Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition
2 days 5 hours
4 days 7 hours
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
11 days 17 hours
Path of Exile
8 days 15 hours
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Dark Souls III
6 days 22 hours
Because it is going to be so short. 4-6 hrs. of game play and little replay value.
But, wow! It looks so pretty!
The "aircraft grade" is talking about the frame, and it's rare that the frame breaks before your keys. Unless, of course, you throw your keyboard around, in which case the Logitech G413 would probably be perfect for you, since its top frame (not the bottom of the keyboard) is made out of "aircraft grade aluminum" instead of the regular plastic most keyboards use. :P
only once it would have helped, my G15 had to be held together with tape and blue tack for a while after I dropped the PC on it. but really unless you are an angry gamer how likely are you going to actually need something more than a bit plastic.
for me it has always been blue on black for keyboards. but I would agree that red is a bad choice.
One could argue that the article hasn't been updated enough since it doesn't include the prices for Quantum Break as it does the other games. Though on the other hand you said "here's some of what's on offer". :)
Gotta say, I'm more interested in the Quantum Break sale than the Roblox sale (not my daughter though). I'm pretty sure I can get it from Steam at the same price anyway so that doesn't really matter.
I'll add it in now. It's weird, because Microsoft didn't highlight Quantum Break in their post. Then again, they are only supporting the Steam version now.
I'm pretty certain that "real" cheating does indeed invalidate a speed run. I'm not saying that speed runs are dumb and I know that exploiting the game (even glitches) are allowed. I just don't enjoy those kind of runs.
These should be called glitch-runs not speed-runs.