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  1. DemonsColt liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in Resident Evil 7 Biohazard game review. Old school return, and it's FUCKING AWESOME!!   
    Since I was kinda hyped for the game, but my PC is dead for 10-15 days more, I decided I would watch some gameplay so I found a 5h long full game upload and I was like "What, 5h only?"
     
    It turned out also that the guy who played was really bad, died several times and was horrible at aiming. He played on Xbox so I don't know, but from what I seen there, holy shit, so many things were really low res like this

     
    And that's just one thing. 
     
     
    I ended up watching all 5 hours lmao and tbh I gotta say, I expected more. The story seemed okay and I'm pretty bad at predicting, but I predicted quite a few things in this game. I've watched too many horror films and it all just was too familiar.
     
    Maybe I just expected the game to be different. I liked a lot of things about it, but lots of things just didn't really seem too special. The graphics looked OKAY on Xbox (i cant say if its same on all platforms), but many things looked ugly as fuck with low-res textures. 
     
    Graphics aside which aren't too important for me, I'm puzzled how you played it for almost 10h. The guy I watched was pretty damn bad and slow and spent a lot of time exploring each room and still finished the game in about 5h, slightly more. 
     
    One thing I liked about it is that the atmosphere was definitely pretty creepy, but that's about it. I would like to give the game a try, but I'm pretty much the type of person who can experience a game pretty well by watching it. I don't think playing it would be more fun. 
     
     
    I don't know if the fact I never played any other RE game other than the first ones on console has impact on my perspective of this game, but it really shouldn't. (i think)
     
  2. Apex Spartan liked a post in a topic by Shagger in Why No Man's Sky doesn't suck (as much as you think)   
    I'm so sick of people using the "it was a team of twelve people" excuse. As a consumer, it was the equivalent of $60, so to compare it to other games from AAA Dev's that also sold at $60 is totally justified. I find it amazing that nae-sayers point to Skyrim when the launch game had fairly few problems at launch, when the PC port of No Man's Sky was beyond broken.
     
    That's not even the biggest problem. The game is BORING! What is the point in creating such a vast universe to explore when there is nothing to do except mine for materials in it. And that's without the wave of false advertising and lies about what the game had to offer to boot.
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    Guest liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in Why No Man's Sky doesn't suck (as much as you think)   
    I'll never change my mind about NMS.
     
    It's a classical example of overhyped features and gameplay that never made it into the game. There is tons of proof out there, it's not a place for debate. When Hello Games were called out on it, they went silent for months. Yes, they released update which they worked on in peace and it was good, but nowhere near what was still promised and shown.
     
    All the slack and hate they got is justified.  While NMS is a good game, but it was an indie game hyped up to AAA levels, features that weren't there. If it was released and marketed properly to it's level, it would of been good. Also full triple A price. 
     
    There is no point comparing it to Skyrim (IMO), because Skyrim was a AAA game and it was mostly advertised to it's level it deserved. You liked it or you didn't.
    You didn't look at the gameplay and graphics and yelled:
    -FAKE
    -FAKE
    -FAKE
    -FAKE
    -FAKE
     
    It was all there, mostly as advertised and it was overall a good RPG that won GOTY for a reason.
     
    NMS is a good game you can enjoy and it's a fun game nonetheless, but what the developers did was a massive prank on massive triple A scale and priced it fully and when released: game was utter garbage COMPARED to what was shown.
    People have the right to be disappointed. 
     
    This is not like OW, which at start had shallow content, but you knew what you were buying: A ONLINE FPS WITH THIS AND THAT CONTENT! 
    Before you buy it, you knew what you get. All the free betas before it were released, people knew what the game is like and they knew what was gonna be on release. If you buy it and then whine, it's your FAULT! 
     
     
    That's the problem with NMS. Not the game, but what was promised.
     
    If people like the game, it's completely fine, but there is nothing to forgive and never forget what it was advertised as.
     
     
    TLDR: NMS was advertised as 2nd coming of Jesus and ended up being a man pretending to be Jesus and when he tried to walk on water, he fucking drowned.
     
