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#452 Mar 24 2013 at 2:12 PM Rating: Good
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I somehow ended up watching a bunch of Starcraft 2 matches. It all started out when I was watching TableTop, and Day[9] was in an episode, so I looked up some of his videos, and transitioned into SC2 matches that his brother commentates on. This just made me want to play an RTS and lo and behold, I came across my olde Starcraft disc.

Starcraft 2 with the new expansion is only $60 in total, and I found a pack with the campaign missions from SC1 in it, complete with all the briefings and music and everything. The only thing they're missing are the cinematics in between some of the missions. So right now, I'm playing through the SC1 campaign in SC2. Fun stuff.
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#453 Mar 25 2013 at 12:07 AM Rating: Good
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I have been playing Xcom all day. I usually think it's awfully mean to be violent toward aliens and I generally dislike games with guns and shooting but I'm finding this one really addictive. Girlfriend just came in here and told me I need to come to bed.

At least I am playing a game from my drunken impulse buying spree.
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I messed around in Far Cry 3 some more since they added the ability to respawn all the camps. Also did the silly Flash game for Bioshock: Infinite for the in game rewards. Saw that the last reward was just some Facebook avatars and crap so stopped once I had all the in game stuff.
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#455 Mar 25 2013 at 11:37 AM Rating: Good
I'm having a really hard time not buying Bioshock Infinite at full price after reading all the reviews today. I was totally strong during pre-order but I feel my urge to actually play a game when it's brand shiny new and relevant rising.
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Can still get $14 cash back from GMG. At least that'll take a little of the pain off paying full price.

I'm off from work today and have been chugging my way through Tomb Raider which I had set aside for Tera. But now with Bioshock coming out tomorrow, I didn't want TR to go completely ignored.

In retrospect, I should have taken tomorrow off instead Smiley: laugh

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#457 Mar 25 2013 at 1:07 PM Rating: Good
I did not realize it won't be available until later tonight, when I posted above. It looks like the free copy of x-com is still available on Steam for now.




Bought it. Smiley: nod
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#458 Mar 25 2013 at 1:09 PM Rating: Good
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I didn't like XCOM: Enemy Unknown.

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#459 Mar 25 2013 at 1:17 PM Rating: Good
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Just bought http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125414 so i will be playing some Bioshock Inf and Crysis 3 soon.
#460 Mar 25 2013 at 1:20 PM Rating: Good
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Just bought http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125414 so i will be playing some Bioshock Inf and Crysis 3 soon.


sweeeeeeet. I got a GTX 660 TI just recently and I'm lurving it.
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#461 Mar 25 2013 at 1:27 PM Rating: Good
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I didn't like XCOM: Enemy Unknown.

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It's fun! But I love turn based strategy. Apparently I like it even if it involves guns, and shooting aliens.

Also I like giving all the big buff soldiers pink hair and mystic names. Because I can.

I'm actually a bit torn I was all excited by the Final Fantasy XI expansion but I haven't even ordered it yet. I am kind of tempted to play the 10 other games I drunkenly bought on Saturday night instead.

Who am I kidding I will find a copy of Seekers of Adoulin and buy it shortly

Edited, Mar 25th 2013 12:29pm by Olorinus
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#462 Mar 25 2013 at 1:32 PM Rating: Good
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Final Fantasy XI expansion


They're still supporting that game? Jesus.
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#463 Mar 25 2013 at 1:42 PM Rating: Good
I get tempted to try and relive that magic every so often. I pretty much can't do it though these days. Every new MMO that comes out I level up, enjoy the ride and summarily get bored and quit before I can get sucked into endgame.

Much better for my RL balance.
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#464 Mar 25 2013 at 1:51 PM Rating: Good
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Final Fantasy XI expansion


They're still supporting that game? Jesus.


It's the most profitable game they've ever made. After 6 years of largely ignoring it, they decided to print some money.
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#465 Mar 25 2013 at 1:55 PM Rating: Good
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It's the most profitable game they've ever made.
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#466 Mar 25 2013 at 2:00 PM Rating: Good
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Iron Chef Olorinus wrote:
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They're still supporting that game? Jesus.


It's the most profitable game they've ever made. After 6 years of largely ignoring it, they decided to print some money.


Hey, they've got to fund not-releasing Versus somehow.

