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#552 Apr 16 2013 at 9:38 AM Rating: Good
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welp its about time for me to get back into LotRO then... heh. I almost logged on after watching The Hobbit.
#553 Apr 16 2013 at 11:20 AM Rating: Good
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I am really digging Kingdoms of Amalur...

It is a lot more enjoyable on the hotel HD TV where it doesn't look like it was made in MS paint (like on my tiny crappy LCD TV)
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#554 Apr 16 2013 at 11:48 AM Rating: Good
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It's a shame that game was so **** easy even on the hardest setting.
#555 Apr 16 2013 at 1:10 PM Rating: Good
I watched the Hobbit this weekend too and had the same thought about Lotro.
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#556 Apr 16 2013 at 3:12 PM Rating: Good
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It's a shame that game was so **** easy even on the hardest setting.


meanwhile, I put it on the easy setting, and I love how easy it is, cause I don't actually play video games to be challenged.
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#557 Apr 17 2013 at 8:42 AM Rating: Good
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I really wanted to get the new Monster Hunter game for the 3DS, but everything I am reading is saying that the camera is awful without a Circle Pad Pro, and I don't really want to spend $60 total ($40 for the game, $20 for the accessory) on it. Plus, I really like the Power Grip, since it extends the playtime of my 3DS. Maybe I'd grab a Circle Pad Pro if they put in a rechargeable cell like in the Power Grip. Most of the time that I'm playing a handheld, I'm away from a convenient charging area.
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#558 Apr 17 2013 at 1:11 PM Rating: Good
Age of Wushu is kind of growing on me. Everyone always says they want something different that is not a WoW clone. Well this is maybe the most different MMO system I have seen. The slow pace and different vibe are starting to seem like a charming thing.
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#559 Apr 17 2013 at 5:23 PM Rating: Good
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I really wanted to get the new Monster Hunter game for the 3DS, but everything I am reading is saying that the camera is awful without a Circle Pad Pro, and I don't really want to spend $60 total ($40 for the game, $20 for the accessory) on it. Plus, I really like the Power Grip, since it extends the playtime of my 3DS. Maybe I'd grab a Circle Pad Pro if they put in a rechargeable cell like in the Power Grip. Most of the time that I'm playing a handheld, I'm away from a convenient charging area.


You can download a demo on the eshop and see how it handles for yourself. It includes 2 or 3 battles.
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#560 Apr 18 2013 at 11:26 AM Rating: Good
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Right now, I am "hopping" between different games, because still searching something that keeps my attention.

After stopping my WoW subscription, I tasted the free to play games. After some experience there, got the impression that subscription model is cheaper on the long run. Here my actual list:

Aion. I was there from the beta (yep, was keeping both WoW and Aion subs xD). And it still is something I return to, every now and then, because I still enjoy its gameplay and graphics.

GW2. As launched, I were addicted to this. Right now, I keep it updated but not play very often there.

Eden Eternal. Chibi characters and easy, I like it for being able let me relax, and cash options are in a price range I can afford. I am passing most of my time here, in this days.

Scarled Blade. Some action, PvP and looking at some candy pixels, why not, so playing there too, every now and then.

Then, in my radar are Tales Runner and Arcane Saga (ex Prius), still to open in next days. And I'm thinking every now and then, if is it better return to WoW :)
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#561 Apr 18 2013 at 12:02 PM Rating: Decent
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GW2. As launched, I were addicted to this.


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#562 Apr 18 2013 at 12:07 PM Rating: Excellent
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I was there from the beta
I were addicted to this.

