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#1052 Mar 20 2014 at 3:38 PM Rating: Good
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Considering the problems I'm having trying to parkour in Titanfall I may have to switch to a controller.
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#1053 Mar 22 2014 at 10:28 AM Rating: Good
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Playing MOAR Hearthstone. Made a Hunter facerush deck to get my daily quests in. Man, it's so cheap and easy to play. There are about zero decisions you ever have to make. I hate coming up against them, too. There's almost no interaction between you and the other player.
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#1054 Mar 22 2014 at 11:39 AM Rating: Decent
Well in Hearthstone, the bigger your wallet the better you are.
#1055 Mar 22 2014 at 11:47 AM Rating: Excellent
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Well in Hearthstone, the bigger your wallet the better you are.
That's true of just about any CCG, is it not?
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#1056 Mar 22 2014 at 11:58 AM Rating: Good
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Not really, a big wallet is definitely required in Magic if you want to compete in tournaments but the game is complex enough that good cards don't mean **** if you don't know how to play the meta game and your deck very well.
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#1057 Mar 22 2014 at 12:44 PM Rating: Good
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I think HS would be more enjoyable if it took overall deck quality into consideration when matching with opponents.

Arena can be really fun, though.

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#1058 Mar 22 2014 at 11:17 PM Rating: Good
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Well in Hearthstone, the bigger your wallet the better you are.


Nah, it's more about how intelligent you are and how lucky you are when you do open packs. Also Arena.
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#1059 Mar 23 2014 at 8:44 AM Rating: Good
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I mean, I fully agree that intelligence/skill is a big factor... but how big your wallet is pretty directly addresses the luck issue. Luck matters a lot more when you can't buy 50 boosters.
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#1060 Mar 23 2014 at 10:14 AM Rating: Excellent
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I am not liking this 100 gold per day earn limit. It should be 150 per day, or better yet, 1050 per week so people who can't play every day aren't penalized as much. That would allow you to earn an Arena entry every day.
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#1061 Mar 23 2014 at 2:32 PM Rating: Good
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idiggory the Fussy wrote:
I mean, I fully agree that intelligence/skill is a big factor... but how big your wallet is pretty directly addresses the luck issue. Luck matters a lot more when you can't buy 50 boosters.
It's pretty much guaranteed in any collectible card game that money is going to be a limiting factor. Although MtG is holding draft grand prix where a little luck and a lot of skill are all it takes.
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I started playing a new game of DA:O this weekend Smiley: laugh I was in kind of an "eh" mood and figured DA:O is always good for a solid enjoyable ride. Installed some graphic mods which prettied it up a bit and ran with it.

I'll spare you further commentary aside from noting that I killed Zevran upon meeting him this game because f--- that guy.
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#1063 Mar 24 2014 at 8:49 AM Rating: Excellent
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My weekend game was again....Don't Starve.

It's a sickness really.

My guy(gal) dies stupidly and tragically after many cold nights eating raw rabbit hinds and running from rabid hounds. When the moment of death finally comes I say silently to myself "yay, I'm free of this game now. I can play something normal and not twisted".

The next time I sit down for some gaming, my mouse hovers around over all the cool icons for various games but then like the ouija planchette, of it's own free will, it slides to the Don't Starve icon and double clicks.






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I sucked enough at Don't Starve that it failed to get deep hooks into me. "Oh hey, I'm dead after twenty minutes. Guess I'll do something else now."
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#1065 Mar 24 2014 at 5:38 PM Rating: Good
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Elinda wrote:
My weekend game was again....Don't Starve.

It's a sickness really.

My guy(gal) dies stupidly and tragically after many cold nights eating raw rabbit hinds and running from rabid hounds. When the moment of death finally comes I say silently to myself "yay, I'm free of this game now. I can play something normal and not twisted".

The next time I sit down for some gaming, my mouse hovers around over all the cool icons for various games but then like the ouija planchette, of it's own free will, it slides to the Don't Starve icon and double clicks.



