Mooby: humble monthly sucks
Also Mooby: give me your humble monthly
A game only sucks if you have to pay for it!
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Posted by Mooby on Yesterday, 11:55 PM
Also if you own the original the DLC for it is now on sale for $1.75 each.
I'd say if you don't have the DLC you should just cough up the extra $4 to get the better version (it includes the DLC with a few more perks).
Re: FO4 for warren - I enjoyed it for what it is but don't go into it expecting New Vegas. The writing, story, and quests are mostly awful. But the gunplay and mechanics are solid. It's more like a fleshed out version of Borderlands. That they put forth the effort to make scavenging meaningful in terms of crafting/upgrading weapons is a step in the right direction.
The base/settlement building is wholly pointless and feels like an afterthought thrown in to appeal to Minecraft players. $20 for the base game is fine but I would not bother with the DLC.
Posted by Mooby on Yesterday, 09:14 PM
State of Derpcay finally on sale? I was thinking of buying this during summer sale and not playing it in anticipation of not buying or playing State of Derpcay 2 anywhere near the time it releases. I'll bite and see what happens with humble monthly since I probably won't put 2 hours into it in the next 5 years let alone next week.
If you don't own the original/non YOSE then it's worth picking up at the price. For me, since I do own the original I'm not shelling out $7.50 for the upgrade. I would be surprised if it goes any cheaper although I suppose it could be in a future Humble bundle.
Posted by Mooby on 16 May 2017 - 08:53 PM
Asus or gigabyte 1070 founders?
Asus, Gigabyte, and MSI are all on the same tier in terms of quality. For what it's worth I've had zero issues with my MSI mobo and 770 card for the three+ years I've had it. And when trying to decide I found praise and horror stories relating to all three companies. Mostly comes down to personal choice.
Posted by Mooby on 06 May 2017 - 09:52 PM
Yeah, I'm paying $70 for 50Mbps and another $120 for satellite TV. Choices are pretty crap in my market. Cox more or less has an internet monopoly, but its bundles and TV and phone service are horrendous.
Indeed. I'm stuck under Cox's thumb. Going to cancel my bundle and just go with internet since I rarely watch television anymore.