MrMurphseeksLAM wrote:Got back into Sleeping Dogs after I found a limited edition version with an artbook. Don't think I actually ever completed it. Either that or they added bits in to the remaster since the PS3 version...
[mention=100664]toshioa[/mention] that is exactly the same thing I was doing last year, just logging in to collect the free games to play later. Then the games tended to be ones I'd already bought, so I stopped my subscription. Came back this year because of Cuphead, then decided to get a three month subscription instead of rolling, so back to downloading freebies. MGS V is the big one this month, though I suspect everyone has it by now with the amount of times it has gone free. Streets of Rage trilogy is a great add, plus Vanquish is a neat Sega title as well.
Haha on the Eshop woes. Talking to someone who accidentally bought shovelware from it today, they made a good point. For all it's problems with selections of games on sale, Steam at least has begun to move on from the 'Greenlight' days of letting any old shovelware and tat on their front pages. Nintendo seems to have done that job for them instead. The EShop has turned into the new Steam Greenlight. So many non-games clogging up that place!
Sleeping Dogs is that got me back into gaming after a long break, I think the last game I completed before that was probably Super Mario Odessey which was last year i think.
Sleeping dogs is such a great game, especially if your a hong kong martial arts cop violent movie fan