Also, list of games needs more TERA.
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#563 Apr 18 2013 at 12:08 PM Rating: Good
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Then, in my radar are Tales Runner and Arcane Saga (ex Prius), still to open in next days. And I'm thinking every now and then, if is it better return to WoW :)
I would suggest Warhammer Online if you've not tried it. It was my favorite MMO for about 5 years. You can play free to level 10. Fifteen/month subscription. It's largely a player v player and realm v realm game, but the PvE content isn't bad.
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#564 Apr 18 2013 at 8:20 PM Rating: Decent
I was in the mood for sonic and I had to fight the urge to Download adventure 2 onto my 360 so I got rush and Colors. I am surprised to find how challenging rush is. It's been awhile though I had to look in the play manual for anything. How to double jump was what was bewildering me.(R then hit up whaaaaa) I was happy to find Colors for the DS played differently then the wii, but sad to find that the strolling background noise in the form of Robotnik's commentary was gone. That was good for a mild laugh here and there.
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#565 Apr 19 2013 at 9:13 AM Rating: Good
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Olorinus the Ludicrous wrote:
Spoonless wrote:
I really wanted to get the new Monster Hunter game for the 3DS, but everything I am reading is saying that the camera is awful without a Circle Pad Pro, and I don't really want to spend $60 total ($40 for the game, $20 for the accessory) on it. Plus, I really like the Power Grip, since it extends the playtime of my 3DS. Maybe I'd grab a Circle Pad Pro if they put in a rechargeable cell like in the Power Grip. Most of the time that I'm playing a handheld, I'm away from a convenient charging area.


You can download a demo on the eshop and see how it handles for yourself. It includes 2 or 3 battles.
Wow. It would take quite a bit to get used to those controls. I can definitely see the need for the CPP to control the camera. Using the d-pad stops me from moving, unless I use my forefinger for the analog stick and thumb for the d-pad.
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#566 Apr 19 2013 at 9:35 AM Rating: Excellent
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I had "Ship Simulator Extreme" from some bundle and tried it last night for the lulz.

It was "extreme" in that I ran a cruise liner into a dock extremely slowly at which point it just sat there extremely still since, surprise!, cruise liners don't exactly back up and do a three-point turn.

In true Italian fashion, I looked at what I had done, said "nuts to this" and abandoned ship, quitting the game.
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#567 Apr 19 2013 at 9:41 AM Rating: Excellent
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#568 Apr 19 2013 at 10:06 AM Rating: Excellent
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#569 Apr 20 2013 at 1:17 PM Rating: Good
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Wow. It would take quite a bit to get used to those controls. I can definitely see the need for the CPP to control the camera. Using the d-pad stops me from moving, unless I use my forefinger for the analog stick and thumb for the d-pad.


Yeah I am glad I tried the demo cause I was interested in getting the game but it was really hard to control and I didn't like it, so saved myself the money.

I love being able to get demos on the 3DS now.

Edited, Apr 20th 2013 12:17pm by Olorinus
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#570 Apr 25 2013 at 2:00 PM Rating: Good
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I've been playing Monaco. Extended thoughts in the review in my sig (it's on NGN, not my blog, so the formatting should be more palatable to folks here).

It's a great little game. Mildly tense, chaotic multiplayer with a bevy of opportunities for ad-libbed teamwork. It captures the feel of a great heist movie, but in an arcade-y, abstract package.

If you check it out, play some online with me. I think I'm getting pretty good at it.

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#571 Apr 25 2013 at 2:19 PM Rating: Excellent
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I was playing Terraria for a while since my kid got it for the PS3 and seeing it gave me the bug. Now I think I'm bored with it again. Trying to locate and collect enough adamantite to stop myself from dying isn't really an entertaining way to spend my free hours.
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#572 Apr 29 2013 at 10:41 AM Rating: Good
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Monaco has been really fun so far, though I have only played a few stages. I think they did fairly well with the learning curve, and so far the stage length has been just right. I can play one or two if I have a few minutes.
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#573 Apr 29 2013 at 10:43 PM Rating: Good
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SMITE, if you like the idea of LoL/DotA but were afraid to try them. Its a 3rd person MOBA, for the first few levels it will auto buy and spend your points (if you dont turn it off) so you can focus on playing and worry later about different builds. Im having a Blast the All Random All Mid games are fun as heck too. Idk check it out its F2P or you can spend 29.99 and that is everything in the game including the unreleased gods.
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#574 Apr 30 2013 at 7:51 AM Rating: Excellent
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Ag Simulator 2013 is on sale today at GG which reminded me of this:

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#575 Apr 30 2013 at 8:03 AM Rating: Good
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I think I saw someone do that on World's Dumbest once.
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#576 May 03 2013 at 8:39 AM Rating: Good
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My brother gave me his XBAWKS, so I've been playing Happy Wars. It's pretty entertaining, but it takes a while to actually get into a match. The worst is when you finally get in one and the teams aren't balanced very well and you get steamrolled in a minute or two. Smiley: lol Other than that, it's pretty fun.

