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    Sentura got a reaction from ┌HP┘ in Totalbiscuit, the cinical Brit is dying   
    Here's the TED talk.
    EDIT: Googled for the website for these kinds of foods: http://www.eattobeat.org/food
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    Sentura got a reaction from ┌HP┘ in E3 2017   
    I think it's a good thing people are being positive, but sometimes it just seems like that video - that people are being positive even when they might not believe it
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    Sentura reacted to ┌HP┘ in E3 2017   
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    Sentura reacted to FMPONE in Cyberpunk 2077   
    CDPR does not negotiate with terrorists 😎
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    Sentura reacted to BJA in Prey   
    Not exactly Prey related but a really nice 3 part video of Arkane Studios.
    https://www.gamespot.com/articles/failure-to-fame-the-story-of-arkane-studios/1100-6450540/?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_feed%3BohUOkms6SveySRa2e5bQDA%3D%3D
     
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    Sentura reacted to ┌HP┘ in Prey   
    Hey guys, I have an extra copy of Prey PC I ordered by mistake. PM me if you're interested and I can send you the key, as long as you actually play the game ofc.
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    Sentura got a reaction from blackdog in Far Cry 5   
    Really looking forward to this, been waiting for a game set in the american heartland. Really love that setting, hoping this will be a deliverance!
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    Sentura reacted to Beck in Far Cry 5   
    Not seen a thread for this yet and they've just released the announcement trailer:
    Looks like an interesting setting. 
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    Sentura reacted to El Moroes in What music have you listened to recently?   
    Yup, I'm currently working with SoaD
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    Sentura reacted to Jetsetlemming in Prey   
    Currently playing through this on hard, about four hours in. All the "???" enemies are bullet (/glue/wrench whack/stun gun zap) sponges so far, unless I get a good toss of an explosive can at them, but it definitely keeps me on my toes when even the common mimicks can sometimes kick my ass. Also pretty interested in the story and its mystery so far.  I tried exploring the outside of the station during the Zero G bit, as part of the second story quest, and got the shit kicked out of me by not one, not two, but three different weird aliens I'd never seen anything remotely like. Space is scary.
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    Sentura reacted to Pampers in Destiny 2   
    Link to actual gameplay, doesn't seem like a game for me personally
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    Sentura got a reaction from ┌HP┘ in Prey   
    I picked up this game yesterday and it's sick. It's everything I wanted from a AAA production. Love the architecture, love the themes, loved the intro. It's really what I was hoping Dishonored 2 would be I guess.
    I personally really like how combat is structured. Even on normal enemies are hard to kill, so you have to find ways around to kill them. I usually sneak up on them from behind with a shotgun and unload in stealth for the bonus damage, but sometimes even that isn't enough. I've also used turret setups to bait enemies to attack me only to get destroyed by the turret. It's more of a puzzle than going straight into it guns blazing, which is much much better than any other shooter game where combat is one dimensional.
    I'm not too sure about the enemies running from you at low health, but at the same time it does add another layer of tension while you try and figure where they went so you can finish them off.
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    Sentura got a reaction from FMPONE in Blade Runner 2049   
    goddamn I am hype for this. Trailer was pretty dope, dunno if they took inspiration from Deus Ex but I definitely felt a vibe coming on as well. Anyway this is gonna be awesome I'm sure
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    Sentura reacted to Sjonsson in What's going on with your life?   
    So I have to tell you guys something. Roughly two weeks ago we got the message that we were accepted to the first game company incubator here in Malmö (Sweden). Today we spent our first day in the office and we got our first studio-for-hire contract signed as well. Our contract is with the Swedish Aircraft Agency for which we will be modelling airports for their flight control tower simulator and while it's not exactly games it's very different from the consulting work we've done earlier, because this contract means that we can work on it as a studio and not split up our entire team on different projects. I also dropped down to 70% with my teaching job so I can finally work day-time with our own stuff and I'll most probably drop down even more before the end of this year.

    This is it, almost three years later and I now see us as a serious indie studio, we got a project that's coming out the door this year (Spellsworn) and are starting the pre-production for the next one this summer, we got an office and well.. I'm just so happy and grateful to be where I am!

    Walking on clouds right now but I'm so scared there'll be a hole somewhere! Gotta keep my cool.

    Here's me in our office! (To be pimped)


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    Sentura got a reaction from Jetsetlemming in Nintendo Switch   
    This is exactly what I feel is missing from many modern games. Thinking and being able to formulate a plan, then actually attempting the plan and dealing with the consequences.
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    Sentura got a reaction from KoKo5oVaR in Who's the next French president?   
    come back to britain?
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    Sentura reacted to ┌HP┘ in Who's the next French president?   
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    Sentura got a reaction from AlexM in Hollow Knight   
    Surprised nobody posted about this yet...
    It's like metroidvania + a little bit of dark souls + bugs... lots of bugs. As in, real insect bugs, not game bugs.
    I played through it, gotta say it's pretty enjoyable. Story is pretty good. The only thing bad was that there were a few times where I felt like my inputs were being eaten, but that disappeared after v sync was turned off. Otherwise pretty excellent.
     
