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TKz last won the day on January 21 2014

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  1. Competitive FF is Savage Raids (Heroic Raids in WoW) and the Extreme Raids (Mythic difficulty but there's only one boss). There are max level dungeons but they're probably about the difficulty of like a Mythic+4. FF raiding always feels so weird coming from WoW though, I feel like with WoW you have way more room for mistakes, there's very few wipe everyone mechanics and for the most part, you can clear bosses with a few DPS down. FF raids are way more punishing, they feel more like a dance routine you have to perfectly perform. There's less other players so despite being able to res
  2. Yeah, I'm all for Netflix being shamed for being shitters with cancelling shows lately, but this is probably the one time they're not doing it for shits and giggles. Apparently they weren't likely to finish filming and post-production for release until 2022 and based of the numbers they didn't think people would care at that point. Which I get, I liked Glow but I never got the impression it had much of a following.
  3. FFXV is weird. It's a lot more of "Final Fantasy does open world", which is an odd statement about the company that popularised the giant RPG with world maps staples. I guess I mean more... Final Fantasy meets modern open world, in the vein of an Assassins Creed or something. It's cool and it's weird, I'm not it's biggest fan but I think the worst thing about it is just that it feels a bit... unfinished? Worth a shot for sure. FFXIV is where it's at though, that game's story is the best Final Fantasy has been in decades. Shadowbringers is magnificent and you can play all the way thro
  4. I mean Millar owns that IP doesn't he? I imagine he would've been involved in the decision process.
  5. There's some solid stuff in the Ultimate Universe that gets overshadowed by Ultimatum being a nightmare. Ultimate Spider-Man probably doesn't need to be mentioned as it's got a good rep, but early Ultimate X-Men was good and I actually think all of Ultimate Fantastic Four was fantastic. They wasted Doom but man, the turn of what happens to those characters and the creation of The Maker is so well done. Plus some of their adaptions of iconic villains and stories are great. Ultimate Comics: Ultimates was pretty great too, but then part of it was written by Hickman so kind of goes without sa
  6. What, you don't like being chastised for not knowing an extremely obscure character from Rebels that had his backstory revealed in a one shot comic book in 2010, who is apparently somehow integral to the main story of Rise of the Skywalker? I'll put the Arrow/Flash/CW fanbase on there. A bunch of toxic teens that'll defend their property to the death. I probably only find it so annoying because I was definitely that at 15 too. 😂
  7. To be fair the concern, at least on my part, is that games as a service model don't tend to be built strong out of the gate. Destiny is actually a great example, because for the first like year of the games life the end game was non-existant. Which wouldn't be that bad, but the main game was also basically non-existant too as it was clearly just a set up for the end game. Loot based games live and die on three things; loot, cosmetics & challenges. I'm hoping this game will be really cool and fun and get it right, but Crystal Dynamics has no experience in the games as a service model a
  8. Ooof, this is like a greatest hits of game openings for me. Mako Reactor in FF7, Balamb Garden in FF8, Shadow Moses Entrance in Metal Gear Solid, the pre-The Boss segments of Metal Gear Solid 3 are all definitely at the top for most replayed. I've done the Alliance Human Starting Zone in WoW about 20 times now and I'd still rather do that than slog through any of the others. Though I don't know if they really count as it's rare that I ever restart those games without playing all the way through. Answers that are a bit more fitting would probably be White Orchard in The Witcher 3 - I'
  9. Hello? Do people still go here? My reputation number is green, is that good?

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    2. livid


      no we all left

    3. DoubleX


      I've always been a figment of your collective imaginations.

    4. Sousa


      Oh you're gonna hate it here though.

  10. I've never read the books but I didn't feel all that alienated by the first episode. I feel like the cover what's happening well enough for the introduction, it'll just be a shame if it never expands on who those characters are later down the line.
  11. I mean, Ron Perlman was great in that movie, but if we wanna get silly then the film Hellboy is really nothing like the comic Hellboy. I kind of hope we're going deeper into Eldricht Abomination stuff and closer to the source if they're rebooting it. I really liked the original Hellboy films, but I'd rather they go more faithful this time so we can get a different kind of film.
  12. It's Marvel Heroes but for PS4. It's Diablo with a Marvel skin. Pretty good if you're into that sort of thing.
  13. I mean, if you're clearly not good enough to do them and you don't outgear them, it's possible that content might be for later on?
  14. Breath of the Wild is wonderful. I've never cared for Zelda but this has real potential to be Game of the Generation so far. It's only competition for me is Bloodborne. Just really an incredible experience, just exploring the world is such a joy. It's like a whole new breed of open world. I've got it on Wii U and it runs fine, I'm a bit of an FPS nazi so the drops can be a bit of a bummer, but for the most part the experience far outweighs the issues. It's mostly bad when it's raining, you run into the odd drop otherwise but from seeing my friends Switch version, it doesn't look like it's much
  15. You can't really comment on the delivery until you've seen the film though, surely? And it's not just a thing in the comics, Steve Trevor washing up on Amazon Island is the Wonder Woman equivalent of Krypton exploding or The Wayne's being gunned now. It's like an integral part of her origin.
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