I'd probably go to a UK meet up.
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Things will change slowly. They will eventually "replace" Ryan, although only in productivity terms - personality wise he is irreplaceable.
But things will change, the new order will slot into place and with our help, Giant bomb will keep going, and Ryan will never really leave it.
A depressing thought came to me regarding the ending.
It seems to me that even after Elizabeth drowned Booker, that just creates a separate universe in which Booker is drowned and Comstock never exists. But the universe where Comstock rises up out of the water from a baptised Booker still exists somewhere.
So ultimately, these human beings are driven by their desires, wishes, and what they feel to be the right decisions. But in the face of mind bending metaphysical science, every attempt to make meaningful change is just impotent screaming into a void.
i think calling this guy a liar is justified when he describes "solid AI" and good graphics.
Because they're lies.
This was the feature that got me to buy premium.
Specifically, it was Elderscrolls: Daggerfall, which if I am not mistaken was the first ever Random PC game. Back when they were trying to incorporate eating breakfast at the same time. If I remember rightly, Random PC game was almost just a podcast, or simple video format where Vinny and Dave would discuss old PC games over breakfast.
But it became playing Random PC games every so often - Dave totally hated playing Daggerfall, but I loved watching them do it. It's arguably still the best Random PC game episode to date.
Things improve considerably not long after this though.
Reading this has poitned out just how little patience I have for hard games. I'd say the part in the forest of the first town of the Witcher 2, where you have to hunt down those beetle queens. Getting to it a second time is what stopped me from completing my second attempt at the game.
The difficulty curve in that game is backwards - The game starts much harder than it should - and then curves downwards as it gives you more abilities and teaches you more techniques without making the enemies any more difficult to compensate. Especially recently with the enhanced edition updates.
i don't care though, because it's challenging *enough* - and the game over all is incredible. I love Witcher 2, so so much.
But yeah, when that game first game out? Like, the few hours following its release? Fuck that. It was unreasonably difficult - and parts of the internet were up in arms about it. Rightfully so.
I recently finished it on 360, and it is was a phenominal experience.
Man, my PC sucks, but I kinda want to play these games...
Is the 360 version of the Witcher 2 alright? There isn't any cut content or anything is there? Also how important is it to play the first Witcher before two?
The drawbacks to the console version are minimal at best. If you don't know the difference from the PC version, you seriously won't care. They're minimal graphical/animation/menu changes.
You should play the Witcher 2 on 360. But to enjoy it fully, expect a meaty, complex story to get really invested in - really get invested in. Read the Codex, the character bios, read the questlog fully.
There is so much depth to the story and the world in Witcher 2, that if you let it - it will blow you away.
I adore this series.
Brad is kind of an awkward person, so he gets up and leaves things without announcing his departure quite often I noticed.
It's especially awkward to see during livestreams, since he has to unhook his mic and so on. One time, he was just about to get up and Ryan sternly said "Do NOT walk between me and the screen right now" - Which suggests to me that Brad is kind of known for wanting to "Escape" livestreams and podcasts and so on when he isn't needed. Out of everyone, Brad is the least confident on camera.
I only notice because I share the same kind of phobias with these sorts of things.
Although he's gotten a lot better over the last year or so.
Also, this isn't a criticism. I like Brad a lot.
Just an observation.