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2017-04-20 10:45:42 PM  
I've been playing Skyrim Special Edition and Bayonetta. As I haven't owned a console since the original XBox, this is my first time ever playing Bayonetta, and I'm digging it. The only thing I dislike right now is the inability to remap the controls in-game. I'd really like to swap X and B, as my thumb keeps wanting to push X to punch. 

Skyrim is still Skyrim, and I'm still missing SkyUI and some of the other SKSE based mods. Ah well. Still a gorgeous game. :) 

In Pokemon GO, I've caught hundreds of Magikarp, but still no shiny ones. Currently sitting on ~2450 Magikarp candies. 

As for favorite gaming memories? So many... The G-4 Sunbathing level of the original Marathon (that's a game that I wish could be remade in a modern engine without changing anything of the story and level design) blew my mind -- I'd never played any video game in a vacuum before, and it may have been the first FPS to have such a level. Emerging from the Vault for the first time in Fallout 3 also blew my mind, and remains one of my favorite moments ever in gaming. Everything about Portal is a good gaming memory.

And so on... :)
 
2017-04-20 10:46:20 PM  
My favorite gaming memory is playing a peaceful game of Civ 2 when the "your troops occupied the city" screen popped up unexpectedly. I thought it was a glitch. Then, there was a new city surrounded by unexplored darkness. My civ was so successful that another civ's city spontaneously switched over to mine. And it's never happened to me before or since on any of the Civ games.
 
2017-04-20 10:51:35 PM  
I've been glued to Conan Exiles now for months. Would love to play Total War Warhammer or Kerbal again soon, though it's going to be tough to turn Conan off.
 
2017-04-20 10:53:13 PM  
Viscera Cleanup Detail. For lyfe!
 
2017-04-20 10:59:43 PM  
Still on Persona 5. I never played the series before, but I just bought a copy of Persona Q so I can play more on the go. It's seriously that good.

I still play a few rounds of MWO here and there as well.

As for gaming memories, I got two new kittens last month. Their names are Toe Jam and Earl.
 
2017-04-20 11:17:14 PM  
I've been playing some RTTS and Yooka-Laylee. I started an online Show franchise with some buddies on Sunday but their Network is so slow that we haven't even made it through the first series yet.


/Yooka is very fun BTW.
 
2017-04-20 11:22:02 PM  
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2017-04-20 11:28:46 PM  
I finally put down Mass Effect Andromeda this week. I finished my third play through, with my snarkiest run through, and with a character that is like Lvl 83, so I'm more than ready for the DLCs. The second play through, importing a previous game made the search for resources less desperate and frenzied, which meant I could pay attention to the story and all the little data pads and odd journal entries, and all the odd little side quests--like finding Zaeed's son and Conrad Vernor's sister.

But I'm done with it now. I've milked about all I can in those three play throughs, and I regret that Suvi's romance option is so short. Peebees feels the most natural, but she's far from my first choice, and Cora as a companion/lover was a surprise that she was strictly-dickily.  I have saved the cluster from the Kett, I've got 100% Viability across the board--which wasn't all that hard to achieve--and all my equipment is souped up, and if Cora is a powerful biotic, then Ryder is a Gottverdammt god, even on an Infiltrator's build. And a damn accomplished soldier and Tech guru. Seriously. Your companions max out their builds around levels 60 to 63 or so, but I've got more damn points than I know what to do with, with abilities I just never even use. As an Infiltrator, I rely on Tech and Combat skills, but I've got Sofa King many maxed out Biotic skills that I just never even apply.

I didn't even play with the Profiles. If it couldn't be shot with a sniper rifle or stealth dodged, I had Barrier already maxed out to boost my shields. It would have just added a layer of complexity that I would have found distracting.

Favorite gaming moment? It wasn't mine. It was my ex-wife's. Who was my then girlfriend, and who rolled her eyes at my gaming. "Why are you yelling at the TV?" was a frequent question.

She got sick with a flu, and so I dutifully loaded her up with soup, Nilla wafers, sugar cookies, fruit and juice and sandwich fixings, and then I had to head to work. But while I was out stocking her up, I stopped by the video store, and picked up a rental game for her: Lemmings, along with a few movies she'd been itching to see. She sort of poked at the movies, and then tried the game and it was relatively simple enough, with the sprites taking orders and she perked up a little at that at least.

