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When they go on pretending they are dead to try to fool the cat 'cause they know shit just got real, then the cat will smell it and keep poking the spider with it strongly on the ground and the spider feels like it has to run for its life and the cat jumps over 2M high from the sudden movement XD
The other day she was chasing a fly and she lost track of it. So I told her where it was. She refused to acknowledge it. So I picked her up and pointed her face straight at it, she refused to look. So I put her down. She looked around and then suddenly went for the fly like she herself found it and done it all without any help. She finally caught the fly, chewed it a little, slapped it around a bit and then posed on her side like a 70's glamour girl who is really proud of herself.
So I lied down next to her, stroked her face and told her, that I make a better cat than her and walked away lol
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Also, gaming is more than a hobby so I'm always grateful and appreciative of fellow gamers.
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Not sure if i should get AC:S, DS2:SotFS or wait for Bloodborne GotY edition to playthrough it again and experience the dlc.
I loved Wolfy. One of the best FPS experiences of this gen. Hope they make another one that's bigger.
I'll probably pick up AC:S. From what little I've seen, they've bought back the amazing templar hideouts from AC:2. AC2 is still my favourite AC game due to the puzzles and amazing Templar platforming sections.
Not played DS2. I want to get it but I'm waiting for a friend to pick it up with me so we can co-op if I get stuck. I'm a bit crap at these games. I finished DS3, but some bosses really gave me trouble and I had to co-op them to beat them. The nameless king was probably the hardest boss I've fought in all of souls series.
You played Furi yet? It's like the purest and most fair but punishing form of souls boss fights.
DS3 is pretty awesome. I had to get it early as I worry that if I leave it to late, i might struggle finding people to co-op with if I get stuck on a boss. I'm a proper wuss lol
However, you are right, even with Bloodborne, had I waited I could have picked it up cheaper with all the DLC.
I've had a look at AC Rogue and watched many gameplay videos, but I prefer the 3D AC games. Maybe because they feel more hack n slash compared to the 2D ones.
Btw, maybe you are confusing Rogue with AC China? Rogue is a 3D AC game.
If you like Afro Samurai and the darker Animes out there, you'll like Furi more. It's got pretty awesome characters and a decent story too.
You played AC:S?
Unity was awesome. I think i might have enjoyed BF more (the sea shanties are amazing), but unity wasn't far behind.
There is only one thing that bugs me in all the ACs though. The stealth following missions where you eavesdrop.
Yesterday was just setting things up and getting people accommodated in hotels, apartments etc.
Today we are setting up a southern BBQ thing where we will cook a whole lamb overnight in coal (American relatives shipped the whole device over). Women meanwhile will start packing gifts and do last minute shopping.
Tomorrow they will start the late night dancing and singing in preparation for beating the boys side in a dance off.
Wednesday the women will book henna artists, beauticians and reiki women to pamper them etc whilst they eat, sing and dance.
Thursday they will do more of that but it will all be about the bride and giving her a complete do over, pampering her and as usual more singing and dancing.
Friday they will book out a fancy Hall and, feed tons of people and and boys side will battle it out in song and dance with the girls side. The bride will also get tons of presents etc.
Saturday is the wedding.
Sunday is the wedding thrown by the boys side.
Everyday will have shit tons of food, shisha, desserts, snacks etc.
The whole thing is too Bollywood for me, but I go for the food :p
Can't wait to get AC:S. Hopefully after the wedding shenanigans are over :)
Since you ignored my amazing reply to your Demon's Souls question on that recent thread, I'll say it again here: Get it asap if it comes to the PS4 somehow.
Yup, I was scared of the souls games before but now I have a great fondness for them. I hope it has co-op though as I enjoyed helping others and gang banging bosses lol
At the moment I can't stop playing Alienation. You must get it when you get your PS4!
Look up to Nioh, seems really good and quite hard (more than recent Souls games), though it looks like it might be nerfed because of the feedback from people who couldn't git gud...
Definitely go get it, it goes on sale not that rarely, so you may wait for it, but do get it.
Though as I said, DS2 is not that hard, you can solo every boss if you keep trying even if you aren't that good (I always solo all bosses in my first go on this games, but that's how I like to do it XP).
But really do get it!
I watched the GT review and the game looks pretty good. I can pick it up for £17.99 and if i wait for a bit (I'm trying to get my Alienation character to level 250 and then I'm going to playthrough Furi) and hopefully by then I'll be able to pick it up in a sale.
Demon's Souls is harder but there is no boss as hard as that, even as the Fake King is pretty damn though and King Allant until you are really, really strong is basically unbeatable (I actually beat it at a very low level, though, lol, but seriously, I would hit him for 2 or 3 damage while he could one hit kill me even with a shield, one touch and it was over, it took me like a hour to beat him (that's the single run where I did beat him, not counting the ones I lost), but damn it was worth it, his set made the fire level get easier, made possible to me to not insta die to the Dragon God fire breath (that plus ring and water veil magic) and his sword was completely OP, even better as it's a fuse to another great sword that works opposed to it and the one that has the two together is great all over).
But seriously, it took me until the 11th boss (and I wasn't even playing them in order as I was going on my own, so I was beating some medium stage bosses already) to die for the first time on Dark Souls 2, while the Tower Knight (the second boss on DsS was already handing me my ass without mercy on DsS, lol).
I often play early levels until I've leveled up enough and then just power through the boss lol then in the next area, I do it again etc
If i tried as much as you did, i woukdhave probably broken my tv, my pad and the disc or just rage quit the game :-/
I mean it's not like i won't learn the patterns and dodge, it's just that I don't have the patience to dodge for ages and ages. So I'll put most my xp into health, strength and dexterity with some to endurance here and there. That way, when i get to a boss I can just try and beat the living shit out of it once I know the basics of the pattern without having to worry about rolling around for too long lol
And it's cool, I've been playing with people online and there are usually really careless ones, maybe it's impatience, rushing will usually bring harm but it's understandable, if I start dying to a boss I'll definitely rush for it later, but I don't rush in the fights themselves, specially because it's when you want to pull that extra hit that'll get a counter and die, or run of stamina enough to avoid what is now about to come, I also go for strength builds rather than magic, I like to put up my shield and observe, rather than keep rolling, usually I even heavy equip load myself making my rolls become not that good to pull off, so I always keep waiting for the right time to attack, when I first try a boss I start taking a while to even attack it, and when I do I keep it to one blow just to see how it'll react, then I'll go allowing myself to try more, sometimes being so passive is bad to face some bosses, but it usually works really well, specially for human-like ones, though using spells is definitely faster, to both avoid and build damage, on the cost of being of being risk to pull off.
A good example is when I thought Eileen the Crow. Didn't realise she wasn't an enemy so I attacked her and then got the crap beaten out of me. I knew in my second fight I needed space to move and had to learn to dodge and stay away from her fast attacks. However, true in my style, since I didn't want to dodge and roll for ages with only a few attacks in between, I just kept leveling up a few times and trying again until I wooped her ass lol
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Dyllyo said: I think it's funny that people think that they're entitled to a refund, just because they don't like a game. Props to Hello Games for being so cool about it though. Wish people were THIS upset everytime EA or Ubisoft squirts out a piece of garbage. Guess indie devs will ALWAYS have an unnecessary uphill struggle though. It's like you are choosing to ignore the reasons...
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