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Posted by Dima on 22.05.2014 at 13:55
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 22.05.2014 at 13:36

Written by Dima on 22.05.2014 at 12:46

Well Watch Dogs looks pretty ugly on last gen consoles...

Some gameplay

Well not a massive surprise considering it's being run on ancient 8 year old technology =P


GTAV looked much better, and that's a game of a similar scale.



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MoonProgeny

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  16.10.2015 at 22:39
Written by M C Vice on 16.10.2015 at 15:24

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Written by Malphas on 15.10.2015 at 17:42



Ah, okay, I didn't realize there was more than one Infernal Machine. I actually just ordered a copy of Reaper Of Souls so I should have the expansion within the next week or so. So far I haven't gotten any crafting plans for sets, just random pieces from sets that drop from slain enemies ... I am hoping to get another crossbow from one set although I'm not holding my breath either, heh. At any rate, I am looking forward to playing through Act V and trying my hand at adventure mode as well.

Adventure mode's pretty fun, better for repeat plays than the story mode. Although I thought adventure mode was available before the expansion (are you playing on console? Maybe it's different on console). The crusader's pretty good too, although the story itself isn't very good compared to the earlier acts. I was expecting Reaper Of Souls to be like Lord Of Destruction, but unfortunately it wasn't as good.


I am playing the original version of Diablo III on my Mac presently and Adventure Mode is not available. I am able to see that it exists, of course, but I can't enter it until I get my copy of Reaper Of Souls. I've played through the story once and am on my second run now. I was playing on Torment I although I've since upped it to Torment II but, unfortunately, legendary drops still seem to be few and far between. Ah well ... as I get stronger I will keep upping the level, hoping that eventually the drops will be more frequent and consistent.
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  16.10.2015 at 23:52
I haven't played too much since the latest big patch. mostly doing FIFA16 now, but it's fun to go on the occasional murdersprees in Diablo III.

finally have a somewhat legit internet connection, so might even get a game with online content like Destiny. unthinkable months ago.
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  17.10.2015 at 04:31
Written by MoonProgeny on 16.10.2015 at 22:39

Written by M C Vice on 16.10.2015 at 15:24

Written by MoonProgeny on 15.10.2015 at 23:07

Written by Malphas on 15.10.2015 at 17:42



Ah, okay, I didn't realize there was more than one Infernal Machine. I actually just ordered a copy of Reaper Of Souls so I should have the expansion within the next week or so. So far I haven't gotten any crafting plans for sets, just random pieces from sets that drop from slain enemies ... I am hoping to get another crossbow from one set although I'm not holding my breath either, heh. At any rate, I am looking forward to playing through Act V and trying my hand at adventure mode as well.

Adventure mode's pretty fun, better for repeat plays than the story mode. Although I thought adventure mode was available before the expansion (are you playing on console? Maybe it's different on console). The crusader's pretty good too, although the story itself isn't very good compared to the earlier acts. I was expecting Reaper Of Souls to be like Lord Of Destruction, but unfortunately it wasn't as good.


I am playing the original version of Diablo III on my Mac presently and Adventure Mode is not available. I am able to see that it exists, of course, but I can't enter it until I get my copy of Reaper Of Souls. I've played through the story once and am on my second run now. I was playing on Torment I although I've since upped it to Torment II but, unfortunately, legendary drops still seem to be few and far between. Ah well ... as I get stronger I will keep upping the level, hoping that eventually the drops will be more frequent and consistent.

I thought adventure mode was available after the big patch that came with the expansion. Guess I was wrong, then. That seasons thing has more legendary drops, if that's what you're after.
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MoonProgeny

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  17.10.2015 at 06:09
Written by M C Vice on 17.10.2015 at 04:31

Written by MoonProgeny on 16.10.2015 at 22:39

Written by M C Vice on 16.10.2015 at 15:24

Written by MoonProgeny on 15.10.2015 at 23:07

Written by Malphas on 15.10.2015 at 17:42



Ah, okay, I didn't realize there was more than one Infernal Machine. I actually just ordered a copy of Reaper Of Souls so I should have the expansion within the next week or so. So far I haven't gotten any crafting plans for sets, just random pieces from sets that drop from slain enemies ... I am hoping to get another crossbow from one set although I'm not holding my breath either, heh. At any rate, I am looking forward to playing through Act V and trying my hand at adventure mode as well.

Adventure mode's pretty fun, better for repeat plays than the story mode. Although I thought adventure mode was available before the expansion (are you playing on console? Maybe it's different on console). The crusader's pretty good too, although the story itself isn't very good compared to the earlier acts. I was expecting Reaper Of Souls to be like Lord Of Destruction, but unfortunately it wasn't as good.


