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  1. Arianna

    Steam sales

    Oh please, I have 1482 hours logged on DOTA 2. That is 2.5 times the amount of time you have spent on Europa Universalis IV. :P One could make the argument that you have spent countless hours on other such games, but... I have World of Warcraft. I have played 4176 hours of World of Warcraft on one of my characters. No, I meant that I've been playing EU4 with some success for 500 hours and some concepts still border on the side of wtf for me. I'll have to play a Mesoamerican nation or Ming one day...or a Japanese vassal, let alone one of the hordes. All of these have different game mechanics...it'll be fun :D
  2. Arianna

    Steam sales

    Civilization V falls into the cathegory of games that are summed up like this: "Hah, I played 500 hours. Now I know the basics and I have beaten the tutorial." Damn you, Dota 2. B[] please
  3. Happy birthday, colonial rabble-rousers. :P

  4. Arianna

    Steam sales

    And you will know His name is the LORD, when He lays his vengeance upon thee (half-cit.)
  5. Arianna

    Football

    Your name does not satisfy the requirement for Icelandic naming. You shall be packaged in an aptly-designed cannery and sent back (also, technically speaking, that name would be your son's) (yes I'm fun at parties) Speaking of which: holy flippin' shizzle
  6. Arianna

    Steam sales

    I'd love to be a fly on the wall near those who process crash reports...
  7. Arianna

    Football

    HERE LIES The English football team Buried under a deluge of Brexit jokes No flowers nor geysers, please Also, two-nil to Spain (REMOVE PAELLA) and it's off to a clash with Germany EDIT: OMG ANOTHER BALL IN MIDAIR IS THIS SOME SORT OF CODE WHAT
  8. Arianna

    Steam sales

    No I am not having fun with the Fallout DLCs what are you talking about (not bought on steam, ofc) (heck yeah morale)
    1. Fatalysm

      Fatalysm

      Io farò il vino cacca in Italia e servire ai miei nemici

    2. Fatalysm

      Fatalysm

      I apologize for translating via google. :P

    3. Arianna

      Arianna

      That might just be better Italian than what 50% of the population speaks :P

       

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  9. Arianna

    Steam sales

    Euro Truck Simulator, despite what the name could convey, is actually rather fun (and if you use mapmods, heaven help you). This mapmod includes Finland up to Rovaniemi, for instance, and goes as far south as Donostìa/San Sebastian in Spain and Bologna in Italy. It's...strangely relaxing, yet addictive as hell. Must...bring...one...more...cargo...
  10. Arianna

    Steam sales

    Sometimes the feeling is worth more than the actual area...take the first Just Cause, it was ***immense***, but that meant it was a bit of a chore to travel through it. The second was a bit less massive, but still a bit of a chore...yet absolutely addictive :D Also I bought the high power cargo pack for ETS2, because hell, why not, at least I'll have the complete game (except the whole decorative DLCs, screw them), now to install ProMods and park the truck at full revs under your house... :P EDIT: hrmph, the map stops in Bergen. *miffed*
  11. Arianna

    Steam sales

    ENLARGE YOUR WINDOWS PARTITION WITH THIS SIMPLE TRICK Also, oh, bloody hell, ETS2 Scandinavia for six euros and Gat Out of Hell for four. And EU4: the Cossacks for 7, but that's still a bit too high. :( Yuan and/or reepi: is The Stanley Parable worth it? (I see you both in the "dudes who have this game" box) *cough* I have not played it, but the recommendations I got for it was absolutely jawdropping. It is a small game, but an awesome game nonetheless, from what I can tell. The only reason why I have not played it yet is because I just have not had much time for Single Player games these last few years, but rather massive MMOs. >.< Judging from the new format of steam sales, I doubt you will get any major discounts for a while. Removing daily and flash deals and sticking with a flat price seem to have made publishers set the discounts lower than the old sale format did. ...which is a bit disappointing. :/ Eh, Cossacks will drop, but the other games are rather well-priced. Now to hide a 15 euro purchase by yours truly's better half...does anyone know if Steam can anonymise purchases like pr0n sites do? :P How is it 15? 6+4+7, or did I miss out on something? :P No, no, didn't buy Cossacks. 2,39€ The Stanley Parable 5,39€ Euro Truck Simulator 2 - Scandinavia 2,99€ Survivalist 3,74€ Saints Row: Gat out of Hell Released 74% total discount, not bad Also, ETS2 developers sassy as hell
  12. Arianna

