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Old 01-16-2018, 12:44 PM
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Sold the code for activating an exclusive wheel from attending the Rocket League world championship in November for $110 yesterday. Got to attend for free! Good 'ole RL trade market.
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I totally agree. I think it'll be rough to make people pay to play games they've been playing for a year or so.
It's only gonna be about $20 a year to play online. I think that will be palatable to a lot of people.
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It's only gonna be about $20 a year to play online. I think that will be palatable to a lot of people.
You're underestimating the whiny nature of internet gamers for stuff like this...
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I think I’m almost through Horizon: Frozen Wilds. Horizon is still a fantastic game.
Next up will be Sexy Brutale.

Can’t eemember if I commented on Virginia, but it was odd. Not sure how I feel, but I pushed through because it was only about 2 hours.
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Old 01-18-2018, 02:41 PM
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I think Iím almost through Horizon: Frozen Wilds. Horizon is still a fantastic game.
Next up will be Sexy Brutale.
I've been holding off on Frozen Wilds. Maybe I'll pick it up at some point...

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Canít eemember if I commented on Virginia, but it was odd. Not sure how I feel, but I pushed through because it was only about 2 hours.
I loved Virginia. Very unique art style and I loved the completely visually told story.
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Anyone here looking forward to the new dragon ball fighting game besides me?
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Anyone here looking forward to the new dragon ball fighting game besides me?
I hear itís going to be good, but I basically know nothing about DBZ. I picked one up to play against a friend back in 360 days, but I had no idea what was going on.
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Anyone here looking forward to the new dragon ball fighting game besides me?
Fighting games are for the most part, not my cup of tea.
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Finished Persona 5 last weekend, 183 hours on hard mode. Enjoyed the game a lot, wish I would have been able to max our more confidants. I think I had to grind more given the difficulty mode.
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Round 1: think I'm losing.

In short, no I don't like civ 6. Not yet anyway.
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Round 2: Rome
Skipped religion. Bunch of Heathens. Expanded rapidly (obviously Rome expands) all over the continent.

For no reason at all I started getting ahead around Renaissance. The AI power curve is just as broken as ever I guess. Also I kept accidentally moving dudes when I didn't mean to and having to load. Uhg.

Then the Congo attacked because they were annoyed at us for expanding. We beat them back, but then it suddenly got boring. I figured I could at least take a city or two as payment, but the 'war monger' thing meant everyone else was promising to kill me too. I could probably beat them? But war is so boring already. So peace it was.

But too late! Already bored! On to Civ7 imo.
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