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    Yeah, so I know this won’t be everyone’s taste, but I thought I’d bring it up in case no one else was talking about it. Gate Zero is a sort of open world, exploration type game that takes place in ancient Israel, where you get witness various Biblical events unfold. Basically involves time shenanigans similar to the Assassin’s Creed games, you know you’re there in mind, but you’re body is in chair somewhere. Anyway, beyond just exploration, it also allows you to customize your character, there’s some puzzle and stealth elements in the game, dialogue options even (though I’m not sure how in depth). It’s meant to be family friendly, so probably pretty basic, but I still believe the premise on it could make for a neat game. I’ve always wanted to see a Bible game and for that reason, I hope it gets the funding needed. They have a Kickstarter that ends July 6th (well, 5th midnight, but same deal). They also have a trailer on Youtube and the game itself will be on Steam, with optional multiplayer via Mobile. So yeah, there it is, just thought I’d bring that to ya’lls attention for anyone who might be interested. If not that’s cool, maybe you know someone who is or would be.


    • This topic was modified 8 months, 2 weeks ago by Pageousphere.

    Everyone goes for the main characters, brands and franchises. I think for underground artists like Gigga, it might be a good idea to go small. They talked about 300 recently. 300, TRON, BeastMaster, Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, Starship Troopers, Bruce Lee as Young Grasshopper in show Kung Fu, The A-Team, Shinobi, Dragon’s Lair, Space Ace, Anything with Dungeons and Dragons, Half-Life, SpellSlinger, The GreatCoats, Ranger’s Apprentice, MineCraft, MistBorn by Brandon Sanderson, Joust, Kzin-Wars, Star Trek, Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon, Yul Brynner, ElfQuest, Assassin’s Creed, RedGuard, etc. are all things that these other MidJourney channels will neglect. If a person wants to make little short videos on neglected, steal, under-the-radar franchises, there is content and subject matter out there if you look. Robotech, G-Force, Mad Max, Robocop, Judge Dredd, Madmartigan from Willow, etc. Also, these are all things that I’ve seen on this site. Exo Squad was one I never even heard of, so no one is gonna MidJourney that one.

    The Batman 1974, directed by Francis Ford Coppola


      Just finished Stray, and really enjoyed it. Exploring the city as a cat was very fun, along with being as mischievous as I could. Being able to climb up on so many places kind of reminded me of the old Assassin’s Creed games I played on the 360, except you’re climbing around as a cat instead of a human. I really tried to explore as much of the environments as I could. The story was more interesting than I expected. Got my face grinning, and admittedly even got my eyes watering. I expect to go back to collect the other secrets and collectables that slipped passed me. Definitely would recommend this game to someone.

      • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by CamoJakIV.

      Assassin’s Creed Mirage – Official Reveal Trailer | Ubisoft Forward 2022
      Sep 10, 2022 Ubisoft has fully revealed Assassin’s Creed Mirage, a new action-adventure game in the series focused on stealth and parkour. Revealed as part of Ubisoft Forward’s Assassin’s Creed Showcase, Assassin’s Creed Mirage casts you as Basim Ibn Ishaq and is set in the city of Baghdad, twenty years before the events of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.


      Valhalla is low key woke, canon is that Eivor is female, even though the character is Odin reborn,  there are also the odd diverse Viking…which I don’t believe is very accurate correct me if I’m wrong, also numerous gay relationships in game which are hinted at. It feels like they are trying to force feed you it without shoving it down your throat.

      If that annoys the hell out you don’t even get me started on the combat, I miss the days when you were a skilled assassin where you had the ability to clear numerous enemies looking like a total fucking ninja, Valhalla is basically bash the hell out the button to slash your opponent about 10 times before they die and dodging their unstoppable attack.

      It’s an enjoyable game don’t get me wrong but the golden age of Assassin’s Creed is over.

      • This reply was modified 2 years, 2 months ago by JJIRONADDICT.

        I’m a published author myself with five (going on six and counting) books thus far. My series is Black Sun, a Space Opera story.


        1. Rise of the Flint Pirates
        2. Quest of the Siren
        3. Legacy of the Predecessors
        4. Call of the Moon
        5. Curse of the Nebula (In Publication)
        6. Fury of the Phoenix (Writing)

        Summary (Rise of the Flint Pirates)
        It is a harsh existence for the Flint Brothers. Hunted from one end of the galaxy to another by their late mother’s enemies, forced into hiring themselves out to different ships and crews in order to survive, the brothers endure the bleakest of livelihoods. Then a mysterious yet alluring stranger comes before them with something they can’t refuse: an offer of hope.

