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[Global Agenda] Sci-fi TF2 with jetpacks but with fewer classes and fewer hats

DarkewolfeDarkewolfe Registered User regular
edited July 2011 in MMO Extravaganza
Note:
This entire OP is super out of date and I don't feel like updating it. Not many people play anymore, but since the game has gone free to play, anyone can try.

Global Agenda: No Elves.

http://www.globalagendagame.com/

http://www.agentsvselves.com/

When

It came out
February 1, 2010


What

Global Agenda is an online persistent shooter. It borrows heavily from Team Fortress 2 and throws in dashes of Guild Wars and Tribes to boot. Similar to Guild Wars, Global Agenda is a heavily distilled PVP game with an incidental PVE component used to accentuate overarching AvA (territory control battles by guilds) goals.

Global Agenda is a 3rd-person-only shooter that features 4 classes. The classes are very much boiled down versions of the TF2 classes, and each class features a variety of equipment combinations that affect your role in a match. In addition to a variety of guns and gadgets, Global Agenda hangs its hat on a tolerable implementation of melee combat and jetpacks. Unlike Tribes, jetpacks cannot be used in conjunction with weapons, so there's no endless hopping up in down trying to mid air people.

The banner feature of Global Agenda is the territory control game, AvA, which is a pay to play component that involves Agencies (guilds). Agencies form into Alliances and vie for control of parts of a hexagon map in an effort to grow their empire. Owning a hex lets you collect resources and build equipment (read: robots, mechs, super turrets) to further advance their cause (or should I say... agenda!! ahahaha ...).

Despite my rather dry description, AvA gameplay is as intense as you can find in the online shooter market. It's competitive (mostly) and rewards tactics and skill.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z62FYqalwDE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F93hdBjBg28

How

Buy it from Steam. It costs $50 or something. You can also buy it directly from Hi-Rez at their site last I checked.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du6rYBqbKbU


Who

There are about 80 bajillion PAers playing right now. Do a /who on the Agency "KCHS" and see who is on. Try to bully one of them into inviting you.



Classes:
Ok, someone mentioned classes. This is relevant to my interests.

You have four base classes. Each player can have up to 8 characters without subscribing (10 if you do), so you will be able to have multiple characters, each with different skill and gear setups. The classes are:

Assault

"This heavy weapons specialist is clad in the thickest armor available, allowing for a sustained presence on the open battlefield while laying down a withering barrage of explosive firepower."

Assaults are the front line soldiers. They have the most health, the most damage resistance, and their abilities are largely focused on absorbing damage, laying down suppressive fire, and taking out enemy turrets and robotics face to face. They move a little slower than everyone else but given their size, they jetpack around nicely with some basic skill points.

Core equipment (note, some types of equipment have multiple varieties with different characteristics)

Minigun: basically the minigun from TF2. Slows movement down or roots you outright. Has a knockback as well. Powerful against stationary targets.

Launchers: exposive launchers that can take out large clusters of enemies, or at least hurt them badly. Not great in 1 on 1 fights but hell for medics if you can hit 3+ targets at once

Shields: Different types of shields for different types of damage. You start the game with a shield that basically doubles your health against ranged energy weapons.

Grenades: Homing grenades, anti-turret grenades... grenades are awesome

Recon

"Stealth and speed are the main allies of the recon agent, who also uses subversion and misdirection to confound an enemy force while executing lightning fast ambushes against individual opponents."

The Rogue/Death Knight of GA. There will be 50 million of these in every match and they are as annoying as they sound. Recons move quickly, stealth, and can deal out very large amounts of damage with their sword, or they can pull back with a sniper rifle. Recons also have some pretty beefy mines/bombs that can be sort-of-deployed from stealth (you break stealth briefly).

Recons are extraordinarily effective when played appropriately, but as you can guess, 90% of people fucking suck at it.

Core Equipment:

Ghost Sword: their melee weapon. Best melee weapon in the game. Backstabs for extra damage. You'll be on the wrong end of this at least 5 times per minute.

Sniper Rifle: Very strong but fires a slow projectile. You must lead your shots. Long recoil/refire rate. The higher end version of this can two-shot people.

Cloak: Makes you invisible and increases run speed/jump height.

Mines: Great disruption tools that are best when placed creatively

Medic

"The medic strikes an effective balance between distributing healing effects to keep companions alive and unleashing nightmarish toxins on unfortunate enemies."

