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#3302

they got obsidian too, rip


#3303

Ah dang, guess there goes my hopes of an Alpha Protocol remaster.

Well, for anything but Xbox/PC.


#3304

honestly like

Two years ago I would’ve said whatever, all those tryhards who can’t stick the landing are perfect for each other

Six months ago I would’ve been frustrated because deadfire and torment 2 were so unusually good and Microsoft hadn’t failed to overproduce something in years

But all relevant parties have actually had a very good year after a long history of irrelevance so I say good for them


#3305

Alpha Protocol > Mass Effect

fight me I’m right


#3306

This is the correct opinion


#3307

In the new Warframe expansion, you get a hoverboard that levels up through grinding.

As in rails.


#3308

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden looks pretty good and is out December 4


#3310

#3311

You could easily define this forum as “a place where everyone agrees this is true”


#3312

#3313

finally, everybody can huddle around the television at parties and play season of the sakura and princess maker 2.


#3314

The axe ia a trendsetter/predicted this before. in the year 2018.

We surely must have taken a wromg path somewhere in the past…


#3315

lol

Can’t I just buy a Raspberry Pi, an enclosure, gamepad, keyboard, and mouse, 3D print a faceplate, install Armbian, buy 30+ games, build the source for ARM or install/configure in DOSBox for each and every game, create a menu system with game art, and tell everyone about it at parties?

No.


#3316

#3317

I believe these people are competing with Linux port beggers for the most vocal dozen folks on the internet.


#3318

#3319

#3320

It should just be all shareware games.


#3321

I’m a little psyched for sunset overdrive PC this weekend though I was planning on trying spiderman at some point before the end of the year still and too many insomniac open worlds at a clip can make jack a dull boy so I guess we’ll see


#3322

I found Sunset Overdrive surprisingly dull in the couple hours I put into it, falling into Microsoft-flavored Corporate Punk more than the SunnyD Punk it wanted to be.

But that wholesome tone was perfect in Spider-Man’s world, so I’d jump on that first.