Network engineer, game design hobbyist, and consumer of cake.
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The funny thing about “Canadian bacon” is it’s what is considered bacon here in Australia. I forget what ‘American bacon’ is called here.
Nah, it’s actually a fair assessment of Dark Souls. If you’re dying constantly, it’s because you’re doing it wrong. :P
Getting a little upset here aren’t we? The comment you replied to seems more like an expression of opinion than “America needs to absolutely do things this way.”
It’s also irrelevant if Cali has more stringent gun control regulation or not in reference to the comment. What’s amusing to me is your last line. It’s amusing, because a surplus of Americans don’t know much about their own country.
Yeah, in Australia you just need to worry about getting glassed or bashed!
G’morning, but wat? You didn’t bother me with anything you said in regards to Dark Souls. :p
Not sure if serious or not.
We’re on Gilgamesh. :p
I’m pretty sure I did it right. I beat Dark Souls… Man, I don’t remember how long ago. Before I left Japan, which was before 2012.
Dark Souls doesn’t respect your time. It punches you in the face for doing it wrong. :p
Then takes your lunch money.
When do RPGs respect your time? :p
I believe if you pick it up on PS3, you get the option for a free PS4 upgrade.
You should play Xenoblade. I haven’t had time over the past few weeks to play it, but it’s probably one of the best RPGs of the seventh generation.
The first few levels are pretty boring, as it has you running all over the city and whatnot. It’s a traditional MMO, mechanically, so you need to be into that from the get go.
You can hit level 10 fairly quickly. Definitely in less than 3 hours. If you grind FATEs (along with your soul), you can probably manage a level every 60-90 mins in the 40s.
Unfortunately, the 3DS is locked to AU\EU.
I import my PS3 games from the US, unless there’s some real good sales down here (whoo region free). I don’t 360 much anymore, because the region flag being set on the disc is hit or miss.
Shh… Bravely Default needs to come out here first. :p
Dungeons are level synced, so for instance say we played together and you’re level 15 and need to run Sastasha. I can come as my level 50 Summoner and be synced to the level cap of that dungeon.
FATEs (area events) follow the same rules, but you have to click an option to sync your level down to the FATE level.
A good portion of the story and class quests are solo play.
Yeah, 3DS games here are typically 50.00+ AUD.
I’ll wait for someone to trade it in and have my mate buy it with his discount. He’s awesome like that.
I have yet to play this. Maybe when it’s not 54.99.
I fail to see how this runs contrary to my post, so I’m not sure what your point is. Negligence and incompetency would be traits indicative of bad parenting. My point was primarily aimed at the use of stupidity and idiocy, which you’ve continued to use.
It doesn’t display a lack of intelligence or common sense, it displays a lack of care.
There’s also the whole society is a problem in regards to perpetuated roles, but that’s not going to be an argument I’m going to get into right here and now.
This logic is flawed. Just because it’s not in someone’s interest group and they don’t know details about it, doesn’t make them an idiot.
Hobbyist electronics has been around for decades. What can you tell me about the TAS5558DCA without a Google query? I mean, you have to know every detail of my interest group in order to not be considered an idiot, right?
A more apt statement would be that parents are remaining ignorant of interests of their children as well as not seeking an understanding of what their children are consuming. I wouldn’t say it makes them stupid, but it could definitely be perceived as bad parenting.
The price difference here is only 50AUD, between the PS4 and XB1.
Actually seeing the same over here in Australia. Haven’t seen PS4s (they’re out now!), but XB1s are easily obtainable in the wild, it seems.
Finished off A Link Between Worlds this evening. It’s pretty good if you liked LttP, but it feels more like a reimagining of LttP than a new Zelda game.
I’ll run stuff with you when my internet is back up. Right now my laptop is tethered to my phone for internets.
Yeah, I can see the d-pad being better for healing in that regard — If you’re not using an Xbox 360 controller.
I’ve a DS4 controller now, but the default mappings are different. I’ve been having ISP issues over the past day, so I haven’t had time to configure it in FFXIV.
You’ll be a lot slower with the gamepad, primarily because you need to switch between pet controls and regular cast bar controls. I still play with the gamepad, though I need to switch it to keyboard when I start actually playing with Nipah, Shadowsigma, etc. to be more efficient.
Targeting is also wonkier with a controller.
I guess you chose the tactical drone strike package! When I got to choose my weapon from the Polygon HQ arsenal, I picked Mjolnir.