They heal. They also poison. Medics are surprisingly not helpless. Their poison guns are great for annoying opponents. The healing gun is a bit hard to use especially if you have a low FPS, but medics are essential for organized matches.

Medics also have the dubious honor of having some of the best looking armor in the game.

Core equipment:

Poison Guns: Debuffs opponents and does pretty low damage. Don't try to go face to face with this. You'll lose.

Heal Guns: The starter one is a straight heal beam, the others are "darts" that you have to hit people with to heal them. The tradeoff is the darts will also buff your friends with other stats.

Offhands: A variety of AOE/self heals. Some other stuff I don't know about

Robotic

"By using the latest technology to gain the upper hand, the robotics agent is able to defend strategic points with turrets and forcefields, or press forward by using remote control combat robots."

Robotics are a pet class. They have static emplacements for defense, and drones for offense/utility. The drones are surprisingly good and although Robotics is generally viewed as a defense oriented class, a well built Robotics can cause havoc with Drones. Early on, you will have to use a lot of creativity to stay alive as you are the primary target of basically every Recon in the game. It gets better.

Core equipment

Repair Arm: Repairs drones and turrets. The later one also buffs them.

Rocket Turret: The alpha and the omega. By the time you know you are being hit by a rocket turret, you are already dead.

Shield Wall: a very handy and strong barricade to help advance your line of attack or buy time to put down a turret

Drones: Deployables, many of which that can move, that disrupt the enemy. The starter one can spot stealthed enemies which is crucial for early gameplay

Subscription Model

Summary of what free vs pay gets you:

Global Agenda (one time purchase) includes:

Creation of up to eight different agent characters (or up to 10 if you pay monthly)
Character visual customization
Access to all combat weapons and devices
Cooperative Player vs. Environment missions against the Commonwealth NPC faction, AI-controlled enemies, and Boss Fights
Matchmade Player vs. Player missions with five different game types and over 20 unique maps
Character progression through 30 levels
Achievement and unlocks system for individual characters
Player Inventory for suits, flair, dyes, upgrades, and loot
Virtual Reality practice fighting area
Vendors and accumulation of in-game currency
Text chat with multiple channels
Built in voice chat during missions
Ability to join an established player-created agency
All play is on a single-shard, hosted server environment to ensure convenient and consistent gaming experience.
Ability to sign up for one free month of subscription at registration (credit card required, can be cancelled at any time)

Global Agenda: Conquest (paid monthly subscription) includes:

Access to Alliance vs. Alliance (AvA) World Domination gameplay
A massive scale campaign between player created agencies and alliances over scarce territory and resources on a persistent world map.
Attack and Defend Territories in zones that match your agency’s schedule
Agency and Alliance Management – Create and maintain persistent player groups and officer ranks
Creation and Upgrading of Facilities - Control production and output
Base Raids – involving up to 60 players per side; coordinated between 6 different strike teams within linked territory instances
Agency Achievement System, Leveling, and Recognition
Auction House with bidding and buyouts
Mail System
Upgrade Text and Voice chat to support multiple channels and strike teams
Player Crafting with blueprints
Additional character customization options including elite character suits, dye colors, and seasonal flair
Ongoing Co-Op content at max character level
Ongoing AvA content, multiplayer PvP content, and new social areas

FAQ

How does it run?
Not incredibly. The developers have hinted that this game is very CPU dependent, so even if you have a GTX260, if you've only got a Athlon 5000+, it's going to be chunky. You are definitely going to need a mid-grade GPU from the 8 series or higher for GeForce (or a Radeon equivalent).



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    DarkewolfeDarkewolfe Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Frequently Asked Questions:

    Is this game worth buying?


    General consensus is yes, with some dissenting opinions. If nothing else it's a decent, objective basd shooting mans game with levels. Everyone loves levels. Also hats. Lots of fucking hats.

    Is it worth subscribing?

    General consensus is "not yet" but they've promised to introduce lots of new content by end of month. We've all got our fingers cross. Hi-Rez is a new-to-the-scene company without a big publisher, so no one is shutting them down for not performing well, but they also only have the folks they have.

    What's the PA Agency?

    They are called "The Kansas City Hot Steppers"

    Someone should PM me the info to go here.

    What class should I play?

    Whatever you want. Originally recons were overpopulated, then robos were. For a brief while, assaults and medics were as the beta community came to unspoken agreement that there were too many recons and robos. Most likely there will always be more recons and robos than anything else, but that is in part because lots of people find them fun. Each class has two or three roles that they fill well.

