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  1. Pretty much yes. The main story does have a sense of urgency to it, but there's no concequences to putting it off.
  2. This kinda sums the game up in a nutshell for me. Everything in it is worse than in games dedicated to the specific thing, but compensates by having all the things. Problem with that approach is you risk dissapointing everyone. The GTA crowd feels the world is stale and vehicle handling is crap, the rpg crowd complains about lack of depth in the rpg systems and in meaningful choices. Both of which are valid complaints. For me personally it worked well, I found the game to be greater than the sum of it's parts. I loved the first playthrough I did, but replayability suffers a bit. The story
  3. I agree almost word for word with what was written here. The game really is not as bad as it's made out to be. I enjoyed a fair amount despite it's flaws. Some of the side missions are amazing pieces of storytelling, more so than the main story (although I liked main story as well).
  4. Amazon and Bethesda are making a Fallout TV-series (apologies if it's already been posted): https://bethesda.net/en/article/22Up6o4uyEqTY5S3SdWYqD/kilter-films-teams-with-amazon-studios-to-develop-series-based-on-fallout
  5. Guessing article has been updated since the original post about it. The've since corrected that MTX wasn't mentioned, jsut that they're thinking how to monetize the multiplayer aspect.
  6. I do not know how it is in US, but in EU, you can not patent any programming code, you can patent only product. Because it is impossible to write a code where every single line is different from every other product in existence. And it falls under the "Math cannot be patented" category. (disclaimer: this is based solely on my own nonlawyerish knowledge of the status, the actual laws might be much more complicated and I bet there are some exemption to this. If anyone has deeper knowledge on the EU side of the stuff, feel free to educate me) I think you're correct for EU, but I also
  7. I mean WoD was amazing at launch (content wise, the bugginess of servers is a separate issue), it's post launch it suffered. So WoD 2.0 with proper post launch support sounds amazing to me.
  8. I have the LG 36" version of this and I think it's amazing. So no talking out of anything from me.
  9. I'm playing it in multiplayer and have every night since friday. Friday was off to a rocky start, but once they fixed their servers it went very smoothly. Both yesterday and saturday we had no issues whatsoever with multiplayer. We're not using the direct connect option though, just using steam to connect to each other, so that could be why. I don't really mind the narrator. I believe he's been in their games for a long time. Pretty sure he was in DOS1 and probably The Dragon Knight Saga (which is the only non-DOS game I've played from Larian).
  10. Yeah, I feel you about the legendary issue. We've previously done the whole normal into heroic thing, but we had a stated goal to go mythic this time around, so we started in heroic not to waste time. And heroic was pretty easy as well, at least compared to the WoD raids. I just feel you got to take some responsibility for your own burnout. If you get bored running the same content over and over, just skip the easier modes and focus on where the fun is. I don't do LFR virtually at all, except maybe a run here and there on alts to clear a quest. It just isn't worth it for me. With the c
  11. That's the thing though, you shouldn't run through all the difficulties. They're targeted at different audiences. There is no need to run normal before starting in heroic, you don't even need the gear from there. If you're a heroic raiding guild, start in heroic immediately. Although if you're a heroic raiding guild, normal is easy enough that you can probably blunt force through it in one evening.
  12. Well, Nvidia will release the 1080 ti early next year. Rumors says it'll have performance similar to the current Titan, but at a lower price. It'll still probably cost an arm and a leg. AMD are also releasing their new top of the line cards "Vega" sometime next year. I believe first quarter, but there's no definite date. It's a new architecture, so much harder to speculate on performance there, unfortunately.
  13. It's got some nice components in there for sure. But I think 250gb ssd is a bit on the small side (I know it has a 3gb normal drive, but you want games on the SSD and they can take up some space). I also don't like it only having 16gb of RAM. With a build that high end, it really should have 32gb. Also, that case is hideous... Now that being said, they're not overcharging for the parts by a lot, so it's not a terrible buy from that perspective. They do include some parts that I would leave out (Windows license, optical drive, 3gb normal drive), so it's possible to get the same perf
  14. You definitely should try D:OS. It's the best of the first wave of Kickstarter games. In W3, there is some world reactivity you might miss out on in single player, but even that should be fairly minor. It's probably that you'll miss out on the "What did you do" reaction when your gaming partner does something stupid/unplanned/suicidal. I'm guessing.
  15. I liked Wasteland 2 a lot, so definitely backing this one. For me the multiplayer is a big draw. I loved the Divinity: Original Sin multiplayer style, and this seems inspired by that. So backed at the only tier that gives two games.
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