Just to add a bit of info - it’s not only in Runescape. I know people who do this on several games, with a close friend doing it in WoW. I don’t think my friend is living off of what he makes in WoW (He’s a student and his parents are university professors), but I know he’s making ends meet with that. I’ve actually…
First, let’s get the failed socialism crap out of the way.
The problem with this game is that, while it seems to want to examine what different people would consider to be or not to be a soup, its setting contaminates the results. I say this because, when I played it, I was more concerned with providing the humans with soups that they could actually eat than I was with…
Maybe the real soup was inside us all along.
As a soup lover (seriously I could live off the stuff and eat nothing else) I would eat all of these.
Also I have since printed this article, placed it in a slurpee cup and filled it with hot water. I call it “A game about deciding what is and is not soup soup”
At this point, Steam users have successfully turned the review system into an irrelevant feature of the shop. It’s no longer a place to judge the quality of the game, but instead to express personal umbrage you take with whatever tiny and often irrelevant detail a game has. The old magazine world was dominated by…
Not sure if this is a gaming thing or just the world we live in but it seems like no matter what people find a reason to complain. When it comes to gaming I feel like developers are put in no win situations because they can’t possibly please everyone and they basically have to pick their poison.
I adore these options.
I actually always appreciated Uncharted for doing this sort of thing. The typical Movie way of showing a romantic reunion is to have them just make out and pash right on the spot. But it always felt more realistic and heartfelt to me when Nate and Elena simply had a long and strong hug instead, because that’s what I…
As Lieutenant Commander Data would put it, ‘oh shit’.
“Captain, they’ve adapted!”
Wow, this is pretty cool. I saw someone on my friend’s list playing it earlier, which made me realise it had been renamed to ‘Star Wars: Battlefront II (Classic, 2005)‘, but I didn’t realise that that was part of an update that had added new official multiplayer servers.
From someone who just went and fought 15 Thargoids last night, didnt win once, (Since you cant right now until they release the new weapons) what I can tell you is this adds a whooooole other level to this game. I absolutely love this game again.
Stories like this and from Eve are fascinating - obligatory comment with mandatory followup that: I’ve got zero interest in playing the game. Keep it up!
Man, Elite Dangerous has been a slow burn, huh? This is pretty interesting, but I’m more than content to sit on the sidelines and read about it every few months.
Option #3: Prototype Claptrap
I drive an Eternal (Hyundai) Sonata
did you use to work for clickhole.com, you got me
This is pretty much more of the same from OS1 but cranked to 11. The amount of freedom you have in these games...it’s insane. True role playing experience and a true sandbox. I’ve been rooting for Larian ever since Divinity 2(which yes wasn’t the most amazing game ever but damn if it didn’t do some cool things, great…