FoolishChaos's forum posts

#1 Posted by FoolishChaos (456 posts) -

Probably my favorite game of all time.

DA2 was okay, if only because its set in the same universe and I loved origins so much! I replayed it recently, and it held up much better given the distance (I was so excited for it at launch).

Would highly recommend this to anyone who likes RPGs, and could squirrel away 50ish hours to play it

#2 Posted by FoolishChaos (456 posts) -

Love ya patrick, but yea the link you posted to shadowfiend and the pics are of his old model. You don't even really need to link to his stats or whatever, because nothing of significance changed about him aside from his appearance.

#3 Edited by FoolishChaos (456 posts) -

These kinds of threads/posts are really common when a popular game comes out and Jeff doesn't like it.

Jeff seems to like destiny exactly as much as I expected him to. I don't think anything has changed.

#4 Posted by FoolishChaos (456 posts) -

They are completely different games. I don't understand

#5 Posted by FoolishChaos (456 posts) -

The kickstarter seemed really scummy and ill advised from the start.

I mean, I can understand someone who is passionate about a certain kind of game, wanting to make that kind of game. I'm sure everyone here has had ideas they wanted to see in games they love.

And if you are the Yogscast, you potentially have the clout and capital to do that for yourselves.

The problem comes when they start making "and you can play as Lewis" and jaffacakes and shit a core feature of your game. It just comes off as shitty and pandering

#6 Posted by FoolishChaos (456 posts) -

So much content, but TI4 + my job starting this week means I haven't seen any of it!

#7 Edited by FoolishChaos (456 posts) -

Most of the conventional press is new to the moba genre. The international got a new swell of people interested in it, including journalists, and Dota is the newer one. Its not as popular as League, but it is still bat shit crazy popular, and it has the reputation of being a harder game to master, so it kind of seems natural to start there if you are knew to the genre.

You know each game will take hundreds of hours to "master", so yeah it seems logical to start with the one that will take you farther and potentially be around longer.

#8 Posted by FoolishChaos (456 posts) -

Exploration with nothing else is not appealing to me.

I guess that means I am ruining video games guys, sorry!

#9 Edited by FoolishChaos (456 posts) -

So, like I said, you save money by not drinking. But for those of you in your 20's, looking to make friends, this is a pretty good case to suck it up and just drink

@pinner458 said:

There's a guy in my college that doesn't drink but when ever we decide to go out, like all planning on getting proper messed up, he insists on coming and it is so annoying when he just sits around not drinking, he doesn't even get a coke.

#10 Posted by FoolishChaos (456 posts) -

Not everyone likes drinking. I'm 22 and I don't drink.

Life is obviously easier, in some sense, if you are able to eat/drink what other people want to eat/drink. But you save alot of money, so that's cool