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Favorite Games

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  1. This topic came up on the latest Crate & Crowbar Two that spring to mind are playing Liar's Dice in real life after playing it a ton in Red Dead Redemption and traveling to Morocco partially because of the Hitman level. I was trying to decide on somewhere to travel to and Hitman 2016's Marrakesh level reminded me of a desire to travel to North Africa. A friend learned how to play an ocarina because of Zelda, i assume this was pretty common. What about yall?
  2. Video Game Recommendations

    I assume that not everyone can know everything about what new games are out, or even all the old ones that they should really play. So I made this thread where people can name some games off the top of their head that they enjoyed and other users could recommend something based on those. While similar games are fine, it is even better if you can recommend games that on the surface do not share a whole lot of similarities with the suggestions but would still be entertaining based on the aggregate of someone's list.
  3. Velocity 2x

    This is a recent addition to PS+ that has taken me by surprise. Not only did it hit PS+ on its release date, but its really good. Velocity 2x is basically a shmup and a 2d platformer, where you switch between your ship, and your character to enter space stations in order to open up more areas for your ship to go, which are gated by force fields. So no only is it 2 cool genres within one game, but as the title suggests, it's all about speed. The aim of most levels is to do it as fast as possible, and you have a bunch of tricks to help you. There's a teleport that can be used in both the shmup and platformer stages. It's mainly for traversal through walls, but can also be used to get through the levels way faster. The shmup sections also have a boost, which lets you move the screen. So the player controls the screen scrolling. There are leader boards too, so get to it! Especially if you have PS+, since this fantastic game is free for both PS4 and vita. Platforming: Shmup: