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  1. PlasticFrogCG liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in Where'd that silly crazy crab go?   
    ...Are you me?
  2. Cyborg-Rox liked a post in a topic by Kadash10 in The Lore of Angry Joe   
    I'm working on a sort of "hidden lore" story of Angry Joe based off of old channel awesome collab vids and his own characters. I'm still working on it but I wanted to put out what I've already done, get some feedback and thoughts. I haven't thought of how to introduce Other Joe yet, and I'm sure I'm forgetting a few of Joe's named characters. Lemme know what you guys think.
     
    _____________________________________________________________________________________________
    The Lore of Angry Joe
     
     
     
    Joe began as a Fable 1 hero, righteous, good, and happy...but when Fable 2 came out, he was unimpressed with his future and rebelled, turning to evil. This evil was recognized in a galaxy far, far away and he was picked up by the Sith of Kotor to be trained in the Dark Side. When he completed his training, Darth Joe set about creating a powerful space station with which he could conquer the galaxy. Before it was completed, however, he met defeat at the hands of Spoony-Wan. Though he swore revenge, a larger threat to the galaxy and beyond appeared.
     
    A friendship of mutual respect had grown between Joe and Linkara, a comic book reviewer who defended his planet using a combination of magic and technology salvaged and repurposed from his many fights with numerous villains, including Spoony’s evil personality, Doctor Insano. Though one was a villain and the other a hero, they found friendship in their values in games and other media, as well as their shared interest in magi-technology. Occasionally Joe would put his secret schemes and evil projects to use by testing them while aiding his friend, serving as anti-hero while he waited for his secret project to be completed. Joe’s secret project, he believed, would allow him to sweep across the galaxy and rule it as his own. This project was a cloning device, a powerful one borne from magi-technology, that could not only give him an army, but grant them new and unique powers allowing them to counter any opponent.
     
    This project was nearly complete when Lord Vyce attacked. Both Linkara and Joe had noticed the multiverse becoming unstable, and Lord Vyce was assumed to be the cause. His army was far larger than any ever seen, created from scorching and conquering multiple universes. With his sights set on their world next, Linkara asked for aid. It took over a year, but the new Angry Joe Army had formed and was ready to aid Linkara in his war. Joe used his battle station to halt Vyce’s fleet, but it was little more than a small blockade to slow them. While Linkara faced off against Lord Vyce himself, the army’s elites sneaked aboard Vyce’s ship and Joe took control of the vessel. After Vyce was defeated, Joe took first pick of the loot aboard his ship, but gave the ship itself to Linkara while Joe destroyed the rest of Vyce’s army and used it to upgrade his battle station.
     
    With the upgraded technology from Vyce’s army, Joe had the final piece to his puzzle, and began creating his super clones. Unfortunately...this didn’t go well for him. While Joe had slowly become less evil while working with Linkara and the others of the world below, his first clone wasn’t just evil, it embodied all of the things Joe himself believed to be evil traits, particularly concerning video games and the ways they make money. He wrecked the station and fled, along with the plans for the cloning machine. This failed attempt was a wake up call for Joe. The evil behavior of his clone showed him how much he had changed, and so, Angry Joe decided to become a good guy, defending the common gamer from bad games and bad game making practices. He downgraded his cloning machine to produce his old normal Angry Joe soldiers and began using his station as a base for fighting the war against bad games.
     
    Then, Corporate Commander appeared, with an army of corporate clones. He ruled a powerful shadow company that thrived off of the ill gotten profit of bad gaming practices, and had been secretly using his fortune to escalate the War of Used Games, making himself known by hacking the battle station and wiping out a large portion of the 65th fleet on the front lines of Australian gaming, ultimately leading heavy losses for Australian gaming policies.
     
