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PBE Shield Stickers and Deagle Boltface Patches On Sale Now!

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56948 No. 56948 ID: cfe73e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Consoles for Christmas?
Gamestop, Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon, etc. are offering discounts and bundles of PS4 & Xbox One consoles this Christmas season.
I just got an email coupon from Gamestop for a $299 deal on a 500 GB PS4 bundled with Star Wars Battlefront. Looks like I am finally getting one of those things.

What console deal would you recommend?
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>> No. 57091 ID: cfe73e
But I have heard the opposite from PC kit builders who say doing it on the cheap will bite your ass as it will have compatibility and speed problems. Buying a PC that costs double what a PS4 costs and not knowing if it will work properly with the new games? I'll give that a miss. You can have fun with that, but gaming PCs are just too expensive for my tastes and they go obsolete quickly. I still play PS1 and PS2 favorites on my obsolete but serviceable consoles.

As for the Nintendo 3DS handhelds, I looked at the games, but they seem to be mostly kids games; puzzle, party, platform, Pokemon, Mario, Zelda, and a bunch of other cartoony stuff. Sure, the Vita has a Zelda-like game with crude graphics, but it's The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth and it's... disturbing (and a favorite). I just did not find many good 3DS games that are not so juvenile. Shooters, air combat, war games, sword fighting, fist fighting, survival horror, etc. are not Nintendo's forte. Sure, I have tried juvenile games, but I just don't like most of them. Some are good, though. Spyro the Dragon for the PS1 (also ports to the PSP) is fun and challenging to collect 100% of the gems. LocoRoco is a colorful kid's 2D platformer for the PSP and is also a fun distraction, but for the most part I just don't like adolescent games. Shooters, survival horror, air combat, and fighting games like SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 2, Resident Evil 2, Ace Combat: Joint Assault, and Gladiator Begins are PSP favorites. The games displayed in the Nintendo handheld section of the stores did not seem to have anything like these.

Can you swell folks recommend any good 3DS games to justify buying that handheld?

PC Parts Video To Build My Own GabenStation! https://youtu.be/bDaizxxLCjg
>> No. 57101 ID: 223a41
For me, the DS brought back some of the old final fantasy games, chrono trigger, harvest moon, etc. A lot of people really like monster hunter, there's also mario kart, I think its largely a nostalgia box, most of my friends got them for office down time. I wasn't a Resident Evil fan but at least one of them was released for DS.

Also the 3DS doesn't come with a charger, so add another $15 I think it was. I spent almost $300 for a new one plus charger and game at best buy, but I think you could get all that used for about half that these days.

Get what suites you. It's you're gaming hobby after all. There's not enough of a difference between PS4 and XB1 to matter aside from personal preference and a few games. Though if you have a bunch of reverse compatible games you might take that into consideration. Since eventually the motors in the disc drives of your systems are going to fail.
>> No. 57102 ID: 963c4b
You're right when you say those Monster Hunter games have a dedicated fanbase. One was telling me about the 2009 PSP game, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, and that he has invested more than 3000 hours playing it. Jeez... I thought I squandered a lot of time playing hundreds of missions of SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 2. That's nothing compared to his score! I restarted playing the 2010 PSP favorite, Ace Combat: Joint Assault, and playing through all the missions on all the difficulties, online and offline, unlocking everything and continuing to play it took around 74 hours.

And the Nintendo 3DS came without a charger?? Was this console only for fans who already had a 2DS and the chargers work with both (assuming this is the case)?

The problem with handheld consoles is that they can be pretty expensive. The 3DS cost $250 in 2011. The Sony PSP cost $250 at launch in 2005 and customers balked that this was more than $100 higher than the recently launched Nintendo DS. The Sony PS Vita cost $300 at launch in 2012, but the price dropped to $200 a year later.

CGR Undertow - MONSTER HUNTER 3 ULTIMATE review for Nintendo 3DS
Published on Apr 27, 2013 https://youtu.be/ZtaFr2_Hgfg
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate for Nintendo 3DS developed and published by Capcom.

