially played it for like 15 hours when it was on Playstation Now but had to stop when it left the service. I thought ok, that was that, time to move on since I'm not buying the game for practically the full price but fairly soon I started missing driving around on a motorcycle and generally everything else you do in the game. When I found the game on sale I immediately bought it and have now spent probably around 50 hours on it.
I'm only now getting into killing zombie hordes which are one of the scariest things I've encountered in any games I've played. There's something exhilarating having like 200 zombies crazily run after you making angry and inhuman sounds and immediately overpowering you the moment they catch you. I managed to destroy my first horde a few days back and although it was slightly anti-climactic since I did it safely from a distance hiding in a bush it still felt wonderful.
I've still got story missions to finish and probably at least 20 hours to play but I'm taking my time, just enjoying everything. I rarely find games I truly love spending time in but when I do I try to savor the experience.
Sam Witwer is awesome as the lead. Never really realized how good he is with his voice and how enjoyable it is to hear it.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||03/07/2021|
Journey To The Savage Planet is on Xbox Game Pass so I gave it a spin, and it's actually pretty fun. Amusing, and a 3-d open-ish-world platformer, basically. Relatively short, but fun.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||03/07/2021|
I have the complete Sims 4 on my PS4 but I'm thinking of buying it again on PC because I want all the weird and super slutty mods.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||03/07/2021|
The WickedWhims mod for Sims 4 is great. Sims 4 is rather boring in comparison to previous versions, so you can see your sims porn it up at least.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||03/07/2021|
Yeah, It seems like with each new Sims base game they give you less and less, Sims 1 and 2 gave you a completely populated home map, now everything is an expansion pack. I tried downloading Wicked Whims but when I click the download button nothing happens.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||03/07/2021|
Have you tried the download link at the bottom of this page?
It works for me.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||03/07/2021|
Yeah, it just says your download will begin in a moment but in the meantime look at all this other stuff.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||03/07/2021|
The download dialogue should open when you click it. Try another browser maybe?
|by Anonymous||reply 93||03/07/2021|
I tried it with Edge and still nothing.
|by Anonymous||reply 94||03/07/2021|
Last option, NexusMods... *shrug*
|by Anonymous||reply 95||03/07/2021|
Thanks, R95 they actually let me download the file! I wonder why the other two sites wouldn't let me download it.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||03/07/2021|
Great, have fun Just! Just remember to also download some animation files.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||03/07/2021|
Which animation files do you recommend R97 and can they be downloaded from the same site that finally let me download Wicked Whims?
|by Anonymous||reply 98||03/07/2021|
What does Wicked Whims do on its own without the other animations? Have you been a Sims player for very long R97?
|by Anonymous||reply 99||03/07/2021|
I have downloaded all animations, R99, so I don't know the exact differences. Only some animation packs include explicitly gay sex animations (although you can switch off gender restrictions in Wicked Whims and it often works fine), so you have to check yourself. Most animators post their packs on LoversLab as far as I know.
Oh, I've never been a hardcore Sims gamer, but I started with the first Sims game and I played every main version so far. It's been a long time though, so I'm not good at keeping the versions apart but, yeah, Sims 4 and its business model / releases are... frustrating, to say the least.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||03/07/2021|
I haven't tried installing Wicked Whims yet but if I can't download the animations at nexusmods then it sounds like Wicked Whims is pretty useless.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||03/08/2021|
Mary, R101, don't be so defeatist! Just try it out, the mod does come with some animations as far as I know! :)
Besides, as I wrote, most animations are available on LoversLabs which has its own download section that always worked fine for me.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||03/08/2021|
I was able to download all of the animations available now I just need to find instructions on how to install everything. I really miss Filemaid, I wonder if someone could find that guy and convince him to make it for Sims 4, just for old times sake.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||03/09/2021|
Jesus Christ, this isn't the "how to make The Sims pervy" thread. Get a room you two.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||03/09/2021|
Calm down, R104! How about you post what you wanna talk about instead of clutching pearls?
|by Anonymous||reply 105||03/09/2021|
We're starting an attempt of a Divinity: Original Sin (the first one) campaign together. We've tried once before but it was messy and confusing. This time is already going much better.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||03/09/2021|
I'm playing the Divinity II right now.... Think I might need to respec all my characters. I've got to be doing something wrong. Keep getting my ass handed to me.
|by Anonymous||reply 107||03/11/2021|
Playing Horizon Zero Dawn now that it's on PS Now. Good game.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||03/18/2021|
Has anyone ever heard of Greedfall on Xbox one? I just started it.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||03/19/2021|
I finished Greefall (on the PC). It's good, I guess. I loved the setting and the 17th century style, it even had prettier male models for the player character than female ones. My main impression was that the game definitely had great potential but, despite aiming for quality of Bioware classics like Dragon Age, it fell a bit short in the end.
