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    Just grabbed The Following version for like $12


    About to play the main campaign, how's the DLC content for this game?


    Headphones a must?

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    Didn't get the DLC but yeah this definitely a game you want to play with headphones on.

    Try to play with other people too, it gets fun at night lol

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    Never played the dlc, but the base game of the of the best of this generation. Enjoy it my man

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    Quote Originally Posted by CelticBaller View Post
    Didn't get the DLC but yeah this definitely a game you want to play with headphones on.

    Try to play with other people too, it gets fun at night lol
    Quote Originally Posted by fsvr54 View Post
    Never played the dlc, but the base game of the of the best of this generation. Enjoy it my man
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    About 50% through the story campaign after going through the sewers to the new location (zero?)

    Dying Light is definitely a underrated gem and unique first person game, especially for a Zombie game. Loving it so far but kind of skipped to many side quests to progress the compelling story. The side quests I did do almost felt like mini campaigns themselves which was great.

    Super immersive open world, while lots of locations like rooms and vehicles seem like color copies all over it's just dope that you can actually enter so many buildings.

    The platforming for a FPS game is really good and fun, both realistic and far fetch arcady. If you were to blindly tell me to try a parkour zombie game I would have laughed but they really executed it perfectly. The day/night cycle is great, same with the progression system + perks.

    My favorite part overall is the soundtrack though, who ever scored this game needs an award.

    So far only a couple small things hopefully upcoming 2nd one can improve on. Graphically DL1 looks good but it feels like lots of early PS4 games with excessive bloom and motion blur. Neither which you can turn down. I wish games would scrap the chromatic aberrations and film grain, trying too much to make it feel like you're in a movie. The game dips and staggers in frames like early ps4 release too.

    Characters are cool and unique, although the main character voice actor dialogue doesn't rly seem too convincing compared to a lots of the others who are in a state of panic and fear. The lockpicking is just meh, an artificial game extender not really strategic. Inventory UI gets confusing and could use an overhaul too. Other than that it's a really enjoyable single player and grabs you

    Glad I got the Enhanced DLC version, can't wait to try the multiplayer afterwards
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    I always remember when I found the first gun. Every battle was a total struggle before that. Then you start blasting enemies away. Felt great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fsvr54 View Post
    I always remember when I found the first gun. Every battle was a total struggle before that. Then you start blasting enemies away. Felt great.
    then later finding the Katana and getting your grappling hook lvl'ed up all the way made you feel like a web slingin' samurai. such a fun game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fsvr54 View Post
    I always remember when I found the first gun. Every battle was a total struggle before that. Then you start blasting enemies away. Felt great.
    i like using the melee weapons and crossbow, low profile stuff. i've yet to get the grapple

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    I picked Dying Light up not too long ago on pc and have been having a great time. Today, after a few minutes of gameplay, the screen will go black and all sounds will stop and my monitors will have the "No Signal" sign on them. My drivers are updated. I then ran a Steam verification, but that was a bust: I reinstalled the game, also a bust. I couldn't find any relevant posts online so I was hoping I could find help here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by konarktriv7 View Post
    I picked Dying Light up not too long ago on pc and have been having a great time. Today, afterhttps://nox.tips/ https://xender.vip/ https://testmyspeed.onl/ a few minutes of gameplay, the screen will go black and all sounds will stop and my monitors will have the "No Signal" sign on them. My drivers are updated. I then ran a Steam verification, but that was a bust: I reinstalled the game, also a bust. I couldn't find any relevant posts online so I was hoping I could find help here.
    issue gt solved!!