    What followed was a fierce and bloody battle. Corporate attacked hard and fast with Alpha Protocol, only to be pushed back by Risk: Factions. Another powerful strike in Kayne & Lynch 2: Dog Days was countered by Civilization V. Then, Corporate shifted tactics, creating the dreaded Kinect Flagship to lead another powerful attack. The next large scale battle began with Sonic Free Riders, the first game to be rated a 1 by Angry Joe and his army. Corporate decided to attack Joe at his roots, assaulting with Fable III and then a quick followup attack with Mind Jack. Then, the battle took a turn with the release of Magicka, reaching a stalemate with DC Online with it’s equal good and evil becoming a no man’s land.
     
    Corporate Commander believed Joe was near defeat, and all he needed was another big push. And so, using the evil cloning machine, Corporate Commander created an ally, Demon Joe. Unfortunately Demon Joe was...fairly incompetent as a villain, creating Dragon Age II, which only managed to strengthen the No Man’s Land.
     
    This stalemate was finally broken by Corporate’s three pronged attack of Duke Nukem Forever, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows on the Kinect Flagship, and Marvel Vs. Capcom 3, with Demon Joe following close behind, having gained the Red Lantern ring’s power with Green Lantern. Corporate Commander followed this with victory after victory, until Angry Joe surprised Corporate. While Angry Joe held the line with Batman :Arkham City, a new ally attacked Corporate at his very base. Hero Joe led a powerful assault on Corporate Tower, armed with a Legendary new weapon, Skyrim. Corporate was forced to flee his base and the Corporate armies retreated back to the No Man’s Land to dig in their heels. Demon Joe abandoned Corporate and decided to go off on his own, creating his own demonic realm to create poorly made games, only rarely working with the Commander on joint projects in the future.
     
    While Corporate created a new base with funding from EA, his forces began enacting his new evil scheme, pushing forward just a bit too far, then retreating...but not all the way back across No Man’s Land, slowly pushing No Man’s Land further and further with this “Two steps Forward, one step back” policy for bad gaming practices, all the while throwing out red herrings such as SOPA, end game DLC, and of course further bombardments from the Kinect Flagship.
     
    With the relative absence of Corporate Commander and his army making a slow push beneath the layers of distraction tactics, Demon Joe attempted to rise up into the apparent power vacuum. His attacks were small, mostly small enough to be ignored or blamed on Corporate Commander, whom was happy to accept the negative press regardless of its legitimacy. Then, Demon Joe made his move, unleashing his ultimate masterpiece, Ride to Hell Retribution. While a powerful blow, critically damaging Angry Joe himself, his attack ultimately failed and he was banished back into his demonic realm. This victory, however, afforded Corporate the time he needed to complete his own devilish masterpiece.
     
    It began with micro transactions. They had been an old favorite of his for years, but had never been quite so powerful as when they struck against the Mobile market. So, Corporate began a stress test, sending powerful wave after wave of ever more despicable and powerful micro transactions through to find its absolute breaking point. Then, following his old strategy of “Two steps forward, one step back” He introduced them into full priced games, then backed off into free to play and then pushed forward again. Back and forth Corporate went, allowing Angry Joe victory after victory, but surrendering less and less ground until Micro transactions were seen as a common stain on video games, and even good games had them secreted away inside.
     
    Then after another three long years of back and forth, Corporate sprang his trap. He released the insidious Loot Box onto the world, all the while acting as if Loot Boxes were the secret cure to his evil Micro transaction plague, which was growing ever more infectious and insidious. Both evolved off of each other, each new strain of both becoming more fierce, more embedded into the core of their games. The gameplay equivalent to viral warfare, but while both sides were competing, they both belonged to Corporate, attacking the army from all sides.
     
    Even today, three years after the release of the Lootbox plague and the escalation began, both micro transactions and lootboxes continue to infect and destroy...but a cure is being worked on, and while worldwide moral is low, both plagues have been weakening, and the hopeful believe that the end may finally be in sight. Corporate’s stocks have been plummeting, the Lootbox plague is being systematically stamped out, and while we have reached the darkest of the night, light is on the horizon.
     
