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Multiplayer through the years (in order)
1) Unreal Tournament (we got to be the #1 clan in Domination @ Provinggrounds.com for abit)

2) StarCraft- we played a lot of this on Battle.Net. One of our Terran players was nicknamed "the human torch" because he always was attacked early and all you saw was his burning buildings flying over to you to share mines/geysers.

3) WoW - Still playing on my 571 Disc.

Single Player Console - Too many to list but anything from Naughty Dog remains tops.

Single player PC - also too many but top 5 from early to late (though WoW is still tops overall) ...
1) MechWarrior 2 and Ghost Bear's Legacy expansion.
2) Quake 1 with expansions
3) KotOR
4) Dragon Age Origins and the Expansion (DA2 was horrible)
5) Mass Effect


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Sorry I haven't been around much Sean... Been busy GM'ing a new Horde guild on Thrall.
We've grown in no time to a robust level 25 guild, and it looks like we may have to plan for a 2nd flex squad soon too.

I miss the PF folks. :/


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Worth getting? Anyone vouch for the PC version?
I've been on the fence to due the naysayers about the limited PC graphic options and hard-capped framerate. I was going to wait for the Steam summer sale and hope they heavily discount it.


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This was possibly the greatest campaign I had ever run despite us TPKing a little before the halfway point. I ran this as it was running through Dungeon magazine. The way my group interacted with the NPCs of Cauldron was phenomenal.
It is a potential meat grinder though, be careful in Zenith Trajectory specifically, certain encounters there can possibly TPK your group.
Shackled City and Castle Whiterock (even though I didn't get a chance to run it) are my two favorite campaigns of that era.


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Getting this despite how stupid I think I am for doing so. Square is on a downward spiral. They do need to remake DQVIII however.

Just saying :)


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I miss the 3.5 days but I'm tired of the splat books. Personally, I loved the Core books but would have preferred an APG type book once a year or two and the company focusing on campaign setting books (world building like the old FR series accessories) and adventures.

I think the shiny has worn off in my case with Pathfinder and Golarion, which is on reason for me giving up on the hobby, the other reasons being the game is too tactical now and I prefer a slightly lower magic setting.

I think Goodman and to a lesser extent, the old Necromancer had it right during the beginning of 3E/3.5. Aereth (Goodman) was a great example of a campaign setting done right with their adventures along with those of Necromancer capturing the magic of yore. Golarion just goes too far into too many flavors. I would prefer a multiple campaign setting option from a company over throwing it all into one setting.
I'm also more traditional by not wanting guns or romps into the real world or alternate realities in my games, though I do like the occasional planar jaunt.
Overall the tactical nature of the game is my biggest gripe. Stopping the game to set up a map with counters for every room really makes GMing it a chore. I prefer the older game flowfrfrom 2E and before.
I'm viewing 3E/3.5 in a slightly better light than PF atm but not by much.
YMMV as usual.


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All we need now is CotCT anniversary. :)


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Well, I did my PS4 preorder this morning when I took my daughter to work (@Gamestop no less). Also pre-ordered an extra controller.

Next pre-order will be "The Order".


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Going tomorrow to pre-order the PS4. :)


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Call me paranoid but I'm not happy about the built in cam. With a live Internet connection we've seen vido of hackers spy on folks via their Web cams, etc. It's not a game changer for me as webcams /kinect technology is here to stay, but I'll use the mundane "cover the cam with a rag or something technology..." just the same.
If you can turn it off, I'm sure hackers could flip it back on remotely, unless there's a physical camera bypass of sorts.
Again, call me paranoid, but I'd rather keep my family's privacy secured.


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Scott Betts wrote:


My favorite internet forum user: the kind who labels anyone who disagrees with him a troll.

My favorite internet forum user: the kind who labels anyone who disagrees with him a nerd rager.

Its Pot... Kettle and stuff. In your defense Mr. Betts, you have calmed down the last few pages.


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Techspot discussion and clarification of DDR3 vs GDDR5

The discussion goes on why it's much better than DDR3.

edit*fixed the link to start from the comparison in post #3


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Kthulhu wrote:
The WiiU GamePad has all the buttons/inputs of a regular controller (two analogue sticks, D-Pad, A, B, X, Y, R, L, RZ, LZ, +/Start, and -/Select). It just also has a touchscreen display. And gyroscopes, etc for motion control.

You mean the handheld TV. IMHO, it defeats the purpose of wanting to play games on my 46" tv. I also don't want a gamepad shaq-sized.

Good for kids though, "go watch your game on your controller and let me watch my cheesy sci-fi Saturday night flick". Yep, gimmicky.


