mine werent that bad so i was able to stop before going through all the refills
They've been bleeding on and off since I was 10. They officially reached beyond my stomach like a couple of years ago or something and I had to have a couple of tumors removed last year. I've gone through several refills - the doctors had it on automatic refill just to try to keep things in check for the cheapest.
Before Destiny came out I very strongly considered buying a ps4 to get it. Changed my mind before it even came out and decided to upgrade my pc instead, that pc was a shitty one I got from best buy that had a shitty Amd A8-5500 apu, no gpu, and only 6gb of ram. I got a 750ti for it, 4gb more ram, and replaced the shitty fire-hazard power supply the pc came with
good choice you dont want to get a ps4 just for destiny that would be a long day of disappointment
now if you got it for bloodblorne then youd be happy
Meh. not really into most western rpgs such as bloodborne, fallout, elder scrolls, etc. I do like Bioware's rpgs. Mass Effect Andromeda is a game I'm majorly looking forward to. if that were to be console only then I'd consider getting a PS4
bloodborne is japanese
thought it was a western game. although it follows more of the western style of rpgs
nah its totally japanese. the text and layout, music, and even the character design is very japanese much like the dark souls games.
and of course the difficulty
The difficulty is another reason why I wouldn't want to play games like Bloodborne or the dark souls games. I hate games made for you to die a lot and rage. I prefer ones I can sit back more and enjoy the experience. If a game has difficulty choices I go with the lower options since I want a fair challenge but still able to sit back and enjoy it, that's how I like my games, enjoyable. I do play some games on max setting though, like Civ 5
thats understandable. the big thing with dark souls-like games is that the difficulty doesnt spell absolute failture. you cant choose the "wrong difficulty" and end up doing poorly and realizng you made a mistake cause the game has one difficulty which is very hard, but because its not entirely linear you have the opportunity to balance your character and inherent skills to meet with the difficulty. the whole game is a learning experience where eventually you realize youve grown far past what you were when you first started. the games dont have that deep of a story, but the story is more based in reality and how you as a person react to the game and what you choose, be it inherent stats, weapons, or armor to play the game. but yea because the game doesnt have a deep story you probably wouldnt get into it too much.
I'm kind of curious how Democratic voters feel about the Democratic Party's current system of delegate assignment, given that Bernie Sanders won a decisive victory over Hillary Clinton, yet Hillary Clinton actually won more delegates from New Hampshire than Bernie Sanders did. That seems awfully corrupt to me.
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