No doubt. It's been frustrating trying to learn anything about multi-boxing because it's so rare. All I came across were things like your thread on TA (which derailed realy fast) and WoW stuff. I never understand when threads get made on places like here or TA and immediately people show up to scoff at why the thread would even exist...that's exactly where it should be, on an achievement site! Anyway, yeah, I'll need to just start going through games I want to complete and seeing which ones can be done solo-ish. The secret weapon I have compared to other multi-boxers is a wife who also loves achievements but doesn't care a ton for completion.
Hey Yunder. I noticed over on TA that you've talked before about multi-box boosting, and I was wondering if you have any advice for someone just starting to get interested in that. Specifically, I'm wondering about what the best setup is. I've heard other people talking about hooking up multiple Xbox 360s to a single security monitor, but I don't know much about whether or not thats feasible. Honestly, any sort of advice would be much appreciated.
[GSL 15] is launching soon and we'd love to see you on board! You'll find the participation requirements, sign up and general discussion thread links in the first post of the [Announcement Thread]. If you're looking for teammates, you can post [here] and if need be, request a team signature [here].
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Sigh, I know exactly what you're talking about. The region in Blood and Wine is so beautiful. I was exploring and soaking up all of the colorful scenery and the new types of flowers everywhere, not to mention the houses and architecture in Toussaint. It's my favorite game as well, and I hate to see Geralt's journey end, so I keep procrastinating it. When I finally sit down to play through Blood and Wine, and finish it, it will be with an excited but heavy heart lol.
Sounds like you had a really nice vacation up North! That's interesting that you would still recommend Brothers too. I'll keep that in mind. I recently attempted Gardens of the Moon. I got 100 pages in, and I think I'm going to abandon it. It's just so strangely written, and overly confusing lol. I don't recommend that one.
I remember you were reading Brothers Karamazov months ago too! That is definitely a challenging book to read! But you're sticking with it, and you'll get through it. It's great to hear you're still reading. I haven't slowed down either, and I'm in the middle of a few really good series right now, so I'm having a blast with it.
I know the feeling with the rain that you described. It really is surreal. It's usually raining when I get to work in the evenings, so I like to stand outside for a bit and just watch it. You're probably ahead of me in Blood and Wine! I started it and I've been procrastinating going back, because I never want my favorite game to end. Such flawed logic though, I know lol.
Yunder!! Aww, thanks lol! It's going to take me a while to get used to it I think, as I'm so used to being purple lol. How have you been? Still reading? Enjoying our lovely rain every day? As for me, I've been great, I absolutely love the rain and I'm reading the Demon Cycle books by Peter Brett. They're pretty awesome so far!
Hi Yunder, as a long serving member, I'd like to extend an invite to you for an upcoming site tournament. We're not expecting huge scores, it's all just for a bit of fun really. If you're interested, it'd be great to see you sign up!