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#467 Mar 25 2013 at 4:18 PM Rating: Excellent
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They're still supporting that game? Jesus.

SOE is still pumping out the Everquest expansions last I checked.
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#468 Mar 25 2013 at 4:31 PM Rating: Good
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Somebody needs to explain to these MMO developers the concept of a fractured consumer base.
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I would guess (and I'm just guessing) that the legacy players on these games would be more apt to just quit MMORPGs when their game shuts down than to switch to a newer generation product. Especially when you figure that, after 10+ years, you're looking at a minimum age of 30 for many of these people. Probably a more stable revenue stream leaving the games running in low gear.
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#470 Mar 25 2013 at 6:00 PM Rating: Good
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I would guess (and I'm just guessing) that the legacy players on these games would be more apt to just quit MMORPGs when their game shuts down than to switch to a newer generation product. Especially when you figure that, after 10+ years, you're looking at a minimum age of 30 for many of these people. Probably a more stable revenue stream leaving the games running in low gear.


This. Especially if folks been playing an mmo for 5 to 10 years, that represents a lot of investment in a character/account - especially with a game like XI which allows all jobs to be played on one character. I know for myself my playtime is so casual that even starting over from the 2 years progress I have on this character would be pretty daunting. I have less time to play MMOs every year, not more time... and they are a genre that really favours long term investment.

To be honest in terms of the fractured playerbase I do think it would have been more sensible for SE to give more love to XI (and market it better, crikes WoW is CONSTANTLY marketing at me) than to release their utter failure of a game XIV (and now redeveloping it... rereleasing it). I don't see blizzard ******** themselves over that way, but meh.

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#471 Mar 25 2013 at 6:15 PM Rating: Excellent
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I don't see blizzard ******** themselves over that way, but meh.

Yeah, would be surprised if they did anything drastic anytime soon. Wonder if they're going to continue incrementally improving the graphics and what not, or will have to break and just accept a WoW 2 at some point. But I don't see how they do that without some way to import your old character; or at least stuff like mounts, titles, achievements, pets, and other things people have been collecting for way too many years there.
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#472 Mar 25 2013 at 6:54 PM Rating: Excellent
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Yeah I was speaking more to the failures of the second games of these companies. FFXIV for SE, Vanguard for SOE. I'm sure there are a few other examples out there.
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#473 Mar 26 2013 at 11:09 AM Rating: Good
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Well, I hit a wall in the SC2 custom map remake of the SC1 campaign, so I actually switched over to ye olde Starcraft.

I still haven't loaded my TR or B:I games from the AMD promo card I bought. I should just sell or trade them now, and buy them in the summer sale. I'm just thoroughly engrossed in so many other games I can't decide what to do.

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#474 Mar 28 2013 at 6:07 PM Rating: Good
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Is anyone other than me excited about this remake?


Serious nostalgia there
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#475 Mar 28 2013 at 8:21 PM Rating: Decent
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Is anyone other than me excited about this remake?\

Serious nostalgia there



I definitely had that game as a kid. But Only have very faint memories of it.*I remember that box art/ art on the front of the cartridge.* I didn't know they were re-making it but I think I might just be in line for it. I loved the animated Series.

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#476 Mar 28 2013 at 9:52 PM Rating: Good
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I spend most of my gaming hours playing EVE Online. The game gets a lot of flak because it can be BOOOOOOOORRRRRRIIIIIINNNNG if you dont know how to play it. But if you get in with a good group of people (read not goons or test) you can have some major fun.

While not eveing it up, I like to play Kerbal Space Program. (Still trying to land on other planets in that game) That game is confusingly fun. Idk why I enjoy that game as much as I do. You build rockets or space planes, send your kerbals into space, or watch them die in glorious fireballs, and generally copy NASA.

Other than that, I mainly switch between several games available to me on steam. DayZ has a big place in my gaming life every now and then. Sins of a Solar empire. XCOM Enemy Unknown, Saints Row the third, Space Pirates and Zombies, Rage (Game was totally underrated), Far Cry 3, and Skyrim. Speaking of elder scrolls, anyone in here excited about Elder Scrolls Online?
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#477 Mar 28 2013 at 9:56 PM Rating: Decent
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Is anyone other than me excited about this remake?


Serious nostalgia there


Pretty much just for the moon theme.

