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  1. Avatar James K says:

    I found Mini Metro very demanding, but then I haven’t tried the endless mode.

    I finished Andromeda last week – it ended well, though with a fair few loos threads as sequel hook. Ultimately it’s side-quest structure felt like a refinement of Dragon Age: Inquisitions, but the characters didn’t land as well for me. Also the menu interface is poor – I’m really sick of interfaces deigned for consoles being used for the PC version. Overall, I still think its worth playing, though its probably worth waiting a few months for patching.Report

    • Avatar Autolukos in reply to James K says:

      I found the ending utterly anticlimactic in both gameplay and narrative. I presume there is some Trespasser equivalent DLC planned to provide a better endgame, but the base game didn’t really do it for me.Report

      • Avatar James K in reply to Autolukos says:


        Yes, I could see how you could find it underwhelming, and undoubtedly they will release a real ending DLC for it, since they’ve done that for all of their games since Mass Effect 2.Report

  2. Avatar Doctor Jay says:

    I have Mini Metro and I play it from time to time and enjoy it. If you like it, you might like Train Valley, which I really enjoyed, in blitz mode.Report

  3. Avatar Zac Black says:

    Spent most of Saturday playing the new Mass Effect, honestly, and I’ll probably do the same today. I know a lot of people don’t care for it, but I honestly have been enjoying the hell out of it.Report

  4. Avatar KenB says:

    If you have fond memories of playing text adventures, you might enjoy Jonathan Coulton’s latest video.Report