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  1. Nearing my 50th hour in Pillars of Eternity. Reached chapter 3 (final one afaik) and started the first of two DLCs, which I'm almost done with. Killed my first Dragon, and have found another one who I haven't been able to defeat yet. Still have around 15-20 side quests active at this point and have yet to explore a few areas. I also upgraded the stronghold to the max (needs a couple of days to finalise the last upgrade). Once that is done, it's hoping for a Legendary adventure to show up, so I can get the arguably most difficult trophy out of the way. Got two more companions as well, who are from the DLC. Encountered another bug, which I haven't found a fix for. The ranger class has an animal companion, however the animal disappeared after switching out party members and after swapping the ranger back in. This one is kind of bad, because a lot of the ranger's skills are related to the "pet". I'll probably finish up the first DLC on the weekend and maybe try to clear all the remaining side quests in the base game.
  2. The DLC is end game content. You'll be asked, if you want to get auto-boosted to the recommended level (40 I think), Leaving it for last is the best option I'd say. There is plenty of good gear to be had playing through the base game. There is one type of side missions (I think they are a different colour) that are given to you by a merchant kid called Reda. Those always give very good rewards and usually are for your level at the time. He seems to sort of travel to the same cities/regions you do while progressing through the story, so keep an eye out for him. I sort of made it a habit of going wherever he showed up, even if it happened to be somewhat out of the way.
  3. @PerryToxteth I also ended up getting sdie-tracked a lot with all the different side quests. I think I finished the game at the 76ish hour mark. The DLCs then added another 20 or so hours to it (not worth the full price imo). Have you tried out the tour guide mode yet?
  4. Time again for a wrap up of (not that) recent progress. As for plats, there's 6 and also dropped 3 games from my play list. #379 Game of Thrones - This is the RPG, not the shitty Telltale game. This one doesn't knock it out of the park either, but at least didn't run like absolute ass. Story and voice acting was good enough to compensate for the clunky and somewhat subpar combat. #380 Detroit Become Human - Was a good one, although I still prefer Heavy Rain. This one had a few funky animations and a bunch of logical fallacies throghout the entire game. You still don't get to skip credits btw #381 Pyre - Felt a bit bland overall. Lack of voice acting, lack of gameplay and a an overly dragged out story mae this a mediocre experience. #382 Horizon Zero Dawn - This one was a good time, although it could've benefitted from a few improvements in certain areas. Also wtf, not letting me ride any machine I spend time taming. #383 11-11 Memories Retold - THe art style the devs chose to use, ruined the whole experience for me. Had potential though. #384 Burnout Paradise Remastered - Was fun, although lacked waypoints and changing cars on the fly. The online, while stable, was a pain to get done because people kept dropping out or not showing up. As for the dropped games we have... Onechanabra Z2 Chaos, A DMC clone that traded depth for boobs and still ooks like a PS2 title. Then tehre's Trillion: God of Destruction, which has one of the laziest "gameplay" mechanics ever. Hit button to train, repeat, rest, repeat, fight boss, die, do same with another character. Lastly there's Tomb Raider, a game that has an exceptionally annoying online portion, that I can't be arsed to deal with anymore. New additions: Odin Sphere Leifthrasir Everspace Stellar Edition Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor Martyr Immortal Unchained Distrust The Occupation
  5. Amensia Collection for me. Thanks for the giveaway!
  6. Time for my first post-KYC update. Got the plat in Burnout Paradise Remastered. Not much to add to my previous impression on it really. It's a solid game and fun in short bursts. It gets kind of tiresome doing the 90 races, and later on they increased the AI difficulty by making them behave like dicks, trying to make you crash every chance they get. Still on my first playthrough of Pillars of Eternity. About 25 hours in and recently started the second act. Currently at 7 companions, meaning that 2 are idling at the keep, doing any of the passive quests that pop up. In Odin Sphere Leifthrasir I fiished up the 2nd character's story. Still missing a few more playthroughs, but I'm taking a break from it for a while. I also decided to drop Onechanbara Z2 Chaos. Tried going back to it, and was instantly bored. That's when I knew that there's no way in hell I'll have the patience to sit through several playthroughs of that game. For now I'll mostly be focusing on finishing up the first playthrough f Pillars of Eternity. I think I already messed up one trophy, due to some incorrect info on the guide for it. Not too much of an issue though, as a second one is mandatory anyway.
  7. #384 - Burnout Paradise Remastered One of the better racing games out there. Still better than most recent NFS titles, although it's noticeable that lack of convenience in this game. Having to drive to a junkyard every time you want to change car and the impossibility of setting waypoints are somewhat of a nuisance. At least there's no cringy garbage story to sit through. The online, while solid as a mod is a pain when it comes to trophies. While not overly difficult, having to rely on 7 other people to show up is a recipe for disaster. Enjoyment: 7 Difficulty: 4.5 (only because of the online, the rest is pretty straightforward)
  8. Streaming some more Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor Martyr https://www.twitch.tv/voodoo_eyes

  9. Streaming some more Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor Martyr https://www.twitch.tv/voodoo_eyes

  10. Streaming some Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor Martyr https://www.twitch.tv/voodoo_eyes

  11. Anyone up for Tomb Raider (ps3) online boosting (the ranked wins in every mode? Need 1 more, since we head a no show for the session