14 hours later I got home from work.

The house was in disarray. Snack boxes sort of tossed around. A pizza box on the coffee table. Juice and soda bottles sort of skewed aside. The girl critter was in my chair and absolutely screaming at the TV and the sprites to GET OVER THERE! Her hair was in disarray, and she was still in her nightgown. And more than a little along in the game after better than 12 hours at it. She snarled that I need to shut the Hell up, and then she caught my eye, and I just laughed.

And she never gave me sh*t about video games again. With the exception of Baku-Baku on the Sega Saturn, which we got SUPER competitive over. And she got SUPER into Sonic, and when she was playing, I was to either keep entirely silent, which considering I was usually at my drawing table wasn't all that hard, or I needed to leave the damn room. Otherwise, she mellowed out over gaming in general, and when we looked for a new video store, when we moved, it HAD to have a decent selection of games or it wasn't up to snuff for her...
 
2017-04-20 11:32:28 PM  
Closing in on the end of Mass Effect 2.

Started up Alien: Isolation, which is f*cking intense.

After I get through Mass Effect I think I might give Skyrim another shot.
 
2017-04-20 11:57:53 PM  
ETS2 with Promods and RusMap.
 
2017-04-20 11:59:18 PM  
Also looking forward to Touhou 16.
 
2017-04-21 12:01:51 AM  
D&D Friday night, oWoD Werewolf LARP Sat. night.

Other than that, lots of time on the Minecraft Realms server my friend setup a couple of weeks ago.

Shostie: Closing in on the end of Mass Effect 2.


The whole final mission of ME2 is amazingly cinematic. It's like the first one, but better.

Enjoy it. It's one of the best you'll get in the entire series. ME3 has some neat individual missions (looking at you, Tuchanka), but as I'm sure you've heard the ending is crap.
 
2017-04-21 12:11:16 AM  

Sid_6.7: D&D Friday night, oWoD Werewolf LARP Sat. night.

Other than that, lots of time on the Minecraft Realms server my friend setup a couple of weeks ago.

Shostie: Closing in on the end of Mass Effect 2.

The whole final mission of ME2 is amazingly cinematic. It's like the first one, but better.

Enjoy it. It's one of the best you'll get in the entire series. ME3 has some neat individual missions (looking at you, Tuchanka), but as I'm sure you've heard the ending is crap.


Yeah. I just got my geth buddy. I'm waiting until I have a couple uninterrupted hours handy to do the next bit, since my understanding is that the 3rd act is just one long mission.
 
2017-04-21 12:12:28 AM  
Getting back into E:D, tbqh.  Though, with "spring" fast approaching, I may be spending more time playing OUTDOORS: THE GAME
 
2017-04-21 12:16:00 AM  
I had a cortisone shot earlier this morning, so I took all my required pain meds and settled in to celebrate some 4/20 gaming.  I'm not entirely sure....but I have vague memories of launching nuclear missiles at someone in Civ VI before I passed out.  I'll have to check my save game files when I get home.
 
2017-04-21 12:47:31 AM  
Pathfinder on Sundays. Primarily a bard, sometimes a ranger, learning to DM on the Kingmaker series.
 
2017-04-21 12:54:20 AM  

EatenTheSun: Pathfinder on Sundays. Primarily a bard, sometimes a ranger, learning to DM on the Kingmaker series.


I haven't been able to find and/or play in a stable gaming group since I started working third shift again.
 
2017-04-21 12:59:25 AM  
Lords of the Realm 2. Currently mired in Italy. Hard to break out when you don't have a quarry to build a royal castle and have to rely on selling wheat/lumber to buy stone.
 
2017-04-21 01:08:30 AM  
I bought stuff on Steam earlier while working, and as god is my witness I don't even know what it was now.  I think I got Subnautica because 50% off and good reviews/posts in these threads.  And I got that spooky train carrying the last survivors of humanity survival game?  Just before the daily sale on it ended.  But I'm pretty sure there were a couple other things.
 
2017-04-21 01:09:47 AM  

Weaver95: EatenTheSun: Pathfinder on Sundays. Primarily a bard, sometimes a ranger, learning to DM on the Kingmaker series.

I haven't been able to find and/or play in a stable gaming group since I started working third shift again.


Have you checked Roll20?