    I know I'm a little harsh, but yeah.
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    Guest liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in Why No Man's Sky doesn't suck (as much as you think)   
    I'll never change my mind about NMS.
     
    It's a classical example of overhyped features and gameplay that never made it into the game. There is tons of proof out there, it's not a place for debate. When Hello Games were called out on it, they went silent for months. Yes, they released update which they worked on in peace and it was good, but nowhere near what was still promised and shown.
     
    All the slack and hate they got is justified.  While NMS is a good game, but it was an indie game hyped up to AAA levels, features that weren't there. If it was released and marketed properly to it's level, it would of been good. Also full triple A price. 
     
    There is no point comparing it to Skyrim (IMO), because Skyrim was a AAA game and it was mostly advertised to it's level it deserved. You liked it or you didn't.
    You didn't look at the gameplay and graphics and yelled:
    -FAKE
    -FAKE
    -FAKE
    -FAKE
    -FAKE
     
    It was all there, mostly as advertised and it was overall a good RPG that won GOTY for a reason.
     
    NMS is a good game you can enjoy and it's a fun game nonetheless, but what the developers did was a massive prank on massive triple A scale and priced it fully and when released: game was utter garbage COMPARED to what was shown.
    People have the right to be disappointed. 
     
    This is not like OW, which at start had shallow content, but you knew what you were buying: A ONLINE FPS WITH THIS AND THAT CONTENT! 
    Before you buy it, you knew what you get. All the free betas before it were released, people knew what the game is like and they knew what was gonna be on release. If you buy it and then whine, it's your FAULT! 
     
     
    That's the problem with NMS. Not the game, but what was promised.
     
    If people like the game, it's completely fine, but there is nothing to forgive and never forget what it was advertised as.
     
     
    TLDR: NMS was advertised as 2nd coming of Jesus and ended up being a man pretending to be Jesus and when he tried to walk on water, he fucking drowned.
     
    I know I'm a little harsh, but yeah.
  5. Apex Spartan liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in AJ and Zelda stuff   
    I really don't have the time to be watching some raging nerd unironically surrounded by toys while he screams in a poorly framed vlog about the appearance of other Youtubers hair while trying to be hardcore by saying fuck and triggered a lot. This is bottom of the barrel reactionary garbage that gives YTers their bad name, Alpha Omega Sin or response video quality. Though, I wouldn't say it's clickbait because I've seen enough YTers who are awful people to believe that the guy is probably really like that all the time.
    Likely nothing. Joe tends to have strong emotional reactions to things, and was upset after having his video claimed multiple times, pretty much the same thing he has said about Nintendo in the past. I doubt he would sue them with the amount of time, money, and stress it would likely cause. Not even sure if he will end up reviewing their games (it would be nice actually see some YTers that bring up the bad practices of companies actually take a stand to boycott or not cover them at all while supporting better companies), but with Joe we likely won't know what he plans to do until he actually does it.
  6. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in AJ and Zelda stuff   
    FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING
     
    His every 2nd or 3rd word is FUCKING!
    I guess he is trying to get into the street roleplay with his WU-TANG shirt
     
     
    I got to 3-4min when he started saying how Joe is 30 and has his hair slicked behind - like, kid, if you wanna make a normal video, don't go on personal insults or talk about how other people like to make their hair. Him being 30 has nothing to do with fucking hairstyles. 
    The guy's hair looks like someone pissed on it and then he just slicked it over his forehead and didn't wash it for days. (now it's not nice I said that, but should get my point across)
     
     
    You have fanboys and then you have these idiots hating on everything and trying to get attention like their opinion is more worth than Joe's or anyone else's for that matter, while throwing "hardcore language" and throwing their worthless opinions on someone's looks.
    Also if he is so triggered by AJ's videos and what AJ is doing with his channel so that he needs to make a video about it then - idk man...what are your priorities in life?
     
