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I like games like GTA: San Andreas and Yakuza 6 and Red Dead Redemption 1 because they incorporate some RPG elements into what amounts to a button-mashing action game. I enjoy the combination. The Dynasty Warriors franchise had some bright moments too.
My question is basically this: Do any of you know of any games like this for the PS4 that are any good
And, if you've played the Yakuza franchise, is it worth it to get Yakuza-0 or perhaps some of the games prior to 6? I enjoyed Yakuza 6 but it's a short game, ignoring the cutscenes. I bought it then proceeded to beat it several times in a row, so it has good replay value but I'm bored of it already.
I don't have a PS4, but one series I've loved since the beginning (PS2/PSP) is Monster Hunter. The current release, Monster Hunter World, is beautiful, has some rpg elements, 14 different weapon types with respective styles, and shines when you play with others (online co-op.) It's available on current gen systems and PC. You can pretty much play the entire game solo if you choose, but imo it's a far better experience with companions.
I have played Destiny 2 for a while and was nice. But I am PC-Player, I do know that it is available for some consoles, but don't know if it is available for PS4 specifically.
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A lot of programmers say they are into Monty Python books and films. I really can't figure why. I once tried watching a Monty Python sketch, it was unbearable!. Someone enlighten me, what's the big deal with Monty Python?
Depends on the sketch - time hasn't been kind to all Monty Python humour, it never is. La Petomane was one of the finest artsy-fartsy stage performers of his time, but a hundred years later and he'd be booed off Youtube!
Humour is to a large extent cultural, topical to the mores of a community, and Monty Python spent a lot of time (and very, very little money) stretching the boundaries of the society they lampooned so well.
Some has survived: Galaxy Song[^] for example.
Others ... sadly only the older among us remember the cultural limitations which made it so brilliant then.
And of course, some of it was total cr@p even then ...
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