EVO's forum posts

#1 Posted by EVO (3941 posts) -

After this and "i" I'm liking the direction this dude is going in. Is it much different to his older stuff? I've been meaning to listen to Good Kid but I don't like Swimming Pools.

#2 Posted by EVO (3941 posts) -

I don't get the love for the nemesis system.

Moments like the one you described were cool at first, but they're essentially no different to every other encounter in the game. The only difference is you're taking down your "nemesis", but simply dying to an Uruk isn't enough to make me consider them anything but a hurdle in the way.

They behave too similar to other Uruks, their weaknesses are too easily exploitable and the information required to do so is too easily obtained. More importantly, they appear so frequently that it becomes an inconvenience, when it could've been a significant moment.

That being said, I appreciate the nemesis system and I'm looking forward to the next game, even if I've had enough of this one half way through.

#3 Edited by EVO (3941 posts) -

Rumble in the Bronx.

#4 Posted by EVO (3941 posts) -

If you like pool, Pure Pool is really good.

If not, Pix the Cat. It's one of my favourite games this this year.

#5 Posted by EVO (3941 posts) -

I'm more excited for Secret Ponchos.

#6 Posted by EVO (3941 posts) -

My friend has been playing it pretty much non stop since release day. I think it's a colossal waste of time.

#7 Posted by EVO (3941 posts) -

I thought Driveclub found the sweet spot between sim and arcade. If it feels like that I'll probably like this game.

#8 Edited by EVO (3941 posts) -

Pink? It's purple.

#9 Posted by EVO (3941 posts) -

@amikron said:

@skynidas said:

Driveclub 2.0

Except that despite the issues, there is a good game here. The Halo series, while not my favorite, are highly respected games that have a rather large community. Can't really say the same about Driveclub.

Have you even played Driveclub?

#10 Posted by EVO (3941 posts) -

The other night I had an experience which can only be described as serendipity. An impromptu combination of flavours so delicious I had to make a thread for it.

Next time you've got a near empty jar of peanut butter, scoop some ice cream in there. Not only will you get the most out the jar, but you'll also have one less dish to clean.