Jars wrote: »
I haven't seen many people that think boa is a good idea, so. and I'm not getting ros.
UnbreakableVow wrote: »
This page is completely gibberish to me
UnbreakableVow wrote: »
The demon worshipping seems adequate enough
Huntera wrote: »
Phil Fish and Dave Lang hold special places in my heart re: this GDC
Phil Fish just going to town on that Buckfast and also THE POST-SOCIETAL COLLAPSE VR
and Dave Lang just bein' in the lang zone
Radius wrote: »
Jars is the vocal minority, and also still playing D3, so
Jars wrote: »
people are excited over getting a bunch of big upgrades really quick. I wonder what is going to happen when that's over and they are back to sending 90% of the items they find to the forge while being stuck at 3 pieces of their set.
Blankzilla wrote: »
Second Son is pretty rad so far and Delsin is a great character, and it was a very pleasant surprise to discover he is Native American! Always nice to see more representation of NA tribes in games. And the tribe is pretty grrat too. Also Reggie.
Boa is a good idea, the way they've done it maybe isnt great
plus I don't play super-optimized characters so I don't really mind not getting optimal equipment.
Can I ask why you keep playing? It just seems to make you mad
I just got this as a recommendation on youtube.
Youtube, maybe you're not so bad.
Is it as clunky as the last ones? Are the traps elaborate and/or wacky? Can you chain stuff? Can I just string up about 50 rakes for people to step on in a room? How's the Satan worship?
BoA is Bind on Acquire, basically means that once you pick up a piece of equipment it is locked to that character and can not be traded. BoE, Bind on Equip, is another such system.
blizz why are you making conflicting acronyms all over the damn place
I was thinking y'all were crazy 'cause BoA (bind on account) is exactly what diablo needs
The demon worshipping seems adequate enough, the main character also has three demon "shadows" that are part of her spirit and come out during cutscenes, each one representing the different types of Warl
Warl is split up by types now, too - Sadistic, Elaborate and Humiliating - and the more you use of each one dictates how fast you unlock things in each category of traps. So I could set up a bear trap, drop a pumpkin on their head, until they stumble forward into a spike wall's range, and let the spike wall pull them back to the retractable spikes and then shoot them with an arrow slit and drop a boulder on their head oh shit I just thought of this one, I have to go try this
I forgot the term was BoP.
Been too long since I've played an MMO (in truth it has not been long enough).
this would be a good quote for the back of the box
Dave Lang more like Dave Drank mirite
This will be here until I receive an apology or Weedlordvegeta get any consequences for being a bully
I was really tired last night and apparently made the incoherent decision to buy Luftrausers
I just remembered when I saw my game list on the PS3 home screen
Well, I guess I better get on that later
It's been so long since I've played XCom, and I've no experience with EW, so I'm not totally sure how I'm doing time-wise.
I'm three months and change in. Lost a couple countries in Asia, which is a bummer, but everywhere else is fine. Got one colonel, a handful of majors, and everyone else has at least a couple of promotions. Only three deaths so far, all rookies. Have an officer training school, first squad size upgrade, and the one that reduces medbay times. Got laser rifles and carapace armor, but no meld tech yet. Getting ready to capture an Outsider for the skeleton key. Broken up a couple of EXALT cells.
It's certainly going better than I thought it would, but I'm not sure how I measure up to where I should be, if that makes any sense.
But then I still feel like a lot of what they did to scour the concept that you might want to trade items with other players from the game entirely maybe went a little too far.
Everything else in Loot 2.0 is pretty great though.
Literally everyone I've spoken to who played it at launch and then after the update agrees that the game is actually fun and satisfying now where it wasn't before
and that's including two people who got a refund on the game because of how shitty it was at launch, bought it again after the update because of universally positive word of mouth, and were impressed enough by the current state of the game that they preordered the expansion
Apparently I subscribe to the Chincy school of thought on worthwhile game investments
But I sorta knew I wouldn't!
But I let the infectious positive word of mouth get to me anyways
At least it was only $8
probably stop playing, or play different classes
it doesn't have to be a perpetually enjoyable game, but it wasn't even temporarily enjoyable to most people in its previous incarnation