Oh, Battleblock Theater is entertaining, too.
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#577 May 03 2013 at 7:52 PM Rating: Good
I had forgotten that Neverwinter was in OB, until a friend asked me to join her. Not sure if I'll play it a lot, or if the characters from OB are being kept at all, but if anyone wants I have a Wizard (Gaftep), and Rogue (Anklestabber) so far. Just add me or let me know via pm if you want to play, I might keep it installed for a bit.
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#578 May 03 2013 at 8:52 PM Rating: Good
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I had forgotten that Neverwinter was in OB, until a friend asked me to join her. Not sure if I'll play it a lot, or if the characters from OB are being kept at all, but if anyone wants I have a Wizard (Gaftep), and Rogue (Anklestabber) so far. Just add me or let me know via pm if you want to play, I might keep it installed for a bit.



Characters are kept, its called OB, but consider it a soft launch. I'm on Dragon, with the Siren Santuary guild. Pretty fun game, liked it enough in CB to grab 2 of the $60 founder packs.
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#579 May 04 2013 at 9:41 AM Rating: Good
I'm still doing the Wushu thing. I'm VIP now with a level 28 inner Tangman on Red Pheonix. I figure I will do Neverwinter as soon as I get bored with this one.
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#580 May 04 2013 at 11:08 AM Rating: Good
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Dyadem, pet mage of Jabober wrote:
I had forgotten that Neverwinter was in OB, until a friend asked me to join her. Not sure if I'll play it a lot, or if the characters from OB are being kept at all, but if anyone wants I have a Wizard (Gaftep), and Rogue (Anklestabber) so far. Just add me or let me know via pm if you want to play, I might keep it installed for a bit.



Characters are kept, its called OB, but consider it a soft launch. I'm on Dragon, with the Siren Santuary guild. Pretty fun game, liked it enough in CB to grab 2 of the $60 founder packs.


We are on Dragon as well, I think you can just add @g0dless420 and that adds my entire account.
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#581 May 04 2013 at 1:44 PM Rating: Good
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Drulian, Pie Eating Champion wrote:
Dyadem, pet mage of Jabober wrote:
I had forgotten that Neverwinter was in OB, until a friend asked me to join her. Not sure if I'll play it a lot, or if the characters from OB are being kept at all, but if anyone wants I have a Wizard (Gaftep), and Rogue (Anklestabber) so far. Just add me or let me know via pm if you want to play, I might keep it installed for a bit.



Characters are kept, its called OB, but consider it a soft launch. I'm on Dragon, with the Siren Santuary guild. Pretty fun game, liked it enough in CB to grab 2 of the $60 founder packs.


We are on Dragon as well, I think you can just add @g0dless420 and that adds my entire account.


I'll add ya next time I'm on (@drulin)
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#583 May 18 2013 at 7:49 AM Rating: Decent
Final Fantasy XI - 9 years of being in Vana'Diel and still so much to do. It's a solid MMO, but it has its flaws.

Limbo - Technically I already played it but releasing let's play videos when my internet/YouTube lets me. It's... well it has a great first act... but it gets weaker from there.

Borderlands 2 - If you aren't from under a rock, you've likely heard of Gearbox's sequel. I haven't played in a while but since I have the season pass, will likely pick it up to get the new Vault Hunter.

Dark Souls - I bought it. It's hard as **** I died, lost all my souls by dying again. I did, however best on of the bosses toe to toe. I still need to try to get that damned drake, though.

I am also now on this Raptr thing. One guess what my name is there.
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#584 May 18 2013 at 8:28 AM Rating: Good
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Been playing a bunch of Halo 4. I bought it used, and it's still a solid value even without the map pass. The population in off-peak hours isn't great, but you can always get a game going, but the team-balancing can leave a bit to be desired. I only really like CTF and Grifball, anyway. The single-player content is pretty extensive, with a full main campaign, plus "Spartan Ops" that you run with your multi-player character (you can play both of those in co-op as well).

I still haven't installed Tomb Raider, Bioshock: Infinite, or FC3: Blood Dragon on my PC. I started the first Bioshock game, but haven't really gotten into it much. Not sure I'll end up finishing it.

I was really tempted to pick up Metro: Last Light but the **** surrounding Ranger Mode made my decision for me.

