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  Taral-DLOS
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So as I posted on the Good Thing Of The Day! thread, I just got an iPad Air, and I'm looking to see if people have any advice for games or apps for iPads.

Currently, the games I'm playing include:
-Fruit Ninja
-The Simpson's Tapped Out
-Jurassic Park Builder
-Pocket Planes
-Pocket Trains
-Tiny Death Star
-République

Anyone else know any good iPad games?
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I just got Knights of the Old Republic for the iPad. It's the full game, nothing cut out. When I got it last month it was $5.
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Darth Skuldren wrote:
I wish they'd make a new Soul Reaver game. That was a fun game back in the day.


There are some issues with the Legacy of the Kain licence or something. I can't really remember.


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I beat ME3 again only to be disappointed by the ending. It totally sucked. This being my second time beating it, now I remember why I didn't like the game as much. It's pretty solid up until the end.

Then I discovered the Extended Cut DLC. So I downloaded it and beat the game for a third time (just loaded a save near the end). The extended ending is MUCH better. Lot more closure. I highly recommend it for anyone who hasn't tried it.
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Darth Skuldren wrote:
I beat ME3 again only to be disappointed by the ending. It totally sucked. This being my second time beating it, now I remember why I didn't like the game as much. It's pretty solid up until the end.

Then I discovered the Extended Cut DLC. So I downloaded it and beat the game for a third time (just loaded a save near the end). The extended ending is MUCH better. Lot more closure. I highly recommend it for anyone who hasn't tried it.


I only ever did the Extended Cut. I was just disappointed by the final choice I took (all were open to me, and they all seemed weird, so I chose none. Consequences: bad).

Can you tell me what you picked? And what the outcome was?
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Prior to the DLC, I tried destruction, control and merge. After the DLC, I just went with destruction because it's the only one where Shepard survives. Plus I read a comment someone made about how the end choice is a last trick by the Reapers to get Shepard to chose anything but destruction since they don't want to die.

How do you chose none?
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Darth Skuldren wrote:
Prior to the DLC, I tried destruction, control and merge. After the DLC, I just went with destruction because it's the only one where Shepard survives. Plus I read a comment someone made about how the end choice is a last trick by the Reapers to get Shepard to chose anything but destruction since they don't want to die.

How do you chose none?


By "none", I meant the final choice, to neither destroy, control, nor merge. To reject all the choices given by the Catalyst and keep fighting. And losing. But the Extended Cut reveals that the archive Liara made included instructions on how to build the Crucible, what the Catalyst is, what to do, etc. and the next cycle beats the Reapers.
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I accidentally did that the first time, and I did it by shooting at the kid. I couldn't remember how you pick the choice, so I decided to start shooting at things randomly. One hit the hologram kid and produced said ending.

Also, when I did the endings (I can't remember if I'd read this before or after my first playthrough) I had this in mind: http://www.cracked.com/article_20614_6-insane-video-game-fan-theories-that-make-total-sense_p2.html (#2)
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That's odd. I shot at the kid and random stuff before and nothing odd happened. Heck, I shot at stuff as I made my long walk to the destruction pillar. INFINITE BULLETS!
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Hmm. I have no idea what does it, then. Perhaps the bullets went through the hologram and hit the console at the front? Maybe that does it.
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Sorry for the double post.

I have a question about the levelling system in Oblivion. I've been playing for a while, now, and I'm at level six. Have I been playing it wrong, or is that what I should expect?
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Hogy wrote:
Darth Skuldren wrote:
I wish they'd make a new Soul Reaver game. That was a fun game back in the day.


There are some issues with the Legacy of the Kain licence or something. I can't really remember.


Legacy of Kain was an awesome game. I bought it again off Ebay a year or two ago. But I didn't get very far, I just couldn't really play the PS2. I wish that they would put it out for Xbox arcade. I have been able to get most of my favorite playstation games on there. The metal gears, GTA: SA, and Ico. They were supposed to come out with Oddworld, but they never did. Which really made me mad. That is the only reason I even still have a PS2.
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I believe leveling up in Oblivion was tied to sleep, wasn't it? Been so long since I played it. But it's also dependent on how often you do each talent. Swimming and running are good ways to level up.
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Darth Skuldren wrote:
I believe leveling up in Oblivion was tied to sleep, wasn't it? Been so long since I played it. But it's also dependent on how often you do each talent. Swimming and running are good ways to level up.


That's correct. Note that sleeping is different from waiting so far as leveling up is concerned. Because of enemy scaling it was a tactic to sometimes wait to sleep/level up until after you'd completed a mission so you could fight weaker enemies with the benefit of having skills leveled beyond what your actual level was (for example so you could fight a level 10 bad guy even though your combat abilities were that of a level 25).
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I didn't know that. I am never sleeping again in Oblivion.

Also, just finished the Thieves Guild story. I thoroughly enjoyed it, though the beginning of the last mission was incredibly boring. Three hours of running around in the dark fighting nothing but skeletons and zombies - two of the weakest* enemies in the game, so far. Now I might do the Fighters Guild quest. Was going to do the Mages Guild story but I got kicked out and have to find 20 somethings and 20 vampire dusts. Which is funny, because in the TG quests there were many vampires, and I didn't bother to collect the dust, because I didn't think they'd come in handy. *Facepalm*

By weakest I mean least interesting. They're tough to kill, but only because it's time consuming
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