What are you playing now? (console edition) [2018-2019]

Discussion in 'Console Gaming' started by Rootax, Jan 9, 2018.

  1. Rootax

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    Yakuza 2, the remake on PS4Pro. I loved Yakuza 0, like the first remake, and now this... I'm a huge fan, and I've to say it's one of the best looking game I ever saw, I don't know what is the name of the engine used for this remake (I believe it's the same as Yakuza 6), but it's awesome.
     
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  3. Rodéric

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    Overcooked 2 !
    Cooperative mayhem in the kitchen :)
     
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    Played Overcooked 2 with a bunch of friends on my birthday recently. What a blast we had. Probably the first time I really appreciated the Joycons of the Switch because otherwise we wouldn't have had 4 controllers.
     
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    Four half-controllers! :wink: I've not played any games with a single joycon (yet!), how was it?
     
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    Was perfectly fine. You only need 3 buttons. I also don't think anyone of us was ever using the dash maneuver on purpose anyways, so 2 buttons would have sufficed. It's a great way to enjoy party games with simplistic control schemes. Like Mario Party, or Mario Kart. I wouldn't wanna use the half controllers for anything requiring a bit more complexity, though.
     
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