jdreyer wrote on Aug 3, 2012, 22:56:
How is the service? How does it work? The site's about link just listed the team members, not how the service works exactly. Do you just buy the game, get a key, and DL it?
nin wrote on Jun 4, 2012, 16:59:
I think folks are just getting tired of mmos...
Prez wrote on May 22, 2012, 20:44:
Okay, I'm gonna get creamed for this, but I didn't think the last one was that bad. It actually set up the original trilogy nicley. Take away the goofy shit like that crap with R2-D2 and replace whiney Christiansen with someone who could actually act and you may have had something. You have to admit the opening space battle scene was pretty sweet, right?
Ratty wrote on Jan 31, 2012, 12:01:MajorD wrote on Jan 31, 2012, 11:32:Return to the Cathedral: The one where you navigate the ruins of the old city crawling with undead, burricks and spiders. Has to be my all time favorite level of any game ever. The atmosphere of that place was sublime.
T1 is in my Top 10 without a doubt.
saluk wrote on Nov 8, 2011, 13:25:Beamer wrote on Nov 8, 2011, 12:54:mlw wrote on Nov 8, 2011, 12:51:
Sorry, but the developers screwed up on this one. If it was available when the console versions were, I would have bought it at premium pricing.
Skyrim will monopolize my PC gaming time up until SWTOR is out (and longer perhaps). I have no time for Arkham City until maybe some time next year. I will be buying it a bargain prices then.
So you're saying they should have launched with the consoles even though it wasn't ready and would have been buggy, or that they should have launched all 3 platforms on November 22nd when everyone everywhere is playing Skyrim and MW3 and waiting for this to hit the bargain bins?
Also, who on the pc is going to be playing skyrim when it first comes out? I thought all of us cranky pc gamers were waiting for 3 years for all the problems to be modded in by other early adopters? And MW3? We already have BF3 right? Isn't MW3 a console game?
nin wrote on Oct 15, 2011, 13:50:As for SWTOR, it wasn't on my radar... I had very little interest (not a SW fan; watched each movie once), but I am enjoying this weekend's beta...
I was in last weekends, and had a lot of fun. Hoping I get back in soon.
vrok wrote on Aug 29, 2011, 19:31:
Anyway, they can take their special message and shove it where it belongs. Waste of time.
Xenovore wrote on Aug 10, 2011, 16:17:
I've been looking forward to Rage for a long time now, but I guarantee if id Software jumps on the online-connection-required bandwagon, I will not be purchasing Rage. (Just as I am not purchasing Diablo 3, or any other single-player games requiring an online connection.)
In my experience "always connected" is more like "mostly connected"; inevitably, it's exactly at the moment that I want to play a game that my internet connection craps out. And there are still millions of square miles on this planet where it pretty much impossible to get an internet connection, but people still want to play games in those locations. (This is a issue particularly here in the western US.)
JohnBirshire wrote on Jul 31, 2011, 15:25:
I hope this isn't setting a bad precedent. Release a bug ridden mess, over the next ten years the fans patch it, profit!
I hope they are sharing some of it!