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@berserker66666 1 guy did, they said they'd make him a custom T-Shirt for doing os.
@Tak-Kovac lol I loved how in those games I would sometimes get so paranoid and then nothing would actually happen. It's probably really interesting for the developers to see players get so intimidated by situations when there's actually nothing to fear. (I remember being super cautious about picking up an item near the far edge of a cliff....and then absolutely nothing dramatic happened lol!)
I refuse to watch any video footage of DS2. I don't want to remember any tricks/secrets/strategies I see that will spoil the challenge for me when I finally get it. The first playthrough is so damn sacred in the Souls series. There's never another playthrough that's as enthralling as the first one when you don't know what lies in wait.
@neroist Whoa, if that's true I'll definitely hold off on driver updates for a while.
You know what they say, don't fix what isn't broken.
@WolfGrey There are people who play this game competitively in tournaments. I'm not one of them, but it's the truth.
Certainly hope a fix gets implemented quickly.
While I'm definitely someone who's accepted the fact that technology just fails sometimes, a problem of this magnitude at this scope just isn't acceptable. It's borderline impossible for people to be able to do anything to work around it in this scenario.
Everyone's still waiting for Goblin Techies with bated breath.
@OHGFawx Sadly, I must agree with your comment. I would love nothing better than to have more active "core" female gamers but the reality is that this study was probably based on "gamers" as in casual games that the mainstream actually monitors.
I went to a gaming convention last month and I'd say the ratio there was like 1:3 women-to-men. And about half of those were obvious "my boyfriend dragged me along to this."
I hate people who play great games, love them to death, then immediately go and resell them despite enjoying them because they only care about playing them once.
It just feels wrong to me. I love having a collection of old, good titles.
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