A fidget spinner by itself is a pretty boring device. It's the 'tricks' that people do that make it interesting for some people. From a generation that has all electronic devices, a device that spins around and isn't electronic is new and mesmerizing I guess. It reminds me of the current generation that is amazed by this wacky device called a TV Antenna that they can get "free TV" on....
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Posted by sasquatc4 on 22 July 2017 - 04:50 PM
Posted by sasquatc4 on 21 July 2017 - 04:18 PM
is it true that you get ZERO exp when playing on DLC map if you don't own the DLC?
tis true, but it gets backlogged so if/when you do buy the premium you get all that xp back
and agreed on 7days, at this point Im expecting it to popup soon in a monthly, so thats put off buying it no matter the price
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Posted by sasquatc4 on 19 July 2017 - 08:03 PM
Awesome. I don't have it installed and knowing the full download isn't going to be 100GB is comforting.
I was hanging onto a gift copy to trade towards the Complete Edition (since as we know, Bethesda is stingy as with DLC discounts) but I guess I can finally activate it.
Did they say if the Demon Multiplayer DLC would also be included in the patch? It was a pre-order bonus and not part of the Season Pass.
I dont remember if there was a single demon pre-order bonus, but each of the 3 dlc packs included a new demon. The press release said all maps, weapons, and demons would be going free for everyone. From what I can tell the preorder bonus was just a 'demon' armor set, not a full demon. So you may not get that armor set, but thats just some cosmetic stuff
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Posted by sasquatc4 on 19 July 2017 - 06:42 PM
Big doom update is live, 35gb. This unlocks DLC for everyone for free. Also a free weekend and 15$ sale
course the 35gb isnt the dlc maps, everyone already had all those anyway since you could play with friends. They've redone the entire levelling system and removed hack modules, replaced with runes like the single player game. Also post-download install size is 68gb, so it doesnt really take up that much more space, just alot of code rewrite
Posted by sasquatc4 on 18 July 2017 - 06:58 PM
While that was true in the past for bitcoin not so much for ethereum, which is what people are mining now with gpu's until some ASIC's get pushed out that make it unprofitable again. Ethereum can be done on either card very well, which is why all GPU prices spiked, not just one vendor. So buying either used at this point would be a big gamble
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Posted by sasquatc4 on 17 July 2017 - 05:24 PM
Looked it up. Looks interesting. Kind of cartoony for my taste. Only PvE I assume. Not sure I have the time to dedicate to a game like that though since it seems coop is the way to go.
Its also going F2P
I played the alpha/betas with some friends a bunch, and it was good fun. Like orcs must die but with more building involved. I was fairly set to buy it until they said it would be going F2P around winter time. Even with my 50%+ discount on it from the beta's its hard to pull the trigger knowing that
Posted by sasquatc4 on 14 July 2017 - 11:45 PM
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Posted by sasquatc4 on 14 July 2017 - 12:53 AM
But I only really see that working for MP games which are time sensitive. An SP game better be the most funnest shit ever created if its going to be a day 1 purchase because at this point everyone has something else they can already play until it becomes cheap. But Id agree on the MP games point, its why I had no problem buying BF1 day 1, I knew all my bf4 bros would be playing and that we would be playing it for the next 1-2 years. To this day bf4 was still my best price to playtime(and fun) game so it was a no brainer to get it. Plus it helps that origin doesnt do stupid region crap and you could find it relatively cheap day 1
There is still one game that surprises me and its r6 siege. That thing is one big anomaly. Its beta version sucked ass, and no one I knew was going to buy it. Month after release someone got it for some reason, and realized it was freaking awesome and slowly convinced us all to get it. At the same time the community started out the same way, relatively small to begin with and now 1.5 years later its much bigger than what it started it. All the while it slowly creeps up on my bf4 playtime total
Posted by sasquatc4 on 12 July 2017 - 03:36 PM
I actually disable my onboard. Not that I have anything against onboard sound, I just dont use it. I have an external focusrite usb card to power some monitors and a few other things, so Im either using that and those speakers, or Im using a wireless gaming headset. So no real reason to enable my onboard. If it wasnt for the rest of my setup Id be using onboard though, these days its just as good or in some cases (like gigabytes touted audio) better than many 3rd party sound cards
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