     
    In some ways he is right and in some ways he is wrong. Joe got a lot of shit with Nintendo even when he shouldn't have had any trouble and he really got burned over a lot with Nintendo and I can understand his frustrations. The guy could of  talked about it normally, except he was being a huge asshole over how he presented the video.
  7. Rojo_The_Great liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in Do you think fallout 3 is bad?   
    IMO it was a good game, but it just wasn't a good Fallout game.
     
    I wanna talk about one thing in that video tho: Waypoints to quests.
    While in Fallout 1 and 2 you had to reach a quest by listening to what people tell you and the directions they give you, but when you think about it, it's easier in those games. Towns are a little bit smaller there. The game is top  down view so it's easier to see the map, streets and buildings and it's all less cluttered. There is no huge trees or vehicles or buildings that will block your view. If Fallout NV, 3 or 4 a guy gives you a quest and says, "Go to Boston Public Library and return this", how the hell would you find it without a waypoint? It would take FOREVER, unless that quest giver is CLOSE to the quest iself and then says, "go here, take this street left" and bla bla.
     
    But if the quest giver is further away from the actual quest, it would be very hard for people to find quests without any compass help on the map through all the clutter, buildings, tunnels etc, unless near every quest had some kind of "marker", a unique landscape or man made object and the questgiver says, "I need to you kill this bandit. You will find him south of here, near a town called Sommerville. You will see a huge bunker on a hill outside the town, that's where he hides", that's fine and that would be fun, but now the challange is to FIND Sommerville. One way to do it would be like older Fallout games: Mark Sommerville on the map, but don't mark the tunnel. So I suppose it's do-able, but when you think about it, it's still harder in modern games due to extra detail in the world.
     
    I think one cool way Bethesda could of done that is, if you have to find someone or something in entire Boston, that instead of giving you a marker that pinpoints that location, it gives a circle that marks a smaller or bigger area and INSIDE that circle somewhere, is that quest location. It would still make people explore a little bit and it would be more fun.
     
     
    I do still enjoy Fallout 4, I didn't really like Fallout 3 and Fallout NV was probably my favorite, since it still had lots of connections to old Fallouts and it felt more lore-closer than Bethesda's.
    I LOVE reputation/karmas in games, specially if it's done well. Fallout 2 did it really well for example. It wasn't about killing a town that made you bad, it was usually in the little things that would bring little reputation. Reputation was in the quests, it was in the way you handle the dialogue, it was also randomly in the world. The decisions you did anywhere, could impact your karma on a small to major scale, depending on what you did. 
    In Fallout 2, if you go kill entire town, you will instantly gain HUGE negative karma, the town will hate you and even your general reputation in the wasteland will be known to be a sick psychopath. The karma and reputation there worked slowly, more towns that you are good in, the more your reputation in general grows across the wasteland. People give you discounts. If you are bad, then criminal caravans and smugglers could give you discounts and could like you. Like being bad wasn't a BAD thing, it just made you bad, but didn't necessarily make the game harder so just because you are bad, everyone shoots you. People would just legit treat you different and that was awesome. Fallout 3 and 4 completely destroyed that and just made you go on path: Be a hero, be good.
    And you weren't just bad for killing, you were bad for the choices in the story and quests. If you do all quests and help people only for money, your reputation won't climb fast. The person you do the quest for, for money, won't treat you the same unlike if you did it for free, out of heart. It's these little things that made the reputation great.
    He said it himself, Fallout 3 is basically be a normal good guy or just kill everything. There is no moral, there is no thinking. The only thing that makes you "bad" in the game, is the killing. No shit, Sherlock.
     
    Also the lack of finishing quests in multiple ways is completely gone. Fallout 4 for example is nothing but a MMORPG. You do quests to kill time and grind XP, not for the sake of having fun or making harder choices or finding DIFFERENT ways to finish the quest. Nah, it's go here, do that, come back and I give you money and game rewards you with XP. Tadaaa!
    There is just no rewards...all rewards are for you personally. There is also no game changing world impact that you see after quests. Dialogues are always the same. If you help people or do things in previous Fallouts, people will talk about it, people will treat you like that...there was CONSEQUENCE. In today's Fallout games, everything is fuckin' generic. It's ALWAYS the same.
     
