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#702 Jul 09 2013 at 7:14 PM Rating: Good
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I started Dead Island the other day. Bought the GOTY for a few bucks a while back. I remembered it having mixed reviews but figured I might as well give it a shot.

It's okay. I guess. Hard to get excited about zombie games any more. The characters are done well enough. Some characters are annoying as **** and a just God would let me knife them. The weapon system is sh*t and it's hard to get into a game where your baseball bat or meat cleaver breaks after killing four guys with it. I know there's mods and repair stations and all but... again... my steel wrench starts falling apart after hitting four zombies upside the face.


That's why I played as the rapper, since his specialty is unarmed combat I didn't have to use weapons on anything lower than a special zombie.
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It's unarmed and blunt weapons! Gotta use those heavy pipes!
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#704 Jul 10 2013 at 5:02 AM Rating: Good
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Are you saying a strong pimp hand is not enough?
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It's always weird when a metal pipe breaks over smacking a squishy decomposing body.
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Are you saying a strong pimp hand is not enough?

I'd feel obligated to shout "Who do you voodoo, *****?!" at the screen each time I pimp-slapped a zombie to death.
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#708 Jul 29 2013 at 8:10 AM Rating: Good
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So I finally picked up Heavy Rain for PS3 yesterday. I ******* played through it in one sitting. I was surprised at how much I didn't ming QTE: The Game. I ended up having to turn the difficulty down to medium, because my reaction time is ****, and I was reclined on the couch, putting the controller at an odd angle to get all the Sixaxis prompts right. Any time I knew it was going to be Sixaxis heavy, I'd have to sit up so I could keep the controller parallel to the ground so all the motion **** would register correctly. Aside from that, it was a quite enjoyable story. Some of the graphics are... awkward (any kissing scene is robotic and could have been done better, in my opinion, by angling them so their mouths weren't visible). Some of the animations are a bit off, too, but the game is a few years old. I'm really looking forward to what QD does with Beyond: Two Souls.
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#709 Jul 29 2013 at 8:17 AM Rating: Good
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I've been meaning to pick that up for a long while now. I enjoyed the demo, just never got around to it.
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#710 Jul 29 2013 at 8:36 AM Rating: Good
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It was a good experience. I know there are different endings and stuff, but I probably won't go through it again, at least not for a long time. It was $20 new, and I guess it was around 7.5-8 hours. I got the "best" ending. There are quite a few ways you can influence the story. I guess there's supposed to be around 25+ hours of content if you go back and see everything. So for one playthrough, the money:playlength ratio can be pretty poor compared to other games, even at $20, but I definitely think it was worth it.

Oh, $20 gets you the "Director's Cut" which includes an additional scenario. I haven't played it yet, so I don't know how long that is. So you do get a bit more than the 8 hours.
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#711 Jul 29 2013 at 11:20 PM Rating: Decent
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I'm playing Rune Factory 4, Super Meat Boy (slowly, SLOWLY chipping away at 100(6?)%. I've only 100% The Forest and am close on The Hospital. I just beat Gunpoint the other day, which was great for the price, actually a delightful game. Started playing The Swapper. I also started a modded out game of New Vegas (which is actually kind of ****, pimped out). I plan on taking the plunge on Witcher 2 very soon. I have a lot of playing to do before SR4 and GTAV.
#712 Jul 30 2013 at 12:23 AM Rating: Good
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I beat Sleeping Dogs finally. It was ok but dragged on a bit and was pretty cliche. I didnt 100% or anything just beat the main story. I liked it overall. Im contemplating what to play next. (Or chip away at Darksiders 1)
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#713 Jul 30 2013 at 3:15 AM Rating: Good
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Go back and play the side story DLC, like "Nightmare in Northpoint".
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#714 Jul 30 2013 at 3:16 AM Rating: Good
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I also started a modded out game of New Vegas (which is actually kind of ****, pimped out).


Nude and 'Humping the Mojave" mods installed, got it.
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#715 Jul 30 2013 at 6:44 AM Rating: Excellent
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Tried the Brave New World expansion... then it was 1:15am Smiley: disappointed
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#716 Jul 30 2013 at 8:39 AM Rating: Good
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I beat Sleeping Dogs finally. It was ok but dragged on a bit and was pretty cliche. I didnt 100% or anything just beat the main story. I liked it overall. Im contemplating what to play next. (Or chip away at Darksiders 1)


Not a bad game, but probably my least favorite of the genre...