I managed to meet my set goal and exceed it. I beat Bioshock 2, Infamous (platinum), and Infamous 2. I am 28/40 missions through my platinum playthrough on hard so no idea how much longer that will take. A few hours maybe, assume I'm going to die a lot since speeding through. Waiting to buy Bioshock Infinite until I can get it at a sub $30 price point on PS3. Soul Sacrifice in about 30 days and Last of Us soon. For this coming month, I'm planning on beating Nier, Deus Ex, and The Sly Collection.

Check out Guacamelee, this might be under some radars. It's a Metroidvania game with an interesting premise.

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Hmm Think we should make a Backlog update thread? Sundays, challenge yourself to beat X number of games that week, write your impressions of those games for others to view on Saturday? Or just what you've been playing that week?

Im sure most of us have huge backlogs, may be an interesting idea.
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#479 Mar 28 2013 at 10:08 PM Rating: Decent
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I need to buy one more game to cross the $200 threshold for the PSN Store deal this month. With the $40 back, going to get DJ Max Technika Tune. Also, I got a 3DS XL at Target for $159 and got 17 DS games and 4 3DS games. My backlog has gone from a hugely extensive list of PS3 games to now include a few dozen Vita games (Soul Sacrifie 4/30). I think I could game for longer than a year right now, and I'm FINALLY!!!!! enthusiastic about gaming again. I've been playing a lot of Hot Shots Golf Vita on the side and some of the indie Vita games (Rocketbirds, Life of Pixel, Nun Attack, Knytt Undetground and Dokuro mainly).

I feel kind of like a heroin addict, except with video games.
#480 Mar 28 2013 at 11:46 PM Rating: Good
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Anyway, I was going to play some more Tera today, but it turns out Terraria is out on the PS3 with up to four player split screen co-op. So I stayed up about three hours past my bedtime playing that. Was not expecting the arrival of the harpies when I started building my skybridge to go gather some easy early materials.
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#481 Mar 29 2013 at 12:10 AM Rating: Decent
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Terraria was announced on Vita yesterday. Eight player online, no word on crossbuy/save/play. I have yet to play Terraria. I spent too much time on Minecraft and will wait for the Vita version. Need to play games while motivated. TBH, expecting a Minecraft for PS3 (likely Vita) very soon. Probs retail release of Minecraft as well.

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I kind of got "done" with Terraria when it changed from a casual world builder with some RPG elements to all this Super Boss Death Mode nonsense but my kid bought it for the PS3 yesterday and has been playing the heck out of it. He had it for the PC as well but the PC isn't in his bedroom.
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#483 Mar 29 2013 at 8:40 AM Rating: Good
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Hmm Think we should make a Backlog update thread? Sundays, challenge yourself to beat X number of games that week, write your impressions of those games for others to view on Saturday? Or just what you've been playing that week?

Im sure most of us have huge backlogs, may be an interesting idea.


Does Crayon Physics Deluxe count?

seriously is that a thing? Smiley: lol
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I almost finished Tales of Innocence today. But after an almost cake walk of a last quarter of the game, the final boss wipes the floor with me. Don't feel like grinding out any more levels tonight...
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#485 Mar 29 2013 at 5:58 PM Rating: Decent
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Hmm Think we should make a Backlog update thread? Sundays, challenge yourself to beat X number of games that week, write your impressions of those games for others to view on Saturday? Or just what you've been playing that week?

Im sure most of us have huge backlogs, may be an interesting idea.


I be down. But my backlog gonna feature some pretty overdone games I never got around to;(Dead space, Mario Galaxy, etc>.>)
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Get ready to feed the monkey.


There are so many good games coming out this year and next, my God, it's overwhelming. I just finished my March goal! I wanted to beat three openish world games off of my backlog. I beat Bioshock 2, and I got the platinum trophy in both Infamous 1/2 (had no intention of doing this and got caught up collecting blast shards and figured why not). I also got some good headway in minor games. I'm moving into a new place May 1 and just boxed up all my games, save the four most likely I will play for April (doing four this month). Uncharted, Deus Ex Human Revolution, Sly Collection, and Nier. I also plan on playing 999 at some point this month and logging some serious DS Castlevania and Contra 4 action. Virtues Last Reward is one of the free PS+ games this month so hype mode is engaged.