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate brings you back to that familiar little fishing village, on the edge of the Moga Woods, where you first learn to kill and dismantle local wildlife for the advancement of society and your own armor and weapons. It seems like a simple concept... but it draws the player in, applies a trap to the player's feet, maybe offers a slab of tainted meat to paralyze said player, and slowly consumes their soul. It's the law of the jungle, man. Best make sure your weapons are sharp.
>> No. 57103 ID: f1cf6d
Whats your PSN tag bats?
>> No. 57104 ID: 963c4b
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Really should change that...

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57092 No. 57092 ID: cfe73e hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Here Are the Top 100 Countries, Ranked in Terms of Game Revenue
China tops the United States for the first time.
October 16, 2015 http://www.gamespot.com/articles/here-are-the-top-100-countries-ranked-in-terms-of-/1100-6431484/?ftag=YHRe6a6b70
A new report ranking the top 100 countries in the world based on video game revenue has been released, and it's China, not the United States, that's come out on top.

The new list comes from research group Newzoo and accounts for revenue estimates in 2015, but doesn't include things like hardware sales or online gambling. China was number one, but only by a very small margin--it accounted for $22.23 billion, compared with $21.96 billion for the US.
>> No. 57093 ID: cfe73e
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A chart breaking down all of this information also lists the respective countries' population and "Internet population," both of which are significantly larger in China. Taken on a per-person basis, the US generates far more revenue. Regardless, China is now the world's largest games market, something that Newzoo said could turn out to be the case earlier this year. It's no surprise why Microsoft and Sony have hoped to expand into the region.

Chart: http://www.newzoo.com/free/rankings/top-100-countries-by-game-revenues/
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Japan follows both countries, but it's a pretty large dropoff, with its total revenue being $12.33 billion. It's another steep drop to the number four spot, with South Korea responsible for just over $4 billion in revenue. Germany, the UK, France, and Canada all make the top ten, which you can see below.

According to Newzoo's data, the worldwide games market accounts for $91.5 billion in revenue. $83 billion of that--roughly 91 percent--comes from the top 20 countries alone.
>> No. 57095 ID: cfe73e
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Here's how the top ten looks:

Top 10 Countries by Game Revenue (in USD):

China -- $22,227,194,000
United States of America -- $21,962,491,000
Japan -- $12,328,860,000
South Korea -- $4,022,366,000
Germany -- $3,654,669,000
United Kingdom -- $3,533,493,000
France -- $2,460,172,000
Canada -- $1,811,271,000
Spain -- $1,564,223,000
Italy -- $1,505,800,000
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Growth Countries Overtaking Western European Nations

The overall Western European games market will reach $15.6 billion this year. While this represents a steady year-on-year increase of 1.9%, individual countries are losing their positions in the top 100 to the faster growing regions of Southeast Asia, Latin America and Middle East and Africa. Notably, the Netherlands will lose two spots, while Belgium and Norway will lose five positions each. Mexico will gain one place to be the 13th largest games market in 2015, while further down the ranking, Argentina and Colombia will also see slight gains. Brazil remains Latin America’s leader at $1.5 billion. In Middle East and Africa, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Iran will also climb the ladder and overtake Western European countries in the process. Meanwhile, Germany will maintain its spot as the largest Western European games market and generate $3.7 billion, with TV/Console gaming taking the biggest share of the market. http://www.newzoo.com/insights/newzoos-top-100-countries-by-2015-game-revenues/
>> No. 57097 ID: cfe73e
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India Soars into the Top 20

The most notable climber in the top 20 is India, gaining five ranks this year to be the 18th largest games market in the world. Indian consumer spending is growing rapidly. In 2015, India will have 159 million gamers who will generate revenues of $428 million, up +62.0% from 2014. By 2018, the Indian games market, driven primarily by the mobile segment, will break the billion dollar mark, representing an impressive compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of +49.2% for 2014-2018. This makes India one of the fastest growing games markets in the world and on its way to being a major global player. Increasingly, international companies are turning their focus to India, especially following recent news that Apple and Google have lowered the minimum price for apps and in-app purchases there.

