Game Recommendation: Dungeons of Sundaria

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First/Third person perspective is an automatic “Can’t” for me.

But hopefully some folks will like it especially the old grognards, looks kinda ol’ school which is cool.

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So you are out too :pleading_face:
I guess I will only come back if they figure out a way to get out of the same frequent bugs and once they start to have time to Develop the game to veterans. And once they figure out a way to reward better players who play everyday.

I really needed to take a break, and I don’t know if I’m up to another game, but who knows, it was nice of you to share.

How is the RNG of loot compared to LE?

I’m really burned out with games who keep you in the loop forever but whitout a chance of getting crazy gear.

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First person/Third person games give me horrible motion sickness. I can’t play them more than maybe 10 minutes if I’m lucky before I feel like puking into a can.

So, “CAN’T” literally means I physical can’t.

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There’s at least a dozen I’ve tried because I wanted to play them so badly. It sucks. And I don’t get motion sickness from anything else

While that device sounds and looks pretty cool I don’t think I need to spend $230 on something like that. That’s a case of Scotch. I have my priorities. :crazy_face:

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I played DoS as well but there was no content anymore and I stoped. I maybe revisit the game but this mounth I have a game pass to play and an upcoming beta and the cyberpunkt addon… no room for DoS ^^.

Something like Dramamine doesn’t help?

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No. It’s really frigging weird. On occasion even top downs like LE will trigger it. But that’s very rare. Like once every year or so.

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Yeah, that is weird. I had a couple of friends who could never play Descent, because of the same issue. Sucks. I wish I could trade with you, I despise 1st person games, so don’t play them because of that. So the motion sickness wouldn’t be an issue for me :wink:

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Thinking about this a little more, have you tried maybe putting your computer in a more open area? I don’t have any issue riding roller coasters, but when I rode the Simpsons ride at Universal Studios in Orlando, my stomach was a bit twitchy – and that was done via graphics and 360 degree monitors. Maybe playing in a more open area would help? (if you’ve never tried it)

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It’s possible a curved monitor or something might help. (Or make it worse, look out. Lol)

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There are some kind of anti motion sicknes wristbands out there to buy. They work like a charm at least when it comes to gaming. I still don’t read while driving but I get 0 motion sickness from games anymore. You just need to find out what option suits you. I’m fine with kind of a thick rubber band and a pal of mine is using some high tech gadget that looks like it can play games for you just because he’s hit differently by motionsickness then I am.

There are plenty of ways to get rid of it when it comes only to playing.

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Yeah @JustSomeGuy mentioned one up a few posts. It’s not that big a deal for me really. I’ve tried numerous things over the years. First started happening in 1994 when I was playing Doom on a roommates computer so I’ve definitely been around the block with it. It only happens in gaming and I already put too much time in the games I do play. :joy: :crazy_face: So this is just another one of those life decisions of time spent elsewhere.

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Haven’t tried this although my gaming space is pretty wide open. Although a few years back there was a ‘remedy’ going around about having a fan in the room with you so the wind stimulation helped your inner ear deal with the transition (which might be some of the ‘impetus’ behind open space. It didn’t work for me either. Meh, who knows, it really isn’t that much of a deal. I should probably just shut up about it although I find it fascinating that your inner ear and your brain are mad at each other. lolfof.

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TBF, that does tend to be illegal.

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Reading while beeing passenger in a moving vehicle… happy now? ^^

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It’s only illegal, if you get caught. Otherwise, it’s just poor decision-making.

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Not being caught doesn’t make something not-illegal. You could murder someone & never be caught but that doesn’t make the act of murder not-illegal.

Marginally.

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It certainly is at the moment, yes.

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Well, if you don’t get charged with murder, is it murder, or simply a killing?