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 on: November 27, 2015, 07:41:41 AM 
Started by Soulchilde - Last post by Blackjack
Finally reaching Level 13 in Star Wars Battlefront (PC), so I can finally get my own jump pack and stop having jump pack-envy in multiplayer.  icon_smile

Also, I finally gave in on Origin and picked up Dragon Age Inquisition digital deluxe ($18.99, down from $49.99) and hope to finally see what all the fuss was about that game last year.  icon_cool

While I finally didn't eat 2nd helpings at family Thanksgiving this year and instead had room for a big slab of pecan pie after, I clearly drank too much wine, coffee, and Diet Pepsi and my body doesn't quite know whether to sleep or stay up all night.  icon_razz

 on: November 27, 2015, 06:57:17 AM 
Started by jztemple2 - Last post by jztemple2
It seems there's not a thread for this game yet and it releases in five days. I've pre-ordered it through Steam, based upon what I've seen in previews and how much I enjoyed JC2. I know a lot of folks might be busy with Fallout 4 or other games and so haven't thought about JC3, so I'll give it a go and post my impressions here.

It's available for pre-load right now, a whopping 38.5GBs, and download is in progress.

I'm just guessing on the PS4 and XB1, but I'm assuming it's launching on those two platforms as well.

 on: November 27, 2015, 04:19:37 AM 
Started by Soulchilde - Last post by Turtle
I really should have thought my idea of going high intelligence, charisma, and luck build through when I selected to specialize in one shot pistols instead of rifles or automatics. In the mid 20 levels you really start to feel the lack of endurance and agility. Thankfully, one of the powered armors I have can get a level 4 Science mod that turns on the stealthboy effect whenever I crouch, so I'm aiming for that as soon as I can.

Enemies also start wearing armor that's more effective against energy, and everything, so location shooting is more important.

One thing I really hate about the inventory and UI system being a holdover ancient games is that around this time, enemies also start wearing a whole new tier of armor with a higher base stat, which is only indicated by a prefix, such as Sturdy Leather. So if you do anything to the gear that changes the title, you have no indication of this higher tier of gear.

If thee's anything I hope for the next Elder Scrolls is that they overhaul the UI completely.

Oh, and has anyone used the cover system in the game? I've heard reports that there is a cover system in the game, and the only way you see it is when your gun lowers when you're near a wall, haven't experimented with it, but my low endurance character should make use of it.

Currently travelling with Curie as well, only because I'm going through and seeing all companion stories. Big fan of Piper though, just because her commentary us usually funnier to me. But I did have a total heartwarming conversation with Codsworth.

 on: November 27, 2015, 12:08:14 AM 
Started by naednek - Last post by Teggy
This game suuuuuuuuucks.

 on: November 26, 2015, 09:28:58 PM 
Started by Soulchilde - Last post by jztemple2
I played about an hour of the beta on the PC, first with several solo Tango Hunts, then in two games (best of four rounds, except will do a fifth round as a tie-breaker) of MP. Actually kind of fun. You face off as five versus five teams, one attacking, one defending. The attackers have a thirty second period at the start of a round to scout the location with little rolling cameras, which the defenders can destroy if they see them.

During this time the defenders can barricade doors, windows and some openings. They can lay down barbed wire, which acts to slow down the person and also makes noise, which tags the person to the other side. You can also set charges.

Once the combat starts, the attackers have five (I think it's always five) minutes to disarm the bomb or find  the biohazard weapon or whatever. The defenders can move around the location and in some cases (I don't know how this works) also leave and go outside a bit to slow down the attackers. The round plays out as the attackers try to find the objective and kill the defenders while the defenders try to avoid this.

Upgrades are available through experience (or buying DLC I think) that gives better weapons, cooler gadgets and pretty uniforms. Ultimately however, I don't know if it's got a long term appeal for me. It's kind of a one trick pony.

 on: November 26, 2015, 04:58:05 PM 
Started by Blackjack - Last post by Crawley
Already played through the main game but none of the DLC so debating on if to get the get the DLC for $10 a pop or the Game of the Year Edition and with that and the few extras.

 on: November 26, 2015, 04:51:57 PM 
Started by Soulchilde - Last post by Crawley
I'm having gamer ADA right now as I keep going from game to game. Was initially playing Fallout 4 then Assassins Creed: Syndicate. Now I'm back to Fall of the Dungeon Guardians. Dungeon Guardians is just pushing all my buttons for keeping me playing.

So will probably be going through each of those three plus checking out whatever I buy from the Steam sale or get on Black Friday.

 on: November 26, 2015, 04:30:53 PM 
Started by Xmann - Last post by Xmann
Yep, started making note of what I want to purchase. 


I see ARK is on sale, amongst thousands of others.

Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

 on: November 26, 2015, 08:57:01 AM 
Started by wonderpug - Last post by Harkonis
I'm not sure what they could do to a shooter to help you Ritt.  Defiance is probably the closest to a less-twitchy shooter I've played and it's got plenty of twitch.

 on: November 26, 2015, 06:12:46 AM 
Started by CeeKay - Last post by Blackjack
Nov. 26, 2015, the day Hell Froze Over in Star Wars Battlefront!  icon_biggrin (albeit, on the worst Empire Supremacy team ever  icon_razz)

I may be old, but I can laser people as good as anyone when I'm not getting grenade spammed and shot in the back.  icon_lol

I think something clicked in MP tonight. I stopped taking my game deaths so seriously, and just tried to have fun. And knowing I'll get SOME points/exp as long as I stay to the end encourages me to stick with it. I got on a spree or two, and I'm starting to see how useful the Impact Grenade is. Finally got to L7 to unlock that middle "charged" card in MP. Not saying I'm any good, just I think finally I felt enjoyment instead of pain playing MP, no matter what happens.

I think I prefer the Endor map in Supremacy vs. Sollust. I think because you don't have fighters strafing you and stuff, it's limited to walkers and speeders, and i just found the battles more fun on it. It does make me wish, like others have said, that it offered a server browser so I could play on maps I know I enjoy playing on. It's not consistent with me. I'm not crazy about Sullust in Survival or Supremacy, but I love that location's map variant in Drop Zone. I don't really enjoy Endor much in Survival mode but I really like it for Supremacy.

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