I'm glad that you like this game as much as I do. Haven't played it in awhile, but when I first got it - it pretty much stole all my game time (even though I got it pre actual release it was still horribly addictive)

Unlike Joph, being terrible at it to start didn't deter me.
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#1066 Mar 26 2014 at 9:10 AM Rating: Good
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Played a bit of Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls. Haven't done Act V yet, but I'm enjoying the Crusader class. It's basically what I tried to get out of the Barbarian when I started, since I love sword & board characters.

Hearthstone, I'm going to try to get to Legend rank with my cheap Hunter rush deck. I was up to rank 7, but had a bad losing stretch and am a loss away from being back down to rank 9.
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#1067 Mar 29 2014 at 3:30 PM Rating: Good
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Completed the RoS campaign. The writing is definitely better than vanilla D3, and I liked the setup for future games/expansions, though a not-insignificant part of me is certain they'll **** it up.

I thought that they wrapped up the follower storylines way too quickly, considering how long they were drawn out in the original game. They were probably the best-written characters of vanilla D3, and to have pretty much the only redeeming stories from the initial game wrapped up so quickly was a bit disappointing. Similarly, while the act felt a bit on the long side, I thought they had enough story material to stretch it to two acts. I think it would have better established the main villain, and they could have delayed a particular fight a bit more, especially considering the implications. Of course, only a fool would play Diablo for the story, I guess.
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#1068 Mar 29 2014 at 4:37 PM Rating: Decent
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Completed the RoS campaign. The writing is definitely better than vanilla D3
That's not really saying much, or anything really.
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#1069 Mar 29 2014 at 6:53 PM Rating: Excellent
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OK.
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#1070 Mar 29 2014 at 7:27 PM Rating: Good
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I still havent got my $60 out of the original game, no way i'm giving them another $40.
#1071 Mar 30 2014 at 5:21 AM Rating: Good
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If you played on the PC, you should revisit the core game and see how you like it now. They just put through a major content patch that changes a lot.
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#1072 Mar 30 2014 at 8:24 AM Rating: Good
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If you played on the PC, you should revisit the core game and see how you like it now. They just put through a major content patch that changes a lot.
If they had put out this gameplay experience at launch, it would definitely not have been panned as hard as it was, that's for sure. There's still a bunch of stuff that I wish were different, but I've definitely gotten my money's value out of the game.

Just hit 62 on a Hardcore Crusader. I'm scared to bump up the difficulty to Torment. I think I'm going to grind to 70 on Master or even Expert, and try to get a bunch of Paragon levels before trying it. I should probably start work on a backup character, too.

Edit: Might have just lost my HC character. Heaven's Fury wouldn't fire off, so I paused at about 50% health to wait it out. Then my internet connection went out and now I'm scared to log back in and find out. Smiley: lol

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#1073 Mar 30 2014 at 10:05 AM Rating: Good
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Welp...

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I really wish you had the option to revive your HC character as a SC character. Smiley: crymore

Edited, Mar 30th 2014 12:40pm by Spoonless
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#1074 Mar 30 2014 at 12:07 PM Rating: Good
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idiggory the Fussy wrote:
If you played on the PC, you should revisit the core game and see how you like it now. They just put through a major content patch that changes a lot.


I played just last weekend for the first time since vanilla and it's really fun now. But now that there's a level 70 cap with the expansion (which everyone I know bought immediately, despite hating the way they made d3 and quitting after 1pt) there isn't much point in grinding out level 60 loot, right? Maybe I'm missing something I can do that would be worth while, because I do want to continue playing vanilla.

I got more hrs and fun out of torchlight 2 and poe for a lot less money, I have a hard time further rewarding activision for their terrible moneygrab version of d3.

#1075 Mar 30 2014 at 6:25 PM Rating: Good
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Picked up the HD remake of FFX/X-2 and it's gorgeous. Completely redone menus, re-rendered textures in many places, and it even seems like they re-rendered the movies at 720p. I'm about to hit the boat to Luca.

I went to pick up my Al Bhed dictionary, and discovered that since all my saved games were on the PS2 collecting dust in the attic, I had none stored. DOH! Time to learn ruf du cbayg drec tisp myhkiyka ymm ujan ykyeh.

