HS wrote:Should have said ARPG, but same application. It's a fusion FPS.
Are you sure you're not thinking of System Shock 2? Half-Life was 100% FPS with no RPG elements.
jester wrote:I am really fucking excited for Evolve.
In reference to Salo hurting himself playing whiffleball.SopelFan wrote:This is up there on his on his list of 40 injuries with the snake bite and the busted nut.
RTWAP wrote:I've played a couple hours. Seems good so far.
IcE ColD wrote:I've read a couple reviews, and I definitely agree with those who say that this game is first and foremost for the nostalgic isometric RPG fans.
RTWAP wrote:I missed out on those original games. I tried them a couple years back but the crappy graphics and incredibly bad controls and UI ruined it for me. So this is my chance to see how those would have felt if I'd played them with 1999 expectations.
IcE ColD wrote:[fanboy]There's a "Planescape: Torment" version on GOG.com (or they might be included, can't remember), that links you to mods that are taking care of the UI/screen resolution issues. Of course, the graphics and controls didn't age very well, but it's still an awesome game (although I very biased in this comment). One of the few RPGs that you can finish with a minimum of fighting (high Charisma and Intellect will make you silver-tongued).
Otherwise, if you find enjoyment in PoE, there's also "Tides of Numenera", another Kickstarter game - already fully funded - that is in the making right now by inXile Entertainment. Part of the team developing it was on the team who developed "Planescape: Torment" and they deemed ToN to be the spiritual successor of P:T[/fanboy]
HS wrote:Still playing Battlefield 4.
You don't know hatred until someone threatens you:
19nazzy wrote:MGS V is fantastic.
vf wrote:Cities: Skylines is fantastic for anybody feeling nostalgic about Sim City.
[SIZE="1"]Bring us your idiots, your hussies, your blue and your dreamy. Your steady, your huddled, your fisted and creamy. Your villains, your filthy, your cunts and your meese. Your carpenters and fishers and pastors and beasts. Your rednecks, your Safas, your trolls and your Brits. And like all good sailors, we like us some tits.[/size]
Zardoz wrote:vf wrote:Cities: Skylines is fantastic for anybody feeling nostalgic about Sim City.
I was really excited about this, but every computer I own is out of date for the minimum requirements... Sad.
HS wrote:Fallout 4 is coming out soon. I'm pretty excited about it. November 10th.
NyQuil wrote:Is it another one of these Vault dwellers leaves the Vault premises? I get that it works, because as the player, you don't know anything about your environment. It's a bit repetitive though.
senate wrote:The premise is that the protagonist is a pre-war civilian that went into the Vault and somehow emerges hundreds of years later. If you remember the quest in Fallout 3 involving the Commonwealth (where Fallout 4 happens) you can guess the possible twist they might do to your character.
IcE ColD wrote:I'm still a couple months from buying it anyways. I no longer buy games at full price (80$ lol).
I am currently enjoying my 5.49$ Fallout 3 GOTY edition, I can wait a couple months before experiencing Fallout 4.
And still be a fag by your standards.
Edit: I'm also a gayboi, apparently, so eh
IcE ColD wrote:Btw, even if I don't plan on buying it this year, I still want either or both of you to post a fucking review over here.
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