I still don't really know what Raptr is, and I probably never will.
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Hell, if I knew anyone actually cared I would have given you my Ranger Mode DLC from pre-ordering Smiley: laugh

That said, I wouldn't buy it now because it's full price and I don't buy stuff for full price. I only bought it because I could at least get the 25% off from GMG at the time.

Edited, May 18th 2013 9:54am by Jophiel
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Well, I'm just opposed to the idea in principle. Maybe it's because of how they advertised it. Apparently they only added the mode in after seeing the demand from Metro 2033 fans, but they advertise it as the way the game is meant to be played. If that's how they're going to say it, it makes the mode appear essential for a full experience, and therefore should not be a paid DLC, regardless of whether initial purchasers get it for "free".

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Eh, "how it was meant to be played" was copy from marketing wonks at THQ who wanted to sell pre-orders, not verbiage from the Ukrainians at 4A developing the actual game.

Seems no worse than True Vault Hunter mode. But then I guess I'm not too worried about who else buys the game or for what reason. You're missing out on a great game though.

Edited, May 18th 2013 10:24am by Jophiel
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#588 May 18 2013 at 10:52 AM Rating: Good
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Sanctum 2 lately for me. FPS/TD game. It's a little more FPS than TD but its a good game and the text-voice robot chat is hilarious.
#589 May 18 2013 at 11:05 AM Rating: Decent
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I still don't really know what Raptr is, and I probably never will.

Raptr is part unified friend list between platforms, part game stat tracking for "rewards", part data collecting crap.

I like it for the unified friend list. It allows you to connect your XBox, PSN and Steam and Raptr's own friend list into one place so if you see people in another game even if they are on another system, you can hop on there.

It has a rewards system mostly for games they are in bed with. I honestly haven't seen a single reward I'd redeem. But it does let you know how much time you waste in games.

Edited, May 18th 2013 1:06pm by Pawkeshup
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#590 May 19 2013 at 11:38 AM Rating: Good
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I went ahead and joined Raptr. Because why not?
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http://raptr.com/Zackavious/wall

Thats me. Speaking of which I received a random follower on Raptr /shrug.

Edit: Also just noticed Kastigir is hardcore at MS Solitaire, go him!

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I went ahead and joined Raptr. Because why not?

They eat babies.
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Hey anyone who has played borderlands 2, can you give me a hint? I've killed everything in "clear the berg" but nothing happens, I don't know how to progress, I never met the guy that is supposed to fix claptrap. It just says "protect claptrap" but there is nothing to protect him from anymore.

Am actually enjoying a shooter for the first time, would love to be able to continue to progress.

I figured it out, I had to restart the mission, wish that had been a little more obvious.

I am actually enjoying this game! It's awesome!

Edited, May 19th 2013 12:18pm by Olorinus
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Did he give you the message to meet him at his place, and to let Claptrap go first? If not check around and make sure there isn't a Bullymong or Bandit stuck in the wall(s). If that doesn't work exit to the main menu and go back in.
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I went ahead and joined Raptr. Because why not?

They know how to open your doors.

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Did he give you the message to meet him at his place, and to let Claptrap go first? If not check around and make sure there isn't a Bullymong or Bandit stuck in the wall(s). If that doesn't work exit to the main menu and go back in.


I exited to earlier area and came back, restarting the mission, I had killed everything but had failed to protect claptrap.
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I went ahead and joined Raptr. Because why not?
They eat babies.
I thought that was dingoes.
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http://raptr.com/Zackavious/wall

Thats me. Speaking of which I received a random follower on Raptr /shrug.

Edit: Also just noticed Kastigir is hardcore at MS Solitaire, go him!

Only 4 more hours until Elite.
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
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I went ahead and joined Raptr. Because why not?
They eat babies.
I thought that was dingoes.

Perhaps that just means dingoes are direct descendants of raptors.
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Pawkeshup, Averter of the Apocalypse wrote:
The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
Jophiel wrote:
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I went ahead and joined Raptr. Because why not?
They eat babies.
I thought that was dingoes.

Perhaps that just means dingoes are direct descendants of raptors.

I haven't heard any stories of dingoes opening doors.
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
Jophiel wrote:
The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
I went ahead and joined Raptr. Because why not?
They eat babies.
I thought that was dingoes.

Perhaps that just means dingoes are direct descendants of raptors.

I haven't heard any stories of dingoes opening doors.

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