The expression "too big to fail" makes literally zero sense in this context.
I don't know when that was, but I played minecraft hunger games way back in like 09-10 which was almost exactly battle royale
@datriax Instantly jumps to name calling. Doesn't understand how to use basic words. Yeah you're going places.
Uh you can do something intentionally and still have it be a mistake.
Lol, Minecraft says hello
Bingo. A jackass will be a jackass whether it's ignorantly mocking a female or screaming at you to kill yourself irl for not focusing 100% of your healing on him/her. And so on.
Hopefully she's got some good moderators to vaporize those douche bags as soon as they start popping up.
@XtreemGamer your S7 has a 3600 mah battery compared to the 4310 mah battery of the switch. Nice try though.
So help me god if I'm not playing this game before the end of this year...
Thanks for the tips. I was one of the lucky few that it already ran really well for but after applying these suggestions it now runs like a dream. Flawless. Thanks again.
@DarkOcelet it's because right in his comment he says except 3 of course.
As much as I desired (against the odds of course) a smooth launch before, I now desire it even greater. You must post a video if this happens.
I feel the term "new gen" is more appropriate considering it's not really "next" anymore, it's now.
The full version is $60 but comes with everything that has been released up until this point. The $40 is for people that already own it.
Maybe he thinks only people who buy ttk will get the patch? Haha
I have never been DDoS'd to my knowledge but the rest are very true. I have little to no hope for the lag though, it's plagued every bungie game since halo 2.
Geometry wars and Rocket League are both huge for me. Two spectacular games. Also I've wanted to try out Styx so I'm actually happier with this month than I have been with the free games in a long time.
Looks pretty good but I'm less excited than I once was because Ark is really scratching my dinosaur itch wonderfully.
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