• The Binding Of Isaac V2 - Brimstone Edition !
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[QUOTE=Maruhai;34753999]Both are pure luck, but yeah I'm missing the Halo as well.[/QUOTE] of course they are but where can I find them? Item room, satan's room, shop, secret room? Where did you find wafer?
[QUOTE=Blueplastic;34755072]of course they are but where can I find them? Item room, satan's room, shop, secret room? Where did you find wafer?[/QUOTE] Item room for both.
Managed to import saves from other PC. Got all [I]visible[/I] characters except Eve unlocked, apparently.
[QUOTE=iLife_Aftermath;34754529]It halves the price on everything in the shop. [editline]18th February 2012[/editline] 15¢ items (basically all upgrades) now goes for 7¢, 5¢ (Bombs, keys, soul hearts, tarot cards and pills) items now go for 3¢, 3¢ items (Hearts) become 2¢ items.[/QUOTE] Only the shop you are in when you pick it? Every shop in that particular run? I think I once entered a shop and there were some items half price (red colored price) although I did not pick up a Steam Sale in that run.
[QUOTE=laenger;34755771]Only the shop you are in when you pick it? Every shop in that particular run? I think I once entered a shop and there were some items half price (red colored price) although I did not pick up a Steam Sale in that run.[/QUOTE] It cuts the item price for every store in that run. Items can also have half price randomly throughout a run without the steam sale.
Met Krampus for the first time. Lump of Coal doesn't work with, Brimstone, does it? [editline]18th February 2012[/editline] [t]http://i.imgur.com/Q1B0B.png[/t] And another fun run is over
[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/pk62g.png[/IMG] Oh my look at those meat boys what a cool couple
[QUOTE=Fingers!!!;34756925][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/pk62g.png[/IMG] Oh my look at those meat boys what a cool couple[/QUOTE] >glow give me that wafer
[QUOTE=Blueplastic;34757107]>glow give me that wafer[/QUOTE] Womb and sheoul are a bliss with it, finally proceeded to unlock the bomb bag.
So I left this game on overnight since I was too tired to keep playing, but had a really sweet playthru so far. Lo and behold I woke up this morning and my computer failed to post :suicide: Fixed now of course.
[img]http://horobox.co.uk/u/blueplastic_1329625882.png[/img] I am now...complete
[QUOTE=Blueplastic;34760839][img]http://horobox.co.uk/u/blueplastic_1329625882.png[/img] I am now...complete[/QUOTE] I can't wait for the bomb-related upgrades that Edmund said he was making for the DLC expansion. I love blowing things up with that combo, regardless of how rarely I come upon all 3 of them in a single playthrough.
[QUOTE=Psychopath12;34761001]I can't wait for the bomb-related upgrades that Edmund said he was making for the DLC expansion. I love blowing things up with that combo, regardless of how rarely I come upon all 3 of them in a single playthrough.[/QUOTE] To be honst once I get the Dr Fetus I seem to get both other items every time.
[QUOTE=Blueplastic;34715532]Yes. There's also a high possibility for TF2 items if you preorder[/QUOTE] Citation needed.
What happens when you combine a half assed Zelda clone with a poorly written story and badly thought out rogue-like elements? Binding of Isaac happens, that's what. The game is not only a lazy and boring mess but its also an incredible technical and design failure. It's obvious from the start by it's godawful menu system. Navigating around the menus is a chore. For example graphic options aren't even visible in the menus unless you press the esc button to bring up an entirely different menu scheme. Not even 10 seconds into Binding of Isaac and I'm already missing my 5$. No controller support either, which is especially stunning in a game like this. This isn't a limitation of Flash either, it's entirely possible to program AS3 support for a 360 or PS3 controller (I've done it myself actually). No excuses there except lazy programming. As for the gameplay itself, well, it's miserable. It's a mindless click-fest that will leave your hand numb minutes into the game. There's no real strategy to enemies or boss encounters other than clicking as fast as you possibly can. There isn't much more to say about the game, seriously. It's a simple repetitive mess that never evolves or offers you anything but what you see i nthe first few minutes...which is nothing. There's simply no reason to play Binding of Isaac. It offers little to no reward for doing so. And judging from how poorly made the game actually is it's clear the developers just threw this out as fast as they possibly could. Simply put, you'll get more entertainment value from watching your money go round n' round your toilet bowl when you flush it. Which, if you actually paid money for this game, you did anyway. Enjoy your 5$ turd.
