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23-12-2012, 10:29 AM #10881
I'm off to my vacation to Indonesia today, so for now, nothing.
...except pokemon, of courseArt blog here.
Doodles poodles sheboodles
23-12-2012, 11:04 AM #10882
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- Jun 2011
Saint's Row 3! Getting a little dull - maybe i should play more main missions.
23-12-2012, 11:17 AM #10883
My mixed Normal/Easy playthrough ended at level 40 (as an aside, easy is really easy - you never once have to stop, take cover, etc. Even Krogan Warlords and Asari Commando's go down in a handful of pistol shots!). As for the effect of skipping so much sidemissions in ME2 and 3; there will probably be less minor characters making a short reappearance, perhaps less starting bonus to resources in ME2, and I might also end up with slightly less War Assets in ME3. I'm probably also up S-creek as far as Tali is concerned, since that seems to be the most interconnected storyline throughout the three games (helping her find the Geth data in ME1, the trial in ME2, and the showdown on Rannoch in ME3). But I imagine it won't be too bad considering I tend do a fairly complete play of ME2 and 3.
Thanks for the tip on the savegame editor. I did indeed use that on my second ME2 playthrough back in 2010. It probably still works, and otherwise a replacement application will no doubt be easy to find. Scanning planets does indeed get rather tiresome.
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23-12-2012, 12:21 PM #10884
Was playing Alpha Centauri for the first time (MINDWORMS!) and now playing Drox Operative after the Wot I think.
23-12-2012, 01:22 PM #10885
My sister is playing Townsmen on her tablet and now i would like to introcude her to some better building games on pc,would "Children of the Nile" be appropriate for her,she never played citybuilding games beside TownsMen which is really casual stuff.
23-12-2012, 01:59 PM #10886
Finished Mafia II. Wow. I've posted my toughts on a thread elsewhere but for here suffice to say that it is is a game which fundamentally ties the environment and it's narrative together in such a way to make you really play that story. It's done in such a way that takes a while to reveal itself, and it does take investment and for you to buy into it at the start. But if you do it's a game which is fully commited to mechanically letting you really play that story, rather than watch it or have it as a subtext. It is a game or simulation of the dark side of the American Dream and the failure of material prosperity and greater status to replace old concepts such as family and existential purpose and it really makes a crack at letting you play that arc rather than just tell it. Hugely impressive.
23-12-2012, 02:31 PM #10887
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- Feb 2012
- Stockton-on-Tees, UK
Currently I am playing Human Resources, Alpha Centauri, Faster Than Light, Eador, Sim City 4, Fallen Enchantress, and trying to find time for Recettear and Drox Operative. This is too much for my poor head.Irrelevant on further examination of the rest of the thread.
23-12-2012, 02:57 PM #10888
I'm sure the Tali stuff will balance out: good as the games are they don't have the balls to come out and punish you for not doing hinted at sidequests in ME1. And War Assets don't really change anything anyway.
23-12-2012, 03:00 PM #10889
23-12-2012, 03:29 PM #10890
Coldvvvave, are you streaming your games? I loved watching DoW2 matches (commented or not) on goodgameslive, although I never played the game myself. What's your in-game handle?
23-12-2012, 03:47 PM #10891
23-12-2012, 04:28 PM #10892
Damn enemies respawn in Dark Souls,didn't know that lol.. -.-
23-12-2012, 04:29 PM #10893
23-12-2012, 04:35 PM #10894
I noticed that today lol, can you tell me if archer is useful in this game,i'm thinking about making my character having main weapon bow.
For those who played Severance and Dark Souls,which one do you prefer ???
23-12-2012, 04:57 PM #10895
Mass Effect Saves since they'll also include all the small details that carry over into the other games.
The drawings used in the Genesis DLC are pretty nice - if somewhat low resolution, which is probably due to it being made for Playstation 3:
I'll have to wait and see how Tali's mission plays out, but a quick look at the mission's Wiki article suggests you are indeed correct, and her side-mission from ME1 doesn't really matter.
23-12-2012, 05:11 PM #10896
Finished Portal 2. I'm not quite sure why John thought it was more difficult than the first game: most puzzles manage to hit that exact spot where I look at them dumbfounded for some time, then I come up with the solution and it makes think "it was soooo easy, why didn't I figure out earlier?". Notable exception, the last test chamber where I was stuck for a lot more (and then again, be amazed I could be so dumb)
I found the 'navigation puzzles' in HL2 occasionally frustrating and in P2 they're less well signposted, so that's the part I liked the least gameplay-wise, even though the scenery is really interesting and it's an engaging sidetrip if you take it easy (which I didn't - ideally I will have to play the whole game again)
And I'm hoping the successor of Source gets rid of load/reload time, one of the paint puzzles in particular required pretty good precision and every time I fumbled my jump (many times), it was a sure death and a wait - not a terribly long time but still enough to be annoying.
There's still some time and maybe I can squeeze another game or two in my completed list.
23-12-2012, 05:22 PM #10897
23-12-2012, 05:57 PM #10898
23-12-2012, 06:09 PM #10899
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- Dec 2012
hey gamers, i have finished call of duty modern warfare III and need to change the mood from war to "ugh, its silly, but lovely" games... would you recommend anything ?
23-12-2012, 06:20 PM #10900
Here's something I don't get from Batman: Ankles Crusher, if I'm supposed to find the cure for the joker, why doesn't he tell his thugs to let me do my thing?