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1  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Re: [360/PS3] Need for Speed: Most Wanted sequel on: May 31, 2012, 12:17:51 AM
Most wanted was good, but you want magic? NFS underground was the best they ever made, also the last not made compatible with 360. Dammit.

PS: underground 2 ducked monkey wang.

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2  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Re: Re: Mass Effect 3 on: March 07, 2012, 08:30:07 PM

Quote from: Roguetad on March 07, 2012, 08:04:58 PM

I played a Sentinel for my first ME2 playthrough, and enjoyed the flexibility and durability of the class.  I'm bummed that Tech Armor comes with a hefty power recharge penalty in ME3.  I suppose that's a trade off for the extra damage resistance.

I like the feel of the ME3 Vanguard.  I played the first couple of hours oc9used on mid to short range combat, using shockwave, pull, and charging at the right time, and everything felt good (and was fun).  Lots of options.  It was easy to combo pull and shockwave, or the AI's Singularity + my Shockwave.  The extra weapon options are nice too.  I haven't tried Nova, but that seems better suited to a riskier playstyle.  I like being mobile and direct, but also being able to hang back and use biotic powers.   [\quote]    
 
The vanguard at 30 + is so satisfying: rapidfire charge with a shotgun and heavy melee, squads just yield to my ass beating. Unfortunately, with a light loadout I'm the one who gets spanked if there are any combat engineers. Turrets are unphased by vanguard shenanigans. It took quite some time for me to get comfortable with meathead and blue taking lead against turret swarms. It may just be the dlc but every other baddie was an engineer.
  


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3  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Re: Re: Mass Effect 3 on: March 07, 2012, 05:41:43 PM

Quote from: Harkonis on March 07, 2012, 05:19:46 PM

my shepard doesn't look really well either, but I don't want to start over so I'll deal wit it
They really should have included a break after the game starts to edit your features. Alot of the details are oddly highlighted in cutscenes and gameplay, and what looked good in setup, looked terrible from closeup angles in game.
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4  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Re: Mass Effect 3 on: February 18, 2012, 05:44:43 PM
Played the demo, and single player through, and multiplayer some. It's fantastic. The shooter controls are way more versatile, the design is new and visceral, the ai is sneaky and aggressive, using alot of techniques usually exploited by the player. Voice command is shamefully awesome. Can't help but smile when you start shouting out commands and it responds in kind. It makes team combat much more fluid. It also works with interacting in the environment. "open, examine, and hack, etc". Maybe the most guilty pleasure is voice recognition for the conversation. Really, a movie that converses directly with me? Nerd awesomeness.
This is the future of rpgs.

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