[QUOTE=Spearman;34765213]What happens when you combine a half assed Zelda clone with a poorly written story and badly thought out rogue-like elements? Binding of Isaac happens, that's what. The game is not only a lazy and boring mess but its also an incredible technical and design failure. It's obvious from the start by it's godawful menu system. Navigating around the menus is a chore. For example graphic options aren't even visible in the menus unless you press the esc button to bring up an entirely different menu scheme. Not even 10 seconds into Binding of Isaac and I'm already missing my 5$. No controller support either, which is especially stunning in a game like this. This isn't a limitation of Flash either, it's entirely possible to program AS3 support for a 360 or PS3 controller (I've done it myself actually). No excuses there except lazy programming. As for the gameplay itself, well, it's miserable. It's a mindless click-fest that will leave your hand numb minutes into the game. There's no real strategy to enemies or boss encounters other than clicking as fast as you possibly can. There isn't much more to say about the game, seriously. It's a simple repetitive mess that never evolves or offers you anything but what you see i nthe first few minutes...which is nothing. There's simply no reason to play Binding of Isaac. It offers little to no reward for doing so. And judging from how poorly made the game actually is it's clear the developers just threw this out as fast as they possibly could. Simply put, you'll get more entertainment value from watching your money go round n' round your toilet bowl when you flush it. Which, if you actually paid money for this game, you did anyway. Enjoy your 5$ turd.[/QUOTE] Did you write this? If not, send me the source. If you did, what the fuck am I reading? Oh no you didn't, link me the source right now! Oh god found it, it's from metacritic [url]http://www.metacritic.com/game/pc/the-binding-of-isaac/user-reviews[/url] Right there, Kazan. He also gave Bastion a 5 :v: Got to be a troll.
[QUOTE=Spearman;34765213]What happens when you combine a half assed Zelda clone with a poorly written story and badly thought out rogue-like elements? Binding of Isaac happens, that's what. The game is not only a lazy and boring mess but its also an incredible technical and design failure. It's obvious from the start by it's godawful menu system. Navigating around the menus is a chore. For example graphic options aren't even visible in the menus unless you press the esc button to bring up an entirely different menu scheme. Not even 10 seconds into Binding of Isaac and I'm already missing my 5$. No controller support either, which is especially stunning in a game like this. This isn't a limitation of Flash either, it's entirely possible to program AS3 support for a 360 or PS3 controller (I've done it myself actually). No excuses there except lazy programming. As for the gameplay itself, well, it's miserable. It's a mindless click-fest that will leave your hand numb minutes into the game. There's no real strategy to enemies or boss encounters other than clicking as fast as you possibly can. There isn't much more to say about the game, seriously. It's a simple repetitive mess that never evolves or offers you anything but what you see i nthe first few minutes...which is nothing. There's simply no reason to play Binding of Isaac. It offers little to no reward for doing so. And judging from how poorly made the game actually is it's clear the developers just threw this out as fast as they possibly could. Simply put, you'll get more entertainment value from watching your money go round n' round your toilet bowl when you flush it. Which, if you actually paid money for this game, you did anyway. Enjoy your 5$ turd.[/QUOTE] I have fun playing it.
