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  1. Reading this made me think about Knightmare and how it would work now. Obviously technology has improved leaps and bounds so they could make it look loads better. But that made me think, wasn’t the format kind of dictated because of that limitation? Like, to get the contestant into the scenes, they had to greenscreen them in and there was no way be able to show them the digitally built sets properly. The solution to that was to have them blindfolded and guided by a team that could see it. While that did actually work for the game format - having a team guide the blind player - I wonder now if
  2. This is pretty common in the comics as well - Lois being the thing that influences him massively in some way. In Injustice, his path to becoming a global dictator and murderer (extending the murder to good guys that don’t agree with him) is the Joker tricking him into killing Lois and him going “fuck it” and deciding that if people aren’t going to behave he’s going to make them. I would like to see a version of the Injustice story on screen but as they do it in the comics where Superman goes down that path rather than how they hinted here Though to do it properly I think yo
  3. The more I think about the cyborg stuff, the more I think it’s really poorly done. I get why Fisher was upset - the film he signed on for and did a load of work for was changed massively- but the stuff that’s stuff that’s been added seems to be being praised by virtue of it being more than what was present and because they’re happy for the people involved. Which I kind of get, and if you wanted to see more Cyborg it’s better I guess? But for me, the stuff with his dad his really ham fisted, and at times doesn’t make that much sense. I think there’s potential for interesting stor
  4. Just finished it and.....it’s alright. Good in places, does some stuff better, does some worse. Not sure if I would say it’s better overal than the Wheldon version. Probably? There’s not much in it though, and I think it could be tightened up a lot. First, the non spoilery stuff. Steppenwolf is so much better in this. I’m not convinced by the shiny armour but they’ve spent more time making his face more expressive and more importantly he looks more convincing, like an actual being in the world rather than a lump of cgi. He still looks like that sometimes, but less than bef
  5. I’m kind of shocked that I’m enjoying this as much as I am. It was probably the least interesting of the Disney+ shows on announcement and the promos made it more of a curiousity than a must see. A large part of that is the cast, who are absolutely nailing it. Olsen and Bettany in particular are spectacularly good at times, and Hahn has been incredible. The first couple of episodes were a bit slow (but still enjoyable) but from episode 3 on, it’s the breeziest 25 mins of tv in ages. regarding the the aerospace engineer About the reveal of the last episode and my r
  6. Were you doing side quests or dungeons? I didnt do that many, mainly focused on the campaign and hit 60 a few days ago with 3 of the campaign chapters left in Revendreth. There's quite a bit of talk about threads of fate being much slower than doing the campaign for alts, which is a shame. Someone even worked out the average exp they were earning for both methods, and the campaign was over twice as efficient. Some people have suggested that the most efficient alt levelling system is to grind out dungeons in a premade group, but Preach - who bear in mind is a high end guild mythi
  7. Currently 55 - like Bastion, Maldraxxus is ok, I'm liking the setting of it more than I thought though the questing has been meh at best. Its also got a pretty boring (as a hunter) covenant power. I suspect whoever said they were capped by Ardenweald had war mode on - I havent and from what I've heard doing a reasonable amount of additional stuff to the campaign caps you just before the end of Revendreth, which seems to be what I'm on track for.
  8. At one of the stores by me (not the one I worked at though) they sacked someone because they would swipe their own reward card for every other person that didnt have one. The big brainiac didnt think they'd notice because he "was careful not to do every transaction that didnt have one". Another guy would just randomly search a bunch of people so he had a list where he'd add points to a random persons. Another person used to just do them "free" and knock the money off under the student discount reason and hoped no one noticed. Them were the days....
  9. Those Lucasarts games take me back to the days of going round my mates after school to play stuff like those and the Monkey Island games and getting utterly stuck and being shafted because there wasnt the internet to bail you out then (shakes walking stick and shouts at youngsters to get off his lawn). We'd spend hours without making any/much real progress and resort to just using as many items as we could on things to see if something happened. It says something about the charm of the games that we didnt stop playing, we'd just carry on. I just need someone to remaster It Came F
  10. Yeah new expansion - Madness of the Darkmoon Faire - features the old gods heavily, which isnt actually inconsistent with in game lore, as there have been a load of theories that the Darkmoon Faire has the old gods presence behind it. All 4 old gods return. C'thun now has a start of game effect which shuffles 4 spells into your deck, when you draw and cast all 4 you get C'thun, who is a 6/6, battlecry of deal 30 damage spread amongst enemy characters. Yog Saron has the same stats and mana, but if you've cast 10 spells before playing you "spin the wheel of yogg" which has
  11. Deciding what to main in Shadowlands. Finally pushed and got all the classes to 120 before the squish. Oddly, the last class I did (Priest) was the one that I held off on because i hated shadow (voidform for levelling just felt rubbish and outside of voidform wasnt any fun), but it may be one of the ones I pick now because I'm really enjoying it. All the little changes to the rotation, coupled with it just feeling like you're not gimped when you're not in voidform makes it much smoother and more enjoyable. Traditionally I level my hunter first. Its the character I first maxed,
  12. flyings at 30, it unlocks for all the expansions except BFA currently, believe that changes on the release of shadowlands. each profession for each expansion is like it’s own seperarate sub section now and you can make items that you use when crafting to determine the level of the item. So you can go through Wrath and make level appropriate gear just in wrath content without needing to go and learn stuff from a separate one. You then learn the current levels at around level 45 onwards which work as normal, ish.
  13. If you go to Stormwind you'll find Chromie (or Org for the Horde) and she'll give you the quest. You'll see her marked on the Map as an hourglass. I like the changes to levelling mostly. I leveled a Dark Iron Dwarf recently and while it wasnt super slow, it still felt a bit weird that I'd have to go to zones where the story had moved way past, so themeatically the idea that Chromie is presenting it to you as experiencing the past makes sense, and being able to just play through 1 period is great for alts. And agree about the last 2 zones in Mists. I think its because
  14. To be honest, the fact that its more structured now does mean you lose a little of that sense of wonder and that feeling of exploration. But at the same time, there are still some zones that have a real sense of scale and adventure in them. I think Mists may be the best expansion for this. Jade Forest is a wonderfully pretty starting zone, and pretty vast with lots to see. Then you move into the Valley of the 4 winds which is one of my favourite zones. Its hard to explain how, but its just a nice place to spend time in. Then you move up to Kun Lai Summit, which has a massive mountain ran
  15. Theres a portal to all the main expansion areas in Stormwind/Org so its generally pretty easy to get there, then for Cata areas you have a portal to each seperate zone in its own bit. If you're doing classic, its a bit easier than you probably remember as there are tonnes more flight zones in areas than there used to be, but some areas still take a bit of travel to get to for the first time. I think when they re-did the zones in cata they had an idea of a flow people would take so a few bits follow on by giving you a ride over long distances - like if you do the Eastern Plaguelands story, it
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