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29-03-2013, 07:26 PM #13841
It seems like I finally found a fix for the sounds-are-cutting-out-when-too-many-effects-are-going-on issue in BioShock. So this time I'm gonna complete this bastard, oh yeah!
I'm also getting killed a lot in Battlefield 3.
29-03-2013, 07:54 PM #13842
29-03-2013, 10:05 PM #13843
Finished Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory last week, and finished Splinter Cell: Double Agent earlier today. Chaos Theory was wonderful, but the story was pretty much "meh". In comparison, Double Agent had (a bit) better story, but the gameplay wasn't as solid and the PC port was horrendous. Bugs and crashes galore! During the entire Kinshasa mission (Hello, Gears of War!) the game crashed EVERY SINGLE TIME I reloaded a game. And that mission was freaking hard since you pretty much had to play it as a shooter.
And the freaking ending movie didn't play at first, until I changed the game to use the smallest resolution possible.
Next up: Splinter Cell: Conviction!
30-03-2013, 12:22 AM #13844
Nooooo! Don't play conviction, it's story will make your brain melt and fall out of your ears. Instead play the coop, it's a prequel to the events of the campaign and wonderfully better written. To be honest, in the main campaign it's not even the overtly whiney narrative its the level design. It does have moments of genius like less than lethal takedowns around the Washington cafe and the certain more open environments but do often the game is iron clad 100% linear, as much as 60-70% of the game offers no real choice in approach.
And for a stealth game that's a fecking travesty. Okay, do play it for the good bits, just know they are outnumbered.
30-03-2013, 12:45 AM #13845
30-03-2013, 01:24 AM #13846
Yeah, this game is definitely different. More of a stealth-action kinda game. Batman with guns! The gameplay is solid though in my opinion, even though it's linear.
30-03-2013, 03:43 AM #13847
30-03-2013, 05:25 AM #13848
Even sadder the best deniable ops maps and the *ONLY* reason I'm still excited for blacklist is the Conviction DLC, the best environments in the series and hidden behind a pay wall, inside a setting half of players would never try and most ridiculously of all at the BOTTOM OF A LIST THAT DOEANT HAVE A VISIBLE SCROLL BAR SO YOU NEED TO RIDDLE THEIR EXISTENXE OUT BY LUCK.
Fecking hell, ubisoft.
30-03-2013, 01:08 PM #13849
Thanks for the suggestions re old school RPGs, I've put Neverwinter Nights 2 on the next to play list after I'm done with my replay of Age of Wonders: Shadow Magic. Every time I play this game I'm amazed at how much fun it is and how much detail they've managed to cram in. So much so that I'm actually a little nervous that AoW 3 could only possibly be a step down.
30-03-2013, 04:46 PM #13850
Immersive Sims on Steam WIP
Thrust Issues: A Marvelous Guide to Fencing in Dark Souls 2
You are escorted from the publisher's office and questioned by constables. Your work gives nine hundred readers nightmares and closes four schools. Women scream and faint as you pass in the street.
30-03-2013, 05:29 PM #13851
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- Austin, TX
Couldn't wait for the weekend to try Bioshock Infinite, after hearing the positive reviews.
I've barely started the game but I'm already blown away by the visuals. The detail is immense. I have a soft spot for the art style from this era, so just waddling around from one sight to the next is really enjoyable.
I think this is GOTY for me and I haven't even shot anything yet.
30-03-2013, 05:44 PM #13852
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- Jun 2011
I just completed my first run through Proteus
Boy that was something...
It's not a game by any means but everyone should do that at least once ;)
30-03-2013, 06:03 PM #13853
30-03-2013, 06:35 PM #13854
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- Jun 2011
I m almost finishing Bioshock Infinite but my god, what a fucking chore the combat has become... Been like this since the middle of the game but towards the end it's becoming unbearable. Wave of enemies, after wave of enemies... What a waste, they build this amazing world, so full of details and then add this horrible gunplay.
I can't wait for some trainer with noclip so I can freelook around and take some screenshots.
30-03-2013, 07:12 PM #13855
30-03-2013, 07:35 PM #13856
Currently doing Battlefield 3, Arx Fatalis (via Arx Libertatis), and Nier on the PS3
BF3 is fun, but involves other people
Arx is Arx
Trying Nier for the first time. Thus far, I really like it. But time will tell if that continues on or if it becomes a grindfest.Steam: Gundato
If you want me on either service, I suggest PMing me here first to let me know who you are.
30-03-2013, 08:35 PM #13857
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- Apr 2012
Switching between Darksiders and Sonic racing transformers. Darksiders is fun but sometimes the back and forth between the rooms goes on for too long. But still, a lot of fun.
Sonic racing is just amazing. Beautiful, runs well, interesting tracks, you can feel yourself improving. Everyone should get it.
31-03-2013, 12:11 AM #13858
Fucking raging while playing stupid mario and PES,fuck fuck fuck aaa grgra gea2q21
31-03-2013, 01:08 AM #13859
I've decided to go for the hardest games in my library now.
Super Meat Boy is the most satisfying of them all. Also the only one that makes me shout at the screen.
I feel like I'm not getting Dark Souls's mechanics at all yet, but I've been advised not to look at a guide. My lack of progress indicates otherwise.
I'm playing Jelly No Puzzle at the moment. Probably the hardest puzzle game I've ever played. I've been stuck in level 8 for a while. I really recommend it though, if you're into those kinds of games. It's free too.
Last edited by SirDavies; 31-03-2013 at 01:14 AM.
31-03-2013, 01:23 AM #13860
And that's Splinter Cell: Conviction. Certainly a lot different than the other games, but still good on it's own. I didn't have a problem with the story, except Lambert's fate. But hey, what can you do?
Next up: Hmmm.... Maybe Rainbow Six Vegas?