RaZ0r! wrote on Jun 26, 2020, 11:40:It wasn't and isn't. You can try to play it like one, but you'll probably be more frustrated than not, as tactics and strategy are pretty important elements in both the original and enhanced versions of this game.
The title calls it an "action RPG". I don't believe this game was technically an ARPG?
Retired wrote on May 23, 2020, 01:18:I am in full agreement!
Gif like gift.
NOT jif like peanut butter.
Gibbed like gift.
NOT jibbed like jaw.
So stop it.
Verno wrote on May 12, 2020, 09:40:He can afford the best treatments for anything he catches. Hell, he can fund research for his own private cure. I doubt his expendable meat assets can say the same.Saboth wrote on May 11, 2020, 21:41:
"How dare the government try and protect my workers? They are mine to do with as I please! Mwhahahaha!"
He's out on the line with the workers apparently. Elon is absolutely crazy. It's weird that he can be savvy enough to push 3 different renewable industries forward but not see how nuts he is being elsewhere. I think he's brilliant but mad as a hatter.
The Half Elf wrote on May 11, 2020, 10:26:Yes, price does matter, but mostly to console-less homes that don't already know which one they're going to get. I'm an Xbox and PC gamer, so I'll be getting an X when they go on sale after a year or so. No, you really don't need exclusive games, just good ones, and no, there hasn't been a lack of good games on the Xbox since the One came out.
Doesn't matter the price anymore. You have to have games. EXCLUSIVE GOOD GAMES. Something that's been lacking from the Xbox since the X/S/One/XBone/Whatever.
Cutter wrote on Apr 27, 2020, 21:00:If you work in a bar or restaurant, sure. The drinking doesn't bother me nearly as much as throwing the cat. Hit him with an animal cruelty charge and maybe he'll get the message. That might also be enough to fire him with cause and avoid him suing to get his position back.
Yeah, alcohol and work, a winning combination, eh?
Xero wrote on Mar 12, 2020, 17:41:You can get the original on GOG for $9.99, if you want to relive the magic.
Damn, the remake train is in full swing. Like hardcore. Makes you wonder if all good ideas are done, lol.
That or it's just easy to capitalize on something that already made tons of money by re-skinning it, updating it's compatibility and repackaging it for nothing now that everything is stored on servers.
I still own the original disc of this game but I'm not sure I want a remake of it. It was good for it's time but not so sure how well it holds up nowadays. They're are so many point and clicks out there, it's nutty.
Nullity wrote on Mar 6, 2020, 12:52:And it's sponsored by four of the biggest fans of rampant surveillance and an expanding police state. Graham and Feinstein are bad enough, but Blumenthal and Hawley just add an unneeded layer of mindless stupidity to the whole thing.
A better headline would have been:
US legislation threatens encryption and the internet as we know it under the tired false-guise of "protecting the children"
RedEye9 wrote on Feb 20, 2020, 20:27:On GOG they get 100% of the sales revenue, since it's their platform.
What's the developer payday if purchased on GOG .
$15,000,000 million dollars to host a file. I'm in the wrong business.
Nimh wrote on Feb 18, 2020, 12:07:AMD does just fine. ASUS, on the other hand, tends to have issues. I 've had motherboards and video cards of theirs both go belly up inside six months. No OC, no extreme temps, no extreme use, just plain died. They are one of the hardest manufacturers to deal with in these cases, in my experience, and one of the slowest to turn a warranty replacement around.
Not the first time, and certainly not the last. AMD just can't get it right with their video cards.