    And I won't even mention the dialogue.  I think even people who haven't played previous Fallouts know how fuckin' bad dialogue is in Fallout 4, SPECIALLY, in Fallout 4. Four damn choices, that's all. The only reason I enjoy Fallout 4 is the "sandbox" system, the exploring, the artstyle in some things and the combat, but that's about it. I don't enjoy doing quests, I don't enjoy my character and I can't feel the ROLE PLAYING that I'm supposed to feel. 7/10 game, 5/10 Fallout game.
     
    Also one of the things that's completely gone is the just the RANDOM things you could do...
    1. Fallout 2 had a city called New Reno and there was a boxing tournaments there. You could sign up, box people and before you do, you pick a name for yourself, like a nickname, there was like 50 of them. If you become a champion, you gain reputation in the city. People commented it.
    2. You could earn easy money filming freaking PORN!
    3. In the same city, there were mobsters, different families. You could work for any of them or you could destroy them all and gain reputation as a good guy, or work for them and gain reputation as a mobster.
    4. AGAIN in the same town there was this hilarious thing I did. I sneaked in a casino and came to the 2nd floor and there I met this woman locked in a room. I entered in and she was like "Wow who are you?" bla bla and after normal talking, she offers you to sleep with her because her husband mistreated her, he is a gangster, probably screws other women bla bla and so I did. HOLY CRAP, worst day of my life. As I walked out of the room, the guards start saying "What the fuck were you doing in Miss Whateverthename's room, you piece of shit?" Aaaaand, I was fucked.
    5. In the SAME city, if you park your car, you could hire some fool for 10 caps to watch over it. If you don't or even if you do, there is a chance someone steals it and you have to find the car. How you find it, is up to you.
    6. In a town called GECKO, you could go into a random reactor room, go to a computer and as you hack it, you find some weird connection signal to a fuel RIG out there in the Atlantic. You can contact it if you know how to and VOILA: You contact the US Goverment aka Enclave and you can troll them.
    7. When you have a quest to steal Vertibird plans from Enclave base, you have SEVERAL ways to infilitrate the base. Through a hidden hole/tunnel, you can go on the front gate and if your speech is high enough, you can say you are a new recruit or you can talk to a "spy" outside the base who can get you in the base.
    8. In a city called Vault City, which had strict access for wastelanders, you had SEVERAL ways to get in. Either buying a ticket that grants you access into the city until from 7am-6pm or something and you had limited access meaning you couldn't use shops OR you could gain that ticket for free if you do some investigation, like finding out that the guy who gives out this tickets, offers you FAKE papers he falsified and you can use that chance to report him to security, who will grant you a free ticket. Or you can blackmail the guy to give you the papers AND money to keep your silence and even then, you could still report him. Like...GAMES were so rewarding if you just explored the dialgoue and everything.
    . Often you find interesting characters for interaction that you don't expect you can interact with.
     
     
    And there is other 100 things like random  things in these games that are so fun, but fuck it, NONE of that is in new Fallouts almost. All quests are generic, there is nothing in the wasteland like fighting tournaments that could win you glory and reputation...LEGIT, NOTHING! Play quests, all have same endings and fuck yourself.
     
     
     
  8. Rojo_The_Great liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in What Is Your Favorite Fallout 4 Sidequest?   
    Fallout 4 didn't leave me much of an impact with it's sidequests since Mister Settlement always had another settlement for me to save....
     
    Nah just kiddin', but it's more because it didn't have that many memorable memories. 
    I liked the one with the chinese submarine off the coast you go to and the kid says it's a monster peeking out of the water - I was very tempted to find out what it was and the story behind it was pretty good. 
     
