@corruptedevil: Ahh gotcha. Thanks for the info. BTW I just picked up Witcher 1 and 2. I was looking at sales on Steam and wanted those 2, but totally forgot until you reminded me. Thanks twice!
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I have a PS3 and PS4, but don't own a 360. I know there's been games for the 360 that also came out on PC, but didn't come out on Playstation that I'd like to play. Can you guys recommend me some games?
I don't have a powerhouse of a laptop, but I just got a good deal on one. I'll post specs (as far as I know it can run Battlefield 3 on medium settings is what I read somewhere)
Intel® 4th Generation Core™ i7
1.8GHz (with Turbo Boost up to 3.0GHz)
NVIDIA GT 745M 2GB (dedicated)
Here's a link to it. Asus Q550LF
Thanks for your recommendations!
I'm from Fargo, ND. So far they've made a 100% accurate movie about our town, and shortly a TV series on FXX. Feel free to enter my world by catching up on the movie now, and show next week.
I'm kind of a big deal here.
@awesomeusername: Ok thank you. I found out its located in Settings > PSN > Privacy Settings.
I wasn't quite sure how to disable this info. I don't care about playing games, but checking into places and reporting everything I do seems a bit much IMO.
@creamypies: Right. Ideally if I stick to ps3 this isn't an issue. If I don't sync trophies, no one knows if I'm actually playing or not. The feed on PS4 says everything you do.
Any way to disable this?
Is there a way to block anyone from seeing what game you last played, trophy you've unlocked, or when you started broadcasting in the playroom, from friends on your friends list?
Edit: also I didn't find a way to file this under ps4 in the creation process on mobile, sorry.
I ask because I have coworkers on my list and don't mind playing a game with from time to time, but don't really want them to see when I've been up all night unlocking trophies in The Playroom on accident or watch me masturbate profusely on can with a beer and joint in my hand.
Any info on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
When I was 4 I was luckily introduced to hair rock / metal / beastie boys. 7 or so years later I then stole a couple tapes from a neighbor down the street where I found Metallicas albums , Nirvana, Alice N Chains, Tool, SOAD, Pantera.. then quickly got a CD player and started my NIN, ministry, and random bands from Target journey. I got into hip hop and gangster rap followed by creating dark drone type music, nu metal was next on the menu followed by Dubstep / oldies / metal core / death core / death metal / grind / doom / tech death... etc. Its been quite the experience but wouldn't trade it for anything.