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#301 Posted by MethodManFTW (25500 posts) -
Well that is because of the auction house. I think the auction house sucks, but it is obvious why that restricts offline play. The new expansion looks pretty dope. Who knows when that will come though. I never play PC games when I'm not connected to the internet so it doesn't bother me. :P
#302 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -
[QUOTE="MethodManFTW"]Well that is because of the auction house. I think the auction house sucks, but it is obvious why that restricts offline play. The new expansion looks pretty dope. Who knows when that will come though. I never play PC games when I'm not connected to the internet so it doesn't bother me. :P

players who want to play offline clearly don't care about the auction house, it should be optional and a clear mistake from their part in my opinion. Now i don't mind the auction house. Do whatever floats your boat, but it's not for me
#303 Posted by Garfield360UK (19508 posts) -
So much Humble Bundle goodness!Yagr_Zero
It is selling faster than light? (Third time I used that joke muwahahaha)
#304 Posted by Metamania (11964 posts) -

GTA V comes out tomorrow, but midnight launches are happening tonight. Won't be able to play it until tomorrow afternoon, so for those that do play it tonight, enjoy it and please, don't spoil it for me. :P

#305 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -

GTA V comes out tomorrow, but midnight launches are happening tonight. Won't be able to play it until tomorrow afternoon, so for those that do play it tonight, enjoy it and please, don't spoil it for me. :P

Metamania
I will spoil as much as i can without even playing it or having watched anything from the game :3.
#306 Posted by chicknfeet (15624 posts) -

GTA V comes out tomorrow, but midnight launches are happening tonight. Won't be able to play it until tomorrow afternoon, so for those that do play it tonight, enjoy it and please, don't spoil it for me. :P

Metamania
Looking forward to it dropping down to $20 :P
#307 Posted by Garfield360UK (19508 posts) -
A lot of hype around the game, is it really as good as people are saying or just the new flavour of the month?
#308 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -
To be honest, i am not a big GTA fan. It looks good, and the reviews are loving it. Though all of the attacks on Carolyn are uncalled for. That is just unecessary. However i had my issues with the review trying to fit in bias political views. I am not saying she shouldn't voice her opinion on misogony. But i think she went wrong about it. She could have done blogs and articles explaining this. But in the end of the day it's a freaking review score. Who cares?! Buy it or don't buy it. It's your money. But don't attack journalists for reviewing it. Sorry for the rant
#309 Posted by MethodManFTW (25500 posts) -
A lot of hype around the game, is it really as good as people are saying or just the new flavour of the month?Garfield360UK
It is fantastic.
#310 Posted by mrmusicman247 (17572 posts) -
[QUOTE="Garfield360UK"]A lot of hype around the game, is it really as good as people are saying or just the new flavour of the month?MethodManFTW
It is fantastic.

#311 Posted by chicknfeet (15624 posts) -
[QUOTE="Garfield360UK"]A lot of hype around the game, is it really as good as people are saying or just the new flavour of the month?MethodManFTW
It is fantastic.

They said that about GTA4 and i went in with the expectation i would be blown away by it. I ended up hating it because it felt so tedious to me. I had a hell of a time with the controls and restarting missions from the very beginning was an ass whip. Plus, it felt like they couldn't decide if they wanted to be super serious or comical. Hopefully they sharpened things up this time around.
#312 Posted by Allicrombie (25114 posts) -
A lot of hype around the game, is it really as good as people are saying or just the new flavour of the month?Garfield360UK
I hate it. =P
#313 Posted by Business_Fun (2281 posts) -

It's about 4 years after the fact but I'm in the middle if my first play through of Dragon Age: Origins, and it's awesome :) The arl of Redcliffe has been healed and the Circle of Magi bound to my cause and it's now time to see how cooperative my home city of Orzammar is feeling; since my main character is a casteless nobody who humiliated his betters on the proving grounds and was only saved from a gruesome punishment by Duncan's intervention, I'm not anticipating a rapturous welcome.

I've had to dial the difficulty down to Casual though, as I was getting my backside handed to me too often on Normal to be enjoyable. I tried to make use of the tools I had - crippling foes, reducing defences, drawing enemy hostility, getting beefier characters to look after my mages and such - but I just ended up getting swarmed and torn to bits. This way I have a fighting chance.

