Savyg wrote:superjawes wrote:I thought most people playing hard modes farmed bosses for loot...after all, I think the golden keys just give you purple (epic) items, while bosses drop orange (legendary) ones.
I wouldn't know. I don't usually play those.
Prestige Worldwide wrote:I'm 'playing' JIRA and MS Excel right now
Milo Burke wrote:Currently, I'm completely sucked into Skyrim. (Just started a few weeks ago). About two thirds playing and one third mod hunting and testing. (Not making my own, just finding good work by others that I feel improves the game rather than hurts it.)
Milo Burke wrote:Before that, I gave up on Borderlands 2 after about 10-15 hours. I kept hoping it would grab me, but it didn't. Maybe because I was playing alone?
Milo Burke wrote:I'm just not attracted to dark elves. Does that make me racist?
Milo Burke wrote:I only have one gamer friend, and she exclusively plays PS3. So we can't co-op on anything. (Even though she just started Borderlands.) Maybe that's why I tend to stick to single player games? Truthfully, I haven't even considered Battlefield 4 or the others in that genre. But maybe because I need more gamer friends to enjoy them?
Milo Burke wrote:If you add friends on Steam, how easy is it to play a multiplayer game with them?
And I suppose I should ask which multiplayer games are popular with Steam users?
Milo Burke wrote:Dota is like League of Legends? Do any of you play?
Milo Burke wrote:I used to play a lot of LoL. DOTA is the progenitor of the form, of course; I'm sure you meant DOTA 2, which retains the merciless learning curve of the original game. I really don't recommend DOTA 2 unless you are pretty good at League and want a less refined experience that is more hostile to newcomers. The community in League is bad, too, but the community in DOTA 2 is a whole order of magnitude worse. It really is that bad; I'd almost rather play on Xbox Live, and that should tell you something.Dota is like League of Legends? Do any of you play?
superjawes wrote:Strange bug you had. Steam is always free. Anyone can download it and make an account for free. You just had some error; it had nothing to do with TF2 or the free to play change. There are tons of pure free-to-play and just straight-up free games on Steam. I know people who play games on Steam every day without actually owning any games on Steam; just using it as a social platform and launcher for F2P games.Fair warning, though. Steam apparently does have a "free" version. I tried to play TF2 with someone right after it went free to play and I couldn't even add him as a friend. Might not be a real issue, but it was annoying.
CB5000 wrote:been playing vindictus off and on for over 3 years now.... haha I just love the action combat and soloing raid bosses for fun. Pushes your hand eye coordination to the max! @_@. Its not a mmorpg, but a action online rpg with a lot of fashion items for dress up, if you are into that sort of thing.
PenGun wrote:If you actually read the NDA you'd know that you aren't even supposed to tell people you're in the beta.I am under an NDA so no details but this one is gonna be big.