I preordered the white PS4 last night, which as we know comes with Destiny and comes out on the Destiny release date (September 9th). What I didn't know was preordering Destiny also gets you into the beta?
This will be my first PS4, so by the time I get my PS4 and COULD play the beta, it will be coming with a full copy of the game.
Is there anything useful I can do with this beta code? Like, give it to a friend that owns a PS4 or is it pretty much useless to me?
I was stumbling around on the internet and came across this website:
I can't believe how gross the internet has become in recent years. I don't mean midget scat porn gross, that I can get behind, but marketing/subscribe/need-more-views kind of gross. I always thought Top 10 lists were bad, but blarg, this is awful.
Just so my simple mind understands. All of the "We're Talking Over the <> Press Conference" will be happening at the Live Stream location with the full crew and no one will be physically at any of the press conferences?
I've got to say, I really liked how the game looks, especially the lighting, are you playing on highest graphics settings?
I haven't gotten the game yet, but I'm interested in playing as a magic based character. Would you recommend it and can you give some tips about starting a magic based char?
I am playing with the highest graphics settings.
I don't know how comfortable I would be giving tips since I barely know enough about the game to get by. I've already made a number of leveling mistakes and buying spells I'll never use. I used the preorder staff for the longest time. It requires a bit of intelligence and faith. I then bought a bunch of miracles when I met the miracle lady. Ten minutes later I met the hexer guy and bought a bunch of hexes and stopped using miracles altogether. I'm still kind of shooting from the hip with everything I do.
Definitely not the most efficient way of doing things. :)
I was summoned into someone else's game through my soap stone thing. He also summoned someone else, so there were three of us. We were just cruising, killing some dudes and then we got invaded. The three of us together didn't have too much trouble killing the invader. When he died I got over 170,000 souls, which seems ridiculous. I gained about 40 levels. Is this a normal amount of souls to get from an invader? What is the number of souls received based off of?