In the modern age, it’s the most efficient way to meet orcs, for
friendship subjugation or murder.
There are five days left to order one of the limited posters up for sale in our store. These are timed exclusives, meaning they’ll be up for sale until Friday, or until their edition size sells out, whichever happens first.
The Breakfast Club, reimagined as an RPG adventuring party! Available in an homage to the classic movie poster, and also a smaller edition size Movie Quote variant. Get some new art for your game room! All posters will be hand signed and numbered by me.
I just wish the COMPLETE game wasn’t 100 bucks. Or I’d be hurting for thralls with everyone else. As it stands, I’m gonna have to wait for the next sale to be able to square my conscience with buying the game.
Yeah, I’m diving into my backlog of previous steam sales. There’s no incentive for me to buy anything but the ultimate edition, and it’ll probably be on sale by the time I’m aware of it being out. Weirdly, I’ll probably do more with the latest AssCred. I gave up on that series after Black Flag. I realized they were never going to bring about any kind of a plot payoff. Like, FFS, you’ve got a world that can actually have an arbitrarily high number of artifacts and engines of destruction leftover from times of yore… just have it end with… Read more »
At least it isn’t Pyromaniac Elves against the Dwarven Kingdom again…
You didn’t call it Mordr?
I tried it both ways. In the end I felt that Tinder might be more immediately familiar than Grindr.
Additionally, your brain fills in the “er” sound with an r after a d. But Mordor is an “or”, so Mordr ends up pronounced like “Morder.” XD
Yes, but using the same word as the thing you are parodying doesn’t get the same comedic reaction as a slight deviation. So Mordr might have worked better
I’m surprised that he even gets reception all the way out there. Maybe the forces of darkness permitted AT&T to install a cell site on Barad-dûr?
Nah, those towers you claim have built in cell towers. Used to work for a cellphone company… that’s not even close to being a weird place to hide one. I wouldn’t be surprised if the eye of sauron doubled as a hotspot.
I can just see Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli all realizing at once that they can’t put their fall-of-Mordor selfies up on Twitter because Frodo and Sam inadvertently destroyed the only cell tower in range.
Oh it totally is a hotspot, but Sauron has Comcast, so its never working
Ugh… That game looks so good, but with (from what I’ve heard) microtransactions, gambling, and an invasion mechanic it’s shaping up to be all my least favorite features all mashed up into one.
It’s kind of funny. I’ve never seen a game that is so highly rated also be so universally despised. This is the power of microtransactions and loot crates. I’m gonna say something that is going to be a bit controversial. Folks, we vote with our dollars. But with a full-priced game that includes microtransactions and is almost pay-to-win, it’s not enough to say “I just won’t spend a dollar over $60.” Because then Monolith Productions still makes a profit off of those microtransactions (just a smaller amount) and they sell exactly as many copies of the game as they would… Read more »
If nothing else, just wait till the game’s development is complete and buy the GotY edition for full price with all DLC included. That requires having patience but it isn’t like this game has a strong multiplayer component or a story line where spoilers would completely ruin the experience. The game play will be same now as it will a year from now and then you can decide if you want to pay $60 for the complete game.
Oh, I’m not buying the game any time soon. I’m saving money for odyssey, hat in time, factorio, and stellaris.
You know, that would actually be a better way to get orcs than the loot boxes. Insert footage of salesman orc rubbing his hands together in greed here.
And apparently they did indeed turn the end of the game into a massive grind for those who choose not to pay.
A strange game. The only winning move is not to pay.
+10 points for Wargames reference.
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