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Scott Betts wrote:
Sunderstone wrote:

Microsoft apparently not happy and now censoring responses...

Microsoft Censorship

Disabling comments on your YouTube videos = censorship, now?

When they allowed it previously before the negative comments? umm... yeah.


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Microsoft apparently not happy and now censoring responses...

Microsoft Censorship


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Meh.
I've tried to get into the better rated editions of the xbox exclusives, Halo IV an Reach as well as Gears of War, they never grabbed me. I usually buy both consoles regardless because my friends have both too but this time we are all sitting this one out xbox–wise. Two of them preferred the xbox solely for the controller. I personally prefer the Sony exclusives, and I use mine as my main bluray player for movies as well.

As far as your "angry Internet horde", if you talk to gamers offline I'm sure many of them wouldn't appreciate the used game policy. What you consider led by the nose mob mentality might just be a majority coming to similar conclusions about expensive purchases. There might be a lot of parents with multiple children who may not have the extra cash to buy multiple copies of games for each kid.


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Scott Betts wrote:
JonGarrett wrote:
It certainly suggests that the Xbox One is not popular with gamers with access to broadband Internet...you know, it's sole target market (still can't see casual gamers being willing to go through the hassle for this thing).
But, as is always the case with a horde of angry internet nerds,

Seems par for the course with your replies too. Anyone who disagrees with your POV frequently becomes labeled this.


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Xbox is a no buy for the lending reasons above. If I'm "somewhat" interested in a game my buddy has and he brings it over for me to check out and I got a message to pay for just trying it, yeah, I'd be pissed.

I prefer the Sony exclusives (Uncharted, Ratchet and Clank for examples) to X-Box exclusives, which is why I'll buy the PS4. I have the PS3 and 360 here, the 360 never gets use. I just told my 19 year old gamer stepdaughter a couple of days ago she could have it to replace her aging one. I bought GoW 1-3, and Halo 4 and Halo Reach based on reviews. I couldn't stay with them, she can have them too. :)

Like Hama, I'm a PC gamer first and foremost, but I still prefer some games that are PC and console to stay on the console. Dead Space and Batman: Arkham are perfect examples of games I prefer on the console.

The only thing that seems better on the X-Box is XB Live. Seems more competitive, but for the shooters and such I'm still PC/Mouse and Keyboard, so Xbox live and PS Network don't mean crap to me. I'm pro co-op campaigns though. :)

As usual, YMMV.


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Maerimydra wrote:
Werthead wrote:

Stretch goals.

My favourite one is the one where Colin McComb will issue a video apology for D&D 2E's COMPLETE BOOK OF ELVES :)

Damn that book! I was GMing a D&D 2nd Ed. campaing back in the days and one of the players was playing an elven archer. He decimated all my carefully planned encounters in a matter of seconds.

I remember a player using the Bladesinger from that book being way too overpowered. I believe I banned it from my games afterwards.


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I own a PS3 and X-Box 360. That said, the PS4 will be a day one purchase for me, which is normal for me.

The new X-Box.... no. I only bought an X-Box 360 for Gears and Halo, specifically Gears of War 1-3, Halo Reach, and Halo 4. I've started them here and there but never more than an hour or two. The games didn't grab my attention and any games that come out for both systems wind up as PS purchases due to my controller preference. Personally, the PS exclusives are more my taste anyway (like Uncharted and Ratchet and Clank).

I got a Wii on a whim one day, bought Zelda and Metroid Prime Trilogy (my Nintendo staples), hated the Nunchuk controller and let it collect dust for months before getting obliterated by Gamestop's crappy trade-in values. The Wii U doesn't interest me in the slightest. Nintendo's last great console was the Gamecube. The game support alone made the Cube an excellent investment, Resident Evil, Metroid Prime,Eternal Darkness, Beyond Good and Evil, etc.
Wii titles were weak in general with the exception of the Mario franchise, and the Wii U doesn't look to be any better.


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The 8th Dwarf wrote:


I would rather be kicked in the groin than have to sit in-front of 2&1/2 men or Big Bang Theory.

I could say something like "Maybe people who like Big Bang Theory have an unsophisticated sense of humour and are not smart enough for a more complex show."

1) I love both of the shows you mentioned, as does my other half.

2) That wouldn't offend me at all, it would be just another e-opinion from a random forum poster. Thicker skin = less stress.

Just my e-opinions, YMMV, etc.


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Mags you may wanna dial it down Abit. There's better ways to get ones point across.


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Can we smurf the tangent and get back on topic?


