bucifer's forum posts

#1 Posted by bucifer (88 posts) -

If this is a long time investment and you don't plan to replace it for a good while then a PC is a good idea for the long run. Because PC games rely more on the GPU than anything else, you can get away with just upgrading the graphics card and keeping everything else more or less the same. I'm still rocking my first gen i5 from 2009, but I've been through 3 graphics cards since then.

Like @s10129107 said, laptop gaming is always less than ideal. Ventilation is always a problem and they get really hot, and I mean hot to the point where you can't hold it in your lap or touch the keyboard.

At the moment I have a pretty decent laptop that's my main PC and the only way I can play games comfortably on it is to hook up an external monitor, keyboard, mouse. So it's basically a desktop :)

#2 Edited by bucifer (88 posts) -

old shit is awesome, new shit is weak, there, thread closed!

#3 Posted by bucifer (88 posts) -

If only there was some kind of website with a huge database of every videogame ever made that would have some kind of feature to allow users to build a list of sorts with video games they owned or liked....

#4 Posted by bucifer (88 posts) -

@akyho: What I was trying to say is that maybe stick to AI battles until you get a hang of how the game works and until you learn some of the heroes. I mean if you're good, who cares what character you pick?

I'd like to tell you to get used to it but I'm not going to. I tried playing Dota 2 but the community is so unwelcoming that I decided it wasn't worth the effort to invest so much time in a game just so people would stop telling me I suck.

#5 Posted by bucifer (88 posts) -

Are you playing vs other humans or vs AI?

#6 Posted by bucifer (88 posts) -
#7 Edited by bucifer (88 posts) -

Congrats to your grandfather!

I liked Bioshock Infinite, it's an awesome game. The only thing that bothered me is that I had a similar reaction to Half-Life 2 when it first came out and every time I play Infinte, I think to myself "man, this is so much like Half-Life 2". Huge city governed by oppressive dictator, cute AI companion girl, giant pet protecting AI companion girl (Dog/Songbird), inter-dimensional travel, spooky omnipresent figures following you around (Gman/The Luteces), AI companions giving you health and ammo, I could go on but I think I've made my point.

Don't get me wrong, love the game, I'm glad they made it and I hope they make many more from now on. I just wish we could move on from the dystopian setting, as awesome as it may be, before it becomes what WW2 was for Call of Duty.

#8 Edited by bucifer (88 posts) -

@forcen: You might be right. If anyone wants a Dota 2 invite they can send me a friend request and a message on Steam. http://steamcommunity.com/id/neoneoane/

Anyways, this whole invite business it getting really tiresome. It was fun the first 3 times but now Valve's just spamming my profile with the stuff. They could at least give out home Dota2 exp or gear for all my hard work, but nope, I get nothing. This might be the greatest marketing ploy ever.

#9 Posted by bucifer (88 posts) -

Still have 5 invites to give out. Just send me a PM with your email address.

#10 Posted by bucifer (88 posts) -

Yo guys, got 9 invites! If you want one, just PM me with your email address!