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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby John View Post
    Hi Shazam!
    Have you ever played League of Legends? Not long ago I discovered this game for myself and it turned out to be pretty unique in terms of gameplay. After playing it for some time I was not surprised to find out that it has the biggest number of concurrent online players. I guess you will like it provided you play MOBA.
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    No I haven't but I've heard of it.

    I have X1. I am considering buying another when the new machines come out, but I am considering a move back to Sony PS. X1 clearly lacking in the library department and it was part of what was possibly lacking in my end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby John View Post
    Hi Shazam!
    Have you ever played League of Legends? Not long ago I discovered this game for myself and it turned out to be pretty unique in terms of gameplay. After playing it for some time I was not surprised to find out that it has the biggest number of concurrent online players. I guess you will like it provided you play MOBA.
    Ah yes, the most toxic gaming community on the net

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    Quote Originally Posted by underrated29 View Post
    I've been playing witcher III love it
    I own the first two and I've never played any of them, I really should though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freyaka View Post
    I own the first two and I've never played any of them, I really should though.
    I've only played the 3rd but its one I r the best rpgs I've ever played.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freyaka View Post
    I own the first two and I've never played any of them, I really should though.
    I played some of the first one. It felt to me like something I already played, like Dragon Age.

    Imo gaming has become stagnant and not evolved since 360 and PS3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by underrated29 View Post
    I've only played the 3rd but its one I r the best rpgs I've ever played.
    I've heard nothing but positives about it, it was even on gamepass for a bit, just never got around to it. If it ever ends up on PC gamepass I'll make a point to play it. I never get on the xbox anymore since I have a monster gaming pc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freyaka View Post
    I've heard nothing but positives about it, it was even on gamepass for a bit, just never got around to it. If it ever ends up on PC gamepass I'll make a point to play it. I never get on the xbox anymore since I have a monster gaming pc.
    Give the novels a try, too. Not Sanderson-level, but some excellent world-building and intriguing characters. I will enjoy W3:WH much more when I next play. I began play with no background at all. Now it's a world I look forward to visiting.
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    Isn't the witcher (and the novels) ripped off from Elric? Not that I'm an expert on either...
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    I want to be sympathetic, but one should not have sympathy for inauthentic sorrow.
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    Its like Save the Rainforest. People aren't saying, 'F**ck those other forests', its just that this particular forest is in worse shape right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayninja View Post
    Isn't the witcher (and the novels) ripped off from Elric? Not that I'm an expert on either...
    I never read the Moorcock books but it seems like a similar protagonist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    I never read the Moorcock books but it seems like a similar protagonist.
    I'm absolutely craving Moorcock.
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    I want to be sympathetic, but one should not have sympathy for inauthentic sorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wayninja View Post
    I'm absolutely craving Moorcock.
    I get that a lot.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sting
    "You know cos I just lost my parents--both my parents died in the same year...to this day, people come up to me and say 'my dad died and that album really meant a lot to me,' which is very nourishing {pats heart} for a songwriter to hear that your songs have a utility beyond just their own solace, that it actually helps other people."

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayninja View Post
    I'm absolutely craving Moorcock.
    This seems a rather believable statement and not out of character.

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