I am playing the original version of Diablo III on my Mac presently and Adventure Mode is not available. I am able to see that it exists, of course, but I can't enter it until I get my copy of Reaper Of Souls. I've played through the story once and am on my second run now. I was playing on Torment I although I've since upped it to Torment II but, unfortunately, legendary drops still seem to be few and far between. Ah well ... as I get stronger I will keep upping the level, hoping that eventually the drops will be more frequent and consistent.

I thought adventure mode was available after the big patch that came with the expansion. Guess I was wrong, then. That seasons thing has more legendary drops, if that's what you're after.


I am a bit fuzzy on the whole season thing other than that it allows you to start "fresh" with a new character. I was thinking about starting a season once I finish my second run through the story (including Act V) because, as I understand it, they're only available for a limited time. At any rate, if there are more legendary drops then I am certainly interested, haha.
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  17.10.2015 at 09:45
Written by MoonProgeny on 17.10.2015 at 06:09


I am a bit fuzzy on the whole season thing other than that it allows you to start "fresh" with a new character. I was thinking about starting a season once I finish my second run through the story (including Act V) because, as I understand it, they're only available for a limited time. At any rate, if there are more legendary drops then I am certainly interested, haha.

Season characters don't share the stash and gold with your other characters (or each other) but it's all rolled together t the end of the seasons. You'd probably be better off waiting till the next season starts (no idea when that will be, there's no countdowns or dates for them) if you want to play with other people or get the most game time out of it (like if it ends a week after you start it).
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Dima

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  18.10.2015 at 17:16
Finished Stalker SoC again. As far as i'm concerned it has the best free roaming open world. The whole artifact/anomaly mechanics they got going is such a simple yet brilliant gameplay-lore correlation that gives the world life unlike any other game i've played. Dogs will chase you but retreat with the pack once you pop some shots at them. Somtimes they'll run into an anomaly and blow up. You're not treated as a god. You can get blown up too. Nuclear blowouts occur and humans run for cover..including you. Just imagine running for cover with human enemies running for the same bunker. Having a shootout while simultaneously seeking cover. Everyone panics. Pandemonium and bullet traces in the air as radiation seeps through your veins. Can't be matched. Also mutants are sparse. Scattering them everywhere would undermine their value completely. They understood that in this situation less is more and that complexity doesn't always equal quality.

Played Dark Souls in 60FPS for basically the first time. It's full blown pornography in 60 FPS is what it is. However, like 30 minutes in I got hit and my controller layout randomly changed in motionjoy. Anyone know of this problem?

Edit: issue was the vibration. It would change the button layout somehow.
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  19.10.2015 at 19:23
A trailer for a new game.

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Dima

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  30.10.2015 at 02:30
Basically all that matters right now is this and this ^.^

I'm up for fighting waves of Mokujin in a semi-skimpy Maiden In Black costume.


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  01.11.2015 at 13:11
Never heard of Pathologic, but the art style looks hella schmexy.
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Dima

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  01.11.2015 at 15:29
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 01.11.2015 at 13:11

Never heard of Pathologic, but the art style looks hella schmexy.


An Ice-Pick Lodge game. They're a small team and while I've only played through one of their games (The Void) they're one of my most beloved. I don't think I can fathom what these guys could create if they had a triple A budget. Much like The Void these other three games look just as confusing, imaginative and beyond the norm. They're all on steam. Knock Knock is currently on sale for $2, The Void for $7 and Pathological for $10. While I have no idea if you will like the mechanics in The Void, I think you will like the imagery.
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  05.11.2015 at 01:31
So I'm back to sporadically play StarCraft 1 a couple times per day.
What a great game that was.

Plus, this.
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  09.11.2015 at 01:25
Written by Karlabos on 05.11.2015 at 01:31

So I'm back to sporadically play StarCraft 1 a couple times per day.
What a great game that was.

Plus, this.

Truly one of the BEST soundtracks I have ever heard... Starcraft and Warcraft 2. And Diablo. Basically Blizzard hires good musicians...

How can one not like this one too.

Currently, I am, well, I occasionally played Heroes of Might and Magic 3. And No I don't really care about the new one that just came out
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  13.11.2015 at 10:07
Pumped a few hours into Fallout 4. Not too many. Maybe 6 or so.

I like it. I actually think the game is pretty breathtaking looking for the most part so I'm surprised at the backlash on that for one thing. Sure, the facial animations are a bit stiff, but no more so than Witcher 3 or Dragon Age 3, and some of the textures look a tad below par up close, but who the hell wants to stare at a door at point blank range? The actual environments are beautiful, and often augmented by various weather conditions and god-rays and fairly competent shadows and lighting. I actually hate walking at night because everything looks so nice in the sun.

