If this is in the wrong area i apologize. I recently got a PS4 and i am having a small issue where if i leave it idle for a while and turn the fv off upon turning it back on there is only audio and no video. To my knowledge it's not going into stand by and the light is a solid white color.
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I caught that deal for all those giant figures from walmart. This is after i had walked into a BB and got an eye brawl for 7 bucks since it was on clearance. I also bought a triple pack for prism break, lightning rod and drill sergeant. I am gonna return eye brawl and get the swap force starter. I think the only element i am missing is fire and undead. I was looking into getting a series 3 chop chop and eruptor,
From reading the question, it almost seemed like he was asking what is the fewest amount of Skylanders he can buy to get the most out of the series, i.e. pros and cons of re-posed/light-core characters vs. original characters, etc. I own quite a few, but even I'm not sure.
My personal advice is, for the first two games, buy 1 Skylander of each element and 1 Giant - if you buy the Starter of Spyro's Adventure and the Portal Owner's Pack, you should be good for the Giant, as well as the Magic, Water, & Tech Elements. For the other five Elements, buy whichever you like. I can't recall if lightcore and re-posed characters are backwards compatible, but everything is forwards-compatible.
For Swap Force, I think you need a Swapper of each Ability Type and each Element. I'm not sure the least number for that.
And Trap Team, one of each Trap Master Element, i.e. 10 figures.
If you're just going after achievements, everything is achievable with the base/starter set. However, each Skylander is one life, and once you run out, you have to start over. The final boss battles tend to be rather challenging (to me).
That pretty much answered my question, i must of been channeling my inner caboose when i asked that. Do the old figures have stat caps? If i took them into newer games would they be less effective?
Hypothetically speaking, say if i got in on that deal for the original skylanders and giants and wanted to get all the achieveables/ wanted to get a few figures. Which ones would i get/packs would i buy to make the most out of it? I don't want to invest too much, but wouldn't mind getting a pack that had like 3 series 3 so i could use on the ones that i have and the game after giants.
Still looking for people for a fresh run of Borderlands 1/2 and all the dlc. Since it's still on sale and if people were on the fence, i wouldn't mind taking them through the wasteland. It would be nice if you had a mic, but it's not a dealbreaker. We could figure out who is playing who when we get enough people.
I am looking for a group to do Borderlands 1/2 and All the dlc on 360. I've played it before, but none of the DLC for bl2. I want to get it done before my gold expires. I would like to get through BL1 though as fast as possible. Let me know if you are interested.
I was weighing my options on picking up Injustice and Marvel on PS4. I was considering the install size versus digital/physical and to my amusement i come to find it actually doesn't matter. Since they all take up the same amount of space.
I have been thinking about finishing off the story of XI, which to me is probably the most well done since X, maybe VI. I should really edit the OP now to emphisize how solo friendly the game is now and how it is now possible to solo the entire damn game.
Also i will currently mention at the time of posting that it's on sale again at amazon
Not sorry for the Huge bump since this game is up there with Everquest and Phantasy Star for being a great as hell MMO.