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Re: Bloodborne
« Reply #15 on: 11:25 PM - 03/25/15 »
spent 20000 blood echoes on ludwigs sword and am leveling it up... great weapon so far :D
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Re: Bloodborne
« Reply #16 on: 11:55 PM - 03/25/15 »
Id take the frustration of avin no idea in a computer game rather than dealing with why my newborn wont stop crying XD

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Re: Bloodborne
« Reply #17 on: 12:47 AM - 03/28/15 »
slightly off topic, my daughter "20 weeks" has been very much the same, basically non stop crying, but with a bad nappy rash. We've recently been to see a specialist paediatrician. It turns out she has lactose intolerance.

Which is frustrating, as our first born was breast fed, and so obviously we wanted our daughter to be the same, but now she is on lactose free powdered milk. And she is bright, happy, and thriving.

With our first born, he had a bit of colic so giving him infacol before each feed helped that. Baby's are worrisome, but when they cry a lot early on they're definitely trying to tell you something.

Congrats Gurnaldo on your new arrival. If the crying is quite frequent I would suggest making mental notes of when it's happening, see if there is a pattern.

Back on topic, I was going to buy this but then I seen some new DLC is coming to Dragon Age: inquisition so I'll try to get through that first since both games are time demanding.
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Re: Bloodborne
« Reply #18 on: 01:35 AM - 03/28/15 »
Cheers fella hes doing ok but it looks more like colic than an intolerance due to when it all happens.  Hes on infacol atm and it helps abit but we still aint getting much sleep XD.

As for the game ive only sneaked in an hour and died 3 times already coz im a n00000b XD.

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Re: Bloodborne
« Reply #19 on: 02:53 AM - 03/28/15 »
Infacol is good stuff, you could also try gripe water, different things work for different babies.
With Infacol our son was 100% back to normal.

I think i'll wait to pick this up on pre owned or something. Not entirely sure i'd enjoy it lol.
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Re: Bloodborne
« Reply #20 on: 11:44 PM - 03/31/15 »
Anyone using K+M for this? If so what ST do you recommend?

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« Reply #21 on: 05:41 AM - 04/01/15 »
No im using the DS4 as i can handle controllers with this style of game.  Its a good game and is a challenge.  Not put too much time in yet but ive seen 2 bosses and died to them both XD

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Re: Bloodborne
« Reply #22 on: 10:13 AM - 04/01/15 »
Anyone using K+M for this? If so what ST do you recommend?

I found assassins creed to work well, though I would argue this type of game is just better with a controller even with a disability like the one I have.

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Re: Bloodborne
« Reply #23 on: 11:44 AM - 04/01/15 »
U enjoyin Kev and how much progress u made?

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Re: Bloodborne
« Reply #24 on: 10:09 AM - 04/02/15 »
U enjoyin Kev and how much progress u made?

Great game, haven't had much time to play. 

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Re: Bloodborne
« Reply #25 on: 09:20 AM - 05/24/15 »
It's $40 on Amazon now. Don't know if that's a sale or permanent price but decided to pick it up anyway even though I don't plan on playing it for a while.
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Re: Bloodborne
« Reply #26 on: 09:32 AM - 05/24/15 »
It's $40 on Amazon now. Don't know if that's a sale or permanent price but decided to pick it up anyway even though I don't plan on playing it for a while.

You won't regret it, this game is an addiction the first hours are the hardest just don't give up :) .

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« Reply #27 on: 07:32 PM - 05/29/15 »
Needed a palette cleanser so I decided to play the game. I have to be honest, the game has a few design issues that really piss me off. Things that I'm surprised don't get much or any mention when this game comes up for discussion. Things that aren't really that bad during average play but culminate during boss battles and make the game infuriating. In fact I haven't beaten either of the first two bosses. I decided to grind my stats a bit and upgrade my weapons but based on the fact that upgrades have such a minuscule impact I doubt it's going to help.
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Re: Bloodborne
« Reply #28 on: 10:12 AM - 06/01/15 »
Needed a palette cleanser so I decided to play the game. I have to be honest, the game has a few design issues that really piss me off. Things that I'm surprised don't get much or any mention when this game comes up for discussion. Things that aren't really that bad during average play but culminate during boss battles and make the game infuriating. In fact I haven't beaten either of the first two bosses. I decided to grind my stats a bit and upgrade my weapons but based on the fact that upgrades have such a minuscule impact I doubt it's going to help.

What are the flaws that you are referring to?

Just beat Father Gascoigne finally yesterday.  Had no trouble with the Cleric Beast, but the Father was a PITA.  I also haven't played the game that much with all the other games and DLC that have come out recently.  I love the Souls games, though, and will make time for Bloodborne more over the coming months.  HAve to clear the docket before the next wave of games and DLC hits.

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Re: Bloodborne
« Reply #29 on: 04:02 PM - 06/03/15 »
Yeah, I take everything back. I was just being a @#$%. After reading Suolo's post I realized that I didn't even know that the right bumper was a light attack button. I had been running around only using heavy attack. Also, the stun+brutal finisher combo helped a lot.

I still say that the Cleric beast and Blood beast battles are BS, though. For me the Father Gascoigne fight was pretty easy. I had no problem getting him to a third health but at first his beast mode would destroy me. However, with the stun+brutal attack thing he didn't even scratch me in beast mode. Cleric and Blood Beasts I only managed to beat purely thanks to stat grinding, heavy use of blood/antidote vials, and oil urn/molotov chucking.

At this point my biggest complaint is how inaccurately your character throws things at these screen filling hulking Bosses even if they're slowly creeping towards you and not dashing around. Otherwise, this is one of the best games I've played so far.
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