No surprise that Humble didn't run out of TellTale DRM Keys.
Seriously - who the hell's going to activate those?
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Posted by MysterD on 28 August 2015 - 11:53 PM
Just finished Game Of Thrones: Episode 1. If you're a fan of the HBO show and you like the way TellTale does things w/ their interactive story/movie/novel/game/whatever you want to call it - I'm sure you'll really dig it. Just, make sure you've boned-up on your GOT knowledge b/c it takes place in the midst of one of the show's TV seasons and just throws you right into the fray, hoping you're a fan of the TV show.
To be specific - Telltale's GOT Ep 1 here starts right around the events of The Red Wedding.
With taking the things that come w/ a TellTale game with gripping moments; plot twists; excellent story-telling + voice-acting (with some voice-overs from characters on the show); and decisions that will shape the actual journey of the game - looks like TellTale has done it again.
If you don't like Telltale's stuff - I don't think this game will change your mind on their type of games.
If you do like TellTale's stuff & like GOT...
Posted by MysterD on 28 August 2015 - 08:46 PM
Posted by MysterD on 28 August 2015 - 07:12 PM
eh, whatevs. rather wait for it to be good than play a shitty bug filled game early.
That's one reason.
I also bet they probably don't want XCOM 2 to come out in November when Fallout 4, new AC, and new COD are coming out.
Maybe by Feb 2016, gamers might be ready to give FO4 a break.
Posted by MysterD on 28 August 2015 - 04:57 PM
For the most part, seems accurate.
A few things to mention:
Actually, I bought Van Helsing 3 at 50% off...namely for TFC.
Recently, I purchased Might and Magic Weekly HB's top tier. I very rarely buy top tier.
I even bought Life Is Strange Ep 1 + Season Pass when it wasn't even 75% off - to make Steam-Game 1000 something grand.
Also my 960 is 4GB, which you didn't mention. :P