I think Vasco was the only male same-sex romance option in the game, but I used a mod that allowed me to romance both Vasco and Kurt (or maybe all four of them? I can't remember which says a lot about the game...).
|by Anonymous||reply 110||03/19/2021|
R110 interesting! I also find the setting refreshing, but at times it does feel like some of the character development is missing or half-baked with your party members, at least, so far in the game (very few dialogue options with them). But I’m only 15 hours in or so and have only begun completing parts of quests for some of my party members.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||03/19/2021|
I've been getting back into Assassin's Creed Odyssey lately. Such a huge game that I never even came close to finishing everything on the map in my first playthrough, though I did complete the main story. It's without a doubt the most gorgeous game I've ever played, scenery-wise. And Alexios is a tasty morsel with lovably campy voice acting.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||03/31/2021|
I'm currently playing The Sims 4 but it's annoying the way EA has divided pretty much everything that would have come with the older games into expansion packs.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||03/31/2021|
Anyone play Monster Hunter Rise? i just got it and need friends!
|by Anonymous||reply 114||04/01/2021|
Can anyone here recommend a good gaming monitor?
|by Anonymous||reply 115||04/11/2021|
So many great game suggestions. I'm not too much of a gamer, I was gifted an Xbox Series S by my best friend so here I am. Gamer once again! I also work in a certain level of live streaming but not gaming. Creative arts.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is such a better value than most subscription services. Roughly $9k worth of games for $15 a month, possibly free with doing Microsoft Rewards offers? I don't mind paying for it, but getting the console for free definitely sweetens the deal. The Series S is a perfect console for my gaming preferences, as I am extremely casual with game playing. I use my Xbox more for the Microsoft Rewards stuff more than anything. I am also a heavy Discord user.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||04/11/2021|
I just started "Outriders" and it's good. I'm liking it so far.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||04/12/2021|
This guy has an OnlyFans...of course.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||04/14/2021|
Is anyone here playing Loop Hero, and if so how many loops have you gotten through?
|by Anonymous||reply 119||04/17/2021|
How do you know r118 and what is it?
|by Anonymous||reply 120||04/17/2021|
He just mentioned it calling it a "hypothetical" Onlyfans, but then talked about his friend taking photos for it. Here's the stream where he talks about it, it's early in the video, so you don't have to watch till the actual gameplay.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||04/18/2021|
Anyone else excited for the remaster of Mass Effect? I know it's just the old game with a gloss of paint, but I held onto my PS3 for a long time just because there was no reissue. Got rid of it, and finally scored a PS5 when it was announced.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||05/06/2021|
[quote] Anyone else excited for the remaster of Mass Effect? I know it's just the old game with a gloss of paint, but I held onto my PS3 for a long time just because there was no reissue. Got rid of it, and finally scored a PS5 when it was announced.
Not unless it makes the Mass Effect 3 Happy Ending Mod the official ending.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||05/07/2021|
I just finished Greedfall. All in all, I really enjoyed it. I romanced Vasco. It's not as good as Dragon Age, but nothing is, in my opinion. It's definitely worth it if you like RPGs with a gay romance option.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||05/07/2021|
Glad you liked it, R124. Yeah, that's pretty much my reaction as well. I just appreciate that some studios still try to do "classic" BioWare-style games.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||05/07/2021|
Anyone else play "Outriders"? Just finished it... pretty fun, though very dark story.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||05/07/2021|
New PoGo thread for thode who care.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||05/07/2021|
I need that Skyrim sequel like crack. Hurry up Bethesda.
|by Anonymous||reply 129||05/19/2021|
R124 I just finished Greedfall, myself! I was a bit disappointed that there weren't many interactions between party members, but overall, I did like the unique setting and the storyline. I do think it was a bit hard to be able to romance certain characters (a woman romancing Siora was tricky--you had to answer in a way that didn't make sense in the moment or else you wouldn't get to romance her). I think they have room to grow, but I hope they put out more games.
