UitDeToekomst's forum posts

#1 Posted by UitDeToekomst (708 posts) -

Diablo III is more fun to play on console than on PC.

#2 Edited by UitDeToekomst (708 posts) -

Feel free to add/invite me.

UitDeToekomst

i only have a level 27 Crusader at the moment (can't figure out how to get my 360 characters over), but am always willing to start a new character to group up. i tend to play weekday evenings US eastern time, and also on weekends at pretty much any time.

#3 Posted by UitDeToekomst (708 posts) -

Dan, if you read this (and you probably won't) please stand firm on your anti-mayonnaise stance. Try all the other food, movies and games that are suggested, but please for the love of god you must avoid mayonnaise at all costs!

#4 Posted by UitDeToekomst (708 posts) -

no, because then i would actually want to listen to it and don't have the time.

#5 Posted by UitDeToekomst (708 posts) -

after getting tired of people leaving in the middle of a game or being trolls in the free stuff, i decided to go premium. played a few premium games and they have been really fun. i have an extremely difficult time finding games, though. maybe because i am playing on Mac? i don't know, but it seems like there is really anyone queueing up from Premium games.

#6 Posted by UitDeToekomst (708 posts) -

Sunset Overdrive, Borderlands, Assassin's Creed, Mordor and Beyond Earth (if Mac version releases at the same time as PC... which hasn't been the case with past Civ games). I'm sure I won't get to them all in October, but those are my must-buys, anyway.

#7 Posted by UitDeToekomst (708 posts) -

Not sure if I would call it essential, but the wireless headset is pretty good if you are in a situation in which you need to keep the noise down. Maybe not the best quality in the world, but they get the job done and allow you to mute the TV entirely, and also doesn't require running a cord into the controller.

#8 Posted by UitDeToekomst (708 posts) -

I have avoided taking notes while playing games at all cost. I have always been of the opinion that a video game world should always be one hundred percent self-sustaining. Having to draw maps on graph paper, or scribble out potential solutions to puzzles pulls me out of the game to the point where it feels like a nuisance to even be playing it.

#9 Edited by UitDeToekomst (708 posts) -

The only times I don't finish a game are instances in which I am just not able to get past a certain section. For the most part, I am terrible at video games. I make Brad look like Billy Mitchell. I usually play games on Easy so that I can get through them. That being said, there are still a few in my recent memory that I just could not finish, such as Darksiders (final boss battles), Star Ocean: The Last Hope (again, final boss battles) and Sacred 2 Fallen Angel (that giant crab/lobster boss in the desert).

#10 Posted by UitDeToekomst (708 posts) -

I'd have to go with Civilization V or maybe XCOM: Enemy Within. I find both of them to have infinite replay value. Other possibilities would be open-ended sandboxy type stuff like Minecraft, Terraria, etc. Probably still go with Civ, though.