WHY AM I LAUGHING SO HARD WHY IS MY SENSE OF HUMOR THIS TERRIBLE
I’ve just finished the first season and … fuck I’m in tears. I’ve been crying for what has to be the majority of the last half hour.
So yeah, thanks for that meraina
But seriously, it’s so good. I’m not a zombie fan at all, but this show is just perfect.
Now I’m gonna go cry myself to sleep.
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you know those people that can literally carry on a conversation with anyone are amazing like wow how do you do that
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The Iron Throne for Kids Who Can’t Read Good and Who Wanna Learn to Do Other Stuff Good Too
So about that Watch Dogs post from yesterday: I said I’d put in a couple more hours and I’d love it, and you know what? I put in a couple more hours and now I love it.
I still suck at driving pretty much, but it’s so fun regardless. The game looks god damn amazing (clothes flap in the wind!!), the environments are (as usual with Ubisoft games) just breathtaking, there’s a shit tone of stuff to do besides the main storyline. I love that you’re almost always able to choose the kind of approach you want to make in a mission (go in guns blazin’ or try using your hacking skills and stealth to have as few confrontations as possible).
Going by the progress tracker I’m around 20% through by now, but the majority of that percentage are side missions and collectibles. I’ve only now met up with Damien (which is, as far as I can tell, pretty early into the story), but I’ve been cumulatively already playing for about 12 hours. And it doesn’t feel like a grind at all! Compared to ACIV, which I’ve also completed with all side missions cleared, the side missions and collectible hunts here are much less irritating. Though that might also be because instead of having to sail across the empty sea to get than one damn fragment on a mini island in the middle of nowhere, here you get to drive through a densely populated and highly dynamic city.
I’ve woken up at 7:30am today (‘cause I have a pensioner’s biorhythm, I swear to god) and have been playing almost non-stop until 8:30pm. And I’d still be playing if I didn’t have to eat. Also my hands and back are cramped and in knots from the repetitive motions and improper posture. Stupid biological limitations, I need an upgrade to my hardware.
In conslusion: right now I’m loving it, we’ll see if that will change as I get further into the story. And while I’m still a little pissy about Ubisoft’s issues with representation, I can’t help it, I love what they are able to produce. Watch Dogs, like AC, just fit me, playstyle and story-wise. Also pretty next gen graphic help too :)
Oh and if anyone who might be reading this is interested: I’m playing on a PS4 from Europe (I’m not sure whether these kind of games have different servers for different continents) and my PSN handler is BadAyka. Add me if you like.
so this morning i was playing with the slow-mo mode on my phone, hoping to get a majestic vid of a bumblebee taking off
but instead i found this dumbfuck
So I got my PS4 yesterday, put it up today, installed Watch_Dogs. I was only able to play it for an hour and a half, since I need to watch League, but my thoughts so far:
- I suck at driving
- I love jumping out of my fast moving car, because the way Aiden reacts is phenomenal (ragdoll -> looks dead -> gets up -> checks phone)
- the interface it cool to look at but so goddamn confusing once you start moving and the target of it keeps jumping to random passers-by
But I’m confident I’ll get the hang of it in another hour or two and start loving it, like I always do
it looks like a judgmental shoelace.
"hiiiissssssssssssssssssssssss shirt looks stupid"