I appreciated Ryan Davis's laughter, his wit, his gleefulness, and his utter lack of pretentiousness. I am still having a hard time accepting that he's gone. He had a way of making me, the audience member, feel welcome. I'm going to miss him greatly, and if that's weird to say about someone I've never met, then so be it.
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Bastion and Limbo, definitely -- they are both games worth playing even if you aren't normally a fan of those respective styles of games. Braid has a narrower appeal, in my opinion. If you like puzzle-y platforming, and aren't put off by the emotional story trappings, then Braid might be for you.
The mention of SD cards worries me, but maybe it will be ok. Also, I have no desire to catch them all. Maybe this system isn't for me.
Mr. Heir arguing for no more review scores is about as palatable to me as someone from Chevrolet arguing that Consumer Reports shouldn't give automobiles ratings because comparing their car to Honda's car via a rating is too reductive.
... Your analogy is rather poor.
I would give it at least an 8 out of 10.
Oh look, It's Patrick writing something about Xbox live again.
That's not fair. He was all over the psn hacking thing a few months ago.
@crusader8463:Got it working, I just deleted some of the mods I had
This is the first thing that popped in my mind but CLEARLY everyone on here was also smart enough to check to see if mods were causing any issues before they started to bitch.
You never get the whole story first time through a support issue. It's axiomatic.
On the main story quest, I have got as far as
, but I've been doing side quests and crafting for the last thirty or so hours of gameplay. My question is, without any spoilers, can someone give me a ballpark percentage of how far along I am in the story quest line? I have been trying to squeeze everything I can out of this awesome game before I get too far along on the main story, but I'd have some idea of how much I've got left.