Left 4 Dead 2
1 day 17 hours
Just Cause 3
State of Decay: YOSE
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
21 days 19 hours
Fallout: New Vegas
9 days 20 hours
Secret World Legends
6 days 6 hours
"Misplaced sense of self-worth"
This cracked me up so much. I too have felt this way when I built my own PC last year.
Yeah I get that, but is there even support for many games? Some sure, but can't imagine a big lineup :)
I can play some light games (Starbound). From my Steam collection of 400 games at least 200 are playable on Mac.
I have a Macbook Pro for work and away trips and a proper rig for when I'm home. It's nice to be able to play games on a Mac :)
But can it beat Xbox One's cloud power?
Achievements can be fun when it's designed in a way that shows you something new in a game.
Now let's get an updated Red Dead Redemption
From what I hear, this is the Asian community where they are already used to microtransactions. Of course, they only want microtransactions if the base game is made free (low price for entry means more players).
Indeed. Asians love themselves some microtransactions.
I don't think it can be called "microtransactions" lol.
You need to re-read my post. I wrote "it looks like that's where we might be headed" not "this game has microtransactions".
However, there's not really much difference already. It's part of an in-game shop or tied to their website which handles payments for in-game ships or rental time periods. The wording might not strike you as correct, but that's really what it's usually called. If you don't like the word, then make your own up I guess.
You're goddamn right. Unfortunately, I didn't have the patience to wait until this patch came out on the PC, so I just plugged my 360 controller and played an action MMO with light romance and attempted storytelling instead.
Yeah TacCam doesnt work.
I spoke with the Swedish Ubisoft support about two hours ago. Very nice girl and I got through within a minute.
She gave me a reference number that I should use when I contact G2A regarding the disappearance of my AC:U copy (G2A told me to contact Ubisoft to get it in the first place). She also said that Ubisoft is going to send out an email to all affected users.
That's what she said at least, she was very friendly.
Now, I'm well aware of the risk in purchasing keys from different key-sites. I've purchased over 400 keys the last couple of years from a lot of them. It has saved me about €12,000. I'm going to keep doing it.
Now, what needs to be done is that we need to know exactly WHY the keys were disabled. If it was because those keys were stolen or purchased (and then resold) using stolen CC-information, well, then that's actually fine - although I still want my money back from G2A.
If they disabled the keys that weren't sold through "authorized" websites like GMG, GamersGate, Amazon etc. then that's a shitty thing that they should not be allowed to do. And probably aren't in many countries.
We'll see what happens.
Ubisoft and EA support teams are just insanely good. Valve could learn a thing or two from them lol.