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#1 Edited by dannyglover (34 posts) -

$14.41 million

#2 Posted by dannyglover (34 posts) -

Only 3 per TV.

PC and PS3 in my bedroom

Xbox 360 and Wii U in the living room.

I move my PS4 between the two locations.

#3 Edited by dannyglover (34 posts) -

With the holiday season coming up, what are some good multiplayer games to play with friends and family (that they can easily pick up and play without too much learning)?

Here's what I can think of so far:

Multiplatform

Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls (Old gen and new gen consoles) Not the easiest game to jump in, but really fun in couch co-op.

Divekick (PS3, PC, Xbox One, PS4)

Jackbox Party Pack (PS3, PC, Xbox One, PS4)

Nidhogg (PC, PS4)

Rayman Legends (Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii U, Xbox One, PS4)

Speulunky (Xbox360, PS3, PC, PS4) (It's not easy at all, but the people I've played with love how hard it is)

Trine 2 (PC, PS4 & 360)

PC (I don't know how many people have PC's hooked up to Tvs, but these games probably work on laptops with HDMI out)

Gangbeasts

Lethal League

Starwhal

PS4

LittleBigPlanet 3 (PS3 & PS4)

Sportsfriends

Towerfall

Xbox One (I don't have an Xbox One, but I'll put recommendations here)

Halo: Master Chief Collection

Wii U

Mario Kart 8

Nintendo Land (specifically Mario Chase and Luigi's Ghost Mansion)

Super Mario 3D World

Super Smash Bros.

Wii U Sports Club (although people who've played Wii Sports might be tired of it)

#4 Posted by dannyglover (34 posts) -

I enjoyed Part 1 and have a huge backlog of games to play from Steam sales, so it's not a big deal to me that they're taking the time to make a good game, even if it's coming out late.

@ronald said:

And even then, Evolve and Witcher 3 get pushed back by six months, and games like Hale, Drive Club, and Assassin's Creed get released as broken messes.

I would definitely hate Broken Age Part 2 if it was rushed out this year and had tons of glitches.

#5 Posted by dannyglover (34 posts) -

I guess I would like to see if I can win the artbook and other stuff.

#6 Edited by dannyglover (34 posts) -

While there's no way Toy Story 4 can live up to Toy Story 3's ending to the series, if it's going to happen, then I'll just try to enjoy it. I'm don't think they'll be able to hit all those emotions I felt when watching Toy Story 3.

#7 Posted by dannyglover (34 posts) -

May 4, 2018: Avengers: Infinity War, Part 1

July 6, 2018: Captain Marvel

November 2, 2018: The Inhumans

May 3, 2019: Avengers: Infinity War, Part 2

I love that they're doing a Captain Marvel and Inhumans movie. I wonder how connected these 4 movies will actually be, since I'm guessing a lot of movie goers will just see Avengers: IW Part 1 and then Avengers: IW Part 2, and skipping Captain Marvel and The Inhumans. Also the release date for Avengers: IW Part 1 and Captain Marvel seems very close to have movies that are too closely connected.

#8 Posted by dannyglover (34 posts) -

The GB curators list reminds me that I need to get Lethal League and Marvel Heroes 2015, so it was useful there.

#9 Posted by dannyglover (34 posts) -

I play a PG, so my experience is very different, but I've found that I can rebound just fine without investing in the rebounding attribute. So you could try investing in inside scoring, where you can post up, or jump shooting, where you can hit some long 18 footers. I had a post up player in a previous 2k game, and even if I missed a shot, as long as I had the close spacing and timed the post fadeaway right, the game would say good shot.

I'm also on the Sacramento Kings and have found them to be pretty crappy teammates. They'll need way more space than necessary to shoot the open jump shot while the AI you play against will hit jumpers with a man right on them.

#10 Posted by dannyglover (34 posts) -

@perrin said:

I find it interesting that in 21 pages this thread, like all discussions relating to gamergate, barely touches on media ethics at all. Apart from when people throw those same few accusations at Zoe that have never been proof of anything really. Reading this thread and the twitter hashtag almost the entire effort of gamergate at this points seems to be about trying to manage the image of gamergate. The movement seems more obsessed with perpetuating and justifying itself than actually discussing or addressing any real issues. A huge amount of time and effort goes into attempting to discredit those critical of gamergate but very little time on exposing any of the ethical problems that are supposedly at the heart of the discussion. To me it feels like what gamergate is actually about is defending gamergate.

I'm not even sure what ethical concerns gamergate is fighting for now. Has there been anything in the games media that's been corrupt in the last two months?

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