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OrangeRKN

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  1. OrangeRKN

    What's your....

    Taiko no Tatsujin with drum Can't even play it because I'm scared of annoying my neighbours... :lol:
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    Dangerous Driving

    Has anyone who's got this not got spotify? If so what are you doing about the lack of music?
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    Fallout 4

    I'm surprised she wasn't marked essential (which is one of the things I hate in Fallout 4 and Skyrim...)
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    Fallout 4

    Obligatory "play New Vegas" post
  5. Very happy to see A Way Out get the multiplayer award. Instantly better than the Golden Joysticks! Happy for Yoku's Island Express too
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    Fallout 4

    I liked building at that settlement because you can get up onto the highway which is a cool location for a base. Your plan sounds good though too!
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    Fallout 4

    There's a quest with him that changes that He somehow gets lets interesting afterwards
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    Fallout 4

    So you missed out on the adventures of Herbert "Daring" Dashwood and his ghoul manservant Argyle??? Galaxy News Radio is absolutely top tier. Fallout 4's radio is incredibly disappointing in comparison :(
  9. I got this on Switch but need to give it a proper go. I think I'm being somewhat unfair in comparing it to Binding of Isaac considering that game is near perfect
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    Moonlighter

    It's alright but I was getting bored of the loop as I was finishing up the third dungeon. I would have pushed through but after placing down a portal before the boss, every time I tried to return the game froze on reloading the dungeon. That bug killed it for me as I couldn't stomach working through every floor again when I should have just been able to teleport back in and take on the boss. I think the game is just a little slow at ramping up the shop mechanics, I'd find it more engaging if it was quicker paced.
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    Fallout 4

    Look forward to it! Told you this was a good idea ;) I think this is just what happens when you play a Bethesda game several years down the line, once they've had a load of patching.
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    Fallout 4

    Synths are bad guys, Brotherhood are bad guys, Minutemen are good guys because I am their god-emperor
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    Fallout 4

    Worst thing about the Brotherhood - by refusing to join or help them I locked myself out of their questline, which meant that I never got the trophy for finding every location in the game because there is no other way of getting to their blimp >:| Literally the one location I was missing
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    Fallout 4

    I think this can sometimes happen when an enemy dies, despite you not being involved. Sometimes from fighting others, sometimes just from bugging out on spawn or something.
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    Fallout 4

    It's better than 4 imo :P Most interesting setting of all the Bethesda games with a massive and varied map, and a ton of variety in enemies too. Mostly though I just love being able to build camps almost wherever I want - settlement building was by far my most loved part of 4. Yeah it doesn't have many NPCs and the quests are all linear, but that was the weakest part of 4 by far and New Vegas has all the other games beat hands down. NV is still my go-to as a proper RPG with interesting and branching quest lines (and the only game I felt it worth having companions in), but I'm enjoying 76 plenty as an exploration game. It still has all the environmental storytelling that Bethesda are actually good at, without the badly done quest writing that upset me in Fallout 4!
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    Fallout 4

    Yeah there is a lot of learning of what is and isn't worth picking up. I'm still going through it in 76 at the moment. The scrapper perk is super useful for gathering materials as it gives you more and extra materials from scrapping things.
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    Fallout 4

    Classic Bethesda bug right there! On settlements being attacked, I /think/ that each settlement has set spawn points just outside, so enemies will always attack from certain directions, but I think I also read that the AI needs to be able to path them into the settlement, and if you prevent this from happening (i.e. have no doors/gates at all) then they can start spawning inside. Certainly with Hangman's Alley it was enough for me to put turrets at the two entrances and enemies would just throw themselves against them. If your defence stat is high enough attacks happen very rarely anyway (you definitely want defences totaling more than the settlement's combined food and water yields).
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    Fallout 4

    I like the player camera as it makes it feel more immersive, like you're actually building rather than pulling you out the game. But yes it can be fiddly as hell. I don't think the game ever tells you this but if you hold down the select button (X on PS4) you can move the object forwards/back and left/right without moving yourself. That lets you place stuff further away and is occasionally useful. The later levels of the Local Leader perk are worth getting too as they let you build stores and workbenches.
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    Fallout 4

    The radioactive pool in Starlight Drive-In can be made nonradioactive by scrapping the radioactive barrels that are in it. Just enter the crafting mode and hover over the barrels and you'll be able to scrap them. I had a water purifier sat in it with a few shacks surrounding it, but the main thing I did with the settlement was build up against the back of the giant screen: Also Hangman's Alley was one of my favourite settlements, I managed to max it out with 20 settlers despite being so small by building up along the walls. It was super fiddly but I was proud:
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    Fallout 4

    Yeah you need to link settlements with supply routes, once you've done that they will all share an inventory. It's possible for supply routes to break if the person assigned to them dies, but it's pretty unlikely! I just gave them all shotguns and mining helmets (I liked them all being visible from their light). In crafting mode when you highlight a resident it will show you a symbol to what they are assigned. It will also highlight the exact resource that are assigned to, but that requires them being in view, obviously. You select them then the resource you want to assign/unassign. It can be fiddly, but if you build a bell that can help. When you ring it all the settlers will stop what they are doing and gather at the bell, so you can more easily reassign them. I absolutely loved the settlement building, best part of 4 by far!
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    Fallout 4

    Welcome to Fallout 4, enjoy your next 100 hours
  22. OrangeRKN

    Comfort gaming

    The PSP probably has the most comfort games for me, like Star Wars Battlefront II or Elite Squadron and Dead to Rights: Reckoning. It's hard to pinpoint why but that era just feels very "classic" in game design.
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    Headlander

    This almost sounds like the premise of Space Station Silicon Valley
  24. I love the Switch but the d-pad (or lack-of) is a bit rubbish. The best d-pad is actually on the Vita
  25. I think the art style captures the tone of the game perfectly. Also I recall reading this quite a while ago, all the way back with DX the developers were talking about "The cute, bubble-headed characters" and "The brightly-coloured scenery" https://www.glitterberri.com/links-awakening/staff-questionnaire/
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