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  2. Game looks awesome. Cool review
  3. I was watching these videos and for any Star Wars fans out there it makes a Lot of sense. I also love the Indoctrination Theory from Mass Effect and this is overall very similar although not the same (I also Strongly disagree that the altered-ending by Bioware stopped the MEIT from being true, which it is true). 2 videos, the first being context and the second being the theory. Check these out and they are very interesting, again if you like Star Wars and are not Too soured by the bad plot and bad producers. Context: Actual Theory:
  4. I would agree that having this out there from a "credible" source would confuse people that do little to no research (which is most people over 35 and do not Need to do it for work or something) and just happen to watch it and, thus, doing it very wrong and possibly suffering negative events such as fires. Nit-picking Every detail =no matter how ridiculous= I would say is just hate-mongering; But the video being Such low quality would have these negative ramifications if these people decided to try this build, and it failing badly for them, is a problem which is also mostly a Social Consensus issue. This being a big issue with social consensus, it really is a Big problem with corporate Editing. Like Who is responsible for the fact-checks in these companies that this type of content is suitable and acceptable or release, if it has such a clear negative impact on the educated community? Fallout 76 is one example, and the Oscars where they announced the wrong film for the award at the end (La La Land... ugh). Everyone needs to realize that even though 1 stupid person releases something, there are Many people responsible for the "farm-to-table" supply chain of these products and 'services', so regardless of his Individual unprofessionalism there are dozens =if not hundreds= of professionals that agreed to its' release and are the real problem. Someone should consider pushing Legislation to prevent companies from releasing bad information from a "credible" source.
  5. Alexandermon here, direct from Longchamps, Buenos Aires, Argentina. I'm a RTS gamer with a particular fascination for Dragon Age Origins, Skyrym and Fallout 4. No matter what games I play, I always come back to those. Actually, I'm playing a few of the best strategy games that I ever encontered, and those are the King's Bounty series. Hope someone else shares my facination for the RTS genre and the strategy genre, specially considering the soon release of Warcraft Reforged.
  6. Love that Corporate Commander talks to EA like he's talking to a girlfriend that left him after a shitty date. XD To quote myself in my comment on my own review with a member, The review's out & he gives it an 8. Time to buy this game if you haven't!
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  8. Completed: Eastshade Platform: PC A relaxing game without any combat, your main goal and quests revolve around painting different things in the environments you explore. Beautiful landscape and good music. It is focused more in areas I wish it wasn't, that being crafting and gaining access to things to explore more rather than the painting side of the game. Your paintings are done automatically just by copying the parts of the area you assign that are in front of you onto your canvas. There are no painting supplies to acquire except for crafting or buying more canvases, no way to change the style of how you paint, and even waiting for another time of day is going to have to be done indoors or after you have found out how to craft and found the parts to make a tent. Quests only require you to find the correct subject it doesn't matter how poorly you capture that subject and portraits of characters is just painting them in whatever awkward looking way many of them are currently standing. A lot of the game is going to spent completing quests (the best ones often being the ones that don't have anything to do with painting) so you can earn money or crafting recipes. Learn how to make a tent, buy a bike, buy a coat so you can stay outside at night, pay a bridge toll, learn how to make a raft and where to get parts to make that raft, or to open up the few other areas in the game. You are going to need to get to those areas to complete your main goal which is to paint four areas loved by your dead mother in memory of her. You gain inspiration by finding new areas, seeing certain events, or reading but these just fills a meter and increases a number to allow you to paint rather than do anything interesting. And the game gives you nothing for finding and painting anything interesting that you find or anything that you personally want to paint or feel like your character should want to paint. If you do paint anything you might just end up out of crafting resources and be out of the way of a place to buy a new canvas and will likely be encouraged to paint over that paining just to capture a subject needed for a quest or commission. You aren't even able to save your paintings in any meaningful way as exporting them will put them in an odd file-path at a very low resolution. It's a nice time spent in a pretty world, interacting some amusing characters. Just wish it not only did away with the gamey "everything wants you dead" but also not focus so heavily on crafting and completing quests for money or progression items and instead gave you ways and reasons to paint in new ways.
