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#1 Edited by Gantrathor (262 posts) -

Star Wars has been around long enough that it's become more of a concept instead of a collective body of work. And I sure love it when the concept of Star Wars is interpreted and adapted well. It doesn't matter that a lot of what's been done with it isn't very good, because there will always be someone who comes along and does something great with it, and that's what matters.

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#2 Posted by Gantrathor (262 posts) -

Can I take Pixel Piracy, please?

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#3 Posted by Gantrathor (262 posts) -

I had a big problem with the way bosses and elites were designed in the Borderlands series. I generally don't like massive health bars in any game, unless the enemies have tons of different attacks to keep things interesting for a long time. But in something like Borderlands, where your main interaction is "Aim, empty your weapon, reload," it's just absolutely mind numbing to have to fight an enemy that has one of those massive health bars. It just doesn't feel like a shooter to me anymore when I'm just aiming in the general direction an enemy and emptying my weapon over and over again until it's stupidly huge health bar is gone. Same with the Destiny boss fights. I don't like those either.

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#4 Posted by Gantrathor (262 posts) -

@zokamoka: Really cool of you! I would like to enter as well.

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#5 Posted by Gantrathor (262 posts) -

Over the last 4 years, you've spent 4029.6 hours playing this selection, which includes 333 items, is valued at $4011.5, and requires 1614.1 GB

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#6 Posted by Gantrathor (262 posts) -

The intro to Bioshock and Bioshock Infinite, the field of flowers in Metal Gear Solid 3, and walking out of the cave and into the sunlight for the first time in Oblivion.

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#7 Edited by Gantrathor (262 posts) -

Star Wars is good if you put some money into it, but it's highly restrictive for free players. Though it's worth it if you're interested in the story. Aion is a good WoW-esque game, as well as EverQuest II, Lord of the Rings Online, and Neverwinter. I'm pretty sure most of the content in Aion, EverQuest II and Neverwinter can be played for free, though I haven't checked in in a while. With LOTRO you will eventually need to pony up some cash, or you can grind a bit (well, a lot) for free stuff out of the store.

Edit: There's also Age of Conan and ArcheAge. I think I might have a problem of playing way too many free to play MMOs.

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#8 Posted by Gantrathor (262 posts) -
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#9 Posted by Gantrathor (262 posts) -

@twolines: May I take Frozen Synapse? And thanks for giving all this stuff away!

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