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  Badass games?
I was looking for a sword fighting game like the 2010 PSP Gladiator Begins game where you learn attack moves and then assign them to your action buttons. I discovered this other PSP game, Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble, that uses a similar mapping system for attacks. In Kenka Bancho, you become the top high school juvenile delinquent by beating up all the other thugs, gangsters, and ne're-do-wells on a school field trip.
Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble is a PlayStation Portable beat 'em up video game released in 2008 in Japan and 2009 in the United States. It follows the efforts of a Japanese "bancho" (delinquent) and his efforts to become Japan's top bancho by beating up all the other regional banchos during a field trip.
Classic Game Room HD - KENKA BANCHO BADASS RUMBLE PSP review https://youtu.be/JOnRfYfFiB4
Classic Game Room HD reviews KENKA BANCHO BADASS RUMBLE for Sony PSP from Atlus. It's like GTA Vice City meets Tokyo Beat Down. You're on the best school field trip ever! The kind of field trip with no learning, only fighting! Beat rival banchos with pipes, baseball bats and your bare fists in Streets of Rage meets Japanese High School. Earn experience, find rice balls, mack on chicks in sailor's outfits and recruit peons to serve you in your massacre across Japan to claim the title of most bad-@ss guy ever. This CGR review of Kenko Bancho Badass Rumble for PSP has gameplay from Kenko Bancho Bad Ass Rumble showing game play in action.
>> No. 57080 ID: cfe73e
  Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble is like somebody made a video game of the anime Cromartie High School!
Sakigake!! Cromartie Koukou https://animetosho.org/series/sakigake-cromartie-koukou.1099
Welcome to Cromartie High, the most notorious delinquent high school in Tokyo. Due to bad judgment, bad luck, or both, Kamiyama Takashi is now attending this academy of dunces. Here, his only homework will be defending himself against the foul-mouthed robots, semi-intelligent apes, a Freddy Mercury look-alike, and pencil-eating classmates.
Cromartie High School Episode 1 English Dubbed

Quick Look: Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble https://youtu.be/Y_y2Bi1QqSU
>> No. 57081 ID: cfe73e
  Another bad-ass game that allows you to map learned fighting moves you your action buttons is God Hand.
God Hand (ゴッドハンド Goddo Hando) is an action beat 'em up video game developed by Clover Studio and published by Capcom for the PlayStation 2 video game console. The game was directed by Resident Evil designer Shinji Mikami, and was released in Japan and North America in 2006 and in 2007 for PAL territories; on October 4, 2011, it was re-released for the PlayStation 3 as a downloadable title on the PlayStation Network. Mikami's desire was to create an action game aimed at "hardcore gamers" intermixed with a large amount of comic relief. The game received an overall lightly positive response from critics and sold only modestly upon its release in Japan. It is Clover Studio's final video game.

The player takes control of Gene, a martial artist who wields one of the legendary "God Hands", a pair of divine arms that were once used to save the world from a demon, Angra. Gene and his companion Olivia are eventually caught up in an attempt by a group of demons known as the Four Devas to resurrect Angra for purposes of world domination. The game mixes western and Japanese-themed comedy, containing over-the-top characters and storyline events. The gameplay combines traditional elements of the beat 'em up genre with new features. These include being able to map and string together a large repertoire of fighting techniques to the gamepad's face buttons in order to create unique combo attacks. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/God_Hand

PS2 God Hand Trailer 1 https://youtu.be/XY90Jl-W6Bg
>> No. 57082 ID: cfe73e
  God Hand - This is why we can't have nice things
Published on Jun 30, 2012 https://youtu.be/MBgI76zBIGo
http://lparchive.org/God-Hand/ - Kung Fu Jesus playthrough of God Hand

This is why we can't have nice things is an irregular retrospective series talking about games which were sadly overlooked and did not enjoy commercial success.

In this episode we'll be discussing the last game Clover Studios ever made, God Hand for the Playstation 2.