I'm really hoping they give XII the same treatment someday.



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#1076 Mar 30 2014 at 6:34 PM Rating: Good
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If they do XII, I hope they add the option to change the X Axis camera controls. I love playing it, but the left/right camera screws me up all the time. And I'm sure they'll release the Zodiac/International version if they do, since they've done the International Releases for everything else.

I fired up X/X2 HD this morning, and played X for a bit (not long, had to go eat with the Parents since I'm finally home after 3 months of being away).

From what I read, they upscaled the movies, and then cropped them to fit 720 resolution.

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#1077 Mar 30 2014 at 11:45 PM Rating: Good
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If you played on the PC, you should revisit the core game and see how you like it now. They just put through a major content patch that changes a lot.


I played just last weekend for the first time since vanilla and it's really fun now. But now that there's a level 70 cap with the expansion (which everyone I know bought immediately, despite hating the way they made d3 and quitting after 1pt) there isn't much point in grinding out level 60 loot, right? Maybe I'm missing something I can do that would be worth while, because I do want to continue playing vanilla.

I got more hrs and fun out of torchlight 2 and poe for a lot less money, I have a hard time further rewarding activision for their terrible moneygrab version of d3.


Well, there's only as much point to grinding in Diablo as you want there to be. The endgame activities for 70 are much the same as they are for 60: get better gear. There's not a big difference between doing that at 60 and doing that at 70. If you decide later down the line to get the expansion, then yeah, you're gear will be out of date. However, that's going to be the same for whenever they inevitably raise the level cap to 80 in the next expansion.

The point I'm making is, as long as you're having fun then who cares what level it's at?
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#1078 Mar 31 2014 at 12:13 AM Rating: Good
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I have fond memories of FFX & FFXI. I doubt I could play either game today, unfortunately.
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I've replayed FFX somewhat recently. Maybe 2-3 years ago. The game held up pretty well, actually. The graphics (playing SD on an HDTV) were my biggest complaint, by far.

If I had a Vita, I'd definitely have that version.
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idiggory the Fussy wrote:
I've replayed FFX somewhat recently. Maybe 2-3 years ago. The game held up pretty well, actually. The graphics (playing SD on an HDTV) were my biggest complaint, by far.

If I had a Vita, I'd definitely have that version.


No PS3 either? I'm playing it on PS3.
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#1081 Mar 31 2014 at 7:12 AM Rating: Good
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Oh, I have a PS3, I just meant that I'd DEFINITELY own it if I had a Vita. Right now I'm waiting.
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#1082 Mar 31 2014 at 7:49 AM Rating: Good
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I played some Castlevania Mirror of Fate this weekend.

It was ok if you wanted to watch a lot of video. In the hour and a half I played I'm sure half of that was tied up in cut scenes. They even cut in two boss kills! I wanted to try to kill them baddies. The only saving grace was the art was pretty good (the storyline only so-so)

The gameplay when I got to do it was actually pretty fun. It lacked the crazy-scary 'nighttime' survival feel that I got from the original Castlevania.
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Oh, I have a PS3, I just meant that I'd DEFINITELY own it if I had a Vita. Right now I'm waiting.


The improvements to the visuals are enough that I'm actually glad I'm playing it on the 40" television.
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#1084 Mar 31 2014 at 10:37 AM Rating: Good
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Been having a blast with D3: RoS. 2 characters to 70, will probably work on a 3rd eventually as well (got Crusader up to 50, it's fairly fun but a bit clunky imo). The new adventure mode with Rifts and Bounties is a great addition for level cap content and gear "farming". Much better than just doing the same old kill runs over and over again. Also the new difficulty levels are well tuned - with moderate gear (a couple decent legendaries) and some skill I can do Torment I/II, but past that is too hard or too time consuming. What I'm less pleased with is the drop rates on all the new legendary crafting materials and keys - they seem really low. Like, really really low. Not sure if that's intentional or what, but it's a less welcome change from the key farming in Vanilla (though I do admit even those had streaks of no drops). I just want to see the new key content! I do like how the machines are separated so (I'm assuming) you can choose which portal to open.