My group is the same group from high school, and I probably wouldn't play with a group of total strangers, but it's an option.
 
2017-04-21 01:28:31 AM  
Just wrapped up Persona 5 story so I'm about to begin a new game + to do a max confidant run next.  Not sure if I want to platinum the game yet.  Not usually a completionist but i love this game.  May play some horizon to try and finish that off this weekend.
 
2017-04-21 01:47:15 AM  
Revisiting Zelda: Breath of the Wild in a slow trudge toward 100% completion.  Playing though route C of Nier: Automata.
 
2017-04-21 01:50:00 AM  

EatenTheSun: Have you checked Roll20?


first I'd heard of it.  I'll check it out.  thanks!
 
2017-04-21 02:12:24 AM  

Shostie: Sid_6.7: D&D Friday night, oWoD Werewolf LARP Sat. night.

Other than that, lots of time on the Minecraft Realms server my friend setup a couple of weeks ago.

Shostie: Closing in on the end of Mass Effect 2.

The whole final mission of ME2 is amazingly cinematic. It's like the first one, but better.

Enjoy it. It's one of the best you'll get in the entire series. ME3 has some neat individual missions (looking at you, Tuchanka), but as I'm sure you've heard the ending is crap.

Yeah. I just got my geth buddy. I'm waiting until I have a couple uninterrupted hours handy to do the next bit, since my understanding is that the 3rd act is just one long mission.


I recommend Legion for that thing requiring an engineer. That's all I'll say.
 
2017-04-21 02:54:56 AM  
Still on Tyranny, started a second character as a pure caster and changed to every other party member and changes sides (First run: dual wield pseudo-offtank with decent caster skills, with Barik, Lantry and Eb in party, starting Act III on Disfavoured side.  Second run, All magic user, staff and spells, with Sirin, Verse and Kills-in-Shadow backing the Chorus so far).  Need to tone down my game time, as I've got other things to do before vacation at the end of the month.

Finished the gold Johto medal in Pokemon Go, and down to one evolution item needed to finish those requirements (Sun Stone to eventually evolve Sunkern to Sunflora)

As for favorite gaming memories, it may be from back when I played CCG's.  Our little high school Magic group expanded into a group of probably 20 that had games of Magic, L5R, Battletech, and occasionally Vampire being played.    Had a nice little high school romance that developed from there after playing her best 3/5 in various games.  Nothing serious really came of it, but being a fat guy in high school, having a girl be interested in your hobbies, and you as a person, and not just as a source of easy grades, was a huge deal at the time.
 
2017-04-21 04:31:38 AM  
Favorite gaming memory.  Not sure I could pin down just one.  So I'll go with a type of moment.  Playing a homebrew fantasy universe in one of the open systems, forget which one.  We were off to investigate some necromancer shenanigans at an old fort on order of the king.  Along the way we pass some struggling farms, and ask them some questions.   The farmers are a bit suspicious of us, but nothing major, but I buy a bag of grain for the hell of it intending it to set them at ease.  They don't particularly care either way and we continue on the way.  Next weekend's session we get to the town near the fort, and they're an entirely different matter.  They've been suffering the undead attacks with no aid from the King for a while, and are distrustful of the King and his tax men at the best of times, and with the trouble no trade has been coming in or out.  Things are getting a bit tense after the fighter outright says we're from the Castle and here to look into the area.  The local farmers gather around, all but whipping out pitchforks and concealed assault torches, grumbling, and asking, "Oh yeah, look into what exactly?"
As the rest of the party pauses, having expected to be greeted as heroes, my character steps forward, holds up his bag of grain and says, "Grain speculators.  Trade factor in the capital wants to know if local production could support a regular route for resale."  Another pause, this time from the farmers, and then sudden smiles and a hearty welcome to the town.

Heh.  I used to be quick on my feet at least.
 
2017-04-21 05:53:15 AM  
I found the secret room in Adventure around 1982. I was a hero for about a week. Great memory.
 
2017-04-21 06:01:07 AM  
I haven't played much of LoZ:BotW this week. Tied up loose ends and finished both the Zora and Rito guardian quests. Just need to make my way to Gerudo and deal with the giant robotic camel before I stomp my way to Hyrule Castle.

I *did* start a new game in Stellaris with the new Utopia DLC. It's pretty good. I like the changes. I also came across a inter-dimensional horror and have yet to figure out how to kill it.
 
