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General Gaming / Re: Battlefield V
« Last post by MysterD on Yesterday at 04:27:31 PM »
BF5 - Single Player Campaign Trailer:

General Gaming / Re: Red Dead Redemption 2: Fall 2017
« Last post by MysterD on Sunday, October 14, 2018, 03:12:53 PM »
General Gaming / Re: Zenimax claims Carmack stole tech for Oculus
« Last post by idolminds on Thursday, October 11, 2018, 06:24:25 PM »
A John Carmack story on Blues News? I think I just fell through a time portal...
General Gaming / Re: Zenimax claims Carmack stole tech for Oculus
« Last post by MysterD on Thursday, October 11, 2018, 06:11:15 PM »
Bluesnews - News on Carmack/Zenimax lawsuit.

-- Both John Carmack & Zenimax have reached a settlement, over their personal disputes.
-- The disputes settled on were of John selling his shares of Id Software (John was still owed money) & Zenimax accusing John of stealing VR code on their time & dime.
-- Zenimax is still suing Oculus and its owner (Palmer Luckey) though. That lawsuit is not done yet.
General Gaming / Re: Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition announced by Beamdog
« Last post by MysterD on Thursday, October 11, 2018, 02:50:35 PM »
NWN: Enhanced Edition joins GOG and its DRM-FREE Club.

News -
GOG Page for NWN EE (Regular) -
GOG Page for NWN EE Deluxe (with ALL DLC's) -

If you buy NWN EE, you also get the NWN: Diamond Edition (old version) too.

Currently, NWN EE (Regular) is 25% off at $14.99 and NWN EE: Deluxe is 33% off at $33.85.

NWN: Diamond Edition (old version) owners on GOG (and you might want to check if you own it on GOG, as GOG did give that away for free in 2016) - you all get also an additional 25% off (Loyalty Discount) on top - which makes NWN EE Regular $9.99 and NWN EE Deluxe is $20.83.
General Gaming / Re: Microsoft is trying to buy Obsidian
« Last post by MysterD on Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 04:40:32 PM »
Gears of War 4 and especially Forza Horizon 3 are awesome.
Not only are they great ports (i.e. they run great and look great), they're also awesome games.

Unfortunately, you have to deal w/ the crappy W10 Store/client if you own them on PC.
Unfortunately, dealing w/ the game-files for installs, reinstalls, moving folders, modding, and other things are a royal pain in the ass on the PC for W10 Games/Apps.

Though, if you buy them digitally from Microsoft via W10 Store, you do get both PC Digital Version & XBox Digital Version.
So, worst comes to worst - if you own a X1, you can just play that version.

I would guess if Obsidian joins M$, we'll be stuck w/ their W10 games requiring W10 Store. Bleh.

Also, I'm afraid Obsidian joining M$ could be as bad as say EA buying BioWare. This all....makes me sick to my stomach. We saw what M$ did to Epic Games and Bungie. Those studios might still be alive, but they ain't been the same since M$.
General Gaming / Re: Pinball FX3 gets Williams license
« Last post by idolminds on Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 01:25:26 PM »
I couldn't say, never did play FX2. I've enjoyed FX3 quite a bit, though. I've bought all their original non-licensed tables so far.
General Gaming / Re: Pinball FX3 gets Williams license
« Last post by Cobra951 on Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 08:29:16 AM »
I was into FX2 for some time.  I understand wanting at least the option of original/realistic physics on the real tables.  I'm sure there's going to be a push for that, now that everyone knows what's happening to the Williams license.

Does FX3 improve a lot on FX2?  I've been curious, but haven't been on a pinball kick lately, so I've sort of forgotten all about it.
General Gaming / Re: Microsoft is trying to buy Obsidian
« Last post by Cobra951 on Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 08:08:33 AM »
Since I have all of the Windows-10 online intrusiveness disabled, the MS Store doesn't even work, not that this pains me in any way.  I have no use for walled gardens on PC.  Those belong on consoles and phones.  I guess if Obsidian becomes part of Microsoft, they'll be like Turn 10 and Playground Games to me.  Strictly Xbox, if anywhere.
General Gaming / Pinball FX3 gets Williams license
« Last post by idolminds on Tuesday, October 09, 2018, 10:02:04 PM »
I thought I made a thread on this but I guess not? Huh.
For a long time if you wanted to play recreations of classic real life Williams pinball tables you needed to play The Pinball Arcade. Suddenly it was announced that they lost the license and everyone wondered what was up. Lots of people bought all the tables before it got pulled from digital stores. Then recently we found out why, and Zen Studios acquired the license for their game Pinball FX3.
It just so happens I have gotten into FX3 so this is great news for me!
The first pack is out now with 3 tables: Medieval Madness, Getaway, and Junk Yard. There is a bonus free table, Fish Tales, that everyone gets. So if you download Pinball FX3 on any platform (which its on basically everything) you will get Fish Tales and their old free table Sorcerers Lair to play for free. Its pretty cool.
The thing that is more interesting is they have spent a lot of time tweaking their ball physics for these tables. FX3 has a reputation of kind of easy computer game ball physics that aim for...I dunno, more fun? Less stressful pinball? Since it wasnt trying to suck quarters out of you it and none of the tables existed in real life anyway they could make it feel how they wanted. Some pinball purists hated it for that reason and stuck with Pinball Arcade for the real life tables and physics. The new physics feel pretty realistic to me but Im no expert. Table definitely seems harder and more like a real table.
Anywho, check it out if you dig pinball. 2 free tables!
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