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I thought this game was gonna suck since I heard it wasn’t as scary as 7. I’ve played for like 6 hours ish I think, and it hasn’t been scary at all. What is has been is absolutely fucking hilarious and enjoyable nonetheless. It’s like campy B horror at its best/worst, which I can totally get down with.

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I like pretty stuff. I like to look at pretty things and be pretty. I've played a thousand gruff bad boy characters, and at this point I'd rather play a cool bad-ass female that looks good while she's kicking ass instead of some huge beefcake generic action hero type. Female fashion is just more fun too. I'm not suggesting it has to be revealing or sexy, but women's clothes just have more variation and accessories most of the time. As a dude IRL that pretty much only chooses what shirt and pants combo I'm going to wear, it's refreshing to be able to wear things that I don't in real life.

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I hope they do what makes them, and their families happy. if that happens to be the occasional stream or podcast, or some other form of content, then awesome! If that means finally enjoying some long-needed privacy, then cool too. It hurts a hell of a lot right now, but good for them on making choices that will make their lives better.

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Never! I usually catch the sale price, which I actually think is a little too cheap. But either way, raise or lower the price, I will remain a primo member until the bitter end.

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It's a massive time waster, the kind of game that feels like i'm being bent over as i play it. the freemium progression is at a snails pace, and there isn't enough interesting content, so you end up playing the same shit over and over. It's also extremely buggy, and you will often lose the progress you worked so hard for.

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Some dude I worked with just sat there and played gacha shit all day. He tried to get me into a couple, and I quickly realized the game part of it is even more bland the the gambling aspect. Work itself was more fun and interesting than playing Fate: Grand Order or that Dan Machi thing. Why would people even pay to play that stuff, it's like those fake mobile games that you see in ads. I can understand Genshin because it at least has a playable game surrounding the gacha BS.

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#8  Edited By butterstick1

Having played through this game nearly twice now, i don't think I'll go back for a whole playthrough, but I'll def pop in and check it out one night.

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I absolutely loved Dragon Age Origins when it came out, and played it through to completion, including the expansion. I played the Dragon Age 2 demo for about 30 minutes and decided I was definitely going to skip that one. I think I got about halfway through Inquisition before just getting bored.

Inquisition kind of faltered from its open-world design. It was a welcome change, until I realized how much busywork I was actually doing. I probably should have just kept moving forward with the story, instead of burning myself out while trying to clear out each map.

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#10  Edited By butterstick1

Lovin this game. Google Earth VR blew my mind, but having an actual proper game that has the whole planet.. that's still crazy to me

I have a pretty high-end machine, but sadly I have pretty poor performance. With a 2080, 32 GB RAM, i7-6800k, installed on and SSD, 1080p, I have to turn off data streaming, AI traffic, and turn settings to medium to hold a decent framerate. And even then I get 30-40 fps in NYC.

That didnt stop me from buying a VKB Gladiator NXT and a Thrustmaster TWCS though. I've been wanting a HOTAS setup for a long time now, for VR mainly, but now with Flightsim I have enough reasons to justify it.

I play with no plane damage, so i can do some ridiculous maneuvers if I get bored, but I really enjoy studying all the screens, figuring out what these numbers and diagrams mean, and learning what really goes into flying a plane.

Seeing New York City in such great detail is wild, even if you get really low to the street. Obviously it's got the weird artifacts everywhere from imperfect data translation, but honestly, as I'm flying around the streets in drone mode, I wish this game was also a driving simulator lol. Imagine... the whole world in a driving sim. :0

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