Seems we might possibly getting a PC port? Of course, some really fucking stupid ideas getting upvoted, but maybe it would be worth it to sign up for an account and suggest something...
For me, behind PC support with an actual server browser and custom map/game/gametype rotations, it would be fixing the horrendous UI/user experience.
I'm not holding my breath for anything 343 does, but if they made the MCC a play-anywhere game so that I don't have to buy it again on PC, that would be nice. Releasing classic Halo on Steam with full modding support would be nicer though, even if it means I have to buy them again.
There's this notion that Hideo Kojima is a genius. I don't have an opinion one way or the other because I haven't really played his games, but all these Death Stranding trailers have been incomprehensible insanity and not really a suggestion of genius, in my opinion. This seems like one of those things that, by the end, is going to raise far more questions than answers, and you're still gonna be all like: "What the fuck even happened?"
I've been playing a lot of Assassins Creed Origins lately since it was on sale last week and it takes a lot of cues from The Witcher. Not nearly as interesting a story but the combat is nice and tight and the world is the best Ubisoft has ever made. The year off was exactly what this franchise needed and I'm having a blast.
I'm curious what you like about the combat in AC: Origins. I haven't played it, but it always looked like tryhard (bad) Dark Souls combat. The animations and dodges look janky, enemies weirdly freeze when they get hit, and it seems like it takes a ton of hits to kill anything.
Been eyeing GPU's (have been using a friend's 970), but haven't pulled the trigger yet.
There's never a "good time" to buy a GPU because the next best thing is always on the horizon. I always see people saying to wait for the next generation of GPUs, but when those launch, they're hard to get and overpriced (Founder's Editions). By the time the "normal editions" reach a decent price, they announce the next generation GPUs, and the cycle continues. All of this has been exacerbated thanks to bitcoin miners driving up the prices. I bought a 1070 for $400 to replace my 760 and I'm not sure that was a good deal, but I had been wanting to bite for a while.