Yeah, I've already tried out the loot 2.0 on the ptr, it's been great. But now I'm waiting for RoS to not burn out on D3 early.
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If I recall I picked revenge. Simply because at that point I didn't believe in redemption of that character. You killed so so many people in pursuit up to that point just to achieve your goal, in my eyes there was no redemption. Not putting the bullet in the last guy just felt completely disingenuous after all that led up to that, a hollow gesture.
DNF was 99% 3D Realms and 1% Gearbox. They didn't make the game, they just finished it up and put it out.
True, they didn't actually make the pile of crap, they merely picked it up off the ground, brushed it off a little, and sold it to consumers. That totally doesn't count!
No one is denying DNF was atrocious. The point is that DNF was already shit even before they touched it.
They themselves only turned 1 game into shit, A:CM. While they roster of alright games is far more extensive. The issue is with the original statement.
Most likely it will be some kind of agile DW build.
I already did magic in Demon's, and did the heavy/tanky build in Dark, so it's mostly about trying something different and relying on a new set of skills to do well.
@cale: Where did you get it 50% off??
Make sure to use the 5OFFTHIEF code. It still shows as costing £19.99 in my order page, but no money has been taken yet and it shows the code was used. I'm assuming it will just take £14.99 when it charges me.
DON'T consider them official, the reason they are so cheap is because they're russian keys and sold to US-UK users. If steam finds out they will ban your key no questions asked.Google and you will find tons of info about it http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2610416 . Just a heads up.
So the game is not 50% off, you're just getting a cheap key.
What? Russians pay 15-20$ on steam for new releases?
For a lot of the games (that are normally full priced) yeah. It's because the income levels are much different. When games were $50-60 back in the day no one bought them except the rich, 99.99% just pirated stuff. Lower pricing is how buying PC games actually became a viable thing again there. Same goes for hard copies not just Steam, tho they cut some corners there with cheaper cases and no manuals. For an average dude that $15-20 is the same purchasing power as $50-60 in US/EU.
This price difference is also one of the main reasons why Steam has a separate game version ID for Russian region releases of the same game. (and localization obv.)
Just finished it and gotta say I really enjoyed it. It's not a hard game like people say but that's totally fine, in fact being able to relax and just have a romp while playing it is one of the reasons I enjoyed it as much as I did. It's a nice chill game that can make you feel like a bad ass. I also liked it's responsive controls and snappy animations, makes you nimble. It was also fun finding out better tactics to use against certain enemy types, using various weapons and abilities.
The textures can be a bit of a bummer when the game does closeups on characters and the whole checkpoint before unskipable boss cut scenes thing really needs to jump of a cliff, how is something like this still a thing in games, sigh.
Would definitely recommend.