[QUOTE=Spearman;34765213]What happens when you combine a half assed Zelda clone with a poorly written story and badly thought out rogue-like elements? Binding of Isaac happens, that's what. The game is not only a lazy and boring mess but its also an incredible technical and design failure. It's obvious from the start by it's godawful menu system. Navigating around the menus is a chore. For example graphic options aren't even visible in the menus unless you press the esc button to bring up an entirely different menu scheme. Not even 10 seconds into Binding of Isaac and I'm already missing my 5$. No controller support either, which is especially stunning in a game like this. This isn't a limitation of Flash either, it's entirely possible to program AS3 support for a 360 or PS3 controller (I've done it myself actually). No excuses there except lazy programming. As for the gameplay itself, well, it's miserable. It's a mindless click-fest that will leave your hand numb minutes into the game. There's no real strategy to enemies or boss encounters other than clicking as fast as you possibly can. There isn't much more to say about the game, seriously. It's a simple repetitive mess that never evolves or offers you anything but what you see i nthe first few minutes...which is nothing. There's simply no reason to play Binding of Isaac. It offers little to no reward for doing so. And judging from how poorly made the game actually is it's clear the developers just threw this out as fast as they possibly could. Simply put, you'll get more entertainment value from watching your money go round n' round your toilet bowl when you flush it. Which, if you actually paid money for this game, you did anyway. Enjoy your 5$ turd.[/QUOTE] Yes, but tell us how you [I]really[/I] feel
[QUOTE=Spearman;34765213]What happens when you combine a half assed Zelda clone with a poorly written story and badly thought out rogue-like elements? Binding of Isaac happens, that's what. The game is not only a lazy and boring mess but its also an incredible technical and design failure. It's obvious from the start by it's godawful menu system. Navigating around the menus is a chore. For example graphic options aren't even visible in the menus unless you press the esc button to bring up an entirely different menu scheme. Not even 10 seconds into Binding of Isaac and I'm already missing my 5$. No controller support either, which is especially stunning in a game like this. This isn't a limitation of Flash either, it's entirely possible to program AS3 support for a 360 or PS3 controller (I've done it myself actually). No excuses there except lazy programming. As for the gameplay itself, well, it's miserable. It's a mindless click-fest that will leave your hand numb minutes into the game. There's no real strategy to enemies or boss encounters other than clicking as fast as you possibly can. There isn't much more to say about the game, seriously. It's a simple repetitive mess that never evolves or offers you anything but what you see i nthe first few minutes...which is nothing. There's simply no reason to play Binding of Isaac. It offers little to no reward for doing so. And judging from how poorly made the game actually is it's clear the developers just threw this out as fast as they possibly could. Simply put, you'll get more entertainment value from watching your money go round n' round your toilet bowl when you flush it. Which, if you actually paid money for this game, you did anyway. Enjoy your 5$ turd.[/QUOTE] "mindless click-fest" um
[QUOTE=BlkDucky;34765458]"mindless click-fest" um[/QUOTE] Fucking casuals Postal also clicks to shoot :v:
[QUOTE=Fingers!!!;34765480]Fucking casuals Postal also clicks to shoot :v:[/QUOTE] Uh i use the keyboard [editline]19th February 2012[/editline] lol I really don't get why you guys care how someone plays.
Thanks to the Wafer, I beat Satan for the first time.
[img]http://i1095.photobucket.com/albums/i480/Spearman42/theeholy.jpg[/img]
[QUOTE=Spearman;34766686][img]http://i1095.photobucket.com/albums/i480/Spearman42/theeholy.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] Gee Isaac! How come your Mom lets you have [u]two[/u] Bibles?
[QUOTE=Psychopath12;34766895]Gee Isaac! How come your Mom lets you have [u]two[/u] Bibles?[/QUOTE] One for each hand, I guess!
[QUOTE=postal;34765779]Uh i use the keyboard [editline]19th February 2012[/editline] lol I really don't get why you guys care how someone plays.[/QUOTE] Can this be played keyboard only? Need something for when I'm leaning back with the laptop
[QUOTE=arn0ld;34767992]Can this be played keyboard only? Need something for when I'm leaning back with the laptop[/QUOTE] yep
Why do people play with the mouse. I mean that seems like it would make the game harder unless that is what you are going for.
[QUOTE=postal;34768021]yep[/QUOTE] k then 5 bucks on steam bout to hit it up
snippo
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