What game are you playing?


#241

There is a good sale for CNY on PSN Taiwan, you also get a code that will give you a 20% discount on your entire cart.

There will be 2 sales, first one ends 14th, second starts 15th.


#242

Honestly I don’t play enough games these days to care much about sales. 20% off a 60$ game is 12$ off. I’m only buying worthwhile games so it’s not enough for me to care. Maybe if I’m buying and going through a bunch of games.


#243

It’ll be 20% off on top of whatever deal they’re already offering. So if they’re offering 50% off, say, that’s $30 then get another $6 off that. But, yeah, if you weren’t interested in getting the game anyway there’s no reason why you would.

But if you wanted it, $12 off is $12 off.

Taiwan sale:

Ooh, Horizon Zero Dawn is $833 minus another $160ish. Bargain. || Star Wars Battlefront II is $740 || Sims 4 is $675 || Fractured But Whole is $805 || Assassin’s Creed Ezio Trilogy is $455 || Watch_Dogs 2 is $683 (I have the Platinum Trophy, not difficult but fun). || Skyrim Special Edition is $597 || Titanfall 2 is $444 || Battlefield 1 Revolution is $610 || Mafia III $521 ($782 for the deluxe edition) || Witcher Game of the Year $829 || Doom $390 || Uncharted 4 $833 || Final Fantasy VII $341 || Assassin’s Creed Syndicate $254 || Uncharted Collection $474 || Batman Arkham Knight $570 ($840 for the premium edition) || Saints Row IV $270 || Battlefield Hardline $111 || Dragon Age Inquisition $299 || Last of Us Remastered $354 || Watch_Dogs $335 || Tomb Raider Definitive Edition $395 || Wolfenstein New Order $193

Some good deals. Those are the prices without PS Plus. If you have Plus, they’ll be even cheaper. Plus the extra 20% off.


#244

Doom is under 300nt with PS plus and you get 20% off? It is a good deal.

If you have 3000nt worth of games in your cart, -20% you’ll pay 2400. Take that 600nt you saved and go buy 8 lunch boxes. That is a week of lunch bro! for the juicy gains.


#245

I actually just purchased 1 month of PS Plus so I could get a bit extra off. I bought:

Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition $715
Doom $233
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate $135
Wolfenstein New Order $102
Battlefront II $592

Plus I bought 1 month of Plus for $165, but it saved me a bit more than that.


#246

another sale on the 15th, looking forward to it too!


#247

It looks fun, I love RPGs


#248

This guy does good reviews!


#249

CNY part 2 sale is up for PSN users

Games don’t really seem different from part 1


#250

Playing kingdom come now. Apparently these types of games are not popular in Taiwan and no ones heard of it. You need to get a digital copy if you want to play it. Seems like Taiwanese gamers don’t enjoy RPGs much. Probably because you need a high level of English skills on deep RPG games reading and following the story and lore.

People here and also in Japan like very cartoonish games.


#251

Currently playing the 2014 2.5D remake of Strider. Absolutely brilliant if you like old-school games.


#252

You made me think of something here–what was the name of the original arcade spaceship left to right scrolling game? Or first big one anyway. I put a lot of quarters in it, but I can’t remember.


#253

Defender?

Or if you’re old enough, Choplifter? :wink:

Edit: Wait, Choplifter wasn’t at the arcades, I don’t think. It was on old green screen PCs.


#254

Bubble spinner - old but still addictive.


#255

Scramble! But maybe Defender was first.


#256

JRPGs


#257

There looked to be one or two new things added but nothing notable. Week 2 was basically a bust.

From the games I bought last week:

Horizon Zero Dawn: loads of fun, a few missions in but still obviously at the very beginning. I’m not addicted yet but I think I may really get into it soon.

Doom: looks dated but seemed okay. Only played for a few minutes. It’s funny they’re still pushing this game so hard with VR and that. It doesn’t look great, I don’t think.

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate: I enjoy it, the London setting is fun. Just opened sandbox mode so still much to do (but there only seems to be a few main missions). Find the controls smoother than the last AC game I played (Black Flag).

Wolfenstein: pretty cool, lots of different weapon options.

Battlefront II: Really digging finally having a single player campaign. Haven’t tried multiplayer but I’m also not that interested. Had the first game and barely played it. I’m about 4 missions deep into this. Would have hated it at full price but I’m okay with what I paid.


#258

I think Defender was first, but R-Type was my favorite.


#259

Can’t argue with that! Actually, was gonna mention R-Type as it was also my fave, but thought Defender was probably older.


#260

I also thought week 2 would have a discount code for Taiwan PSN users but, it didn’t and I bought nothing from week 1 :frowning: