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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from Jetsetlemming in No Man's Sky   
    The classic over hyping with fake gameplay trailers, because of the editor or because of the marketing team stupidity, more like shooting you in the foot if you want your studio to last, a bit better if you want to get the money of one single project and run
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from Vorontsov in No Man's Sky   
    The classic over hyping with fake gameplay trailers, because of the editor or because of the marketing team stupidity, more like shooting you in the foot if you want your studio to last, a bit better if you want to get the money of one single project and run
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from blackdog in No Man's Sky   
    I remember losing the immersion and being very disappointed when i realised most of the loots in skyrim were randomized and will adapt to the level of your character. On the contrary, the procedural generation of the levels of FTL or Nuclear Throne for example don't get me out of the game. Dwarf fortress is also a great example. I do think procedural generation can be an added value, if its mechanic stays hidden or well dressed and you don't get "oh, another random event again" moments
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from ┌HP┘ in What have you watched recently?   
    Watched Elem Klimov  Come and see. That is maybe the most frightening horror movie i've ever seen, if you would class it in that category. Actually i'm left with a nauseous feeling, and i will probably let some time pass before watching it a second time, although it was totally incredible.
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from Thurnip in Day of Infamy   
    Looks really cool, and i know that's not the philosophy of insurgency, but one day i really wish to see a really realistic multiplayer shooter. Something more slowpaced with less accurate weapons, longer fire exchange, relying more on positioning and team tactics than on mouse coordination skill (kind of like brothers in arms). The weapons in this are awfully too precise, not in terms of weapon range and precision, but more because of the aiming capability of the player, and by that i mean you can shoulder your rifle in 0.5 second after a 200 meters sprint in rubbles to nail the head of the machine gunner deployed 70 meters in front of you. That is still too videogamey to be simulation, not saying that's it a bad thing though, the game is still really cool :D.
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    KoKo5oVaR reacted to Squad in Day of Infamy   
    Don't we all? 
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from Seldoon182 in Prey   
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from El_Exodus in Day of Infamy   
    Didn't knew the game, but you pretty much nailed it, thanks
     
    PS : it's amazing
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    KoKo5oVaR reacted to El_Exodus in Day of Infamy   
    I bet you'd like Squad.
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from leplubodeslapin in What's going on with your life?   
    Who is buying a wooden shelf 1500 euros ? There must be customers i'm certain, but it really boggles my mind, you have no idea. Last time i needed one, i found some old solid wood planks in the street, restored them and built myself one, not the prettiest one, although it has sentimental value now. Guess that must say something about my social class or something :D. Anyhow, good luck to you Ravage, wish this works ! 
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from RaVaGe in What's going on with your life?   
    I was thinking about it Ravage, but maybe that's not in terms of rich/poor you should think but in terms of tenants / landlords. I think that's why ikea and its cheap furniture works so well, there are a lot more people moving from place to place nowadays as tenants, mostly for work, they still need furniture, but they can't move the oak norman wardrobe everywhere if like me you changed place 5 times in 7 years.
    So what i did when i was living in england, is buying cheap ikea furniture like chairs and table, got an old couch someone gave me, built some shelves, and when i had to move, i left all the furniture on the street with a "free furniture, take what you need" sign.
    So if you invest in an unique 2050 euros table, that's for it to stay, maybe instead of reasoning in terms of rich or poor, you could think of people who stay and people who move. Because there are also not so rich landlords who plan to stay for years, and maybe would be buying an unique furniture if the price is not prohibitive.
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from RivFader in Dark Souls 3   
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    KoKo5oVaR reacted to Minos in My Summer Car   
    Day 1 purchase! It's like UnReal world meets Euro Truck.
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    KoKo5oVaR reacted to Steppenwolf in My Summer Car   
    Best game ever coming to steam, hopefully.
    http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=651939391
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from Sentura in Going to the gym is like a korean MMORPG   
    1 week and a half in, and my arms went from toothpicks to inflated sausages wtf
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from Fnugz in Dark Souls 3   
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from Bastion in Dark Souls 3   
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from D3ads in Brutal Doom   
    A music mod adaptable for brutal doom, the guy remade all the soundtracks :
    http://www.moddb.com/mods/brutal-doom/addons/idkfa-doom-soundtrack
     

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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from SotaPoika in Brutal Doom   
    A music mod adaptable for brutal doom, the guy remade all the soundtracks :
    http://www.moddb.com/mods/brutal-doom/addons/idkfa-doom-soundtrack
     

