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01-02-2013, 09:09 PM #12301
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- Feb 2012
- Stockton-on-Tees, UK
I remember the moment I came to the realization that I despised every single party member in NWN2. With a special hatred for Bishop.Irrelevant on further examination of the rest of the thread.
01-02-2013, 09:35 PM #12302
01-02-2013, 09:40 PM #12303
We all do, Caddy. We all do.
01-02-2013, 09:45 PM #12304
Just played through Kentucky Route Zero (Act 1) for the first time. Wow.
I'm not going to spoil anything, but (a) don't play with the sound off, unless you're deaf; and (b) I think it probably works best if you play it in as few sittings as possible, or over a short-ish time. One play-through took me a little over two hours, so it should be do-able."Harry uses the One Ring to defeat Magneto and save the Rebellion!"
With thanks to RaveTurned in comments on the main page.
01-02-2013, 11:08 PM #12305
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- Jul 2011
Okay, so I've come to the conclusion that Just Cause 2 isnt for me! Gorgeous game, love the grappling hook, but man do I just not enjoy playing it very much. That being said, I got 4 hours out of it and I'm pretty sure I bought it for like $2.50 on sale, so I guess I got my moneys worth.
Anyway, I now consider that one to be off the backlog, which means that I'm on to the next game. Specifically, Assassins Creed. I really just want to get to the second one, but this one is decent enough for what it is, and I love walking around the cities.
01-02-2013, 11:14 PM #12306
01-02-2013, 11:17 PM #12307
AC: Brotherhood is really kind of annoying. There's no improvement over AC2 to my mind and it seems to concentrate far more on the annoying as balls mission types, ie. those involving not being detected and those where you have to slowly follow someone, or even worse a combination of both.
And sometimes the game doesn't even know what the mission parameters are. I just had one where I had to walk with people while dressed as a French soldier, killing guards at roadblocks along the way. Except sometimes the game would desync me if I killed the guards before the people reached them, while other times it would fail me if I didn't kill them in time. There was no consistancy and sometimes I'd fail for no reason at all. And that's really where the game falls down for me: there are too many times where the failure state is linked to some arbitrary condition. If the mission involves me being undetected then give me a chance to kill the wee prick who detected me before he can tell anyone, or change the mission to reflect my detection as other games would. Not this instafail shit. Anything but that.
02-02-2013, 12:26 AM #12308
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- Jul 2011
Not much of a game, really, but I felt like posting about Press X To Die, a weird, kind of disturbing bullfighting game:
Found it on Gameological, and I have to say that it does a great job with atmosphere. Its creepy and unsettling in the best way, and although the gameplay itself takes some getting used to (hint: only change stance once the bull enters slow-mo) I'd say that its worth it for the 5-ish minutes it takes to play and the fantastic soundtrack.
02-02-2013, 12:31 AM #12309
How the heck do you stab that bastard,i lift the sword then put it down and he drops it,then the bull hits me-.-
02-02-2013, 12:44 AM #12310
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- Jul 2011
Yeah I had a lot of trouble with it too until I read a couple comments on another site. Basically, right when it goes into slow-mo, press space to change stance. If you do this correctly, even if you fail to hit the bull it wont hit you. Press the up arrow, then the down arrow whenever the bull overlaps with you, though don't wait too long because the time will speed back up to normal and you'll have lost your chance. Also note that you dont have to lift the sword all the way up, just a bit and then the down arrow should work.
02-02-2013, 12:58 AM #12311
All this talk of Abrams directing a new Star Wars got me nostalgic for the original Knights Of The Old Republic. Unfortunately it looked bloody awful on my new monitor, so I sought out a widescreen fix, and after minimal effort in patching plus the addition of some texture mods and general improvements, it looks really nice running at 1920x1080.
Essential purely cosmetic improvement mods I would recommend, all available at the games' FileFront page:
Hi-Res Ebon Hawk
A 2048x2048 resolution retexturing of the exterior of the Ebon Hawk. Quite nice, if a little too mosaic styled in parts. Still better than the original.
Canderous Ordo clothing
Gives Canderous Ordo some better clothing with a metallic Mandalorian symbol on the back of the waistcoat.
Carth Onasi clothing
I'm torn between two different ones here. The first is an Infiltrator suit for Carth that replaces the godawful orange flight jacket with a more muted one with some stat upgrades, while the second is a jet black outfit that might be a bit too extreme a change for some.
Some recolouring and added texture to what was a drab outfit.
Republic Uniform mod
Changes the orange and yellow Republic soldier uniforms to a far less awful looking dark red/dark grey version.
Darth Malak retexture
Vastly improves the look of both Malaks' head and armour, making him far more menacing in appearance. Before and after shot;
Last edited by Rath; 02-02-2013 at 01:09 AM.
02-02-2013, 01:01 AM #12312
Deadlight's story really wasn't super awesome. It started of a bit mediocre and then ran off in the wrong direction. Acting sucked. I'm not saying that it's a bad game, though. It's nice to look at and features sometimes-challenging Limbo style platforming, which I like (Limbo is way better, though).
Currently hesitant to resume Recettear, since I have five or six days to earn over 400,000 pix... I feel a surprisingly real sense of horror about it. It may be doable, but it's highly unlikely. What happens if I fail? Is it just "Game over. Goodbye!" or can I just pay some extra interest or something?
02-02-2013, 01:05 AM #12313
you restart at day 1 with all your items, merchant level, fusion-unlocks and probably some other stuff I've forgotten. In other words, as you probably have a surplus of items that you were just unable to sell in time in your previous game, you start the next game not having to worry about the first few weeks as you'll have one or two pieces that can cover the amount owed by themselves. Also, I believe the mercenaries retain their level, although I can't remember if you need to 'recruit' them again before they will be available to dungeon crawl with.
It's the sort of game that is forgiving and wants you to finish it, so every time will progress you more. Which is useful, seeing as the Young Girl is a skinflint whore of the first order and the Old Man is a cheapass motherfucker...
Recettear made me weirdly angry at times.
02-02-2013, 01:14 AM #12314
02-02-2013, 01:17 AM #12315
02-02-2013, 01:18 AM #12316
The old man I can handle, but the girl is a pain in the ass. I wish I could bar her from the store or ditch her in a dungeon.
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02-02-2013, 02:27 AM #12317
Finished XCOM. Something wonky/cheap happened two turns into the last encounter, so I reloaded the previous turn, repeated two of the things I had done before and the game was over. A bit anticlimactic.
02-02-2013, 03:53 AM #12318
Okay, this is a bit annoying about building rollercoasters. I'm not much of a Physics guy despite having an interest in it but what the hell does 'lateral Gs' mean? How does it even work in this?Because when I finished making one, sometimes the lateral Gs appear as red and I got something like Ultra-Extreme on the intensity rating.
Last edited by Voon; 02-02-2013 at 03:55 AM.Art blog here.
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02-02-2013, 05:00 AM #12319
All in all, it was a good learning experience that doesn't leave me particularly proud. A new game on classic/ironman is probably in order.
Last edited by internetonsetadd; 02-02-2013 at 05:02 AM.
02-02-2013, 05:31 AM #12320