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Old 02-20-2018, 04:57 PM
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It doesn't seem too bad on pc. Looks like it is horrible with a controller.
Yeah, mouse/keyboard seems fine. I can imagine it being a pain the ass on a controller. I'm like level 5 or 6 lockpicking and all the locks are super easy.
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Old 02-21-2018, 09:28 AM
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Played multiple hours of KCD last night. I was not finished with the prologue

I feel like I didn't accomplish much. Such a slow-burn game. The highlights were:

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Getting a horse
Learning to read
Getting arrested because apparently townsfolk don't like you in their house uninvited and you can get arrested even if they don't say no.
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Started Yakuza 0 yesterday.. was hooked immediately
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Old 02-27-2018, 09:10 AM
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I've been playing entirely too much Overwatch lately.
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Old 02-27-2018, 09:17 AM
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Yakuza 6 demo out for anyone interested in trying the series.
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Yakuza 6 demo out for anyone interested in trying the series.
Demo is 36.5GB...we've come a long way since those CDs that came with PC Gamer.
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Demo is 36.5GB...we've come a long way since those CDs that came with PC Gamer.
The CDs with like 6 demos.
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The CDs with like 6 demos.
And hundreds of Doom WADs.

Demos/shareware for Descent, X-Com and Dark Forces...I would have been all about this issue.

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I've been playing this quite a bit. Lot of fun.
More fun than I thought it would be; even the combat system!
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yes. love the setting, hate the lockpicking.
Once you get to level 7 or so, the easy chests really are easy. Make sure you take the stronger lockpick perk as soon as you can get it.
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