I can recommend System Shock 2 tho
That always is a great game to recommend.
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Posted by MysterD on 24 March 2015 - 01:16 AM
this makes no sense..
Just like your post made no sense to me - with its horrid lack of punctuation, commas, etc etc.
Right back at you.
i was asking if you were going to buy it or just keep posting about it
Anyways, I was just sharing the info to the people who have the DA:I + might be looking for the Jaws DLC on XB1, it's out now - that's the latest news on it. Of course, PC gamers have to still wait until tomorrow.
Since we don't know how much content is there, what's new, what's there - we all probably should wait for reviews and any opinions from those #fakeybros that wanna be paying Early Adopters/Beta Testers.
About me buying DAI, DLC, or anything - not yet. I'm going to keep waiting on it, just so I can keep posting about it while not owning it - just for you.
Posted by MysterD on 24 March 2015 - 12:41 AM
According to GameInformer, Jaws DLC is up already on XBL; PC release is still tomorrow.
Update (8:25 p.m. Eastern) Due to a technical glitch the Jaws of Hakkon DLC is available now for purchase on Xbox One. EA will not be moving to pull it down, so have at it. PC players still need to wait until tomorrow, though.
The DLC includes new enemies, new legendary armor and weapons, and the brand new region of Hakkon. Happy hunting!
Posted by MysterD on 23 March 2015 - 04:27 AM
Anyone have any Steam keys they want to sell send me a pm. I just got a pc for gaming and don't have any games. Trying to find some deals since the new pc left me broke.
The Cesspool is over there:
Specifically, Steam/Origin/Desura Buy/Sell/Trade Thread from the Cesspool is over here:
Posted by MysterD on 23 March 2015 - 12:41 AM
I just finished today Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon. I did all of the main quest stuff and a few of the side quest stuff - and after almost 3 1/2 hours, I've completed the main quest. I certainly could've done more of the side stuff, as there was certainly still a fair amount of side-quests, garrisons, and other things to do over this nicely-sized map (especially for a DLC / stand-alone expansion).
If you took Far Cry 3's open-world structure; condensed all of this awesome action + gameplay into a DLC-sized stand-alone game; streamlined the leveling-up process so each level gives you a new skill/perk; gave it a full-blown 1980's action-movie style; give it an absolutely killer 1980's style synth-pop and rock soundtrack (thanks, Power Glove!); and gave it a neon-color palette - you'd basically get Blood Dragon.
FC3: BD takes every 80's + early 90's tropes + cliches from those action-movies (i.e. Terminator series, Predator series, sci-fi flicks from that era, etc) and pays homage to all of these over-the-top action films. This game also stars Michael Biehn (who was in some of these classic + cult-classic 80's and 90's action movies) doing the voice-acting for the lead character Rex Power Colt, who is trying to save the world. Biehn is fantastic here and sounds like he's having the time of his life here. This absolutely ridiculous story, loaded with a purposely loaded hammy script + dialogue, constantly delivering over-the-top fun, bliss & joy. Never is there a moment, where this game is not hammy and/or cheesy, as it's always making you smile in a big + cheesy way right along w/ this game's love for those action films. Fans of those movies who play FC3: BD are definitely in for a treat here.
FC3: BD also has a love for old-school 80's and 90's games, as well. Cut-scenes w/ small boxes of a mixture of pixelated-stills and might actually be animated, feels + looks like they were plucked right out of the 80's and 90's Nintendo, Genesis & Super Nintendo era of games. Growing up on those games, this feels like nostalgia at some of its finest here. If this wasn't enough, there's also one of the funniest in-game tutorials in a game ever put together here, aiming directly at in-game tutorials doing often way too much hand-holding.
When it's all said and done, simply put - Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is awesome, tons of fun, and an over-the-top ridiculously great time.
Posted by MysterD on 21 March 2015 - 10:20 PM
I finished Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag - Freedom Cry DLC today. Took about 6-7 hours; and I certainly didn't do everything there was to do, either. Did all of the main stuff and some of the side stuff.
It also feels like more AC4 - which if you liked or loved AC4 base-game's game-play, you'll feel right at home here. I certainly did. Since you're sparking a revolution + freeing slaves, it feels like there's way more purpose here going on than the fun factor of being a pirate + looting for $ that was found in a good portion of AC4 base-game.
Freedom Cry certainly has one of the better and more focused stories + character development pieces to be found in a AC game (even though this is a DLC, more or less) since probably AC: Revelations - since AC3 was extremely over-the-top + ridiculous in every regard (and since most characters weren't likable i.e. Connor); and AC4 was a bit looser on that stuff when compared to AC: Revelations.
Freedom Cry's really good, IMHO - especially for a DLC.