Fuckin' Asura's Wrath.
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I've been trying for the last two years or so to try and get into some of the older RPG's that so many people praise but I just can't get through any of them, but I want to so bad!
So far I've played Fallout 1 and 2, Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition and the one I've spent the most time with Icewind Dale 2(because Dave talks it up so much!)
I managed to play Fallout 2 for several hours before giving up on it and Icewind Dale 2 I haven't quite given up on but I just haven't been playing it at all, sometimes I got way into it and played for hours and other times I hop in and get bored really quickly. I'm not sure what it is exactly that is a turn off for all these RPG's but they are all very difficult to get invested in and it makes me think that most of the praise and love for them all comes from nostalgia. But maybe I'm missing something? Maybe I'm trying to play the wrong ones or I'm playing them for the wrong reasons?
I'm curious what everyone else thinks, is there anyone here who has never played these RPG's but was able to play them recently and have a good time through to the end? For veterans, is there something I should be doing to enjoy these games more, should I play a specific RPG over another because it holds up better? I'd just like to hear what other people think of these older games.
I can't get into Planescape Torment either, bro. I really want to and it seems really good but it's just so difficult to get drawn into it at this point -- old CRPG's haven't aged well.
Morrowind, on the other hand -- still hard to get into, but that's my shit.
As someone who has played and loved both, this is totally the right choice. Sorry, Solaire -- you're not as grossly incandescent as Shepard.
The occasional vandalism or theft won't be a problem for consumers. Amazon will obviously know the package never got to you and will send a replacement. I'm not really sure how I feel about this whole thing though...
Q: One day we'll see a fleet of Prime Air vehicles in the sky?
A: Yes. One day, Prime Air vehicles will be as normal as seeing mail trucks on the road today.
Is that supposed to sell me on the idea?
I know damn well how I feel about that idea.
Yeah, doesn't that just mean its a new financial year and there are budget meetings?
Don't even know what DXQZY is or something. Bastion?
I think it's like a mobile game or something that you can buy at the toilet store.
So I have had a bit of a shitty week and want to celebrate its ending by talking about dumb shit. So tell me the dumbest shot you can remember doing so we can all laugh about it.
No, I don't drink
Dumbest shot I can remember doing? Everclear. Oh, wait, remember.
OT... well, the first time I ever had sex the bed broke. Which wasn't nearly as cool as it sounds and was due to my drunk friend having jumped on it the night before. So there I was, with a condom-sheathed boner, my girlfriend on the floor, and a busted ass bed to fix. It was just like the movies.
When I was a teenager, I let my then (and very soon to be ex) girlfriend drive my 85 Mustang Convertible 5.0 GT. Which she promptly totaled. On New Year's Day.
I habitually (and actually) at least mumble aloud to myself when I fuck something stupid up "All you had to do was follow the damn train, CJ."
@slashdance: Oh, that makes a lot more sense. Though, from what they've chosen to show of the game, it wouldn't come as a surprise if they'd wrote it themselves.
I mean, at that point, it's just 300 right?