I couldn't get over how terrible the driving physics were.
#717 Jul 30 2013 at 8:42 AM Rating: Good
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BeanX the Irrelevant wrote:
I beat Sleeping Dogs finally. It was ok but dragged on a bit and was pretty cliche. I didnt 100% or anything just beat the main story. I liked it overall. Im contemplating what to play next. (Or chip away at Darksiders 1)


Not a bad game, but probably my least favorite of the genre...

I couldn't get over how terrible the driving physics were.

Better or worse than the Mako?
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#718 Jul 30 2013 at 9:16 AM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
KTurner wrote:
BeanX the Irrelevant wrote:
I beat Sleeping Dogs finally. It was ok but dragged on a bit and was pretty cliche. I didnt 100% or anything just beat the main story. I liked it overall. Im contemplating what to play next. (Or chip away at Darksiders 1)


Not a bad game, but probably my least favorite of the genre...

I couldn't get over how terrible the driving physics were.

Better or worse than the Mako?


Dont know what that is...
#719 Jul 30 2013 at 9:28 AM Rating: Good
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KTurner wrote:
idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
KTurner wrote:
BeanX the Irrelevant wrote:
I beat Sleeping Dogs finally. It was ok but dragged on a bit and was pretty cliche. I didnt 100% or anything just beat the main story. I liked it overall. Im contemplating what to play next. (Or chip away at Darksiders 1)


Not a bad game, but probably my least favorite of the genre...

I couldn't get over how terrible the driving physics were.

Better or worse than the Mako?


Dont know what that is...


Land transport in Mass Effect, literally a brick on roller skates.
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#720 Jul 30 2013 at 10:04 AM Rating: Good
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KTurner wrote:
idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
KTurner wrote:
BeanX the Irrelevant wrote:
I beat Sleeping Dogs finally. It was ok but dragged on a bit and was pretty cliche. I didnt 100% or anything just beat the main story. I liked it overall. Im contemplating what to play next. (Or chip away at Darksiders 1)


Not a bad game, but probably my least favorite of the genre...

I couldn't get over how terrible the driving physics were.

Better or worse than the Mako?


Dont know what that is...


Land transport in Mass Effect, literally a brick on roller skates.


Ah, well its opposite a brick on rollerskates. super sticky, twitchy and fast cars/motorcycles.
#721 Jul 30 2013 at 12:07 PM Rating: Good
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I bought sleeping dogs as a gift because I don't know why. Have no intention of actually playing it.

Currently playing Shin Megami Tensai IV ... I woke up at 1:30 am and for some reason I thought it would be a great idea to load er up...it was 4 am and I died to some boss type thing got annoyed and got some sleep thankfully. Really grindy... I like it.
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#722 Jul 30 2013 at 12:57 PM Rating: Good
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Been working my way through Atelier Meruru. Just finished the first play through and planning to do NG+ to go after some trophies and other endings.
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#723 Jul 30 2013 at 1:19 PM Rating: Good
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KTurner wrote:
idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
KTurner wrote:
BeanX the Irrelevant wrote:
I beat Sleeping Dogs finally. It was ok but dragged on a bit and was pretty cliche. I didnt 100% or anything just beat the main story. I liked it overall. Im contemplating what to play next. (Or chip away at Darksiders 1)


Not a bad game, but probably my least favorite of the genre...

I couldn't get over how terrible the driving physics were.

Better or worse than the Mako?


Dont know what that is...


Land transport in Mass Effect, literally a brick on roller skates.


Ah, well its opposite a brick on rollerskates. super sticky, twitchy and fast cars/motorcycles.


I liked it just because: A man without a pork bun is only half a man.

Also I liked the Kung Fu street fights, learning new moves and trying to incorporate them in. The driving did get kinda brutal at times. Not as bad as mafia 2 in the winter though.

SRTT driving was nice when you got your car all tanked up with reinforcements and it became much less fragile. I liked that system.
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#724 Jul 30 2013 at 1:28 PM Rating: Good
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SRTT was the best of genre for me. Thanks to that game I have no interest in GTA V.
#725 Jul 31 2013 at 8:06 AM Rating: Good
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Cloudberry Kingdom is really fun, if you like difficult platformers.
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#726 Jul 31 2013 at 8:19 AM Rating: Good
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Cloudberry Kingdom is really fun, if you like difficult platformers.


