For some reason, the song popup that comes up when a new song comes on while you're driving the druid plow doesn't come up anymore. this is how it happened:
1. Downloaded newest DLC (not the tears of hextadon one) 2. Played game to completion without issue. 3. Game dropped me back into overworld after credits rolled. 4. Drove into the shop and attached the oculus of the lost 5. Song player doesn't pop up what song i'm listening to anymore.
I went into a cutscene to make my car disappear and upon resummoning it, it still doesn't show the song pop up. has this happened to anyone else? Is it the oculus that's blocking it for some reason?
All good opinions. I will pickup a physical copy of Battlefield: Bad Company and my opinion is still in the air on Burnout but the ability to delete a game from my harddrive to free up space without having to wait for another two hour download is a plus. Hhmm... I must think.
I'm considering purchasing Battlefield: Bad Company (X360) since it's only 20 bucks new. I decided to browse the Games on Demand service and discovered it's also only 20 bucks there as well. I've got a large harddrive and I always install my games before playing them which is making me consider using the digital download instead of a boxed copy.
Has anyone used this service before and enjoyed it? Should I just find a used boxed copy for even cheaper?
" I've dropped Bioware completely. If it's developed by Bioware, I want no part of it. Their stories are fantastic but I cannot stand the gameplay the story is wrapped around. I loathe it. I played through Knights of The Old Republic and said never again. "
Have you played Mass Effect? It's totally different than Dragon Age or KOTOR "
I did but didn't get far and it was right after I finished Knights of The Old Republic. I've been wondering if I quit ME simply because I was burned out on Kotor. It plays differently but geez those retarded dialogue trees.... tedious to me.
I've dropped Bioware completely. If it's developed by Bioware, I want no part of it. Their stories are fantastic but I cannot stand the gameplay the story is wrapped around. I loathe it. I played through Knights of The Old Republic and said never again.
Even though guides online and the game itself say you cannot return to Eden once you leave, it turns out you actually can! There's a portal next to Azrael after you leave Eden the first time. Here's a video explaining how to get back, in case you forgot to get that wrath shard and abyssal armor piece in Eden (like me).
New console? Not so great. We don't need a hardware upgrade right now. It still feels like the PS3 and 360 haven't even reached the halfway point. Extended lifecycle for the tight budgeted consumer win.