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Lots of potential!
What Pokemon does better:
- Recognizable characters and character design
- Modernization (e.g., removal of random invisible encounters)
What Temtem does better:
- Tactics and competitive play (fights are 2v2, complementary skills/types are very important)
- Multiplayer (Temtem has an open world with people running around, like MMOs!)
- Longevity (By not being locked into a cycle of pushing out a new game every few years like Pokemon, Temtem can continue to evolve)1 week ago
Simple, but fun
I'm the first to admit I'm not usually one for party/crazy titles — games which are only properly enjoyed if you have friends to play with.
Fall Guys is a little different, though; it's fun to drop in and just start derping around. While it's not something that us loners will probably spend multiple hour sessions on, it's still good to fire up and have a quick giggle with.
Definitely give it a try!1 week ago
More brilliance from Supergiant
Supergiant (of Bastion, Transistor, and Pyre) have truly put their past experiences of building fantastic games to good use with Hades — a roguelike where, as the son of the eponymous Hades, you're attempting to escape the underworld and discover your past.
The game is surprisingly well balanced, and is full of nice touches; characters will quip about how you last died, sprinkling lore across conversations and encounters that are a blast to play every single run. Very fun.1 month ago
A true classic
If you have a PS4, you owe yourself to play this. Even if you weren't a fan of the brutal slash 'n smash gameplay of the older God of War titles, this is worth a visit, with a completely different way of playing that plays more like modern open world adventures like Horizon: Zero Dawn or Tomb Raider. An absolute must-play.1 month ago
Easily the best asymmetrical multiplayer game
So I've sunk over a thousand hours into this game. Play it daily, talk about it daily, I even make skits and video content based on the game. I enjoy it.
While there have been other attempts at asymmetric multiplayer - where one player is matched against a group of others - none come close to the replayability that DBD has.
Plus, DBD is a horror fan's dream, with iconic characters such as Michael Myers and Freddy Krueger, as well as contemporary IPs like Ghost Face and Stranger Things.1 month ago