    The Angry Army is mobilizing...
     
  3. Bedomy liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in So... does anybody here still play GW2?   
    I played it for a couple hundred hours, since it's my friend's favorite game. Was never that invested in it though. Every time I play it, it just gets kind of... boring after a while.
    Might be the MMORPG gameplay I'm just not used to.
  4. fpezy liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in Where can I get this shirt? I need dat shirt.   
    I looked up the stream, and yeah, that's the same shirt C:

  5. Bedomy liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in EA allows the fan-revival of Battle Forge, something stinks here   
    I wouldn't put it past them to do something like that...
  6. Cyborg-Rox liked a post in a topic by Kaz32 in Telltale experienced massive layoffs. Oh no......   
    https://www.theverge.com/2018/9/21/17888162/telltale-games-layoffs-the-walking-dead
     
    And because of that, the upcoming Wolf Among Us season 2 and Stranger Things are unfortunately cancelled. Then again, it's to be expected. After the awesome Tales from the Borderlands, they've been releasing licensed games that has mixed reviews like Batman, Walking Dead Season 3, Guardians of the Galaxy and Minecraft Story mode, and these games quite frankly I don't give a crap about because I know that these are just another Walking Dead with a face lift where your choices doesn't matter in the long run. Where's Monkey Island? Sam and Max? Puzzle Agent?? Actual game titles not based on licensed TV shows/ Movies/ Minecraft with puzzles?_? The unfortunate thing is Wolf Among Us & Walking Dead Season 4 are going to be a sure hit, but unfortunately we won't see Bigby, Snow White and the other guys we like from the first season after this. 
     
    My condolences for all the employees that got laid off. I wish they will go to greener pastures. As for Walking Dead Season 4, I hope it will end in a satisfying way.
  7. Faravahar1200 liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in How I lost my social life to gaming   
    I'm sure a lot of people can relate to this, to various extents. Here I'm going to share the story of my gaming life. If anyone else also have something to share, please post it here, and I'll gladly read through your stories as well!
     

