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Posted peteed1985 on 13 August 2014 - 05:44 AM
Posted FrogKnight87 on 13 August 2014 - 05:39 AM
Question 2. any map works
Posted Stargate on 11 June 2014 - 03:02 AM
What are foods/cuisine in Norway like?
No I am afraid Edge of Tomorrow is like the SCIFI Action movie Looper(2012). I don't give a crap about the general IMDB taste and Looper(2012) was a huge disppointment for me an average 5/10 movie.
Honestly repeating same day would better fit a comedy. Edge of Tomorrow might be more to my liking then Looper(2012) though difficult to tell without seeing it first, but I like the thought of cool Alien War.
Cube is the expert on Norway food she is born in Norway. I have lived in both Finland and Sweden those are near to Norway but if you want to know Norway food in detail I think Cube is one of the best Norway experts.
Posted I pwnd U on 11 June 2014 - 03:14 AM
Posted Cube on 11 June 2014 - 10:28 AM
What are foods/cuisine in Norway like?
If you mean what the average person is having daily I'd say bread. We have a culture made of bread. Bread's everything. Bread and meats that you can put on your bread. We have for the most part a big selection of dried soups, stews, etc as well. Less comes in tins or glass here but there's some very small selections usually all done by the same company. Same with the soups and stews, the market is dominated by Norwegian companies and we have little to chose from. You can find some other kinds of foods if you go to Menu, which is a bit more expensive supermarket, they do more prepared foods, and cut the meat and fish for you. There's a tiny Japanese/Chinese/Indian section in most stores, selling the basics for more tasty stuff, but it's few options to be honest.
If by restaurants there's not too much to chose from but I wont say too much because I do not eat out in Norway as it's terrifyingly expensive! But there's only a few good restaurants, otherwise there's a lot of fast food kind of restaurants, like chinese, kebab(really big in some places) and the worst of them all: Old people's food. Potatoes, brown sauce, kjøttboller or other kinds of super dry meat.
Posted M1k3l on 03 September 2012 - 05:15 AM
Also, the projectile it shoots arch very high in the air and take several seconds to hit ground, if you angle your camera so your looking upwards you can track the projectile and see it land, if it comes up short of the boat.
Hopefully you progressed past this by now but if not, I hope this helps.
Posted davadude on 06 June 2014 - 05:13 PM
Yep. My previous quotes were wrong. You don't even need to play it, just log-in and it's yours for free, forever.
Yep, you could simply buy the episodes (read: episodes, not individual instances) you wanted, and if you skip any, the NPCs assume you completed the previous ones with the top or default answer.
Posted Lordkrall on 06 June 2014 - 02:12 PM
If you login during the time (2 weeks) that the event is taking place, you will get access for it for free forever.
If you do not, you can chose to buy it for 200 gems and get access for it forever.
Posted Desild on 20 April 2014 - 07:46 PM
To Megaserver or not to Megaserver. That is the question!
Anything that leaves my beloved Rata Sum filled to the brim with random people, eating at my already limited FPS, is inherently bad. I didn't asked for this!
Posted Neo Nugget on 16 April 2014 - 03:07 AM
The patch is unsurprisingly quite hefty, so the notes will be hidden in spoiler tags for the most part.
New Features and Content
Structured Player vs. Player
Posted Neo Nugget on 04 April 2014 - 10:25 AM
After a surprising absence from last month's sale selection, bags and bank slots have gotten a small price cut of 20%. To add to this, the Heroic Edition update is also discounted, and a single repair canister and gathering booster can be obtained for free. It seems like the sale momentum hasn't quite slowed down yet, so it wouldn't be such a bad idea to hold out a little longer to see what else gets slashed.
Yes, I'm talking about character slots.
Posted Kattar on 11 April 2014 - 11:49 PM
Although even bothering to say that is a waste of time since everyone is going to think it just applies to the other people in this thread and not them.
It applies to you.
Posted Epitaph_Blade on 01 April 2014 - 11:44 PM
I consider this game to be the most important MMO since WoW, in terms of setting a path for the genre.
- The pay to play model, with the no pay to win cash shop, with no paid expansion, and only cosmetic or QoL items for cash.
It just shows how it should be. The amount of games on the market increases every year, you can't be bound to a single one, and you shouldn't, being able to buy the "right" to play is a good model, that allows players to come back (or leave).