- Well, if these guys were fired and reformed themselves and later made the PS3 game Vanquish, then kudos to them! Vanquish is one of the best third person cover shooters ever made (well, I had fun with it). An underrated hit that can be found for cheap. Check your local game stores' bargain bin for Vanquish. And look for Birds of Steel and Under Defeat while you're at it.

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57063 No. 57063 ID: 407316 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Ive been looking all over but I can't find it.
It was a flash game as far as I remember. Where you had to shoot at a target with windage and range. You had to calculate the MOA for every shot. No fancy graphics, just the basics.

Also, yes this is a request but I thought I'd post this here rather than anywhere else.

Picture is unrelated.
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>> No. 57067 ID: e8b6d0
There's an updated version on Steam that I picked up for like 3 bucks. Differing terrain and targets and stuff. Haven't gotten into it yet but it looks like a good upgrade.

Forget the new title though.
>> No. 57069 ID: 132f97
Is this it?
>> No. 57075 ID: 672e4e
That's the one.
>> No. 57077 ID: 027dd3
Finally installed and tried this one...

Dear lord, I hope nobody picked it up based on what I said. Stick to the Flash one.
>> No. 57078 ID: 132f97
I was tempted at $1.75, but even the good reviews were pointing out that it was pretty terrible over all.

I think I'll make a javascript game that does this with the terrain engine I wrote a while back, might be a few months, but it seems like an actually decent idea for a simple game.

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  Apparently PayPal leaked that it's starting on the 22nd.
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>> No. 57051 ID: b47376
>I purchased Faster Than Light for $4; easily worth it.

No doubt about that! Since it's a pausable & windowed game, it's very handy to have on the side while doing other shit on the PC.
Don't forget to enable the bonus content, advanced edition stuff.

I only have one gripe with the game, it's that getting the right weapons is largely luck of the roll. You have to find a store with the guns you want, and have enough credits to buy them. Very hard at times, so it's near impossible to plan ahead if you want to achieve a certain build.
Also, keep in mind that all the additional shit in terms of teleportation, hacking, mind control, stealth etc are not a requirement for success at all. A basic ship with fully upgraded shields and weapons is viable in the endgame (on easy & normal) if your build doesn't suck.

My most awesome build so far was a ship with nothing but flak guns with "preloaded weapons on jump", "faster fire" & "faster shield recharge" augmentations. That raped ass. Complete mayhem.
To dodge heavy damage from special abilities of the boss ship & missiles also had a single rank in stealth & to harrass the other ship a few ranks in mind control.
>> No. 57053 ID: bbab6e
It usually goes for half of that.
>> No. 57055 ID: 254d85
FTL was too RNG-based for my tastes.

But what types of games are you looking for specifically?
>> No. 57056 ID: 6d6cb1
FTL a shit.

Play a proper Roguelike.
>> No. 57066 ID: 7b177d

Nothing really specific; I'm all over the place. Here's a selection of stuff I tend to sink some time into:

Mount & Blade Warband
Ultimate General: Gettysburg
Silent Hunter III
Hearts of Iron III
Prison Architect

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  So the RSS demo has been out and, holy shit, this game looks amazing.

Do you remember fondly the terrorist hunts from Vegas? What if I told you it's back for Siege? And they added suicide bombers and utilized destructive environments?
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>> No. 56940 ID: 82a3e8
Learn cover vs concealment. I ran into a few rounds of all shield guys and blowing holes in walls to the side of em was totes. Also dont spray at the front, peek and corner until the put that shield sideways and blap em in the face.

I kind of wish I could get this game for free with hardware or something (that I dont need to, and wont be) upgrading.

Friend was trying to decide between ass creed syndicate and siege. Hes probably choosing siege.

