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  1. Origins and Odyssey changed the formula up BIG time and massively for the better to something more Witcher-esque. I don't think I could go back to the old ones at this point, honestly.
  2. Man oh man, I know I was really big on it when it came out at first - but the Mad Max game is really top notch stuff. Doing another run through right now and I'm having a hard time thinking of a better collectathon, map-takeover styled game that feels as good as it does. Upgrading your car, your character and everything else just feels so rewarding and the world is gorgeous in an odd way - with a lot of care put into it. No two locations feel like complete copy and paste jobs (save for some of the scrap collection points, but even then there's small differences) and I can't recommend it enough.
  3. Shadowrun as a property absolutely kills it, there's an amazing deckbuilding card game based on it as well.
  4. I've gone back to it so many times, it's eerily perfect.
  5. Nintendo fans are the worst in the world when it comes to bitching about this kind of stuff, dear god. It just means that you don't get EXP from battles, you instead buy equippable items that boost your stats instead. If the game wasn't designed to function in that way it'd likely be a problem - but since it was designed with that system in mind, it'll be fine. If you need better stats to beat a portion that you're in, you'll have access to an item that'll boost you to the proper stats to complete that fight and I really don't see an issue with it.
  6. Remember when Nintendo gave a shit about what was on their systems?
  7. Oh shit, didn't see that was happening - about time they decided to add some good shit. I had the promotional DKC tape that they sent around and watched it religiously until the game came out.
  8. Deadly Premonition 2 reviews are slamming it for an absolutely abysmal frame rate - the developer has been made aware and they have zero priority to fix it. So that's just a clear "don't bother" if I've ever seen one. I didn't expect much out of Deadly Premonition but they managed to slide under that bar even.
  9. WWE All-Stars was reminiscent of this and it's one of the only games that I go back to because the gameplay is fun - it's more of a multiplayer thing in that respect, but I still kinda like it. Art style is kinda standard for arcadey versions of sports, scaled down from what they used to be I guess. I think they're proportional enough to not look like fat little babies, and good lord it's weird to say this - some of them look more like them than their 2K models.
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    Random Music Thoughts

    John Darnielle wrote this in 2013 and it’s what I carry over to just about anything.
  11. The 2K21 replacement Battlegrounds is out in September.
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    http://www.tubedubber.com/?q=fEfKC4sxTG8:EKVvzBr-0Pk:0:100:25:0:1
  13. 1. Yes - but it kind of sucks. One Switch has to be your main one - the way to change it would be to go to the shop, and in options you can deactive your existing Switch as the primary one. Then whatever one you'd log into next would be classified as the main one. When you buy your Switch Lite, you can add your account to it, BUT you can only launch any games that you own if you have an active internet connection. It'll check at the start, and then possibly at points later. The Switch that is deemed your primary console will continue to function like normal. 2. Yes you can, if you have the Nintendo Online service. That is to say - if the game supports it. Most do, but some that Nintendo deems prone to hacking - won't allow it. Splatoon 2 and Animal Crossing for instance. Animal Crossing is 1 island per console, no save backups and no save transfers by ANY method until they put out their own Animal Crossing specific service that they mentioned but we haven't heard word on in ages. This is also to say that save data backup might be a bit tedious if you're going back and forth all the time. You'll have to close the game you're playing, make sure that the update moves over, and then when you're on the other console - make sure that you first download the cloud save (sometimes it'll tell you if your current is older than the cloud data, but it's kind of sketchy).
  14. I really wish that Comedy Bang Bang had more videos on their channel. I'd particuarly want to see one for; In short; I adore Carl Tart.
  15. Does anyone have Shellshock Live on Steam? Us playing Worms today gave me a hankering for the OG game that got me into this style and it looks so close to it.
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