- The world is huge, consistent, very artistically made, and very CPU friendly.
Allows the addition of new zones without much hassle, allows the intervention of zones for events, and (here I disagree with some) allows a huge sense of exploration. Jumping Puzzles, treasure chests, and even some PoI or Vistas, require you to look around, and find a way to reach them.
- Classes, traits, weapons. Simplicity is appreciated, you shouldn't need to get an expensive piece of hardware to play a game more easily, using few buttons is always better. (Some say only having to press one button is "bad design", which is false, it doesn't depends on the amount of buttons you have to press, but what you can do with a single button. Look at Portal 1/2, very simple game, great design, very few buttons and actions).
It allows to add more classes, traits, skills and weapons. But they lack expertise in balancing (its already hard to do, but I wish they had a better system for finding the right balance, changing the way characters work every 4 months is not good, when you have to invest on permanent gear for them).
- Large scale combat. It being only a zerg fest is a myth. I play WvW regularly, and it does allow more complex systems of gameplay, and also, rewards coordination. A zerg is not an army, a zerg is just an unit, yet the army is what a server can have when they organize various guilds. The system allows to, as a player, have an impact on the outcome of a fight, if played right. Sadly, most people don't get what WvW is about, and forget is a game of resource management.
It can be improved, but it's certainly very good comparatively, and with a lot of new elements of design, at least for MMOs, that will, without doubt, influence the future of design in the genre.
- Tons of quality of life improvements over other MMOs, just tons of them, with more comming. If I had to define GW2 for one of its features, I'd say the most remarkable is the focus on QoL features.
- The Art. Just the fact that a lot of people working on Anet came from WotC, is a plus. I can see the resemblance. Divinity Reach looks very similar to the world of Ravnica on Magic The Gathering.
Very innovative, and at the same time, not just plain "weird" or different for the sake of different. I can see this being carried from its predecessor.
- The shift on players mentality towards content. You have to cooperate with others. You have to be social. And the game allows you to. Jerks exist everywhere, but the majority of the game is populated with normal people, that reacted well to the coop meta. The whole level system allows you to participate with new players.
Posted Tevesh on 08 April 2014 - 12:55 PM
Posted Feathermoore on 01 April 2014 - 01:10 PM
Personally, the dialogue of NPCs around the world is my favorite part of the game. Sure, some of the conversations seem forced, and I really feel there should be more of them in certain areas (more of a hubbub where you can't pick out conversations easily) but it adds a touch to the game I enjoy.
Many of the quality of life additions (the wallet and auto send to bank of crafting materials) are nice additions to the game. Map travel is tossed in here as well even though I think there is a bit too much of it. Traveling in the MMO is part of the system. Later zones should have less waypoints in more out of the way places. This also discourages zerging.
Being able to use leap skills out of combat to travel is something I think is overlooked but is a great addition to the game. It makes sense, is fun, decreases the amount of jumping people do, and increases travel speed.
I actually feel that the rewarding everyone that hits a mob with loot is a bad thing. Sure it sounds great at first, but it encourages zerging instead of grouping and is toxic to gameplay because of this. Making it so everyone in your party is rewarded is a much better system (and makes more sense) excluding some of the larger bosses. XP for everyone makes sense, items... it actually hurts the game more than it helps.
As an explorer I actually hate the POI/Vista system. It ruins my experience and is a sour note every time I feel one. Remove the icons, keep the notification of the name of the area (like walking into inner regions in a zone) and you get a nice combination of the two. There are some cool things hidden around for explorers without POIs or Vistas, but the vistas aren't there for explorers. We get nothing out of them. They are a system for achievers which is the group that is most pandered to in MMOs. It irks me that something that should be encouraged and rewarded for explorers has been taken from us and given to the play style that has the most to do. I am actually tempted to avoid vistas as an explorer (and there are some that I just don't bother to do) as they just don't give me any sense of accomplishment in the slightest. The strawberry garden, the secret house for the Order in the Shiverpeaks, the cave behind the gong gate, the tunnel in Malchor's Leap, the might buff in CM, getting on top of DR, secret room in the tomb, the organ in Ebonhawke. These are all great and for explorers. POIs/Vistas aren't.