    Honestly, I found Fallout 4 was more memorable in ways like finding some creepy/sad event that happened before or after the nukes fell. Like if you go out to the sea and you find like a floating platform made of junk and on it was a family and because of lack of food and stuff, the husband killed is wife, then the child and himself. It's all written on a note and then there is many such things. Or like when you find that house in middle of nowhere close to a power pylon and you find that ghoul in the basement. If you read his computer notes, you will see how he thought that the power pylon was part of a government project to control minds lol
     
    I thought those little things were a lot more funnier, sad and creepy than the actual sidequests. 
     
     
  9. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in Discord speech channels   
    Put it up this way. 
     
    On AJSA Teamspeak the situation was like this: 
    There were many, many rooms on the server. 
    Battlefield 4
    Guild Wars 2
    ArcheAge
    Star Wars the MMO (I think this was there)
    Counter Strike:GO
    League of Legends
    DOTA2
    Planetside2
    SMITE
     
    And so on and so on. It's a pretty long list. Now what do you think the problem was? The problem was that 90% of these games were pretty inactive without officers or people to lead or people eventually got bored and left. That means nobody plays anymore and that means empty rooms on servers. Trust me, nobody wanted to join those rooms or play because they were rooms for specific game. The interest for the games disappeared, so naturally, the interest to join the rooms disappeared too. It's that simple.
     
    In the end what was left was many empty rooms and one big TS3 server to scroll across that was empty. So why not save some space, makes things tidy and remove inactive rooms like we have now on Discord? Having ROOMS for games won't boost up interest. If you are playing a game that's now on AJSA's list or active in AJSA, you go to the Gaming1,2,3 rooms which are enough. If enough interest boosts up and enough players from AJSA play, you can then request a room for that specific game from a commander or council member maybe.
     
     
  10. Apex Spartan liked a post in a topic by Crazycrab in Discord speech channels   
    On Teamspeak 90% of those channels were completely empty 90% of the time.  Discord is much more social in that you can make a post in general asking anyone if they want to play, join one of the voice channels and away you go, you don't need a specific channel for every game.
     
    It's part of the reason why I:
     
    A:  Prefer Discord so mutch more (There is other reasons I hate Teamspeak but they are not relevant for this particular topic).
     
    B: Discord is better for a community like this.
  11. Apex Spartan liked a post in a topic by Seirex in How will Fallout 4 effect the next Elder Scrolls?   
    Enter the modding community, were anything and everything can happen. Hell if they can put Thomas the Train in Skyrim they can do anything j/k
     
    I agree, but there is a struggle going on were there are people want the games to be all graphics and be directed by a Michael Bay fan boy or your games to have more substance. Unfortunately we are at the whim of what sells. Explosions and Sky-Beams sell.
    Look at your fellow gamer and tell them to demand more of there games, and if enough people make there money heard the games will change.
  12. Apex Spartan liked a post in a topic by Seirex in Star Citizen news and weekly shows   
    Sorry your original post became a Star Citizen war zone. I always like hearing about what's happening in the realm of SC.
    I am upset the game is still in alpha and I don't feel comfortable with how much money has been spent on development. I do wonder if the game will ever be released? Why does it feel like the game is being ran by corporate commander?
    Despite my reservations it's good to know what the game is doing. I really hope they finish it soon. I was excited about this game since I first heard about it, my interest is going away over time because of what I mentioned above, but it's not gone yet. 
  13. Seirex liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in Can Joe please edit or redo one of his older reviews?   
    I totally agree with this. The game is nothing like the launch, but there are MANY updated reviews out there for ESO, but Joe just can't make it.
    He barely has any time for new highly expected games, so I doubt he can really spend time to re-review ESO or any older title.
  14. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in Star Citizen news and weekly shows   
    I hate to be the party pooper or judge a game before it's release, but fucking hell...
     
