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  1. Kiwi Cake

    Ever been totally hooked on one game?

    *wistful sigh*
  2. Don't sleep on Mutant Year Zero that went up the other day too, Game Pass is really proving it's worth as we approach the new year with a bunch of super interesting smaller titles that would probably have struggled for sales over the holidays.
  3. I'm not sure, to be honest, but I'd assume so. A lot of it is tied to specific weapon types, so big blades and stuff will lop people in two or take off a limb etc, while bows and bolt throwing weapons will pin people to stuff in amusing/horrifying ways.
  4. There's a lot of dismemberment and impaling bodies into walls/floors/ceilings and the likes, big bloody chunks of people all over the place and all that. You know, the good stuff.
  5. Kiwi Cake

    Fallout 76 - Prepare Your GaaS Masks

    So if you were to play this game and you enjoyed it, do you have to go on some sort of list? Would you need to tell your neighbors and stuff? Asking for a friend.
  6. Been playing this a little on Xbox but have now started playing on PC because it was free. Put in an application with my PC account as a result. Choo Choo!
  7. Kiwi Cake

    Fallout 76 - Prepare Your GaaS Masks

    Weirdly I'm far more interested in this now that it's a horribly broken mess than I ever was when it was just a concept in my head. I really want to play it for myself. I need to know.
  8. To be fair to the AI team I'm not really sure how I'd react to seeing someone accidentally trampling a dog before standing over it and watching it die a slow, painful death.
  9. Kiwi Cake

    Diablo III - Eternal Collection out on Switch

    Yeah that's basically it. Seasons offers more stuff on top of the regular stuff, though most of it is tied to Adventure mode there's no reason to start a regular game over Seasons.
  10. Kiwi Cake

    Diablo III - Eternal Collection out on Switch

    You need to be online when you log in to a seasonal character, but if you lose connection after you can keep playing. So logging in before you go out and putting it in sleep mode will be fine when you're out and about, for example.
  11. Kiwi Cake

    Edge #326 | Devil May Cry 5

    Looks like a demonic Trunki.
  12. Seems harsh to call Blizzard unambitious when it comes to their development. In 2014 they launched Hearthstone, in 2015 Heroes of the Storm and in 2016 they launched Overwatch, all new IP titles in new genres. StarCraft 2's final release was only in 2015. They have multiple unannounced projects that may even include new IP in the works, and all whilst supporting 4 or 5 major titles consistently. Quality wise there are certainly questions you can ask (and I regularly do), but I think on the whole they do a pretty good job. There are certainly very few developers who could compare.
  13. I apologise for not having grown cynical and bitter, NEG, the world certainly needs more of both. I'm not blind to the negative aspects of modern Blizzard. In my social circle I'm almost certainly the most negative when it comes to the way Blizzard handle continued development of several of their big IPs, but there's a difference between the kind of polite disapproval I share with friends or that Harsin refers to at the conference, and the kind of divisive stuff we're seeing being pushed by not just fringe elements, but large personalities like Boogie and co. on Youtube and social media, painting this event as a grand betrayal of the fans. A spit in the face of gamers coming from lazy, greedy devs - none of which is true. Maybe I am being melodramatic, but I find the whole cycle exhausting and I don't even work on these games. For those who do, it must be pretty shit.
  14. Ah okay, I mistook all the dev abuse and talk of betrayals and stuff as being more than a quick lol. My bad.
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