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Hey, to four-year-olds that's a lifetime ago.
Honestly looking back at these past four years it does feel like a really long time
Hi r/gaming. I just bought a PS5 and was thinking of buying Spiderman Miles Morales. Does it still hold up today?
Gameplay is good but the graphics look like they're from 2020
Same with the witcher 3, a brilliant and underrated gem
Indie game of the year
The shock! A great game is still great 4 years after release! Who would have thought!
Wow hot take
⚠️ controversial ⚠️
Reminds me of a hot take I've read last year concerning some games graphics: "Yuck, it looks so 2018".
I do hate thinking that 2017 was almost four years ago. I started my freshman year of college in Fall 2016, I’m coming up on a year since graduation in about a month. Reaching your mid-20’s feels depressing.
Don’t worry, it’s gonna get a lot worse
BotW is an old school indie classic, I get a rush of nostalgia every time I start the game and see the loading screen
wow, still brilliant after four years! who'd have thought.
Honestly, my world from 2017 doesn't exist anymore thanks to epic gaming milestones such as Fortnite, Bugsnax, The Last of Us 2, Fall Guys and Among Us
I cant believe a game from 3 years ago has aged like a game from 3 years ago
uj/ Maybe the reason this could be so surprising to some people is due to the fact that many recent games are viewed as not aging well due to (insert problems with modern AAA games here). So a game that actually remains great after the hype around it has died down seems like an anomaly in the AAA world.
Or they are circlejerking ad clicks?
Still the same price too. :/
I played a lot of Breath Of The Wild in portable mode because my bedroom got anew floor put in. Ithought you folks would like to know that.
Look there aren't that many games out and writers need work too okay
Breaking news: good game is still good
And it’s still 60€.
holy shit I can't believe 2017 was 4 years ago, I still think its 3 years ago. Which doesn't sound like that much of a difference but like its just insane to me that its already been 4 years and 4 months since 2017
Reminds me of how The Last of Us got a remaster 1 year after it came out.
Does it still hold up?
Ghost of Tsushima, underrated clasic.
*Batman: Arkham Knight still holds up visually and gameplay wise, we need a remaster*
Breath of the Wild is just as brilliant now as it was 21 hours ago
botw is overrated
Holy shit an actual controversial opinion. Consider your ass to be upvoted, kiddo.
Ok that game was good and all but let’s not pretend it’s the best thing since sliced bread. Most of the systems in place work counterintuitively and the landscapes are all the color of khaki pants.
It was absolutely groundbreaking, and almost nothing has been able to reach its standard of world design, immersion, player freedom and agency and emergent gameplay.
That was 4 years ago, it felt like 2
The game plus DLC is 80$.
uj/ I always thought that whenever someone on this sub mentioned a game that wasn't so old and said "It still holds up!" that that's just an exaggeration. But the other day I read a comment of someone calling Horizon Zero Dawn an "old game" and now there's this post right here. Since when are 4 year old games "old"? If anything, that was somewhat true during the 90s when there were a lot of radical graphical improvements within just a few years, but the improvements in game graphics slowed down a lot since then. And general gameplay mechanics haven't really improved much for even longer than that.
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/uj when will people stop sucking nintendo's dick for reinventing the wheel every couple of years?
getting really tired of it
Because they usually do the same shit over and over (outside of Metroid, it being their neglected franchise means it gets sent to others to experiment with) it seems revolutionary when Nintendo does something else for once
Minecraft, Borderlands 2, TF2, Stardew, etc.: Am i a joke to you?
I could go on but I won’t. But I could.
Funny, I just started playing the game
what is this, r/UnpopularOpinion ?
Wow, almost as if barely anything’s changed
I still remember when Jim sterling gave the game a 7/10 man that was funny
It's probably one of those websites that pays people per article, so they keep writing shit like this.
a 3 years old game is still brilliant ?
the elder scrolls franchise : hold ma GOTY award
Well, of course. You need a new Zelda game to be announced out before you can start shitting on the last one.
More like just as white and male centric as it was 4 years ago.
Male centric sure but I'm 100% sure Eiji Aonuma was not trying to appease white people.
Do you guys remember The Witcher 3?