Lothar Hex

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  1. Games you think aren't as bad as people say.

    I will admit playing Halo 2 again on Master Chief Collection with better graphics and the ability to go straight to Halo 3 rather than be stuck on that cliffhanger made me re-evaluate it, but I still feel it;s the weakest single player of the series, and I include Halo 5's very playable but horribly executed narrative.
  2. Games you think aren't as bad as people say.

    In part yes, but if a few enemies were clustered together, the games auto lock would sometimes choose the one you didn't want, even if you were pushing towards a different guy. It really depended on how the enemies were clustered together. I should also mentioned despite not having Hamill or Conroy the voice actors for Bats and Joker did really good work, rspecially Troy Baker as Joker. If Hamill decided to retire (again) from the role, I would be perfectly happy with his "almost spot on but not quite" impression.
  3. So I recently replayed Arkham Knight after upgrading my PC (still problems miles better when I had the min-spec though) and while enjoyable a few things made me think of how Arkham Origins actually did a few things better. However the general feeling I seem to get from people is that Arkham Origins is the red-headed step child of the Arkhamverse. I can sort of see why in the sense that it's not made by Rocksteady so a few things don't quite sit right. The combat feels a little looser, the graphics seem a little off in comparison to the main series as well but still doable. But all in all its a decently made game and I've gone back to it a couple of times. It also has one of the best boss fights in the series with the Deathstroke fight. The first Bane fight is pretty decent as well, along with the Firefly one. Plus it had a feature for the Riddler informants that I really wish they included in Knight. In City and Knight if you're not too careful you can knock out an informant meaning having to wait for another one to turn up or spawn before you can get the Riddle locations. However in Origins, if you damage him enough, he simply curls up in a ball but is not unconscious, meaning you can just talk to him after you've finished your amateur dentistry on his mates. Was actually slightly miffed when this wasn't in Knight. But this makes me wonder about similar instances, are there other games that get a bit of bad rap in a series, but aren't really that bad? Halo 2's single player story is still garbage though.
  4. Wolfenstein: The New Order - Gib mir!

    Updated the drives and, this is fullscreen. At least I think it is.
  5. Wolfenstein: The New Order - Gib mir!

    Right so started replaying this, but running in to an issue. When I first bought it I had an Nvidia 660, and ran Windows 7, and it worked fine (still looked great too). I recently upgraded to a 960 (thanks to the wife) and Windows 10, but now it seems even when I turn all the setting down, I get MASSIVE slowdown sometimes. Usually when I start dual wielding. I fought the two robots just before the train last night and it turned in to one of Ray Harryhausen's drunken fever dreams. Any ideas?
  6. Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor

    Having fun but have to say...FUCK THE FUCKING CAPTAINS WHO USE CROSSBOWS. FUCKING BEEN KILLED BY THE SAME ONE 3 TIMES BECAUSE HE TOOK SHOTS AY ME WHILE BEING MOBBED. REVENGE SHALL BE MINE GOR THE EAGLE EYED!
  7. Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor

    *Looks at his Steam list see's this sitting there for over a year with onle 2 hours played* Right, think it;s time.
  8. Yeah but I'm starting to think Nintendo has no idea what to do with it's franchise that aren't Mario, Pokemon and Zelda. Aside from bung 'em in Smash Bros. Think of it this way, the last F-Zero game was in 2003. TWO THOUSAND AND FUCKING THREE.
  9. The Watchtower - A thread for all comics

    So, reading DC’s Harley Quinn comics and recently came across a character called Red Tool, aka Wayne Wilkins, who is basically an homage/parody to Marvel’s Deadpool, aka Wade Wilson in the DC universe. Now I find this bloody odd, because Deadpool is actually an parody of one of DC’s better known villians, Deathstroke, aka SLADE Wilson. So now, we have Red Tool, parodying Deadpool parodying Deathstroke. Aka DC parodying Marvel, parodying DC. Bit of a circle jerk going on there.
  10. Transformers: Fall Of Cybertron

    So...this is apparently getting a re-release on PS4 and Xbox One this week: http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2016/08/08/transformers-fall-of-cybertron-out-on-ps4-xbox-one-in-australia.aspx Well...huh.
  11. The Killing Joke Animated Adaptation

    To some people, ambiguous means "murder" despite the fact that Joker appeared afterwards in stories where Barbara was crippled confirming the "canonicity" of the story...or at least a canon as you can get with a Alan Moore one shot.
  12. The fuck else was the internet created for?
  13. The Killing Joke Animated Adaptation

    Yes TAS and Batmna Beyond confirmed the relationship, however, it was not portrayed anywhere near as weird and "off" as it was here, In TAS, it was more subtle and less creepy than here, and in Beyond Barbara portrayed it as something they were both in to, but ultimately couldn't maintain because of Bruce's obsession with amateur dentistry, aka punching people in their faces. Here it's "OMG WHY WON'T BATMAN-SEMPAI NOTICE ME?" Even going in for the sex, Bats is...wary, but decides to give it a shot. Afterwards it just feels odd and weirldy suffocating...and then as soon as Joket shows up it is never mentioned again making the whole fucking endeavour pointless. I'm sure there was a good way to portray this fling, but this was not it.
  14. The Killing Joke Animated Adaptation

    WHY THE FUCK DID YOU REMIND ME THAT FUCKING COMIC EXISTED!? Jesus Christ that is just HORRENDOUS.
  15. The Killing Joke Animated Adaptation

    Yep, Bats andJoker giggling but the way it was drawn could be interpreted as Bats strangling Joker.