I like stats in games where you have a lot of similar equipment(such as Fallout, The Witcher), but I tend to prefer games that can be fun without stats. For example, the Zelda games mostly have one-of-a-kind items, and the few same-kind weapons have a very apperant difference. Zelda doesn't get...
I really don't understand that no-one at EA even seems to be aware of how stupid they have been lately. I mean, isn't there anyone there saying hey guys, maybe we should think stuff over a bit before we do or say something?
Suppose it's because people like me pay for and enjoy BF3.
You shouldn't buy based on brands but models. Acer has made a few great laptops, similarly Apple Asus and Lenovo have made a few junk ones. That said, I'm a freak when it comes to laptops and I generally keep track of what comes out. If you can make a list of "priorities" what your laptop should...
I have a 2006 Thinkpad like Krynn, and it's simply not possible to get another laptop with a great keyboard/mouse and 1050 pixels vertical resolution screen without glare for less than 800 euro(paid 170 for mine). And then you have the glossy screens, shitty build quality etc that's common these...
Picked up this used Thinkpad:
Specs: 1.6 GHz Core 2 Duo, 4GB DDR2, GMA 950(lol), 1400x1050 IPS screen, 250GB HDD
Love the screen and keyboard/mouse, will much better when college starts next year compared to my crappy Acer which was falling apart on all areas.
I mainly liked Portal because of the concept/gameplay mechanics, although the setting was nice. 15 year olds spamming THE CAKE IS A LIE all the time is a thing Quantum Conandrum will never achieve, though.
Quantum Conundrum looks like a really fun game, will probably get it as soon as possible.