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09-01-2014, 03:52 AM #19181
I've quite fallen in love with Nihilumbra. It's a small game and as far as I know, it was originally for mobile devices. (Don't quote me on that) For some reason, it helps me on a personal level as the game keeps telling the player how he/she is useless and worthless. It's not a long game by a long shot, and honestly, I've been passing it by when I feel like it, playing one world at a time, spending about half an hour doing just that, but hey, the game allows you to jump in and out of it, so why not make use of it?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABcLR2uYXnc There's a link to some gameplay of it.
09-01-2014, 09:29 AM #19182
09-01-2014, 11:54 AM #19183
My various lives and adventures in Don't Starve.
- Find a nice looking area that resembles an old home, decide to set up shop. Plants a small little cluster of trees. Night time. Rain. Lightning. All my trees burn down. Being totally new I didn't know about charcoal and was horribly upset.
- Get killed by a giant eye with a beak and two legs
- Get killed by pigmen
- Get killed by a tentacle right after finding a dapper top hat. Respawned because of some stone I found earlier. Go back to get my top hat, get killed again
- Found a magic door that brought me to Iceland. Die of the cold.
- Get attacked by bees, frogs and penguins
- Get killed by a big tree at night time.
- Find out about charcoal. Start making decent food. Find a good spot with lots of rabbit holes, saplings, grass. Set up shop. Get killed by that bloody eye bird thing again.
09-01-2014, 12:24 PM #19184
09-01-2014, 05:25 PM #19185
this interesting collection of stats about people's playstyle in ME3 presented by BioWare - and for those people two years behind the times; note that it contains information on the storyline of said game).
About those linked to statistics: Interesting that the decision to save the Geth or Quarians seems almost perfectly split with roughly a third for each of the three main outcomes. The decision about whether or not to cure the genophage seems far less interesting by comparison, and understandably so.
Anyway, I haven't been able to play many games this week, but Kerbal Space Program is still high on the list. I'm thinking about what objective to set for myself next. Perhaps a manned flight to the second moon, or a landing on either of the neighbouring planets.
Last edited by Tritagonist; 09-01-2014 at 05:32 PM."He has anointed me to bring good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim release to
the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free". ~ Luke 4:18
09-01-2014, 06:09 PM #19186
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09-01-2014, 07:54 PM #19187
Trying to play Metal Gear Rising: Revengamacationings but the game seems to be busted when it comes to saving games. Bar that problem cutting things into little bits makes my happy in my pants.
09-01-2014, 09:19 PM #19188
Same goes for Imoen hitting Irenicus with a few at the start of BG2 and him not being protected by everything under the sun.
09-01-2014, 09:46 PM #19189
09-01-2014, 09:51 PM #19190
09-01-2014, 10:11 PM #19191
Nah, I went at him with an axe.
I didn't try that with the pig men. Today though I left some monster meat on the ground, went off to forage for food and came back to my camp to find it covered in horrible looking eyes.
09-01-2014, 10:12 PM #19192I cannot believe so few people play Vanguard. I know it's 3rd on the list but still, it's incredibly fun to play. I've just started my Soldier character in ME3 and am already planning on restarting and switching him to something like a Sentinel. Soldier is just so damn boring after playing a charging dervish of novas, shotguns and melee-lamping
Edit: BTW Sentinel shields don't show up in cutscenes in ME3 which completely ruins the class
09-01-2014, 10:41 PM #19193
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If Gorion had remembered to memorize some decent spells instead of spending his time hacking the game so he could cast Cure Light Wounds, he ought to have beaten Sarevok's ambush relatively comfortably.
More generally, I think that in most video games it's a good policy to assume that what's happening on the screen during gameplay is not an accurate representation of what would be happening in "reality". You can extend that principle to cutscenes too, really.
Last edited by NathanH; 09-01-2014 at 10:43 PM.Irrelevant on further examination of the rest of the thread.
09-01-2014, 10:46 PM #19194
Its some type of seed. Those eyes are great defense in your camp( specially against the hounds). They will eat everything that walk past them. You can get the seed again when you kill the plant in the middle then plant it in your chosen area.
[spoiler]I find it a good combo to plant the seed and a spider egg a little bit closer to each other. that way you have unlimited supply of web[/spoiler]
I also tend to built camp near beefalo for the easy supply of manure.
09-01-2014, 11:14 PM #19195
Trying out The Knife of Dunwall. It's... more Dishonored, more or less. Which is a good thing, on the whole. Have only played two missions so don't have a complete picture yet but I'm having fun.
10-01-2014, 12:05 AM #19196
Again, REALLY fun, but just not a viable class for anything other than dicking around. Although, at least with ME3 you can use whatever guns you want so it might be more viable.Steam: Gundato
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10-01-2014, 12:15 AM #19197
But ME3, that perfected it. Now you could go for minimal weapon loadout so that Charge had a cooldown of <2second, and you could spec it to regenerate 100% of your shields whenever used. Then you level some skills to improve melee - I took Fortification as my bonus power (counteracting power cooldown penalty with other things) and so always had that active and boosting melee/shields - so that post-charge the first thing you do is lamp some prick. Then you level Nova so you can Charge, regen full shield, Nova, survive for 1 second and then Charge off somewhere else to regen your shield again. For bonus points, Pull someone first and then Charge them for the biotic explosion effect. Every combat instance when playing as a Vangaurd in ME3 became engaging. Even the little, inconsequential ones was loads of fun just because of what you could do. Biotic Charge is the single best ability in any Mass Effect game, but really comes alive thanks to how the loadout system works in ME3 and the synergy with other abilities.
10-01-2014, 12:40 AM #19198
Played through the World in Conflict campaign. Shorter than I remembered it (~12 hours), even with Soviet Assault, but it's still pretty good.
It is another game that suffers too much from the 'don't let the player do stuff' syndrome, though. Too many interruptions and there isn't much in the way of choices when it comes to solving missions; there's usually no time to do it any other way than the developers intended.
Most frustrating is the habit it has of having your commander shout at you to do something that you're already doing or interrupting the action by grabbing the camera to show you something you already know (particularly when the commander then finishes off with "but you already know that"...).
Still, it's fun. I also like the bits in France with UN units where the Humvee driver has an extremely Danish accent. It's rather amusing.
While playing it I started wishing for an open world RTS game. I'm not quite certain how it would work, but ...
10-01-2014, 01:14 AM #19199
10-01-2014, 01:45 AM #19200
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after: 'oh that genophage... sorry, I was sort of lying.'
Nah, they help you, it's a pretty darth vader move to alter the deal afterwards.