Sadly, it is true. I am disappointed.
I am very bored with games right now. I have deduced this reason to be the lack of people to play it with. Well, I have a few different groups to play with but they all don’t play the games that I enjoy the most! Anyone out there in this boat? Want to join forces? I would love to sit down and play an MMO with a small group but no one seems interested in that anymore.
Third video of the archer montages I have been making. Some of these shots are more difficult to do than the other videos. If you still haven’t checked out Chivalry I suggest doing so.
Some footage from my first game against decent players in Guardians of Middle Earth. I feature the Witch King in this video, sorry no commentary just strait action.
If you want to chat with me and watch as I finish the Dawnguard expansion I will be starting the Dragonborn expansion next.
Trying out this new streaming program, check out some BO2 with me and some of DSX.
I had a little fun with Overkill and a Gun/Shield setup. Not super effective but fun to play with.
Is anyone looking forward to this game? I know that GW2 just came out not too long ago but the games initial launch kind of killed my efforts on trying to start a guild in the game that would last like my previous game experiences. That and the lack of competent officers and our server always being full it really hurt the community building factor. I want to try and get something started ahead of time while I still play GW2 and other games.
I am not a fan of wait points in some games but in others it can make a lot more sense. My example of this topic is Skyrim and the ability to advance time by waiting or sleeping.
The problem with this system is it detracts from the immersion of the game. Can anyone honestly tell me that they stayed immersed in any of the elder scroll games when they opened the “wait” menu and clicked wait to watch it click down the hours until it had ended. Everything is instantly different and the world just changes around you without a seamless feel.