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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.

PCs / Re: Any good freeware backup tools?
« on: March 08, 2018, 08:27:29 AM »
I quite like SyncBackFree : 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.

Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« on: March 05, 2018, 07:51:20 AM »
I finished DDLC this week-end, and it may be that I don't know visual novels that well, but damn, that was largely original enough for me.
It certainly twisted any assumptions I had going in. Do take the warnings very seriously though.

EDIT : hmm, am I being silly, or are we missing a spoiler tag ?

Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« on: March 04, 2018, 07:03:27 AM »
I loved Darkest Dungeon, but indeed some streaks of bad luck lead to absolutely impossible to avoid deaths (like when despite being at 90% light, you get surprised by enemies who proceed to land crit + death blow on your healer...) which immediately converts to a looooong grind to level new heroes.
Still, excellent game, a little bit grindy.

Currently playing Nioh which I a liking quite a bit (vaguely Dak Soulsesque, with less exploration and world-building but more combat depth), and after having many friends explain to me that it completely broke the genre convention, I have decided to give a try to Doki Doki Litterature Club despite me not being a huge fan of visual novels. No spoiler yet, I've just begun (and it is still very much a classic VN AFAICS so far).

General Discussion / Re: Do you drive with one foot or two?
« on: March 04, 2018, 06:56:40 AM »
One more for the "left on clutch, right for brake/accelerate".
Very bad form to brake with left foot, this will leave you unable to drive a manual car.

Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« on: January 21, 2018, 09:20:49 AM »
Still playing Horizon Zero Dawn (I have more or less discovered the whole map now, so I expect progression to now be very fast), and some GTA online (the new Heists they released are quite fun). Probably going to start Nioh after I'm done with Horizon.

PCs / Re: Intel Chip Design Flaw
« on: January 07, 2018, 07:07:04 AM »
To update on this topc :

2 flaws, Meltdown and Spectre.
Meltdown is Intel only, but can be mostly mitigated by OS patches which have been rolling out already.
Spectre concernes EVERY chipset made in the last ~10 years (basically any chip which has branch prediction) and has no global possible fix, just possible mitigation software by software.

Pretty bad times :/

Gaming General / Re: Your newest games
« on: January 07, 2018, 07:03:00 AM »
Picked up Horizon Zero Dawn on PS4, quite enjoying ot so far though the exploration/quest balance could be improved a bit. Too many things to uncover on the map, not that many actually interesting.

Gaming General / Re: Games of the Year 2017
« on: December 18, 2017, 07:06:58 AM »
How could I forget Grim Dawn.  The closest thing to D2 that there is.  Pretty good game.  Now if you could only get a game with the best aspects of  D2/GD/D3 that would be pretty awesome.

Not played all of those myself, but have you given a try to Path of Exile ? I still have to give it a try, but that's what most of the Diablo-like aficionados I know have turned to in my circle of friends.

Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« on: September 28, 2017, 07:28:15 AM »
Has anyone played Disgaea 5? Bought it for Switch last night for something to sink a bit of time into until I buy a PS4. I tend to skew more toward the items/loot aspects of RPGs, rather than story, so the weak story doesn't really concern me.

That's not how Disgaea really works. I do like tactical-RPGs, and Disgaea is a fantastic one, but it actually tends to be... too much. It's full of qualities, but there are IMO literally too many things to do and systems to explore, it's a game played in hundreds of hours, and I find it hard to find this kind of time now.

Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« on: September 24, 2017, 07:06:11 AM »
You can suscribe, and cancel before thenext month starts, I did it at some point, I think it was for X-COM 2

Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« on: September 20, 2017, 08:26:32 AM »
You probably should limit the otherwise infinite choice by genre, but for the "WOW, MY EYES" effect of your 1070, you can look into Tomb Raider indeed, Witcher 3, the latest Doom which are three solid games (at the very least) and will make you enoy the benefits of a new CG.

Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« on: September 05, 2017, 02:58:07 AM »
Many Dark spells are quite original, and are absolutely stunning... in PvP : silence spell and the DLC spell which raises your encumbrance by a set percentage can really mess up people's builds and expectations, affinity gives you some breathing room to cast other spells, dark fogs get people out of safe zones... I had never really dipped in PvP in the Souls games until my Hexer, and loved it.

It's been a while since my last Souls run (a Bloodborne run with a friend early this year), it may be time for me to start Dark Souls III.

Gaming General / Re: General gaming chatter
« on: September 04, 2017, 04:49:40 AM »
Tbf I really didn't miss lightning spear on a hexer build given that the basic dark spell, dark orb, has many casts and while it isn't sunlight spear, it's  still more than powerul enough to still be extremely useful end-game.

Music / Re: new Queens of the Stone Age
« on: August 28, 2017, 02:54:06 AM »
Quite liking it too. They had advertised that this album was the one which would get your feet moving, and damn, they sure didn't oversell, I was dancing on my way to the train this morning.

QotSA is tight in execution, but usually much looser on the form, that may be what I am missing a bit in this album, but still a good one :) TBF, the only QotSA album I don't like 100% is Era Vulgaris, and Song for the Deaf is literally my favorite record ever.

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