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RubberSkin wrote: »
Do the dailys on the Isle, that's 100g+ a day for 30 minutes work, plus drops. If you do the four in Nagrand, Blades Edge, Terrokar and Shadowmoon Valley that takes it up to about 150g plus you get the chance of a Badge of Justice.
Flashman's Ghost wrote: »
...Speaking of Knights of the Old Republic and MMO's the new Old Republic MMO Bioware just announced sounds like its a more story driven and less endless monster bashing. Sadly, I'm excited by it all ready and it probably won't be ready for at least a year :crying:http://www.swtor.com/info
Jim V wrote: »
I always seem to spend more time playing games than listening to music, watching movies or reading these days so thought I'd try a thread to see what people are playing at the moment. That way us gamers aren't left out in all the other threads. -
Anyway - currently playing World of Goo
Mist wrote: »
pill 'ed wrote: »
Fallout 3 is immense!!
Got a question though, does anyone (Jim) know where to find Ian West? I need to give him that letter from his sister. I've searched in the 3 places that King told me the Family might be hanging out by...all I found was Super Mutants!
GoodFella wrote: »
Was playing abit of Farcry 2 last night, drunk. Was alrite.
Jim V wrote: »
Glad you're enjoying it - I've just about finished my first play through but I've picked explorer for my lvl 20 perk so now want to visit every single location before starting over as a bad-ass unarmed bastard
Actually I nearly missed this one myself - you know down in the metro at one of the three locations there is a ghoul running a meth lab who wants you to bring him packs of sugar bombs to make hyper-jet tabs?
You can ask him about the family and he mentions a tunnel leading inside. Now I really don't think this is clear at all but the tunnel is actually inside his lab. He'll let you walk around inside and then just look for a grate you can enter.
The tunnels are pretty cool but watch out for some nasty mirelurks and some really well set up traps. Nice way to make some caps though if you want to grab the mines around.
Anyway you'll find the family down there and trust me, don't go in guns blazing, it's a pretty fascinating quest. Let me know how you resolve it all and I'll see how it compares to me
Btw - Fallout 3, best game I've played right up until the last 30 seconds. I'm sorry and don't let this spoil the game (it's still a masterpiece) but the ending moments aren't what they should be...
Currently having a go of Valkyrie Profile on epsxe - always been fascinated by the premise and the games cool, if insanely complicated once you get into it. Roll on the Policenauts translation (6 known bugs (2 major, 3 intermediate, 1 low) 7 patches to implement (6 small-medium size, 1 very large) Disc 1 Alpha has been played all the way through - just for all the total geeks out there who even know what the hell I'm talking about )
Jim V wrote: »
They've been using Treyarch for the off'year games for a while now (The Big Red One (?), COD3, etc).
Traditionally they've weaker than Infinity Ward and the games haven't had the same impact. However in this case the game is better than expected, at least for me. It's grim, tough stuff and looks amazing and is probably the best WW2 shooter I've played - with a great zombie bonus at the end that I've enjoyed much more than, at the least in demo form, Left4Dead.
It's no CoD4 thoughKotaku's review probably sums up my feelings best.