Finished Stalker, got the "good" ending, and the canonically correct one.
Most enjoyable game I've played since Xenoblade. There's definitely room for improvement, but it's a very unique game that sets itself apart from the rest.
Ya can't escape the 'Karp, Assasin. No one has ever lived t' tell such a tale. Submit to us.
I don't understand how nub lobbies are so damn common in Revelations. Boggles my bloody mind. To a lesser extent, I'm also surprised by how many people were level grindin' in (Friendly) Free Roam t'day during triple XP. One dude was hardcore-grinding Tesoro Azul. Back when I was a nub, I could've had seven other players with me 'n still not clean that gang hideout so fast as I did with that dude. I can only imagine how quick it would've been if I wasn't usin' Expert targeting (t'is all I use in Free Roam, auto targeting is OP against AI).
... Is 1 mil a lot in Runescape monies? 'Cause if it is I'd sure as shit do it 'n sell that account on eBay or somethin'.
My luck in Minecraft remains impeccable. Though my hard drive crash destroyed my more-than-a-stack of diamonds, I'm well on my way t' reclaiming said stack. Three hours in a new world, on my first major spelunkin' trip, I entered an underground ravine with a river of lava on level 11. Two veins of four diamond ore each were in plain sight. Even better, I actually found two dungeons early on in my derpin' about in caves. Inside one'a the dungeon chests was a Fortune II enchatment book, so I marked down the location's coordinates t' return to later once I enchant a pick.
... And then a creeper randomly fell on me from a hiding hole above when my frame rate imploded at quite literally the worst moment, meanin' I couldn't at least lessen the damage by backin' up. T'was followed by two skeletons and a zambie ambushin' me at that exact moment, resultin' in me dying literally milliseconds 'fore I could successfully block myself in a corner to regen health. If my fps wasn't dyin', I would've managed to get away...
Great luck followed by horrid luck aside, I actually managed t' make a mad dash back to my precious enchantment book 'fore it vanished... better yet, on my way there when pickin' through two stacks worth of cobble, I found another diamond ore vein by chance. T'was a huge vein of eight ore. That's 16 in just one trip, no more than four hours into the game, not countin' any bonus diamonds I'll receive from my enchanted pick. I've only one basic house and a shitty farm-in-progress at the moment, yet I'm gonna have more than a fourth of a stack'a diamonds already. dat mother****in luck