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08.07.2014 - 20:33
!J.O.O.E.!
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8GB is nothing. The new Wolfenstein is 43gb =P

If you get hooked on the story then you'll like it. Damn, I would give many things to be able to erase my memory of that game and play it again.
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08.07.2014 - 20:40
Ilham
Giant robot
8G is a lot when I already did 15 this morning and will most likely be fighting over the bandwidth with the people in the house .
Would love to try the WS. The first and second were one of the only games my laptop could run. What do you think about it?
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08.07.2014 - 20:43
!J.O.O.E.!
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Written by Ilham on 08.07.2014 at 20:40

8G is a lot when I already did 15 this morning and will most likely be fighting over the bandwidth with the people in the house .
Would love to try the WS. The first and second were one of the only games my laptop could run. What do you think about it?

I'll be the first to admit that the 43gb size pulverized the pirate in me. I barely have that left on my HDD anyway. It does look good though I have to say. Maybe in the near future if I ever have a clean out of old games.
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08.07.2014 - 20:49
Ilham
Giant robot
Yeah I'm looking at vids and it's beauts. The way they did this one reminds me of that shitty movie, Iron Sky, that could have been the kvltest ever if they didn't fuck it up after the first twenty minutes. I still have a near empty HDD and EHDD, so I'm pirating the shit out of it as soon as I can.
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09.07.2014 - 01:01
Slayer666
Play the first Mass Effect and just watch the other two on YouTube. Other than the narrative, they don't really offer much.
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09.07.2014 - 01:43
IronAngel
Eh, ME2 is better in its gameplay (though ME1 character building with the cool ME2 class-specific abilities would be a winner) and introduces some good characters with nice subplots. ME1 certainly has the best self-contained story arc. In many ways, it feels like the difference between KoTOR and KoTOR2 (except for the bugs) in that the latter improved on several aspects and introduced really cool thing but failed to deliver as complete a package. But there's really no great gap between the two, both are some of the better RPGs in recent years. It's just the third one that failed to deliver, and even that's well worth playing (nothing like the Dragon Age 2 trainwreck, for example).

The series seemed to suffer from the same problem Battlestar Galactica faced: they started big with the promise of an epic plot to be unraveled, but in truth they just probably just made things up as they went along, ending up with gaping plot holes, unfulfilled promises and plot twists that didn't build on anything previously established. I am being overly critical, though: it's still one of my favorite game series in recent years, and the elegant gameplay, good dialogue and flow of story as well as the cast of memorable characters and awesome locations makes it more than worth playing (just like, despite everything, BSG is the best sci-fi since Babylon 5 and Farscape). Just don't expect the clarity of focus in plot that PS:T or Deus Ex demonstrated.
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09.07.2014 - 02:48
!J.O.O.E.!
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Yeah, the Mass Effect games aren't perfect but there's still nothing really quite like them; the gameplay is fun and the story engaging if you like decently written space opera.
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09.07.2014 - 14:31
Dima
Written by IronAngel on 09.07.2014 at 01:43

Just don't expect the clarity of focus in plot that PS:T or Deus Ex demonstrated.


mhmm it's pretty damn hard to improve on the original deus ex in any way, really.
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13.07.2014 - 01:08
!J.O.O.E.!
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Divinity Original Sin is pretty fun so far, but my God the looped dialogue every 5 seconds in busy places is doing my head in.

"Halibut, Sheep's Cheese, Tomatoes."

"No one has as many friends as the man with many cheeses!"

"Not in the mood for cheese? That excuse has more holes that a slice of this fine Gorgonbert!"


Shut uuuuup!
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16.07.2014 - 12:36
Slayer666
Written by Guest on 13.07.2014 at 01:08

Divinity Original Sin is pretty fun so far, but my God the looped dialogue every 5 seconds in busy places is doing my head in.

"Halibut, Sheep's Cheese, Tomatoes."

"No one has as many friends as the man with many cheeses!"

"Not in the mood for cheese? That excuse has more holes that a slice of this fine Gorgonbert!"


Shut uuuuup!


The truth. This man speaks it.

Amongst other flaws I'd list the atrocious inventory system (every character has his own gold, why is that not a party-shared resource, ffs?), music is sometimes inappropriate in a given situation, the journal and the map are somewhat clunky and not very useful and the progression path gets very unclear and confusing once you leave the first map.

Still, the game kicks ass. A bit too light-hearted for my taste, but eh, can't have everything.
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16.07.2014 - 13:57
!J.O.O.E.!
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Written by Slayer666 on 16.07.2014 at 12:36


The truth. This man speaks it.

Amongst other flaws I'd list the atrocious inventory system (every character has his own gold, why is that not a party-shared resource, ffs?), music is sometimes inappropriate in a given situation, the journal and the map are somewhat clunky and not very useful and the progression path gets very unclear and confusing once you leave the first map.

Still, the game kicks ass. A bit too light-hearted for my taste, but eh, can't have everything.

Yep yep yep. Also not being able to activate chests and doors unless you do so with the character holding the key, and the same with identifying items; having to constantly pass the item to the person with the Loremaster skill is probably going to cost me a lot of time over the course of the game. I can definitely see the journal becoming an issue as it already has a little. It's just too vague in some situations and it would be convenient if it ordered the missions points by the order they should be completed in rather than the order they have been done in (in situations where I accidentally complete a section of it before another part).

