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A romantic two-man affair as Richard and Corey chat about Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, pulling away from social media, and bad television.

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Li-Ion
Li-Ion
5 years ago

I liked DXHR quite a lot, but was a bit disappointed with the overall story. Looks like MD will put that disappointment on a whole new level? At the moment I simply don’t have enough time to play, but I’m planning to give MD a spin when the holiday season is coming up. And I still haven’t played the Witcher 3 either. I’m so far behind…

Tim Spaeth
Tim Spaeth (@tim-spaeth)
5 years ago

This was a great conversation. Nice work Richard and Corey.

For the life of me, I can’t remember the original context of The Tim Spaeth Rule (killing is more fun than not killing). I remember saying it though, which makes this very frustrating for me. Certainly I’ve enjoyed stealth games, MGSV most recently. Maybe it was one of the Fallouts? Dunno. Maybe a superfan can come up with it. Do we have superfans?

Corey: 20+ completions of Human Revoloosh? That’s like a 20 hour game, isn’t it? Think of all the World of Warcraft you could have been playing instead.

Tim Spaeth
Tim Spaeth (@tim-spaeth)
5 years ago
Reply to  Richard Naik

That sounds right….

tom
tom
5 years ago

Thanks guys. I’ll take a mini-sode, then nothing at all. I tried playing mankind divided on PS4 but so many things in it made me, delay, playing the game. I’ll play it on PC in about a year or so. Or later. The early combat similarity of how familiar it was too human Revolution put me off a bit. Splinter cell blacklist combat quality, this game is not. Improved from HR but I’ll give it a chance to grow on me later The audio engineering mix overall was really poor. Gun sounds, environmental sounds and ambience, enemy voices etc, were… Read more »