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R_Chance wrote:
pres man wrote:


Good thing that D&D didn't originally evolve from a miniatures wargame.
This. I started out in 1974, after playing chainmail medieval and fantasy miniatures for several years. It always amuses me when people think 3.x wedded D&D to miniatures / the battle mat. We always used miniatures. People who didn't (in the 1970s) were in the minority. We measured our inches in outdoor encounters and used cardstock halls / rooms / buildings etc. gridded out in one inch squares for dungeon / city. Come to think of it, we still do :)

I wouldn't say minority. I played/DM'ed for over 30 years too and my AD&D days rarely saw a battlemat. It was fairly optional. We occasionally broke out the minis for pivotal battles, even had mini painting sessions (Julie Guthrie mini days) every now and again, mostly to have a mini representation of our character at our seat for visual flavor.

Exact squares were never needed to resolve much beyond the areas of AoE spells.

Also some of us didn't want to stop the story every room to erase and draw out every combat. Then there's us older folk who may lead busy lives and simply can't afford to waste whatever game time we have stopping and drawing/redrawing maps. The higher level rules and options already take significant prep time as well as time to run. I'd rather take time to resilve those rules and keep playing then stopping the game at every room's door to erase and draw something.

So yeah 3E/3.5/PF did marry miniatures this time around. D&D may have evolved from a tactical board game, but that must have been for a reason. If it didn't evolve from that I know my ad&d days would have ended very quickly.

Again, I'm not against using a battlemat with minis. I just prefer that as an OPTION for those that want it, just not married to the ruleset.


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I wouldn't mind pathfinder 2.0 if it was Pathfinder-lite as in free of miniatures/square positioning/stop the game because we need a battle mat. Kinda going back to the "products of your imagination" mindset.
I don't mind using the occasional battlemat just for flavor/visuals on the important battles like against a Dragon or the BBEG at the end, etc.

The tactical board game part of the game stops me from running anything ATM. 3.5/PF rules with AD&D/2E style would be awesome. Requiring minis, battle mats, positioning, not so much.

This would keep our current modules/APs etc. still usable too.


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All APs are possible in 24 hours....... If you drive a DeLorean at 88 mph.


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That's the problem with Nintendo, poor game selection for the non-casual older gamer. I ditched my Wii for that very reason (mostly) as well as the outdated GC graphics, and my disappointment that the Metroid Prime Trilogy couldn't be played with a Wii classic controller.
The trade in, along with a few games bought me a 360 instead. My PS3 remains my favorite console though.


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Xexyz wrote:


Also I will admit that I'm an elitist and feel that non-hardcore raiders/pvpers don't deserve epics. So the continual casual direction the game has gone in is a turnoff.

With respect, More changes like this would be welcomed if it got rid of other players with your mindset.

I've played WoW since release, been hardcore in a server first setting, ran a Hugh end guild, etc. Now, I just wand to raid with capable people, no more than two nights a week and continue laughing as we wipe on the learning curve attempts at new content. Players who share your view are what gets newer people disgusted as they try and get into a decent raid guild. Leetists, Log addicts, recount monkeys, etc. is what has been killing the raiding part of WoW. The leetists guilds are insular, and on some low to mid population servers this kills new forming guilds attempts to recruit a steady raid crew.

I laugh my butt off with some leetist DPS people, so there is entertainment value though. The second I see Recount spam on a boss, I let the DPS guy die when he stands in harmful stuff expecting me to just heal him through it. After we 4man it, I type the age old "Fire=Bad" or "Dead DPS = no DPS". If they blame my healing I answer with "sorry but I can't decurse stupidity, it isn't in my toolset yet."


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Still hoping for the Mega-Dungeon AP one day.


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Kthulhu wrote:


Hell, I don't even like 4E...but I don't take it as personally as some of you here seem to. It's pretty ridiculous how much some of the people here vilify them and take any cheap shot they can to marginalize WotC.

If you think this is me, you are mistaken. 3E/3.5 was fantastic. Period. The new edition brought us other good things from Necromancer, Goodman, Green Ronin, etc. I even posted once or twice here or at ENworld that this was another golden age of RPGing. 4E screwed the pooch for reasons I don't really need to go into here. WotC has changed drastically then and most of the good developers (IMHO) are here, @Frog God, @ Goodman etc.

I'm still standing vigilant looking for something less tactical than 3E/PFRPG, the miniatures dependancy is my number one gripe with the game. The time needed to draw/update maps round by round etc. I don't mind the rare tactical battle for an end encounter or an important battle with a dragon, etc. it's just the game is designed around minis and each time I have to stop the game for mapping is extra work and I'd rather keep the game flowing.

