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Sep 10
3

Even more so then Fortnite,  it seems like a spell battle really draws attention to itself, so when two mages start fighting, it seems to attract more players and turns into a bit of a kill snipe melee and then flee to regroup.  Its a lot of fun.   The fact that so many secondary skills are great for bugging out Read more

Sep 9
3

I loooooooove the fact that I can reliably escape from fights. I'm not great at shooters so I usually die really early in BR games, but the fact that I can escape makes me feel accomplished even though I still never win.

Sep 8
2

He’s fantastic , although for the love of God , I’d like him play some “goofy , totally not in command “guy just once.

Sep 8
1

I modded Witcher 3 so that I was super overpowered and never needed new stuff, and I played it just like an adventure game. It was so freeing to walk through the environments and not loot every barrel, box and chest. I didn’t need to open menus to combine oils to make a potion. I just played the super rad adventure Read more

Sep 4
13

Meanwhile, the decision to strenuously limit your inventory, forcing you to take time out of your superhero adventure game to manually break down dozens of pieces of old loot every hour or so, is another example of “throw 8 million turrets at them” thinking. Read more

Sep 2
21

Cause people like to enjoy things in their own way, whether that’s making it as hard or as easy as they so choose. A game going out of it’s way to help with that is nothing but a straight positive in my book.

Sep 2
42

Why even play the game at that point? If you want the story without the investment read a summary. Read more

Aug 21
13

For real. I would legit kill for a Dr. Isley who’s like in her sixties or seventies. Cast friggin Jamie Lee Curtis, she’d rock at it.

Aug 21
6

Also her seduction is via pheromones, so it’d be better emphasised if she looked relatively normal while doing it and not as if Batman has just arrived to fix her washing machine...

Aug 20
24

Seriously though, more people need to play River City Girls, that game is far better than it has any right to be. And it’s made by Arc System, so the actually beat-em-up gameplay is fantastic.

Aug 12
177

While recognising the need to retain top executives”

This isn’t a need. It’s the biggest lie in the corporate universe, in fact.

The difference between a “top executive” and “other executives” is literally a lottery pull. The vast majority of them are staggeringly incompetent or ineffectual people that just ride Read more

Aug 11
10

Because when some people who found success in their youth by breaking boundaries start to get old, they regress into being bitter misanthropes who exist to spread vitriol. They no longer know how to be creative or clever, so they double down on being offensive, vulgar, aggresively stupid, and cruel. They’ve become Read more

Aug 8
1

Both Revenge and Paradise are both fantastic burnout games. In my opinion Revenge still having a crash mode (sniff) makes it better, but goddamn it Paradise was the game that made me see how much fun coop multiplayer could be on the 360. I loved grouping with people and driving around doing stunts. Also, Paradise had Read more

Aug 8
3

Iceland also has the advantage that it seems impossible to point a camera there without having a spectacular landscape in the background.

Aug 7
2

But let’s get Trump out of office before he kills any more people than us absolutely fucking necessary, eh? And Biden is our best hope for that. God help us that’s the case but he is. Read more

Aug 6
4

Do you know how many times I hoped for this playing Ghost of Tsushima? It was like, what if I get back to the mission-giver and he/she is still alive instead of being killed by Mongols while I was away for five minutes? Or what if that Shinto shrine is one you can just walk up to instead of climbing for 10 minutes? I Read more

Jul 23
5

It’s free on Gamepass if you have it!

Jul 20
3

Man! For a second I thought this was a version of “Soon I will be Invincible .’.by Austin Grossman. Read more