    I wonder if I shit out a billion bucks out of my ass and gave it to these guys, I wonder if it would be enough to fucking finish this game already?
    This game is either gonna  be literal godly when it comes out or it will never be finished. I doubt it's gonna come out and be bad, I rather think it just won't be finished. 
  15. Seirex liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in What's up with Vulkan?   
    Last few months, the stuff AMD announced might mean 2017 is a strong for AMD. AMD has a good chance now to fight back. If AMD doesn't rise in competition, we will also be getting mediocre products from NVIDIA and Intel. Just look at Intel's CPUs lately, they haven't really done anything. With AMD Ryzen among few GPUs that are coming or got announced, it might be a good year for AMD and it might sweat NVIDIA and Intel to kick it up. 
     
    NVIDIA has been doing okay, but Intel - meh, their CPUs lately haven't really blown anyone.
  16. Apex Spartan liked a post in a topic by Seirex in How will Fallout 4 effect the next Elder Scrolls?   
    Well when ever it gets announced it will be cool to see the innovation they poor into it, just look at the leap from oblivion to Skyrim. I hope they do take a leap back in time and do the Akaviri
  17. Seirex liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in What's up with Vulkan?   
    It's a low level API. API handles all the textures, filtering, lighting and all/most of the visuals and Vulkan enhances everything that today's GPUs can do and to give better performance. It is like OpenGL, except OpenGL is a higher level API than Vulkan. Vulkan is open source so it gives full control to devs to optimize and do other stuff with, but it also requires more work. 
     
    There is a lot to discuss and compare to OpenGL and DX12 and so on, but one of the reasons Vulkan "quiet down" is not many games have yet used it so far. DOOM is one of the first big games to use Vulkan on high successful levels and give really good performance, but it also depends on what GPUs, because some GPUs, specially few NVIDIA ones don't support it. So often benchmarks vary from GPU to GPU, but most of them have had high success. 
     
     
    So in a nutshell, Vulkan gives devs more access to PC hardware  in order to boost performance and other things. Overall it's a good thing, but devs need to work more with it and Vulkan does have decent competition. 
     
     
    To answer your question is it easier to work with - hmm, I wouldn't know because I don't know the details of how it works, but I heard that using it right to give better performance does require actually more work, so I assume it's a little trickier  to work with. It's not yet in "everything", it all depends on the developers and if they wanna use it. 
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    Guest liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in Can my laptop run it?   
    Demos are there to test game perfomances and things in general, so if the demo works, it should work in general, there is really no difference. Besides, Undertale is a simple game and not demanding, so you should be good. 
  19. cool breeze liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in COD Infinite Warfare...why the hate??   
    The big hate about it lately came because of competition as well. Many got tired of same settings  that COD keeps repeating with the futuristic stuff and not listening to their fans for years. This wasn't just about milking the series, it was just that - ignoring your fanbase. 
     
    Being in direct competition: I would say Battlefield 1 hit hard in that aspect when they announced BF1 in historic setting because it was demanded for a few years and they delivered. I don't think it had any direct impact with COD hate, but it had some influence for sure. Then as Crabs said, it had a lot to do with how Remastered was marketed and sold.
    It was just a fucked up bunch of marketing and design decisions. 
     
    I'm not a fan of the series.  I used to love it, COD: MW, MW2 and first BO, but after that, it just got same and same for me. MP and SP were all crap. IW wasn't that bad with SP imo, but they ruined the MP a lot with the microtransactions, horrible PC launch and further.  
    Hated or not, money is there so don't be surprised, if another one comes. I always have the saying: if you truly enjoy it, buy it and play it and if you don't, stay the fuck away and don't stick your nose in it or complain that you don't like it.
  20. Apex Spartan liked a post in a topic by nickyzhere in In your opinion: Should I buy the Fallout 4 Season Pass?   
    That's a good point about having the DLC to further the mod support. I think I'll just get the DLC now so that I can play the "full" game to start off with. 
    P.S. I'm excited to be back. Hopefully, I can be of some help among the forums again. I really miss being a mod lol.
  21. nickyzhere liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in In your opinion: Should I buy the Fallout 4 Season Pass?   
    Hmmm, I never buy extra stuff until I play it.
     
