• Ethan-G-Marx - July 8, 2014 1:39 p.m.

    2 Words: Stanley's Parable
  • Jinzaki - July 8, 2014 11:41 a.m.

    or looting every. single. useless. items. because your brain want's that fucking 3 gold coins and thinks a really long, and painful, over encumbered, slow walk back is worth it.
  • lordshinjuku - July 8, 2014 11:27 a.m.

    Must kill resident evil 4 merchant. What u selling stranger? A rocket to the face
  • rxb - July 8, 2014 5:31 a.m.

    P.S. Also exploiting the save system to try all the expensive items or different upgrades in a game without actually committing any money.
  • rxb - July 8, 2014 5:28 a.m.

    These normally happened to me when I got bored with a game in the past. Often on racing games I would create the most extreme broken custom set ups possible. Also causing the biggest pile ups or just driving off circuit.
  • mark-ulrich - July 7, 2014 6:41 p.m.

    Have you ever attempted to amass as much gore as humanly possible? Stacking and mutilating bodies. Pile the corpses then use every item to deal damage? Yah me too.
  • luke-reid - July 7, 2014 5:57 p.m.

    That's hilarious. Especially The whole trying to thwart the invisible walls. I've had a few successful attempts at scaling sheer cliffs in Skyrim.
  • _--_ - July 7, 2014 3:33 p.m.

    --in the 'bigger' games --i always want to play the game without any 'guide' --like~i recently started witcher2(360) --i was like --" gonna play this whole game 'blind' ..." --now --playing blind makes for a MUCH better gaming experience --the world is more 'alive' --FINALLY finishing the bigger quests is more 'rewarding' --it truly is 'the right way' to play video games --but --let me tell you something --one does not simply play the witcher 2(with no guide)
  • BladedFalcon - July 8, 2014 8:02 a.m.

    lol, settle down Boromir :P
  • _--_ - July 8, 2014 3:15 p.m.

    --dude --i always 'figured' i would 'like' The Witcher(i love medieval fantasy) --but --i never EVEN CAME close to having a PC that could run it --and when it came to 360 --skyrim came out --so --i was STOKED about skyrim --and i never got a chance to give the witcher 2 a second --then --they announced Witcher3 for consoles --and --FINALLY ill get to play a witcher(right?) --then --summer hit --and the games got a bit sparse --so --i decided to 'play through' the witcher 2 --to 'prepare' for 3 --well --let me tell you my ole GRbuddy --theres some gold here --not only did the game 'sorta' blow my mind(im still playing it~got aways to go) --it 'took me away'(even though i had stepped back to seventh gen~and the game was released in 09~and re-released with lower res for 360 back in 11~i mean this game is a half a decade old!) --i looked more into 'where' the witcher 'came from' --now --even though i sorta knew Witcher came from some fantasy novels --i didnt really 'know' --turns out --the witcher was introduced around 1992 as short stories in a Polish fantasy magazine(or something like that) --so the Polish was only translated to english in the 2000's --and i couldnt find ANY of the novels online(just one) --so --i looked up a pdf --and --let me tell you --the first 'short story' in the first book --BLEW MY SOCKS OFF(i had played about 20 hrs into the witcher2 so far) --you see --what REALLY 'stuck out' to me about the withcer2 --was the characters and the lure --it wasnt like skyrim --the characters seemed like they were~i dont know~real --not just Geralt(the witcher)~OR the main characters --but --EVERY SINGLE character(right down to the side characters side characters) --its like --their stories and 'all that' --are SO 'well thought out' --theres NO 'holes' in ANYWHERE --the characters are JUST AS 'memorable' as figures like Frodo or Gandalf --then --the way the story is 'laid out' --Geralt keeps a journal --it keeps track of characters~places~and quests --it 'expands' as the story progresses --and it reads like a novel --i quickly found myself engulfing PARAGRAPH after PARAGRAPH --the 'lore' in nthe game is so full and so DENSE --like seriously --it makes mass effects lore look like a novel for 2nd graders --but --its not 'just' the 'girth' --its the 'way' it reads --then you add on top of that --ALL the 'stuff'(items) that is in the game --man --i cant explain it --all i can say is --theres gold in dem dare hills
  • BladedFalcon - July 8, 2014 4:01 p.m.

    Well, I don't doubt there's gold on dem there hills XD I mean, only reason why I haven't played the game is because I also don't own a PC that can run it, or a 360. Otherwise, trust me, I would have played it already :P
  • _--_ - July 8, 2014 6:35 p.m.

