Posts I've Made
22.05.2013 @ 08:24
vivaxardas said:A fee for used games? Why PC people bash consoles for this feature, when most of you guys buy your games on steam and GOG, where you can't resell any of you digital content at all??? ›››
Of course PC gaming is superior, but that's beside the point - and the big difference is, Steam, Amazon and Greenmangaming (not to mention Gamersgate and Gamefly at times) make it so PC gamers don't have to worry about used games because *PC games are so gloriously cheap.* When was the last time you saw a major console release hit 5 bucks only half a year after it came out? And yet, a steam key for Hitman Absolution was 5 dollars for a whole week on Amazon.
All in all, the 'Xbox One' vying to be the be-all end-all all-in-one device seems like a marketing strategy with a dark side. Remember how for *years* after release countless Xboxes would suffer from RROD? Now Microsoft is trying to peddle a device that will most likely have its own form of RROD - except this time, it'll kill off all the functionality it wants its users to rely on (dvd, internet, bluray, netflix, etc.), and magnify the level of customer dissatisfaction. Eggs in one basket...
21.05.2013 @ 21:07No backwards compatibility, a fee to play used games, "zomg 8 gigs of ram guys" and a the kinect smushed in as well to pad the price. Get ready to embrace a fair few new PC gamers.
18.05.2013 @ 08:18The technical names are in parentheses, but they're usually pretty generic and rather dull. I retitled and reordered most of the tracks to better capture the Witcher 2 experience renaming the generic 'Sorceresses' to 'Woe To The Vanquished,' which is more tonally relevant, and is linked to a quest from that part of the game - and putting it before 'Regicide' as it should be, based on when it appears in the game (during your last conversation with Foltest).
18.05.2013 @ 06:25Don't care about Enterprise, neither do my Trekkie friends. I feel like Netflix should spend its time and money restoring series that are especially sought-after (Firefly would be the Holy Grail, obviously). But if it succeeds, more power to it. I'm pretty meh on Star Trek right now given the lameness of the new movie, when it had such potential to be great.
18.05.2013 @ 05:51
KableNikon said:I don't know if it is me or not but to me does the Iorveth path not have a "happy ending" I mean the Roche Path you save Triss you prevent a witch hunt and prevent the outright exiling and destruction and hunting of magi and witchers. Save Anais and Temeria doesn't get split or taken.
I look at Iorveth path and well you save Saskia and so a nation is formed without control of the Lodge. BUT now Witchers and Magi are hunted to the ends of the Earth. Save Triss and the Lodge "wins" so to speak and they get their own puppet country.
I see these situations as mostly lose/lose but to me The split of Temeria doesn't matter so much as the forces are still there to do battle with Nilfgard.
Iorveth to me seems like a true lose/lose. Is that what I get from others? ›››
If you Save Triss on Iorveth's path but do the following, Vergen will not be a puppet country.
1. Spare Stennis, so he becomes King Stennis I
2. Kill Sile to weaken the Lodge
3. Kill Saskia to eliminate her as a wild card.