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  1. You can't really compare those two... Macbooks are primarily for work and business-related work whilst windows can do pretty much everything.
  2. I do have an ad-block installed, but it is usually turned off. I will turn it on only when I am on youtube or a sketchy website.
  3. xP I would play it 24/7 when I sold my graphics card and waited for over a month to get my new one... I mean, it was the only actual game I could play without getting five fps. I love it for the sole fact that it is fast paced, teamwork-based has a great community and it is overall a fascinating experience.
  4. Dumpster Diving is allowed in many countries, based on where you live the laws may be different. In general, it is not a crime such as stealing, because once you throw something in the dumpster, it becomes public (It will either be destroyed or taken).
  5. I use either my Debit Card (Visa & Mastercard) or Paypal which is linked to those two. If I have doubts about a site (even after reading reviews and asking people) I will use PayPal as they use their own Site to make the transactions instead of putting your information in a database that you aren't even sure if it is accessible only by them, none or anyone.
  6. I agree with Alyxx. All Mass Effect were fantastic but the ending of the MEA3. Though, I must say that I didn't really like the start of the first one as well... I wouldn't recommend it over games such as Witcher 3 or Skyrim but it is definitely worth a shot.
  7. I feel that The Forest has done a great job at scaring you by just using sounds. A quick description of the game: Your plane crashed on an island that seems to be filled with cannibalistic mutants. There are the cannibals (Common) and the creepy mutants (Rare). In this game, the purpose is to find your son, Timmy, who was abducted by one of the cannibals minutes after the plane crashed. It is one of the best survival horror games I have ever played, and the sounds during the morning, night and during cave expeditions are fantastic.
  8. Hm, I played it on PS4 PRO, so I am not sure if that is something that happens to everyone, but apart from the optimisation (Which I agree, is a big part when it comes to gaming), the game is excellent, as you said. But you could always try similar games like Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor or Middle Earth: Shadow of War. There are many beautifully designed RPGs out there.
  9. I am not arguing about the quality of the game; I am just saying that even a game like this can be enjoyable if played with friends. I cannot agree more with you; I feel like almost all big companies start caring more about the money rather than the quality of the games. I mean, EA, Bethesda, who's next?
  10. I can agree up to a point. I find it very enjoyable with friends... I think the sole purpose one should buy it is to play it with their friends, otherwise, it might get both frustrating and boring.
  11. I can proudly vouch for those two amazing RPGs. The Witcher 3 is just one of the most amazing games out there. Now, if you have played Red Dead Redemption II, then you will most likely notice some similarities. Both games follow a somewhat same mechanism in NPC behaviours, and other, gameplay-wise. Both games have huge worlds and loads of things to do. I think that you will enjoy The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt more than Kingdom Come: Deliverance but that is just my opinion.
  12. Cyberpunk 2077 Metro: Exodus That's pretty much all.
  13. It is a great fantasy RPG game with decent graphics and gameplay mechanics. I mean, the only reason I got excited was because I had played D&D before and I wanted to see what the game was all about. Overall, it is a decent one, but since it is free of charge why don't you give it a go?
  14. I mean, sure it is a marketing "trick" but not necessarily negative. Now, I am probably one of those crazy addicted people who does go as far as purchasing merchandise. I have a couple of T-Shirts from Fallout to The Witcher, Portal, Tomb Raider etc. I also have an expanding collection of Pop! Figures. I also have a Discord pillow and a couple of other things such as cups, backpacks etc. Though I have never purchased a poster, they take too much space and, for me, they don't deserve their money.
  15. Hey, I have been playing The Long Dark for a while now and to be honest, it is not that "horror". It is a survival game (With a fantastic story). I would instead purchase The Forest as it has better graphics and is cheaper. (Currently, with the sales The Long Dark is 6$ and The Forest 11$, but without the sales, TLD is 25$ while The Forest 15$).
  16. FPS, MMORPG, RPG, Moba, JRPG, Action & Adventure and Horror. You will rarely see me playing any other game (Such as puzzles 🤢).
  17. I fancy GW2; you should give it a go. Now, there is an entire theory based on that. Game Development is not just a bunch of nerdy programmers getting together and making a game. It is much more than that. Now, I will take as an example Detroit: Become Human, because I read an article the other day which I found extremely interesting. The article said that the director of the game worked with psychiatrists to get the most realistic behaviour in his characters. If you have played the game, you will most probably understand what I mean. I would split the money into three parts. 33% would go towards the story, 33% towards the gameplay mechanics and 33% towards graphics. I feel that a balanced game will be the most enjoyable. A mediocre story means that the player would be less interested in it. Thus the probabilities of them stop playing or not recommending it would be considerably high. Poor gameplay mechanics would lead to fewer capabilities and again, makes the game less enjoyable. I mean, being able to do a double backroll is undoubtedly more interesting than merely pressing 'S' and going backwards — lastly, graphics. I think that poor graphics means the poor representation of what you want to depict. Games, or at least meaningful ones, have a story to tell, and the best way to do that is by using pictures. I mean, there are great Text RPGs out there such as Magium, but what differentiates Magium from Skyrim, for example, is the fact that Skyrim gives you so many possibilities, and it depicts the story in such an elegant manner that makes the game more compelling. I am not sure what the game would be about, but there is one thing for sure; it would be open world.
  18. Honestly, there are many reasons why people, including myself, love this game. It is not just the limitless possibilities and things you could do in the world; it is also the immersive story. I mean, let's not start talking about the graphics and music because I will most likely never stop talking. Also, a considerable part of this game is the incredibly realistic physics and character behaviours. I mean, it does remind me of GTA V--Western style, but it isn't. You see, your gun is not always the solution it may end up getting you in a more difficult situation. That is something I have never seen before in a video game, personally. Also, another thing I noticed is the fact that people will interact with you according to how you look/smell & behave! I have also seen this kind of mechanic in Kingdom Come Deliverance which is very cool if you ask me! Back to realism; I am sure you may have heard or seen people getting kicked by a horse, or some other crazy stuff happenin' all over the world. Well, it also has a dynamic weather system, which affects the world and it is not just decorative.
  19. I don't think that the sole purpose of renting a game is to finish it. I have rented a couple of games to see whether I like them or not (Believe it or not I first rented Skyrim and then purchased it). It is like an extended demo for me. But I agree, 95% of my games are bought from the start.
  20. I sadly do not own an XBOX One, but I enjoyed it on PS4 PRO without any noticeable issues.
  21. ... I just want you to know that I will remember that... xP
  22. Hm, interesting... Will start downloading it rn.
  23. I see your point, and I cannot agree more, I was commenting on the Battlefield "feminism" thing because many people have been saying that they won't be purchasing Battlefield V just for that.
  24. I think that many users will agree with me; Resident Evil, F.E.A.R, Outlast I & II, Layers of Fear and last but certainly not least Silent Hill. I mean, I cannot really describe what makes them special apart from the fact that they scared the crap out of me (Most of the time at least).
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