to be honest i have never tried to do dlc so not sure. i would guess that you could buy the dlc since i dont think it cares if you bought the game or not. they have dlc discs as well so you can put that in your queue and get it.
i have it, works great. most of the new releases you have to wait a little for, but there are plenty of other games to pick up in the meantime. it has a queue like netflix, so right now for example i have 30+ games in the queue. so getting a new …
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Originally posted by SHOE788 check proxy settings
can't believe all the "computer geniuses" above me missed the simplest answer.
probably because most people dont use proxy servers for home computers....
Originally posted by Khalathwyr Easily Asheron's Call. In large part because that original development team update the game each month with new content and updated lore. They launched the game in 1999 and have only missed 3-4 months I believe as far…
lotro sort of has that with the extra skill points you get for "killing x number of y" or "find all the locations". what you are describing is kind of like the fable games, which would be interesting in an mmo
Originally posted by Lork
Who the hell cares?
Pro gamers and coaches, what a joke.
exactly...anyone that thinks they are a (insert air quotes here) "professional gamer "should be punched in the nose...hard.
AC is a great game, showing it's age but definitely one of my all time favorites. The problem now is everyone is trying to beat WoW, which means auto levelling skills and button mashing. Turbine even went that way with AC2, DDO and LOTRO.