Thats how I felt. I was very surprised by how solid of a game it was, it just didnt show me enough in the beta to net my pre order bucks.
>> No. 56941 ID: 0ea1a5

I caved in and got it and every T-Hunt game I've had is insanely different each time. Also they're supposedly adding Canadians after New Years.
>> No. 56985 ID: 6e1786

I find t hunt absoloute fucking shit. Th difficulty increase means you have to shoot enemies 15 fucking times to kill them....and that it.
>> No. 56986 ID: 6e1786

I find t hunt absoloute fucking shit. Th difficulty increase means you have to shoot enemies 15 fucking times to kill them....and that it.
>> No. 57054 ID: 7eee47
Was on sale so ended up buying it, not sure I've ever found so much enjoyment in a game that I completely suck at..

No. 56877 ID: 963c4b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Still break out the old console games? The graphics look terrible by today's standards, but some games stand the test of time.
Such as Einhänder, a scrolling spaceship shooter game from 1997. The game received positive reviews from critics, who praised its gameplay, soundtrack and graphics, but felt the game's short duration and lack of two-player mode were minor flaws. Despite these flaws, in 2007, IGN ranked it first in a top ten of the best 2D space shooters, noting that the game's 3D graphics made it "substantially better" than most of the other, sprite-based shoot 'em up games of the time. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einh%C3%A4nder
I have seen copies of Einhander go for more than a hundred dollars, but the prices have been coming down. Sony released this game on the Japan PSN Store as a download, but not for the North American or European stores (same for the Bushido Blade PS1 games). WHY?? I would love to play this again on the PSP or PS Vita handhelds! I had to satisfy myself by just playing it on my original release PS3 that will play PS1 & PS2 games. Amazingly, someone uploaded a PS3 save for Einhander: http://www.gamefaqs.com/ps/197217-einhander/saves
Einhander Playthrough - Stage 1 https://youtu.be/Lj8b0ROOI9A
CGRundertow EINHANDER for PS1 / PlayStation Video Game Review https://youtu.be/Th-EP7OMAmw
Classic Game Room - EINHANDER review for PlayStation part 1 https://youtu.be/ILpea4iBU2g
Classic Game Room - EINHANDER review for PlayStation part 2 https://youtu.be/QGpHUyMN06A
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Fuck yes, excellent game. I traded an AK mag and $10 to someone on arfcom for my copy. I remember having the demo of it on one of the interactive discs, always wanted the game.
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Awwww shit nigga, is dat sum Red Faction?

Man I freaking loved that game. Really though whole damn series but the 1st was probably the best. Like a video game version of Total Recall in some ways and hole digging simulator in others.

I'd love for it and the 2nd to get a HD remake. I don't even know who the fuck has the rights to the Red Faction series after THQ shit the bed.
>> No. 56934 ID: 963c4b
Fun shooter with destructible environments.
Classic Game Room - RED FACTION review for PS2 part 1 https://youtu.be/9Uppaz0T1wQ
Part 1 of 2. Classic Game Room reviews RED FACTION for the Playstation 2 PS2 video game console. This is the first and best review of Red Faction to feature a parody of the upcoming RedFaction game on the PS3 and Xbox 360 called Going Green Faction. The parody is funny because I felt like getting that keyword in here, funny that is. Ha ha. Red Faction is one of the best first person shooters on the PS2 and is regarded as one of the best of the shooter genre. FPS FTW as you kids say. You play as parker and slaughter Ultor without mercy, the evil big corporation keeping the miners on Mars down. Red Faction plays a lot like Total Recall in that it takes place on Mars, features oppressed miners and has lots of shooting and explosions. Rumor has it that there is a new Red Faction being released sometime in 2008 or 2009 by Volition and THQ called Red Faction 3 Guerrilla or something along those lines. Will it be on PS3, Xbox 360 and Atari 7800? Will it have multiplayer, footage scenes and animations, gamer points, 3d environments, geo mod technology, next gen things like the word next gen and HD visuals girls in bikinis? Whatever, I just want the RAIL GUN back and the ability to go through Ultor and raise hell. We'll have to wait and see what they do with it and if it's better than the amazing original, RED FACTION.
>> No. 56935 ID: 963c4b
  Classic Game Room - RED FACTION for PS2 review part 2 https://youtu.be/9jST2wDT0pI
>> No. 56963 ID: e982e0
>I have seen copies of Einhander go for more than a hundred dollars


Shit let me dig out my copy holy fuck I need money to live.