  9. We got 2 upcoming superspy movies who attracts the opposite sex, and both come out 1 month apart from each other. This is going to be.... interesting. Well, this film is WAAYYY too late now, but it still looks fun. I wonder what characters here besides Taskmaster will show up in future MCU films. Wow. 3 girls. Actually 4 counting Moneypenny. The question is, will Bond stay to his girl Swann, or will things change & he moves on to one of the other girls? I would love him to just stay with 1 girl for once. Makes it much more interesting to see rather than the usual routine of new girl every new movie. Seeing how this is Daniel Craig's last movie as Bond, anything is possible.
  10. also not to mention that HC TDM just got shat on with all of these night maps which are garbage need to be able to vote on maps again and remove the night maps
  11. They Said a battle pass was coming, here it is
  12. So after the huge 18gb update i now see a battle pass for sale along with guns and operators....this is some straight up BS! I didnt pay to get F'ed over. I thought theres wasnt supposed to be any pay BS within the game but i guess everyone was wrong. this is why i stopped playing COD and went to BF. Looks like im going back to BF F acti-suck
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  14. This Week In Gaming 12-3-2019

    RagnarRox on why Disco Elysium is a role-playing dream come true, Yacht Club Games recounts how the development of Shovel Knight turned into making five games over the course of six additional years, C o n q u e s t o f D r e a d discusses concepts of decolonization and how they affect video and tabletop games, Writing on Games critiques the campaign of Modern Warfare, Quantic Dream ordered to pay former employee over failed security obligations, multiple developers warn about working with Dangen Entertainment, Persona 5 Royal gets a release date, Peter Tieryas interviews the composer of Ghost Trick, Riot pays 10 million in gender discrimination suit, Archipel and Matt Leone interview key developers and businessmen about how the original PlayStation changed video games, Harold Goldberg interviews Hideo Kojima to discuss how his childhood influences his games and wanting to help his audience find connection and relief, and more. Gaming News (Announcements, previews, release dates, interviews and writing on upcoming games, DLC and game updates, company and developer news, country news, tech, mods) 10 lovely-looking indie games to look out for in 2020 To the Moon 3: Impostor Factory announced for PC Crusader Kings 3 will finally add knights, making warfare much more interesting Let's Play Phoenix Point - Part 1 - Tactical Tutorial Let's Play Phoenix Point - Part 2 - Geoscape Tutorial One of the most underrated Metroidvanias on Steam is getting a sequel Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York release gets delayed by one week Life Is Strange 2's final episode is out today Firewatch team’s next game ‘on hold’ as it works on other Valve projects Enhanced and Expanded ‘Persona 5 Royal’ Arrives on March 31, 2020 Starship Troopers gets a survival RTS in 2020 Mike Pondsmith: "If you want to get somebody to see your point of view, don't preach" Q&A: Blizzard Answers Our Biggest Overwatch 2 Questions Earthbreakers is a new FPS from Command and Conquer developers The memes of medieval monks inspired the artwork for this comedic turn-based strategy Snikch confirmed for Total War: Warhammer 2 Shadow and Blade DLC pack – here’s everything it adds The Shadow & The Blade - TOTAL WAR: WARHAMMER 2 DLC Reveal NEW SKAVEN UNITS + REPANSE! Close-Up & Stats Guide | Shadow & The Blade DLC - Total War: Warhammer 2 Square Enix shares more info about Kingdom Hearts 3's Re:Mind DLC (but there's still no release date) Ghost Recon Breakpoint is getting a new loot system next year Euro Truck Simulator 2 DLC trailer is a hypnotic ride through Eastern Europe Rainbow Six Siege adds two new operators in today's Shifting Tides update YouTube lightens up about videogame violence Quantic Dream has been condemned by French Court over still ongoing cases of employees harassments & toxic working conditions Quantic Dream ordered to pay former employee over failed 'security obligations' Riot Games will pay $10 million to settle gender discrimination suit Dangen Entertainment Warning Esports ForZe defeat Tricked, win DreamHack Open Winter CS:GO CS:GO player caught openly cheating by a streamer at DreamHack A Tekken Legend's Visit To Pakistan Is Met With Both Cheers And Drama The Kid From Nowhere Who Won it All... and Gave the Money Away Crowdfunding News (not sharing everything I find, just ones that look interesting, have known talent behind them, and a chance to succeed) A Profound Waste of Time: Issue 2 Former Fire Emblem ROM Hack Becomes Brand New Video Game Path of the Midnight Sun | A dark fantasy jRPG-VN Content