It's a toss-up between Axe, with his sheer manliness and amazing insta-gib ultimate, and Bloodseeker, with his incredible speed and ganking ability, Omnislash is awesome for picking off stragglers after team fights.
I play pretty regularly, but I haven't touched comp or PUGs yet. I don;t feel like I'm skilled enough yet.
Seriously though, I wish they would have let us know sooner.
Nope, canceled by the only King that matters...
I got it last night and I've only been able to put it down to go to bed. It's brilliant!
Perhaps slightly unrelated, but PC gaming prices have completely skewed my way of thinking in terms of pricing in games.
For instance, I'm getting a 3DS XL for Christmas this year and I'm balking at the idea that I'll have to pay about £30 for a *decent* game, even on Ebay. I think bundles and Steam sales are the main culprit. I never pay full price for anything, except for games I can't risk having spoiled, like The Stanley Parable.
During my brief stint as a "game reviewer", I did try to leave the price out of the equation for this very fact. PC-wise, a quality game can be discounted massively if you just wait about 6 months, so you can pay the full price if you think it's entirely worth it, or wait and spend those saved pounds on something else.
I bought an Xbox One recently and have been consistently doublewtfing at the prices in the digital store. On the one hand, prices of digital only games like Crimson Dragon and Killer Instinct are bearable, but the cost of retail only games is absolutely bananas. £55 for Battlefield 4! Ridiculous.
Haddock, known as the Fishermen's Friends, are leading their ship, the S.S.....
Mildred. Haddock sits at the helm, bottle of tequila in one hand and in the other his trusty...
I've heard some people are convinced the lack of this year's DireTide is because there's a possible ARG prompted by actions by CyborgMatt on his blog and the addition of a .jpg called spirit_secret (or something similar).
I'll try and find a link later.
ARG? It must be a Half-Life 3 announcement!
I imagine it's because they can't lose face by just letting it happen, sites like Isohunt and The Pirate Bay are easy targets to make examples of. It is essentially pointless for them to do this, it's just another case of corporations reluctant to be dragged kicking and screaming into the modern day way of things. Life goes on, nothing changes.
Indeed, the internet won't go anywhere anytime soon, thus the business models have to adapt to it and stop fighting an unwinnable battle.
I'm a little bit embarrassed that i had to google that to know what it is! Are there any addons that let you fly a hot air balloon? I've always wanted to do that.
I found one, you can download it here :http://simviation.com//cgi-bin/syb2.cgi?section=misc&file=HAB.zip I think it's still wip though