It’s pronounced Laurel.
I think the sharp uptick in post-apocalyptic games lately might be representative of the international mood, reflecting the despair in Trump’s presidency and the inaction in the face of climate change. In that sense, everything is political, because everything is reflective of the times.
I don’t see how anyone could possibly get away with saying this game isn’t political.
I played a game yesterday but couldn’t get into a match today. That’s okay, these things are kinda expected early on. I played the gun range a bit and it was fun trying the different weapons.
THE SUITCASE RETURNS!!!!!
Basing a game’s worth by its aggregated review score will lead you directly to unanswerable questions like this.
These are excellent insights into what makes quality coaching, and how to best benefit from a coach. I’m a long time music educator, and this is right in line with what it takes to improve as a musician.
Not out for sympathy, but I am having a terrible day, and this article made my day two steps better. Still a Bronze day, but closer to Silver.
“Lunastra gem coming on this carve....this carve....I meant this carve right here....no this carve....sunavabitch.”
Here’s a couple of things I dearly wish I’d known my first time through:
-Improving your weapon is as important as leveling your character
I’m playing Dark Souls Remastered this week and while I haven’t finished the game yet, it’s been wonderful to revisit the land of Lordran. It’s a faithful remaster, capturing the original experience with a cleanliness that helps the action flow better. It’s not quite the same and while I miss some of the older rough…
That actually sort of makes me want to fire up the game again. I get what they were doing with the menus and it was cool in its own way but it just wasn’t pleasing to look at for more than a couple minutes.
Here we are again. Doors.
No lie, I would play the shit out of this version as well. Also, playing as the Champions would be neat as well!
Ok, so if I ever encounter a pirate legend, ask to see the Tavern of Legends and when they go down the stairs, go back and sink their boat. Got it ;)
I had an awesome experience like this with a Legend. I spawned into a two man crew at the tavern. Seeing no one around, I wandered out of the tavern down to the docks to see if my matey was already in the game. I came upon a fully decked out ship with customizations I’d never seen before. Bright green sails, a glowing…
I ran into a pirate legend last weekend. He and his three crewmates rammed their galleon into my one map sloop and set off a barrel of gunpowder on my deck. I hope they at least bothered to rescue my three chickens from the hold before my ship went to the bottom.
Just out of curiosity, why did the room smell like coconut?