Cordeos

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  1. SUPERHOT

    Superhot VR is very hard. That is all.
  2. Favorite/Best Game Trailers

    I think they put that stuff there specifically to get smashed, considering they call out the team picture and the portrait of their dog getting smashed in the behind the scenes.
  3. Favorite/Best Game Trailers

    Another great Hitman Trailer, I really like how little dialog there is This GORN Trailer is a lot of fun
  4. I am just glad we live in a world where we dont have to go to a website called happy puppy to get cheats and guides.
  5. Maybe its just because I watched TOS after seeing all of TNG, DS9 and VOY but I had a hard time finishing the series. There are only 3 or 4 episodes that I really enjoyed and the first episodes are none of those. Part of the issue is that I find the campyness to be rather off putting. But I also find the lack of character development in TOS to be offputting, I generally dislike episodic shows where everything/everyone is the same at the end of the episode/season/series as they are at the beginning. The TOS movies do much better at this, Undiscovered Country is my favorite Trek film.
  6. Favorite/Best Game Trailers

    Inspired by this RPS article https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2018/01/09/the-best-pc-game-trailers-ever/ I decided to start a thread of our favorite game trailers. The one that immediately sprung to mind was this trailer for Hitman: Contracts What are your favorites?
  7. Idle Thumbs Readers Slack & Discord

    We should just spam minions at Jenna's twitter until slack is back up
  8. Recently completed video games

    I finished Ghost Recon Wildlands last night. The story was pretty terrible, lots of macho bs, drug war apologia and general jingoistic garbage, luckily all cut scenes are skippable so I was able to ignore most of it. The map is very pretty, a lot of Just Cause vibes in terms of terrain variety swampy jungle, snow mountains, salt flats and everything in between. The part of the game I enjoyed the most was actually item collection. Weapon upgrades are scattered across the map and I wanted all of them to fully tune my equipment so I flew around in a helicopter launching little raids. There is something immensely satisfying about slowly picking off guards in groups of 4 with your squad or calling in a bunch of rebel support and just charging in lobbing grenades. I also like how freeform the game is, to get to the ending you only need to complete half the missions most of which can be done in any way you like. If anyone is interested in playing I would gladly jump into a coop session. I am Cordeos on Uplay and Steam, hit me up.
  9. All of Discovery is now on on Amazon, and you can get a 3 day free trial if you are up for binging EDIT: Oops its still broadcasting I guess? So there are two more episodes not on amazon yet, I blew my 3 day free subscription
  10. What did you buy / how much did you spend in 2017?

    I bought a lot of games that I don't feel are really 'complete-able', especially the VR titles, which makes my list seem meager. I am getting better about not having a backlog of unplayed games. I think my most played game this year was Hearts of Iron 4 which I got in July of last year. When the China DLC comes out I will dive back into it. Ghost Recon Wildlands is also really fun despite having an awful story. It scratches my Rainbow Six Vegas 2 itch. The squad controls are not super advanced, but slowly marking and clearing a whole base of enemies without getting detected is very fun. Finished: Total Warhammer 2 #Archery Full Throttle (I still remembered the solution to almost every puzzle) Sniper Elite 4 Tacoma Xenonauts Assassins Creed Origins Purchased: Monumental Failure $10 Blood Bowl 2 $11 Genital Jousting $5 AudioShield $20 Total Warhammer DLC $55 #Archery $20 Call of the Starseed $12 Stellaris DLC $20 Full Throttle $12 Everything $12 Cities Skyline DLC $28 Star Trek Bridge Crew $50 Mountain $0.5 Sniper Elite 4 $40 Superhot VR $22 Sniper Elite 3 $12 Sky Rogue $7 L U N E $2 Shogun Total War $2 GORN $15 Tacoma $18 Total Warhammer 2 + DLC $77 Stardew Valley $15 Rez Infinite $20 Xenonauts $25 Heat Signature $13 Darkest Dungeon $10 Assassins Creed Origins $60 HITMAN DLC $7 Europa Universalis 4 DLC $7 Space Hulk + DLC $15 Castle Crashers $3 Crazy Fishing $8 Ghost Recon Wildlands $40
  11. Photos of things

    I tried out Darktable, Photo.net and Gimp before finding PhotoScape. I haven't dug into the more advanced editing tools but it is a solid app for browsing/deleting photos and doing basic cropping and straightening.
  12. Photos of things

    My girlfriend got me a DSLR! Nikon D3400, now that I have a good camera any suggestions on photo editing software? I used to just use Picasa but I guess Google removed the download link? Couldn't find it for my new PC.
  13. Confused about Social Media...

    I primarily use Facebook. I am super aggressive about hiding pages, especially meme or aggregator pages, I want to keep up with friends and family not what dumb jokes they like. Similarly I have paired Twitter down to just a few people, no celebs, brands, companies etc. I also block retweets from everyone to keep it to just what they themselves tweet. I like Instagram and use it frequently, also love having an infinite feed of red pandas and kittens. I have Snapchat but rarely use it as i find it too much of a bother to use two photo apps at the same time.
  14. I enjoyed Homefront The Revolution. It wasn't perfect but the semi-open world urban shooting was nice. I would love a open world shooter set entirely in a ruined city where most buildings can be entered. Homefront The Revolution was the closest a game has come to that. Also being able to customize guns on the fly was super fun.
  15. Looks amazing, I will totally buy it, but could they not have made your partner have Jessica Rabbit hips/butt?