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It's drama, which is always fun, especially when you get to watch while an IGN employee like Dan Stapleton proudly states that the multi-million dollar multinational corporation he works at has four...
Today, 09:50 PM
Gran Turismo games have a decent mix, and learning the tracks is actually quite fun. On the 40th iteration of tracks like Monza and Spa-Francorchamps it takes a me only a few laps to find the limits...
Today, 09:17 PM
The question of tracks is an interesting one. Having spent quite a sizeable amount of my gaming time on racing games, I've come to a point where a list like yours makes me cringe whereas it would...
15-04-2014, 09:00 PM
It's great to see Richard Burns Rally being mentioned. What a great game! I don't think any rally game has come even close since it came out, all those years ago.
While we wait for Assetto Corsa...
15-04-2014, 08:35 AM
An amusing Game of Thrones episode. This was always going to happen, wasn't it? Some thoughts: I'm starting to like Pedro Pascal as Oberyn Martell, and I hope he sticks around for a while now that...
The three things that come to mind are:
First, the Logitech MX 518 mouse (and its later versions). Never had another piece of computer hardware even remotely as perfect.
14-04-2014, 09:28 AM
The first episode of the fourth season, which aired last week. Dutch HBO is a little behind, but only by a few days.
Two from Batman: Arkham City.
13-04-2014, 09:06 PM
Watched Game of Thrones with a friend. It's all-right, in the way that watching the World Cup or 'reality' TV is all-right: there's fun and drama in seeing things play out and the whole package is...
13-04-2014, 07:12 PM
Finished Batman: Arkham City earlier today. There's a few more things to do though, it seems, and I did buy the Harley Quinn DLC so there's that. The finale was a bit of a let-down, as earlier boss...
12-04-2014, 07:34 AM
Azeroth, without a doubt. Pre-Catclysm Azeroth I should specify, because for some reason - be it familiarity gone too far, a change in design philosophy to put more emphasis on the player character's...
11-04-2014, 10:27 AM
I am actually using a 360 controller. The movement isn't much of a problem, I suppose I just got annoyed with the whole 'oh noes, another disruptor!' shenanigans around the museum. Thankfully I've...
Couldn't that also be a good thing? I mean, an emotional 'moment' suggests to me some sort of scripted storytelling. There's nothing wrong with that in theory, but I've always found the most emotions...
08-04-2014, 04:07 PM
Excellent comment. The proliferation of preview, first look, beta access, Kickstarter funding halted, next up on E3, industry insider 'controversy' etc. articles has definitely reduced the number of...
There was a thread about this a while ago, which might contain some good suggestions.
In that thread I mentioned Call of Duty (2003), and specifically the storming of the Reichstag.
05-04-2014, 09:25 PM
Playing some Batman: Arkham City. Not really enjoying it so far. There's a lot of running around back and forth, fighting dumb goons that offer no challenge whatsoever, but with a control scheme that...
Women warriors are most certainly the exception, but given the long history of mankind, and the many times warlords and their ilk have caused havoc throughout the lands, there are nevertheless...
05-04-2014, 12:28 PM
Or Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade, apparently:
But in any case, with regards to Steam allowing more and more games onto their store, I'll take having to do some...
This is, at least in part, true: in Iraq, islamists have on numerous occasions resorted to tricking mentally disabled children into carrying out these bombings.
In addition to the mentioned...
It wasn't in Windows 8.0, but 8.1 is quite persistent about demanding you log-in. There are ways around it, though.
Move mouse to the right of the screen, or swipe the touchpad from the right, click Settings > Control Panel > Network and Sharing.
Wonderful timing! Crysis 3 is indeed a fantastic looking game, as these screenshots prove beyond doubt, but I don't much care for the colours. They seem a bit off, exaggerated, I suppose.
Having now used Windows 8 for a while on my laptop, I have to say the lack of a Start button doesn't bother me too much any more. I start all the programs I use from the taskbar, and you can still...
01-04-2014, 09:46 AM
Norwegians are asked to name something typically Norwegian. The creativity knows no bounds.
I prefer the maps in RCT1, but that's probably nostalgia. RCT2 should be the go-to choice for people new to the series. RCT3 is fine for what it is, though, but it was quite different from the...
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