Today I fought projectile spammers on brawl
I was forced to use there profane ways
I just encountered the most broken thing in Duodecim evar (... besides Side By Side): Gilgamesh's EX mode with all Excalibur. Inflicted break on a lv. 105 Jecht within the first ten seconds of the match with a single combo (Tsubamegaeshi > Snatch Blow assist > Tsuba > Assist chase Swords Dance > Wall Rush). Thanks to Edge of Madness Ω, the Stage BRV was 'bout 3,000, resulting in over 9,000 total damage because of the wall rush.
**** THE MEME ONE COMBO AND I TOOK OFF MORE THAN 90% OF HIS HP WTFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
If I started that combo with Electrocute, that small amount of damage would'a let me finish Jecht off with a burst just barely... ****in' crazy.
Moar Escort, moar high scores. 'Cept for one match. Normally I'm a real stickler for gettin' quality kills on the VIPs, but when you've got a team of noobs (one of 'em being level 1, for christ's sake...) up against three opposing prestiged players, the gloves come off. After taking a convincing lead defending our VIPs in round one, I went all aggrofaggot 'n simply rush killed the VIPs as soon as they spawned. Didn't wanna lose that lead to all the free kill streaks my terrible team mates would give 'em, so I made sure they got a terrbiad amount of checkpoints; only seven, none of them worth more than 400. Half as many as we got.
It feels horrible runnin' in to get 100-point kills, even if it's actually a good idea... =/ It's like I'm level 5 in Brotherhood all over again.
Ni no Kuni the game that brings a tear to gamers like mine eyes.
Possibly the best looking game ever?
Good combat system as well
Tried Arma 2, the game from which the Day Z mod originates. It's a complex realistic military shooter simulator. Spent much of the time following people around and didn't get a single kill (never actually saw enemy players). Overall, very complex learning curve.
Completely forgot 'bout RDR's social club challenges for all this time, so I decided to get 'em done. 'Bout halfway through with 'em all.
Also, that Gentleman's Attire sure is classy (what a surprise). Terribly unfitting for Marston.