    --yeah I know you ain't gotta 360 --I'm definitely not 'gloating' or whatever haha (I'm just 'suddenly' SO amazed the the witcher) --and then you played ds2 AND shovel knight A LOT(so you probably have had a GOOD fill of medieval fantasy) --I'm just --giving you a 'heads up'(plus I'm stoked) --witcher3 is gonna be THE GODDAMNED SHIT! --after I realized how 'much' there was to the game(and the franchise itself) --I was thinking --"why hasn't this game ever BLOWN UP" --and then I realized 2things --1.making the game a PC exclusive(requiring a MASSIVELY powerful PC)KILLED the games demographic reach(or how many folks could 'get 2 it' --but I'm predicting a MAJOR stroke of luck(or fate) for this franchise --because --2.cdprojeckt has been working on this franchise for around 10 years~with basically NO 'real' hardware limitations~the author of the world has been working on the stories for about 30 years~he also has been working with cdp the whole time~you mix ALL that with the fact that they are only building this game for 8th gen~and you've got the most potential for a 'landmark' 8th gen game --I predict --that the witcher3 will be a 'milestone' like a gta3 or a mario64 --a REAL true 'game changer' --cause when it comes out --it's gonna score top notch --the word is gonna spread --and the franchise is PREPARED (luck is when 'preparation' meets opportunity~and oh how prepared this franchise is) --would be nice if franchises like this one --could 'replace' the shit like asscreed or COD in 8th gen(as top 'contender') --you want a 'genuine' franchise? --the hottest furnace can smelt no cleaner a purity than the witcher
  • BladedFalcon - July 8, 2014 6:50 p.m.

    Yeah, considering the amount of good word I've heard of the witcher series, (the second one specially, but even the first one got rave reviews.) I'm surprised isn't hasn't blown up even more. Though I definitely would blame that on limited exposure, even with it eventually coming to the 360, i think it did when the hype about it's initial release in PC had died off, so many didn't even notice it by then. But yeah, hopefully now that the witcher 3 will get a proper multi-console release, it'll benefit from it enough to finally get the exposure it seems to deserve. The game certainly looks amazeballs.
  • _--_ - July 8, 2014 7:34 p.m.

    --im gonna give you the same advise i did Pl4y4r --read a "The Striga" short story(it starts on the first page~its titled "The Witcher"(under the first paragraph) --its just a few pages --heres a pdf link --read that short story of the Striga(in that link~its like from 1992) --then watch the first few minutes of this youtube video(about 5 minutes) --the YTvideo is an ingame engine movie(from witcher1) of the striga short story from 1992
  • BladedFalcon - July 8, 2014 9:22 p.m.

    ....150 pages isn't really a short read, but I'll give it a try for bit regardless XD
  • _--_ - July 8, 2014 10:45 p.m.

    --its a novel of years of short stories(they were published in a Polish fantasy magazine each month) --the first short story in the novel is called "The Witcher" --its around 5 pages(maybe a few more) --this short story is about the monster "The Striga" --haha --trust me --i would never ask you to 'check out' --a 150 page novel --haha B-D
  • BladedFalcon - July 9, 2014 1:51 p.m.

    Welp, I'm over 12 pages in, 4 chapters, and I'm not sure if I've overstepped what specifically you wanted me to read, but I've now downloaded the entire books and plan to read them on my cellphone now XD And I noticed the link you had was for a 3 hour long movie made of the first game... I plan to view it all too. Consider me fully hooked:P
  • _--_ - July 9, 2014 2:30 p.m.

    @Bladed --the short stories should be titled(in the novel) --the first one is "The Witcher" --the second is "The Voice of Reason 2" --the third is "A Grain of Truth" --and so on --all the short stories are 'tied together' --but can also be read separately --but yeah --cool! --glad you like --im REALLY hooked on this universe now also(i dont have much time to play witcher2~like maybe an hr or so a day~so it leaves me DYING to play it each day~im just getting 'going'~thats the hardest time in a game to 'stop' on command) --the witcher 3 is gonna be PRETTY KEWL DEWD
  • BladedFalcon - July 9, 2014 4:14 p.m.

    Yeah, I'm still in the middle of the first short story, during the whole Striga confrontation, but I am already loving the material. It's excellently paced, smart, and very damn interesting, it certainly has me really excited to see what the games have to offer (even if I have to experience them trough movie-like videos.)
  • _--_ - July 9, 2014 5:47 p.m.

    --what i found so interesting about the older story(in that novel) --was that it was EXACTLY like the game --the weapons~potions~universe --its all the 'same thing' --its SUCH a classic(imo) --the whole franchise(that is) --are you 'planning' on getting a ps4 anytime soon? --we are working on getting our 2nd one(for destiny or evolve-or BOTH haha~depending on quality) --we got 70$ saved up towards it(im selling crap on ebay) --i might even sell some of my older nintendo collection --i hate to sell some of it(i ALWAYS regret it-i sold some nice GC controllers a few years ago~and now nintendo has brought em back ha) --but --my nintendo collection is starting to 'stack up'

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