    Recons- Hunting and busting up turret nests.
    or
    Hunting the respawn beacon.
    (No, they are not good at sitting at the spawn point and just sniping. Goddamnitt, stop doing that.)

    Robos- Building turret nests to defend objectives. Ohgodwtfihateyou.
    or
    Drone rushing a point.

    Medics- Heal me, goddamnitt.
    or
    Poisoning everyone and being really good dps, but still getting yelled at because they aren't healing.

    Assault- Being hard as hell to kill and constantly sitting on the point.
    Doing absolutely outrageous AOE damage with grenades and missiles.

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    JasconiusJasconius sword criminal mad onlineRegistered User regular
    edited February 2010
    The popular question this week has been if this is worth buying for the non-subscription content.

    The short answer is yes.

    This game has more content at release than TF2 did, and is arguably just as fun.

    The only major difference in terms of features between the core gameplay of GA and TF2 is that in TF2 you have control over servers and matchups, whereas in GA it is basically all random.

    The subscription at the moment is of dubious value. AvA is incrementally better than regular old random matches, but not enough to justify 12 bucks a month for most people. If you have the time to invest in AvA, then go for it, but if you don't want to sub, it is not going to "ruin the game" for you.

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    DarkewolfeDarkewolfe Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Just read an e-mail from Hi-Rez that says subscription content is free till the end of March. That's pretty decent. Lots of time to try all of it out and evaluate.

    Additionally, their goals:

    By end of February
    We will deliver a set of enhancements ASAP based on fairly unanimous community input. We currently plan to have the following items in production by the end of February:

    * Friend List/Ignore List - Steam has a Friends List, and we offer Agency Management as an alternate way to find your friends, but an in-game Friends List (and Ignore List) was a high requested feature that is being added.
    * Player Choice on PvP Queues - For initial release we consolidated gametypes within a single PvP queue. With no guarantee around number of players we would have, our top priority was to ensure the players got into matches quickly and to make sure our matchmaking system had a sufficiently large population to balance out sides. That said, we've heard how much players want to specify, or eliminate, certain match types. And we do have the population to support this request. So, we will be implementing player selections per PvP gametype so you can exclude or include each type as you wish.
    * Repair Kits - Non-visual Upgrades (of the Armor or Weapon variety) do increase stats for your character. And by the time you collect 16 of them they make a big difference. They also take time to craft and/or buy and, after all that time invested, having them wear away without any recourse was frustrating. Repair Kits are a new item type that will be available in-game and restore your Upgrades to full durability.
    * Additional AvA zones and AvA Reporting - We are introducing new AvA zones to support play during hours more convenient for those in other locales. We are adding:
    *
    o Zone 6 - Oceania/Australia - 19:00 to 21:30 in Sydney, 16:00 to 18:30p in Singapore (3a to 5:30a US Eastern, Midnight to 2:30 US Pacific) [NOTE: Initially, will run on servers hosted in the US but be geared toward an Oceanic audience, or for night owls on the US West Coast].

    o Zone 8 - Europe - 14:00 to 16:30 GMT (9a to 11:30a Eastern)


    Beyond February:
    Generally speaking, we intend to earn your subscription. Our entire Studio is focused on continued feature and content development for Conquest gameplay, including:

    * More PvP Content - New maps around a 4v4 arena gamestyle as well as a 10v10 pre-made queue.
    * More PvE Content - We've been pleased by the positive reception to our 'dungeon-crawl' style Infiltration PvE missions. That said, we want to offer additional variety both in setting and mission type. Imagine being able to step outside of the doors of Dome City and assist Bancroft by doing missions within a large open area, with additional loot available in that location. We are working toward delivering this content.
    * More AvA Content - New facility types and new game-styles for Conquest. Specifically we are developing a new 'No Facility' map based on Control style, a new Defensive Facility that grants protection to adjacent territories, and Resource Raid Missions based on Payload style. We also recognize that some of the game-board rules need to be looked at; we will continue to monitor those to ensure that AvA maintains the right balance between accessibility and significance.
    * Improved Crafting, Loot and Prestige Items

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    JasconiusJasconius sword criminal mad onlineRegistered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Sounds pretty awesome.

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    EchoEcho ski-bap ba-dapModerator mod
    edited February 2010
    Something for the OP:

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    JasconiusJasconius sword criminal mad onlineRegistered User regular
    edited February 2010
    You also might want to fact check some parts of the OP, for example, I don't think Steam is still doing the 4-pack at the same price, if at all.