#314 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -

It's about 4 years after the fact but I'm in the middle if my first play through of Dragon Age: Origins, and it's awesome :) The arl of Redcliffe has been healed and the Circle of Magi bound to my cause and it's now time to see how cooperative my home city of Orzammar is feeling; since my main character is a casteless nobody who humiliated his betters on the proving grounds and was only saved from a gruesome punishment by Duncan's intervention, I'm not anticipating a rapturous welcome.

I've had to dial the difficulty down to Casual though, as I was getting my backside handed to me too often on Normal to be enjoyable. I tried to make use of the tools I had - crippling foes, reducing defences, drawing enemy hostility, getting beefier characters to look after my mages and such - but I just ended up getting swarmed and torn to bits. This way I have a fighting chance.

Business_Fun
glad you are enjoying it. It's an awesome game. I have played through it three times myself
#315 Posted by Business_Fun (2281 posts) -

[QUOTE="Business_Fun"]

It's about 4 years after the fact but I'm in the middle if my first play through of Dragon Age: Origins, and it's awesome :) The arl of Redcliffe has been healed and the Circle of Magi bound to my cause and it's now time to see how cooperative my home city of Orzammar is feeling; since my main character is a casteless nobody who humiliated his betters on the proving grounds and was only saved from a gruesome punishment by Duncan's intervention, I'm not anticipating a rapturous welcome.

I've had to dial the difficulty down to Casual though, as I was getting my backside handed to me too often on Normal to be enjoyable. I tried to make use of the tools I had - crippling foes, reducing defences, drawing enemy hostility, getting beefier characters to look after my mages and such - but I just ended up getting swarmed and torn to bits. This way I have a fighting chance.

The_Last_Ride

glad you are enjoying it. It's an awesome game. I have played through it three times myself

Did you go through it on the harder difficulties? If so, did you have any particular strategy? As I mentioned I've tried to use the tools I've been given (although I would be the last to admit I'm a tactical genius) but as the game progressed each encounter kept ending with me being pulled to bits on Normal (although sometimes I would find myself cutting right through a group of baddies who had already wiped me out several times without any variation in my tactics, adding to the general sense of consternation :P).

#316 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -

[QUOTE="The_Last_Ride"][QUOTE="Business_Fun"]

It's about 4 years after the fact but I'm in the middle if my first play through of Dragon Age: Origins, and it's awesome :) The arl of Redcliffe has been healed and the Circle of Magi bound to my cause and it's now time to see how cooperative my home city of Orzammar is feeling; since my main character is a casteless nobody who humiliated his betters on the proving grounds and was only saved from a gruesome punishment by Duncan's intervention, I'm not anticipating a rapturous welcome.

I've had to dial the difficulty down to Casual though, as I was getting my backside handed to me too often on Normal to be enjoyable. I tried to make use of the tools I had - crippling foes, reducing defences, drawing enemy hostility, getting beefier characters to look after my mages and such - but I just ended up getting swarmed and torn to bits. This way I have a fighting chance.

Business_Fun

glad you are enjoying it. It's an awesome game. I have played through it three times myself

Did you go through it on the harder difficulties? If so, did you have any particular strategy? As I mentioned I've tried to use the tools I've been given (although I would be the last to admit I'm a tactical genius) but as the game progressed each encounter kept ending with me being pulled to bits on Normal (although sometimes I would find myself cutting right through a group of baddies who had already wiped me out several times without any variation in my tactics, adding to the general sense of consternation :P).

i had problems aswell, i kept dying all the time, so i stayed on normal. I haven't been a melee character. I have tried to use my other characters and combine attacks and tactics.
#317 Posted by BranKetra (47844 posts) -

@Business_Fun: I am actually near the beginning of my first playthrough of Dragon Age: Origins. I am considering reviewing it once I complete it.

#318 Posted by Garfield360UK (19508 posts) -
[QUOTE="MethodManFTW"][QUOTE="Garfield360UK"]A lot of hype around the game, is it really as good as people are saying or just the new flavour of the month?chicknfeet
It is fantastic.

They said that about GTA4 and i went in with the expectation i would be blown away by it. I ended up hating it because it felt so tedious to me. I had a hell of a time with the controls and restarting missions from the very beginning was an ass whip. Plus, it felt like they couldn't decide if they wanted to be super serious or comical. Hopefully they sharpened things up this time around.

