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#1 Posted by Zlimness (630 posts) -

Overwatch really has it's ups and downs, WTFs and totally-saw-that-coming moments. Have you captured anything you want to share?

I'll start with this. One of the weirdest matches I've played. 1:42 minutes on Temple of Anubis. I'm usually pretty fast with Soldier, but I could barely keep up with my team on this one.

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#2 Posted by Zlimness (630 posts) -

Nah. You get matched with people of the same skill level (most of the time) so everyone is going to be n00bs when you start playing. Each character has a difficulty rating, so I suggest that you pick an easy hero.

You can't play competitive before level 25, so Quick Play is where most people go to just learn the game and have fun. You'll have the occasional try-hard, but you usually don't spend that much time with the same people. Just ignore the try-hards.

Last but not least, try not the that the game seriously if you play with random people. No matter how good you are, some heroes will always be weaker against other heroes. Sometimes, you will just end up in situations that you can only laugh off. Overwatch is not a one-man-show, so if your team doesn't care, just play for the hell of it. If you play with 5 other people over voice chat and everyone knows what they're doing, then you can take it more seriously.

So yeah, just jump in. It's a heck of a fun game.

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#3 Posted by Zlimness (630 posts) -

Nah, probably not. Battleborn seems like a time investment and I don't have all the free time in the world. At least not with a game that seems kind of mediocre.

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#4 Posted by Zlimness (630 posts) -

Heck no. It's just a waste of space and power cables.

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#5 Posted by Zlimness (630 posts) -

There used the be a time when Fallout and Elder Scrolls were two completely things and I liked both for different reasons. While I still enjoyed Fallout 3 for what it was, Bethesda's take on Fallout is not what I'm looking for. Obsidian did an immensly better job with New Vegas, a game I initially brushed off as just a lazy expansion. But despite looking very familiar, NV felt like Fallout where Fallout 3 felt more like The Elder Scrolls.

Though I'm glad Fallout lives on, it's hard to distinguish between Elder Scrolls and Fallout under Bethesda's banner. But if I had to pick between them, I'll wander the wasteland any day instead of hanging out with elves.

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#6 Edited by Zlimness (630 posts) -

Fallout 1. I remember playing a demo of Fallout 1 when I had a subscription for PC Gamer. The demo featured Junktown and I played the demo several times, going through the different scenarios. I was so impressed I ended up buying the full game.

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#7 Posted by Zlimness (630 posts) -

Any modders in the house wanting to take a shot at fixing this game?

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#8 Posted by Zlimness (630 posts) -
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I have 100/10 mbit. I live on Gotland. It's an island in the Baltic Sea near the Swedish mainland. I pay 212 SEK which is $24.

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#9 Posted by Zlimness (630 posts) -

The GMP cost becomes a non-issue after you realize that red containers with precious metals are 500k each. The airport has 3 of those containers, that's enough to deploy 50 times if your deployment costs are 30k. So I don't really consider the cost of my deployments anymore.

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#10 Posted by Zlimness (630 posts) -

Clock says 131 hours. I didn't go to every single treasure icon in Skellige, but I did almost everything else. That includes every minor sidequest and collected every Gwent card. I'm planning on going back to Witcher 3 when all the DLC is out. I had a great time with it!