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(SOL) Navy Public Forum / Re: Fallout 76
« on: December 04, 2018, 09:35:37 pm »
Sounds good guys. Still thinking about it.

Well, we would love to have you. Leadtail and I have been having a great time teaming up exploring and doing missions. Package played one night, but I can assume he is really busy with work/life. He seemed to enjoy it also. Lead and I teamed up with him to help on some missions.

Huh. I assumed that you guys couldn't play after being banned for life.  :banned:

https://variety.com/2018/gaming/news/fallout-76-players-banned-for-homophobic-attack-1203067102/

 :excited:

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(SOL) Navy Public Forum / Re: Happy birthday Mudhen!
« on: November 30, 2018, 02:09:41 pm »
Another trip around the sun!  :spazz:

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Upcoming Releases / Re: New Nvidia cards announced
« on: November 27, 2018, 06:01:11 pm »
How's yours holding up Horns? I heard that Nvidia delisted them on their website and a possible recall was in the works?

Not a single problem with mine so far *knocks on wood*.  I think the founders edition cards are the ones that have issues and I do not have one of those.

 :headbang:

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Upcoming Releases / Re: New Nvidia cards announced
« on: November 27, 2018, 08:25:48 am »
How's yours holding up Horns? I heard that Nvidia delisted them on their website and a possible recall was in the works?

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Upcoming Releases / Re: Ring of Elysium
« on: October 26, 2018, 07:18:26 am »
Nice! I've managed a couple of kills and shot a few people in the 10 games I've played. Been shot off of the ladder once, finished 4th and 6th.

It's funny, this game for some reason reminds me of back when we played WWII online and I was a rifleman all of the time. Lots of running through open spaces ducking behind cover taking pot shots at people so far away that you could barely see them coupled with fast close quarter combat inside buildings where the first guy to spot the other usually gets the kill. Listening to them running around on the floor boards upstairs while you knew they were doing the same as you run around.
With the Ymir pushing you so that you are always advancing towards a heavily defended area like a base assault, or getting lucky enough to already be where the Helo is coming in so that you are sitting there know that multiple enemies could be sneaking in from any direction.
I love the realistic ballistics too. It is helpful to be able to see that hot lead moving through the air so that it is possible to actually lead your shots and they take time to reach your target. The sound of the bullets hitting near or zipping by also makes it easier to not just be confused by where the shots are coming from or whether someone is shooting at you or not. Also, as long as you have the bullet proof vest and helmet and don't get head shot you aren't dying from one shot kills either.

I definitely am loving it. Sent you a friend request as Huckleseed. We can try using Q for marking. I pulled out my headset only to find it isn't usb and I have no jack for my microphone.

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Upcoming Releases / Re: Ring of Elysium
« on: October 25, 2018, 11:11:45 am »
I played this a couple of times and was definitely an attractive gameplay to me. I'm running it off of my laptop and forced to use low graphics settings so adding a discord or anything running at the same time is pretty much out of the question. I should be getting my tower back next month though and so might be looking to hook up and play more than solo.

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(SOL) Navy Public Forum / Re: Hurricane Michael.
« on: October 17, 2018, 07:55:38 pm »
They say that Micheal hitting the Florida panhandle was a hundred year storm. Hurricane Katrina in 2005 in New Orleans was a hundred year storm. Superstorm Sandy in 2012 was a hundred year storm. Hurricane Joaquin in 2015 brought 1000 year flooding to South Carolina. Hurricane Harvey in Houston in 2017 was a hundred year storm. Hurricane Florence this year would have been called a hundred year storm if they hadn't just had their thousand year one.

This is not complaining about global warming by the way. Just some investment advice. California is never going to fall into the sea and bring you ocean front property in Arizona. But you might purchase along the purple line here if you want to be as close to the coast as possible without losing everything you own as these "hundred year storms" become yearly events!


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Upcoming Releases / Re: MapleStory 2
« on: October 17, 2018, 07:38:04 pm »
http://maplestory2.nexon.net/en/landing

this site? no...i can't, that on the list the FBI ban me from playing.... again

But...they have very cute sheep and everything! Oh...wait...nevermind.  :spank:

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Call of Duty Series / Re: Zorro: The Gay Blade
« on: October 16, 2018, 09:43:54 pm »
Interesting, and I bet he has a robust social life...

Robust social life....he has a busty robot?

