Death Stranding - Hideo Kojima

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  1. Drizz06

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    I’m addicted like crazy! Have rebuilt a shit ton of roads and once you unlock the truck it becomes super easy and quick to bounce around moving shit.
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    is the unlocked truck any better than the one that I pinched from the MULE guys?
     
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    Yes much better! Carries more and cargo is protected from Timefall. Really pays to 5 star all outposts as they give rewards.

    you can also customize them
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    ok i need to stop fucking around and get one of them happening. what level is your suit? I'm at 3 i don't think it's that chunky.
     
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    Fffuuuuu I need a couple of days off work to actually put some proper time into this. Real life ugh.

    [edit] And because I can't dedicated the time I want to this game, I'm bailing on this thread because spoilers. See you dudes on the other side.
     
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    I’m still lvl3 but fitted extra battery pack to increase range. Single best thing is grenade pouches! Frees up so much space not having to carry them on ya back.
     
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    this i need!!

    did anyone else buy this edition - where do i find this part of it?

    also the dynamic theme is really nice.

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    I grabbed the collectors edition but came with same stuff and it’s on a little slip inside case.
     
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    yeah i put all the codes in, nfi how to access it. have unlocked the gold shit which i wasn't super interested in.
     
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    Ah who am I kidding?

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    So....Walking simulator or great?

    I see cars and motorbike which i didn't know was in there and i think makes the idea of it being a driving simulator a bit better than just walking for me.

    I'm neither a Kojima fan nor hater, though i'll admit i absolutely LOVED MGS5 and i played the shit out of 4. 4 was my first go at MGS and i still haven't played any besides those two. Actually i'd like to see 4 back on PS4 what anywhooooooo....
     
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    It’s a love it or hate it game just have to give it a go. I’m personally loving it and it’s been a while since I’ve invested so much time gaming.
     
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    So this seems to be doing well in Europe and Japan, and not well in the US. Kojima himself isn't surprised by that either, so he knew what he was doing.

    If every game *must* be high speed shooting people in the face, chances are you won't like this. If you want something a bit different from games, then this will satisfy you greatly.
     
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    Best games i've ever played are Witcher 3 and God of War (PS4 one), so this may be up my alley then.

    I do enjoy a good shooter but have only gotten into them again recently since not playing a shooter for over 6 years.

    Most memorable games i've invested time in: Witcher 3, God of War, Persona 5, Spider-Man.
     
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    not comparable to any of those games.
     
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    This is more like playing metal gear solid 5 as a pacifist with the point capture systems used in far cry games to drive the plot.

    Even the BT's appearing feels pretty similar to the fog scenes in MGSV now that I think about it.

    Great game though, easy to throw 4 hours at it at a time for me.
     
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    if i had to compare it to anything it'd be MGSV too. I already made the comparison earlier in the thread as well.
     
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    Good sign maybe :leet:
     
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    played a bit more last night, starting to wonder if i should have lowered the difficulty right down as i'm finding it easier to get past BT's now. Part of me (the part that loves ghost towns and urbex) just wants to wander around the environments, and make no mistake this map is pretty huge it almost feels boundless at this point in time.
     
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    Other then in the cities I haven’t ever hit a edge of the map yet. Just when you think you hit a impossible wall I find a way to get up there lol.
     

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