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sinosleep

chick =Krisztina Polgar
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Relatively yes, considering that NRS have been explicit with their intentions to bring parity between console and PC. I was not aware that the frame data had not been changed though, I assumed it had. But it released on Monday, we are now on Saturday and already most of the issues have been addressed. If the frame data has not been addressed by this next week, I will eat my hat. But the hyperbole in gaming threads are hysterical. One guy saying what is the point of even owning the game at this point, because the frame data has not been updated along with PS4, when it released on Monday.

I was hoping we could have some long sets but it sounds like you aint going all that hard with MK11. Disappointing my man.
Mkx took almost a year to fix, injustice 1 was shit show for the duration. Sorry if I've got very little faith in wb's word. Like I said though if I can find it on the Grey market for cheap I'll pick it up. If I see reports of it being brought up to par I'll buy it full price. Either way I'm looking forward to playing you. I used to have a blast playing left 4 dead with some of the esb crew
 

tommygun711

You don't have the capability for mayhem
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Been playing a lot of Overwatch lately. Reminds me of tf2, same jittery gameplay. Really enjoying it tbh.
 

Deebo

"Messkin" Deebo
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Show dem balls bro
Anyone else into old school type dungeon crawlers? I've been playing this one called "Darkest Dungeon" for a couple weeks and it's hella stressful. Actually makes me mad and shit. They designed it to fuck with your emotions. It's a trip.



Darkest Dungeon is about making the most of a bad situation. Quests will fail or must be abandoned. Heroes will die. And when they die, they stay dead. Progress autosaves constantly, so actions are permanent.
The game expects a lot out of you. How far will you push your adventurers? How much are you willing to risk in your quest to restore the Hamlet? What will you sacrifice to save the life of your favorite hero?
Thankfully, there are always fresh souls arriving on the stage coach, seeking both fame and adventure in the shadow of the...Darkest Dungeon.

Darkest Dungeon is a challenging gothic RPG about the stresses of dungeon crawling. You will lead a band of heroes on a perilous side-scrolling descent, dealing with a prodigious number of threats to their bodily health, and worse, a relentless assault on their mental fortitude! Five hundred feet below the earth you will not only fight unimaginable foes, but famine, disease, and the stress of the ever-encroaching dark. Darkest Dungeon focuses on the humanity and psychological vulnerability of the heroes and asks: What emotional toll does a life of adventure take?

Recruit, train, and lead a team of flawed heroes through twisted forests, forgotten warrens, ruined crypts, and beyond. You’ll battle not only unimaginable foes, but stress, famine, disease, and the ever-encroaching dark. Uncover strange mysteries, and pit the heroes against an array of fearsome monsters with an innovative strategic turn-based combat system.

Darkest Dungeon is not a game where every hero wins the day with shiny armor and a smile. It is a game about hard trade-offs, nearly certain demise, and heroic acts.
 
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Anyone just game on PC as thinking about the switch and wanted advice if it's worth it.
It’s an excellent system but the library is definately more quality over quantity ... if you’re not buying hard copy games on carts then you also need to buy a memory card with it as you run out of space quick but it is an extremely versatile machine otherwise.

Zelda, Smash Bros, Mario Kart and the Mario games make it almost worth the price tag itself.
 
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sinosleep

chick =Krisztina Polgar
May 9, 2013
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Anyone else into old school type dungeon crawlers? I've been playing this one called "Darkest Dungeon" for a couple weeks and it's hella stressful. Actually makes me mad and shit. They designed it to fuck with your emotions. It's a trip.



Darkest Dungeon is about making the most of a bad situation. Quests will fail or must be abandoned. Heroes will die. And when they die, they stay dead. Progress autosaves constantly, so actions are permanent.
The game expects a lot out of you. How far will you push your adventurers? How much are you willing to risk in your quest to restore the Hamlet? What will you sacrifice to save the life of your favorite hero?
Thankfully, there are always fresh souls arriving on the stage coach, seeking both fame and adventure in the shadow of the...Darkest Dungeon.