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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from TheOnlyDoubleF in Going to the gym is like a korean MMORPG   
    Alright, thanks a lot guys ! I definetely need to get me a bench with a long bar, that should be around 250 euros for everything though :s
    Got myself 2 dumbbells so far, with 4*5kgs so that make two 12 kg dumbbells. But i will need to get lighter weights. So far before going too serious and buying a bench, i think that would be cool if I stay with the 2 dumbbells and a traction bar, at least to get me in shape. So i made myself a simple newb program for the week :
     
    day 1 : tractions with a heavy backpack  4*5r (biceps and back) 1min rep
                curl with the two 12 kgs dumbbells  4*8r (biceps) 1min rep
                squat with the two 12kgs dumbbells 4*15r (quadriceps) 1min rep
                crunches legs on a chair with 5kg on the chest 4*20 (abdos) 30s rep
                cruches touching the opposite knee with the elbow 3*20 ( obliques) 30s rep
    day 2 : lateral elevation with 5kg in each arm 4*8 (shoulders) 1min rep
                benchpress with the two 12kgs dumbbells 4*12 (pectorals) 1min rep
                Lifting a 12kgs dumbbell behind the back with two arms 4*8 (triceps) 1min rep
                Dips between two chairs  4*12 (triceps) 1 min rep
                Pushups feet on a chair 3*15 (pectorals and triceps) 1min rep
     
    And then repeat that and leaving the weekend to rest.
    What do you guys think ? Does that sounds balanced enough for a start ?
     
     
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from Vorontsov in Going to the gym is like a korean MMORPG   
    Alright, thanks a lot guys ! I definetely need to get me a bench with a long bar, that should be around 250 euros for everything though :s
    Got myself 2 dumbbells so far, with 4*5kgs so that make two 12 kg dumbbells. But i will need to get lighter weights. So far before going too serious and buying a bench, i think that would be cool if I stay with the 2 dumbbells and a traction bar, at least to get me in shape. So i made myself a simple newb program for the week :
     
    day 1 : tractions with a heavy backpack  4*5r (biceps and back) 1min rep
                curl with the two 12 kgs dumbbells  4*8r (biceps) 1min rep
                squat with the two 12kgs dumbbells 4*15r (quadriceps) 1min rep
                crunches legs on a chair with 5kg on the chest 4*20 (abdos) 30s rep
                cruches touching the opposite knee with the elbow 3*20 ( obliques) 30s rep
    day 2 : lateral elevation with 5kg in each arm 4*8 (shoulders) 1min rep
                benchpress with the two 12kgs dumbbells 4*12 (pectorals) 1min rep
                Lifting a 12kgs dumbbell behind the back with two arms 4*8 (triceps) 1min rep
                Dips between two chairs  4*12 (triceps) 1 min rep
                Pushups feet on a chair 3*15 (pectorals and triceps) 1min rep
     
    And then repeat that and leaving the weekend to rest.
    What do you guys think ? Does that sounds balanced enough for a start ?
     
     
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    KoKo5oVaR got a reaction from TheOnlyDoubleF in Going to the gym is like a korean MMORPG   
    Hitting 30 and "strangely" i'm thinking about working out. I've been doing excercices at home like pushups, tractions and the like for several months now. So far it worked well, especially when i step up gradually the charge with more difficult positions or a heavy backpack. But i was thinking to use some equipement to be able to do more isolation work since i'm tall, thin with long arms. The thing is, I'm not too fond of the idea to go to the gym, it's expensive and a bit far from where i live, plus i like the idea to chill, put my own music and take my time at home.  
    Is there any of you guys doing this at home ? What would you advise me to invest in for the basics of something more serious than just exercices with bodyweight ?
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    KoKo5oVaR reacted to Vorontsov in Going to the gym is like a korean MMORPG   
    @KoKo5oVaR If you have space at home I would really recommend investing in equipment that would allow you to do Benchpress, Squat & Deadlift at minimum, since these are the three that matter the most. Along with that get a couple of dumbbells and some bodyweight equipment if that's what you call it (like a pull-up bar or for dips) and you should be set for life .
    With this you can pretty much do any exercise imaginable, I don't know how costly it can get though, that's all up to your intuition.
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    KoKo5oVaR reacted to dux in Going to the gym is like a korean MMORPG   
    I workout at home. 
    Get you some of these second hand off ebay or somewhere.

     
    And one of these and you're set.

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