If WotC re-releases PDFs of the older editions like AD&D along with their respective module lines, I'll scoop up all of them this time around around. I'll still play PF, but maybe I'll actually run a game again with AD&D or Basic/Expert. I'd like to see a PDF rollout map soon but I wont hold my breath.

All this doesnt change the fact that the current executives/developers @WotC don't leave me much to hope for with a new version of the game.

P.S. as Tacticslion stated, you do come across as Paizo-Hatey at times. Even if you are deep down, it's ok. Everyone has an opinion. I'm not exactly Paizo Defense Force material but I like how they handle the dungeony/dragony parts of the game so I may come across as "PDF" (Paizo Defense Force).


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<--- loves Varisia
<--- loves dungeon crawls
<--- loves the Indiana Croft angle.

<--- is kinda "Meh" on working for the Pathfinder Society. Looking forward to reading the AP some more.


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The newer Battlestar Galactica (not the cheesy original series).
Firefly
Babylon 5

In that order.

Firefly had fantastic characterization for a show that lasted 14 episodes and one movie (which did a fantastic job tying stuff up). All the characters were interesting and there was so much potential lost with the show's all too early demise. The cast also seemed to mesh incredibly well with eachother that at times it was hard to believe that they had not been together for at least a few seasons. I'm not a Joss Whedon fanboy by any stretch (I only liked the first few seasons of Buffy personally), but Firefly was epic for me.

Btw, I'm in yankee country too.


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Arnwyn wrote:


No, I don't think anyone (except the most ardent, possibly slightly-delusional, 4e fan) believed 4e would last 10 years. Nor even 8 years. A number of us pretty much guessed its short life span from the get-go. In the end, it just wasn't that (comparatively) popular. As noted by ex-WotC staff on ENWorld, if it was we wouldn't be having this conversation . That's just the way it is, whether certain fans believe it or not.

Agreed.

Just curious but does anyone have a list of the current designers for D&D: Next? Bruce Cordell, Skip Williams, and Monte Cook were old favorites. I know Cordell is working on D&D Next but I'm not sure if Skip Williams has any involvement.
Also, having Mike Mearls as a lead designer (again?) for your fresh-start, new edition is a mistake IMHO. Especially if you are trying to undo 4E (in a sense) and regain some of the target audience you lost.

To get me to even look at it, Next would have to have faster prep (lighter rules), strong support for a single campaign setting, and most of all, HUGE adventure support. I know alot of people like homebrew, but I think alot of us older hats don't have the time we used to these days.
On the negative side, keeping Mearls at the helm, and if WotC/Hasbro is still operating with the belief that adventures don't sell enough, will probably be enough to keep me from being even remotely optimistic.


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Realm of the Felknight Queen is my favorite Paizo stand alone module to date. A good balance of combat and role playing.

Other favorites.....
Carrion Hill (PF)
Witchwar Legacy (PF very high level).
Tomb of the Iron Medusa (PF old school ToH feeling).
Darkmoon Vale series (3.5 traditional goodness).
Conquest of Bloodsworn Vale (3.5 compact mix of Kingmaker and Keep in the Borderlands)
Crucible of Chaos only when mixed with River into Darkness as a jungle-based mini campaign (both 3.5).


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Maybe not Dead but...

The Micronauts
Adam Warlock and the Infinity Watch
The New Warriors

Great Books in the day, would be nice to see relaunched.


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Jessica Alba at her hottest. Nuff Said!


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Don't you think this post is Abit on the nerd rage side? I vote you leave the guy alone, he's been bashed to death already.
He's a good writer, I'd buy his stuff again if he wrote for pathfinder.

The thread title itself is "over the dramatic top" to say the least. Don't buy his future stuff (if he does any) if you feel that strongly.

I did not preorder his Savage Coast, but even if I did, I would still buy his Paizo stuff. I just wouldn't preorder anywhere else but here at Paizo. I don't believe in preorder/kickstarter programs anyway.


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Ross Byers wrote:
I removed a post and several replies to it. I don't care what kind of veil it's behind: personal attacks are unacceptable.

The heavy handed moderation probably wouldn't have been needed in the first place here or in the Mass Effect thread if a closer look was taken to the poster in the center of it in both threads. Apologies in advance if you see this as a slight Ross but as a long time poster here myself, I'm a little surprised.

Edit* I'm not all that innocent for falling into it, but there seems to be a common antagonist.


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Read some reviews of Second Darkness. ;)


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My fave was The Herculoids! :)
Loved Mighty Orbots, Thundarr, Tarzan and the Super Seven (go Manta, Moray, Galaxy Trio etc).