I found interesting this week (interviews, recommendations, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) A Video Game Auteur’s Quest for Connection How Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove Went From Minor DLC to a Collection Built to Last The Making of Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment, Part 1: The Plan The Making of Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment, Part 2: Froggy Foreshadowing ACID GAMES Talks: Unlearning - Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Hive Mind (Troy) Ghost Trick Has One Of The Catchiest OSTs On The DS Working for major studios ‘Death Stranding’ imagines the eco-horror of our future dystopia ONCE AGAIN (november review) Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Turns Trauma and Fear into Cheap Tricks Disco Elysium offers a dark mirror to my mid-life crisis “Dick Mullen and the Miracle Plot,” by Chris Breault Disco Elysium is a Role-Playing Dream Come True The Trouble with the Video Game Industry | Philosophy Tube DECOLONISING GAMES - Conquest of Dread Critiquing the Campaign of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) Control taught me to love the ugliest architecture How Link's Awakening Rearranges a Soundtrack What happens when you try to recycle a video game? Super Paper Mario - A Flat Game with a Deep Story | The Completionist Elite Dangerous Review How Riven Makes The Player Feel Isolated - Riven Retrospective Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare... 12 Years Later How the PlayStation changed video games forever Staying up all night and riding in a car trunk: The early days of Tekken A Hidden Masterpiece! - The History of Beyond Good and Evil
  15. RagnarRox on why Disco Elysium is a role-playing dream come true, Yacht Club Games recounts how the development of Shovel Knight turned into making five games over the course of six additional years, C o n q u e s t o f D r e a d discusses concepts of decolonization and how they affect video and tabletop games, Writing on Games critiques the campaign of Modern Warfare, Quantic Dream ordered to pay former employee over failed security obligations, multiple developers warn about working with Dangen Entertainment, Persona 5 Royal gets a release date, Peter Tieryas interviews the composer of Ghost Trick, Riot pays 10 million in gender discrimination suit, Archipel and Matt Leone interview key developers and businessmen about how the original PlayStation changed video games, Harold Goldberg interviews Hideo Kojima discussing how his childhood influences his games and wanting to help his audience find connection and relief, and more. Gaming News (Announcements, previews, release dates, interviews and writing on upcoming games, DLC and game updates, company and developer news, country news, tech, mods) 10 lovely-looking indie games to look out for in 2020 To the Moon 3: Impostor Factory announced for PC Crusader Kings 3 will finally add knights, making warfare much more interesting Let's Play Phoenix Point - Part 1 - Tactical Tutorial Let's Play Phoenix Point - Part 2 - Geoscape Tutorial One of the most underrated Metroidvanias on Steam is getting a sequel Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York release gets delayed by one week Life Is Strange 2's final episode is out today Firewatch team’s next game ‘on hold’ as it works on other Valve projects Enhanced and Expanded ‘Persona 5 Royal’ Arrives on March 31, 2020 Starship Troopers gets a survival RTS in 2020 Mike Pondsmith: "If you want to get somebody to see your point of view, don't preach" Q&A: Blizzard Answers Our Biggest Overwatch 2 Questions Earthbreakers is a new FPS from Command and Conquer developers The memes of medieval monks inspired the artwork for this comedic turn-based strategy Snikch confirmed for Total War: Warhammer 2 Shadow and Blade DLC pack – here’s everything it adds The Shadow & The Blade - TOTAL WAR: WARHAMMER 2 DLC Reveal NEW SKAVEN UNITS + REPANSE! Close-Up & Stats Guide | Shadow & The Blade DLC - Total War: Warhammer 2 Square Enix shares more info about Kingdom Hearts 3's Re:Mind DLC (but there's still no release date) Ghost Recon Breakpoint is getting a new loot system next year Euro Truck Simulator 2 DLC trailer is a hypnotic ride through Eastern Europe Rainbow Six Siege adds two new operators in today's Shifting Tides update YouTube lightens up about videogame violence Quantic Dream has been condemned by French Court over still ongoing cases of employees harassments & toxic working conditions Quantic Dream ordered to pay former employee over failed 'security obligations' Riot Games will pay $10 million to settle gender discrimination suit Dangen Entertainment Warning Esports ForZe defeat Tricked, win DreamHack Open Winter CS:GO CS:GO player caught openly cheating by a streamer at DreamHack A Tekken Legend's Visit To Pakistan Is Met With