I feel this company has no intentions of every making another game, just release RCR for every platform known to man
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Posted by CDiablo on 19 June 2015 - 01:42 PM
Thanks OP grabbed this and while there, sprung for Adr1ft too.
curious to see how Blast Corps and Jet Force Gemini hold up.
I will field this one. Blast Corps holds up very well. There really isn't any puzzle game like it that I have played since. An N64 puzzle classic up there with Space Station Silicon Valley. I play classic games quite a bit but never owned Jet Force Gemini when I was younger. I've played it since but I just cant get into it. It's very bland.
Posted by CDiablo on 10 June 2015 - 02:19 PM
i have put 70 hrs into SotfS on PS4 and thats never happened once. I doubt its happened to you either. I can also pull random gifs from the internet of things ive never experienced in games...
Im about 40ish in the X1 version. I haven't had a lot of BS hitbox kills like the poster above put(they could be from an earlier version or the last gen versions) but it has happened here and there. Personally as a massive DS1 fan(400ish hours between PC and X360), I really have enjoyed 2. If anything cause it encourages a lot more co-op and PVP play(though as in DS1 a lot of the PVP is broken due to lag) and I really enjoy both. I do agree with The Dead Texan in regards to Soul Memory(have to wear Agape ring so I don't get too experienced). Unfortunately the biggest drawback of playing your second Souls game is that(for myself and many others) the anxiety of moving forward is not the same as it was in my first playthrough of DS1, but this comes with experience.
Posted by CDiablo on 11 March 2015 - 03:26 AM
It's the one year anniversary, not an error
Edit: also the community is basically dead from what I've read and no one touches the DLC playlists, so hopefully this fixes that
They might as well make this game free at this point
3-4000 playing at most USA main hours. They put it on sale often so there is always jolts during those times. Not every mode has a ton of players though. Its really fun, but Im not too big on FPSing with a controller and I would rather play on PC(I believe that community is dead.)
Posted by CDiablo on 30 July 2014 - 02:55 PM
I'm curious how many people actually use Bitcoin. When I see companies take it, it just feels like a gimmick to make them look forward thinking. That being said, if I could trade my Gamestop credit for bitcoin, i'd be in for one.
Its mostly used for illicit drug transactions. They then spend the bitcoin on stuff like this cause turning it into real money can be a chore. Its so volatile I dont know why any business would ever take it. I think one day in the next few years someone will find a way to "counterfeit" bitcoin and put an end to cryptocurrency for good.
Posted by CDiablo on 17 July 2014 - 11:51 PM
Because its bungie and they have actually made limited editions that are limited before. Let alone the last few CEs for Halo games went for massive amounts of money.
Reach had the flaming helmet that topped out at like $160 on eBay. Halo 3 CEs brought good money.
4 not so much but that wasn't a bungie title.
For a collector they have had nice items before and distinctive in game items. The reach figurine was pretty good.
3 (Bungie) was so overproduced that gamestop gutted the CE's and were throwing away the Master Chief helmets. MS was in charge of manufacturing the CE's(even the Halo Reach CE can be had for less than MSRP today). We are dealing with Activision(you can still find COD CEs going back 3-4 years easily) here, and this game has had a ton of money thrown in to it. This CE will get extra runs if needed.
Posted by CDiablo on 05 June 2014 - 01:37 PM
One of the things that killed Dark Souls for me is that, the confusion. I spent hours and hours finally getting through the skeletons just after the prologue. Countless times to get in the cave, get past the dangers, and find a mage dude, only to find out he is completely OP for my character. Then I went below the starting bonfire - again, many tries against OP enemies so, again, another road to go to. There was another one I've found with a dragon: needless to say, OP. A friend of mine actually told me there's a path I didn't even notice: goes figure it's the one I needed to go to in the first place. I should probably restart DS with a guide, because if you don't know what you're doing you're just wasting hours to no avail most of the time.
That is kind of the fun part for people. I have always described DS to friends as a long adult themed Zelda dungeon. The coolest part of the game for me was looking over the vast cliffs and seeing things off in the distance that I would later discover a path to. If anything I would suggest you look up a guide on multiplayer for the game. I went through my whole first playthrough by myself, boy was it tough and time consuming. If you use a guide to get through the game you wont have nearly as much of a rewarding experience, though a guide can probably cut your first playthrough to 40-60ish hours instead of 100 like me.
Posted by CDiablo on 21 January 2014 - 05:47 PM
Can someone give me a rundown of the Dark Souls story before I commit? If the story sucks, I won't play it. And that would be a waste of my dollars. #CheapAss
The story is confusing and mostly made up by the DS community from whatever scraps FROM gave the players. There is probably 20 lines of dialogue in the entire game. You have to read every item(and have a bunch of rare items) description(and possibly some comics/books/ect) to make some sense of what is going on. I love the game and dont care about story in games, but coming from a person who has beat the game twice, I have no clue whatsoever of what the story is. My story is: "Everything wants to kill me, I best kill it first."