But yeah, great stuff. Liking the battle system even though it's kicked my ass a few times. Forcing me to be strategic. Kind of sad the the Rogue class seems a little underpowered in battle and was more or less forced to turn him into a Ranger. Maybe the rogue will be more useful later on when I can make better sue of backstab and a decent weapon.
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17.07.2014 - 23:11
Karlabos
Weirdo of MS
So I just started playing this game called Osu! which kinda works like a guitar hero except with better music =P
And.. It's hella hard. I feel like I'm worse than everyone else
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20.07.2014 - 06:30
Winterheir
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I am currently playing through Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow 2 and I actually like it quite a bit despite the mostly negative critical response it seems to have received thusfar. The game definitely introduces some unorthodox elements concerning the frequent contemporary locations but the dark, mystical atmosphere the series is known for is fully in-tact and, let's face it, playing as Dracula is simply a blast! I haven't beaten it but so far I'd say I don't like it quite as much as the first Lords Of Shadow but it's pretty darn close ... I am not even going to compare it to Symphony Of The Night because nothing compares to that one, haha.
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20.07.2014 - 13:34
M C Vice
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Spent most of the weekend playing Plants vs Zombies. Fun game. Love the disco zombie.
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22.07.2014 - 08:10
Stunning Cactus
Currently playing Smite. Pretty much a rip off of League of Legends and every other game like it, but still slightly unique and entertaining.
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23.07.2014 - 06:49
whatsacow
NEW DARK SOULS 2 DLC BITCHES! It's kinda fun, even if they did ruin my Faith Caster. Seriously, don't make a Faith Caster anymore. They're now rubbish.
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23.07.2014 - 10:57
IronAngel
Decent Humble Bundle right now: for 15€ you can grab Thief Gold, the entire Deus Ex franchise, Hitman 1, 2 and Absolution, and some other stuff. Too bad I already have the ones I want the most.
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25.07.2014 - 01:00
!J.O.O.E.!
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Stuck in my home town without proper Internet so bought myself the HD collection of the MGS games (not the Legacy one though). Quite looking forward to going through MGS3 again. This time with playable frame rate.

Contemplating getting Tales of Xillia as well. Thing is Tales games have all disappointed me since Symphonia and the reviews I've read don't totally convince me. Not sure I can take any more anime stereotypes.
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26.07.2014 - 02:05
Dima
Go play Don't Starve.
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29.07.2014 - 21:09
Akram
I'm not into video games that much but recently I started playing "Hitman: Absolution" and no, I'm not new to Hitman series.
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30.07.2014 - 11:23
raveneffect
Written by Dima on 26.07.2014 at 02:05

Go play Don't Starve.


New Multiplayer DLC looks promising
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02.08.2014 - 02:21
!J.O.O.E.!
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Anyone played the Dark Souls 2 DLC yet?
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02.08.2014 - 02:41
Dima
Uhhh I watched a stream of it if that counts. It's only 1 outta 3 parts so I won't comment on whether it's better than the Prepare to Die DLC but it's solid stuff. Much better level design, at least 1 great boss, others looked decent at best.
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02.08.2014 - 03:01
!J.O.O.E.!
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I might try and hold off till all 3 parts are out. Will be more satisfying to have that much content in one go.
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02.08.2014 - 18:39
Mattybu
I'm down to my last 2 PS3 games to beat- Grand Theft Auto 4 and God of War III. I hope I can get through them before summer's over. Not so worried about God of War but I get the feeling GTA is going to be a looong story and the gameplay isn't exactly stellar so it might be a bit of a mission.
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03.08.2014 - 04:02
Dima
Long and shitty. GoW3 is great but not as good as the prequel. Near to nothing's as good as GoW2.
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03.08.2014 - 18:50
Dima
Well 50 hours invested into Don't Starve and I have to say it's become one of my favourite games. I've spent about 20 of the last 48 hours playing it which is pretty depressing but I've loved every minute of it.

The game can be pretty monotonous and frustrating when you first pick it up as it doesn't exactly conjure up a hold your hand type of affair. You'll die many times early on and couple that with the fact that you start off each time doing vaguely the same stuff (collect supplies x,y,z, make a fire, get a food source), I can understand why people give up on it. However below the surface, you have a detailed and in depth game that offers quite a bit of variety and fun.

4 seasons that change the gameplay quite a bit, many characters all with their palpable pros and cons, tons of things to craft, tons of intricate and subtle nuances to the game. I could go on all night.

Tl;dr Detailed and comprehensive world, lovable art style, only gonna get better with incoming multiplayer, mod support. Best survival game to date.
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03.08.2014 - 19:00
Mattybu
Written by Dima on 03.08.2014 at 04:02

GoW3 is great but not as good as the prequel. Near to nothing's as good as GoW2.


So far GoW3 is on par with the second for me, if not better. I really love it when game makers don't mess around with the things that make a game good in the first place, and there isn't much drastic change from GoW-GoW3. And the third is basically just the best graphics, best combat, an epic story on par with the others, and some of the most unreal boss fights I have ever experienced.
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03.08.2014 - 23:16
Slayer666
Risen 3 looks rather promising. The first one was fairly good during its first half but then took a nosedive, the second one was a pirate-themed abortion, so I'm hoping Piranha bytes learned from their mistakes and maybe they can finally make a good modern Gothic game (hopefully with good combat, 'cuz that would be a first, it's astonishing how retarded PB are in that aspect).

Also, Lichdom:Battlemage looks swanky.
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04.08.2014 - 04:09
tea[m]ster
Au Pays Natal
Vaas in Far Cry 3 is the greatest character/actor in any video game I've ever played.
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