I've also been playing a lot of FFXIV. Of course the new big content patch had to hit 2 days after RoS. Been trying to split my time between the 2 games but I ended up playing more D3 this weekend by far >_>.
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The Rifts & Bounties system makes for pretty quick leveling on a fresh character, too. My new HC Crusader is around level 30. The followers are unlocked at certain levels (I don't remember what levels specifically, but near when you'd get them on Normal in story mode), and you can basically just never play the story again. Of course, I still have to play through Act V on softcore to unlock adventure mode, but at least on HC i don't have to anymore.
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The nice thing about finishing the story is the guaranteed legendary at the end. Of course, if you're not interested in the story at all then that's a lot of work for just one legendary (well, and a plan for some bracers the first time you kill Malthael) Smiley: tongue.
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I think Diablo drops 2 Legendarys every kill (Least he has for me). Im looking forward to get RoS, I'm waiting on my taxes to come back before I have any disposable income.
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#1088 Mar 31 2014 at 6:56 PM Rating: Excellent
FC3 Blood Dragon made me do an escort mission right off the bat and the escort died. Will devs every learn how much we Fing hate escort missions?

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FC3 Blood Dragon made me do an escort mission right off the bat and the escort died. Will devs every learn how much we Fing hate escort missions?


They do, that's why he gets killed off.
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#1090 Mar 31 2014 at 8:43 PM Rating: Good
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FC3 Blood Dragon made me do an escort mission right off the bat and the escort died. Will devs every learn how much we Fing hate escort missions?


They do, that's why he gets killed off.


I'd be into this more if the mission did not fail when it happened. I was prolly just not in the right mood for this game.
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Okay, yeah, Neverwinter is pretty boring at max level. No matter what class you play (I tried Great Weapon Fighter and Control Wizard). Great combat, interesting stories, neat player-created content, but nothing to keep it going after you hit max level.

Time to find another MMORPG to waste my time on.
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I just got hit with the strong desire to play a MMO, but I have no particular desires in terms of which one... Not interested in WoW or FFXIV (both of which I have max level chars in).

May or may not be interested in TOR - can't decide.
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There's always RO.
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#1094 Apr 03 2014 at 11:45 AM Rating: Good
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I've never actually played it. Smiley: lol
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#1095 Apr 03 2014 at 11:51 AM Rating: Good
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Play Borderlands 2? You mentioned you owned it and hadn't played it much and it honestly kind of plays like an MMO(FPS), what with gear and leveling and talent trees and the whole style and flavour of the world.
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#1096 Apr 03 2014 at 11:59 AM Rating: Good
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On that note, I'm playing through the story for the second time with Gaige now, Anarchy is the **** Also first time 'round I had some serious trouble with Blue, took me all of about 30 seconds now (although the 300 stacks of Anarchy and orange assault rifle I found help a lot).
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#1098 Apr 03 2014 at 12:16 PM Rating: Good
Oh man I wanted to love that Waifu, I really did. I beat normal with her but watching anarchy stacks makes me insane. I really don't like managing stacks that fall off without refresh or on death in any game.
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Rebind the reload key so you don't accidentally reload and it's pretty easy and if I do happen to die and lose my stacks I've got a sniper rifle to get the first 50 or so stacks rolling so my assault rifle or shotgun can get to 1 or 2 shotting almost anything.
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I just got hit with the strong desire to play a MMO, but I have no particular desires in terms of which one... Not interested in WoW or FFXIV (both of which I have max level chars in).

Play Tera. Let us know how it goes.
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#1101 Apr 03 2014 at 1:04 PM Rating: Good
She was my like my 3rd character after taking 2 to 70 back when that was the cap. So reloading was pretty much ingrained in my brain like breathing. I thought about the unbinding thing but ultimately rolled a SAL to mess around and got swept up in the power of near unlimited gunzerking first with Infinity pistols and later with DPUH and Ruby. Took him to cap as well.

Sal is pretty much a beast once he gets enough points in him.
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