    Steam sales

    ENLARGE YOUR WINDOWS PARTITION WITH THIS SIMPLE TRICK Also, oh, bloody hell, ETS2 Scandinavia for six euros and Gat Out of Hell for four. And EU4: the Cossacks for 7, but that's still a bit too high. :( Yuan and/or reepi: is The Stanley Parable worth it? (I see you both in the "dudes who have this game" box) *cough* I have not played it, but the recommendations I got for it was absolutely jawdropping. It is a small game, but an awesome game nonetheless, from what I can tell. The only reason why I have not played it yet is because I just have not had much time for Single Player games these last few years, but rather massive MMOs. >.< Judging from the new format of steam sales, I doubt you will get any major discounts for a while. Removing daily and flash deals and sticking with a flat price seem to have made publishers set the discounts lower than the old sale format did. ...which is a bit disappointing. :/ Eh, Cossacks will drop, but the other games are rather well-priced. Now to hide a 15 euro purchase by yours truly's better half...does anyone know if Steam can anonymise purchases like pr0n sites do? :P
  13. Arianna

    Steam sales

    ENLARGE YOUR WINDOWS PARTITION WITH THIS SIMPLE TRICK Also, oh, bloody hell, ETS2 Scandinavia for six euros and Gat Out of Hell for four. And EU4: the Cossacks for 7, but that's still a bit too high. :( Yuan and/or reepi: is The Stanley Parable worth it? (I see you both in the "dudes who have this game" box)
  14. Arianna

    Steam sales

    I'm going to be as Zen as hell and exercise the maximum restraint on buyi---oooooh SHINY (no, seriously, I have more than enough games at this point, especially given that I've found Fallout 4 season pass at a discounted price already and both it and EU4 are HUGE tracts of land time sinks...)
  15. Arianna

    PC Gaming Club

    you completely miss the point if you sell something make sure it works if you sell an official mac version and it sucks you suck too not different from the pc port disaster of the latest arkham game if the money back system would have existed back then on steam I would have used it Despite being a lowly Mac user, he does have a point :P Turn based strategy is king All hail turn based games
  16. Arianna

    Football

    OMG A BALL IN MIDAIR WHERE DID IT COME FROM WHY IS THERE A BALL WHERE AM I
  17. Arianna

    PC Gaming Club

    Hehehehehehe. Also, you can get cheap expansions if you look around; I got Common Sense for about 5 Euro in lieu of 19...not to mention that Steam sales loom large upon us.
  18. Arianna

    PC Gaming Club

    Perhaps, if you have the income to sustain such a strategy (colonies cost exponentially more if you have more colonies than colonists, found it the hard way when seizing colonies from Spain and Portugal at the same time, and found myself with a bottom line of -110 ducats per month WHAT Once I've established beachheads in varied places (centres of trade, river estuaries, hell yeah trading income), I tend to colonise one cluster at a time so that one 3-infantry unit will cover more than one colony in case natives go berserk, along with 3 boats to take them wherever I want to colonise :D Iirc, one of the latest expansions deals with native uprisings, in a tradeoff between faster colonisation and calmer natives. I don't have it. :P
  19. Arianna

    PC Gaming Club

    It's a People's House, you capitalist pig The complex on the right is two floors made entirely of bedrooms; the one on the left has the bar on the ground floor, a lounge on the second, empty space for now on the third, a lounge room and a pseudochapel on the fourth. Ah, there's also yours truly's hovel (out of view) and a basketball court with a few guns lying around, because hell yeah (postnuclear) murica
  20. REMOVE KEBAB FROM PREMISES http://i.imgur.com/nKfp936.jpg

    1. Micael Fatia

      Micael Fatia

      Also nice fleet, Jesus. I don't think I've ever played as GB.

    2. Arianna

      Arianna

      Yeah, Great Britain with the oodles of money coming in from trade can just spam grand shipyards (I had a profit of about 90 ducats/month *during* the war) and just rocket over everyone's fleet.

       

      Also, I totally forcevassalised France and have a PU with Burgundy. I also have my family (Lancaster lol) on the throne in Portugal, Lithuania, Russia, Rwanda (loooool), so there's bound to be a PU here and there come 1821...

    3. Yuanrang

      Yuanrang

      Oh god, I did not even notice his fleet numbers. o_O

       

      I love playing Great Britain because they end up having two things happening:

       

      1: An insane early game because everrrrrryone will want you eliminated.

      2: You literally have the income and shipbuilding powers to take over the entire world, and dammit, when I wage war, I want the world.

      3: When you take the "grand" step to land on the European mainland, you know you will unleash hell in a conflict agains...

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  21. Arianna

    Thanks, Wikipedia

    "Camels are just ignorant horses"
  22. Arianna

    Football

    GodDAMNIT, Atletico
  23. Arianna

    PC Gaming Club

    Preston Garvey. I sent him to Tenpines Bluff so that I can see him only when I want to :P fite me bruh Also, Cricket is the best vendor ever CODSWORTH WHAT
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