2017-04-21 06:01:50 AM  
Also, "Everything" releases on steam in 4 hours.

If you haven't seen it yet, look it up. Also, you may want to smoke something before you watch the trailer. Just saying :D
 
2017-04-21 06:51:54 AM  
My favorite recent moment had to be a reunion w/ my college D&D buddies.  One of them threw together an impromptu Forgotten Realms adventure on the spot, and we played the bad guys.  Key moment:  we've been hired by a shady group to intercept an inbound shipment escorted by monks and clerics.  We had a small group:  a megalomaniacal dragonborn who believed herself to be the rightful heir of Tiamat (dragon blood sorcerer), a drow madman (warlock, outsider pact) who played the "voices in his head" really well, an NPC dwarf cleric who couldn't speak, and myself, a Tiefling con artist in it for the luls (wild magic sorcerer).

Our group decides to set up an ambush along the highway to pull it off.  We neglected one tiny, almost insignificant point:  that being that trade routes into major cities tend to be busy.  The wheels fell off the metaphorical wagon fairly quickly when we stopped the wrong wagon.  See, the right wagon came into view as we were letting these elderly elven cloth merchants past, but instead of the expected dozen or so guards, it had three.  So of course, being the paranoid bunch of maniacs we were, we immediately grew suspicious that the cloth merchants were hauling the real package, and the monks were a decoy.  The road is mostly blocked, the merchants' wagon is squeezing through our manufactured choke point, and I holler for my drow buddy to stop them.  So this elderly elf couple (think about how old that makes them) is suddenly faced with a menacing drow, crazy look in his eye and a flaming prosthetic leg cocked over one shoulder like a club (that's another story) who steps out and says "Tax inspection!"

Of course, they don't trust that at all, so they call for their guard, who's in the back.  I'm behind the wagon, unarmed, dressed like a well-off merchant, when this heavily armored guy jumps out with a greatsword, looking for a fight.  I immediately greet him with a "good morning" and ask him what's going on, which confuses him a little.  Now while this is going on, the three goody-two-shoes monks are rolling up on this scene.  Wagons are blocking the road, a huge armored and armed guy is squaring off against an unarmed merchant type.  So of course, I call to them for help, because we're being attacked by brigands.

Cue a long fight scene where two monks and the knight nearly destroy each other, the drow takes out the elves, the dragonborn blasts away the third monk w/ help from the NPC, and I finish things off by walking up near the melee and firing off a thunder wave (which triggers my wild magic, turning me into a potted plant.  Petunias, to be precise.)

Everyone else dies, we get the goods, and quickly sneak off to cover our tracks.

That was the most fun I've had in a long, long time.  Extra kudos to our DM who pulled off an amazingly fun game w/ lots of action, amazing descriptions and even some decent character development all on the spur of the moment.  That guy is impressive.
 
2017-04-21 07:18:57 AM  

HedlessChickn: Still on Persona 5. I never played the series before, but I just bought a copy of Persona Q so I can play more on the go. It's seriously that good.

I still play a few rounds of MWO here and there as well.

As for gaming memories, I got two new kittens last month. Their names are Toe Jam and Earl.


I did get P5 after work last Friday and I've been pretty obsessed with it.  It has all the things I absolutely hate about Persona (WHY CAN'T I DO ANYTHING DURING EXAM WEEK????) but I still love playing it.  I love how they added special perks and skills by completing social interactions.  I just hate how difficult it is to max stuff because you're so crunched for time and there are large blocks of days where you can't do ANYTHING except the one story driven scene.  Drives me crazy.
 
2017-04-21 07:22:05 AM  
I've decided to head into the deep black in Elite Dangerous.  I picked up a passenger mission that is 30,000 light years away.  Further than a trip to the center of the galaxy. After leaving on Sunday, I've made it about 3000 light years (it takes my Imperial Clipper about 33 jumps to get 1k light years), so I've made it around 10 percent the way there, and 'there' is only half the trip.

I may have bitten off a bigger bite than I imagined. (For reference, the civilized bubble, where most players spend all of their time is a few hundred light years across)

I have, however, found a Herbig AE/BE star, which is listed as not rare or uncommon, but 'legendary'. And it's gonna have my name slapped on it as the discoverer, so that's nice. Also found a system with 3 terraformable worlds (1 is rare).

