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#1 Posted by AlexW00d (6654 posts) -

@zeik said:

@alexw00d said:

@zeik said:

@believer258 said:

As many as possible. If I can have as many saves as I want, then every save is a new save

How could you possibly sort through all those in a game like Skyrim? If that was me I would have literally hundreds of different saves, per character.

You don't really need to sort through them but it's not that hard, just scroll through I guess. I think. I have 834mb of Skyrim saves lol.

But like, how could you possibly make use of that many? Even if you wanted to load up an old save how could you even tell which one you want at a glance? I can't see any reason or benefit to having that many separate saves.

It's just easier to make a new clean save each time. Cuts down on issues that may arise.

#2 Posted by AlexW00d (6654 posts) -

@zeik said:

@believer258 said:

As many as possible. If I can have as many saves as I want, then every save is a new save

How could you possibly sort through all those in a game like Skyrim? If that was me I would have literally hundreds of different saves, per character.

You don't really need to sort through them but it's not that hard, just scroll through I guess. I think. I have 834mb of Skyrim saves lol.

#3 Posted by AlexW00d (6654 posts) -

If I have the option, I usually make a new save each time 'cause it's the option with the least clicks, and I have so much extra space so why not?

#4 Posted by AlexW00d (6654 posts) -

I made a monk 'cause characters that punch people are the best.

#5 Posted by AlexW00d (6654 posts) -

No, treat her like a goddamn adult and tell her that the game has darker themes.

#6 Posted by AlexW00d (6654 posts) -

I started a new city and terraformed myself a tall Island and plonked a castle on top of it to look over my growing urban centre. I had to curve the road all the way down and around the edges of it just 'cause it was too high for the road tool to bridge down to the mainland.

#7 Posted by AlexW00d (6654 posts) -

I've never actually had a phone break, in the 13 or so years I've had one. Battery lives have shrunk and stuff, but all of them still work. The reason I replaced my last phone was just 'cause I wanted a change and a cheaper sim-only contract.

#8 Posted by AlexW00d (6654 posts) -

Thanks for the heads up. It's an 18 gig download on PC. I can't imagine that there would be an 18 gig difference between the two OS's considering that it's compiled in Unity3D.

It's a 6gb download on Steam, it's 18gb installed.

#9 Posted by AlexW00d (6654 posts) -

@brackstone said:

I'd say Executive Decision and Under Siege are really the only two worth watching, and Under Siege is the only one I'd call a Steven Seagal movie.

Also I feel like he was always sort of slow and fat, so it might be hard to avoid that of phase of his.

He was not at all always fat. He was always awkward moving but to his credit dude is a great martial artist despite how he looks fucking hilarious running.

Yeah I think it's hard to look elegant when you're nearly 2m tall and fairly well built.

#10 Edited by AlexW00d (6654 posts) -

So from the films you mentioned I guess you want cheesey 80s and 90s stuff? The only film with Steven Seagal in I would ever recommend is Machete and he's not even in it much, so this is a pretty shite recommendation, sorry.