This is what I am thinking, a lot of good sounds about the game but I have heard this before then a few days later people get bored of it and then the issues with the game start to come about. Obviously I do not want that to be the case with any game, I was just curious to know after the dust has settled whether people were still enjoying the game or whether there are issues putting them off playing further/lack of fun or interesting things to do meaning the game is easy to put down and forget.
#319 Posted by MethodManFTW (25500 posts) -
GTA V is all about fun. GTA IV was cool, but so it is soooooo slow and so much of it is just character building and driving. The first few hours of V are build up and character development, but after like 3 hours its straight action. Just awesome heist mission after awesome mission after awesome mission, etc.
#320 Posted by Blabadon (25677 posts) -
Can we re-sticky this?
#321 Posted by chicknfeet (15624 posts) -
[QUOTE="Business_Fun"]

Did you go through it on the harder difficulties? If so, did you have any particular strategy? As I mentioned I've tried to use the tools I've been given (although I would be the last to admit I'm a tactical genius) but as the game progressed each encounter kept ending with me being pulled to bits on Normal (although sometimes I would find myself cutting right through a group of baddies who had already wiped me out several times without any variation in my tactics, adding to the general sense of consternation :P).

The_Last_Ride
i had problems aswell, i kept dying all the time, so i stayed on normal. I haven't been a melee character. I have tried to use my other characters and combine attacks and tactics.

I actually had a rough time playing it the first time i went through. I was playing as a mage and the computer kept bending me over a barrel since a mage's defense is so low. But i learned that all of the group's mages have the ability to learn AoE spells which really come in handy. Also, later on in the game, there is an option to be a battle mage (or whatever it's called) where every point you put into your magic skill will also count as your strength. That instantly turned my mage from a weak punk to a super bad ass. I was able to throw any spell at any enemy and almost 1 hit them as well as walk up to anybody and stike them down with my sword. What class is your dwarf?
#322 Posted by Business_Fun (2281 posts) -

[QUOTE="The_Last_Ride"][QUOTE="Business_Fun"]

Did you go through it on the harder difficulties? If so, did you have any particular strategy? As I mentioned I've tried to use the tools I've been given (although I would be the last to admit I'm a tactical genius) but as the game progressed each encounter kept ending with me being pulled to bits on Normal (although sometimes I would find myself cutting right through a group of baddies who had already wiped me out several times without any variation in my tactics, adding to the general sense of consternation :P).

chicknfeet

i had problems aswell, i kept dying all the time, so i stayed on normal. I haven't been a melee character. I have tried to use my other characters and combine attacks and tactics.

I actually had a rough time playing it the first time i went through. I was playing as a mage and the computer kept bending me over a barrel since a mage's defense is so low. But i learned that all of the group's mages have the ability to learn AoE spells which really come in handy. Also, later on in the game, there is an option to be a battle mage (or whatever it's called) where every point you put into your magic skill will also count as your strength. That instantly turned my mage from a weak punk to a super bad ass. I was able to throw any spell at any enemy and almost 1 hit them as well as walk up to anybody and stike them down with my sword. What class is your dwarf?

I'm playing as a warrior with a champion specialisation. I've pumped most of my experience into strength and constitution so now that I'm playing on Casual I can pretty much wade through the enemies I've encountered so far (helped by the fact that I've got some good weaponry and thick armour, fatigue be damned). Enemy spellcasters can still be a problem though (they certainly were on Normal).

#323 Posted by chicknfeet (15624 posts) -

I'm playing as a warrior with a champion specialisation. I've pumped most of my experience into strength and constitution so now that I'm playing on Casual I can pretty much wade through the enemies I've encountered so far (helped by the fact that I've got some good weaponry and thick armour, fatigue be damned). Enemy spellcasters can still be a problem though (they certainly were on Normal).

