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Gaming General / Re: Games to look at on PC
« Last post by Timinator on February 14, 2019, 09:08:16 PM »
Got a few minutes while at the airport. Try “do you still shower with your dad simulator 2015” a real game btw
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Diablo 3 / Re: Season 16: The Season of Grandeur
« Last post by Timinator on February 14, 2019, 09:06:45 PM »
The letters refer to an abbreviation of the set name. The number is how many of that set to equip. And this season you get the rrog bonus for free (qualify for full set bonus at set-1)
M is marauder
N is not lovecrafts dog but a DH set
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Diablo 3 / Re: Season 16: The Season of Grandeur
« Last post by Lego on February 14, 2019, 08:19:52 PM »
So I'm super out of the loop. What is N6M4?
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Gaming General / Games to look at on PC
« Last post by Lego on February 14, 2019, 08:19:03 PM »
So I haven't payed attention to PC gaming in over a decade. Had my MacBook, and before that ran Linux for a long time. So, to say I'm out of the loop is an understatement.
Any recommendations on games I should look out for? I already know I'm getting Skyrim and Monster Hunter World. Other than that, I'm clueless.
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Gaming General / Re: Skyrim on computer
« Last post by Lego on February 14, 2019, 08:14:48 PM »
Ok yeah, thanks for that advice. The system just manages 30 FPS at normal in 1080p (I've already figured I'll do most of my gaming at 1366x768), so I don't have any room to play around with performance wise.
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Diablo 3 / Re: Season 16: The Season of Grandeur
« Last post by Sssith on February 14, 2019, 06:20:03 PM »
I found it to be pretty tanky but annoying and not as fun. UE was a true glass cannon and I really enjoyed it.
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Gaming General / Re: Skyrim on computer
« Last post by Pixie on February 14, 2019, 06:18:18 PM »
I've never seen a Switch in action so I don't know how it looks/performs. My gut reaction, however, says that it's not going to be significantly better-looking on a PC without throwing lots of mods at it - and that is where you can absolutely murder your performance in a hurry, so be careful and add mods just 1 or 2 at a time until you can gauge their impact.

It will, however, look tons better than the PS3 version...

Basically, I'd suggest staying away  from too many "make it prettier" mods and instead focus on the mods to improve gameplay, especially if you've only ever experienced it vanilla, without all the glorious things to make it mechanically better.
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Diablo 3 / Re: Season 16: The Season of Grandeur
« Last post by Cluck Kent on February 14, 2019, 04:24:53 PM »
Same here Orbert. Interesting build N6M4, tough with all the buffs up, but it's a button pusher compared to the UE and it's downright irritating in the Keep maps with all those tiny rooms. Still not nearly as button pushy as some of the builds I've tried.
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Diablo 3 / Re: Season 16: The Season of Grandeur
« Last post by Orbert on February 14, 2019, 11:31:28 AM »
I managed to put together an N6M4 last night.  I forgot about the Cloak of the Garwulf and recycled it instead of cubing it.  I cubed some Reaper's Wraps instead.

Pretty fun.  It's a very "active" build; you gotta hit them buttons and stay on top of things to keep the buffs up and the monsters down.  She's specializing in Cold right now.  That might change, might not.

I don't care about scoring high on the Leader Boards or having the build that kills the fastest.  I care whether or not it's fun to play.  Sometimes staying on top of things and seeing what the build can do is fun; sometimes I just want to kill things.  I guess I'll always have M6 or UE for that.
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Diablo 3 / Re: Season 16: The Season of Grandeur
« Last post by dave in the basement on February 14, 2019, 08:56:28 AM »
Yeah, the top of the leaderboards are running N6M4 with fire, and Cloak of the Garwulf in the cube.

I completed a 97 with the combo, but man was it slow. None of my gear is augmented, so there's definitely room for improvement.

I think I'll do some speed 75s with UE until I get a nice boost in gear to the other sets, plus I can level some gems for augmenting. 
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