I miss Battlefield 3. Spent a lot of time playing it. I would call it realistic in an arcade-y way. Most of the weapons platforms had some sort of realism to them, although the 2-hit kill system on the tanks was kinda silly.
Except my Civic is old enough that it doesn't have Bluetooth. OH Well. AC doesn't work on it either, so in warm weather like we're experiencing, it's windows down, which makes it hard to listen to music anyway.
Well, Witcher III went on sale from $55 to $11.19 on Steam, so I picked it up. Need to pick up a new video card before I play it, but that won't be until the fall anyway. That's okay, I don't play video games during the summer....it's a winter activity for me!
Anybody know what something like an R9 270/7850 is worth? I've got a co-worker with a HD7850 sitting in a computer that he hasn't touched in 5 years or more. I'm thinking of buying it and throwing it in my rig, it'll be better than the Intel HD4000 I'm currently running, and should at least...
Hmmm, I wonder what my GTX1080 would go for... I paid $350 for it just before XMAS.
It being summer, I'm not gaming much at all any more, and probably won't until the fall. But then I'll have to replace it come fall so I can game through the winter, and well, that could be hard.
Mine sees both work and play.
I don't really use it as a Daily Driver, though. Costs way too much in gas, and I'm terrified of getting parking lot door dings in it. I've owned for 2.5 years and it's still in perfect shape. I have a cheap little 2008 Civic beater that I use for my daily...
Found this the other day while browsing for a Tundra for my BIL. I consider that truck to be pretty much perfect spec. Love It. I'd consider switching from my Tundra, but A) I couldn't live with the smaller...
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