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Charlie Bell wrote:
It's a bit silly to boycott Bioware. ME3 is a great game--still solidly in the top 5 CRPG ever, right up there with Planescape: Torment and KotOR. It's true that the ending was weak, but seriously, taken as a whole, the ME series is still top-notch stuff.

1) The Dragon Age 2 rush job (wtf moment, was it released 8 months after DA? Riding on the success of the original, they ended up bringing us a reskinned ME clone).

2) Day 1 PAID dlc (sorry, there's no excuse for this. Getting more money for something that could have been included in the game @ release).

Does the above smell of EA corporate nonsense? Possibly. I'll vote with my wallet though. It's not player entitlement in the above examples either.

P.S. (on a lesser note)
3) SW:TOR - another dropped ball here. Too limited character creation options coupled with all too easy endgame content. This game needed way more developement time, IMHO.


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/me hurls a concussion d20 into the well populated crowd of forum posters.

When the smoke clears, a few slowly rise and groggily get back to their keyboards. Behind their soot covered monitors, small blue creatures in white pants peer over their screens slowly and begin to smile. One of them has a Paizo Golem coat of arms emblazoned on his cap. He quickly balances atop the monitor and adopts a superhero-like pose. "You will love thy fellow poster or suffer the Smurfequences!"


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D&D is dead. Long Live Pathfinder. (imho of course, ymmv, yadda yadda, etc.)


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Coridan wrote:

The poster above who wants things to ignore or reset after APs, just...yuck.

I am not saying it needs to change every AP, but it'd be nice to partake in some of the world shattering events that make Golarions history so interesting and not have it utterly ignored afterwards. Like nationscgoing to war and such.

Re-read my post. I don't mind it changing when and if my players go through it, it'll be canon in our home version of Golarion. I wouldn't invalidate any of my players accomplishments. Like if i ran Kingmaker to completion. My players would have a new Kingdom in Golarion.

I'm saying that it ultimately should rest in the hands of the group and their home versions of what RSE's occur in Golarion. Why should other groups have their older sourcebooks invalidated if they don't want it occurring in their version.
This is exactly what disgruntled so many long-time Forgotten Realms fans, myself included.
You seem like you may be a fan of FR with its never ending RSE's, if so we can agree to disagree on this. To each their own.


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I say let the setting remain static. Individual groups can always update their own version of Golarion as they go through their own campaigns. I don't want any of my books invalidated.
Honestly, If Golarion starts heading down the FR road, I'm history.

I'm ok with the changes in an AP as long as it "resets" afterwards and forthcoming sourcebooks are still non-changed. For example if this AP destroys Magnimar totally, it's fine as long as Magnimar is untouched in the future books. If I play through the whole campaign with my group, I might leave it destroyed in my version of Golarion. If I dont play through it, then Magnimar stays around, etc.


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Back to the basics= good.

We could use a good Underdark AP ala D1-3 and Night Below for the next AP btw. <---- not too subtle, am I? :)


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An Osirion Desert if Desolation-esque AP would be soooooo cool. <----- yet another Sunderstone hint.


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Sissyl wrote:
I want and do not want a FFVIII-2. So so so much.

Have to admit, I never much cared for VIII. I wasn't a fan of the draw system.


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The "monster in the party" thing is a nod to the DQ series from Enix most likely.

I first got into FF back on the SNES with FF3 (later 6 on the PSOne). I bought the PSOne because of it. Same with the PS2 and FFX. I even bought the PSP because I heard VII was going to be downloadable.
As for square dropping the ball, the last good games from them were FFX and DQVIII, both on the PS2. I was never a fan of DQ until VIII, I always considered it the cutesy, kiddie alternative to FF. It grew on me.
My favorite FF games are VI, VII, and X, in that order too. I also recommend Xenogears and Chrono Trigger both are available on the PS network as downloadable PSOne classics. I will likely buy a Vita (though I never get to use a handheld, my psp and DSI XL are paperweights) just to store the PSOne classics.

Square needs to go back to the old formula with control over all party members and an open world of random encounters to grind up levels if we want to.


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To me, D&D is dead. The game I grew up playing is gone. It was a marvelous run with some unforgettable gaming moments. WotC drove it into the ground (as Many of us knew they would.
I have zero confidence in WotC producing any kind of RPG. Even with Monte Cook as the lead designer.

Pathfinder has everything I could want in a tabletop RPG. Great Adventures, Rules, Campaign Setting, etc. It's also backwards compatible (with a little work) with a huge library of goodies from the 3E/3.5 era. Many of my favorite developers are here too.

Based on all this, I cant see myself playing D&D ever again. I'll stick with PFRPG. I wonder what will happen to the brand if it fails again for 5E.

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