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I am looking forward to playing this when I'm back in a week or so. Any advice that you would give now that you've finished it?
Decided that I'll play Shadows of Mordor - needs a 3 gig update.
Ok... how about League of Legends - also needs 3 gigs
Righto.. mmm what about Rome Total war 2? Nope - 1 gig update
But surely not Planetsi.. 2 gig update.
Right then. I can officially play zero games on my computer as that is all I have installed so far (new laptop before I left).
Fuck the police.
Edit: I forgot I also have eve online installed - it comes with a big update too.
Everything i was playing required updates. Planetside 2 was already updated but seemed to really chug through the data so made it tricky.
Online games these days....brrrr.
Had also been playing Space Hulk Ascension (which is awesome incidentally) - and it's one of those newbie steam games where each and every update, regardless of how small, is 1gb mininum. Everquest Landmark was the same initially, very annoying.
I hope that the main character from origins doesn't turns up - only because I didn't have my own import and the guy it uses as the default looks like a twat.
I've found when it comes to games like this you'll inevitably feel.that way regardless of what you pick.51 hours in with a long way to go yet.
Still only level 15.
Sort of regret going rift spec now. The knight enchanter and necromancer both look a bit more spicy.
On another topic: I both love this game and find it hard to play at the same time.
Often I load it up and I just really feel like killing some demons or apostates etc. I find myself in haven thinking - what do I have to do here right now? (the completionist in me demands everything that can be done is done). So I end up running around going through every conversational tree that I can. I want to rush it though - my real urge right that moment is to kill things so I'm sort of half heartedly paying attention. After around 30 minutes I finally end up in a battle and start to feel engrossed with the game. Then comes the regret - I didn't really pay proper attention to those conversations - I'm missing parts of the game that make it so special because I'm giving it what it deserves.
Then I have other sessions where I play for an hour and don't have a single fight - just bask in the glory of the codex/books/environment/conversations.
Anyway I want to go in with the mindset that if I load up inquisition I need to just take it slow and play it for what it is, not try to rush to play a particular part I want.
I found this to be exactly the same with the first game, where i played for a while, felt a bit over it, shelved it and came back later then played through to the end with renewed enthusiasm.