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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by Jimmy... Dead., May 13, 2007.

  1. SkeletonWitch

    SkeletonWitch Morphine Child

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    Gonna start Batman Arkham Asylum followed by Arkham City, on PS3.

    EDIT : I finished Mirror's Edge today. It really isn't that bad.
     
  2. arg

    arg Active Member

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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z83wzJwrBK0&feature=share[/ame]
     
  3. arg

    arg Active Member

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    oh yeah..
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  4. Pessimism

    Pessimism Endemic Vagabond

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    Be a level 81 boss like me, run around in hide.
     
  5. arg

    arg Active Member

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    Alduin was too easy :/. i just spammed Dragonrend and hacked him to death with my fire-enchanted legendary daedric axe.

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  6. waif

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    Played through Halo yesterday (studying hard), and it finally clicked with me. Not a bad game, and I miss the days when games provided a sense of adventure...

    Started playing Saints Row 3. Overall a good game, although I feel like they should focus more on the ridiculous over the top shit because the mundane stuff just becomes boring in comparison. That said, I can never go back to carjacking in GTA. Jumping through the windows is the only way to go.
    Also: mind-control octopus bazooka.
     
  7. arg

    arg Active Member

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    anyone thinking of getting The Old Republic? i am.


     
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  8. The Heartbreak Kid

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    Yes, but I do not wish to lose my life or pay subscriptions.

    Besides fuck Lucasarts for not just making KOTOR 3 onwards.
     
  9. Systematic Riffage

    Systematic Riffage LZZY HALE'S #1 FAN

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    Haha the icing on the cake in Saints Row 3 for me are the wrestling moves you can pull off on anyone...I probably spent an hour doing that online with a friend...fucking funniest shit ever seeing a ton of gang members rage and come after you with everything they have just because you got bulldogged lol...
     
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    arg Active Member

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    been playing the hell out of The Old Republic. it's a fantastic game, really immersive and great writing. the graphics are pretty for an mmorpg and the gameplay is fun and explosive. i find playing a ranged character more enjoyable though as melee controls are kinda clunky.

    real teamwork is needed in some of the missions and i havent done that much pvp (leveling up first so i can kick ass) but i gave it a try once and it looked promising.

    here is my character. she is a pale-faced, scarred, asian-looking cyborg working for the galactic republic (the good guys) but is actually evil and will betray them (i'm doing all the "bad" choices)

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  11. Draehl

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    If I were to play I'd definitely be an imperial agent. I'll just keep playing Skyrim until Diablo III and GW2 come out though...
     
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    ~25 hours into Arcanum and I'm not too sure about it yet. I like all the different elements that go into character development and just going around and doing random quests and exploration and stuff, but the story hasn't really gone anywhere interesting yet and the NPCs are pretty bland.
     
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    Just got Skyrim tbh. Is it gay?
     
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    Negatory.

    Home for the holidays with just my laptop. Trying to play Fallout 1. I fixed most of the technical issues, although there's a lot of flickering, but I can't really get into it. For one thing I just hate the perspective and control scheme. This perspective worked fine for Diablo 2 because you didn't really care what was ahead, you just needed to know what was in your immediate area so you could murder it. In a game like this it really bothers me. I have similar problems with the Baldur's Gate series. My preference is ultimately for first person, but failing that a movable third person camera works fine for me as well. Obviously that wouldn't work for a tile-based game, but man..I really want to get into this, cause it's obviously a really good game in terms of depth replayability, and atmosphere.
     
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    -CC- Something in My Eye

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    Here's a tip for Fallout 1, always keep 2-3 different save files running. The Glow, 'nuff said.
     
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    King Richard Against the wind...

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    I bought Mirror's Edge the other day.
     
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    Mirror's Edge is fun.

    Still playing Skyrim, but I got Halo CE Anniversary for my brother, and also ordered Battlefield 3 yesterday.
     
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    Have you tried any widescreen patches? I never used them for Fallout, but for the original Baldur's Gate it was a huge improvement just going to 1024x768 with Tutu, let alone something modern.

    http://www.nma-fallout.com/forum/dload.php?action=category&cat_id=12

    Lands of Lore always.
     
  20. Systematic Riffage

    Systematic Riffage LZZY HALE'S #1 FAN

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    I can't say any more good things about Battlefield 3, it's such an amazing game!
     

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