Borderlands 3 has amazing soundtrack.
My favorite song is:
But everything else is great too:
Network engineer, programmer & gamer.
(Is it true that this game don't have its own topic here already?)
I'm one of those people who like Borderlands. I finished 1, pre-sequel and 2 with all of its DLCs. It was always fun, but it wasn't something special (although I still fondly remember Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep DLC). So I was planning to play Borderlands 3, but I wasn't anticipating it.
Well, I finished the game last night and I'm still amazed how much I liked it. The gameplay still feels great and quests are still funny and fun. But also (and this was a total surprise) this game made me emotional. Despite joking all the time, the story has several dramatic scenes that feel earned. Despite making fun of its characters, game’s cast feel like an actual characters and once the credits started rolling I realized how much I will miss them. And I for sure will remember the ending of this game.
I wasn't expecting to say this, but it's my new 2019 GotY. I realize that others may not have the same experience, especially if they haven’t played as Sirens in previous games, but for me ♬this game is on fire.♬
Very simple: I need reviews to know what games to play, and it's much better to follow the same good reviewer, because you get to know what he likes and dislikes, so you can translate his score to your own impressions. I randomly stumbled on Gametrailers a decade ago. It was good enough, so I stayed with the crew.
Finished the game last night. I liked its stories both big and small, but the most impressive thing was the game design.
I love doing all quests in RPG, so I love quest and map markers so much that games without them (like Breath of the Wild) feels hollow and lacking of content for me. But in The Outer Worlds the map was just the right size to simultaneously give you space for exploration and guide you to your next quest. Also the writing is so good that you really want to talk to non-questgivers, only to discover that they actually have a quest for you.
I was a bit surprised by its short length (I did almost everything in 25 hours), but I will definitely play it again soon, so it’s not a huge problem. Also getting such great game for free with Game Pass rules!
I believe this question is asked periodically and each time Jones says "No", because they don't have time to manage someone's work, especially if they don't know the person. But this doesn't mean you can't contribute at all - I'm doing English & Russian subtitles for reviews. I think, my contribution was accepted because subtitles were created before and I just followed already existing workflow.
So your best bet (probably) is to find something that already involves community and join the effort.
How can I learn this information? Is there a way?
Generally if your power supply has at least 600W you'll be fine with single GPU. If it's lower, look at peak power consumption for your CPU & GPU (it should be published by AMD). Add another 100W-150W (for Motherboard, HDDs, etc) and you'll get power requirements.
As for compatibility, it should not be a problem even if your GPU and Montherboard have different versions of PCI-E port.
@scotty I can't recommend specific AMD GPU (I always used Nvidia), but I can give you one advice. GPU makes huge difference when you go for 4K Ultra settings. But for 1080p Mid/Hi CPU & Motherboard are also important, since they are responsible for loading data into GPU. I'm not saying that upgrading GPU is pointless, but if you upgrade just GPU you will get less performance than it could potentially deliver.
P.S. Personally, I did big update this August and I feel very confident for next-gen (I have both SSD and Ray-Tracing). My PC will certainly be cheaper next year, but I really wanted to play Control the best possible way.