ITT: Games that you hated the first time you played them, but fell in love with them when you replayed them years later
Exactly the same here, I think it was just way too boring the first time around because of the lack of content and skills/spells. But now it's one of my favorite games on PC, love the setting as well.
Speaking of Fallout, I saved at the fight with The Master. All I have is 200 Small Guns and tbe Combat Shotgun (which carried me to hell and back before). Is it possible to beat the Master with this shit or am I just fucked?
I'm trying to play it, but it seems like a fucking mountain to climb.
There are many interchangeable passive clusters and keystones for most builds though. For example someone might choose to sacrifice passive points elsewhere to get an extra curse.
PC version is preordered and will be my third time buying the game. I'm not ashamed.
>99% of the content they want is there right now
it is my understanding that there will be a no steam option once the game actually gets out of early access, that's what I'm waiting for
Right now the game has a serious case of too many lv1 talismans and not enough stone circles.
I rented it from Gamefly when it first came out and couldn't stand the game. I only got a couple hours in but sent it back pretty much the same day.
A few years later I was looking for a game to play and websites kept putting it in the top 10 games on the Xbox 360. I bought it used for like $8 and fell in love with the game, just in time for Mass Effect 2.
I should go replay it at some point.
>Have a nice system of gems and support gems set up
>Uses every slot in my gear
>Can't fucking replace any gear or else I'll lose a skill/huge dps buff
That shit got annoying right quick
Mfw you can't play Helltooth WD because the game can't calculate the high amount of dots thus rendering the class unplayable. D3 was, and still is shit.
I started recently without a guide too and now I'm doing maps with OK results. Then again, I made a summoner.
>not enough stone circles
There are areas that have 100% spawn rate for stone circles.
Yes it's a lot more polished game now. I suggest you cyclone marauder (follow the guide on the forums) if you are playing for the 1st time and want to be handheld the 1st time you play it.
By final difficulty I meant maps.
And by maps I mean chiselled and exalted maps.
And by that I mean chiselled and exalted maps with sick ass rolls and broken bosses /oos ALT+F4.
Really didn't like the setting at all - I was mainly used to these typical medieval fantasy settings and the fallout setting with robots and lasers and plasma guns n shit bored the hell out of me
glad I gave it another chance
I remember I played Marauder when I first tried it because I wanted to be Conan. Then I learned all of your abilities come from gems and not yourself... It's a mild turn-off at best though. I got used to that pretty quick.
I found it a bit difficult when I started, but then again I've literally never played an ARTS in my life before this so I probably fucked up in every way imaginable. I remember quitting because I was told to go south and look for some place in the jungle and it just wasn't there. I was walking around for hours trying to find where the fuck I was supposed to go and just uninstalled.
Meh, might as well. What does it add?
So much this. I remember forcing myself through the first hour or so because I didn't have anything else. 3 hours later I couldn't stop absorving that DANK AND KUSH atmosphere
>get into combat with a billion enemies
>OH MY GOD THIS IS TAKING FOREVER WHAT THE FUCK THIS SUCKS
>drop the game right there
about 10 hours for me, it was fun and all but running into a shitload of enemies at once was so fucking tedious
It is, but they're adding a choice of 3 smaller skill trees for each character that have a lot of other choices in them. The exception is Scion, who only has one tree, but they've been super minor on the details for hers.