I've had this for a long time and always meant to get round to it. Well, now I finally have. I've just arrived in China and I'm really enjoying it so far. The setting is great, and I like how much they're actually exploring the idea of transhumanism. Cyberpunk is my favourite form of sci-fi (if you count it as a sub-genre rather than its own thing), and coming off System Shock 2, which has plenty of cyberpunk themes, I'm responding well to Deus Ex. I really enjoyed the orignal from Ion Storm and I'm having fun with this so far.
Eidos Montreal have certainly done a better job with this than they did with Thi4f. Now let us never speak of it again.
It's interesting you mention that. I picked up Human Revolution at Gamestop for three bucks on a lark the other day. I find it a bit frustrating but it's alright. It certainly pales compared to its illustrious predecessor. I played it before. Finished it in a week and got my money back before Gamestop's return policy timed out. For three bucks I think I'll keep it this time.
A couple of nights ago, however, I got severely motion sick after playing it for too long. I'm not eager to jump back into it any time soon.
Pikachu was the selling point for me in that and the only thing that really kept me entertained in an otherwise pretty boring game both story and gameplay wise. They probably knew that, thats why you can interact with him so much. No regrets though, I almost wish the game was a bit longer. Every pikachu should be this pikachu.
So ordinarily I would have no interest in Not Another OPPIN WHAARLD!! Crafting Game, but a buddy of mine graciously gifted me a steamkey so I couldn't refuse. It's pretty sweet, actually. Rough but functional and still in development. There is so much potential for this game and it's surprisingly solid enough as it is already but there's so much content left to add to really live up to its potential. It's got some balancing issues and the odd glitch here and there but nothing that can't be buffed out.
The multiplayer is absolutely hysterical if you play it with good people and I've been having a blast with our small band of exiles, but I hear it can get awfully chaotic if the server has PvP and destruction settings wide open. It's enjoyable enough solo as well, but better with friends.
I play League of Legends through eSports platform https://dreamteam.gg/lol now. That's much more entertaining. I can find new players for my team and create my own tournaments. Want to join a pro team one day.
Max Payne, the first one. Such a classic crime noir game, but it can be challenging for a beginner. I love using the Bullet Time feature and using the elusive Pancor Jackhammer automatic shotgun (only one specimen exists in real life). I also like Max's narrations and how most of the cutscenes are presented as a graphic novel.