@maginnovision: "You are trying to change your look to be less gay. Is this correct?" is a shitty thing to say. Anywhere, not just on the internet, whether he's playing a part or not. He isn't a real robot, no one forced him to say it. No one is trying to be cool by not liking shitty things. Stop being so offended by what people do or don't like.
Offended by what someone says, then finishes with "stop being so offended"". Ooookay!
This happens a lot to me with games on Steam. I'll see a game that looks interesting, buy it, and get completely hooked. Factorio, Farming Simulator 15, Halcyon 6, and Big Pharma are examples of games I didn't know anything about, took a risk, and ended up playing 20+ hours in a weekend.
Still pretty fucking miffed that there isn't a PC demo or any info about if PC is even getting one or not. I'm really hoping we will see it tomorrow when the Play Anywhere feature goes live with the release of ReCore.
From the Forza site:
We know fans are curious about the state of a Windows 10 PC demo for Forza Horizon 3. A standalone “Forza Horizon 3” PC demo will be released sometime after launch. We invite all players who are eager to play Forza on PC to try “Forza Motorsport 6: Apex”, available now in the Windows 10 Store for free. The Windows 10 version of “Forza Horizon 3” has been built in lockstep with our learnings from “Forza Motorsport 6: Apex”, which just released out of Beta last week and added wheel support. We’re dedicated to bringing the quality and innovation our fans expect from Forza to the PC, and we’re confident players will have a fantastic experience with “Forza Horizon 3” at launch.
@mirado: There is no separate achievement for using the jammer. Only got the Spokes in Two Wheels achievement for stopping the bombs and the poison.
I am doing my second play through right now. My first play through I did it all stealthy like. My second play through I'm just shooting everyone and it's going much quicker. Last night I got to the part where I have to go into the NSN. I didn't like that part so I'm taking a break for the game for a little bit. When I get the option for doing the bank part, I will be doing that part instead of talking to the bomb lady.
Do you get anything special if you choose to confront the bomb-maker and get the bomb defuser? By going after the vaults, I was able to save Miller from being poisoned, but I still got the "spokes in two wheels" ending where no one else was poisoned or blown up, making the remote seem kind of redundant (assuming it factors in around the same time as the antidote). What the hell does the disarming remote do?
At the end when Marchenko is holding the detonator, you can confront him and disable it with the jammer. I am not sure what happens if you don't do that, maybe you talk to him and try to convince him not to detonate the bombs? I used the jammer and the final boss fight started immediately.