The gameplay for the most feels like F3 and NV, though fighting from a FP perspective is much more viable than it used to be. VATs actually feels a little less useful this time around. Can't comment too much on the streamlining so far, I'm not sure how exactly the Perks has been streamlined, but apparently they have, but the fact there's no weapon degradation does ruin some of the fun a little. I think another issue I have is the AI. Groups of enemies can be exploited by keeping a distance as a lot of the time they won't stray too far out of their areas, so you can pick them off from a ranged position. On the other hand enemies use of grenades is a bit bullshit. The ones that use them have infinite, and are deadly accurate with them, nailing you over structures and hills when they shouldn't be able to see you.

I also found 2 Fatmen fairly near the starter area too, which is a bit rubbish. You'd think they would be harder to get. Although I did get one off a guy wearing Power Armour who was using the Fatman himself. I blasted him with my one Mini-Nuke.

I've also encountered a few bugs, though nothing game breaking yet.
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  13.11.2015 at 12:12
I really like the orc country add on for Elder Scrolls Online. Much more enjoyable than most of the bits I'd already played in the game. I think it might be the setting, it looks the same as Skyrim was, and act 5 was my favourite part of Diablo 2. Maybe I find cold, snowy places exotic?
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  13.11.2015 at 18:35
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 13.11.2015 at 10:07

I like it. I actually think the game is pretty breathtaking looking for the most part so I'm surprised at the backlash on that for one thing.

It baffles me how people complain about graphics sometimes. I haven't much interest in Fallout for the moment, but if I did buy it I wouldn't even care if it looked only slightly better than Fallout 3. Just my personal point of view I suppose. It's not so much that I don't care about graphics; I do. It has more to do with the fact that nearly every game released in the past 5 or so years looks amazing to my eyes (technically amazing, not always artistically obviously)
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  13.11.2015 at 21:59
Written by Zaphod on 13.11.2015 at 18:35

It baffles me how people complain about graphics sometimes. I haven't much interest in Fallout for the moment, but if I did buy it I wouldn't even care if it looked only slightly better than Fallout 3. Just my personal point of view I suppose. It's not so much that I don't care about graphics; I do. It has more to do with the fact that nearly every game released in the past 5 or so years looks amazing to my eyes (technically amazing, not always artistically obviously)

It feels like graphics gave reached a bit of a plateau to be honest. Looking at Fallout 4 I don't think it looks worse than Crysis 3 or Witcher 3, in fact I think it looks better because of a stronger art style. I guess some people feel the need to justify their multi-thousand dollar PCs, and if they feel like their PCs aren't being taxed to the fulllest with numerous little settings that are almost impossible to see during normal play then hissies ensue.
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  13.11.2015 at 22:25
For me games are about the amount of fun I have, only. If I wanted graphics I'd go watch a movie. In most of them the graphics look almost real. Like... The actors, for instance.
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  18.11.2015 at 14:46
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 13.11.2015 at 10:07

another issue I have is the AI. Groups of enemies can be exploited by keeping a distance as a lot of the time they won't stray too far out of their areas, so you can pick them off from a ranged position. On the other hand enemies use of grenades is a bit bullshit. The ones that use them have infinite, and are deadly accurate with them, nailing you over structures and hills when they shouldn't be able to see you.

I also found 2 Fatmen fairly near the starter area too, which is a bit rubbish. You'd think they would be harder to get. Although I did get one off a guy wearing Power Armour who was using the Fatman himself. I blasted him with my one Mini-Nuke.

I've also encountered a few bugs, though nothing game breaking yet.


The perk system is kind of messy. For example, after you enlist for the BoS, the paladin will ask you to help the other two soldiers. The girl will ask you to retrieve tech from various locations. The first quest is easy, the second is harder as expected but at the end of the quest, to retrieve the tech you have to open a Master safe. How the heck do i get Master at computers when the perk for hacking only gets you to Advanced?

The grenades and the landmines are annoying from the moment the red signal appears on the screen till they explode is around 3 secs. But one gets used to it.

The fatmen and the armour i agree with you. Not mentioning the Alien Blaster (i found this one after 45 mins) You get them very easily which spoils the fun of finding. However since you can mod them, it gives the chance to upgrade at will, so it's kind of cool too to have of it at your disposal early in the game.

I enjoyed most of the missions so far. Not too long, with good stories and characters.

I loved that you can enrol at various factions at the same time and not gaining bad karma for it (for me the karma system made sense in NV, but not in F3). You can be in the BoS, Railroad and Minutemen at the same time and gather allies to fight the Institute.