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    DarkewolfeDarkewolfe Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    That would be me being lazy as shit and not reading what used to be there.

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    Revenant777Revenant777 Registered User new member
    edited February 2010
    Revenant777 wrote: View Post
    Would a 1.83 GHz dual core be able to run this? I can run Borderlands which seems to have the same requirements.
    depends more on your vid card than processor, like most games.

    I use a NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800, would that be enough?

    Thanks for the help, happy PVPing.

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    DarkewolfeDarkewolfe Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    I don't have anything to contribute to the graphics card question, but two of my friends have low memory systems, about 2 gigs each. They load into and out of missions so slowly that I have been tempted to buy them each new motherboards so they can upgrade.

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    Metal Gear Solid 2 DemoMetal Gear Solid 2 Demo Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    I'll be on leading stuff for Citadel tonight if no one else is, might be about 15-20min late as I need to get home from work

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    DarkewolfeDarkewolfe Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Your sig makes me jealous, Metal Gear. Thanatos made me put mine in spoilers, which made me sad. :(

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    JasconiusJasconius sword criminal mad onlineRegistered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Enders the fact that you have 12k damage per minute just blows my mind...

    Is it that high because you are carrying around a rocket platform?

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    EliminationElimination Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Revenant777 wrote: View Post
    Would a 1.83 GHz dual core be able to run this? I can run Borderlands which seems to have the same requirements.
    depends more on your vid card than processor, like most games.

    I use a NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800, would that be enough?

    Thanks for the help, happy PVPing.

    My brother is running the game playably on a Dual Core of 2.0 ghz and a Radeon X1950XTX and it's working for him. A laptop 7800 might be pushing your luck a bit, but it -might- work. No guarantee's, i never game on laptops, and im running a quad core and HD 4870.

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    JasconiusJasconius sword criminal mad onlineRegistered User regular
    edited February 2010
    If it has Shader 3.0 it might be alright... but it won't be great.

    I'm on a 8400M, which might be somewhat comparable.

    I have to run all settings low.

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    MifioMifio MrrlendRegistered User regular
    edited February 2010
    I'm going out on a limb and buying this, mostly because Heavy Rain isn't getting the reviews I was hoping. And from what I've seen of this, as well as what I've seen others say about this. Its well worth 60 bucks. I like TF2, and hell, I like mmos, lets have at it.

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    PMAversPMAvers Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Jasconius wrote: »
    Enders the fact that you have 12k damage per minute just blows my mind...

    Is it that high because you are carrying around a rocket platform?

    I'd assume it's because he never dies because he has a swarm of medics following him around.

    :winky:

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    KarniusKarnius Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    I'm with Mifio on this. Going on a limb and grabbing it. Once it installs I'll likely see you guys in game -- Same nickname as my forum name.

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    MifioMifio MrrlendRegistered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Yeah, picking it up tomorrow, its set. :3, forum name will be my character name, and i'll probably be a heavy- I mean assault.
    Today, dreams of global agenda. Tomorrow, Global agenda. The day after tomorrow, THE WORLD!

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    KarniusKarnius Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    I'm either going to be assault or a medic, I usually suck as the glass cannon type.

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    Metal Gear Solid 2 DemoMetal Gear Solid 2 Demo Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    dude's should get online for AVA

    We know you're out there

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    algorhythmalgorhythm Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    I'm tempted to buy this game but need just a little more convincing.. the free access to AvA right now expires after March.. does that require the monthly fee or as long as you buy it before the end of March you get free access for life (doubtful :()?

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    algorhythmalgorhythm Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Also, will this game run on my laptop:
    Core 2 Duo P7450 (2.13ghz x2)
    6gb ram
    Discrete ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4650 (512mb VRAM)
    5.7 WEI

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    JasconiusJasconius sword criminal mad onlineRegistered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Guys this might be a radical idea but perhaps you should read the fucking website for the system requirements.

    Better yet, the Steam page which you've likely already visited in consideration of purchase.

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    Shorn Scrotum ManShorn Scrotum Man Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    I am so pumped they are putting out AvA zones for those of us who play at weird times. I might actually get to participate in AvA every day (if, you know, we have people to run the 2am EST AvA zone).

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    algorhythmalgorhythm Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Jasconius wrote: »
    Guys this might be a radical idea but perhaps you should read the fucking website for the system requirements.

    Better yet, the Steam page which you've likely already visited in consideration of purchase.

    Rar rar rar considering there is a no-refund policy on Steam I would have liked to know if anyone with similar specs is running the game and what their experience is.

