Discussion in 'Community' started by Life, Mar 23, 2012.
I haven't had a chance to download that yet. How is it? Are the birds subject to gravity?
I am in the Mists of Pandaria beta very early.
And I find The Old Republic kinda boring, after I leveled my Bounty Hunter to 50. Am I horrible?
Yes, they get their paths distorted by planets gravitational pull.
Is anyone still playing Guild Wars?
Seems to be the most common complaint, lack of end game content.
If Flare isn't here, this new forum isn't a place I want to be a part of.
That's not our fault.
It is actually.
I feel the same about Jesus.
Sorry to double-post, but I just wanted to share the link to this channel on GameTrailers.com devoted to video game music. They don't update often, but it's worth checking in on every now and then.
While not exactly a regular, I've was part of the old boards as a lurker/occasional poster for some time. Especially the TOR game forums.
Also....TOR did get boring fast. Diablo 3 Beta and ME3 MP eating my game time currently(what little of it there is these days).
Also...I remember reading about what all started the Force Boat, but I've since forgotten. Anyone care to refresh my memory?
The boat. Made of Force.
I have a shirt Quest made me about it. It is a boat made out of Force.
I keep rolling new TOR characters so I won't get bored.
Next up should be a pink-skinned pureblood Sith Jedi sage.
I'm upping this thread for a quick question:
Are there any console games that feature cross-platform multiplayer? Either between consoles or console-PC?
The specific game I'm curious about is NFS: Hot Pursuit, because I heard EA runs its own servers, independent of Xbox Live. But if you know any other games that feature it, do share.
NFS doesn't have cross-platform support.
Skylanders sort of has that. You can level up your characters on your system then take them over to your friend's place and they'll still have all of their stats even if it's a completely different system. But you don't play online in that game.
That's neat. I tried to back up my PS3 saves with a USB flash drive once, but it wouldn't access it. I couldn't find any feature to format external drives either, so as far as I know, the only way to back up your PS3 saves is to either change your hard drive or to copy it to the cloud, which you have to be a PS+ member to access. Is this correct?