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I don't know about RPSers, or whether there are many in game at all, but there are plenty of cabals. Your best bet might be to do a general search online or on the TSW forums to find one you like the...
Glad to hear you're having fun!
Still hooked here and I haven't even touched the additional content added in the DLC "Issues".
I know some of the answers at least but I confess to taking the odd hint here and there, too. I guess that's why they included the in-game browser. With Kingsmouth being a kind of training ground, I...
I'm pretty new to it myself but, yes, basically wasd+qe ...and particularly q+d or e+a for circle strafing in combat. I find that once I have the target selected (Tab if need be to select), I don't...
Not using the mouse for the attacks takes getting used to. I remapped to the number pad, and it's pretty much second nature now. Yes, as you say, it's quite refreshing getting stuck a bit, especially...
I'm sure there have to more of us out there!
Terrific game, though maybe a little challenging at first.
Picked this up in the recent Steam sale. Takes a bit of getting used to but I'm addicted after having sworn never to play another MMO many years ago.
Anyone out there still playing it?
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10-01-2014, 12:52 AM
The Devil Rides Out by Dennis Wheatley
The quality of the writing is very poor and the prejudices must have been questionable even in its day, I would imagine. But it's a great yarn nonetheless.
It's a pardon, and I think it's important that we don't try to revise history and wipe it clean, but rather we should learn from it. It stands as yet another example of why victimising people because...
I agree with you both.
Still, it's a very powerful, positive symbol given what's going on elsewhere in the world at the moment.
21-12-2013, 10:38 PM
Yes, I struggled with Gravity's Rainbow, but there were moments of real brilliance in there. I think I'll try one of his shorter ones next. Thanks.
21-12-2013, 10:37 PM
I haven't, and reading the blurb on Amazon it sounds like just the thing. Thank you!
21-12-2013, 03:19 PM
I got about a quarter way through it a few years ago but set it aside for some reason. Might be a good time to try again...thanks.
21-12-2013, 03:17 PM
I'm a big fan...read 'em all I think! But that's definitely the kind of thing I enjoy.
21-12-2013, 02:02 PM
I'm coming to the end of my current backlog of reading.
Can anyone recommend something for me?
Ideally, I'm looking for something literary, original, and with a bit of black comedy thrown in. I...
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19-12-2013, 02:04 PM
Ah, but few writers are more florid than Wilde! The difference between the prose of Wilde and Dickens, however, is that while Wilde often has the ear of a poet, Dickens has the ear of a Christian...
14-12-2013, 12:09 AM
Madame Bovary by Flaubert
Reading it because I thought I ought to.
10-12-2013, 12:46 AM
The Tenant (Polanski)
A forgotten gem, in my opinion.
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26-11-2013, 11:20 PM
I had to listen to Hilary Mantel talking once. She was wise to start writing things down instead.
26-11-2013, 11:17 PM
Now reading Duluth by Gore Vidal
It's such a shame that Vidal's inventive literary fiction (e.g. Messiah, Kalki, Myra Breckenridge/Myron, Live from Golgotha, Duluth etc.) is overlooked. His...
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