        That hope is U-7501, a prototype warship of unrepresented power. She is docked within Rochelle Station, one of the most secure fortresses to exist. Completely ready to be stolen.

        Rochelle is both technologically advance and heavily defended. To sneak in and steal this prized warship will require the perfect mixture of cunning, verve, and luck. It sounds nearly impossible, but as the brothers and their crew of rogues and scoundrels discover, it is only when they set sail with their prize that the impossible really happens.

        General Design and Influences
        As you can tell from the above, Black Sun is a space pirate oriented series. Its main influences are, again as you can imagine, the works of Leiji Matsumoto (Space Battleship Yamato, Space Pirate Captain Harlock), alongside the usual suspects of Star Trek, Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, etc. If you’re a fan of any of these, swashbuckling stories (Captain Blood) mixed with science fiction/fantasy themes (Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag), this series is for you.

        Where You Can Find It

        Artwork and Profiles


          Here is my list. Next to them my score, with current user score from metacritic in brackets.

          • Cyberpunk 2077 8.5 (3.5)
          • The Last of Us Part II 9.5 (5.7)
          • Assassin’s Creed Odyssey 8.0 (6.4)
          • Ghost Recon Wildlands 9.0 (6.3)
          • Alpha Protocol 8.5 (7.5*)
          • Call of Duty Infinite Warfare 9.0  (3.7)
          • Need For Speed: The Run 7.5 (6.2)
          • Dragon Age 2 8.5 (4.6)
          • DeusEx Invisible War 8.0 (6.4)
          • Tresspasser 7.5 (6.9*)

          *These were very poorly recieved initially, but user score seems to come around since then.

          Ghost recon mix with Assassin’s creed Star Wars would be awesome 😎

          I am hesitant to get all excited and happy over this for a couple of reasons.

          1) This game’s success depends heavily on its era. If they are dumb enough to put it in this High Republic dumpster fire….no thanks. Old Republic, sure…but I always have SWTOR for that if I get the itch. Now, of course an obvious choice is Mando time period, but why in the hell would anyone wanna play a game in a world where all roads still lead to the Disney Trilogy? There is still no evidence that they are breaking off course from that, and part of playing any open world game is losing yourself in it, becoming a part of it, because these days such games usually are a “Choices Matter” scenario.

          I just met Luke Skywalker and helped him out on a mission that altered the game’s world….too bad he’s still gonna be Jake Skywalker…immersion ruined.

          Now, as an EU guy, clearly I’m gonna be biased, cuz I’d rather play a game in that Universe where there is actually room to do stuff and feel like you are in a part of Star Wars, add into the fact that I don’t like Mando either, and I’m clearly not a target audience.


          2) I’d be wary of anything coming out of Ubisoft going forward. I’ve got a friend who is diehard for them. Loves it, but I keep reminding him of how easily these days Ubisoft bends the knee. The execs across the company may very well be SJW friendly, which means anything we get out of them could be SJW woke trash. They have a built in ready to sell to audience that will hear “Open World Star Wars game from guys who make Assassin’s Creed! Sweet, sign me up!” with no questions asked. It’s a TLOU2 possibility all over again where people will expect one thing and get another.


          So I’d be wary of anything coming out of Lucasfilm games, because the landscape of how and why things get done these days does not favor the anti-woke perspective of just wanting escapism.

          • This reply was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by Roas.

          In reply to: Quarantine Games

          Well, the first portion of the quarantine I was doing a full rewrite of a book…that took me four months from April to July, and in that time I only played three games:


          Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

          .hack Last Recode


          After I finished the book I fulfilled a promise to some guildmates to try WoW since we were not in another MMO, and that was mostly boring….which will be repeated next week when I give it one more month…which I don’t particularly have much faith in.

          Then I did a couple hundred hours in Crusader Kings III.

          Then I went back and did more Stellaris, going mod crazy with it in the process.

          Recently I finished the main game of AC: Odyssey (Platinum Trophy, baby), and today I’ve cracked open one of my Xmas presents Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Edition.


          Yeah, 2020 is nearly over, but why not start one to at least lead into a fresh thread in 2021.

          So, I used to take part in this kind of thread on another board. I always found it a fun thing that we could all come back and refresh every couple of months. Also good for generation discussion on recommendations and warnings for games. This might be a little annoying to update, since the forums don’t allow us to edit our posts after an hour, but hopefully they will be taking out requests into account sooner rather than later.

          Without further delay here is my break down. Categories are subject to change per someone’s post/taste of representation. My following break down is how I always did it.


          Currently Playing:


          .hack//GU Last Recode: I am a huge .hack fan. Played these games over and over again for years, and I finally grabbed this for under $20 a few months ago. I step into this when I am feeling like I wanna go home again in a game.

          Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey: Very much enjoying this, but I can only do it in batches cuz it does get repetitive. I’ve put well over 100 hours in at this point, but probably only halfway through.

          World or Warcraft: I didn’t wanna do this, but some of my guildies wanted to do it, since there is nothing else to really play MMO wise these days. I gave in a couple months ago, but so far, I don’t like it. Shadowlands is its one chance to make me interested.

          Crusader Kings III: I play too much of this…too much…



          The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky 1: I really need to finish this…then play 2 and 3, because I’m told to fully enjoy Trails of Cold Steel you need to get these done.


          Waiting to Play:

          The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 1-3: I’m sitting on these til I get 4 and finish Trails in the Sky. I’m very much looking forward to these.


          Waiting to buy:

          The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 4: duh

          Pathfinder: Kingmaker: I think this will fill my need for world building plus party groups.

          Kingdom Come Deliverance: Royal Edition: I’ve avoided buying this game for years, but I think I’m ready for this all in one edition.

          Final Fantasy VII: Remake: just been waiting for a price drop. Didn’t wanna pay $60 for it. I have a good feeling about Black Friday.

          Ghost of Tsushima: I’ll get this eventually, but when the price is under $30. As cool as it is, not worth $60 for me.


          On the Distant Horizon:

          Blue Protocal: AAA MMO from Bandai Namco getting a world wise release. They are putting a whole lot of love and attention into this with listening to what fans want. This is the next major game I’m putting my guild into, looking to start a whole new full push. If this game is what I think it might be, then it may end up being amazing. I have a soft spot for FF: 14 and SWTOR, but I think this game will be amazing with its promise.


          I open the floor for everyone to share their lists and continue to discuss and update them.

          • This topic was modified 3 years, 3 months ago by Roas.

            I would buy older games that got ported over. Dragons Dogma and Assassin’s Creed 3


            In reply to: Trophy/Cheevo Thread


              This is my PSN Platinum/100% list.
              (No I didnt type all this out now. I have a file where I keep this list saved. Which is, probably, equally weird. haha)

