I've just finished episode 5 and I have to say that Life is Strange is one of my surprise favourite games of this year. When I first bought it I was not expecting to enjoy it so much. I would be lying if I said I didn't bawl my eyes out at the end. It's really been worth it the past 7 months.
Also for those interested Insert Coin will be releasing clothing based on the game!
And more importantly where is my page!? I'm offended that there isn't one.
I'm a huge fan of HAWP, so it's great to see her doing so well in voice acting!
I made the same choice in episode 1, so that was another reason why I was against picking him.
Dryjacket - Uncle Jack
I haven't logged on for a while (I suck I know) so I'm late replying to this one.
Just finished episode 2. I think I spent 15 minutes deciding what to do with that last choice. None of them felt right. Also I seemed to have picked the choice only 7% of people did!
Overall I enjoyed it just as much as the first one, I like the direction it's going.
Hope you enjoy it.
It would be the perfect rental game. Such a shame that the only type of rental services left have subscription models. Would make good weekend rental.
I've honestly not really been all that hyped for the game. It just looks like a pretty but standard third person shooter, which sounds very last gen. The length of the game isn't an issue for me if the game itself is really good. But given the reviews I'm not willing to pay full price for an okay game that's only 5-7 hours long, maybe when it's cheaper.
Honestly the game feels like a launch title that's over a year late. A pretty game that shows off the games hardware but only a passable playing game.
Good point, future-proofing is very difficult and probably wasn't the best choice of words. Though in the long run a good i7 is probably going to be better than a good i5, especially if games get more CPU intensive. But a it's as you say, depends on what you want to do with the machine.
And damn, that is a beast of a PC.
Depends on the type of i5 or i7 you're looking at. I have an i5 but it's a pretty good one and has good overclocking potential. But I would recommend a good i7 so you can future-proof your PC. Looking back I wish I got an i7.
I found http://www.reddit.com/r/buildapcforme to be a good place to see what build you could get for your price range. That's what I did when I built my PC last year and just used the parts someone else recommended and I can't fault my PC so far.
For sure I recommend you get an SSD for the OS, thanks to it my PC loads up super fast. But also get a normal 1-2TB hard drive for space as SSD are rather expensive and the space on one of those won't be enough.
Revive (Introduced Species) - Hands like Houses
Jefferson's Shadow - Dryjacket
I say Dragonball Zee rather than Zed. Probably because the (English) theme song says Zee.
I personally don't mind review scores, that and a small summary can give a good idea of what the reviewer thinks of the game. But I can see why publications may want to get rid of it. They can cause so many pointless arguments by people who don't really understand what a differing opinion is, so to save the hassle and potential backlash they ditch it.
When it comes to Metacritic, it should be harmless, but the industries huge reliance on it is worrying. While a bit ****** Bethesda's New Vegas bonus stuff isn't a huge deal in my eyes, companies often set benchmarks for their projects which can affect their bonuses, and I'm pretty sure Metacritic wouldn't have been the only benchmark in that regard. Also it was a bonus, it's not like they lost all their pay. If I had performed worse then expected I wouldn't expect my bonus. Now the idea of using Metacritic as a benchmark is a different can of worms. As a metric is has too many unknown factors and outside influences that can affect it, making it unreliable.
Edit: Also knowing that your review may have an affect on the sales/representation of the final product and therefore the developer is to be expected. Work for a big publication? Score a game low? Don't be surprised if that publishers/developer takes a small hit. It comes with the territory.
I'm glad they are showing more of FFXV the past few months and I'm thankfully still really excited to play it.
Does Type-0 have a worldwide release? Or is March just for Japan? If not then a demo next month will be pretty awesome.
My Sons My Brothers - Embracer
Turn your tweets into a lovely poem. I'm loving the dumb idea of this too much.
Go re-watch it at some point soon
At work. Well isn't that clever.
Kill the moon?
Some will eventually hit.
2 games have such dull starts.
It just sounds like they say '****'
Nagging you about Kingdom Hearts ;)
Surely it's ARSErageous
Huh? What picture?
It was actually called SMart
Guy on the other end of the call.
Too much effort for the best part.
The cast looks older than in past games so I thought it may potentially be young adults trying to balance work and dungeons rather than school. But then there was a classroom, kind of a shame but no big deal.
Regardless I'm super excited for this, the heist theme is definitely interesting.
Facemelter - In Oceans