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  1. Oxenfree I had no idea what to expect from this, but was pleasantly surprised. The game is essentially a walking sim, but you're in almost constant conversation and the choices you make will affect the ending. Unlike a lot of dialogue trees this flowed really naturally, and the game took a few interesting turns, though I'm not entirely sure how some of my actions resulted in the ending I achieved. There was some collectables guff but I ignored that and found the game ended at just the right time. Titanfall 2 Finally got round to playing this after hearing nothing but praise for the campaign and absolutely loved it. Nothing quite beats the feeling of wall running across a chasm, jumping on to a new platform and introducing an unwitting enemy to your shotgun mid leap. Every level felt fresh and the short campaign length was perfect. Previously:
  2. Hi all, thought I would start posting in this thread as it seems a good way to track the year's gaming. Still quite a short list given its July though... What remains of Edith Finch I haven't played many walking simulators but quite enjoyed this. The way the narrative style changed for different family members was quite cool, and by the end I was quite fond of this strange family. Forza Horizon 4 + Fortune Island DLC So I haven't actually cleared every single challenge, but have invested quite a bit of time and am including this in the completed pile. One of the things I really liked was how you're free to play the game as best suits you, for example I tended to focus more on off-road races but avoided super cars like the plague. One side effect does seem to be a lack of structure in the single player campaign, but it's a minor price to pay and I'll definitely be checking out the new Lego DLC. Abzu Fun little scuba diving game in the same vein as Journey, not something I would generally buy but saw this on Game Pass and thought I would give it a whirl. While it's not quite on par with Journey there are some lovely moments and I enjoyed the few hours I spent with it.
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