Both Cheers And Drama The Kid From Nowhere Who Won it All... and Gave the Money Away Crowdfunding News (not sharing everything I find, just ones that look interesting, have known talent behind them, and a chance to succeed) A Profound Waste of Time: Issue 2 Former Fire Emblem ROM Hack Becomes Brand New Video Game Path of the Midnight Sun | A dark fantasy jRPG-VN Content I found interesting this week (interviews, recommendations, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) A Video Game Auteur’s Quest for Connection How Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove Went From Minor DLC to a Collection Built to Last The Making of Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment, Part 1: The Plan The Making of Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment, Part 2: Froggy Foreshadowing ACID GAMES Talks: Unlearning - Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Hive Mind (Troy) Ghost Trick Has One Of The Catchiest OSTs On The DS Working for major studios ‘Death Stranding’ imagines the eco-horror of our future dystopia ONCE AGAIN (november review) Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Turns Trauma and Fear into Cheap Tricks Disco Elysium offers a dark mirror to my mid-life crisis “Dick Mullen and the Miracle Plot,” by Chris Breault Disco Elysium is a Role-Playing Dream Come True The Trouble with the Video Game Industry | Philosophy Tube DECOLONISING GAMES - Conquest of Dread Critiquing the Campaign of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) Control taught me to love the ugliest architecture How Link's Awakening Rearranges a Soundtrack What happens when you try to recycle a video game? Super Paper Mario - A Flat Game with a Deep Story | The Completionist Elite Dangerous Review How Riven Makes The Player Feel Isolated - Riven Retrospective Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare... 12 Years Later How the PlayStation changed video games forever Staying up all night and riding in a car trunk: The early days of Tekken A Hidden Masterpiece! - The History of Beyond Good and Evil
  16. Been a fan of AJ for idk how long. The other day a colleague at my office mentioned this forum, and boy, I'm so glad to be here. Hope to connect with the AJSA community. Thanks and peace!!
  17. Upcoming clicker heroes games.
  18. Cool game! Try playing happy wheels game!
  19. Hell no. There hasn't been a violent games ban since 2013 after they decided to put a new R18+ rating for games since GTA5. Well, Hatred is banned, but that's a good thing because that game ended up sucking hard anyway. The game has been improved over the years compared to the initial release, so that's not surprising to hear. Now total conversion mod that makes the game a lot better? That sounds great! Modders make everything awesome. I believe it's this mod you're talking about. https://www.moddb.com/mods/templargfxs-acm-overhaul
  20. 134) Last of Us Remastered Platform: PS4 Gotta love PSN's sudden discount. Really good deals from it, like getting Last of Us Remastered for just $13 SGD. Still really freaking good after all these years, and it's actually so much better to play the remastered version since it's in 60 fps. THIS is how you do a remaster right, which now that I think about it, is pretty much like the Yakuza games with their recent remasters of 3 - 5, and probably Ishin, 0 & Kiwami too since those 3 are available for PS3 & PS4. Now I'm just even more excited for Part 2. 2020, I'm ready for you! 135) Kyle is Famous Platform: PC Love this game. It's a choose your adventure game where you're a famous interviewer named Kyle & you have to prepare for an upcoming interview with a guest. What you do before then is up to you. Do you want to prepare for the interview like you're supposed to & get the interview without a problem? Do you want to entirely forget to prepare the interview & do stupid things? Do you want to just enjoy your time in your apartment & not wear any clothes when you're doing your interview? Up to you! Best of all, it's a free game.
  21. Do the AU laws prevent Aliens from going on sale? I know you guys are nuts about violent video games over there. To be honest, I've been enjoying it. There are still bugs, but you can fix a lot of them with some ini tweaks and it has a half-way decent campaign. There's also an overhaul mod out there that I haven't tried yet that made a bunch of changes to the game. If you can grab it cheap, I'd actually recommend it.
  22. Completed: SoulCalibur VI Platform: PC Fighting styles and lethal hits give you a lot to learn and make use of for each characters. Some good character customization options but many of them conflict with each other. Poor story, almost all story cutscenes are only done with character images and text boxes with some background images, even for the main story which only gets a few scripted fighting scenes.
