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    Re: Warhammer 40k Inquisitor: Martyr

    Quote Originally Posted by Mach View Post
    I looked it up yesterday too, in part based on jmotivators post about it. I like the lore, I like the concept, but I too saw it was diablo-clone and decided to hold. That trash mob grind is just so...unfulfilling.

    More along those lines, I like open ended, faux-realistic survival type...fps probably ideal. Like Stalker or 7 days (with better everything). So few games like that though.

    I'm stunned at how varied PC fantasy/sci-fi gamers are. Maybe that's a testament to how many game types there are out there. I have multiple friends who we've all loved similar books and movies and such throughout the years, but we end up liking our own specific niche of games, and don't enjoy dabbling much into each others niche unless its multiplayer (for the group fun of it).
    Yeah, I do love the loot grind games. Though this isn't really like the other loot grind games because there is no one must have item for the must have build, you can reroll almost all stats on all gear with enough resources, so it really isn't very hard to tinker and experiment with kits and skill builds.

    But yeah, playing the game is pretty much just killing a million mobs single handedly.
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    Re: Warhammer 40k Inquisitor: Martyr

    Quote Originally Posted by Obscurity View Post
    It's still exceedingly pricey. I do comission jobs and buy/sell second hand to afford the hobby. Having kids makes it tough. SotHR was so ridiculously difficult.
    RIGHT!? Good Lord that game was hard. You had fewer troops and the Skaven troops were stronger... made for a hard mix.

    At one point I edited the config file in frustration to give the fire mage infinite mana and just dropped endless fireballs on the Skaven troops... it was... cathartic.
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    Re: Warhammer 40k Inquisitor: Martyr

    Quote Originally Posted by jmotivator View Post
    RIGHT!? Good Lord that game was hard. You had fewer troops and the Skaven troops were stronger... made for a hard mix.

    At one point I edited the config file in frustration to give the fire mage infinite mana and just dropped endless fireballs on the Skaven troops... it was... cathartic.
    Bahahaha and the stupid rat ogres were so overpowered. I liked the celestial mage. Used to use that spell that created a wind wall. The skaven couldn't move through it, so the big guns would just decimate them all.
    #BDS

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