Dude just take your wired xbox controller and it’s fine. As far as advantages, the price, but you already bought it. With the dsfix mod it’s even prettier than the console version. Of course, I’m a highly biased pc player. I was stoked it came out at 40 dollars with DLCs included. Also I think the matchmaking server is better somehow on pc.
You know I forgot I could do that. Isn’t technology great?
It’s looking very likely that I’ll grab the PC version, mostly as I imagine it’ll be a lot of fun to livestream, and I can do videos and things to accompany my blog.
I’ll keep that dsfix mod you mentioned in my mind too, thanks a lot.
But once you start piecing together the story, it becomes a really immersive world. I hope you enjoy your play. Are you on the PC version?
Xbox 360. So far I’m learning little bits and bobs via the items and such, which makes it far more interesting than most games.
I like that it doesn’t hold your hand, it’s exactly what I’ve wanted from a game in this time of condescending tutorials and overly-helpful sidekicks.
What are the advantages of the PC version? I’m used to console gaming so the thought of mouse-based combat put me off, but I’m sorely tempted regardless.
As much as I love this figure, I like having a house even more.
Final Fantasy XII Play Arts Ashe figure - Signed by Kari Wahlgren.
In as perfect condition as you’re gonna get, complete with all the parts (hands, base, sword etc) - Removed from the box to be signed and placed straight back in.
Box is in decent condition too, if you like to keep things boxed.
So, throw some offers my way if you want it. Highest bid gets it and, if it’s high enough, I’ll throw in a free Balthier figure. (If you want it.)
Please be aware that you’d also be covering the P&P costs as well, which I’ll quote you if I decide to take your offer - Leaving you free to withdraw it if it’s too much.
Due to this, shipping abroad may cost a considerable amount more, so please bear that in mind.
So there you go. Feel free to as any questions, and I’ll answer them as best I can. I’ll try and add some photos of the actual item as soon as I can, but until then, just imagine the above image, only on your shelf.
All the best.
It’s not often I post on Tumblr. It’s even LESS often I show any real political views, outside of my own cynical but well-rooted loathing of current government.
But when a 16 year old boy (with Chris Redfield Syndrome) takes more sense then the current Prime Minister (albeit he’s reading from a speech
he probably didn’t write.) I figure it’s worth sharing.
Having multiple friends going to University within the next few years, and friends still in college, I’m pretty familiar with these topics, and know full well the extent that these cuts have grown to. So I know how ludicrous they are.
The current Govt has spent many hours and many more pounds researching the so called “lost generation” - The people living off welfare and benefits, the NEETS etc, trying to find out why this has happened, and why it’s grown since Labour days.
It’s simple: Make it impossible to go to school on a low income, and make it more economically viable to live by state handouts, and you create this class.
Case in point, I got an estimate on housing benefits today, and how much I’d be entitled to, should I choose to claim.
I’d be on, around, £40 a week to go towards Rent. That doesn’t include bills and utilities.
40 x 4 = 160.
Now, £160 a month would help, but when the average rent on a 1-bedroom flat is £200-300 a month, sans bills, it’s hardly a great amount.
However, were I 3 years older (25 instead of 22), I’d suddenly be entitled to nearer the £400 a month mark. And up to 2 bedrooms.
In stark contrast to this, if I were unemployed and lived with an unemployed or student partner, I’d have my rent AND my bills paid for.
This goes to show that, currently, younger, hard working people who actually WANT to achieve something, are seemingly punished for doing so, against those who want and do nothing.
So just who, exactly, is this Government catering for?
The high class. The rich. The wealthy. Those that don’t need help and can afford to get by more then comfortably.
The left of us are left to become a ‘Lost Generation’.
So even though I’m working for only a little more now then I was claiming on JSA, and even though being employed prevents me, at present, from moving into my own place, I wouldn’t actively choose to stop work and sign on. I respect myself, even if my country doesn’t respect me.
As a footnote I’d like to add that being on benefits does NOT make someone a sponger. There are people out there who genuinely need that help (myself included, hence Housing Benefits) and those who DESERVE it.