  23. Vampyr's pretty awesome. I went through the whole game without sucking any NPCs blood, though I had to kill some of them because of a decision I made that changed an entire district for the worst........... but I still get the best ending anyway! Can't wait for Vampire Masquerade Bloodlines 2, even if the youtube gameplay of this game looks really rough. 132) Red Dead Redemption 2 Platform: PC Since I already played the crap out of the PS4 version & traded that game, I go to the PC version because Black Friday sale for this game is pretty sweet. I pretty much skipped the entire chapter 1 - 6 & go straight to the epilogue thanks to a modder's save file, and best part is he didn't do any sidequests, so I can actually start the REAL game without having to worry about a camp that's going to fall apart in the end. I also can finally play the online mode without needing to buy PS+, and it's.......... such a grind heavy multiplayer. The story missions are fun, but they're too few of them that by the time I get to the last story mission, I thought there's even more story to play, but turns out to get 100% story mission progression, there's a high honor mission set & low honor mission set you have to play. Seeing how I don't want to be an evil player & turning the allignment cost 3 GOLD BARS, I'll pass this one. Hopefully a future update gives more story missions which I am excited to do. I spent days online just to get the 15 gold bar necessary to unlock one of the 3 special jobs, and I choose the bounty hunter profession because that's always fun to do. Why the hell are all the weapons in this game SO DAMN EXPENSIVE?? Also I can't fish unless I reach rank 14, and I can't dual wield pistols unless I reach rank 25, so I had to hunt animals, do free roaming events & do the same stranger quests over and over again until I reach that point. What kind of bullshit is that??? Still, it's the same fun Red Dead 2 so I still have a lot of fun. I like fishing the best because fishes give you the most money after you catch them, especially the big ones. 133) Ice Lakes Platform: PC Speaking of fishing, here's a more traditional fishing game, but in the north pole, or somewhere with a snowy lake that you have to drill. So all you do is prepare your fishing equipments, and then choose a map + mode of play. And then you go to where you want to fish, drill a hole on that frozen lake & fish. Then you just move your fishing rod back and forth until a fish bites, then catch that fish. Simple & it works. Man, fishing in these 2 games reminds me of this one PS1 fishing game I played. I caught that fish a long time ago in the game & I couldn't believe how gigantic it was. That thing could be fried & feed to 10 people!
  24. Game: Vampyr Platform: PC Play Time: 12.8 hrs Man, what an adventure this one was. Vampyr gripped me instantly with its setting and story, which is something that doesn't happen very often. Set in early 20th-century London, you assume the role of Dr. Jonathan Reid, a human-turned-vampire who takes it upon himself to find out what's going on in the city and eventually cleanse it of the vampire epidemic running rampant. The gameplay seems to be a combination of basic hack-and-slash action with some RPG elements, most notably the skill and level-up system. While the combat system is nothing to write home about, it did feel intuitive and forced me to strategize every so often, if relatively rarely. The game's audiovisual department, though, is simply top-notch. The soundtrack in particular complements the game's atmosphere perfectly and has a few stand-out tracks to rival the most popular Final Fantasy tunes. The only major drawback to me is that the engine isn't as well-optimized as it could be, as my framerate dropped well below 60fps in more than a few places, but the game was still plenty playable despite that. Thanks to the anonymous person who gifted me this! Rating: 4 / 5
  25. Yep, I was shocked that 428's songs are THAT damn good. The songs still sticks to my mind even now! Well, time usually does that to previously too expensive gaming consoles. They all get cheaper & everyone will be able to play them eventually. XD These next songs are from a previously only for iPhone rhythm game called Muse Dash, now available for PC & Switch. The songs are so damn catchy Also this next song is from a criminally unknown game called MO: Astray on PC. This game is an awesome platformer with many cool moments & I would love more people to play it.
  26. Actually you don't need a thermal paste applicator to apply a thermal paste. All you gotta do is put just enough in the center of a CPU because it will spread itself evenly to the rest of the CPU after you press a cooler on top of it. Worst part is he didn't even use that applicator ice cream plastic spoon thingy, he just mentioned that thing out of his ass. What that guy did with his thermal paste in the video is...... fucking terrible. That will make the CPU overheat very quickly & that liquid will spread everywhere. That PC will be dead after just a short while, compounded by everything else wrong he did. Also that video I showed was just a funny compilation of some of the youtubers who reacted. If you see their individual videos, they actually go into more detail on what's wrong, like this guy for example. They are mostly PC building youtube channels, so they know what they're talking about. There's a ton more reactions out there, even newbie PC owners think that video is just a troll job. Everyone who knows the basic of PC building agrees that this guy is a dumbass. Worst part is the Verge, aka the one who posted the original video without the reaction, not only removed the video out of shame, but they also issued copyright strikes to the youtubers https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2019/02/the-verge-briefly-censored-youtubers-who-mocked-its-bad-pc-building-advice/ Yeah, these guys are that petty.
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