Saw the trailer for it, looks like Super Meat Boy combined with Bullet **** shooters. Smiley: yikes
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#727 Aug 01 2013 at 10:00 PM Rating: Good
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I've been having lots of fun with Loadout recently. It feels like a third-person TF2. I like the customizable guns. My biggest issue is that too many of them just suck. You can spend 20 minutes swapping parts in and out and get something that just blows. And this is the norm. I get that they don't want to have too many overpowered weapons, but I think they need to raise the floor a bit. Also, parts are expensive and while you can get them through normal play, the game will very quickly move towards pay to win.

Anyway, it's $10 for early access, and F2P when it launches.
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I'm bumping this.

Currently playing some GTA: Online. I only really like the "Mission" games. Both the co-op and versus missions are really fun. I don't care for races and abhor deathmatch.

Picked up Splinter Cell: Blacklist for some online action. Spies vs. Mercs is really ******* good.

Pokemon X. I have only ever played one Pokemon game before (Ruby). It's been fun so far, but I've been stuck for like the past hour or so because I couldn't capture an Abra and now I can't get one to spawn again. I dunno how long I will play it but it's a fun diversion. I am not going to really research anything so I'm sure my pokemon will be sub-par.
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#729 Oct 14 2013 at 11:24 AM Rating: Good
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NBA 2k13, Magicka, Witcher 2, Rift, F1 2012 currently on my PC gaming rotisserie.

Heavy Rain on PS3 a bit.

I'd never given Magicka much of a chance but I've been having a lot of fun with it.

Edited, Oct 14th 2013 10:26am by KTurner
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I have started The Witcher and The Witcher 2 probably 7 or 8 times each, and I always forget about them after the first distraction, only to start over a couple months later. I really want to play through them but I have a feeling I never will.
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#731 Oct 14 2013 at 11:28 AM Rating: Excellent
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Got back into Everquest for some unknown reason so haven't fired up Steam in a few weeks.
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#732 Oct 14 2013 at 11:28 AM Rating: Good
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I have started The Witcher and The Witcher 2 probably 7 or 8 times each, and I always forget about them after the first distraction, only to start over a couple months later. I really want to play through them but I have a feeling I never will.


I'm the same way. It's hard to pick the game up where you left off, but that's what I did this time. I installed that new official combat mod or w/e it was and this is the first time ive been back to playing it. Game is running a lot better, maybe because of the patch or because i changed something.
#733 Oct 14 2013 at 12:09 PM Rating: Good
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Pokemon XY here, as well. They really got rid of quite a few typical design features of early games. Each area seems to have a ton of pokemon that spawn (with a bunch of more-rare spawns).

But before you even beat the first gym, you could have caught two different fire types, a water type, a grass type, an electic type (pikachu), plus two different normal and normal/flying pokemon, and some snake pokemon with rollout, a farfetch'd, etc.

It's pretty awesome. Smiley: lol
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#734 Oct 14 2013 at 12:20 PM Rating: Excellent
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Being sick gave me a chance to download a bunch of new mods and get back into Skyrim again. Now I have a richer, prettier, and much more detailed world, filled with many scantily clad individuals; of which I largely approve. I stepped back in right where I left off, and started a few new alts. I'm up to like 10ish now, with none of them past the early 30s, and I've yet to get more than about 1/2 way through the main story. Probably starting my next alt sometime soon, thinking a robe/clothing Conjuration-focused Mage, as I haven't done that yet.
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******* ******* ABRA DOESN'T WANT TO SPAWN AGAIN
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Spoon, that first gym gave you a TM for Infestation, which you can teach to a bug pokemon. It makes it so that the target can't flee the battle.

Grab the fastest bug pokemon you have, teach it infestation, and use that to catch Abra. It will ALWAYS try to teleport away, so your only options are to throw a pokeball right away and hope it works, paralyze/sleep it first turn, hope that lands, and then try to catch it before it can flee... or use that skill and enjoy not having to worry.
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#737 Oct 15 2013 at 10:02 AM Rating: Excellent
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So wait... 20 years later we're still trying to catch an Abra? Smiley: confused
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#738 Oct 15 2013 at 10:38 AM Rating: Good
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Who doesn't want an Alakazam?
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#739 Oct 15 2013 at 11:00 AM Rating: Good
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Theres already one pokemon thread too many in this forum.
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Who doesn't want an Alakazam?
Muk?
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Theres already one pokemon thread too many in this forum.

