I've been back on Witcher 3 with the dlc recently and have been blown away all over again. I've finished Heart of Stone and thought the story and additional content, characters and creatures were excellent and the missions were incredibly compelling. I'm currently playing through Blood and Wine and it's absolutely massive! Toussaint is a beautiful backdrop for some amazing new missions and a compelling (so far) story.
I promise I'll stop talking about Witcher eventually.
I also picked up the Elder Scrolls Online recently and so far I'm a bit underwhelmed. I'm not much of an MMO fan but I enjoyed both Oblivion and Skyrim immensely so thought I'd give it a try. So far it feels like an empty and stripped down Skyrim but it's still early days, I'll persevere and get a bit stronger before I make a real judgement.
Need to get back into witcher, played loads on launch but not played much since, was waiting for all dlc to be out. Eso is definitely an acquired taste, I enjoy for a weekend blast then I leave for a few weeks , doesnt give me the same must urge play as any of the other elder scrolls, my god when morrowind came out I was absent for weeks and weeks
Ah Morrowind it was the first ES game I played. I was used to Zelda and Fable so I immediately started picking up every object in a room and got trounced by the owner immediately! Oblivion got me through my 3rd year of university, I divided my time between exploring Cyrodiil, Work and watching Neighbours. Simpler times!
Haha, I did exactly the same,spent many a time running from guards.living my life in morrowind and ignoring the world,had pc version and Xbox version, then family came along and dragged me kicking and screaming into the real world, but I still get chance to lose myself in them games from time to time, funny enough just started oblivion again with loads of mods, almost feels like a different game.
Have been enjoying WoW Legion, they have done much better with this expansion than the last 3. The class hall scenario makes your class questing unique in a sense, which means good replayability for different characters.
And crafting is back somewhat, in a much more difficult version of it, now you have to work hard to earn your professions which is good.
The new level system makes it challenging no matter where you go, zones are no longer a specific level range, the mobs level with you.. thus again making where you quest your choice.
Although the start of each class it is difficult until you get your first Artifact weapon then it gets more manageable.
Stay away from the new Dalaran underbelly though.... it is certainly troll central there.
I gave the Battlefield Beta a go last night with a few friends and it was... alright. I'm not a particular fan of Battlefield or Cod but this was an interesting take on the genre using WW1 era weaponry and tactics. One of my friends i was playing is a bit of a history buff so I'd get a running commentary on historical accuracy such as the early phonetic alphabet. Although hearing we'd lost objectives 'Apples' and 'Butter' always got a good laugh.
I am playing Call Of Duty Black Ops 3 on my Xbox One. (Still like a bit of BO1 and 2 on the 360) And yes I am still playing FFX and FFX-2 HD Remastered on my PS3. Tried FF Type O HD Xbox One and was not impressed so thats just sat on a shelf with all my other Final Fantasy Games.
@Tidus I played through the FFX & FFX-2 remaster on PS3 a while back. What did you think to the changes they made to X-2? I thought they improved the game quite a bit with the strange monster team dynamic. Also did you play that endless tower mode? I think it's called final mission but I could be thinking of something else.