Business_Fun
I remember the part where you had to navigate through the fade for whatever reason. I think you got trapped there during your visit to the mage's college and had to fight mages there. I got my ass handed to me by a group of mages that had the firestorm spell. 1 was difficult enough to run up to and kill while getting pelted with fireballs from the sky, but i think there were 3 or 4 of them that needed to be killed. It took me forever to finally kill them. I kind of have the urge to go back and play DA:O with all of this talk. I freaking loved that game.
#324 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -
Can we re-sticky this? Blabadon
I have tried dude, c_rake doesn't want it stickied -_-
#325 Posted by Yagr_Zero (27831 posts) -
This almost dropped down to the third page! :o
#326 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -
This almost dropped down to the third page! :oYagr_Zero
So why isn't this stickied again?
#327 Posted by Yagr_Zero (27831 posts) -
[QUOTE="Yagr_Zero"]This almost dropped down to the third page! :oThe_Last_Ride
So why isn't this stickied again?

Gotta talk to c_rake first. :P
#328 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -
[QUOTE="The_Last_Ride"][QUOTE="Yagr_Zero"]This almost dropped down to the third page! :oYagr_Zero
So why isn't this stickied again?

Gotta talk to c_rake first. :P

he's the boss on this forum?
#329 Posted by Metamania (11964 posts) -

[QUOTE="Yagr_Zero"][QUOTE="The_Last_Ride"] So why isn't this stickied again?The_Last_Ride
Gotta talk to c_rake first. :P

he's the boss on this forum?

He's one of the mods, but I don't think he's the HEAD mod, if you get my adrift.

#330 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -

[QUOTE="The_Last_Ride"][QUOTE="Yagr_Zero"]Gotta talk to c_rake first. :PMetamania

he's the boss on this forum?

He's one of the mods, but I don't think he's the HEAD mod, if you get my adrift.

it seems so to me, because he makes all the decisions from what i have seen on the main boards
#331 Posted by Metamania (11964 posts) -

[QUOTE="Metamania"]

[QUOTE="The_Last_Ride"] he's the boss on this forum?The_Last_Ride

He's one of the mods, but I don't think he's the HEAD mod, if you get my adrift.

it seems so to me, because he makes all the decisions from what i have seen on the main boards

Yeah, he makes a lot of decisions, but I don't think he's an admin. C_Rake, if I am wrong, please prove me wrong. :P

#332 Posted by BranKetra (47844 posts) -
I got Far Cry 2 for the PS3 from GameStop. This is the first Far Cry game I own a copy of, so I hope it is good. An associate at GameStop recommended it. He said it is great and Far Cry 3 is amazing. I also watched a couple reviews for it. Other people definitely like it.
#333 Posted by c_rakestraw (14579 posts) -

So why isn't this stickied again?The_Last_Ride

Because I thought leaving it unstickied would bring in more activity, since it's been proven time and again that sticky threads are somehow invisible to the majority of users here.

I'll reconsider once the new site goes live. Want to get a look at how many topics per page will be displayed. May solve the problem of it dropping off the first page depending on how many they choose to list. Not much longer now.

#334 Posted by mrmusicman247 (17572 posts) -

[QUOTE="The_Last_Ride"]So why isn't this stickied again?c_rake

Because I thought leaving it unstickied would bring in more activity, since it's been proven time and again that sticky threads are somehow invisible to the majority of users here.

I'll reconsider once the new site goes live. Want to get a look at how many topics per page will be displayed. May solve the problem of it dropping off the first page depending on how many they choose to list. Not much longer now.

btw, is there a time table for the new site yet?
#335 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -
[QUOTE="c_rake"]

[QUOTE="The_Last_Ride"]So why isn't this stickied again?mrmusicman247

Because I thought leaving it unstickied would bring in more activity, since it's been proven time and again that sticky threads are somehow invisible to the majority of users here.

I'll reconsider once the new site goes live. Want to get a look at how many topics per page will be displayed. May solve the problem of it dropping off the first page depending on how many they choose to list. Not much longer now.

btw, is there a time table for the new site yet?

early-mid october
#336 Posted by Yagr_Zero (27831 posts) -

Because I thought leaving it unstickied would bring in more activity, since it's been proven time and again that sticky threads are somehow invisible to the majority of users here.

