GWJ Conference Call Episode 531

Shadow Tactics: Blades of The Shogun, Steep, Arizona Sunshine, Mad Max, Battlefront X-Wing VR, Holoball, Multiplayer Invading The Single Player Space, Your Emails and More!

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This week Shawn, Julian, Cory and Amanda talk multiplayer invading our single player games.

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Music credits: 

Like Swimming - Broke for Free - http://brokeforfree.com/ - 36:16

One And - Broke for Free - http://brokeforfree.com/ - 48:32

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00:01:46 Shadow Tactics: Blades of The Shogun
00:07:18 Playstation VR
00:09:35 Battlefront Rogue One: X-Wing VR Mission
00:13:30 Fiasco (improv role-playing)
00:22:33 Arizona Sunshine (VR)
00:24:28 Mad Max
00:31:24 Steep
00:36:16 Multiplayer Invading The Single Player Space
00:48:32 Your Emails

When you say cross-legged in a desk chair do you mean one leg over the other, or criss-crossed legs both up in the chair?

I have been working on stopping the one leg over the other habit, mostly at work. I do occasionally also do the both legs crossed up in the chair thing (at home).

When you say cross-legged in a desk chair do you mean one leg over the other, or criss-crossed legs both up in the chair?

Criss-cross applesauce all the way. Damn my old bones.

So how does one play diablo 3 correctly?

Certis wrote:
When you say cross-legged in a desk chair do you mean one leg over the other, or criss-crossed legs both up in the chair?

Criss-cross applesauce all the way. Damn my old bones.

Confirmed.

For those curious about the Fiasco game, the original thread I started about it is here, and you'll find links to resources we used as well as the game I created, which I "think" you can copy if you have an account? I'm not entirely sure, but if there was a way to do that let me know and I'll gladly share it.

Badass cool guy name!

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HELL YEAH. LOOK AT THAT BLOODY PAW PRINT. STONE COLD SPACE KILLER.

One of my posts got mentioned on the podcast! That's awesome!

marcelp wrote:

So how does one play diablo 3 correctly?

I would like to know this as well.

Boudreaux wrote:
marcelp wrote:

So how does one play diablo 3 correctly?

I would like to know this as well.

+1

Going to post in the diablo 3 forum here about this "correctly" thing...

LeapingGnome wrote:
Boudreaux wrote:
marcelp wrote:

So how does one play diablo 3 correctly?

I would like to know this as well.

+1

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I like to be alone in a crowd in real life, and I like the same thing in my games. I'm happy to play an MMO solo and see other people going about their business and the format of Steep sounds very much in my wheelhouse. Having my experience interrupted like Shaun's story in Watch Dogs 2 sounds like the sort of thing that will make me walk away from a game if it happens to me more than a couple of times and if the penalty for just ignoring it is too egregious.

As for the email about the longest I've done something gaming related, it's probably also listening to the conference call. Since around 2006 or so I believe, but even that isn't uninterrupted. I've missed months at a time when my life style just didn't support podcasts.

Hrdina wrote:

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That's definitely the way I prefer to play Diablo 3.

"You can do some two-finger stuff"

HI Everyone,
I've only used the online streaming feature once on Steam, and did not think anything of it, but after listening to this podcast, the least I could have done was to send a private message asking if it was ok for me to observe the single-player game play. Thanks for the topic of discussion, and I promise I'll ring the doorbell before I barge into an unlocked front door.