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I'm a big fan of Lifecoach too. Trump makes me laugh for some reason even if I don't think he provides the best commentary. Kripp is well, Kripp. He mainly plays Arena and has no trouble being blunt about his opinions.

You have made it higher then me. My top was r8. I was really crawling up the ladder again right when Reno hit, but you can tell people have caught on to it. I need to create a couple other style decks with the new cards and see if I enjoy them.

You still on EU? It drives me nuts they haven't figured out how to do crossplay between zones.
Yeah, EU. Well, if they allowed playing accross regions, there would be no incentive whatsoever to purchase packs on multiple "accounts". Then again, Blizzard can't even add offline-messanges to their b.net messenger, so it might actually exceed their capabilites. biggrin.gif

Didn't get to r5. frown.gif That golden epic would've been nice, if only to dust it. Should've probably just raptor rogued my way to r5 yesterday.
post #4562 of 5059
Hmmm. Does anyone besides maybe a Pro spend money on packs across regions? They would only do it to have needed cards for tournaments not held in their main regions. Most of the streamers I know of only run "free" accounts out of their own regions. I also doubt many regular players invest much that way. I guess what I am getting at here is I am not sure how profitable not allowing cross regional play really is for Blizzard. There has to be other reasons going on here.

I know a girl who used to work at Blizzard. Will try and ask her next time I get.
post #4563 of 5059
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Originally Posted by accordion View Post
 

 

The world is overwhelming but you don't have to do most side missions.

Lol. Obviously you do not understand the depths of my RPG OCD. 

 

Anyway, the more I play it the more I like it. Still no Gwent, still pretty overwhelming, but I am really impressed by the depth of the mythology. Feels good to play a game with an actual story, even if I'm lost. My only sort-of complaint is that I have an idea of how I want to play the character, but that I sort of can't tell which dialogue option will get me what I want because they're all, like, "I'm such a snarky and sarcastic witcher," but I just want to save the world and fall in love. 

post #4564 of 5059
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

Lol. Obviously you do not understand the depths of my RPG OCD. 

this is the reason why i always end up dropping games towards the end unless i've cleared EVERYTHING POSSIBLE and max/mined as much as possible. my laziness trumps my ocd 99% of the time, but my ocd stops me from going further hahahaha
post #4565 of 5059

Don't skip Gwent, you'll regret it later. You can be as much of a completionist as you want until you're 50 hours in and realize you're not even halfway through.

post #4566 of 5059

god DAMMIT i've been playing gwent for an hour now. 

post #4567 of 5059
Still trying to find a good, current RTS. Seemed like the genre dies years ago.
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Still trying to find a good, current RTS. Seemed like the genre dies years ago.
What about SC2: LotV?
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^I've been meaning to buy that, as I thoroughly enjoyed WoL and HotS. Pretty bad at the multiplayer tho. :embar: 

post #4570 of 5059
The last good RTS was Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War. I was so good at the game too. I regret not playing it competitively. When I was a college student and had to do debates, Id put screenshots of Space Marines in the margins of my debate notes to hype me up.
post #4571 of 5059
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Don't skip Gwent, you'll regret it later. You can be as much of a completionist as you want until you're 50 hours in and realize you're not even halfway through.


Gwent is one of the best minigames I ever played but it did take a while to get into.

post #4572 of 5059
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What about SC2: LotV?
Thank, I'll look at it

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Originally Posted by Reggs View Post

The last good RTS was Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War. I was so good at the game too. I regret not playing it competitively. When I was a college student and had to do debates, Id put screenshots of Space Marines in the margins of my debate notes to hype me up.
Alas, windows, only.
post #4573 of 5059
Starcraft 2 and it's two expansions is one of the best choices out. Large community and mod support. Blizzard will support online play for years too.
post #4574 of 5059
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Originally Posted by Reggs View Post

The last good RTS was Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War. I was so good at the game too. I regret not playing it competitively. When I was a college student and had to do debates, Id put screenshots of Space Marines in the margins of my debate notes to hype me up.

I always liked the original company of heroes. I was #1 ranked for a about 4 months. COH2 seemed like a letdown to me.
post #4575 of 5059
New Mortal Kombat X DLC is going to be shown tonight. We are supposed to see a new character. I still wish this game had made it to the PS3 as it looks great, but i'll get a PS4 at some point.
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