I'll reconsider once the new site goes live. Want to get a look at how many topics per page will be displayed. May solve the problem of it dropping off the first page depending on how many they choose to list. Not much longer now.

c_rake
For now, the experiment has somewhat failed considering it keeps dropping to the third page and beyond, and it's annoying me! :x :P
#337 Posted by mrmusicman247 (17572 posts) -
the sticky is back thank god
#338 Posted by Garfield360UK (19508 posts) -
So anybody do/doing anything nice this weekend?
#339 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -
So anybody do/doing anything nice this weekend?Garfield360UK
Nope :(. Working during the whole weekend :(
#340 Posted by Business_Fun (2281 posts) -

Finished my first Dragon Age: Origins playthrough over the weekend and gosh was it good; I can't remember the last time a game has gripped me so tightly. It wasn't a clean finish though - no tactical finesse here, I just dressed myself in my thickest armour, gripped my stoutest axe and hurled myself at the foe. The battle against the archdemon was particularly scrappy. After he had disposed of my teammates we slugged it out toe to toe, one finger poised over the quick heal button, all thoughts of fighting intelligently surrendered to the simple rhythm of axe going up, axe going down. Ugly to be sure, but the beast was slain and the Blight ended, and I don't think anyone could ask for more than that.

#341 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -

Finished my first Dragon Age: Origins playthrough over the weekend and gosh was it good; I can't remember the last time a game has gripped me so tightly. It wasn't a clean finish though - no tactical finesse here, I just dressed myself in my thickest armour, gripped my stoutest axe and hurled myself at the foe. The battle against the archdemon was particularly scrappy. After he had disposed of my teammates we slugged it out toe to toe, one finger poised over the quick heal button, all thoughts of fighting intelligently surrendered to the simple rhythm of axe going up, axe going down. Ugly to be sure, but the beast was slain and the Blight ended, and I don't think anyone could ask for more than that.

Business_Fun
The DLC is really good in that game. Awakening is around 20 hours. Though i spent double that when i played it
#342 Posted by BranKetra (47844 posts) -

I am pleased the PGD Lounge is stickied again. This is how it should be in my opinion.

Finished my first Dragon Age: Origins playthrough over the weekend and gosh was it good; I can't remember the last time a game has gripped me so tightly. It wasn't a clean finish though - no tactical finesse here, I just dressed myself in my thickest armour, gripped my stoutest axe and hurled myself at the foe. The battle against the archdemon was particularly scrappy. After he had disposed of my teammates we slugged it out toe to toe, one finger poised over the quick heal button, all thoughts of fighting intelligently surrendered to the simple rhythm of axe going up, axe going down. Ugly to be sure, but the beast was slain and the Blight ended, and I don't think anyone could ask for more than that.

Business_Fun

Bioware did when that company made the trophies and achievements. I am liking that Dragon Age: Origins, but the story does not interest me very much. I am paying attention to the dialogue and choosing not to read the codex entries.

#343 Posted by Business_Fun (2281 posts) -

I am pleased the PGD Lounge is stickied again. This is how it should be in my opinion.

[QUOTE="Business_Fun"]

Finished my first Dragon Age: Origins playthrough over the weekend and gosh was it good; I can't remember the last time a game has gripped me so tightly. It wasn't a clean finish though - no tactical finesse here, I just dressed myself in my thickest armour, gripped my stoutest axe and hurled myself at the foe. The battle against the archdemon was particularly scrappy. After he had disposed of my teammates we slugged it out toe to toe, one finger poised over the quick heal button, all thoughts of fighting intelligently surrendered to the simple rhythm of axe going up, axe going down. Ugly to be sure, but the beast was slain and the Blight ended, and I don't think anyone could ask for more than that.

BranKetra

Bioware did when that company made the trophies and achievements. I am liking that Dragon Age: Origins, but the story does not interest me very much. I am paying attention to the dialogue and choosing not to read the codex entries.

I enjoyed the Codex entries - they really help to give the world life. Among other things we get to sample dwarven poetry with its fondess for haikus and Dr Seuss references.

#344 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -
Glad you liked it, i read some of the codex, but never had the patience to read it all
#345 Posted by BranKetra (47844 posts) -

[QUOTE="BranKetra"]

I am pleased the PGD Lounge is stickied again. This is how it should be in my opinion.

[QUOTE="Business_Fun"]

Finished my first Dragon Age: Origins playthrough over the weekend and gosh was it good; I can't remember the last time a game has gripped me so tightly. It wasn't a clean finish though - no tactical finesse here, I just dressed myself in my thickest armour, gripped my stoutest axe and hurled myself at the foe. The battle against the archdemon was particularly scrappy. After he had disposed of my teammates we slugged it out toe to toe, one finger poised over the quick heal button, all thoughts of fighting intelligently surrendered to the simple rhythm of axe going up, axe going down. Ugly to be sure, but the beast was slain and the Blight ended, and I don't think anyone could ask for more than that.

