Good investment, you won't regret it, likely to save you hundreds in battery costs as well.
True but that came from my Xbox One X pre-order funds lol. Ehh, it's time to build that up again.
The only way to improve it is to remove it. Ruining gaming since 2005.
You mean enhancing it since 2005. I believe a game's life can be extended with the use of good achievements. There's a ton you can do in a game these days and true some achievements and devs have gone overboard but overall I love setting a goal once the overall goal of beating a game is completed. Each game in the Mass Effect trilogy have given me hours of play and largely in part due to the achievements I strived to get in the end but yeah it doesn't hurt the games are excellent. Garbage games to play for achievements, not me though. I've hit 100,000 anyways, just cruising on through now. Meh, I'd play more of my Nintendo games more if they had achievements to be honest.
Achievements mainly have shown me most gamers have ADD and give up on games within a few hours of playing them.
Stands up from computer char, "Um hi, my name is Spybreaker and I have gaming ADD." In unison, Hi Spybreaker.
Well, today was a shitty fucking day. Was in Charlottesville to volunteer with crisis work and it was fucking terrifying.
Tell me something funny or positive, or to keep on topic, your earliest gaming memory.
Haven't paid attention to any news so I was like what the hell happened in Charlottesville today? Jesus, ignorance is bliss.
Wow, glad you made it out of there ok, what a disgusting scene that was.
Earliest gaming memory maybe playing Combat with my grandpa on the 2600.
Oh man me too! Combat was the shit, 15 games in 1 yo! Well I don't know how they tried to market it lol but yeah bunch of different game modes in that one. I also watched my Uncle play Dune II, oh them were the days.
My earliest gaming memory is super smash bros... Melee... On the GameCube. (Because I'm a damn millennial)
Opens mouth and points finger in unison of all the other people in this thread.
Also as someone who was born in '84, down with millennials!
Back in my day all we needed was a joystick and a button or two.
:goes back to rocking chair:
Cranky Kong, that you?
Edited by Spybreak9, 13 August 2017 - 03:40 AM.