     
    I mean I can tell you for me it was pretty worth it, but you didn't even play the game so you might just waste money. It mean it's a good amount of content, all 3 major DLCs alone add like around 50h of gameplay easily I think, if you do most of the content, but question is: would you like the DLCs?
    I found it personally worth it and fun, plus it adds further mod-support by owning DLC content. I spent lots of time playing the game just roaming and modding so for me it was worth.
     
     
    PS good to have you back man. Hope you stay around!
  22. Apex Spartan liked a post in a topic by nickyzhere in In your opinion: Should I buy the Fallout 4 Season Pass?   
    I know! I've been busy with school and a crappy laptop, but I recently got a really nice one for a decent price so I'll be on it a lot lol.
     
    Well, the problem is that I haven't played the game yet. I just got it today, but I can't play it because my laptop can't exactly handle the game lol. I need to dig my rig out of the place where I'm holding it so I can start playing stuff again (hopefully more stuff with you guys again). The reason I'm asking is because I wanted to know if it added enough to the game to see if it's even worth getting. It's like $28 on G2A, so I'm not exactly getting it for any less anywhere else. 
  23. nickyzhere liked a post in a topic by Apex Spartan in In your opinion: Should I buy the Fallout 4 Season Pass?   
    Yo man long time no see
     
    Idk, depends. Did you play or like the vanilla game? If you did, honestly, Far Harbor itself is pretty good, The Robot one (forgot the name) is decent as well, it's got new items and shit and adds some quests and the robot building can be fun and the last DLC is good if you like playing raiders. It's a bit grindy at the start, but overall not that bad. I haven't really tested the Vault one so I can't comment since I'm not really interested in building a vault. 
     
    30 dollars is kind of the final limit and I would only get it if you like the vanilla game and plan to put some time into the game. Far Harbor is definently good and my favorite and the Robot one, just for the fun. The final DLC is fun if you wanna play a Raider or just screw around. The other little DLCs that only include stuff for the Workshop aren't worthy that much since all that can be retrieved with mods alone. 
     
    I would honestly get it if I was hooked into the game, but if you aren't, then don't.
  24. Apex Spartan liked a post in a topic by Alexander452 in Any Free MMOs out that`s worth the download?   
    Depends on what you're looking for
    I can give you recommendations from personal experience at least

    Rift is basically more or less a F2P version of WoW in the gameplay aspects 
    http://www.trionworlds.com/rift/en/
    Tera is a more combat oriented MMO out there
    https://en.tera.gameforge.com/landingpage/freetoplay?kid=a-60907-02220-1410-b35071f4
     
    Riders of Icarus is an MMORPG with focus on arial pet combat
    http://icarus.nexon.net/en/microsite/rangers
     
    World Of Tanks, World of Warplanes, and World of warships are all mmo's made by wargaming
    http://eu.wargaming.net/
     
    If you're looking for a more "realistic" approach, Warthunder is also an option
    http://warthunder.com/dk/registration?r=SEM_AW3574925728_KW000015737&gclid=CMCmgZCenNECFdS4GwodUvUC-w


    Warframe is quite a good hack and slash shooter although grindy in the long run 
    https://warframe.com/landing
     
    Paladins is your poor mans overwatch
    https://www.paladins.com/
     
    Trove is a fun cube esque game 
    http://www.trionworlds.com/trove/


    Neverwinter is a DnD-ish MMORPG
    http://www.arcgames.com/en/games/neverwinter
     
    Spiral knights is a cute hack and slash 
    http://www.spiralknights.com/


    Defiance is a borderlands-ish mmofps
    http://www.trionworlds.com/defiance/en/
     
    Fallen Earth is buggy, and disliked by alot, but i love it with all my heart 
    http://www.gamersfirst.com/age-gate/
     
    That's just a handfull you can check out, they are all different in their own way, and they are free2play, so they are also free to uninstall if you so desire.
     
     

     
  25. Apex Spartan liked a post in a topic by Glaice in Why did EA decide not to be greedy this year?   
    Fuck preordering.