Sun Sep 16 2012 06:25:06 PM EDTfrom the_mgt @ Uncensored
@fleeb: yes, I remember. Although I did not have time to login, my netbook is too weak and the desktop is faulty atm.
Meanwhile, I found this, but did not have time to try:
Played for 5-10 min. Couple of annoyances about remembering, but it soon faded away. Nicely done for what I have played so far. Hope it keeps going though as the game does have some fun involved that kinda sucks you in.
Can the console industry be disrupted from below with a $100 Android set top?
It's power as a set top/emulator box will make me happy, as EMU+USB+HDMI is the bringer of all joy, and it has more processor capabilities then my pi (making it choice for everything but CRTs). Also as retroarch is already ported to android, this will undoubtably happen. If it gets indy support that would make me quite happy, as indy games are best games, though In general I'd still rather have the steam version for probably MOST things.
Also I'm hoping they take the time to add some kind of support for USB controllers/remapping. If I could replace their gimp looking controllers with an SNES pad for most things (or use them as a second pad) it would be more happy of days. Game devs for the most part have been shown unwilling to impliment controller remapping on their own (XBOX 360 pad support guyz!!!), and with a "console" it will likely be even worse. On windows I can do crazy things to get around this, 360 controller emulators and that like, on that thing...
Thankfully it was a Wii remote so it didn't break my toes.
Some time ago, I saw this in Skyrim:
It sorta thought it was like ET driving a bicycle in the air.
I've seen some object glitches, I suppose, but nothing like that. Wow.
I play the game in fits and starts, with long periods of ignoring it. Still mostly ignoring the main quest and frittering around doing whatever. Done with the Companions quests and have become Archmage. Have done a few Thieves Guild quests and the first one or two preliminary interactions with the Assassins Guild but not sure I'll pursue either of those lines much further.
It's amazing how many hours the game sucks up if you just focus on the "Miscellaneous" category. :)
Seems like a lot more content than Oblivion.
I've pursued the main quest as far as initially meeting up with that woman who is on the trail of the dragons. Running out of other non-evil things to do, so pretty soon I'm gonna have to pursue the main quest further or take sides in the civil war. (Was sorta hoping the main quest would give me a reason to choose sides, but I suppose it probably won't.)
I think I might have done just about all the various quests (maybe).
This includes the Dragonborn update.
But I know there's more to do. I think, right around level 20, you start feeling your oats, getting pretty capable.
I'm tempted to try one of the more challanging builds, like a strict illusionist character, or the like. My primary character is a mage, and I also have a pretty good stealth character. I started a brute, but I haven't gone that far with it yet.
That is a nice avalanche! Could you imagine, IRL, what that would involve?
Durable little suckers they are.
Wouldn't want to bite into one. Probably tooth-breakingly hard.
Perhaps they lick well, like lollipops. Sweetroll-flavored lollipops.
Hmm... do sweetrolls have molasses in them?
Real pennsylvania-dutch sweetrolls do. Skyrim sweetrolls don't. And that's why I don't play Skyrim: the sweetrolls don't have any molasses in them. That's my story and I'm sticky-bun-ing to it.
Anyone else here play Neverwinter (supposedly in Open Beta, but seems suspiciously close to release if it is)?
Resistance is futile.
Yes, but high tide happens only twice a day, so your voltage would be cut.