The difficulty level were also changed. Even at very easy or easy levels you'll get challenged. I play at hard level, but at the beginning i tried all levels to check differences. And i must admit, this is no game for beginners, it's hard even at easy difficulty.

The house building is a waste of time. You can stash your stuff at several cleaned locations or buy a house at Diamond City. Or even make the Robots Fair (can't recall the exact name) your HQ (protection guaranteed)! Check this vid:



Best game of the year so far.
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  18.11.2015 at 17:09
Written by Enemy of Reality on 18.11.2015 at 14:46

The perk system is kind of messy. For example, after you enlist for the BoS, the paladin will ask you to help the other two soldiers. The girl will ask you to retrieve tech from various locations. The first quest is easy, the second is harder as expected but at the end of the quest, to retrieve the tech you have to open a Master safe. How the heck do i get Master at computers when the perk for hacking only gets you to Advanced?


The perks for safe and computers go up to Master =P I just got Master at Hacking not half an hour ago, which was convenient as I only just found my first Master computer terminal. The perk set up seems pretty good to me. Maybe energy weapons could do with their own perks but it seems fairly balance so far.

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The grenades and the landmines are annoying from the moment the red signal appears on the screen till they explode is around 3 secs. But one gets used to it. The difficulty level were also changed. Even at very easy or easy levels you'll get challenged. I play at hard level, but at the beginning i tried all levels to check differences. And i must admit, this is no game for beginners, it's hard even at easy difficulty.


Yeah, at this point grenades are really the only thing killing me too quickly (i.e. instantly). Now I've gotten some nice armour and upgraded it I'm finding it a lot easier (on Normal atm) and am at level 21 I think. I can actually survive more than 2 hits. I still get destroyed quite easily by Glowing Ones though, such bullet sponges.

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I enjoyed most of the missions so far. Not too long, with good stories and characters.


I've to do any that have wowed me yet tbh, but then I haven't done all that many. Most of the missions felt very abrupt and didn't seem to have much payoff aside from caps and exp. Hopefully I've just missed the good ones.

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I loved that you can enrol at various factions at the same time and not gaining bad karma for it (for me the karma system made sense in NV, but not in F3). You can be in the BoS, Railroad and Minutemen at the same time and gather allies to fight the Institute. The house building is a waste of time. You can stash your stuff at several cleaned locations or buy a house at Diamond City. Or even make the Robots Fair (can't recall the exact name) your HQ (protection guaranteed)! Check this vid:

I haven't done much faction work outside of the Minutemen (did up tot he bit where you fight the Queen Mirelurk: hard battle). Would like to join the BoC. I did a mission which involved finding BoC dog tags and it led me to a bunker with an old guy in. Nothing else seemed to happen though.

And yeah, I did that Robot Town one and have control of it ^^ one of the first missions I did actually, and I had to turn down the difficulty when I accidentally asked for a demonstration of a Mr. Gutsy who was waaaay above me in levels at the time.

Despite quite a few flaws: bugs, watered down dialogue tree, no weapon degradation or real weapon specialistion, dodgy AI, performance drops (especially when up on top of high buildings, FUCKING INFINITE ENEMY GRENADES, I'm still very much enjoying it, after 29 hours anyway.

My GotY is still Bloodborne though I think
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  19.11.2015 at 12:03
Speak for yourself, I'm one-shotting most enemies at this point. Killed a legendary Deathclaw with 6 shotgun blasts (on Normal mode).
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  19.11.2015 at 12:33
Written by Enemy of Reality on 18.11.2015 at 14:46

The perk system is kind of messy. For example, after you enlist for the BoS, the paladin will ask you to help the other two soldiers. The girl will ask you to retrieve tech from various locations. The first quest is easy, the second is harder as expected but at the end of the quest, to retrieve the tech you have to open a Master safe. How the heck do i get Master at computers when the perk for hacking only gets you to Advanced?

That might be on purpose to get you to try other companions. Once you have Nick Valentine, your hacking problems go byebye

Written by Enemy of Reality on 18.11.2015 at 14:46

The fatmen and the armour i agree with you. Not mentioning the Alien Blaster (i found this one after 45 mins) You get them very easily which spoils the fun of finding. However since you can mod them, it gives the chance to upgrade at will, so it's kind of cool too to have of it at your disposal early in the game.

I have to say I enjoy the new weapon system a bit more than the old one. I'm practically still running around with my initial 10mm gun and it's still more than viable even against super mutants and legendaries. I did find a number of fatmans, regular rocket launchers, and three miniguns so far, not to mention four and a half power armors. But I'm still sporting my vault suit with mods and armor upgrades I find. It's a lot of fun to play this way and definitely something you couldn't do before.

