Doki Doki Literature Club
The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
6 days 1 hour
5 days 3 hours
Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers
4 days 4 hours
Mass Effect 2
3 days 11 hours
The final World of Warcraft: Legion boss has been defeated
Overwatch This episode 59: Winter Wonderland skins judged
PC Connects is the UK's new gaming convention - and we can get you 25% off tickets
Overwatch's in-game report notification is now live - here's how it looks
Civilization 6’s civilizations, leaders and their unique abilities
The next Overwatch hero has been hinted at already
Bad Company 3 is coming in 2018, says leaker who predicted Battlefield 1
Cheers, issued an update.
Well there wasnt a 2 stuck after the DoW for a reason ;)
man how'd I miss that
First Dawn of War as well
Metro Exodus gets a second trailer at The Game Awards, will release autumn 2018
New Death Stranding trailer shown at The Game Awards 2017, and it's still really weird
Fortnite has over 30 million players, and has achieved 1.3 million concurrent users
The Game Awards begin in less than an hour - watch them here
All the Hearthstone: Kobolds & Catacombs cards
Battlefront 2's microtransactions might never come back
Hearthstone Dungeon Run guide - bosses and cards for Hearthstone's single-player mode
Rainbow Six Siege has exceeded 25 million players
Overwatch League teams, structure, schedule and, everything else we know
Overwatch updates - everything Blizzard have planned for the months ahead
Yup, got reverted in last PBE patch. Could return but unlikely.
is there an announced reason why corki's base damage nerf was reverted? like they changed their mind and corki doesn't need a nerf or are they planning on something bigger nerf or even a mini-rework for him on next patch 7.24B
Blizzard “continue to assess” Hearthstone’s value for money for players
Hearthstone Kobolds & Catacombs card reveal: Dragon's Fury and the new Mage archetype
The history of Hearthstone's deck destroying card, and other questions
I absolutely agree with the difference in scale. And that the scale makes it worse. Though that is the only difference I see. I could be very biased since I really love the internet and what it is. I just don't see how you can say the "the internet" is a problem.
People die to automobiles, are they the problem? People die from heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Is food the problem?
I see your point and I agree, the internet is great.
I think there's a more direct correlation here than the examples (or any number of others), where the internet is so closely tied to people being dicks, and how easy it is to hunt people down using it.
I also think "well that's just how people are whatchagonnado" is too often used as an excuse to not try to fix problems. That's a whole separate issue though, and not necessarily connected to Dustin's somewhat throw-away line.
There's a pretty significant difference between a group of bullies at school giving you a hard time (which still fucking sucks, I think we can all agree) and some dude broadcasting it to potentially millions via the internet because he doesn't like the character you play in a videogame.
Yup, updating now.
They have consistently some of the strongest communities in the world, lol.
ye but blocking their players from communicating is bizarre its just greedy and lazy so they dont have to spend money on tackling toxicity.
I wouldn't bother with The Old Blood. Finishing The New Order is a good idea, but neither are required, there's a nice flashback that explains everything at the start of Colossus.
The Old Blood is a good game in it's own right. I really liked it. No reason not to play it IMO. Get it on a Steam sale it's fun.
It is definitely extremely rare that a game sequel ever requires you to play the previous ones though. Even things like Mass Effect don't ever require you to. My gaps between games are usually so long I can't remember many details by the time I get to the sequels anyway.
ha, that is nice, maybe a bit tough to read