     
    I grew up as a kid doing what pretty much everyone else was doing in the early 2000s. Hung out with friends, all of which I knew from my class, some even from other classes. We visited each other, played (real life) games, hide n seek, and a bunch of other stuff I can't name in English. I like to think I was pretty much a normal kid. Now, I have a big brother, 5 years older than me, huge respect for him and all. So he's got his own computer, and sometimes he'd let me play some games on it. GTA 2, Driver, Worms 2, NFS Hot Pursuit, all that good classic stuff, but I didn't get to play that often.
    So since our parents were divorced and we were living with our mom, we had to move around a lot since she was struggling with income. But funnily enough, we always stayed in the same exact street in town... until around my 4th grade. Then we were moving outside of town, to a farmhouse, with no friends anywhere close to walking distance. At this time, my brother also got himself a better PC. Now we didn't have any of that fancy schmancy interwebs stuff yet, but me and my brother managed to hook up both computers with local play, so we could play together, him on his new PC, me on his old one. Great fun.
    After a while, I started getting really into this. We'd play games like Battlefield 1942, Command & Conquer: Generals, Counter Strike 1.6, Operation Flashpoint. I'd still play outside a bit, with my little sister. Even made a fun little turret nest out of an old treehouse right outside the house there, but more often than not, I'd be playing LAN with my brother.
    When I started in 5th grade, we moved yet again, back to town, though a different part of town I still didn't know anyone around. At this point I was pretty hooked on my brother's old PC. He had the entire basement room to himself now (and yeah, that's just as stereotypical as it sounds), so I could just come in and use that PC whenever I wanted. At this place, my brother would have his friends over pretty often, and I'd often get to play with them as well. At one point, my brother finally managed to set us up with the wonders of the INTERNET... but only on his computer, which I rarely got to use.
    But oooooooohohohoho boyyy... The very first time I got to try it out, to play a game (Live For Speed) online... I got so insanely hooked! It was incredibly fun, interacting with a full server with complete strangers. I loved it, loved it way too much for my own good. But here's the real thing that nailed the coffin of my social life. Next year, we moved. Far away. From everyone. I knew. Even my brother, who stayed behind in his own place for high school.
    This was tough for me. I ended up with social anxiety. The first few weeks I spent all the recesses hiding away behind some school structures and trees, peeling the skin off of tree branches (yes, really). Even months later, all I did was stand alone somewhere. It took a long time to get comfortable in my class. Maybe even years. When I started 8th grade though, there was someone new in class (or well, returning, from before I started). He was really into PC gaming, and we quickly became friends. He lived close to me as well, so I would often visit him, bringing my mom's laptop, and we'd play games together in his room. Games like Roblox, Minecraft, Spiral Knights, and Team Fortress 2. He also had an online friend we voice chatted with.
    So... after living 3-4 years in this place, we moved yet again, back to the same area we were from, though not the same town. This was when I started my 10th grade. Once again I had no friends, no one I knew anywhere close to me. But this time... distance wasn't a problem. At this place I got my very own computer rig, and I got to play with my friend online all the time! Only problem was, it was the only thing I ever did. All the time. I never got to know anyone in my class well enough to want to visit them. And after one year, that was that, because then I started *ghasp* HIGH SCHOOOOooooo.....l. So yeah, once again a giant repeat, new class, no friends... Well, I made 2 friends, but we didn't hang out in our free time, and in my second year, they both took a different class at a different school so... yaaaayyy... no friends...
    Few years pass, we move again, I graduate, I get a job, I move out, buy an apartment, and now I'm sitting here. 
    21 years old, almost a year since I moved. I never go out to do anything, besides buying food, and the occasional family visit. I just stay in my apartment, watching Youtube or Netflix, and gaming with my online group. This is... where I'm at. 
    So yeah... I'm not very good at ending stories. Take from this what you will. Maybe it'll help someone, somehow...
    Don't forget to share your stories as well. Let's band together, in lonely unity!
  8. O0PP34 liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in 7 months....   
    Meanwhile I've been here almost 2 years and I've only had the opportunity to join in on a game of Warframe once...
    feelsbadman.jpg
  9. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in Remember Star Citizen's $18,000 DLC pack?   
    Holy shit I haven't heard about this in ages. This raises a LOT MORE than just eyebrows, that's for fuckin sure!
  10. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in The Channel Awesome Meltdown   
    I'm still not sure how to feel about Doug and Rob. I mean, I've been a big fan of the Nostalgia Critic ever since 2010, I've rewatched all the hundreds of episodes several times throughout the years, and I even bought a signed DVD from the site a couple years ago to commemorate all the fun times the show has given me.
    I guess that still hasn't changed, for me at least. It's been a really fun show, it's taught me a lot about how movies are made, and how they should be judged, and I'm still really glad I've watched it for all these years.
    But of course, knowing all of this changes everything, and nothing comes to mind more than "Never meet your heroes". At first when I looked into this, I was optimistically hoping Doug and Rob had no part in it, staying with the site, as bad as it is, because they love their show too much to let it die or something.
    But that's... a lot of... nasty documented stuff...
  11. Cyborg-Rox liked a post in a topic by Faravahar1200 in How I lost my social life to gaming   
    TO
    Topic maker
     
    Thx for sharing your story hope things be better for you now in this year 
     
    My story is very different ,you could say it is based on players I interact with from different countries in online games like coop or pvp so I will call it my view towards racist players 
    I usually use my second Language English to talk with other gamers whenever I get a chance to play with and it is funny as I am from Iran and my main language it's Farsi I really Find English more easy ha ha ha  ha ha ha ha 
     
    Anyway back to my story whenever I bump into wrong crowd players who are being racist it gets very frustrating and I totally recommend do not even bother to argue,  if you also getting same thing  just  hope you find a good team member to play co up games with and don't forget to file a perfect camplain of players that do that  it really works 100 percent if it done right .
    That's the only issue I get in online gaming
     
