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  1. Though I don't like that some missions require co-op. What the heck?

    Those are more for "sidekick dude" and not Issac.

     

    If you play as Issac, you're just kinda there for the ride, if you're playing Sidekick Dude - then you get more of his story.

     

    Moderately pointless depending on how much completeness you want.

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    Still skiing the slopes of Skyrim.

     

    Now in full Vampire/Werewolf glory.

     

    Now to finish out the triat as a Wendigo......

     

    I'm kinda curious where Bethesda zigged.... In Morrowind it seemed I was heroic.... now I'm a CW TV Monster.....

     

    I tried a Vampire Lord for a brief moment. I found them to be too ugly for my tastes.

     

     

    Fugly as sin, but tossing people around with that "force pull" power is hilarious. :D

     

    Since I'm doing the hybrid thing, I can see them side by side with Werewolves... I can't decide which is more deadly.

  3. Best known for responding to massive posts with just :darque:

     

     

    Started an Alpha Protocol game.

    :p

     

    That said - I'm debating cutting Skyrim short...... the darn thing keeps locking up on me, and Dark Souls 2 keeps taunting me to hurry up and finish so I can start it instead. :ermm:

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    Beat Dead Space 2 over the weekend. I really liked it. Enough that I'm giving strong consideration to ordering Dead Space 3 despite my worry about how microtransactions might have influenced it.

     

    You can completely ignore the microtransaction aspect. It's a good game, overall.

     

    But how's the atmosphere? I thought DS2 was a nice shooter with horror elements, but it didn't scare me anywhere near the amount the first game did (except that bit where

    you end up back on the Ishimura *shiver*

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    I think the more streamlined combat contributed to that (in DS you sort of had this feeling you were in a heavy suit, so getting jumped from behind was baaaaaaad as you couldn't just spin around UT-style), but maybe knowing (roughly) what was going on also sort of dampened the scare factor.

     

     

    I wouldn't really call Dead Space 3 horror....

     

    More like the transition from horror to action that happened when Alien transitioned to Aliens.

  5. Beat Dead Space 2 over the weekend. I really liked it. Enough that I'm giving strong consideration to ordering Dead Space 3 despite my worry about how microtransactions might have influenced it.

     

     

    You can completely ignore the microtransaction aspect. It's a good game, overall.

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