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@Gliave: I wouldn't say that ME1 story is that far above this game (if it even is).

In terms of being a fun and and engaging game the original Mass Effect is full of flaws. Did I have more fun the first time around? Yeah, but that game does not hold up to scrutiny. This is coming from a heavy Bioware fan since the Kotor days. The Witcher 3 is not a perfect game but it does pick when you get out of Velen and Novigrad. Skellige and Kaer Mohren are great and I didn't even do most of the side quest stuff (cuz I'm a scaredy chicken) which apparently, even by your own mouth, is where the game truly shines.

As for side quests being more interesting than the main story that is not necessarily all that a bad thing. It worked to Kotors favor I believe (or at least didn't harm it that much as the game is my all time fave).

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@guibova: To be honest I agree with you. I didn't play much of the side quests but the main quest took me a while to get into. While I have seen people hear say the game reached it height early on I think it didn't start becoming enjoyable (in story terms) till after Novigrad and Velen.

I would recommend that you go back and give the second game another chance. In terms of characters and dialogue that game is near flawless in my gaming experience. It is rare for me to find a game so densely full of fascinating, believable characters. The gameplay I don't know how to rank it (it has a steep sike early on and the becomes much easier (I played on easy though)). I can't think of a character that appears in both the Witcher 2 and 3 where version in third game is better/more enjoyable (except for Dandelion who truly is better in Wild Hunt).

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@SKaREO @kalipekona @Gamerhomer Hmm, perhaps a lower end falcon is too optimistic but it still might be cool.

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One thing I don't like about this controller is the button placement. It offends me on a subconscious level.

My main problem is how it seems to require you to take your thumbs off the left trackpad to reach the X and Y buttons. Doesn't make sense to me.

I generally like what have done in general though (especially if the whole haptic feedback thing works like I imagine/hope).

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@SKaREO @noandno @Chronobeets I had this itch to argue with you but then I remembered that Half Life isn't my thing either. Carry on.

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@SKaREO @lumzi32 @kalipekona @Gamerhomer Well, I won't argue since I haven't used it yet, but it made me think of something more like a lower end Novint Falcon than your standard console rumble. We'll see.

I agree more about cost. It seems likely to be expensive.

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@SKaREO @kalipekona @Gamerhomer Sounds a bit more than your typical rumble.

"delivering in-game information about speed, boundaries, thresholds, textures, action confirmations, or any other events about which game designers want players to be aware."

I don't fully understand what all that means but it seems a hell of a lot more than 'vibrate when you get shot' and 'vibrate when driving over gravel.'

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I have Forza 4. It is okay but it is not my thing. The last sim game I have enjoyed is the original Gran Turismo on PS and it wasn't really all that of sim, especially when compared the to the modern hotrods of today. I think the genre kind whizzed by me when I wasn't looking.

Forza Horizon might be more my speed, silly style and "poor" handling be damned.