The Wiggle That Killed Tarkov. G0at installed cheats to find cheaters. 60% of raids had confirmed cheaters from just his observations, and the makers of the cheats care more about security than the game devs. The video got him banned from the Tarkov subreddit - according to his follow up video. I've never played Tarkov before, and now I'm certain I'll never start. Also, I'm a lot less interested in online competitive games after watching this.
Looks even Dark Soulsier than Dark Souls. The art style looks like there are posterising filters applied to it but it works.
I really like Hyper Light Drifter so I’ve been waiting for this
I like list videos.
The Five 100%s I Enjoyed The Most
I really, really do
Ranking The 61 Games I Reviewed This Year - 2022
Mortismal is a great YouTube channel if you're into RPGs (and especially CRPGs).
Here's another good list one:
This looks like of neat
Black Skylands - Console Announcement Trailer
I bought it in early access last year. I REALLY liked the first 10 hours or so. After a bit, it did get a little repetitive and the balance problems started to show. Still, I'm very positively disposed towards the game and I hope the 1.0 version is great.
Sounds like RE4 Remake is a must play for me.
This game also sounds pretty damn good.
The demo was fun. The meta game will be teaching GPT-4 how to play the game for me
The real question is: UE5 Rocket League when?!?
I want this in VR