It's been interesting; but 5% after a week is a little intimidating. Then again, maybe I'll swing by galactic center on the way back and look at the supermassive black hole (Sagittarius A).
 
2017-04-21 07:54:09 AM  
Played some Civ VI, too. Decided to try a religious win. Focused on new settlement building and each settlement focused on faith buildings and wonders. Eventually had enough faith production to churn out a new apostle every 3 turns. Won the game in a couple of hundred turns. Pretty easy, really - game was over and won when knights were 'high tech'.
 
2017-04-21 08:31:44 AM  
Just got Plague Inc the board game.  2-player is fun, and I've still got to try out single player.

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2017-04-21 08:49:40 AM  
Perhaps my absolute favorite gaming memory was getting an entire convention hall singing Grateful Dead.

Summer 1999, at Origins in Columbus, OH.  I was playing in the big tournament for the Legend of the Five Rings CCG.  The winner got an automatic bid to the final tournament at GenCon.  I had a really slick Toturi's Army deck, that involved a lot of destroying people's armies with Toku, the L5R equivalent of Magic's Ornithopter.  I tore through the open rounds and waltzed into the final-16 elimination bracket.  After flattening my first opponent, I ran into a player whose deck was my particular kryptonite.  

About 15 minutes into the match, it was clear I was not going to win, so I was at least trying to make my opponent earn his victory.  We came down to the major battle that was going to seal his victory.  I burned every card in my hand trying to stave off defeat.  Finally down to two cards I couldn't play, my opponent said, "your turn."

I'm staring at my two useless cards.  "I will....hmm...I will......I wiiiilllll get by...."

And my opponent jumped in.  And pretty soon, the couple hundred people watching ours and the handful of other matches joined in on the "I see you've got your fists out, say your piece and get out."  The Magic players are all staring at us looking like we had all gone crazy.

Once the song ran its course, I conceded my match and basked in the knowledge I had made Top 8 in the second-largest tournament of the year.  A little later, my friends and I were sitting in the bar across the street getting a late lunch.  In walk a handful of the game designers and the guy running the tournament.  I got complimented for the impromptu karaoke session.  As far as anyone knew, it was the first time someone had gotten half of the convention center singing Grateful Dead.

/That was also the only time I ever sat in the main gaming hall - at Origins, DragonCon, Gencon, or any of the smaller wargaming conventions - and it didn't smell like ass that hadn't seen a shower in a week.
 
2017-04-21 09:02:52 AM  
Well, I just finished the last dungeon in Zelda, so now it's the final push to take out Ganon.  Other than that, mostly just more Diablo seasonal play.
 
2017-04-21 09:08:26 AM  
I'm still wading my way through Pokemon Sun because I'm lazy and it's so laden with poorly paced cutscenes I can't bear to play it for more than 45 minutes at a time. Yeah, it's a kid's game, but I kind of just want to fight monsters for money; I don't need all that sh*t about "heart" and "caring for my 'friends.'"

As for favorite gaming memories, there was a game called Zombies Ate My Neighbors for SNES that my younger brother and I could play together without trying to physically beat the hell out of each other.

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2017-04-21 09:11:15 AM  
I'm full in on Elite: Dangerous now. Actually getting involved in the community and learning what the hell I am, or at least should be doing, has been great. Thinking about doing a Sag A* run soon, but exploring has been a blast. Still not great at conflict zone combats, but have gotten fairly good at 1 v 1.

Winding down Destiny. Started playing a bit more with friends just to check all the boxes before Destiny 2, but I think I'm finally weening myself off my loot addiction.

Favorite gaming moment? I'm sure there's loads, the first that sticks out to me though would be my first encounter with a dragon in the original Skyrim wasn't one finding me for a fight, but walking across a snow covered ridge and seeing 12+ skeleton warriors and archers fighting a dragon in the distance, totally unaware of me. I just got to sit and watch the dragon slowly destroy them all over the course of a minute or two, and then fly away, and that was when I was really wowed by the game, and what games with emergent type, unscripted activities could do. It was truly awesome.

Oh, and when my kiddos are around we're slowly playing through the HD remake of Windwaker, and they also get a big kick out of the King's Quest game. We picked up Abzu while it was on sale too and they've enjoyed just swimming around and riding turtles, but it's a gorgeous game that makes me nostalgic for Ecco the Dolphin.
 
