You may have noticed that /r/gaming doesn't have discussion of Hogwarts Legacy, despite it being one of the most talked about games of the year. This is by design.
After seeing how virtually every thread about the game in the run-up to launch swiftly devolved into a debate on the franchise creator's personal views which run contrary to Rule 9 of /r/gaming, the moderator team has come to the conclusion that we are unable to provide a platform for discussion of this game while remaining an inclusive community.
Should you be interested in discussion of the game, /r/harrypottergame is a great spot for you.
I started a new playthrough as 2H barbarian orc using only 2H weapon, with blocking and healing. No stealth or bow :) It's really fun and effective
Assassin's Creed Valhalla Wins the First Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack for Video Games Category
Composer Stephanie Economou's epic score for the Dawn of Ragnarok DLC won
Here are some screenshots I took of the game 'Stray'. I highly recommend playing it. It's truly wonderful!
So, would you live in the last 2 video games you played, combined, following the rules and logic of the games, for an in game year, for 500 thousand dollars.
Recently picked it up a complete in box and beat it! Crap that last boss is hard! Made me realize why I never beat the game when I was a kid! Lol