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  1. I Had A Random Thought...

    I saw a kid in his early teens the other day wearing a 'Compton' t-shirt here in Austria the other day. Just had to take a moment to enjoy the ridiculousness of that.
  2. I read this in Nick's voice

    Goddammit
  3. Guess you Steam top 10 most played

    Let's see... 1. Counter-Strike 2. Super Meat Boy 3. Mass Effect 2 4. Arma II 5. Dark Souls 6. Dark Souls II 7. Mass Effect beyond that I'm quite clueless, I don't think I can guess any of them Okay, I'm happy with my #8 because I love The Sith Lords. Deus Ex HR, not so much but my sister's play through is also in there (same for Mass Effect). Dragon Age I would very much like to not be there, I didn't have any fun with it but felt obligated to finish it and it just edged out Half-Life. My next play through will remedy that. I actually have way, way more than 500 hours in Counter-Strike, but most of that was before they introduced the persistent time tracking. It's probably over 10,000 hours if I had to guess, by 2009 I barely played it any more. Super Meat Boy will overtake Mass Effect 2 because I still have one achievement to get and it's gonna take some time. Arma II is all DayZ, and I probably have as many hours of it outside Steam.
  4. Ah, Sexy Hiking. I remembered the game but not the name. Good fit for Bennet Foddy I guess.
  5. I read this in Nick's voice

    I think we do
  6. I like some stuff about Zeno Clash but it's one of the more frustrating games I've played. The melee combat never clicked for me, and even when I was doing well it wasn't satisfying. It's also very hard to keep track of multiple enemies at once, yet there are a lot of encounters designed around doing just that. The art direction saves kinda saves it, but it's closer to 'okay' than 'great' (will depend on what you value most in games though, for me the mechanics are usually the most important thing).
  7. Wait, you're already up to 2011? I'll get E.Y.E. for you then. How does Steam gifting work now though? I know they changed it to make it more cumbersome
  8. There was an official The Thing game that came out in 2002. I don't know much about it because I never played it, I just remember reading the review for it in PC Gamer UK. I thing it had a mechanic for testing if your allies were the thing, but doing so would upset them if they turned out not to be. Also, clearly it should be: 1x Xbox One X box
  9. If you're linking all these BioShock articles / threads I guess this one should be included
  10. Meow.

    Not sure if I ever got around to posting pics of my cat here. Sadly she had to be put down last week. Made it to 16 as an outdoor cat.
  11. The final boss of BioShock is one of the worst parts of the game. Honestly, everything after the Andrew Ryan moment feels superfluous. But then, I'm in the minority of people for whom BioShock never clicked. The art direction, the animations, the style of the audio logs, it all just put me off the game. My tastes are frequently quite different from yours though Ben!
  12. Half-Life 2: Episode 3

    I think you can still get it actually, even though it's de-listed
  13. Half-Life 2: Episode 3

    Definitely the best HL2 content. I think I'd rank all of them: 1. Half-Life 2. Half-Life 2: Episode 2 3. Half-Life: Opposing Force 4. Half-Life 2 5. Half-Life: Uplink 6. Half-Life 2: Episode 1 7. Half-Life: Blue Shift 8. Half-Life 2: Lost Coast I haven't played Half-Life: Decay!
  14. Half-Life 2: Episode 3

    I'm surprised they're charging for that. I own it but I definitely never bought it.