    I also find it very odd that sometimes strangers  who want to add me on friend list call me freak or insult me whenever I honestly explain to them that why I am not adding them on friend list they just lose it even I am not insulting and formally explaining why xd 
    like this massage I wrote here
    oh nvm that is private hope you enjoyed my story  
     
     
     
     
     
  12. Faravahar1200 liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in How I lost my social life to gaming   
    I'm sure a lot of people can relate to this, to various extents. Here I'm going to share the story of my gaming life. If anyone else also have something to share, please post it here, and I'll gladly read through your stories as well!
     

     
    I grew up as a kid doing what pretty much everyone else was doing in the early 2000s. Hung out with friends, all of which I knew from my class, some even from other classes. We visited each other, played (real life) games, hide n seek, and a bunch of other stuff I can't name in English. I like to think I was pretty much a normal kid. Now, I have a big brother, 5 years older than me, huge respect for him and all. So he's got his own computer, and sometimes he'd let me play some games on it. GTA 2, Driver, Worms 2, NFS Hot Pursuit, all that good classic stuff, but I didn't get to play that often.
    So since our parents were divorced and we were living with our mom, we had to move around a lot since she was struggling with income. But funnily enough, we always stayed in the same exact street in town... until around my 4th grade. Then we were moving outside of town, to a farmhouse, with no friends anywhere close to walking distance. At this time, my brother also got himself a better PC. Now we didn't have any of that fancy schmancy interwebs stuff yet, but me and my brother managed to hook up both computers with local play, so we could play together, him on his new PC, me on his old one. Great fun.
    After a while, I started getting really into this. We'd play games like Battlefield 1942, Command & Conquer: Generals, Counter Strike 1.6, Operation Flashpoint. I'd still play outside a bit, with my little sister. Even made a fun little turret nest out of an old treehouse right outside the house there, but more often than not, I'd be playing LAN with my brother.
    When I started in 5th grade, we moved yet again, back to town, though a different part of town I still didn't know anyone around. At this point I was pretty hooked on my brother's old PC. He had the entire basement room to himself now (and yeah, that's just as stereotypical as it sounds), so I could just come in and use that PC whenever I wanted. At this place, my brother would have his friends over pretty often, and I'd often get to play with them as well. At one point, my brother finally managed to set us up with the wonders of the INTERNET... but only on his computer, which I rarely got to use.
    But oooooooohohohoho boyyy... The very first time I got to try it out, to play a game (Live For Speed) online... I got so insanely hooked! It was incredibly fun, interacting with a full server with complete strangers. I loved it, loved it way too much for my own good. But here's the real thing that nailed the coffin of my social life. Next year, we moved. Far away. From everyone. I knew. Even my brother, who stayed behind in his own place for high school.
    This was tough for me. I ended up with social anxiety. The first few weeks I spent all the recesses hiding away behind some school structures and trees, peeling the skin off of tree branches (yes, really). Even months later, all I did was stand alone somewhere. It took a long time to get comfortable in my class. Maybe even years. When I started 8th grade though, there was someone new in class (or well, returning, from before I started). He was really into PC gaming, and we quickly became friends. He lived close to me as well, so I would often visit him, bringing my mom's laptop, and we'd play games together in his room. Games like Roblox, Minecraft, Spiral Knights, and Team Fortress 2. He also had an online friend we voice chatted with.
    So... after living 3-4 years in this place, we moved yet again, back to the same area we were from, though not the same town. This was when I started my 10th grade. Once again I had no friends, no one I knew anywhere close to me. But this time... distance wasn't a problem. At this place I got my very own computer rig, and I got to play with my friend online all the time! Only problem was, it was the only thing I ever did. All the time. I never got to know anyone in my class well enough to want to visit them. And after one year, that was that, because then I started *ghasp* HIGH SCHOOOOooooo.....l. So yeah, once again a giant repeat, new class, no friends... Well, I made 2 friends, but we didn't hang out in our free time, and in my second year, they both took a different class at a different school so... yaaaayyy... no friends...
    Few years pass, we move again, I graduate, I get a job, I move out, buy an apartment, and now I'm sitting here. 
    21 years old, almost a year since I moved. I never go out to do anything, besides buying food, and the occasional family visit. I just stay in my apartment, watching Youtube or Netflix, and gaming with my online group. This is... where I'm at. 
    So yeah... I'm not very good at ending stories. Take from this what you will. Maybe it'll help someone, somehow...
    Don't forget to share your stories as well. Let's band together, in lonely unity!
  13. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in Processor Problems (maybe?)   
    Alright, I just played GTAV for 3 hours, and there was hardly any stuttering at all, and when it did, the stutters were very quick and short, so it wasn't really annoying me at all.
    I checked temperature while playing, and the highest I saw was 76 degrees.
    So unless you got something to add, I think I can finally write off this topic as resolved C:
  14. Cyborg-Rox liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in It is done: Disney bought Fox.   
  15. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in Game Awards 2017.   
    Overwatch won Best Ongoing game... Over Warframe... Get outta here!
    Seems like only thing that mattered in these awards were popularity.
  16. Cyborg-Rox liked a post in a topic by Rain in How I lost my social life to gaming   
    My childhood/social life couldn't be destroyed by gaming as they were merely 1 inch pixels connected together for every type of game imaginable. And at the time going outside was still far superior when playing with friends. So when Nintendo came along and arcades got upgraded from wire frames and single pixels to 8bit graphics...the wow factor was there but still overshadowed with the outside world predominantly setting the standard for fun. So each generation of gaming was cool to see but never really made me quit everything just to game. Even when I got my first taste of online gaming with Rainbow 6: Rogue Spear, I managed to balance even though it raised the standard in gaming dramatically.
     
