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Muz

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  1. Funny you say that, i did think my mods didn't seem to be proccing and i was getting one shot by practically everything but i didn't think it could be the game. Bit of a shame as I've loved it and wanted to get into the grind of expeditions but today has really put me off. I think the game is well worth paying good money for but the mess of the whole launch would certainly mean i would have returned it by now had i bought it
  2. Servers seem to be down again. I tried a bit of matchmaking earlier and it was a lag fest
  3. Are the expeditions/lucky drops the only other way to get legendaries? Also, I've finished the campaign on world tier 12,any reason i should level it to 15 (and if so how?) or should i just focus on expeditions?
  4. It's funny because i think I'm enjoying it even more because it's very linear, generic and old school. I don't have to worry about checking every path etc, just enjoy the shooting, check out my new gear and move on to the next arena. These days it takes 10 hours just to be able to access a games main systems. This is pretty much great from the off imo
  5. Is world tier progression linked to anything in particular? I'm at the same boss as your but only on tier 6 and I've done a fair few (not all but most) side missions
  6. Servers seem fine (albeit slow) now. Had a fun couple of hours with a mate
  7. Yeah me too, having spent about 20 mins trying to get in. I thought the benefit of this is that it isn't a live game yet i can't bloody play it due to server issues. The 5 mins i got of the mission I'm on were amazing though
  8. Are the servers down for anyone? I can't start the game... Keeps failing at authentication
  9. I am getting absolutely owned by the first boss. Might knock it down a level then
  10. Local multiplayer. In a similar vein to mourning the loss of arcades, as much as i love the ease of online gaming, at 40 years old i still tell my wife every year that all i want for my birthday is a weekend away in a cottage and a few mates with consoles and TV's. I know you can still do local multi on many games but the fact that you don't have to has meant a bit of the magic has been lost imo. My best recent gaming memory was the release of borderlands 3. A mate came round, we had the house to ourselves for the weekend. A couple of TV's squeezed into the front room and the
  11. I set myself a little challenge of a20 heart completions on each character. Players like Jorbs went up in my estimation even more - I felt like a total noob again! I took a few days to get through all the characters but personally I found Silent by far the most difficult to complete it on. Even the successful run felt more lucky (in terms of decent relics) than well constructed. Anyone else feel this (I'm on switch so silent hasn't had the patched buffs yet). Having done a fair few runs with characters back to back, whilst I think all characters are unique and fun to play, I'd probably go
  12. Are there any videos or literature on how they designed the game? I often wonder whether they think of cool synergies and work backwards to create cards and relics or if the cards and relics come first as their starting point.
  13. I've done it - the key was Nilry's Codex as it meant having more card choices even though the deck itself was 5 cards. I didn't bother with a heart run thugh when trying to get this achievement I got a fair few heart kills with my infinite decks (all ironclad).
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