Creamypies's forum posts

#1 Posted by Creamypies (4060 posts) -

So does this effectively qualify as an Endurance Run?

#2 Edited by Creamypies (4060 posts) -

PSN: KowalskiManDown

#3 Edited by Creamypies (4060 posts) -

P.T. was made to be almost impossible to crack. I highly doubt the final game will be like that.

#4 Posted by Creamypies (4060 posts) -

For people that didn't play it originally, and giving them an option to get a version with all the DLC included as part of the package? I really don't see the problem.

#5 Edited by Creamypies (4060 posts) -

In fairness... as much as all these delays suck... my wallet thanks each and every one of them. Spacing these releases out more throughout the year is in a lot of ways, a financial gift.

#6 Edited by Creamypies (4060 posts) -

PS4 for me. The exclusive content is enough to draw me to that version. Plus... I have the little issue of not actually owning an Xbox One...

Secondly, having played the PC version... am I the only one on here who thinks that the console version is more fun? Just that simple addition of the roll button, the ability to play with a controller and the option to play couch co-op makes the PC version inferior to me. Anyone else feel the same way?

#7 Posted by Creamypies (4060 posts) -

I can't wait until we live in a world where everyone plays games, and you don't have to make movie adaptations that appeal to those who don't.

Just play the damn game. Enjoy the story as it was originally intended.

#8 Edited by Creamypies (4060 posts) -

Well Rogue Legacy and The Swapper are two of the best indie games on Steam. Good get, Sony!

#9 Posted by Creamypies (4060 posts) -

I watched for an hour or so. Downloaded the game. Then played through the tutorial and hated it. Every single part of it. I found it incredibly boring. MOBA's are not for me, it seems.

Shame really, I wanted to like it.

#10 Posted by Creamypies (4060 posts) -

Most of them are shit now. I just stick to the professionals, especially when they're being unprofessional.

Shout out to GB, Videogamer.com & Dan Ryckerts dad!