I have a DH at 60 but I'm playing a Wizard right now who should be 60 by the time of RoS. I expect that will be my main, but I like the look of Crusaders and may switch to one of them if the playstyle suits me.
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I haven't heard of a single joke in South Park that made me say, oh yeah, I want to get this game. I also don't watch South Park. Consequently, I haven't gotten the game. As a result of my decisions, I have not gotten offended.
So RoS isn't technically out yet, but they've patched in "Loot 2.0" and some of the other mechanics, and I have to say it's really an improvement. In about 2 hours of play I reshuffled my skills twice to make best use of the skill bonuses that came on the fast, furious, and overwhelmingly useful drops I've gotten. Add that to being able to tune the difficulty on the fly, and it's a whole new world, just like Aladdin always wanted. Check it out.
The thing I don't really get is how you enjoy the early game enough to have fun with that. Though it develops into a more actiony experience later on (though not a good enough one to hold my attention), PoE's early game feels particularly plodding to me.
I played a game sometime around the 90s, It was more of a simulation type game, it was an empty room, and on the sidebar there were different items, like different balls, a tennis ball, a football and so on, and I remember the one time I dropped a person inside the room and then an alligator/crocodile and the person got scared and tried to run away, does anyone know the name of this game? thanks.
This sounds like The Even More Incredible Machine.
Based on what I've seen in mods, any fan driven project is going to be too driven by personal idiosyncracies. So while they might have some good ideas, they're going to have some other ideas that are needless personal taste. Like say, if they were doing ME3, they might introduce a fight with Harbinger, which would be cool, but then they'd throw in ammoless weapons. One nice thing about big teams making games is that there are enough voices for a reliable majority to be formed as to what's broadly desirable and what's an uncommon personal taste..