Business_Fun

Bioware did when that company made the trophies and achievements. I am liking that Dragon Age: Origins, but the story does not interest me very much. I am paying attention to the dialogue and choosing not to read the codex entries.

I enjoyed the Codex entries - they really help to give the world life. Among other things we get to sample dwarven poetry with its fondess for haikus and Dr Seuss references.

Alright Even though the religion of Dragon Age: Origins obviously uses Judeo-Christianity as a reference which is something I have a vested interest in, I do not consider the fictional lore of DA:O to be adequately immersive.

#346 Posted by chicknfeet (15624 posts) -

Finished my first Dragon Age: Origins playthrough over the weekend and gosh was it good; I can't remember the last time a game has gripped me so tightly. It wasn't a clean finish though - no tactical finesse here, I just dressed myself in my thickest armour, gripped my stoutest axe and hurled myself at the foe. The battle against the archdemon was particularly scrappy. After he had disposed of my teammates we slugged it out toe to toe, one finger poised over the quick heal button, all thoughts of fighting intelligently surrendered to the simple rhythm of axe going up, axe going down. Ugly to be sure, but the beast was slain and the Blight ended, and I don't think anyone could ask for more than that.

Business_Fun
Glad to hear you enjoyed it. I found it to be a fun game and it was easy for me to really get into it. I remember fighting the Archdemon with my mage and found it to be quite enjoyable, especially considering how bad ass my mage was. He was a threat from a distance and up close :P. I would like to echo what The_Last_Ride said and suggest that you check out the DLC. Some of it is really good...some of it, not so much.
#347 Posted by Allicrombie (25114 posts) -

Finished my first Dragon Age: Origins playthrough over the weekend and gosh was it good; I can't remember the last time a game has gripped me so tightly. It wasn't a clean finish though - no tactical finesse here, I just dressed myself in my thickest armour, gripped my stoutest axe and hurled myself at the foe. The battle against the archdemon was particularly scrappy. After he had disposed of my teammates we slugged it out toe to toe, one finger poised over the quick heal button, all thoughts of fighting intelligently surrendered to the simple rhythm of axe going up, axe going down. Ugly to be sure, but the beast was slain and the Blight ended, and I don't think anyone could ask for more than that.

Business_Fun
I remember beating that dragon with my archer, was the lone survivor at the end as well.
#348 Posted by The_Last_Ride (69738 posts) -
[QUOTE="Business_Fun"]

Finished my first Dragon Age: Origins playthrough over the weekend and gosh was it good; I can't remember the last time a game has gripped me so tightly. It wasn't a clean finish though - no tactical finesse here, I just dressed myself in my thickest armour, gripped my stoutest axe and hurled myself at the foe. The battle against the archdemon was particularly scrappy. After he had disposed of my teammates we slugged it out toe to toe, one finger poised over the quick heal button, all thoughts of fighting intelligently surrendered to the simple rhythm of axe going up, axe going down. Ugly to be sure, but the beast was slain and the Blight ended, and I don't think anyone could ask for more than that.

chicknfeet
Glad to hear you enjoyed it. I found it to be a fun game and it was easy for me to really get into it. I remember fighting the Archdemon with my mage and found it to be quite enjoyable, especially considering how bad ass my mage was. He was a threat from a distance and up close :P. I would like to echo what The_Last_Ride said and suggest that you check out the DLC. Some of it is really good...some of it, not so much.

yeah, Dragon Age 2 lacks the epicness of the first one, but it is still a really good game if you want to explore the second game.
#349 Posted by ikedola (0 posts) -
I have the xbox one pre ordered and I have been playing GTA 5 and Madden 25. On Iphone Puzzles and Dragons
#350 Posted by Metamania (11964 posts) -

Been away for a little while, so I hope all is well with you all.

I played this game that I got from Gamefly called 50 Cent: Blood In The Sands and it is atrocious! Such bad voice acting, especially from 50 Cent. "Bitch got my skull!" Really? I wonder if they just shove a tape recorder in front of his face and had him say those lines quickly? Just...wow...and the gameplay is terrible. Not a whole lot of fun either...