              121. Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered (7/9/20)
              120. Assassin’s Creed II (7/1/20) PS4
              119. Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet (6/5/20) PS4
              118. Bayonetta (5/17/20) PS4
              117. BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre (4/23/20) PS4
              116. The Complex (4/21/20) PS4
              115. Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online (4/20/20) PS4
              114. Tales from the Borderlands (4/13/20) PS4
              113. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy (4/11/20) PS4
              112. Job Simulator (4/8/20) PSVR
              111. Black Mirror (4/6/20) PS4
              110. Cosmic Star Heroine (4/4/20) PS4
              109. The Assembly (3/27/20) PSVR
              108. Erica (3/27/20) PS4
              107. The Wolf Among Us (3/24/20) PS4
              106. Nitroplus Blasterz -Heroines Infinite Duel- (3/23/20) PS4
              105. Terminator: Resistance (3/14/20) PS4
              104. Marvel’s Spider-Man (2/26/20) PS4
              103. Adam’s Venture: Origins (2/25/20) PS4
              102. Intruders: Hide & Seek (12/22/19) PSVR
              101. Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown (10/16/2019) PSVR
              100. Party Hard (10/10/19) PS4
              99. One Piece: Grand Cruise (10/3/19) PSVR
              98. Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live (10/2/19) PSVR
              97. Archangel (10/1/19) PSVR
              96. The Sexy Brutale (9/17/19) PS4
              95. Deadly Premonition (9/12/19) PS4
              94 Batman: Return to Arkham- Arkham Asylum (9/5/19) PS4
              93. Saturday Morning RPG (8/25/19) PS4
              92. Lollipop Chainsaw (8/21/19) PS3
              91. Shadow of the Tomb Raider (8/14/19) PS4
              90. Life is Strange (7/26/2019) PS4
              89. Lego Jurassic World (7/22/2019) PS4
              88. Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls (7/17/2019) PS4
              87. Tekken 7 (7/7/2019) PS4
              86. Mortal Kombat 11 (7/5/2019) PS4
              85. God of War II (7/5/2019) PS3
              84. Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash (7/4/2019) PS4
              83. The Legend of Korra (6/29/2019) PS4
              82. Torn (6/20/2019) PSVR
              81. Trover Saves The Universe (6/6/2019) PSVR
              80. The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker (6/1/2019) PS4
              79. Burly Men at Sea (5/31/2019) PS4
              78. Esper (5/26/2019) PSVR
              77. Along Together (5/24/2019) PSVR
              76. Deracine (2/3/2019) PSVR
              75. Shadow of Loot Box (11/25/2018) PS4
              74. Hitman GO: Definitive Edition (9/16/2018) PS4
              73. The Order: 1886 (9/11/2018) PS4
              72. Donut County (9/11/2018) PS4
              71. God of War III Remastered (9/7/2018) PS4
              70. Weeping Doll (8/16/2018) PSVR
              69. The Playroom VR (8/4/2018) PSVR
              68. South Park: The Stick of Truth (7/28/2018) PS4
              67. The Invisible Hours (6/30/2018) PSVR
              66. Batman: Arkham VR (5/11/2018) PSVR
              65. Metropolis: Lux Obscura (4/7/2018) PS4
              64. Batman: The Enemy Within (4/6/2018) PS4
              63. Primal (1/18/2018) PS4
              62. Life Is Strange: Before the Storm (12/29/2017) PS4
              61. Mr. Massagy (6/24/2017) PS4
              60. My Name is Mayo (6/24/2017) PS Vita
              59. My Name is Mayo (6/24/2017) PS4
              58. Submerged (6/18/2017) PS4
              57. Lara Croft Go (4/1/2017) PS4
              56. Telltale’s Batman (1/18/2017) PS4
              55. Corridor Z (11/14/2016) PS4
              54. The Deadly Tower of Monsters (4/23/2016) PS4
              53. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (2/14/2016) PS4
              52. Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition (10/24/2015) PS4
              51. Touch My Katamari (4/26/2015) PS4
              50. Wolfenstein: The New Order (4/2/2015) PS4
              49. Soul Calibur II (3/20/2015) PS3
              48. Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sister’s Generation (2/21/2015) PS Vita
              47. Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell (1/31/2015) PS4
              46. Saints Row IV: Re-Elected (1/26/2015) PS4
              45. Infamous: First Light (1/19/2015) PS4
              44. The Legend of Korra (12/14/2014) PS3
              43. Sonic The Fighters (11/18/2014) PS3
              42. Sacra Terra: Kiss of Death (10/21/2014) PS3
              41. Sly Cooper and the Band of Thieves (10/15/2014) PS3
              40. Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed (10/2/2014) PS3
              39. Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 (9/20/2014) PS Vita
              38. Sleeping Dogs (8/23/2014) PS3
              37. Mass Effect 3 (8/1/2014) PS3
              36. Mass Effect 2 (7/20/2014) PS3
              35. Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection (6/12/2014) PS Vita
              34. Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate – Deluxe Edition (6/4/2014) PS3
              33. Lone Survivor (5/18/2014) PS Vita
              32. Thomas Was Alone (5/9/2014) PS3
              31. Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion XL (4/22/2014) PS3
              30. South Park: The Stick of Truth (3/23/2014) PS3
              29. Saints Row IV (2/17/2014) PS3
              28. Assassin’s Creed Liberation (2/1/2014) PS3
              27. Saints Row: The Third (1/26/2014) PS3
              26. Time and Eternity (1/9/2014) PS3
              25. Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 (12/23/2013) PS3
              24. Remember Me (10/26/2013) PS3
              23. Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory (9/26/2013) PS3
              22. Machinarium (6/24/2013) PS3
              21.The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (3/13/2013)
              20. Hyperdimension Neptunia (12/5/2012) PS3
              19. Ico (10/31/2012) PS3
              18. Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit (10/1/2012) PS3
              17. Pac-Man Championship Edition DX+ (8/25/2012) PS3
              16. God of War: Chains of Olympus (5/30/2012) PS3
              15. Final Fantasy XIII (4/27/2012) PS3
              14. Dragon Age II (2/14/2012) PS3
              13. Dragon Age: Origins (11/7/2011) PS3
              12. Alice: Madness Returns (7/16/2011) PS3
              11. Saw II (6/7/2011) PS3
              10. Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune (5/20/2011) PS3
              9. Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus (5/12/2011) PS3
              8. Nier (4/13/2011) PS3
              7. Uncharted 2: Among Thieves (3/24/2011) PS3
              6. Splatterhouse (3/17/2011) PS3
              5. Assassin’s Creed II (2/16/2011) PS3
              4. The Saboteur (10/9/2010) PS3
              3. Saw (8/16/2010) PS3
              2. God of War III (7/11/2010) PS3
              1. Bayonetta (5/17/2010) PS3


              In reply to: Dynamic Themes


                This Assassin’s Creed one is still my favourite 1594400095001874629126


                In reply to: Ghost of Tsushima

                At least we’d finally get an Assassin’s Creed Japan game where we play as a ninja.  This is why competition is important, it makes companies try and be better or at least companies that care about their consumers.

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