@kerse: It's spelled 'Semetary' because that's how it was spelled on the sign leading to the cemetery in the book/movie.
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I fought my way to the top a bell tower slowly taking each level. On my way up I left traps to stop any enemies coming up behind me.
I reached the top of the tower, and was instructed to walk back down...then this happened.
Turned the game off and walked away.
Well you sound damn busy this weekend, best of luck (would love a link to the vid if you ever get it recorded)
I did the same thing. I must have started Fallout four times, and I would sit and play for as long as I could in a single sitting, but the second I turned it off, I never turned it back on. The graphics and game-play just presented too much of a barrier to entry. I really wish I could enjoy them as much as everyone else seems to.
Not too bad at all thank-you for asking.
My wife has been travelling internationally without me for a week now, and I'm starting to feel a bit lonely.
But yesterday, I finished BtTF ep.3, and Bulletstorm, and started watching Freaks and Geeks.
cant you just get a copy from the internet somewhere??
After playing the ME games in this order:
I highly suggest playing the first game. The whole time I was playing it I felt as though I was fighting the controls, and inventory just to get through the story, but it was absolutely worth it. The reunion/emotional scenes carry a lot more weight with the back story and previous experience with the characters and the galaxy it exists in.
In short Mass Effect makes Mass Effect 2 an even better game
I do agree that some of the choices of dialogue of DA:O were very much good, neutral, bad, etc. I am more specifically talking about the big choices and character moments, when I was given the choice of 3 to 5 'grey area' options.
It is was sorts of responses that really forced me to make a moral choice for my character instead of just choosing the good option to get the good ending.
I'm still going to buy the game, I don't think that a change to the dialogue selection system is going to put me off buying a sequel to an amazing game, it's just a little worry I have.
I don't know if this is a cohesive argument or not, it's been a loooong day.