loomy wrote on Dec 3, 2016, 04:43:Indeed it is! I never thought I'd find a way to satisfy my heroin, crack, meth, and rubber cement needs in one place, but Path of Exile is all that and more!
this whole game is diablo injected with every drug at once
Wallshadows wrote on Dec 2, 2016, 23:42:We're all Blade Flurry Assassins!! I'm only level 30, but I plan to at least try for 24 challenges this league. Also, I was so excited to log in right away and get the nice simple name "Flurio". I've been going around to town folk and saying in Antonio Banderas' voice, "I am Flurio, much blade, so flurry." It really adds to the immersion.
Got to 49 with my Blade Flurry Assassin.
eRe4s3r wrote on Aug 17, 2016, 20:47:I love you so much right now eRe4s3r! Heh. MGSV and Dragon's Dogma are two of my most beloved games, having 220 hours into MGSV and 240 into Dragon's Dogma. Not to mention FF13-2, which I know you and I both love. Excellent taste!
I have 156hrs in MGS5 TP so yeah To me it was one of the most interesting games released this year... Dragons Dogma was the other one. (for PC)
JediPunisher wrote on Aug 17, 2016, 17:53:Agreed on MGSV. I don't understand those who hate on it with all this unfinished nonsense. MGSV is one of the most complete, content-rich games I've ever played. And the story was such perfect Kojima...subverting expectations. I still load up the game several times a week to expand my FOBs and replay some missions just for LOLs.
I very much enjoyed MGSV, but without Kojima... I think I'll skip this one.
Frijoles wrote on Jun 28, 2016, 22:06:Players reporting it's really fun to go solo into the Underground. Plus they've added some nice solo sets. The random dungeons factor is pretty cool, actually. So yeah, if you prefer solo you should get a lot of good times out of this. Plus now you can gear up pretty well without going into the gankfest Darkzone.
This underground expansion add much solo stuff? I grouped up for some of the larger missions and did some PVP, but most of my time was spent by myself. I enjoyed that, and $15 isn't much if I can get a few hours out of it.
Sepharo wrote on May 23, 2016, 23:19:NO. That isn't what I said at all. [Removed to be nicer.] I said the mode is stale because we've played it for years on end. Team/Class based MP is very fun...but I've played TF2 for years on end like millions of others.
and not that you just don't like team/class based MP
Sepharo wrote on May 23, 2016, 23:19:Well...ok...if you really think having different visual stuff is new. But the actual gameplay is very much the same: cap points, stand on points, push payload.
The characters and their abilities are the essentially the new gameplay feature.
Sepharo wrote on May 23, 2016, 22:55:...right. Payload was added in April of 2008 to TF2, about 7 months after TF2 released. But you are missing the point. The point is Overwatch is launching in 2016, in a post-TF2 world. The bar has been set WAY higher because TF2 has been out for ages.
TF2 did not launch with the payload mode. That was a later edition and they copied it from Wolf:ET.
Hump wrote on May 23, 2016, 18:38:Totally agree. I can't justify $40-60 for a multiplayer only game that gives us the exact same game modes TF2 offered in 2008. It is shameful that Blizzard thinks rehashing TF2 gameplay some 8 years later justifies a "full" game.
I enjoyed the beta but I just don't feel its worth the retail price ATM......
SmyTTor wrote on May 23, 2016, 19:14:I'll jump in and say I do want Overwatch to fail (it will sell millions and be a huge success of course) because it is yet another example of companies delivering less content and hardly any innovation, yet they expect us to pay $40-60 for it.
You want something to fail because you dislike the game (company?) without even playing it?
loomy wrote on May 8, 2016, 23:19:Clearly you've never played The Lost Vikings. THAT is the best thing Blizzard has ever done. I would also accept Rock n' Roll Racing or Blackthorne has answers.
overwatch is expensive at face value. it's just tf3, and tf2 is free. but it's also the highest quality thing blizzard has ever done
jdreyer wrote on Feb 14, 2016, 01:13:You clearly never tried Black Ops III or Ghosts...those had significant, SIGNIFICANT, performance issues on PCs.
You couldn't have given a more bullshit answer than CoD. The game engine is 7 years old, so of course it's going to run well.
jdreyer wrote on Feb 14, 2016, 01:13:Yeah, and that's why PC publishers would do well to offer a trial/demo version, or a free day/weekend right at launch. Let players seriously try it. I bet you'd see significantly more sales.
The difference is you didn't illegally acquire the printer/scanner/equipment. The company lent it to you as a trial in hopes that you'd buy a whole bunch.
jdreyer wrote on Feb 14, 2016, 01:13:You realize how silly it is of you to argue with a sociopath? We have no emotion. You can't win. I can troll you all day and feel nothing.
You're a sociopath. ...Complete rationalization of illegal behavior.
NKD wrote on Feb 13, 2016, 17:56:Well, lots of players do buy it at release if the pirated copy works well. Case in point is the Call of Duty games, which these days are notorious for being horrible PC ports. Plenty pirate the game (offline play only of course), test it, then if it runs well, they buy it so they can play online.
I don't believe anyone who says they pirate a game, play it, and then buy it if they are satisfied. Yeah, maybe they buy it on a Steam sale 2 years later when they want to re-play it, but they aren't slapping down $50-60 when it really counts in the first critical couple weeks of sales.
El Pit wrote on Feb 13, 2016, 15:11:I admire your attempt at creativity. And your liberal use of Brumbek.
Brumbek trying his best to justify what he intended to do from the beginning... Obvious.
Brumbek orders a pizza. The pizza is not okay, so he asks for a refund. Problem solved.
Brumbek buys a game from Steam. The game is not okay. so he asks for a refund. Problem solved.
But Brumbek says Nooooo, not good enough. I need to eat at least half of the pizza, ahm, play hours of the game.
El Pit wrote on Feb 13, 2016, 14:23:Hmm. Many of us don't want to watch others play a game. I don't want the intro and first few chapters spoiled by watching others play. These are games we, individually, are meant to play.
Brumbek - there are exactly how many gameplay/let's play videos out there per game? Enough to check the quality of the game? I'd say so. In addition, there are boards like this one and plenty of others (like over at the steam - the boards are FREE) to check out the players' opinions. And the "But... but... maybe it won't run on my machine" reason has gone with the return policies over at Steam and Origin...
eRe4s3r wrote on Feb 7, 2016, 16:12:But perhaps you are just a super-genius?!? Congrats on beating it, in seriousness! I'm waiting for a few patches before I try it. Also, good to talk to you again eRe4s3r. My convincing you to play FF13-2 is still something that makes me all happy inside! Best wishes!
Timers never become an issue Finished all timer missions with 2+ turns to spare, and I did not particularly rush ever (Beat the game on Veteran - 28 hours, 30 missions)