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#1 Posted by VindictivePotato (19 posts) -

Those prices make me cringe all over. Barely any benefit for the consumer.

I personally don't trade in any of my games, but if I had to, I'd just sell games on ebay. I'm sure it will fetch a better price than what those retail stores are handing out.

#2 Edited by VindictivePotato (19 posts) -

This has been a problem for me too. I have over 200 games I haven't played yet.

As a method to combat this, I joined a group on gamespot where people would come together to play a specific game and discuss it every week until we all finished it (kind of like a book club). Needless to say, it started well, then it all backfired because...well..different people, different schedules, different taste in games.

I then decided that for every new game I buy I'm going to upload a video review of the game....which will force me to dedicate all my free time to completing the game. I haven't been 100% successful thus far, I can tell you that much. but I'm buying less games than I used its kind of working. I'll try it a bit longer and see how it goes.

#3 Posted by VindictivePotato (19 posts) -

That's pretty awesome. I found music to be the hardest thing to get a hold off when making videos. I will definitely look into some of these.

#4 Posted by VindictivePotato (19 posts) -

Its a silly move but they are well within their rights to make it.

Twitch should allow streamers the right to regulate their own content. If I'm streaming an adults-only game, I should be able to flag my own video so that it blocks out my underage viewers. Only registered users who are adults can view the stream.

If members falsify their age to bypass the age restrictions, then that's neither Twitch's or the streamer's fault. Neither should be held legally accountable.

#5 Posted by VindictivePotato (19 posts) -

@chaser324: seven days is not that bad. I'm okay with this if they keep it at that pace.

#6 Posted by VindictivePotato (19 posts) -

I'm going to sound like a douche saying this, but I don't prescribe to the number rating systems anymore. I prescribe to glaring flaws and praise-worthy aspects of video games. i.e, do the good points outweigh the bad points. i actually started a youtube gaming channel with an emphasis on this review system.

Anyways, while I don't believe there is a such a thing as a the perfect game, the closest I've seen/played has to be the original Deus Ex.

#7 Posted by VindictivePotato (19 posts) -

its great that I can get a refund if I don't like a game's initial hours or if I have technical issues

but the question now becomes; When will I get my refund? With Valve's customer service reputation, its probably going to take forever.

#8 Posted by VindictivePotato (19 posts) -

Can't wait until Assassin's creed goes the way of the Dodo. Soooo many good IPs Ubisoft could be making but they put so much effort and spend so many man hours in Assassin's Creed games that rarely play differently from each other. They keep this up and the market will be over saturated with Assassin's Creed games and ultimately it will end up like guitar hero.

Meanwhile, Beyond Good and Evil 2 is sitting in a cesspool somewhere in the nether regions of Ubisoft's offices.....

#9 Posted by VindictivePotato (19 posts) -

My only recommendation is to be patient and try to find ways of getting to your goal.

And if all else fails, and you can't take anymore, either take a break and revisit it later or if you wanted to just get it over with; there are a lot of resources or walkthroughs online.

I'm currently exploring each level one by one and uploading my walkthroughs of ways I think is the easiest to get through the levels with as little effort as possible. I have the first 10 levels up so far. If you want to check them out, shoot me a message and I'll throw you the link to the videos.

#10 Posted by VindictivePotato (19 posts) -

Its a great mod for those who want a more balanced costume disguise system.

Thanks for posting.

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