Detention- It is a great game. This a taiwanese horror game that has a very deep and good story. To me, in the end, it made me cry but not a lot. It's an amazing game. Detention topped the games ranking on Steam in Taiwan and reached 6th in Steam ranking globally within 3 days of its release.
Oxenfree for sure watched it in a walkthrough without commentary because the soundtracks and characters voices are pretty cool, the characters themselves are quite endearing, the game has a unique atmosphere, very emotional game, a piece of art if you want to know more about this game nightschoolstudio.com/oxenfree…
I'd be lying if I said I didn't know Undertale. I mean, it's been all the talk at my school last year and this year. Heck, I see sidewalk chalk drawings of Sans from time to time! HOWEVER, I have never played the game and I may not want to. Why? Primarily, it's because I spoiled myself by watching TONS of videos including final bosses and stuff like that. They say it's best playing it blind, but I ruined that...Actually, I did play the Undertale demo, but that was WAAAAY after the actual game was released. I just wanted to play a bit of it for myself. I probably won't play it until the future or maybe not at all, who knows.
Now, a game that gave me the most amazing experience in my life? A game known as Sonic Generations (PS3 Version). As a guy who's been a Sonic fan for almost his entire life (starting at 4-5), this game that celebrates the blue blur's 20th Anniversary was a large love letter to fans like myself. The visuals were a prime highlight and the gameplay was memorable. At the end of the credits, there's a little treat with a bunch of fans yelling "HAPPY BIRTHDAY SONIC!" and that made me tear up a little when I first heard that.
This game means a lot to me and it's unfortunate that I never owned it. I merely played it thanks to my cousin who was kind enough to lend it to me for a year (why a year? I dunno! ), but I love Sonic the Hedgehog to death, even with his ups and downs (fortunately, I was too young to even understand Sonic 2006, so I had the pleasure of not feeling the pain other fans felt when they played that wreck...My condolences to those who played it at that time.)
A second choice for the most amazing experience would go to Sonic Unleashed (PS2 Version). I was 8 at the time, I saw the commercial for it, asked my Mom to buy it, and wouldn't you know it, she took me to get it on the FIRST DAY. Now, all I had at the time was a PS2 (I didn't get a PS3 until the 8th Grade, when I was like 14 or something), so I had to get the PS2 version, but I still had an amazing experience nontheless! People may not like the Werehog and his gameplay, but I actually like it! I'm one of the few in the crowd who would go back and replay it on my spare time! Hehe, I still like the Day stages more, but I would come back to the Night stages. Anyway, the reason I adore this game is because of the presentation. The story, the voices, the music, the visuals, OMG it's so amazing! The PS3 is even more amazing because of the content that the PS2 didn't have and the HD GRAPHICS!! It's a wonderful game and I will love it until my time's up!
That's okay, most people don't see it that way. All they want is their PvP experience of Stonehenge(King of the Hill), El Dorado(Capture the Flag), Fusang Projects(Domination), and Shambala(Search & Destroy). I'm use to it, but there is so much more to the game. The Story mode is truly massive!
Well if you want Lore and Story missions, "The Secret World" has that in Spades! I've been playing it since Winter 2012 A.D. and still haven't found every piece of Lore yet( though that could be because I'm just not very good at gaming in general ). The graphics probably seem dated if you are looking for cutting edge games but if you want something with substance and something that will suck you into the Story, I highly recommend the game. Especially now since they started doing free trials.
What is it about? You have gotten my inner Aveyond obessor started!! The horror!! *cracks knuckles* okay so.........
There's actually several different storylines in the Aveyond series, although they all interconnect. Aveyond: Rhen's Quest is about a teen girl named Rhen who's world is in grave danger because of a ancient and powerful demon called Arhimen who seeks to take it over and destroy it. The demon kidnaps the Druids that hold balance in the world and Rhen must go on a quest with some friends to save the Druids and stop Ahriman before it's to late.
Aveyond 2: Ean's Quest follows these two elfs who live in a little vale separate from the world, but when one is kidnapped by a evil Snow Queen and has her spirit taken from her preventing her from returning home until she can regain her entire soul, she and her friend Ean have to go on a quest that takes them all over their world and even down into the underworld to regain her spirit, and stop the Snow Queen's rule of terror.
Aveyond 3: The Orbs of Magic Saga is a four part game series that follows a orphaned thief who's yanked into a world of magic and vampires and prophecies when she discovers that she's related to a powerful Dark Mage and has a prophecy over her life that decrees she will one day take over Aia (her world) using four powerful Orbs. A evil vampire is trying to use her to fulfill the prophecy against her will using the Orbs so she and her friends end up in a desperate race to find and destroy the Orbs before the vampire gets them is hopes of stopping the prophecy.
Lol as you can tell Aveyond is one of my favourite things, I'm just a fountain of useless Aveyond info
I just finished Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. I love this game so much I beat it 3x is like 2 days. It is incredibly immersive, and story driven. It was one of the only games where I felt like I was role playing the protagonist Adam Jensen, as a hero, rather than just playing a character throughout the game. The art in the game is incredible, from the interior design to architecture, to character design. The game subtly hints at a lot of real world problems including the state of the environment, overpopulation, corrupt government, coercive media and racism. The game is completely free roam, and you can complete any parts of it in any order pretty much besides the story missions. There are many different ways to complete every mission, whether it be combat or stealth, and the game does a great job of rewarding efficient game play with more points. You find that Adam Jensen is a key part in something big that he is on the verge on uncovering. If you like the Metal Gear series, I would HIGHLY recommend this game. If you aren't into searching for clues, reading, puzzle solving and a lot of dialog, stay away from it. It's not meant to be a first person shooter, It's meant to be a first person perspective of a mechanically augmented man in an anti-aug world, preventing future bloodshed by tracking down a terrorist organization behind the "Aug Incident" which was the greatest loss of human life in history. It is meant to be played like a mystery and is presented beautifully.
You know, I actually have this game on my wishlist! I will get it sometime in the future after I buy the console, from what I've seen and heard it's a great experience and your comment just reinforced this!