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Upcoming Releases / MapleStory 2
« on: October 15, 2018, 11:51:07 pm »
This is the sequel/prequel to an age old MMO that my kids and I loved to play back in 2003. I think that they have done a great job in modernizing and from what I understand they even have a battle royal mode to satisfy the Fortnite fans. It is cute and light and fun to free to play on Steam.

Here's a description I lifted from rockpapershotgun.com

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Nexon’s bouncy multiplayer platform RPG MapleStory was the first MMO for a lot of folks, and its 3D sequel MapleStory 2 launched today in English. While the game has been kicking around Korea and China for a while, it made its English debut through a paid, closed beta last week, it’s now free for all to jump in and play. Part arcadey hack n’ slasher, part anime social space with Minecrafty construction elements, there’s levels to grind, loot to hoard and a truly preposterous number of vacantly smiling monsters to bop.

And more from polygon.com

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n MapleStory 2, there’s no need to stay on one map and grind monsters for hours on end like in the original game. And while quests felt like a waste of time in MapleStory, its sequel’s story quests are pretty much mandatory for leveling up. Your character levels naturally and easily just from doing the story quest, like in Final Fantasy XIV or any other modern MMO. This is one of the biggest ways that MapleStory is catching up with the current generation.

The sequel also encourages some more resource management than its predecessor. Rather than spamming your strongest skill and relying on a pet to automatically refill your health and mana, you actually have to watch your “spirit” levels and strategically use your skills to refill them. This makes the game harder than the original MapleStory, but the skill rotations you need to do to keep your spirit up aren’t complicated, like some other MMOs. The original game’s combat tends to get a little mind-numbing when taking down enemies, but dodging area-of-effect skills on a 3D map and maintaining spirit forces you to pay more attention in MapleStory 2.

All these changes make MapleStory 2 feel like an improved sequel instead of just the 3D rendition of an old game that it could have been. If you’re looking to slay some pigs and run some raids, this is probably the game for you. But if you want to just grind all day and night, you should stick to the original MapleStory.

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(SOL) Navy Public Forum / Re: Star Control: Origins
« on: October 15, 2018, 08:29:02 pm »
I picked up this game and gave it a whirl.

If you liked Star Control 2, you will dig it.
Game play is very similar with the quests, exploration, ship upgrades.
The developer didn't get the rights to the old races like the Spathi, Yehat, Urquan, etc. but the new ones they came up with are all pretty good.

Really enjoying it.

That's funny. *Game is subtitled Origins. Doesn't have rights to the original material*

 :excited:

I read a few articles about the lawsuit and it is hard to find a good guy in that situation.


As to the game,
I have gotten pretty far into it and met most if not all of the alien races.
My favorite part of the original was the awesome aliens you get to meet.

This one did a great great job of matching that. There are some tributes, some funny tongue in cheek flat out ripoffs of the original, and a bunch of originals that really shine.
I am kind of glad he didn't win the lawsuit so his team had to stretch their imagination and fill the void left by those proprietary species they didn't get the rights to.

"Necessity is the mother of invention" didn't become a saying for nuthin  :cowboy:

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(SOL) Navy Public Forum / Re: Star Control: Origins
« on: October 10, 2018, 08:15:30 am »
I picked up this game and gave it a whirl.

If you liked Star Control 2, you will dig it.
Game play is very similar with the quests, exploration, ship upgrades.
The developer didn't get the rights to the old races like the Spathi, Yehat, Urquan, etc. but the new ones they came up with are all pretty good.

Really enjoying it.

That's funny. *Game is subtitled Origins. Doesn't have rights to the original material*

 :excited:

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Star Citizen / Re: Holy Crap... this is getting good
« on: October 10, 2018, 08:13:02 am »
It does look great. But after reading all of the hassle trying to figure out the controls I'll just wait until they have a full body VR suit to interact. I'm getting too old to go to video game college anymore  :waaaht:

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(SOL) Navy Public Forum / For a moment
« on: September 02, 2018, 04:49:39 pm »
I was intrigued by our new forum on General Stimulation. Then I noticed that it has always been there except lacking a "t".  :blush:

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Upcoming Releases / Re: Cyberpunk 2077 - NSFW
« on: August 29, 2018, 04:10:48 am »
So I'm wondering if those implants are real or if this is just a skin job  :nerd:

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