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Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« on: Today at 03:24:18 AM »
Always at the cutting edge of video game releases, I'm spending most of my time on... Binding of Isaac (Rebirth, and extensions), which I had somehow never played, and got during Steam sales. Quite enjoying it, and how different layers of gameplay reveal themselves. It seems purely random at the beginning, but you learn how to actually manipulate and do get thebest out of what you're given.

Along this, after my initial run where I mastered Dark Souls III with caestus (ys, admire the masochism) I'm doing a run with a pyro which seems kind of easy mode compared to the first one, and a coop run with a friend with Paired Ringed Greatswords, which are completely silly, hence extremely fun.

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The Argument Chamber / Re: Trump continued
« on: July 12, 2018, 09:41:58 AM »
Apparently we Brits like Trump and his immigration policy.

Well, at least Trump can correctly parrot whatever Farage and Johnson have encouraged him to say.

He's quite jealous of not being able to build a SEA to isolate US from Mexico.

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Sports / Re: World Cup 2018
« on: July 12, 2018, 09:40:51 AM »
Though honestly I won't be too upset if France wins.  They have been playing very well.

... since the finals phase begun. First phase of the competition was quite uninspiring, but yes, since the game against Argentina they've been playing much better.

I don't care much for soccer, but at this stage it's more a matter of enjoying the atmosphere, so... ALLEZ LES BLEUS!

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Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« on: June 25, 2018, 11:43:19 AM »
Stunned today to find out I couldn't sell any cards on steam because I haven't bought anything in Steam in over a year!  Was hoping to get rid of some cards and pick up Slay the Spire, which looks like exactly my kind of game and is getting all kinds of awesome ratings.

I haven't launched it yet, but that's what a few co-workers spend their lunch break on and the game does look indeed very fun. I just refuse to play games in Early access, I already get more games than I can play (still not winning this battle of will), I may as well wait for them to be mostly finished before I play them.

For a completely different take on card games, very intrigued by Cultist Simulator too.

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General Discussion / Re: Update Lego Thread
« on: June 22, 2018, 03:35:32 AM »
Damn Tim, sorry to hear your surgery didn't go well :(
I do wish for the worst to be behind you and for a fast recovery now.

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General Discussion / Re: Update Lego Thread
« on: June 20, 2018, 11:27:41 AM »
Doing well. Don't want to jinx it, still waiting on some work permit validation, but if everything goes well, starting in September we'll be living in Montreal again.

So I'm trying to enjoy good cheese and wine as much as I can in the meantime :p

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Gaming General / Re: E3 2018
« on: June 10, 2018, 05:04:47 PM »
Devil May Cry 5 <3
Anthem is Destiny by Bioware.
Not sure if Sessions can stratch my skate 3 itch.

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Mass Effect / Re: All your Base Belongs to Me.
« on: May 15, 2018, 03:28:28 AM »
Ryder needs to adapt to the situation. Shepard adapted the situation to him/her.

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Mass Effect / Re: Still a Mess
« on: May 01, 2018, 12:50:36 PM »
Actually, for Anthem, think much more of it as a Destiny-like.

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Books / Re: 2018 Reading List?
« on: April 26, 2018, 10:11:26 AM »
Really not posting here as often as I should, so I'll break the list format.
I've recently been digging into some fantasy again, digging into the Cosmere universe by Brian Sanderson. I enjoyed Mistborn, read Elantris some time last year, and have now read the first two books of the Stormlight Archive (+the "Edgedancer" short novel), and am well into the third.

Not the most original material, but damn it still works extremely well. Being aware of Sanderson's grand design of all of his books taking place into a unique universe also gives quite a few different levels of reading to some of the events and references in the book, though it does feel also like the kind of project too big for its own good. (I'm still hugely disappointed with how Stephen King finished the Dark Tower series for example).

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Movies & TV / Re: Ready Player One
« on: April 26, 2018, 10:03:23 AM »
I don't mind the book being a celebration of geekdom, that was even its main selling point to me. I do mind it being this and ONLY this, and not even in the best thought way, often bordering on being a mere catalogue. Most other aspects were paper-thin, and some of the plot developments literally made me cringe.

In the end, I didn't go see the movie in a threater, but I'll probably still give the movie a try when it's available in video.

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Movies & TV / Re: Ready Player One
« on: April 06, 2018, 03:47:04 AM »
Still on the fence about seeing it. I actually didn't like the book much : the article Reigns linked about the controversy starts with a critic which sums up my opinion perefectly

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“Many people find its take on games and so-called genre art to be a dull, pandering tableau of reference points as an end unto themselves,” the A.V. Club informed.

The book was all about fitting as many pop-culture references as it could but lacked coherence and meaningfulness to the point I was getting a bit bored with it by the end, there is only so much "squeeeeee" you can get out of me with cameos. I was intrigued by what Spielberg would make of such a material, but it sounds like it suffers from the same flaws, so I'll probably just be happy with waiting for it to be available on a streaming platform or another.

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Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« on: April 03, 2018, 07:18:09 AM »
I played Dragon Dogma only last year and really had a great time too. As for announcements at this stage I'd be very happy both with a new Dragon's Dogma and a new DMC (and, despite DmC not being bad at all, hopefully a true DMC 5).

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Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« on: March 12, 2018, 06:48:45 AM »
I quite liked the first, it scratched my L4D itch nicely, so I've done something which is getting more and more exceptional for me, I got Vermintide 2 day one, and first contact is good. Ping me on Steam if you feel like playing.

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PCs / Re: Any good freeware backup tools?
« on: March 08, 2018, 08:27:29 AM »
I quite like SyncBackFree : https://www.2brightsparks.com/freeware/index.html Definitely not the most simple, but I actually did want tome rather precise set of rules, different behaviors on duplicates tec. depending on source, and it fit my needs perfectly. Drawback is you do have to define your backup rules yourself.

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