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Discussion in 'Gamer Forum Xbox PS3 Tips, Reviews, Talk' started by Battlelyon, Mar 2, 2018.

  1. bamabear82

    bamabear82 I ♥ t-baggin

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    Finished the story mode, now just trying to do all the little side missions en shit. I'm like 73% finished with the whole shabang, not sure I'll ever make it to 100%.
     



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    I'm not currently playing anything. I'm in the process of selling my Xbox One S with games.
     
  3. theSabanator20

    theSabanator20 A mellow fellow

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    I do the same. Heck, if I ever hop back on my 360, I have about 5 years worth of gaming still in the wrapper probably. As for PS4, I have ME Andromeda, GTA 5, Skyrim and The Golf Club 2 all queued up... Struggling through Blood and Wine expansion in Witcher 3. Just can't get into it for some reason. It's like the scouring of the Shire in LOTR I think... Once you've faced and defeated Sauron, a couple of bandits in your home town is small taters... :D
     
  5. PEOPLESCHICKEN

    PEOPLESCHICKEN Still, You Know I Am Right

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    I am currently playing raising 2 kids and working a job. Fucking video games??[​IMG]
     
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    I have been mostly playing GTA Online recently when I want to put a game on. My wife, brothers and friends meet up and play online together when schedules align.
     
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    I was playing an online Madden league with 3 other bros but after beating their asses and winning 7 out of 8 Superbowls (Saints O/4-4 D) they all quit like pussies.

    Now two of them are playing some geh Sailing the Seas pirate game or something, idk.

    I might buy the latest NHL next.
     
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    Blood and Wine gives off a whole 'I'm on vacation' vibe that worked for me. Like switching from Game of Thrones to Princess Bride.

    You really have to be in the mood for an open world game, though. Blood and Wine was much more linear and with story that was very much in line with what you were doing in the main game.
     
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  9. Clayton

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    Heart of Stone was much more linear. Blood and Wine is not linear.

    I need to proofread when I'm multitasking.
     
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    Ah, okay. Was like, "Maybe I haven't gotten to the "linear" part yet? LOL
     
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    Delbert McClinton.......
     
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    Rocket League, more because of the quick matches than anything in case I am getting paged to do something in the house.
     
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    Picked up the latest Assassin's Creed, just picked up the hidden blade now I'm ready for business.
     
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    Picked up Wipeout Collection for $12 and that about what its worth. Its really fun for about 3 hours and then the AI expects you to race perfectly everytime and you start seeing the same courses and doing the same things. It LOOKS fantastic, though. I feel like this game just exists to justify the VR that will likely be unsupported here shortly.

    I enjoyed Trackmania Turbo quite a bit more.
     
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    Loved Arcanum, it's gameplay is like the original Fallouts, only improved. Story was compelling too. I am not sure you ever tried build a character in that game based on throwing weapons, but that mechanic is broken as hell.
     
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    No I just went with first firearms etc and then wizard. I did buy the update and am playing it again. Harder then I remember! :) A great environment.
     
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    Throwing do similar damage to fire arms at about half the AP used.

    Also for a good laugh play a character where you set his intelligence real low. Virgil will still think you are the chosen one, but the dialog when he realizes you can't speak in complete sentences is pretty funny.
     
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    Just waiting for NHL 19 to be released.

    As a sidenote, South Park The Fractured Butt Whole was fantastic and hilarious. **Disclaimer: I never played The Stick of Truth**
     
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    SJ76 I'll slap you with my member

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    I have been playing Elder Scrolls Online for a while, will get maybe an hour in 2-3 nights a week if I am lucky. Will have more time to play once the DD goes back to college, although I should probably get working faster on my pile of books instead of playing vids more (at least I have almost finished the Marcus Aurelius biography I have been plodding through).

    Don't like the prolonged load times, but it is a fun game with a zillion things to do. I liked Skyrim better, but I was ready for something new after playing a couple of characters through on that over a few years and ESO is different enough that I don't feel like I'm playing the same thing.
    I guess the one thing I really don't like is the way the game makes it impossible to use a given item for any length of time, but I liked to turn over weapons a lot anyway so it doesn't cramp my playing style too much. Just seems dumb to have your character get better and suddenly have your weapons and armor get a lot worse.