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Posted by MysterD on 14 July 2015 - 11:51 PM
All these important questions lost.... Like toasters in the
And reign one day, we shall.
Toaster.Net is still assembling itself.
I'm hoping whatever the hell they do to this - re-working, overhauling, fixing, restarting, or whatever - it works out for them, in the end.
Posted by MysterD on 14 July 2015 - 09:59 PM
I was unaware that Techland wasn't doing DI2. I liked SpecOps pretty well, so I guess Yager leaving the project is a bad sign, but what happened to Techland? Why aren't they developing the sequel? Because of Dying Light?
On a related note - I bit on the $20 Dragon's Age Inquisition deal at Best Buy. All that Deluxe stuff can be bought for $9.99 through Origin, but a lot of it looks cosmetic or unimportant.
Techland went on to do Dying Light for WB.
Deep Silver wound-up w/ Dead Island IP - I don't know if Techland owed money so they lost the IP, sold the IP to them, or to get the IP had to release IP rights to Deep Silver, or what). Deep Silver went and got someone else to do Dead Island 2; they picked Yager. It was aiming to be a way less serious + a more fun type of zombie-smashing ARPG, using a real setting of California.
Dead Island 2 footage on IGN from GamesCom 2014:
Posted by MysterD on 14 July 2015 - 06:42 PM
The BioShock inf Mac season pass on gmg works with Windows right? I'm 99% sure but don't want to ass ume anything. I think that is the cheapest I've seen. Thanks!
In Bioshock: Infinite - Season Pass' case - yes, it supports STEAMPLAY.
Mac + Windows for one Steam-key activation.
In general w/ any Steam-game, here's the low-down on what to look for...
Always check for STEAMPLAY Support on a game's Steam-Store page, if you are going to buy Steam-keys for a game (from 3rd party stores or from 1st party Steam-Store) + you want to know what versions you get for activating a Steam-key.
Look for the OS symbols on a game's Steam-Store page.
In this case, you would check the BioShock Infinite Season Pass' Steam-Store page here.
Posted by MysterD on 14 July 2015 - 04:39 PM
I like that you like your mistake.
My so-called "mistake" (4GB 960 w/ 128-bit bus), as you so happen to like to call it - runs all the games I've been wanting to play at Very High to Ultra at 1080p (TEW, AC Unity, Watch Dogs, Batman AK PC, etc).
Certainly, it's running games a lot better than my aging 1GB VRAM GF 560 Ti 256-bit card was doing.
I'm happy with my decision. I took a gamble on it (b/c I still wasn't happy w/ only 128-bit bus) + it worked out better than I ever expected (namely b/c of the 4GB VRAM buffer looks to have done wonders here).
If I wasn't happy w/ it, I would've got rid of the card.
Posted by MysterD on 14 July 2015 - 01:56 PM
Posted by MysterD on 14 July 2015 - 12:45 PM
Up for grabs!
Summer Sale Mystery Game:
Got it. Thanks!
GMG Day 5 Deals are live.
I don't have any direct link to the day 5 sale, but I have been checking and I saw this deal
75% - Wolfenstein: The Old Blood - $5.00 (Steam)
Lowest price yet!!
Remeber you can apply another 20% off with voucher: GMGSUM-MERSAL-E20OFF
Wo0t for 75% off + 20% extra on top.
In for Wolf: TOB at $4.
Wolf: TNO was awesome.
Posted by MysterD on 14 July 2015 - 12:06 PM
NewEgg has a PC downloads sale with 2K, UbiSoft, Activision, and Square Enix deals.
Since CAG breaks links often, use this search in their search bar to bring those deals up:
Check your e-mail, click the link in there to the sale, and scroll to the very bottom of the sale's web-page to see the promo code for an extra 15% off PC downloads titles in this sale.
Posted by MysterD on 14 July 2015 - 11:41 AM
Offtopic: MysterD, did you see the triple threat match on RAW tonight? hell of a match
Yep! Awesome match w/ Rusev, Owens, and Cesaro.
Also was awesome to see some more Divas (from NXT, that can actually wrestle) actually on Raw, as well. WWE Creative + booking staff better not screw this up.
Posted by MysterD on 13 July 2015 - 04:40 PM
Always shop for Steam keys on the MacGameStore site. The only people who use Macs are pretentious hipsters writing their tumblr fanfics at local coffee shops while drinking horchata in their rainbow-colored, fingerless gloves. They're too busy feeling self-important to play video games, that's why their versions of AAA titles are cheaper.
I don't have a Mac.
So, yes - Steam keys for Steamplay-supported games (which gives at least Windows + Mac versions in one purchase + activation of a Steam-key) are why I check out the MacGameStore b/c I want the Windows version of the game.