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General / Re: Current Collection Goals?
« on: November 12, 2018, 03:47:29 pm »
Gotta catch em' all

Modern Video Games / Re: Are you hyped for dat Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee!?
« on: November 11, 2018, 04:52:03 am »
What ruined them is how they got rid of wild pokemon battles
I had the same initial reaction but then I thought about it and came to the conclusion that wild Pokemon on the overworld is sufficiently refreshing to give it a try.

I played a Pokemon game on my PC emulated recently and was basically doing a speed run rushing through as fast as I could and random encounters did feel a little burdensome, if you aren’t looking for wild Pokemon having to hit run away every 5 steps is actually kinda lame.

I want the next core Pokemon game with everything that came before plus 100 new Pokemon and whole new region and post game, which is coming next year, but it won’t stop me from trying to enjoy Pokemon Yellow in 3D with a twist in the meantime.

I’m looking forward to playing with a team I totally wouldn’t usually go for (no Charizard, Nidoking, etc.)

Modern Video Games / Are you hyped for dat Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee!?
« on: November 10, 2018, 02:27:58 pm »
Because I am.

General / Re: What are you playing?
« on: November 06, 2018, 12:16:23 pm »
Red Dead Redemption 2 with Pokemon Let’s Go! Eevee on preorder for next Friday

Given that Red Dead Redemption 2 is so excellent, it's somewhat painful to experience any other open world game.

One of the relatively modern tekken games.

In the past my answer would have been Street Foghter II but I think I’d play Tekken more today.

I would hand them Manhunt and GTA while they were still in the womb.

I don’t know about collectors but I can see some players gravitating toward them due to no game installs and no day one patches.

I’m certainly less excited for next gen knowing that 100GB+ installs are already here, 4K textures will be the target and consoles have largely lost their few advantages over PCs.

I can see a world where next gen games are $70, take at least 80GB to install and require an expensive system with only 1TB of space.

It wouldn’t surprise me if Microsoft and/or Sony adopted streaming for the next gen (in light of what the install size of 4K games would be) and subscription services (in light of what the price of 4K games would be).

PS3 and XB360 are really the last traditional put a disc in and play off the disc systems.

I had a 360 all of the 7th gen and it sounds like a jet engine now. If next gen sucks I’ll stick to PC and consider picking up a PS3 which I haven’t owned before. Cheaper games, faster install, no patches needed.

General / Re: VGC's Anonymous/"General" Topic:
« on: October 03, 2018, 12:05:11 pm »
If you have a steelbook video game or blu ray, is it fire resistant?

Considering that the average house fire is only a slim 1100 degrees fahrenheit, the chances are pretty high of a steelbook surving the accident if it would actually be made out of steel to get to that sweet 1500 fahrenheit melting point.

Well, I mean that is if you are only talking about house fires.  Seether's question is a bit more generic than that.  Jet fuel can't melt steel beams, but I bet it can melt steelbooks.

if nothing else it would burn off all the paint and leave you with just the charred metal itself. 3 pieces of it, because it would burn through the plastic hinges to it.

Jet fuel can’t melt steelbooks.

General / Re: VGC's Anonymous/"General" Topic:
« on: September 29, 2018, 03:32:58 am »
If you have a steelbook video game or blu ray, is it fire resistant?



The plight of the materialistic.

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