You know I'm actually disappointed that only about half the level names are alliterative. It's like they half-hearted that as much as they did the rest of the game.
Here let me finish that for you:
Gruesome Graveyard, erm.. with trains.
I'll be honest, "Still playing Witcher 3" means he's probably going to rate it higher than 1 & 2. Neither of which he played for very long as, in his words they "Bored [him] to tears".
Still, I expect a good hard spanking from him when it comes up for review.
*sits and waits patiently in...
So, essentially, it's a he said, she said situation.
Though, it is interesting to see the various camps here duke it out insisting their respective favorite company is being 100% ethical and it's all an evil scheme by the other one.
*continues to eat popcorn and laugh manically*
I really need to get around to playing this one. Gal Civ 2 is literally my favorite game ever, so I really want to know whether this one carries the torch well.
I got the founder edition, so I've had access to it for months, but after trying it in alpha I decided I wanted to wait until it...
Right now, wife and I are watching Arrow, and slowly catching up with Once Upon A Time (it's got some shaky writing in Season 1 that is bugging me).
Prior to that we binge watched the first 5 seasons of Supernatural, but lost interest after that. Season 5 finale was such a perfect way to end...
Kind of sad to hear "Dark" will have perma death this time. I like the challenge of Dark on Witcher 2, but don't like the idea of perma death in a 100+ hour game. That just seems silly. I hope there is another difficulty that has the same challenge, but allows you to die.