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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel #2

[ Nov 22, 2014, 10:19 am ]
"Set between Borderlands and Borderlands 2, four all-new character classes fight alongside Handsome Jack, witnessing his transformation into the ruthless tyrant people loved to hate in Borderlands 2, .. Show More

"Set between Borderlands and Borderlands 2, four all-new character classes fight alongside Handsome Jack, witnessing his transformation into the ruthless tyrant people loved to hate in Borderlands 2, and assist with the rise of the Hyperion Corporation. The signature shoot n loot gameplay of the Borderlands series expands with the addition of low-gravity and oxygen-powered jetpack combat, the icy Cryo elemental damage type, the deadly laser weapon class, and new vehicles to help explore the diverse lunar landscape of Elpis, Pandora's moon."


 


Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel features four starting classes; Athena the Gladiator, Wilhelm the Enforcer, Nisha the Lawbringer, and Claptrap the Fragtrap.


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*****Post your character(s) and your levels along with your platform so people can collaborate playing together.*****


 


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SpankyTheElf: Athena (50)


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So, I beat the final boss in TVHM as Athena after many attempts.  I had to go out and level up to 49.  I used the shock Torrent to take down shields, a Hyperion shotgun and Skullmasher sniper (that I got from killing Nel a second time) to do tons of damage, and the Fridgia to kill the Guardians for Second Winds (since regular killing them is glitchy but freezing them and making them fall counts).  It took two or three deaths to get it after I leveled to 49.  I have tons of points in melee (Bleeding) and the Aspis (healing, longer duration, etc.)  I focused on killing the Guardians then used the Torrent's burst to quickly take down the shields.  A full clip each from the Hyperion shotgun and the Skullmasher was enough to take down his health.  He went down pretty easy once I got the rhythm down.


 


I think I'm going to start Wilhelm.  His bots seem pretty useful as long as they're not as stupid as Bloodwing in BL1.

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How to deal with a depressing thanksgiving.

[ Nov 24, 2014, 10:19 pm ]
Well this is my first year without my mom on thanksgiving. She always made the food and such. My dad wants everyone there but knowing him and cooking itll probably just be kfc or something, but that d.. Show More

Well this is my first year without my mom on thanksgiving. She always made the food and such.


My dad wants everyone there but knowing him and cooking itll probably just be kfc or something, but that doesnt matter.


It'll probably be really depressing because my dads still no where near over it.


how can i deal with it?

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Electric Football! (Who remembers this old toy?)

[ Nov 24, 2014, 10:19 am ]
Seeing the Bud Light commercial with Jimmy Johnson and electric football had me reminiscing about my own time "trying" to play with this toy.  Anyone else old enough to remember this travesty?&nb.. Show More

Seeing the Bud Light commercial with Jimmy Johnson and electric football had me reminiscing about my own time "trying" to play with this toy.  Anyone else old enough to remember this travesty?  :lol:


 


Basically, it is a metal sheet hooked up to a vibration device that shakes the metal "field" causing the plastic players to move about.  On the bottom of each player were 4 sets of plastic "tags" (little plastic pieces that stuck down and touched the metal field) that a person could move a little bit forward or backward and "supposedly" direct the players when the metal sheet vibrated.  I never could do much with those other than get my little guys running in circles :smile:


 


There was even a quarterback player that you could place the little felt football into his cocked arm and manually throw the football.  Usually, every play ended up being a big mass of plastic players wherever they ran into each other.  Some may fall down, one may break away from the pack, but it was just so funny watching them vibrate around the field.


 


Despite my seemingly sarcastic and disparaging comments, it was a great toy that provided hours of fun (mostly laughter) cheaply :smile:


 


Anyone have any good stories about this toy?  Did anyone actually witness a score?

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THANKSGIVING DAY

[ Nov 24, 2014, 10:19 pm ]
Ok everyone where are you going and what are you having?   I'll start off ~   Usually I head up a few hours north to have dinner with my side of the family. This year I won't be so it will b.. Show More

Ok everyone where are you going and what are you having?


 


I'll start off ~


 


Usually I head up a few hours north to have dinner with my side of the family. This year I won't be so it will be at home and the wife and I will get to cook.


 


I won't get into a huge list of what I'm having but I'll list personal favorites.


 


Pumpkin pie


Pecan pie


Rolls from local bakery THE BEST!!!


Green bean casserol.


Wifes home made gravy.

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Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is coming to consoles...

[ Nov 25, 2014, 10:19 am ]
On Dec. 3rd, the game "Chivalry: Medieval Warfare" is coming to the Xbox 360 and PS3 finally, after over two years of the PC version being out...   So... Any thoughts on this? Anyone thinking abo.. Show More

On Dec. 3rd, the game "Chivalry: Medieval Warfare" is coming to the Xbox 360 and PS3 finally, after over two years of the PC version being out...


 


So... Any thoughts on this? Anyone thinking about getting the console version? Etc. Anybody surprise that the game is coming out for 360 and PS3, not PS4 and XONE?

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Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition (Start)

[ Nov 21, 2014, 10:19 pm ]
I have been having fun (and frustration) with this game the past few days.  Has anyone else played this game?   It reminds of old time games (not being that new, itself).  It is very fr.. Show More

I have been having fun (and frustration) with this game the past few days.  Has anyone else played this game?


 


It reminds of old time games (not being that new, itself).  It is very frustrating, being heavily based on die rolls.  I have watched some YouTube videos about how to play and actual gameplay.  The Gameplay ones usually have quite a bit of expletives in them :smile:


 


I tried some singular matches and maybe got through one complete one.  The rest I rage quit after terrible die roll after terrible die roll.  This was before I watched videos.  Determined to do better, I watched the videos and came back to try a campaign, choosing the Human Team (a fairly vanilla team).  I think I was in the 4th or 5th tournament when I finally deleted the save and figured I'd start another.  Most of the time, I lost, even to 2 Halfling teams (arguably the worst teams) and had one 3-0 win against the Elves!


