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Yesterday, 11:23 PMIn general, a feature the first Witcher introduced was the ability to experience concrete consequences until much later, when there's nothing we can do about them and they hit us in the face. Not just whether a person lives or dies, but actual gameplay opportunities.
And I agree, you should absolutely play the whole game. Both to be precise.
Yesterday, 04:43 PMWhen I went to this sloth sanctuary the guide explained to us that two-toed and three-toed sloths exhibit different behavior. Both kinds have extremely sharp nails, but one of them is likely to attack you in self defense while the other might not. The problem is, if you are close enough to tell how many toes they have it might already be too late. They can slash your throat extremely quickly and easily.
Yesterday, 04:14 PMWell that looks interesting, but doesn't tell us much about the actual game, beyond the characters and themes.
Looks cool though!
Yesterday, 03:12 PMby we I meant the gamers. There's a general consensus whether you realize it or not, and we sort of understand what others mean when they say graphics. It's not a proper term so I also understand your itch about it. The point is there are two distinctive concepts we're talking about here, and we need to call them something. The fact that your school is undecided about what to call them means it's up to us.
And a word of advice: teachers are not always right
Yesterday, 02:46 PMGot Czech Republic
are they really this cynical, distrustful, and anti religious?
Of course the questions are all very poorly written, lots of ambiguity. For example: not as neighbors - homosexuals. Am I supposed to answer to a hypothetical question or agree/disagree with that statement? I clicked no because I disagree with it but maybe it works the other way around. In fact I do have homosexual neighbors.