Been having an itch to play Factorio for a few months now. I tried the Steam trial. Wasn't bad I guess. The bugs sort of threw me off. Outside of that, didn't seem too bad I guess. May give it a try.
Been up past midnight two days in a row playing it. Addicting for sure. But, I'm sort of at the point of not knowing what to do next. Man, this stuff gets deep. I'm hooked though. Be playing this weekend for sure.I can give a shout out to factorio. Open concept, efficiency driven / make it what you want game. I have not played it for a very long time, but you may make me open it up again =).
Been up past midnight two days in a row playing it. Addicting for sure. But, I'm sort of at the point of not knowing what to do next. Man, this stuff gets deep. I'm hooked though. Be playing this weekend for sure.
And since it's almost Halloween, F.E.A.R. plus the expansion packs.
Completed my second playthrough of Wolfenstein New Colossus, this time on the Wyatt timeline.I think the Fergus timeline was more believable. Honestly not sure I will ever bother with the DLC content as it sure looks too repetitive to me from what I've read about it. I didn't think New Colossus was 'bad' but it's definitely not anywhere as enjoyable as the New Order was. Performance on the other hand is fine, even on my relic of a system. I tweaked the shadow settings in the game's config file and got 30-40 FPS at 1366x768 on my $15 bios-modded R7 250. Game still looks great even on my low end setup......I'm sure Vulkan helps!I have to say what they did with Wyatt's character being turned into a recreational drug user was a bit odd to say the least, though he gets it together in the end.
On my retro box I'm playing Doom 3 at minimum settings basically mimicking the old 2004 [H] hardware guide where the minimum system was a P4 1.5GHz. I'm playing it at 640x480 with specular and high quality special effects disabled, everything else enabled. It runs decent and looks decent, and basically duplicates how I played the game when it was first released and I had a fairly low end system.