ERICVOLTAGE

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  1. #143. Time to break that hiatus, eh? Surprisingly sweet towards the ending, but for a three episode 'arc', it kinda dragged and felt like a drawn-out student film. Also, at the very very end:
  2. $29.99 USD on Amazon. $23.99 if you pre-order with Prime.
  3. That's a lot of stuff, without a doubt, just wish more season passes would go on sale too.
  4. From the guide:
  5. The game has an option in the main menu, i do believe, to read though the timeline's history to brush up on things. Most of the game, if not all of it is about building the mother base, and whatnot. So it doesn't really matter to an extent. Not the best hopping-on point, but better than most. 1) Though there are unique occurrences in the game, missions will have their own lead up and pay off, little cut-scenes, so the main focus won't be missed. 2) Answered above. 3) My advice? Invest money in getting better equipment as you earn it and time in material and soldier grinding early as you progress. Grind, do missions, tasks and etc, go back and forth. Get's less tedious that way. Your resources will refine as you do your mission stuff, so you'll always be progressing without it getting too stale. If you're going for a platinum, get that wormhole fulton as early as possible, it's a damn lifesaver, and focus on your Nuke requirements ASAP as you play.
  6. Revenge of the Red Cases™
  7. Financially speaking, I can't treat myself to $60 games all the time. So depending on how much I want it, $30 is my top dollar, most of the time. Just the way it go, ya' know.
  8. ^ Wipeout HD Respec™
  9. ^ Atari Flashback Classics Vol. 1 & 2.
  10. Rocksmith @ 0.24%.
  11. ^ 初音ミク -PROJECT DIVA- F?
  12. ^ Metal Grill Salad 4.
  13. Looking for a price drop so I can enjoy my David Cage train wreck in peace.
  14. #142 Equally charming as it was annoying. Strength lies with the witty intertwining of everyone's favorite properties, while the weak-link is having to noodle around with the character pad every so often. There's a lot fun in there, nonetheless. It's just punctuated with reminders that the IRL stuff is a drag.
  15. ^ All those Metal Grills. Dang