I still have Atelier Rurona and Atelier Totori Plus to get through for RPG's. I haven't even touched my copy of Fire Emblem yet. I think when I die, I want it to be from gaming related stress and not something like choking on food, getting run over by a car or something else silly like diabetes or a heart attack. Smiley: frown
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Hmm Think we should make a Backlog update thread? Sundays, challenge yourself to beat X number of games that week, write your impressions of those games for others to view on Saturday? Or just what you've been playing that week?

Im sure most of us have huge backlogs, may be an interesting idea.


I haven't beaten a game in years. I'm the worst.

I should do a challenge thread for myself... pick a game and start at the beginning and finish it.

I won't

Heck, even finishing fire emblem, that should be achievable, I am loving the heck out of that game, but... yeah. Um, failing.

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Well we could definitely start one. Maybe a Monthly "I plan on trying to play and beat Xgame,Xgame,Xgame. This month and have weekly updates in the thread, with thoughts opinions, ramblings.

Unfortunately I may be taking an internet break here In a month due to Life issues, and may be net less for a bit. Which could be good or bad, Im planning on filling my 500gig HD with all my steam games so I have stuff to do. (Download everything switch steam to offline mode)

Figured we all have Backlogs, and would be a nice way to see what everyone is playing or something.
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My husband went out of town last Friday for 2.5 weeks. Saturday I downloaded EQ. Last night I finally logged in. I rolled a Gnomish Necro. The game wouldn't let me start in Akanon. I had to start in the Gloomingdeep tutorial or the newbie area that I forget the name of but was added with the Serpent's Spine expansion.

I opted for Gloomingdeep. I figured refresher training was probably necessary. After about 45mins I had managed to kill only about 8 rats/bats. I think my UI is broken or maybe didn't load right. I can't seem to get descriptions of any items or spells or anything. I blindly put some arm gear an npc game me onto my character. For all I know they're cursed. In combat I randomly hit spells that I figured would do damage (a spell named Life-tap was a pretty good bet). But I never found an item description in any of the various places I looked.

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#492 Apr 08 2013 at 7:52 PM Rating: Good
Tomb Raider starts off pretty cool. Well once I disabled exclusive full screen to stop the kaleidoscope of death bug. I'm digging the visceral action sequences. They have made me kinda jump and laugh IRL a few times already. I almost want to see the gruesome way Lara will die sometimes if I mess up.

Also her hair looks fabulous. In fact the graphics are pretty stunning in general so far.
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I played (and reviewed) The Bridge. Can't really recommend it.

Moving on to Deadlight now, and I'll be reviewing Monaco when it comes out on the 24th. I'll be looking for peeps to play co-op with on the latter, so lemme know if you'll be grabbing it.
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I played (and reviewed) The Bridge. Can't really recommend it.

Moving on to Deadlight now, and I'll be reviewing Monaco when it comes out on the 24th. I'll be looking for peeps to play co-op with on the latter, so lemme know if you'll be grabbing it.


Ive never heard of any of these.
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Every once in a while, I log into TERA and ask myself, "am I still bored of this?" and my answer yesterday remains a solid "yes".
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Yeah, I haven't logged into TERA since my roommate got Terraria for the PS3.
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I played (and reviewed) The Bridge. Can't really recommend it.

Moving on to Deadlight now, and I'll be reviewing Monaco when it comes out on the 24th. I'll be looking for peeps to play co-op with on the latter, so lemme know if you'll be grabbing it.


Ive never heard of any of these.


The Bridge is an M.C. Escher and Braid-inspired puzzle game. I liked it less than most.

Deadlight's a simulated 3D zombie platformer. Mostly middling reviews, from everything I've seen. The visuals and a sale price sold me on it, so we'll see how it goes.

Monaco is top-down indie heist game. It won a few IGF awards back when it was originally previewed, years ago, and is finally getting released. I've played the beta build of it, and it was a lot of fun, so I'm expecting good things. Best I can describe it is Metal Gear Solid meets Hotline Miami and Ocean's Eleven.

All are PC games, available on Steam.


PS: I should note, I was using the royal "you" in the quote above.



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I got Deadlight in that Microsoft bundle from Amazon a while back. I should blow through a couple of those games and feel as though I've accomplished something (so to speak). I have Hotline Miami laying around as well.

I have Dead Space 1 & 2 (and no intent in getting 3). Should I play 1 then 2 or is one of them a vastly superior product?
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