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Gaming General / Re: So I fired up D2 again
« Last post by mn4nu on December 14, 2018, 10:11:01 PM »
Found a SOJ from a regular monster in the Pit.
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Gaming General / Re: So I fired up D2 again
« Last post by maxbeedo on December 14, 2018, 05:38:10 PM »
Haven't made a ton of progress, mostly been playing around with NWN:EE.  Got 3 more grailers, all Gs, Gargoyle's Bite, The Gladiator's Bane, and Ghoulhide.  My Blizzard sorc is in Hell, although she's mostly all about damage (4300 Blizzard damage, 2500 Ice Blast, 1000 Fireball), so her MF isn't great and she's only at the Crypt/Mausoleum right now, may work on getting to the Ancient Tunnels sometime since there aren't any Cold immunes there either.
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Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« Last post by Kasferatu on December 14, 2018, 10:25:56 AM »
Yes, played it on PC.  It only lasted about 5-6 hours but there is no padding in there at all.  Each mission introduces some kind of new element that in generally it pretty much throws away by the end of the mission so the game feels really varied.  Shooting is really satisfying and the set pieces are fantastic.

I only paid 5 for it so only a few awesome hours is worth it to me.
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Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« Last post by Sssith on December 14, 2018, 09:50:48 AM »
I assume you played it single player?  How long was it?  I also assume you played it on your PC?  If you can't tell you piqued my interest.
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I had a huge pile of them growing up and I built all this cool stuff from my imagination.  It was really fun.  Spent hours at as a kid.

My son loved legos growing up too, he just had a different approach to them.  He loved building them following the instructions.  When done he would put them on the shelf.  By the time he was twelve he had probably twenty different things built.  One Christmas every family member on both sides of the family contributed to buying him the Death Star.  It was freakin' awesome.  He spent months slowly building that.  I helped him figure out the trickier parts.  Again when it was done it went on the dresser.  He never play with them once he was done, just collected them.  We stopped buying them for him when he got to the point of building something complicated in two hours.

I never had the choice to build something following instructions, and I wish he would do that also.  It was probably the first indication as a parent that my child was going to be a different person than I was.
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have a giant plastic tub where most of mine (space sets, pre-lego star wars) have been mixed. lost most of the instructions but they all can be found online these days. my older daughter's played with them some, tho i think i have more fun than she does.
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I had them as a kid (and still have some of them), and our kids have all of theirs still.  The kids are older now and spend time with their electronics more than legos.  We wound up putting all the legos into bins sorted by color because we didn't keep the original boxes.  They are a toy that never really goes out of style.
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I have a lot of Star Wars Lego, but no obscene Millenium Falcons.
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Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« Last post by Kasferatu on December 14, 2018, 04:12:31 AM »
I've now finished Titanfall 2.  Probably the best FPS campaign I've ever played.
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I have a collection of Lego Elves. I think they're adorable. Fight me.
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