So this week I'm playing Portal Stories: Mel which is a community developed free mod that lays on top of Portal 2.
All you need to do is own the original game.
I've been playing a lot of PlanetSide 2. It's free to play now on PlayStation 4. So I've been playing Telltale Games', Game of Thrones.
It's based on the HBO series but it's not about those characters, it's about an entirely different northern house and sometimes some of the characters from the show show-up.
I've been playing Rocket League, and it is a blast.
It is competitive as it gets.
I can't remember the last time I've played a game where I am standing up screaming And other people.
There's brand new stories, new puzzles, and part [UNKNOWN]
It's been pretty mellow so far, wasn't Game of Thrones, it didn't really capture that tension and that anxiety, but the most recent episode, not only was it extremely nerve-wracking, but it made me cry.
Massive player battles in an open world.
You can't really beat that.
Simple, easy easy to play and hard to master.
It is awesome.
Tell Tale is doing a really good job of making you really feel like you are playing The Game of Thrones.
And that you are navigating these conversations and these people's motives to Further your own in a way that's both dangerous and entertaining, so I would check it out.
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