Hey thanks for pointing out the NewEgg FF deals! I made a run for the (Japanese) border.
Whole list of Square Enix with a bunch of FF deals, 2K deals + other deals here (on Reddit):
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Posted by MysterD on Today, 02:56 PM
Posted by MysterD on Today, 02:31 PM
[doesn't want to go into that haunted mansion again because with the lights off and the sound up it scares the bejesus out of him every single time]
That old hotel in Bloodlines is one of the only times I've ever been legit freaked out by a video game. Forget those cheap-o jump scares some games use. That place is just overall creepy and it happens all around you as you move around.
Even still on replays, that damn level still creeps me out and make me jump every damn time.
Horror games + movies normally don't do that to me.
Posted by MysterD on Today, 06:48 AM
Music list has changed, too.
10 cents club:
The Weeknd "Trilogy" [triple-album/mixtapes];
Drake "Back to Back" (single);
Drake "Take Care" (album);
Drake "Nothing Was The Same (album);
Eminem "The Eminem Show" (album);
Eminem "Recovery" (album);
Lorde "Pure Heroine" [album];
Imagine Dragons "Night Vision" [album];
One Republic "Native" (album);
Florida Georgia Line "Here's To The Good Times" (album);
Jeff Buckley "Grace" (album);
One Direction "History" (single);
Ellie Goulding "Burn" (single)
-> side note - Ellie's "Halycon" album is still 10 cents and that song "Burn" is also on that album;
Rachel Platten "Fight Song" (single);
Lady Gaga "Born This Way" (single);
Troye Sivan "Happy Little Pill" (single);
Katy Perry "Part Of Me [Thin White Duke Mix]" (Single);
Rihanna "We Found Love" (single);
Sam Smith "Lay Me Down [Flume Remix]" (single);
Frank Ocean "Thinkin Bout You" (single);
$1 club albums:
Stevie Wonder "Innerversions"
Sade "Diamond Life"
Amy Winehouse "Back to Black"
Elton John "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road"
Bob Dylan "Time out of Mind"
Posted by MysterD on 24 November 2015 - 11:48 AM
For you music-fans on W10 Store....
Some $1 albums:
Drake/Future collabo album "What a Time To Be Alive";
Eric B & Rakim's "Pain in Full (Extended)" Album;
Ice Cube's "The Predator";
NWA's "Straight outta Compton";
Eminem's "MMLP 2";
Public Enemy's "It Takes A Nation" album;
The Roots "Things Fall Apart";
Lil Wayne's "The Carter 3".
10 cent items:
Drake's "Hotling Bling";
Drake's "0 to 100/The Catch Up" track;
Kanye West's "All Day" with Paul McCartney;
Ellie Goulding's "Halycon" album;
Dr. Dre "I Need A Doctor" with Eminem + Skylar Grey;
Jay Z's "Blue Magic" song.
For you movie-fans renting on W10 Store....
Trainwreck is 10 cents.
Posted by MysterD on 24 November 2015 - 12:08 AM
Console game prices have always been terrible because they're tied to the existence of the resale/used game market. With PC, you can simply pay $10-20 less on average and not have to worry about 'flipping.'
But isn't supposed half the fun of the used console market the crazy acrobatics, flipping, spinning on your head-sideways, price-matching, extra coupons in the cereal box, and other nonsense just to save a whole whopping $5 off a game? :P
Posted by MysterD on 23 November 2015 - 10:50 PM
To upgrade, or not to upgrade, that is the question.
I say if you have a crummy secondary PC that you don't do much with + you meet the W10 system requirements - in which for me, basically my crummy Win 8.1 laptop fits the bill here - I'd say to "go for it." You could then use that as your W10 test-bed PC. No reason not to, in that case.
I wasn't fond of Win 8.1 on my laptop in the first place, but it was a bit more tolerable w/ StartMenu8 - W10 upgrade is certainly just another reason for me to get away from Win 8.1. Now this crummy laptop certainly boots, loads, and runs much better + faster with W10. It was a pretty painless upgrade - just time-consuming, more so than anything. You might wanna go watch some TV shows, movies, or do something else - while you do the W10 download and when you do the install. Just peak in now and then and see if you need to interject and do something (in which, you will). This PC will likely be my W10 test-bed + W10-Store deal-getting PC, for now.
Just, you know - make sure you turn off the telemetry garbage when asked upon installing and also after the install via the Privacy settings and read-up on any other ways if you're worried about the W10 telemetry stuff. A simple Google search should help you find more info on how to turn most of this crap off.
If you want to move your main PC to W10 - that's really something for you to decide. Weigh the pro's and con's. I don't know if you want to back-up your stuff first (probably do); got a lot of games installed + game saves to back-up; or you have games you don't think will work on W10; or what - but it's your call really there. If you probably ain't done much yet w/ your main rig, might be a lot easier decide on moving to W10. Just, you know - you have until a year from W10's original release to do the free upgrade.
Posted by MysterD on 23 November 2015 - 12:53 AM
Really, if I'm being honest, it's to install Steam games that will be ignored. But I feel better knowing they are ready if I ever want to .... play them.
I had enough hard drive space before I started hanging around in this thread.
I do a lot of this, as well - download Steam-game; it's in backlog; who knows when or even if I'll play it.
If a game has DLC's or a Season Pass that I'm missing, I likely won't even think of uninstalling the game until I get all of the content; especially if it's huge in size.
I also have a problem w/ even uninstalling games I've already finished; again, especially if they're big in size.