ScoreSetter's forum posts

#1 Posted by ScoreSetter (101 posts) -

I got to The Room a few months ago on my phone, but damn if it wasn't fantastic! Really interesting read into the mind of a developer knowledgeable and respectful of a malignant, mobile, F2P market. I can't wait to see more from them and get more discussions like this.
I'd also add that I'm one of those 99% that doesn't pay for Clash of Clans while enjoying it.

#2 Posted by ScoreSetter (101 posts) -

11 dead. 28 injured. 20 jobs. $13,000. The week echoed in my mind like something that happened in the last week.

They don't let me name names on this blog, but the person behind the hit I was investigating is probably being picked up by the East Point police about now.

I, er, may have killed more people than I actually avenged here.

The trigger man's dead. I thought that would feel good. It did.

I don't know.

I guess I picked the least shitty of two incredibly shitty sides.

Maybe that doesn't matter. Maybe all that matters is justice.

Either way, I think I need 10ccs of ketamine and a Columbo marathon.

Great game. Would play through again. I'll try to kill everyone in one playthrough and kill as little as possible (are you able to kill 0?) in another.

#3 Posted by ScoreSetter (101 posts) -

I saw the opinions of the other DLC areas, but was wondering if anyone played the Demon Lord Belial add-on. What does it add? Is it worth the 800 points price tag?

#4 Posted by ScoreSetter (101 posts) -

@Sweetz said:

I just finished it and I'm on the fence. The graphics are rather pretty, and the music is effective for lack of a better term. However, I wish it told a more comprehensible, well defined story instead of stringing together a bunch of random, nebulous anecdotes and expecting the player to form meaning out of bullshit. A rough story emerges regardless of what bits you get, but I think the game falls short of it's potential. It could have been an excellent, passively interactive short story; instead it comes off as an art experiment that succeeds in aesthetics, but fails in narrative. Just my opinion obviously, but ultimately I think I was more annoyed by it falling short of what I perceived was an enormous potential, than I was enthralled by it's visual and aural aspects.

Perhaps that's all moot given that the sale is over...

Thanks for talking it down some. Now when I eventually get it, I won't be expecting the greatest thing ever :)

#5 Posted by ScoreSetter (101 posts) -

@sixpin: I want to do all those things AND play some Borderlands. Question: Is there a joke based on Elizabeth Bennet & Mr Darcy in Borderlands 2?

#6 Posted by ScoreSetter (101 posts) -

Go to this website from your laptop. It'll rate all the requirements needed for the game against your PC specs automagically, for practically any game.

#7 Posted by ScoreSetter (101 posts) -

@BeachThunder: Many thanks. Now to forget that game forever.

#8 Posted by ScoreSetter (101 posts) -

How did you get the map and the helmet pot???

#9 Posted by ScoreSetter (101 posts) -

Was the bear on Patrick's underwear hat deliberate? If so, kudos on football reference.

#10 Posted by ScoreSetter (101 posts) -

So much Uncharted listed here, I have to post this: . It's Uncharted cut up so it's like watching the movie...all three have been compiled. I've played the 2nd but don't have a PS3 for the other two.

Otherwise on most of these lists I've seen I've played at least a little bit of everything, even 15 minutes of Pokemon. BUT I have never played any Castlevania.