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  1. Midgarosormr

    Destiny II Uses Battle.net!

    It does feel very odd, I agree. Battle.net has always been for Blizzard games, unlike other platforms like Steam. Seeing third-party games... eh.
  2. Midgarosormr

    Destiny II Uses Battle.net!

    Okay, this completely surprised me, given that Battle.net was Blizzard's private baby. Blizzard Entertainment: Community They say they're only adding Destiny II's PC port's multiplayer, but would consider other Activision games in the future. But, having the ecosystem of Destiny II's PC port...
  3. Midgarosormr

    Recommended Graphic Programs

    I'd love to learn 3DS, Maya, and After Effects in depth, but alas, time, cost, and health prevent that. At least for the foreseeable future. It's a shame: I could create some sick art and designs. :(
  4. Midgarosormr

    Recommended Graphic Programs

    Photoshop and Illustrator are pretty much the go-to tools in any design industry, though Alias' and Corel's products can be substituted in most areas. If you work with 3D, however, compositing in After Affects with assets from Maya or 3DSMax, Photoshop is a must.
  5. Midgarosormr

    Recommended Graphic Programs

    Photoshop is not even ten dollars a month now. You can afford a subscription by just doing the bare minimum amount of effort on a GPT site, like Swagbucks. The real costs come from supplementary assets: commercial plugins, computer hardware, and --most importantly-- a graphics tablet...
  6. Midgarosormr

    Operating systems:The low-down

    I think this list is just a little out of date, heh. It's also missing a few, like SteamOS, etcetera (though I think SteamOS is pretty much dead).
  7. Midgarosormr

    Haven't played diablo 3 yet because of bad reviews from old gamers, should i try it?

    Diablo III has become more grounded and has improved immensely over the last few years, but it wasn't enough to save the game. It's said that the upcoming DLC of the Necromancer is actually assets salvaged from one, perhaps two other expansions that were in development (there is concept art of...
  8. Midgarosormr

    What is your favorite free-to-play game?

    I've been playing OpenRA's game library for years now. It basically recreates and enhances the first few Command and Conquer (bar one) games: Tiberian Dawn, Red Alert, and Dune 2000 have already been released, with Tiberian Sun and Red Alert II in active development (I like Red Alert, myself)...