    It's all a mindset, let yourself get immersed and pulled from the real world and that's all it takes. If someone doesn't have that knack or need to socialize out in the world in person it's not a problem or disorder, people were doing that before gaming. For the recent generations they have virtually no chance because as soon as they can grip something parents throw an iPad in their hands because it's less parenting to deal with. School is the best chance to develop the social bug, if it doesn't catch then it's on the person to make the effort after graduating high school. Kind of rambled off topic, but just getting the point across no judgement will come from this community.
  17. Cyborg-Rox liked a post in a topic by Shagger in How I lost my social life to gaming   
    I think moderm gaming is a great social outlet for people who, for one reason or another, struggle with in life social interactions. The protection of an alias online as well was being behind a keyboard or whatever does cause it's problems, but does offer a way to be expressive and confident that many people struggle with in other area. Alot of people think that being socially active only on the internet is a problem, but I disagree. Thats why i like communities like this. I can actully communicate with people I find intersting on topics i want to talk about. Don't think forr one secind your sivially inept man. Not gonny deny that "getting ou there" would be a good thing, but to do so forcibly abd to only feel more uncomfortable wouldn't be worth it.
  18. Cyborg-Rox liked a post in a topic by o ChocolateMilk o in How I lost my social life to gaming   
    mine social was kind of destroyed when i was younger, not from gaming but from my dad working at as cop. once i was around 13, people didnt really want to hang out with me outside of school because they legitimately thought they could get arrested. i was told by this from a quite a few people years after high school,  most likely because they started smoking weed at the time. it really slammed me into depression because i couldn't figure out nobody wanted to hangout with me. it warp my brain until i got my first girlfriend then everything became balanced, normalized. i know i wasn't a weirdo at the time.... well this is what i thought. maybe i was but idk. this is also why i dont use facebook, still salty about people trying to me my friends now. but i still have one so people can have the satisfaction of tagging me in "gamer" stuff.
    i did gain a some what of a social life from gaming. went to gamestop 2014 to buy metal gear rising. 
    kinda went like
    guy that works there: i know you
    me: i know you too from high school (that knew my dad was a cop and was cool with it but never actual talked).
    guy: you like fighting games?
    Me:yes
    guy: meet my other friends that plays fight man games
    me: awesome,  we best friends now 
    guy :yes
    but i learned anyways find a scene in a town you moved to  that shares the same interests. if you can deal with frustration of a fighting games are the easiest easy to find people to hang with. but once i began to go to tournaments i started to gain more friends. 
    also as of right i kind of in the same position because i just started to work 9pm-6am. 
     
