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  1. I actually enjoyed last season, warts and all. I've been looking for a show to fill this void for a while so any Star Trek has been a welcome addition to the rotation. I agree though, I'm enjoying this season much more. I'm worried that they're using Spock as a bit of a crutch, but it's working well enough so far for me.
  2. Well my brain just exploded inside my hea....
  3. Great to hear, we've definitely had our eye on Betrayal Legacy.
  4. I loved Haunting and loved the way they wrapped it up. My wife was soundly in the 'it dragged on a bit at the end' camp though. I really loved how so many little things were sprinkled through the early episodes that came together in the later episodes.
  5. Hi Chris, I played through Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle with some friends about a year ago and really enjoyed it. It sounds like you will be playing with 2 Players. If you do play with four, or each control two characters you may want to watch out for some balancing issues. In general we found that the game is significantly harder the more characters you play with as their decks each ramp up relatively slower than the enemies and most abilities (such as healing) don't apply to everyone where the enemies generally harm everyone. We found the second last year (6?) essentially unbeatable with four and the internet seemed to agree. Anyways, really great game, very cool mechanics and super fun. Just a friendly heads-up for something that could frustrate you guys. There are some tweaks we made so we could clear it with four, if you get to the point where you're curious what we did just let me know. Enjoy! Roy
  6. We're two episodes into Ozark S2 and loving it so far too.
  7. 100%. I think this is a big part of what makes the whole show work. That those in charge (or at least most of them) believe that what they are doing is truly necessary. They go to such great lengths, do such unimaginable things, but the leaps of logic necessary to go from having a crisis and forcing everyone to change their lifestyles to a simpler, more reproductive time are something you can follow, if not understand. It also explains the instability in the country necessary to successfully implement such a plan over time.
  8. Hey guys, I'm a little late with this, but after watching season 2 Handmaid is creeping into the 'one of my favourite shows ever' conversation. It's not for everyone, but if you can handle the disturbing parts the payoff is worth it.
  9. Haha, this should be the terms of service for LCVG.
  10. It's still a 'hard' show to watch much of the time and there is something in season 2 that I could see being deal breaker for some. Like I said, the early part of the season seemed a bit slow but was laying a foundation that is paying off. The show still does a great job of sprinkling in enough hope to keep the show from becoming a perma-downer. It's funny you mention it, I did find myself thinking early on that they were wandering around without a map since they were past the book, but I love where they've been taking things lately. I'll report back once the season is over too. If I were in your shoes I'd possibly wait to hear thoughts on the season was good on the whole. I think there are only three or four episodes left this season.
  11. Is anyone else up to date on this? I thought Season 2 took some time to get rolling, but it has really started clicking for me again the past few episodes. This week's episode was just so good.
  12. Hey guys, A couple of buddies of mine are looking for options for some occasional PC gaming nights. The three of us are all dads with young kids, so don't get to play together all that often, but we're hoping to set something up for every couple of weeks or so. We've tried Diablo 3 and two of us tried Divinity: Original Sin together, but neither have been perfect fits. Diablo 3 The other two guys have played a lot of it so don't just want to plod through the campaign. They want to power-grind seasonal characters. Because of that, my issues with my Diablo 3 experience: - Not an even playing field for the 3 of us (not central to the discussion here I suppose) - Combat isn't very interesting. I mean, everything just melts. - I spend most of my time trying to figure out what gear to keep. (Why the heck is there SO much stuff to wade through?) - My little progress gets wiped every few months and non-seasonal characters don't seem to interest the other guys much since the seasonal gear sets seem to be the whole point... DOS There is a *great* game in here and I'm hoping to play though it myself (along with DOS2 maybe) at some point, but as a multi player game we only played every month or two: - Too much dialogue to combat ratio, and played multiplayer you miss a chunk of the dialogue if you split up in town. Playing infrequently made it tough to maintain momentum. - Given how much time you wait for combat the pace of combat (turn-based) is too slow. If the game was mostly combat this wouldn't be such a big deal. At the end of the day, I guess you could say I'm looking for the following: - Online Co-op that supports 3 players - I wouldn't mind games you play though once, get to the end and move onto something else. I personally would rather a cool 60 hour game than getting on a 1000 hour treadmill. - Pace of combat significantly slower than Diablo 3 (power-grinding) and more interesting, keeping in mind that turn-based isn't likely a good fit for 3 players. BTW, I'm not trying to insult any D3 fans out there. It looks like D3 theory crafting looks awesome, I just found the fights themselves for what we were doing to be so trivial, in part because I never had the prereqs to move up the difficulty. - Low ratio of 'time in town' to fighting. It'd be nice if there's a bit of a story/point to everything but without having to investigate a murder for three hours before I fight something. - Reasonable amount of gear, customization. It's nice to have some interesting gear/talents ect. I just don't want to wade through a mountain of gear every play session. So, any ideas? I'd be open to totally different types of games that are fun with 3. Payday 2 looks interesting. Other games I'm trying to figure out for fit are Magicka, Path of Exile and Dawn of War 2. Thanks in advance, Roy
  13. https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/movies/a20127101/star-wars-ron-howard-arrested-development/ This cracked me up. Anyone know if they've done more of these?
  14. I can't stop thinking about this. It makes way too much sense if you get everyone to trade places for the franchise moving forward and for the past couple of hours I've been convinced that is going to be how it largely ends up. I have no idea how it would go down, but can't you just see the remaining heroes working together to flip the mirror around (or whatever you want to call it) as the only way to kill Thanos, but knowing that they all end up turning into dust? They also get to do it for their dead friends too? You can certainly see Stark being willing to trade his life for Spidey, Rocket for his whole crew, the Original Avengers being "f it, I'm tired anyways". Can't wait to see more of what they have up their sleeves here.
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