DanCarmichael's forum posts

#1 Posted by DanCarmichael (220 posts) -

Nothing against turn based mechanics. In fact id welcome a completely different take to isaac.

#2 Posted by DanCarmichael (220 posts) -

Thanks guys. Will check these out. Always heard good things about Dungeons of Dreadmore. As far as which type of rougelikes, i'm not sure. I really enjoy absolutely punishing difficulty. Suppose that's why I like isaac so much.

#3 Posted by DanCarmichael (220 posts) -

I'll admit my own ignorance and say I was never really aware of this genre until The binding of isaac. I've sunk well over 90 hours into that and discovered I adore this genre. I'm looking forward to spelunky but are there any other great roughlikes I should play?

Excluding Diablo (if you count that)

#4 Posted by DanCarmichael (220 posts) -

Always feel hard to warrant paying for something so small when everything already in the game seemed to do the job so well.

#5 Posted by DanCarmichael (220 posts) -

Shawshank redemption MMO.

#6 Posted by DanCarmichael (220 posts) -

Nay, I genuinely find offending on that map pretty difficult.

It's hard to get into the base and start work as a spy due to how long it takes to get in undiscovered. It's impossible to get in as a scout if there are sentries. And I really feel you need to be accompanied by a medic if your push forward as a soldier or pyro.

#7 Posted by DanCarmichael (220 posts) -
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#8 Posted by DanCarmichael (220 posts) -

Interesting. I even ran around that area once just looking around.

#9 Posted by DanCarmichael (220 posts) -

Maybe you should just get it anyway.

For me, buying rock band and guitar hero really broadened my tastes in music. Bands which i originally thought i hated, i found to actually quite like.

#10 Posted by DanCarmichael (220 posts) -

I've only seen the first season of scrubs and the odd episode here and there but I've heard the latest season has taken a serious drop in quality. I hear they are concentrating on too much "emotional JD episodes where he tries to sought his life out.

Is this true?