Krovven wrote on Jun 9, 2015, 21:22:After getting into WoT, Ive watched quite a bit of this on Twitch and it looks like a lot of fun. Unfortunately moneys quite tight at the mo so will hang on for the free release. Is there any indication how close it is to being ready?
I'm really enjoying World of Warships. The only thing he mentions that I don't agree with is the Draws. I've only had 2.
I suggest watching some gameplay vids to see if it's your cup of tea.
SpectralMeat wrote on Apr 28, 2015, 16:27:I only just got into WoT too and have similar experience, had a lot of fun in lower tiers. the higher tier tanks I have seem to get nuked but I think a lot is learning how they play.Krovven wrote on Apr 28, 2015, 16:25:I am more into World of Warships to be honest.
Too bad you started playin after the massive accuracy nerf.
I've lost almost all interest in WoT due to the nerf a patch or two ago.
It's much slower pace, requires more strategy and team play. Much more of my play style, but I do like WoT too. At least the lower tiers are fun to play.
Verno wrote on Mar 28, 2015, 09:06:I loved that show though I came back to it after losing interest in the 1st season because of Sinclair, he seemed wooden to me. I enjoy it now more though and its sad he died pretty young, come to think of it Bab has lost quite a few of their stars.
Preach it brother. Babylon 5 has one of the most satisfying story arcs I've ever seen. They even manage to redeem the awful season 1/Sinclair stuff.
Beamer wrote on Mar 17, 2015, 16:29:*gulp*Tulwinn wrote on Mar 17, 2015, 15:29:
wow, thats pretty huge, have nintendo ever let their characters been used like this for another platform except their own?
jdreyer wrote on Apr 13, 2014, 16:21:I actually heard about this series recently as James S A Corey did a Star Wars book. Its actually two guys who write as a team, heard an interview with them and I made a note to give the books a try. Good to see this sort of thing getting a shot.
SyFy Plans Space-Set -The Expanse- Series.
I read an article about this yesterday. Sounds like it has potential!
SpectralMeat wrote on Dec 25, 2013, 16:58:Cutter wrote on Dec 25, 2013, 13:44:Any recommendation which ones to get?
Pinball FX2 has their tables/packs on for 75% off atm. Just picked up a couple.
I've heard the star wars ones are pretty good.
Assuming the Steam servers will come back to life at some point.
Creston wrote on Jul 11, 2013, 14:09:Maybe i need to try and add Creston as a friend and ruin it allPrez wrote on Jul 11, 2013, 13:55:Creston wrote on Jul 11, 2013, 13:45:
Bye money! I hardly knew ye!
Don't all of your Steam friends already own Snuggle Truck?
They do, actually! My mission was a success!
Endo wrote on May 29, 2013, 16:42:There is a lot of truth in that but even if bugs increased it didnt reflect in loss of players. You dont have those numbers without good retention AND new blood, Wow subscriber numbers were still increasing until fairly recently. Veteran players moaned and threatened to quit over the years and some did and then a lot came back. That looks to be changing now, I myself played a long time and I used to consider myself a player with a short attention span per game. I’ve stopped playing so that’s one long term subscriber they lost but it will take a long time to lose those numbers.
And to understand how the quality of their developing has gone downhill during the span where all they released were WoW xpacs, you had to pay attention to the trend of steadily increasing bugs and hotfixes, and how many veteran players hated each new xpac (and quit because of them). WoW only did as well as it did for as long as it did because they were able to keep drawing in new blood.
Quinn wrote on May 8, 2013, 08:16:Have you read the Quran or are you relying on what someone told you it said? Its all about context.
Don't forget to throw into the fray the actual dogma of the Islam:
They are allowed to lie to non-believers (atheists and non-islamists).
They are not allowed to be friends with non-believers.
They are rewarded for being a soldier, but moreso a martyr, in the jihad.
They are commanded to, indeed, conquer the world with the wombs of their women.
Non-believers are their enemies.
So says Allah. Page after page after page after page after page. After page.
I'm not saying all muslims act to this. Most European muslims are moderate muslims. And religious moderation is the product of secular knowledge and scriptural ignorance. Lets hope that stays that way, or eventually crumbles entirely.