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  1. Lujin


    Guess I'll power through to the end of NG++ for the platinum then and start a new game for the DLC. Maybe try a dex/bloodtinge build this time
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    I started it on NG+, got to Ludwig, got killed then decided to finish NG+ instead. Presumably my DLC progress will be reset now I'm on NG++?
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    I’m on NG++ and torn between getting the platinum trophy quickly by choosing the easy ending (last achievement needed but i’m only at forbidden woods so the end is a while away) but then having to go to NG+++ (or NG) to do the DLC or doing the DLC on NG++ first but delaying the platinum trophy by the time it takes me to complete the DLC... Any thoughts on what would be the best way to go about it?
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    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    Yesterday I took these guys to what should have been a shadespire tournament in Aberdeen but ended up just being friendly games between me and one other guy as no one else showed up. i haven’t played much before and my guys got wrecked (once by Stormsire’s Cursebreakers and once by another Reaver warband) but I learned a lot. In particular that attacking cards aren’t much use if you don’t have cards that can get (and keep) your guys closer to the other team.
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    Darkest Dungeon

    I seem to have picked up a bug with how stun works on my switch save file. Instead of making the enemies (or my party) miss a turn it just gives the usual visual effect but the stunned character or monster just carries on as normal. Needless to say it's making an already tough game very much tougher so might result in me having to start a new save file
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    Darkest Dungeon

    Just you. It does take a lot of levelling though. Level 6 is needed/advised as is top notch weapons/armour and skills to give a decent chance. Quirks can be cured (for a price) in the sanitarium. You should try and do this to keep on top of them and stop them building up. I believe that the likelihood of quirks occurring is related to the level of stress of the character but as with most other things there's a random element too
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    Darkest Dungeon

    Been playing this again myself recently on the switch. Trying to beat bloodmoon difficulty but the RNG can be soul destroying. Started a new game after the one before felt like it wasn't going to be successful (too many deaths, too much stress on the survivors and not enough money to turn things around) then promptly had Reynauld killed by an unlucky critical hit on the old road...
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    Darkest Dungeon

    There's some randomness but it's influenced by a character's spd stat.
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    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    Darkest Dungeon (and the DLC) is currently at 40% off on the eshop so I double dipped. Tried playing it on the TV but the controls are pretty non intuitive. I’m hoping they bed in a bit more over time or I may have to switch to touchscreen ...
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    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

  11. Lujin

    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    Wait, is La-Mulana on the switch now? Never managed to complete it on the Wii and have had a hankering to retry it for a while.
  12. Lujin

    Outlander - Kilty kilty bare bum

    Season 3 Episode 5 was (up til the last 5 mins) the weakest one so far. Every scene with Brienne in it feels like filler and episode 5 was packed with them. It ended well though so hopefully things pick up in the coming episodes.
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    Rllmuk Top 100 Games 2017

    MK64 falls into the same boat. Surely MK8 beats it on every count except for nostalgia.
  14. Thanks for the extended deadline! Legend of Zelda: Breath of the wild Bloodborne Dark Souls Starcraft 2 World of Warcraft Super Mario World Secret of Mana Darkest Dungeon F Zero GX Super Mario Galaxy Advance Wars Divinity: Original Sin (haven't played the second one yet) Resident Evil 4 Rock Band 3 Xenoblade Chronicles Ikaruga Portal Pikmin 3 Mario Kart 8 Xcom 2
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    The Esports Thread

    I totally agree with that. I played SC2 for a good while and even though I'd never got particularly high up the league I knew enough to understand how all the unit combinations worked vs one another. This let me enjoy watching the pros play as I could appreciate the skill involved and their split second decision making. Dota 2 I played far less of, still a fair amount but nowhere near enough to know how all the abiltities, characters and items matched up so when I watched that I just couldn't get into it. Overwatch just had too many perspectives to concentrate on to make it enjoyable to watch for me. It's difficult to think of a videogame that won't have that complexity barrier to entry for spectators but still be deep enough to be interesting to watch.

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