Roach is awesome. He’s an unruly little jerk that doesn’t listen at all, but he’s awesome. Real horses are often kind of jerks themselves... They’ll throw you if you’re not paying attention, and then make very amused neighing noises while you pick yourself up.
I struggled with the Witcher 3 after having handily enjoyed #2 (never played #1) until I realized I truly needed to role play as Geralt, a master swordsman. The combat was awful for me at first because I was trying to be a mage, but Geralt isn’t a mage. Going full magic build is extremely hard. I dumped the majority…
I never read the lore too, but geralt is an awesome character nonetheless. It's strange that you claim to be a RPG fan and yet you didn't understand this gem of a game...
Anyone have any knowledge on how to customize their freighter? I’d like to build a base computer and all that jazz and I can’t seem to figure out how.
...and that Space Billionaire’s name? Tyler Klaxon Musk. Great-Great-Great Grandson to an infamous Billionaire who once lived and died generations ago on a forgotten backwards planet in the old Sol System.
Overcooked if you haven't already, then Overcooked 2, which just came out. Phenomenal couch coop games.
Locking the frame rate seems to have fixed the performance issues for me. I have a Pro, and NMS makes it sound like it's going to sprout wings and take off if the frame rate isn't locked. It's weird, it seems to try too hard, then the fans keep up, then the performance just degrades til NMS closes unexpectedly
At its core, Geralts is a parodic character. The books started of as little parodies of classic tales (that’s my analysis of them).
While I never played Witcher 3, I did play Witcher 1 and the start of 2. Honestly? I liked 1 a lot, the combat was slow and heavy, but it was neat and the story was quite amusing. It all got tossed into a blender for 2, and I just couldn’t get into it. As a result, it’s so weird to see other people praising Witcher 3…
Hi, I’m right on the same boat, I just left the game aside because I felt anxiety about how big and complex it is, and then get another game, and another and another, and now I just take it back and now I feel thats it a totally different game than the one before.
About the emotions bit, it’s only something other people think about witchers, and Geralt likes to joke about it. Some witchers do lose emotions during the process of mutations but those usually die of the after effects.
I play a lot of Cities: Skylines and I never once needed unlimited money.
Certainly sounds like a mixed bag of fun, but might just look into it anyway. Thanks for the reminder!
Growing up, my brother and I tended to like different games on our Atari 2600 (yes, I’m old), but we had epic battles in the various modes of Combat until our mom would turn the TV off and tell us dinner was getting cold.
That is an amazing idea!
I remember being 5 and playing Tetris with my sisters on an original gameboy, we’d have tournaments and keep track of our scores. I always won
I relate with this article quite a bit. Some of my most vivid memories of times in my life and friend groups I’ve had involve the games we’d play. Playing Halo 3 with my dad (my first fps and second first person game after Portal 2), Playing Minecraft with my elementary school friends, playing Terraria and Borderlands…
Me too bro. I try my damndest, but even low level peons put a hurting on me if I’m OT totally on top of my shit
it felt less like I had used an arsenal of skills and more like I had gotten lucky.
I am loving it but I don’t think it loves me back. Haven’t been able to go online for the past 2 days.