@punkxblaze: You forgot funky student. Something something Adam Boyes.
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- Gave Faith the money. It just felt right in the moment. Although when I chose to pay for the drink I'd forgot that Bigby had no money.
- Stayed out of it with Beast. Bigby had shit to do, he ain't getting in no relationship bother.
- Went to Toads first, he sounded like he needed the help.
- Didn't prevent Lawrence's death :(
- Didn't suspect anyone, because I genuinely don't have a suspect. Not enough evidence to say one way or the other.
Arrested Tweedle Dee, just for hitting me more than anything. The Woodsman seemed cool at that moment.
I also ripped that guys arm off, to show that Bigby ain't nothin' to fuck with.
Also, would reading the comics now spoil anything in the games do you think? Because I really want to read them, I thought this episode was fantastic and want more of this world.
Whatever you do, leave Citadel for after you've done anything if you get it. It's basically one last farewell to all the characters and it's really rather sweet. Having that as my last memory for the series is the best thing Bioware could have done considering the circumstances.
Gravity Bone and Thirty Flights of Loving are pretty good. The former is free, and they're both 30 minutes long maximum. I enjoyed them.
The Sam and Max series by Telltale isn't really an emotional journey, but if you start from season 1, episode 1, they're sort of...comfortable. They're reliably funny and inventive, and there's something relaxing and comfortable about the episodes. Each one is 2.5 hours max.
I, too got it for free on PS+, but ended up quitting early on. Should I continue? I found the general interface stuff to be confusing and wasn't sure if I was doing the right thing with regards to the gameplay/side missions, etc. I got up to the first cave thing where, at the bottom, some plants(?) shoot out of the ground and you have to run out. Would it be wroth me trying it again?
That stigma is still there, definitely. Just the other day I was wearing a Bioshock Infinite T-shirt, and someone asked me what it was from. I told her it was from a video game and her eyes couldn't have rolled more.
A lot of the time I feel like video games stop me from being social, but then I realise I'm wrong. If I'm not playing video games on a friday/saturday night, I'm on the internet. If I'm not doing that, I'm reading, making origami, watching movies, doing work etc. But that's just me.
Play video games if you enjoy it, man. I view them as a hobby just like anything else. I started worrying a lot less about how (most) people see me when I realised how little they think of me on a moment to moment basis.
This question is always dumb. We filter out all of the bad shit decade by decade and only look upon each time with rose tinted glasses. I've never heard anyone say "man, the 90s were such a shitty decade for music" or something to that effect. In 40 years people will be having this same conversation, only the 'old' music will be what we're listening to today, and all the arguments will be the same.
Back when I was younger, I remember having just gotten a 360 and getting really into achievements. I collected all the collectibles in Just Cause (Yeah...). It took me like 2 weeks, and I just played a classic rock compilation album whenever I played it. So now whenever I hear Rebel Yell, Barracuda, White Wedding, and others, I just think of Just Cause.
Not a song, but I remember having a massive box of those red lip sweets and eating them all over two days playing the 007 everything or nothing game on ps2. Even now, when I see that title screen and hear that theme song, I just feel sick.