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    Sentura reacted to dux in What's going on with your life?   
    This has been going around in circles for ages now and is starting to feel like Groundhog Day. I think it's time to go see a professional.
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    Sentura reacted to Minos in What's going on with your life?   
    Well she's clearly confused too otherwise she wouldn't let go of you. If you two keep getting drawn to each other it won't help to shut it off, one day the feelings will inevitably erupt and maybe not in a good way. Could it be that you are overthinking the situation, reading too much into it, trying to control it too much? If there's one trait that women appreciate in men is confidence, and judging from your last posts you might be coming across as the complete opposite: clingy, insecure and unstable. Being confident is not something that you just decide to do overnight, it's a change of attitude that emerges out of knowing yourself well, after doing a lot of "soul searching", internal work that brings unconscious patterns to awareness. it takes a lot of time! Also pay attention to what frequency you set your mind. If you are constantly angry and anxious, that's the kind of situation that you will attract.
    Who the fuck am I to give advice to anyone, and I even joked about not following anyone's advices, but if I was in your place I'd take the long game in this situation. Resume your life, keep healthy habits, READ a shit ton, look for any information that might shed light into this situation and the most important thing you can learn is to love yourself first. You are never going to have a happy relationship if your happiness depends on others. The Buddah said that the root of all suffering is attachment. This is my opinion of course, but everything happens the way they had to. If this is happening to you now, take it as an opportunity to get stronger, evolve and get rid of the traits that don't serve you anymore! In a few years you will look back at this time in your life and realize how much you grew from all these experiences, and even if you are not together with this girl, you will feel thankful for all the positive changes she caused in you.
    Here's a good place with tons of really good information, you just have to search a bit: https://www.psychologytoday.com/
    Here's something that might help you understand some of her behaviors, and yours too: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/compassion-matters/201307/how-your-attachment-style-impacts-your-relationship
    If nothing else helps, psychotherapy could help!
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    Sentura got a reaction from Jetsetlemming in What's your favourit environmental hazards in video games?   
    Hah, I was gonna say the anomalies from Stalker.
    But really, the best environment hazard in that game (and possibly ever) is the Zone Blowouts. Global event that kills everything not in some sort of solid cover/building. The entire game world starts panicking (even NPCs!) to scramble for cover. It gives you enough time to react and find a place to hide, and sometimes add the challenge of having to fight someone for it. It's even balancable by level design by creating less or more shelter locations. It's pretty much a given that every time it happens you'll be faced with a new unique challenge because of where you are in the world. Oh and it's beautiful to watch:
     
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    Sentura reacted to El Moroes in What's your favourit environmental hazards in video games?   
    This was so impressive and beautiful ! 
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    Sentura got a reaction from Zarsky in What's your favourit environmental hazards in video games?   
    Hah, I was gonna say the anomalies from Stalker.
    But really, the best environment hazard in that game (and possibly ever) is the Zone Blowouts. Global event that kills everything not in some sort of solid cover/building. The entire game world starts panicking (even NPCs!) to scramble for cover. It gives you enough time to react and find a place to hide, and sometimes add the challenge of having to fight someone for it. It's even balancable by level design by creating less or more shelter locations. It's pretty much a given that every time it happens you'll be faced with a new unique challenge because of where you are in the world. Oh and it's beautiful to watch:
     
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    Sentura got a reaction from Klems in What's your favourit environmental hazards in video games?   
    Hah, I was gonna say the anomalies from Stalker.
    But really, the best environment hazard in that game (and possibly ever) is the Zone Blowouts. Global event that kills everything not in some sort of solid cover/building. The entire game world starts panicking (even NPCs!) to scramble for cover. It gives you enough time to react and find a place to hide, and sometimes add the challenge of having to fight someone for it. It's even balancable by level design by creating less or more shelter locations. It's pretty much a given that every time it happens you'll be faced with a new unique challenge because of where you are in the world. Oh and it's beautiful to watch:
     
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    Sentura got a reaction from Pampers in What's your favourit environmental hazards in video games?   
    Hah, I was gonna say the anomalies from Stalker.
    But really, the best environment hazard in that game (and possibly ever) is the Zone Blowouts. Global event that kills everything not in some sort of solid cover/building. The entire game world starts panicking (even NPCs!) to scramble for cover. It gives you enough time to react and find a place to hide, and sometimes add the challenge of having to fight someone for it. It's even balancable by level design by creating less or more shelter locations. It's pretty much a given that every time it happens you'll be faced with a new unique challenge because of where you are in the world. Oh and it's beautiful to watch:
     
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