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  fuck this better come out on PC
>> No. 56942 ID: 7443a9
not that excited

FF7 has a pretty shit plot. Every time the writers realized they wrote themselves into a hole they didn't back up and re-evaluate. Nope they just went with "cuz reasons" and pressed on.

Also Aeris was bland as fuck. I'm glad she is dead.

I'm waiting for FF12 to be on PS4. Now that was a good Final Fantasy game.
>> No. 56943 ID: 254d85
Supposedly Steam leaked some information hinting to a PC release of Final Fantasy 10.
>> No. 56944 ID: 419ccc
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>Final Fantasy VII Remake is multi-part to avoid cutting content, says director


And all the hype I had for this game just died. Fuck Square Enix!
>> No. 56945 ID: 798a48
I never finished the game nor did I finish FF8, but my understanding is that most of the the serious following with FF7 has less to do with shipping or plot, but actually the gameplay mechanics themselves. It's part of the reason why the Bravely Default series has done as well as it has.

Recycling the same late-PS2 quality models with slightly better skins and cinematics is fine, but recycling the same Kingdom Hearts/FF13/Crisis Core -ish gameplay with control only over one character is rather half-assed. I'd blame Nomura if I was more vested in the intellectual property but at least he's actually doing his job.
>> No. 56947 ID: 93e48d
You dont' need to tell the entire world you have shit taste

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56839 No. 56839 ID: b47376 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
So, what have you bought so far?

I bought:
- Elite: Dangerous
- BroForce
- Dying Light

I intend to see how low Age of Decadence will go & snap that one up too. Atm it's only -15%.
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>> No. 56862 ID: f44962
You know that all the other stores are holding their sales now as well. check Greenmangaming or similar if you're boycotting steam.
>> No. 56863 ID: d8ab9d
The only game I want now is Escape from Tarkov, anyway.
>> No. 56899 ID: 254d85
I got:
The Spiderweb Software bundle, I didn't realize Vogel had been releasing them on Steam. I remember having a ton of fun playing Exile and Nethergate on my dad's 1998-period Motorola Power Mac. For the price it's a amazing amount of content.

Hyperdimension Neptunia, god save me from this anime.

Trails in the Sky, apparently this is actually the best JRPG on Steam or something.

I wanted to pick up Pillars of Eternity, the new edition of Divinity: Original Sin, and Witcher 3, but I'm thinking I'll wait for the Christmas sale and hope for a deeper discount. Similarly I've been interested in Stonehearth, Clockwork Empires, and The Long Dark, but they're still early access.

I feel like I've reached the point where I have everything I want and I'm just waiting for new stuff to go down in price.
>> No. 56926 ID: 8a98b2
Skyrim Legendary Edition
Tomb Raider (2013)
Metro 2033/Last Light
>> No. 56931 ID: 06a0fb
any of you elite newbs wants a good rares trade route, I can post one.

Make you a few mill in under an hour in a Cobra or Asp.

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  Who would make a good Fallout movie? My pick would be George Miller.
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>> No. 56928 ID: b47376

Correct, I got my time line wrong.
Activision bought Vivendi (& daughter Sierra) and thus became Activision | Blizzard holding company after Arcanum was out. My bad.
>> No. 56930 ID: 8504f6
Anyway, Godverdomme what did you think of Pillars of Eternity?
>> No. 56932 ID: b47376
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>Anyway, Godverdomme what did you think of Pillars of Eternity?

I played it through twice, but I can't say I was impressed. I doubt I'll play it again.

I was way more impressed by Age Of Decadence. While it has many shortcomings, it's probably the best RPG released over the past few years.
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Tony-award winning musical director Sam Gold presents the Broadway musical-comedy, FALLOUT 4, featuring Alan Cumming as THE VAULTDWELLER. Premieres November 10th, 2016 at the historic St. James Theater.

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