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    Mortal Kombat 11

    I'm not as excited for this announcement but it's probably attributed to my experience as a PC player. I did sink many hours into MKX though. Multiplayer was shitty for me thanks to netcode and being in Australia. I also had my arse handed to me more than I care to admit. Maybe when I see some gameplay it could grab my attention. I hope they added something new and improved the balance.
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    Random Image Thread

    I quite like The Darkness series and the concept. Bring back more! I found the website for the original game awesome but I think it's gone.
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    Who is your favorite character from any 90's FPS game?

    I would say Doom guy but I will go with Caleb. The anti-hero who's sadistic but loudly screams in pain when hurt. I love his lines.
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    Post your pet pictures!

    My cat playing with my usb fan.
  5. Fallout 76 was a quick cash grab. Bethesda Studios clearly did not spend 3 years working on the game. It's even notably lower quality and glitchier for a Bethesda game. Most assets are recycled from Fallout 4 so I believe the most effort went into a new map, monsters and hammering multiplayer onto it. Doom Eternal demonstrated sufficient gameplay to give us a good idea what to expect and due to the previous release the expectation is further cemented. But yeah, it's reasonable to be suspicious of their DLC and potential pre-order bonuses. In saying that Doom 2016s special edition kicked ass.
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    How do you deal with a bad day?

    Strangely enough, standing up and taking a deep breath helps. Slowly exhale and count to 10. Then start thinking calm thoughts or doing something you find relaxing. Music, gaming, reading etc. Sometimes you either consciously or subconsciously don't want to calm down for whatever reason. Forcing myself to do the above has worked so far.
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    And don't forget to put player progress into consideration. The atmosphere and monster growls would have had a greater effect when you don't know what to expect or how to handle it. Sadly it's short lived as we learn and adapt. Come to think of it the beauty of Doom is how you can easily experience the game as a creepy, tense experience or go straight into action packed shooter. Doom 3 in comparision won't give you that option due to design choice and technical limitations. If you get bored of the core aspect of the game, it has nothing left to offer.
  8. I'm playing it and enjoying it but I won't recommend it. Imagine Fallout 4 but 99% Dialogue stripped away, no human npcs, no story except for terminals and holotapes, combat more clunky, vats greatly weakened, bugs more frequent, building less flexible and carry weight much more limited and a greater problem. What you get, a new Fallout world with some new monsters however they feel rare and you mostly fight feral ghouls, scorched (almost normal ghouls littered with peppermint flakes) and supermutants until you travel fairly far. Also coop and a very weak form of pvp. It feels like Bethesda went two steps back technically and creatively and the many recycled assests makes it feel lazy. If you enjoy Fallout grind, gunplay and scavanging then you may still enjoy it. Just not nearly compared to the previous installments. I think it's a quick cash grab while they're working on other projects. The cash must flow.
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    Share a random fact about yourself

    @Agent6 You need to be less self loathing. I read your posts and you don't come off as someone worth despising. I understand that people are different to their online personas but there is still a reflection of a stable reasonably thinking person. I feel you can even be a moderator of a argument.
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    Does anyone else find Doom 3 mediocre?

    I agree with @ketmar with the length. The game being amazing with its lighting, graphics and technology makes it feel like a really good and memorable 30 minute tech demo spread out to last 10 hours. I keep mentioning this but that leaked (and terribly buggy) Alpha blew my mind. I craved for more but in the middle of Doom 3 I was over it except for the Hell levels.
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    What is your favorite soda?

    I don't drink Soda often but Fanta would be my number one choice. Granted it's super sweet. Second is Vanilla Coke.
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    Random Image Thread

    Becareful Grazza, My people lost a War to those things. As tribute we had to put them on our iconic and official propaganda.
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    @chemo Agreed but you shouldn't deny there were brief but significant moments of horror, tension and terror. The Cyberdemon introduction was intense with the roar, stomps, ominous music, no enemy in sight except for 4 dead Barons we never witnessed until then. Leaving the room to face what was out there needed a little bravery. Then during the episodes you come across some pretty gory scenes amplified by some of the darker music. Also When you hear grunts of distant monsters it can add to the tension. However to a experienced player they only serve as a useful game mechanic (I can hear these types of enemies walking around, I may have not visited this location yet or a trap was set off).
  14. @The_Shape Unrelated to Doom but it would appear you would enjoy this scene from the game Dead by Daylight.
  15. @explorix and @FractalBeast I thoroughly enjoy both games. I have played Warband faaar more but it's more sandbox and has multiplayer. I can't wait for Bannerlord. In regards to Kingdom Come Deliverance, despite all the many bugs and glitches I truly do find this game great and want to see more releases.