Anyone know when the next Dragon Age will be out? It has now been 7 years since Inquisition. I wish Bioware had a big enough team to tackle Mass Effect and Dragon Age at the same time-really annoying that they pulled in the Dragon Age team for the Mass Effect Andromeda rollout and basically put the project on hold for awhile.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||05/20/2021|
R130, if I remember correctly they pretty much seemed to have started from the scratch a year or two ago with the new Dragon Age. I remember reading speculation from the game press that we shouldn't expect anything in maybe 3 to 4 years. Bioware has been a total mess for quite some time and all the time they wasted on Anthem when they could've been making Dragon Age 4 is just heart breaking.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||05/20/2021|
Really loved "Outriders" personally (though the story is... DARK). Not any gay content, really. But it's a fun game.
|by Anonymous||reply 132||05/20/2021|
It's seriously old, but I love Deadly Premonition because it's quirky as hell. Plus one of the bosses is a tranny in a sexy red dress!
|by Anonymous||reply 133||05/20/2021|
I JUST PLAYED MY VERY FIRST ELECTRONIC VIDEO GAME GUYS I JUST BOUGHT PONG
|by Anonymous||reply 134||05/20/2021|
Dragon Age 4 doesn't have an official release date yet but is probably coming out next year or in 2023. Here's the teaser trailer:
|by Anonymous||reply 135||05/21/2021|
Are there mods to make Skyrim look less dull and muddy?
|by Anonymous||reply 136||05/22/2021|
[quote] Dragon Age 4 doesn't have an official release date yet but is probably coming out next year or in 2023.
[italic] "We do know that it's likely still quite a ways off. In August 2020, then general manager Casey Hudson described Dragon Age 4 as still in "early production". [/italic] (pcgamer)
That was only 10 months ago. AAA games can take easily 4-5 years to perfect. Dragon Age 2 is notorious in the gaming world for its rushed production and I very much doubt Bioware would risk to go through the same disaster again. Although with Bioware being what it is these days anything is possible.
That said I'm sure they've tons of assets created earlier they can reuse, and it's quite possible they've achieved more than they're publically saying. Inquisition was so rich with all kinds of gorgeous material from various artists that I'm sure they left a lot of it unused at that time. But the reality is Anthem was supposed to be their Destiny-like money maker and they poured practically all their resources on creating and maintaining it. There was little time left for anything else, or at least that's what I remember from an article. I do feel sorry for their workers who spent all that time creating a failure.
|by Anonymous||reply 137||05/22/2021|
Bioware better get their shit together. They need a success before they disappear into oblivion completely.
|by Anonymous||reply 138||05/23/2021|
r122 I know it was a remaster rather than a remake but I wish they'd redone it enough so you can start Kaidans gay relationship in the first game. I hadn't really realised when I first played back then how unsatisfying the start of the romance with him actually is in 3.
|by Anonymous||reply 139||06/10/2021|
The AC: Valhalla DLC in Ireland has ZERO opportunities for a male character to romance another male. But plenty for a male to romance a female. This was very annoying.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||06/10/2021|
I want Saints Row 5 so bad. I wanna make some hot, muscular, hung characters to play with already. I wonder if there will be romance/sex options.
|by Anonymous||reply 141||06/10/2021|
I want more DLC for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, it's a great game and it needs more content.
|by Anonymous||reply 142||06/10/2021|
r140 That DLC was pretty crap in general. I'm hoping the Paris one is better and will let us bang Rollo though. Seems like he'd be up for anything.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||06/10/2021|
I really hope Sony sort out the PS5 mess soon, I've been trying to get one for ages.
|by Anonymous||reply 144||06/10/2021|
I played Nioh 2 for the first three months of the year, finishing the third DLC, then just doing co-op, helping other people. It was great, and I made the hottest character I’ve ever designed in a game.
Then I played Marvel’s Avengers on PS Now. I had its good points, but the game got incredibly tedious. I’m definitely opposed to the whole ‘live-service’ concept.
I’ve started replaying Horizon Zero Dawn, then I’m replaying God of War and Spider-Man. I love my Sony exclusives. I played Days Gone last year and loved it. Highly recommended, and I don’t even like zombies.
|by Anonymous||reply 145||06/10/2021|
Just started Dark Arisen on Xbox One. Interesting so far.
|by Anonymous||reply 146||Last Saturday at 7:18 PM|