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#1 Posted by IzzyGraze (866 posts) -

If he doesn't want to play with you, he doesn't have to. If you don't want to play with him, you don't have to. If you want to play with him but are unwilling to change the difficulty, play a different game.

But know that with games and every social event, people are not obligated to play with you, so everyone should be having fun. So, compromise and try to reach a consensus on rules etc that works for everyone you're playing with. If this does not work, see my first paragraph.

#2 Posted by IzzyGraze (866 posts) -

@corevi: I have no info but thanks for making this post. I had no idea that humble bundle also does comics.

#3 Posted by IzzyGraze (866 posts) -

@kevin_cogneto: Yeah I remember that part being really weird too. I ended up playing that part really honestly and followed the guy into the bathroom to make sure he wasn't taking drugs and that saved this a bit...But yeah...no real world experience of the subject matter from the writer.

#4 Posted by IzzyGraze (866 posts) -

@dudeglove@kevin_cogneto Thanks guys. I think my tastes fall more in line with yours than the people who put this game on their game of the year lists. I bought it on a sale but I don't think I'll continue on with it since, from what you've said, it doesn't seem to get better. The game rubbed me the wrong way as soon as I shot the guy in the beginning and it just restarted the game. Then when you choose your characters and it says something like 'are these those heroes?' I clicked 'no'. Apparently it was asking me if I wanted to choose different characters and I had to go through that sequence again. It really does feel like this is their first game and it probably is one of them. Hopefully they polish their next game up a bit.

#5 Posted by IzzyGraze (866 posts) -

Does this game get any better? I'm on day...2 maybe. The publisher guy hooked me up with a quick job at the daily news. That part.

So far I've ran into a couple of false choices like at the very beginning I shot the guy. Then I needed to sign the contract.

I was also not excited when the game opened up into an old school rpg. 'You need to get money. Now get X from Y and maybe they'll give Z which you can then trade in for money!.' It just very much feels like someone's first game.

I guess there's the living food to mouth theme but it seems like Cartlife is a much better game that explores that theme. So yeah, does it get any better? Am I missing something? Also, is it very long? If it's short I might just blaze through it to see what the fuss is about.

#6 Posted by IzzyGraze (866 posts) -
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End of first season of the walking dead...

#7 Posted by IzzyGraze (866 posts) -

So users are no longer allowed to wear underwear...hmm...

#8 Posted by IzzyGraze (866 posts) -

This is why we need feminism. This shit has got to stop.

#9 Posted by IzzyGraze (866 posts) -

I've seen it maybe...16 times I think I counted at one point.

#10 Posted by IzzyGraze (866 posts) -

We have a very similar backlog. I'd vote for sleeping dogs being #1. It's mission based. I can't remember getting hungup anywhere. It might also be one of the shorter ones on your list.

I'd suggest playing rogue legacy at the same time. You could put in 1 or 2 runs a day and you'd eventually get to the end just by leveling. Maybe do the same with Antichamber.

Baldur's gate is really tough to get into. I'd suggest putting it at the bottom with the FF games. Same with the Souls games.

The rest is kind of a toss up. I haven't played all of them too. I will say that I found Alice real tough to get into as well. I even put it on easy just because I wanted the story. But best of luck.