newarenanow wrote:canaan wrote:i just bought lego LOTR for 2.22 on gamefly. woot.
Fun game so far. I'm at 34% and finished the story mode. I love these Lego games as soon as the story mode is finished because you have all of the characters you need to openly explore everything, including free play on the story mode boards.
Avyran wrote:Apparently, playing offline fixes the autosave bug. Just an FYI (no direct knowledge, just from what I've read). Not sure why being online would screw things up, but that's a slightly ironic bug with all the discussion lately
Unless a patch has already come out, then ignore this.
Xbox One's DRM has given Microsoft its toughest ride at E3 in years - but the logic that led here is understandable, if mistaken.
The dust is settling on E3 2013 and by now you have probably read countless opinions about why Microsoft is wrong and how it "lost" E3 - along with a few lonely stalwarts arguing to the contrary. With the benefit of a few days' hindsight on those explosive press conferences and a few tens of thousands of words of executive interviews to provide context, I've reached a slightly different set of questions. I'm less concerned with "is Microsoft doing the right thing" - it's an argument that pits "right for consumers" against "right for a very narrowly defined segment of the industry", and I know which side always wins those arguments in the end - and more intrigued by the question, "why is Microsoft doing this?"
shafnutz05 wrote:Thanks. Currently downloading Dishonored and Kerbal Space Program on Steam. I don't typically play games like Kerbal, but Shyster has piqued my interest.