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Tussell

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    I'm not happy until you're not happy.
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    Loveland, Colorado
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    Music, Concerts, Film, and Gaming.

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  1. Join us for GSL 2020 Duos! Link

  2. Are you really, really, really, ridiculously good looking?

  3. Alright, alright, alright... This is big news for me. A NEW TORCHLIGHT GAME! [ame] [/ame] When HOB came out, I was more-or-less heartbroken. I don't really dig action/adventure/platformers, certainly not to the extent I used to when I was younger, so not seeing a follow up in the Torchlight series made me super sad. Furthermore, when Runic decided to close up shop, I was devastated, as I had been hoping for a new Torchlight title. There was a glimmer of hope though, as their heartfelt farewell message indicated that Torchlight fans shouldn't give up hope, but part of me did. My body is tingling. Max Schaefer, co-creator of both Diablo and Torchlight is the founder of Echtra Games who is tackling the project, so I couldn't be happier. This will 100% be a day one purchase for me and my wife. Anyone else as stoked as I am?
  4. :francis: Form a team and join us for XBA's GSL Twist 2018! :francis:
  5. Fantastic game, but I'm not sure about its console counterpart, as I've only played on PC. You could definitely get away with waiting for a steep sale price, this game is commonly found on sale.
  6. Are you really, really, really, ridiculously good looking? [Link] :francis:

  7. I too meant to call you out on that, jerk! I ended up browsing like four pages looking for a possible Crackdown 2 screenshot. I figured it was just a mistake though, haha.
  8. Perfect, even more reason to get my buddy and I on the Crackdown train. We've been talking about playing through these in anticipation for the third (even though it'll suck, I'm sure, haha). Hopefully the second one gets it soon too, though we both have our 360's still, so it doesn't matter all that much.
  9. Yeah... I don't like this at all. I have yet to experience it, but based off this video, I don't like the looks of it. I understand the appeal of consistency, in that no one will look too ridiculous or out of place, but this has to be the most elementary customization set-up that I've ever seen. It looks like you can customize bits and pieces further down the line, with currency you receive after matches and stuff, but to not be able to customize your core character seems a little wild to me. I swear, this went from being one of my most anticipated titles to something I'm likely to just brush off, come time of release. The more I watch in gameplay videos, streaming, and previews like this one, the less interested I'm becoming.
  10. PSA: If all this time has passed, and you've still not played Kingdoms of Amalur you're doing yourself a great disservice. For $4.99, you'd be silly not to pick it up!
  11. Fanatical (ex-BundleStars... I hate their new name, lol) was running a bundle sale all week. Featuring one to two new game bundles every day along with daily Flash sales. I scored quite a few things, with some duplicates to hand out to some buddies. I picked up the Lucius bundle for the sole purpose of adding the Lucius Demake to my collection. I figured I'd buy the whole thing since it was only a dollar, which allowed me to complete my collection and hand out the first two games to a buddy. Lucius (PC, Digital) Lucius II (PC, Digital) If you haven't previously heard of these games, I recommend looking into them immediately. It's pretty much a video game version of The Omen. You can find them very cheap and they'll provide you with hours of entertainment. I've only heard amazing things, but I've yet to start either one even though I've owned them both forever. Hopefully this finally pushes me. Lucius Demake (PC, Digital) - The demake is just that. It's pretty much the original game but top-down and pixelated to give it the feel that it's an 80's video game. I'm in no hurry for this one, but eventually I'll get around to it. Outside of that, I only purchased one other bundle during the sale and I mainly did it for a second copy of Barony and a copy of Bad Dream: Coma. Deadlight (PC, Digital) - This is a game I've had interest in for years. I'm sure by now everyone has played it and formed their opinions, but I have yet to do so. Unfortunately it won't be getting played for quite some time and it sounds like the PC version isn't the greatest so I may skip it entirely. Kingdom Rush Frontiers (PC, Digital) - A mobile-esque tower defense game. I've always been interested in the title as I love TD games, but again, too much on my plate currently to devote to a mobile TD game. It's got spectacular reviews on Steam though, so I'm not opposed, but I'd rather get some of my bigger games finished. GoNNER (PC, Digital) - Rouge-like platformer that looks to be not only hard as hell, but very entertaining. I'll likely load this guy up sometime soon just to get a feel for it. I've always hear phenomenal things and I need a platformer in my life right now. Replica (PC, Digital) - Interesting concept in that the entire game takes place on a cell phone. It's somewhat of a visual novel/interactive novel and it looks to have garnered wonderful reviews. Admittedly, I'm much more interested in Orwell, which has a similar feel to it but looks to be much deeper. However, this looks to be a quick run-through so I may give it a shot before Orwell. The Count Lucanor + Soundtrack (PC, Digital) - Horror themed RPG in the vein of early classics such as Zelda. I haven't gotten around to playing this yet, though I've owned a copy forever. I gave this copy to a friend who just got a PC but mainly collects retro, so he should enjoy it. Bad Dream: Coma (PC, Digital) - This is the main reason I purchased the bundle. This game looks awesome! It's a horror themed point and click adventure with a very interesting and dark art style. I'll be getting to this immediately! It looks very similar in aesthetic to Neverending Nightmares. Mad Games Tycoon (PC, Digital) - I love simulation games in this vein, and the game looks very similar to Game Dev Tycoon, which I loved! I'd like to do some more work on Game Dev and make it through some of the other achievements before moving onto Mad Games, but it's definitely something I'm looking forward to. Barony (PC, Digital) - Phenomenal game! I was happy to get another key to this and pass it out to a friend. This is a 3D first-person rogue-like dungeon crawler for up to 4 players via internet or LAN. It's very unforgiving but with a handful of friends it's a great time. Highly recommended. I'll have to take a break from buying games for a while, though I fully intend on purchasing Vermintide II soon. However, this trip back home to Chicago is going to cost a pretty penny and I should be saving some shekels for that.
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