    Now I know why I stopped playing PC games a while back

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    DarkewolfeDarkewolfe Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    algorhythm wrote: »
    Jasconius wrote: »
    Guys this might be a radical idea but perhaps you should read the fucking website for the system requirements.

    Better yet, the Steam page which you've likely already visited in consideration of purchase.

    Rar rar rar considering there is a no-refund policy on Steam I would have liked to know if anyone with similar specs is running the game and what their experience is.

    Now I know why I stopped playing PC games a while back

    Because you don't understand system specs?

    I kid, I kid! But we don't really need several people clogging the thread with, "But how would it run on MY exact specs?"

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    JasconiusJasconius sword criminal mad onlineRegistered User regular
    edited February 2010
    The way system requirements are written hasn't really changed much in 7 years.

    If you are at the minimum, it will run badly but it will run

    if you are at recommended it will run decently at normal settings

    extrapolate.

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    Eff-ehEff-eh Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Good run tonight, we really gave Titan what fer. Maybe they'll pay up or maybe they'll need another day of whuppin.

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    Metal Gear Solid 2 DemoMetal Gear Solid 2 Demo Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    What are we ransoming them for?

    Also I really think people need to jump on. Really glad to see we have a bunch of new faces leveling, please don't feel dismayed if you aren't in the ava groups yet. Once you hit 20+ (pretty easy to get to within a day or so of PVP leveling) you can jump in with us :D

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    Eff-ehEff-eh Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    I asked for 300k credits. I mean credits aren't exactly the most useful of things but it's the principle of the matter.

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    815165815165 Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Ask if any of them own race horses.

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    zilozilo Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    I finished Mass Effect 2, so I should be able to do some leveling now.

    But Bioshock 2 just came out. And Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is on the way. And Aliens vs Predator. And then my game comes out, so I should probably play that some. But then I'll do some leveling.

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    WigzWigz Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    LULZ ROCKETZ

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    815165815165 Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Wigz wrote: »
    LULZ ROCKETZ
    Shut up. Shut up. Shut UP. :(

    edit: it's only really the second time you shamelessly stole my kill that upsets me, I spent ages sneaking round the back of that recon and even managed to sneak a grenade beneath his feet while he was zooming in on you.

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    Mandalorian RoosterMandalorian Rooster Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    I'm a level 123 weapons crafter now.

    Send me ~15 Average Weapon Scrap, 9 Average Weapon Plate, and 1 Average Weapon Core, and specify if you'd like Groundspeed +2%, Power Pool +2, or Offhand Recharge Rate -2% . I've got blueprints for at least 5 slots for each of those stats.

    But what I mainly need right now is Average Weapon Plate. If you don't quite have enough Scrap/Core, I'll cover that if you send the plate.

    Oh and blue implants have 70 durability instead of a green's 35.

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    MrDelishMrDelish Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    I'd be very surprised if anyone has more Plates than the Cores/Scrap to Plates ratio for recipes.

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    Mandalorian RoosterMandalorian Rooster Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Me too. But theres bound to be that one guy who never finds cores but has a decent amount of plates.

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    EchoEcho ski-bap ba-dapModerator mod
    edited February 2010
    Oh yeah, I found some blue quality blueprint the other day. Fairly uninteresting one though, poison resistance or something.

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    EliminationElimination Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Echo wrote: »
    Oh yeah, I found some blue quality blueprint the other day. Fairly uninteresting one though, poison resistance or something.

    I found the same one today. Found some armour with poison resistance, is like a shoulder or something...

    On another note, Echo your new avatar is creeping me out. Disembodied Miyagi looks like an enemy from Doom 3 that never was.

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    EliminationElimination Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    algorhythm wrote: »
    Jasconius wrote: »
    Guys this might be a radical idea but perhaps you should read the fucking website for the system requirements.

    Better yet, the Steam page which you've likely already visited in consideration of purchase.

    Rar rar rar considering there is a no-refund policy on Steam I would have liked to know if anyone with similar specs is running the game and what their experience is.

    Now I know why I stopped playing PC games a while back

    You know that no store, even a brick and mortar one, will return open software right? Steam is no different in this policy than anywhere else. Ignorance of computer specs vs what is needed to run said game does not mean the game is broken and requires a return and refund. That is not the games fault, or its creators. Esepcially when the basic requirements are listed.

    If you surpass them, then you can run the game. If you surpass them, and the game runs fucked up, well, thats a different story all together.

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