 


This is a very bloody Amercian Football/Rugby (kind of) based game.  I have had matches where I no longer had 11 players on the field :smile:  I had to release one of my players because he had a broken neck!  Another one has s smashed ankle, yet still plays for me :smile:  I think 2 or 3 of my own players have actually died on the field.


 


I watched cKnoor's great videos, but his "win 2-1" and "box" strategies I just can not seem to implement with any success.


 


Anyway, how about a thread for tips, strategies, and comments?  (I certainly could use them!)

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How To Merge Two Python Programs

[ Nov 23, 2014, 10:19 pm ]
I have a Scribbler robot that I would like to perform the following particular task. When placed in a rectangular arena of 5*3 sheets of paper, it must find the one yellow sheet and then stop next to .. Show More

I have a Scribbler robot that I would like to perform the following particular task. When placed in a rectangular arena of 5*3 sheets of paper, it must find the one yellow sheet and then stop next to it and beep. There are 9 white sheets, 3 blue, 3 green and 1 yellow. I have two different programs I have written below but I'm not sure how to properly merge them together. The first program is designed to detect yellow and the second program is designed to keep the robot moving around an arena without hitting any walls and turning around once it gets close enough. I know both work independently but I want to merge them such that it will avoid detecting walls and once it sees the yellow sheet of paper it will stop in front and the program will end. Any ideas? Thanks in advanced! Here is my code for the detect yellow program:


def TreasureHunt(): #This program detects yellow


Wall=takePicture()

for pixel in getPixels(Wall):

r,g,b = getRGB(pixel)

if (r>=200 and g>=200): #my criteria for yellow. if yellow turn white

setRGB(pixel, (255,255,255))

else: #if not yellow turn black

setRGB(pixel, (0,0,0))


show(Wall)


Here is the avoid obstacle program:


def goout():


while getObstacle(1) <= 6399: #starts moving with 6400 IR detection

motors(1,1)

getObstacle(1) #checks for obstacle if none found, continues moving and checking

else: #if obstacle is found

stop()

while getObstacle(1) >=6399: #Scans again if osbstacle detected

motors (-1,1) #Rotates robot to scan

getObstacle(1) #Scans

while getObstacle(1) >=6399: #Scans again if obstacle detected

motors (1,-1) #Rotates robot to scan other direction

getObstacle(1) #Scans

else:

motors(1,1) #Continues back straight again

goout() #Restarts entire function 

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Age and creativity

[ Nov 24, 2014, 10:19 am ]
Starting a thread and I'm not even drunk this time.  Was recently doing some reading on this.    I've noticed a good number of my favourite albums were written by musicians who were aro.. Show More

Starting a thread and I'm not even drunk this time. :ohmy: Was recently doing some reading on this. 


 


I've noticed a good number of my favourite albums were written by musicians who were around 20-25.. but then again there's great classical musicians that write amazing things up until their death. 


 


What do you guys think?

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Who do you respect in "Video Game Journalism"?

[ Nov 25, 2014, 10:19 am ]
It seems to me like video game journalism (for lack of a better term) has really started to go down hill lately.  I used to be a big fan of places like Gamespot, Joystiq, IGN, Kotaku, etc., but l.. Show More

It seems to me like video game journalism (for lack of a better term) has really started to go down hill lately.  I used to be a big fan of places like Gamespot, Joystiq, IGN, Kotaku, etc., but lately I am more disgusted with the news outlets and most articles on the major sites seem to be just click-bait.  Kotaku posted a "glitch-fest" video of Assassin's Creed Unity two weeks ago and they just posted another one today.  I get that some people are having issues with the game but to have two videos dedicated to how bad the game is?  Is that really necessary?  I have played through the entire Unity story and did not have more than two or three very minor glitches.  Also, any time a news story about Unity is posted on Kotaku, they attach that famous image of the no-face NPCs glitch which, as it turns out, was an extremely rare issue on PC only and it came up when people did not apply the day-one patch.  But if you follow Kotaku you would think it is a wide-spread issue that everyone is having.  


 


I was also listening to a Joystiq podcast about 2 months ago (shortly after Destiny was released) and for 30+ minutes they bashed Destiny and spewed out complaint after complaint after complaint and had absolutely nothing positive to say about it.  I'm not saying that everyone should talk glowingly about all the games that come out (especially if they genuinely do not like them), but it feels like negativity will get the most buzz and clicks so instead of offering honest opinions they just throw out whatever will get the most people to their respective sites.  I still enjoy IGN videos for news and what not (I like the personalities at IGN, like Greg Miller, Colin Moriarty, and Naomi Kyle) but I generally don't trust their reviews.  


 


With all of that ranting out of the way, what places or people do you all turn to for honest reviews?  How do you make a decision on what games to buy and what games to pass on?  Is there a site anywhere on this crazy internet that will just offer news without any bias?


 


Also, don't even get me started on YouTube comments, those are full of such vitriol I am surprised the internet hasn't melted into a pool of hate.

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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies - Discussion

[ Nov 27, 2014, 10:19 am ]
This thread is for discussion of the upcoming and final entry in the Hobbit movie trilogy.   I'm really excited. The last trailer looked good.   And I just got my tickets for the December 10.. Show More

This thread is for discussion of the upcoming and final entry in the Hobbit movie trilogy.


 


I'm really excited. The last trailer looked good.


 


And I just got my tickets for the December 10th premiere.

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