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    some of the npc have hilarious dialogue


    my fav part are the challenges where you have to escort and protect the npc as they sprint around the map into hoards of volatiles


    went on a 48hr adderall fueled bender this wknd and knocked out nearly every available side quest, trial and challenge, with only a couple main chapters left. Well worth every bit of a $50 release price imo


    If they scrap and reface the lockpick gimmick and tedious looting mechanics the upcoming sequel will be even better. It's a survival horror, but it's overwhelming with too much loot imo. Always staring at the ground or popping cabinets for supplies, molotov 25 zombie, time to check ever single corpse.. ugh.. 4hrs into Dying Light and my inventory was cluttered and already maxed, there's just too much that does too little. Cut 75% of the available map loot, scrap the lockpicking firewall gimmick and the upcoming sequel gets substantially better. Supplies need to feel scarce and rare in a zombie apocalypse. Felt like I was playing a Ubisoft looter shooter with the amount of weapon perks upgrades


    8.3/10 smash hit overall imo, endless hours of good content


    cant wait to tap the DLC and Co-Op/PvP after I murk Rais
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    Quote Originally Posted by konarktriv7 View Post
    I picked Dying Light up not too long ago on pc and have been having a great time. Today, after https://www.mywmtotalrewards.info/ https://www.prepaidgiftbalancex.info/ a few minutes of gameplay, the screen will go black and all sounds will stop and my monitors will have the "No Signal" sign on them. My drivers are updated. I then ran a Steam verification, but that was a bust: I reinstalled the game, also a bust. I couldn't find any relevant posts online so I was hoping I could find help here.
    Quote Originally Posted by konarktriv7 View Post
    issue gt solved!!
    good to know that issue got solved :)

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    I really enjoyed the Dead Island games so I figured Dying Light would be a sure fit but I was so far from being right. The combat isn’t bad but it feels like it is more tedious than Dead Island and it also feels like it is abnormally hard. In Dead Island I died plenty of times but I always felt like I had a chance at success but in Dying Light if I am facing more than 2-3 enemies then I just run as I usually end up dying. The tougher enemies are just a chore as well. I pretty much had to engage at a distance with every range weapon I could muster and about 5-7 minutes later I may have won. Once again I just decided to run when I could. Getting access to guns made things easier but I saved those for human enemies. Blade weapons felt far more useless than in Dead Island as they were far less likely to sever limbs. The kick function seems to be weaker than in Dead Island as well with much less of a chance to knock enemies onto the ground. They are now able to be kicked onto spikes though and kicking them into objects made of wood will damage the object and be fun to watch. The parkour aspect of the game is interesting and opens a lot of new options but I felt like the game was clumsy more often than not. It felt like more luck then skill when I would be climbing up a tower and would connect with the pipe I was trying to jump to and grab onto. The lock pick mechanic was well done, it felt very similar to Oblivion but that is a compliment. Graphically the game was a mixed bag. The clothes; faces; water; sun; fire; and rain were all top notch. The hair; beards; clouds; and zombie gore were all sub par. The story seemed interesting enough but my dislike for the game play kept me from seeing it through. One annoying event was every time the game would load the main character would scream “holy sh*t !”. This would happen even if I would load into a safe zone. It was funny the first few times but after 18 hours of several loads it lost it’s charm fast. The game would also bring up a menu to buy DLC every time I would get to the main menu which was tacky and during game play it kept spamming me with messages to join community events which broke any immersion the game had at that point. shareit vidmate vidmate apk The night parts to the game made it almost into a stealth game at that point and I dislike stealth. The volatiles aren’t fun to fight, especially with hordes of normal zombies around. More and more missions were taking place at night which was sapping what little enjoyment I was getting. The humour in the game was good in characters such as Tolga and Fatin and the side quests were mostly enjoyable. There were a good variety of weapons and the crafting process was simple and effective. I thought there was a good use of environmental weapons such as fuel that you could spark with firecrackers.

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    these bot accounts have gotten really clever


    mix n matching keywords throughout google just to spam ads specifically on the video game sub of a dead bball forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by konarktriv7 View Post
    I picked Dying Light up not too long ago on pc and have been having a great time. Today, after https://www.tcswebmail.info/ https://www.dadeschools.one/ https://www.upsers.fyi/ a few minutes of gameplay, the screen will go black and all sounds will stop and my monitors will have the "No Signal" sign on them. My drivers are updated. I then ran a Steam verification, but that was a bust: I reinstalled the game, also a bust. I couldn't find any relevant posts online so I was hoping I could find help here.
    thanks mine issue got solved too, i am glad thanks :)

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