2017-04-21 09:13:02 AM  
This week I have been mostly reading books but I did get some time in to play a bit of the Telltale Sam and Max games. Good fun. I still can't get past the music that sounds somewhat like but isn't the music from the Lucasarts game but I'm used to the new voices now. It's nice to get some proper adventuring in with some laughs.
 
2017-04-21 09:13:26 AM  
I finished Persona 5 last night and I'm just basking in how much I loved my time playing it. I'm definitely going to be playing NG+ to look at the game again and go for platinum. I can't think of the last game I've played that made me feel as content in completing a game since P5.

At some point I'll likely pick up Yooka-Laylee.
 
2017-04-21 09:14:45 AM  
My friends set up a vanilla Minecraft server so I'm busy for a few weeks. I'm going to build a spawner this weekend.
 
2017-04-21 09:14:56 AM  
Still digging MLB The Show 17.

Fave gaming moment was DAOC (as Albion), farming in a PvP zone with 5 peeps and witnessing a lag-inducing massive zerg force set up on the other side of a hill and stalking them for 30 mins, killing 30-40 of them and watching another enemy force of 20 rush them.  We then massacred the victorious secondary force.  It was awesome.
 
2017-04-21 09:15:02 AM  
Planet Coaster this weekend. I did play the new expansion to Project Highrise last week but it seemed like too much work. Switched to Planet Coaster and was having a blast with the new update. So much lag though in my park! It's a beautiful game.

One of my fondest memories was speeding through getting Sky access in FFXi with our small static group of 5/6 people. We were up half the night but finished it. Just talking, relaxing, no rushing for items...just playing. The co-leader of our linkshell and I would host Sky runs for people who didn't have it for the hell of it. We were high enough level to kill most everything and just enjoyed bringing people through. That game was equal parts fun and work. I still listen to the game soundtracks at work.
 
2017-04-21 09:15:12 AM  
Favorite Gaming Moment...
Back in the day, I managed to beat Civ2 WW2 senario as the Germans. 2 turns before the end I took the last American city. I remember standing and screaming!

/ Playing Torchlight 2
// pretty fun
/// was on sale
 
2017-04-21 09:15:13 AM  
Andromeda multiplayer and KSP.

favorite gaming memory: the first (and to date only) time i took out Mangar and beat The Bards Tale on my C64. I spent over a year playing that game, mapping every dungeon on graph paper, solving every riddle, and grinding out levels on the 4th floor of Mangar's tower until I had a party of L99 characters that could stand a chance against that bastard. Finally went to the 5th floor, found him, and kicked his ass. I dont think any other game has satisfied me as much as I was at that moment; I think I was 12 or 14 at the time.
 
2017-04-21 09:15:49 AM  
Battle Brothers on laptop, Troyes on tabletop.
 
2017-04-21 09:16:02 AM  
Well, I will be playing two games.  The first is Xplane 11, because flying is awesome, and Xplane 11 is amazing.

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The second thing I will be playing is Steel Ocean, which is now one of my favourite naval games of all time, eclipsed only by Silent Hunter 3, and Rule the Waves.  (Maybe C:MANO)

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2017-04-21 09:16:34 AM  
World of Warships for me, still.  Having fun with CV, trying to get all of my other ships up to tier 5.

My favorite memory was the first time I used and afterburner-slide to take out a flight of Jalthi's.  They were a nightmare until I mastered that little move, and from then on, I looked forward to blasting those cats to pieces!
 
2017-04-21 09:17:45 AM  
I'm waiting for a price tag for Everything. I've been playing BotW and Cities Skylines this week, nothing new to say they are both still fun.
 
2017-04-21 09:18:23 AM  
okay, favorite gaming moment. Hmmmmmm....thats a tough one.

I'll go with a more recent one: One of the latest Star Citizen updates, I got to test out their new Caterpillar ship. It's huge. Walking up to it was awe-inspiring. Not only that but just running through the ship and going to engineering and the bridge and all that. You got a fantastic sense of what the game is becoming and my inner sci-fi nerd was in heaven. You really had never seen anything like it. It was glorious.

for those who don't know what I'm talking about, watch this.

Star Citizen | Drake Caterpillar Tour + Flight
Youtube sjuunHQf4Zg
 
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