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I'd play that mike
Dark souls is great. Really old school in the way that you have to figure out what you are doing. I reccomend not looking up info online as it kills some of the specialness. though that guy that eats items makes me happy.
Yeah I'm running a PS3, also never got rid of the PS2. I've got the first Xenosaga, and another, don't recall which. I'll check out Dark Souls and ME2 sometime. My friend raves about Dragon Age 2, but is that more action-rpg'ish? I gotta get Skyrim and see what all the buzz is about. Also I'm wondering if games like the Elder Scrolls are better on a PC or PS3...
MikeMoose- I'd do some beta testing if I can learn how to download it and stuff (I'm kind of a PC/Windows newbie)
farming hint in Dark Souls. The guy that eats items gives you 100 souls per most items he eats some of these items can be bought for 10 souls you can carry 99 of this item. Just saying farming isn't as dangerous as you'd think once you have access the tooth monster (that's what I call him).
did that too. Now in the painting damn it's tough there. But fun.
Thank's folks! It's just that I'd only heard about Steam maybe 3/4 months ago and just kinda wondered if I need a "Steam for dummys" or if there's not that much to learn. Didn't know if it's some kind of big "game changer/life changer" or just more of a basic service or hub or what not. So far I've only got a couple of PC games, PoPersia, Elder Scrolls Oblivion Game of the year ed. So I'm very much a newbie here.
Another question, has anybody ever bought a PC game controller that (apparently) just wasn't compatible with one's games? In my case a logitech. Now I wonder if I should go for the Xbox 360-PC controller.