Darkest Dungeon is a challenging gothic RPG about the stresses of dungeon crawling. You will lead a band of heroes on a perilous side-scrolling descent, dealing with a prodigious number of threats to their bodily health, and worse, a relentless assault on their mental fortitude! Five hundred feet below the earth you will not only fight unimaginable foes, but famine, disease, and the stress of the ever-encroaching dark. Darkest Dungeon focuses on the humanity and psychological vulnerability of the heroes and asks: What emotional toll does a life of adventure take?

Recruit, train, and lead a team of flawed heroes through twisted forests, forgotten warrens, ruined crypts, and beyond. You’ll battle not only unimaginable foes, but stress, famine, disease, and the ever-encroaching dark. Uncover strange mysteries, and pit the heroes against an array of fearsome monsters with an innovative strategic turn-based combat system.

Darkest Dungeon is not a game where every hero wins the day with shiny armor and a smile. It is a game about hard trade-offs, nearly certain demise, and heroic acts.
I played the shit out of it during the end of early access so by the time it actually came out I was pretty much done with it. I need to revisit it as soon what I understand several classes and more levels were added post release
 
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I've been enjoying watching live plays of horror games that I missed. Silent Hill: 2 was fucking incredible. Silent Hill: 1 was rather shit, and Silent Hill: 3 is a bit disappointing. I remember when Silent Hill: 3 came out Xplay had that game was like the GoAT or something. It's not as good as the second game.

Anyways, I'm watching Outlast. Shit, I don't think I could play this game. It's fucking scary as hell just watching this shit! It's like Amnesia: Dark Descent, which I played, on steroids!
 
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I've been enjoying watching live plays of horror games that I missed. Silent Hill: 2 was fucking incredible. Silent Hill: 1 was rather shit, and Silent Hill: 3 is a bit disappointing. I remember when Silent Hill: 3 came out Xplay had that game was like the GoAT or something. It's not as good as the second game.

Anyways, I'm watching Outlast. Shit, I don't think I could play this game. It's fucking scary as hell just watching this shit! It's like Amnesia: Dark Descent, which I played, on steroids!
I got Outlast for free a while back through Humble Bundle or something. I think I got about ten minutes in before I thought yeah nah, not for me.
 
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Outlast very very good the 2nd 1 because people knew what to expect wasnt as good in my opinion.

Been playing peggle 2 last couple of days.

They went all out on the music. LOL

Yea bit late to this guys at work who have xbox been playing it. Having played Briks 1 and 2 its good to play something like this now and again.

Pondering getting resident evil remastered as well.
 
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I got Outlast for free a while back through Humble Bundle or something. I think I got about ten minutes in before I thought yeah nah, not for me.
I freak out playing those games, and I'd end up dying constantly, hitting walls and shit. This shit makes Amnesia look like Sesame Street. I finished watching all of them. Outlast 2 was definitely the weakest game. Outlast: Whistleblower was the scariest.

Anyways, huge props to people that can pick it up and beat it without a strategy guide. Game looks hard as shit on top of all the jump scares and shit it throws at you. It's like a never ending roller coaster ride.
 
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Still been playing Red Dead. Am towards the end of chapter 4 and been taking it steady as I'm always getting side tracked hunting and what not.

But bloody hell! It is infuriating trying to get my honour level up. I always hover maybe a 80% of the way to full honour and just can't get it any higher!
Anyone know how to get it up? I'm forever greeting people as it gets you quick small increases but I need more. Never am able to find much that gets decent boosts
Yet everything I do even if it is simple as looting an innocent someone else killed seems to drop my honour heaps.

It's driving me up the wall. Am starting to want to just forget the honour and go bananas
 

sinosleep

chick =Krisztina Polgar
May 9, 2013
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Played the shit out of Yakuza 0, got about 2/3 of the way through but moved on to something else I downloaded and didn't finish. Now I guess I'll have Kiwami 1 and 2 both chilling on the harddrive until I finish 0 which unfortunately god knows when the hell that will ever happen. All of em are like 60+ hour games. God, I remember back when I used to finish games that long in like 4 days. I don't think I've finished anything other than Red Dead in the last year and a half. :(