Written by Enemy of Reality on 18.11.2015 at 14:46

The house building is a waste of time. You can stash your stuff at several cleaned locations or buy a house at Diamond City. Or even make the Robots Fair (can't recall the exact name) your HQ (protection guaranteed)!

If you do, however, you can start producing resources on your own. Have a number of scavenging stations spread across settlements with supply lines and you get some of the more rare ones even. Plus, you can basically grow infinite adhesive by cooking vegetable starch from resources you can grow yourself. That's a big helper if you mod a lot.

What's most annoying about mines is that they disappear when you reload. I quicksave a lot because of all the crashes and every now and then I try to reload to grab the mine and it's gone. It apears they can only explode once in time.

Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 18.11.2015 at 17:09

I've to do any that have wowed me yet tbh, but then I haven't done all that many. Most of the missions felt very abrupt and didn't seem to have much payoff aside from caps and exp. Hopefully I've just missed the good ones.

The one for the robots on the ship is funny. Not to spoil anything but I liked it a lot.
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  19.11.2015 at 13:03
Written by obi wan corrupt on 19.11.2015 at 12:33

The one for the robots on the ship is funny. Not to spoil anything but I liked it a lot.

Sounds good, is there a vague area I should explore to find that one?
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  19.11.2015 at 13:56
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 19.11.2015 at 13:03
Sounds good, is there a vague area I should explore to find that one?

Head east to the tip of the island from cambridge. I spotted it from the column in bunker hill and went straight there.
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  19.11.2015 at 13:58
Written by obi wan corrupt on 19.11.2015 at 13:56

Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 19.11.2015 at 13:03
Sounds good, is there a vague area I should explore to find that one?

Head east to the tip of the island from cambridge. I spotted it from the column in bunker hill and went straight there.

Cool, will do!
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  19.11.2015 at 15:13
Would like clarification. What's with the game supplying you with power armour and a Fatman so early on? Is their better gear later on?
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  19.11.2015 at 15:26
Written by Dima on 19.11.2015 at 15:13

Would like clarification. What's with the game supplying you with power armour and a Fatman so early on? Is their better gear later on?

Power armour doesn't work the same way in this game. It's not armour you equip in your inventory; you literally step into it wherever you left it / it was found. You get enormous defence boosts, no fall damage however far you fall, maybe some radiation defence etc. The caveat with it now is that it requires Fusion Cores to power it. These are relative scarce. I've found maybe 35 or so in my current 40 hour playthrough. If you are wearing power armor and just walking about normally I reckon one would last you maybe 45 minutes or so, if you sprint though one will be depleted in a matter of minutes, and generally fighting in them no doubt runs them down quicker. They also require repairing / replacing too, which consumes resources found from junk. They're pretty cool, but probably not something that can be relied upon. They can be upgraded too.

As for Fatmen, I've probably found a good 6 or 7 through my playthrough, but I've probably seen fewer than 10 mini-nukes so again they can't be relied upon, and they weigh an absolute ton to carry so I doubt anyone would carry one around with them unless using it for something specific.
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  19.11.2015 at 15:44
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 19.11.2015 at 15:26

Power armour doesn't work the same way in this game.


So would you say the power armour adjustment is better, worse or just different? Hard to gauge as a spectator.
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  19.11.2015 at 15:48
Written by Dima on 19.11.2015 at 15:44


So would you say the power armour adjustment is better, worse or just different? Hard to gauge as a spectator.

I like it. It adds a new dimension to the game. I doubt I will use it too much, but it was fun exploring the Glowing Sea (basically a massive hazy green wasteland) wearing it. I think it might come in useful for certain one off battles, or if you're underpowered at a certain point, though I haven't really used it for combat much.
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  21.11.2015 at 12:01
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 19.11.2015 at 15:48

Written by Dima on 19.11.2015 at 15:44


So would you say the power armour adjustment is better, worse or just different? Hard to gauge as a spectator.

I like it. It adds a new dimension to the game. I doubt I will use it too much, but it was fun exploring the Glowing Sea (basically a massive hazy green wasteland) wearing it. I think it might come in useful for certain one off battles, or if you're underpowered at a certain point, though I haven't really used it for combat much.


I have to say that green bog does indeed look very pretty.
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  21.11.2015 at 12:09
Written by Dima on 21.11.2015 at 12:01

I have to say that green bog does indeed look very pretty.

There wasn't quite as many cool things in it as I would have liked, but it's atmospheric if nothing else.
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