Edit: I should probably explain. I started reading the last five or so posts in this thread and heard that coming from the living room. Apparently the roommates were browsing Youtube on the Playstation. Felt like too good of a coincidence not to post.

Edited, Oct 15th 2013 1:37pm by Poldaran
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#742 Oct 15 2013 at 1:35 PM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Spoon, that first gym gave you a TM for Infestation, which you can teach to a bug pokemon. It makes it so that the target can't flee the battle.

Grab the fastest bug pokemon you have, teach it infestation, and use that to catch Abra. It will ALWAYS try to teleport away, so your only options are to throw a pokeball right away and hope it works, paralyze/sleep it first turn, hope that lands, and then try to catch it before it can flee... or use that skill and enjoy not having to worry.
Yeah, my Beedrill has Infestation. I just can't get the Abra to appear again. I saw like 4 of them within 10 minutes, and then nothing. I didn't think to use Infestation. :/
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
KTurner wrote:
Theres already one pokemon thread too many in this forum.

Edit: I should probably explain. I started reading the last five or so posts in this thread and heard that coming from the living room. Apparently the roommates were browsing Youtube on the Playstation. Felt like too good of a coincidence not to post.

Edited, Oct 15th 2013 1:37pm by Poldaran


Im sure its great but youtube is blocked.
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If you still need I'm breeding my kadabra right now so I can give you one tonight.
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#745 Nov 16 2013 at 2:19 PM Rating: Excellent
Apparently my new thing is never finishing games I bought on a whim on Steam sales. Then going back to games I liked but over played already.

Recently:

Played Borderlands 2 like a mad man for 200-300 hours.

Played Metro 2033, fell off a cart in the dark with **** guns and **** ammo while monsters humped my face. Quit after 20 minutes, need to go back...

Played Risen 2, got near the end but realized I was forcing myself to play it. Never finished.

Played another character through BL2.

Played GTA IV, was ok but pacing was weird and got bored after maybe 2/3's and quit.

Played some more BL 2.

Played Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing. Pretty fun for a bit, started feeling like a factory job where I get payed for how many thousands of monsters I smash per hour. 2/3 quit.

Rolled a new toon with mods in Skyrim. Did all the guilds and got to the DLC and realized, I have done both DLC too recently for it still to be fun. Quit.

Played Bastion... Actually finished! Gem of a little game. Would recommend.


Now I am wondering what I should play next. Go back and give Metro 2033 another shot? Play Defiance? Apparently that's an MMO of sorts, I should most likely try it before it folds. Or maybe Xcom vanilla?

Hmm..

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#746 Nov 16 2013 at 2:40 PM Rating: Good
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Apparently my new thing is never finishing games I bought on a whim on Steam sales.


I thought that was how it was supposed to be done...
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
KTurner wrote:
Theres already one pokemon thread too many in this forum.

Edit: I should probably explain. I started reading the last five or so posts in this thread and heard that coming from the living room. Apparently the roommates were browsing Youtube on the Playstation. Felt like too good of a coincidence not to post.

Edited, Oct 15th 2013 1:37pm by Poldaran


Ok i just watched that and it was actually pretty awesome.

Anyway, I've been playing a lot of path of exile ( I'm really liking it ) and kerbal space program, which is suprising the crap out of me with how fun it is.

Edited, Nov 16th 2013 12:43pm by KTurner
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Theres already one pokemon thread too many in this forum.

Edit: I should probably explain. I started reading the last five or so posts in this thread and heard that coming from the living room. Apparently the roommates were browsing Youtube on the Playstation. Felt like too good of a coincidence not to post.
Ok i just watched that and it was actually pretty awesome.
Told ya.
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I was busy uninstalling random programs when I noticed I had Reus installed. I have no memory of acquiring this game, but I figured since it was installed I'd try it out. It's mildly amusing so far.
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I got sucked into FFXI again
it's like crack.
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I miss FFXI events with my friends. They are still playing and I could go back and play with them, but I have no interest in any of the newer ****. I liked everything up through WotG. Abyssea was OK, I guess, but that's kind of when I started to lose interest. Last time I tried to get back into it, I just got frustrated at being **** at everything I was previously good at and only lasted maybe a week.
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