I'm playing through Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition. I completed Rise of the Tomb Raider first because it was on the Game Pass, but I loved it so much that I had to get the first one. Microsoft Store wanted £23 for it, so I got it off CDKeys for £5.99. Win win!
DMC4SE and Skyrim lately, though I also recently finished Firewatch. It was pretty good and I loved the beginning of the game and the dialogue overall, but the overarching plot has some issues. Still, I enjoyed it very, very much!
A mix of things, really. I decided to finally download the huge update for The Master Chief Collection. Hugely disappointed with the supposed "fixes", so I'll probably uninstall it. Dead Rising 3, well my nephew was playing it, but I wasn't digging it so I downloaded Dead Rising 2 because I remember enjoying that more.
I need to get Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Red Dead Redemption 2, Gears of War 5, and DMC 5 when they come out.
Still going on No Mans Sky and despite some grinding im still really enjoying it and have had a few new ships, some good exosuit/ship and laser upgrades and 2 frigates and recently participated in the community event. Trying to unlock more and more base parts so I can start farming my own items and making loads of credits for one of the exotic ships and more frigates.
EDIT* 45 million for that really nice 42 inventory slot fighter I saw... man I need to make some more credits....
I got Nioh, which I didn't know I knew the meaning of since what I know as Nioh, I always saw spelled as Nio. The Nioh are the two warrior statues with angry faces you see at the entrance of a buddhist temple. Didn't get far enough in to the game to see if there was any correlation. I returned it so I could pay for my copy of 428 Shibuya Scramble, which I haven't played because after my binge with Nioh I really have to get back to work.
I can see why they gave up after this one. It feels like a soulless imitation of the original two games. The story is passable at best though the characters are one note and boring, the illusion of choice is stretched super thin since several scenes have the same dialogue regardless of whether you chose "Hero" or "Villain", and lastly the gameplay is very messy - having so many different power sets for Delsin means that each one individually is underdeveloped and having to switch between them in battle is disorienting especially when the buttons for attacks switch, for example the heavy attack for Smoke is set to R1 but when you're using Neon it switches to R2.
It's all very disappointing as I was looking forward to an InFamous game on the PS4. :'(