    i originally came to this site today remove my full name just encase employers wanted to google my name and look what happen.
  19. Cyborg-Rox liked a post in a topic by Madfinnishgamer38 in How I lost my social life to gaming   
    I haven't lost my social life to gaming. I merely socialize selectively.
  20. PlasticFrogCG liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in What game do you think leaves the worst impact to other games afterward?   
    Half-Life 2: Episode 2.
    Why? Because no single game after that was Episode 3
    i kri
  21. Kaz32 liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in Plains of Eidolon is the greatest Warframe update ever!   
    I've played Warframe for 4 years now, with 3.600 hours total, and I can very much say that the Plains of Eidolon update that launched a week ago, is the single greatest update I've experienced in all that time. For the first time we get to travel to and fully experience an actual civilized colony, and it's bustling with life and detail and there's so much sweet stuff you can obtain in the market. The Plains itself is an absolute incredible change in gameplay, looks absolutely beautiful, and feels very alive with patrols, gunships, wildlife and the bunch.
    There's SO much more to do now as well (something that I desperately needed), doing unique bounty missions for some really sweet rewards, mining new minerals with a freaking laser, and FISHING! TEH FEESH! Fishing is way more fun than it should possibly be as a concept e-e
    And then there's the reworked Focus system, and the super unique and badass Eidolon boss fight! 
    I just... HNNNNNG I LOVE IT!
    I have seen people saying that, despite the Plains being almost instantly available to new players, doing activities in the Plains isn't much rewarding to them until they get further in the game, and yeah, that's kinda true. For new players, the very best they could do is spearfishing to get the modular melee weapons, or the unique quest coupled with the low-level Bounties to get the Gara Warframe. But you know, I don't really think the Plains need to be that rewarding right away. It just provides an incredible gameplay space in this amazing world you're free to explore, something you can always come back to whenever you want, whatever levels you've reached. And I think that's gonna be enough for new players.
     
  22. Kaz32 liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in Destiny 2 review. Kept ya waiting huh? :D   
    Man, I can't wait! This could be the greatest update in the game's history! Might even take Update 14's place as my new favorite update c:
  23. Cyborg-Rox liked a post in a topic by Kaz32 in Destiny 2 review. Kept ya waiting huh? :D   
    Well, we'll have to wait and find out! When I look at the game, it's pretty much a third person shooter Diablo loot game, well, with Mass Effect combat that is. It might work well so fingers crossed it'll be good.
     
     
    Buuuuuuuuut, with all this talk about Destiny and Anthem, aren't we forgetting a little game that's done what those 2 games did, but with no paid dlcs and expansion packs, it has improved ginormouosly since its launch with EXTREME regular content uploads which has an excellent lore & twists in the story, something that Destiny can't even do right, and it's free to play with optional microtransaction?
    There ya go.
     
    Not to mention, the newest update is coming soon, and it'll be glorious.
    I'm gonna wreck shit up in this world with my Archwing + Ash and Volt combo beyatch!!
     
  24. Kaz32 liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in Destiny 2 review. Kept ya waiting huh? :D   
    Yayy, he's back! People can lower their pitchforks now!
    Honestly, I'm actually glad this game turned out like this. Makes me proud to be a Warframe player :3
  25. Laserrifle125 liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in Gordon Ramsay   
    I know you're probably right, but you can't deny the irony levels in that line, lol.