Posts about Action games
Platform(s): PS2 but could be PS1
Genre: Third person action/Hack n' Slash i think
Graphics/art style: Early 2000s 3d i dont recall it being anything special other than the neo-tokyo setting
I know its not a lot to go on but my memory is pretty vague. All i recall is the setting.
I've had a lot of suggestions on r/Ps2 and here is a list of games that i was suggested that are not the game in question
The plan, the shield, indigo prophecy, Samurai western ,The Matrix , Nanobreaker, The Bouncer, Shinobi/Nightshade, Deus Ex, Baroque, Digital Devil Saga, Maken Shao, Crimson Sea 2,Crimson Tears, Ghost in the Shell, Extermination, Bujingai, Appleseed EX , Cowboy Bebop
The first is probably the one most people look forward to, Wo Long: fallen Dynasty, the spiritual sequel to Nioh. It can basically be described as "Nioh Gaiden", as it feels like a mix of Nioh and Ninja Gaiden.
The second is Square Enix's Valkyrie Elysium. This is more of a classic character action game. A bit like Devil May Cry, though not as deep combat. Also pretty fun and it has convinced me to buy it when it releases. It's basically an anime take on Ragnarök, you play as one of Oden's valkyries.
Playing: Hercules Action Game. One of very few Disney or Pixar games I've not played on the PS1. Gorgeous game, relatively easy, lots of collectibles and platforming, but some levels are a bit longer than they need to be. Overall, though.. solid game. Might finish it.
I’m looking for an action game (can be action rpg) with a satisfying game feel, controller friendly (or even ideally recommended), as little handholding as possible, and minimal cutscenes.
I do love narrative and story, but much prefer it being done through the language of games rather than cutscenes, basically games where the control is rarely if ever taken away from the player, like Outer Wilds, Souls games, Team ICO games, or even Bethesda games.
I have tried Nioh and Monster Hunter, and whilst I did enjoy my limited time with them and plan on going back, they didn’t quite scratch that itch.
Played AC:Odyssey, and did enjoy it actually, but that was enough Ubisoft formula for a lifetime for me.
Can be either online or offline, no preference.