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  1. I've fit it below the seat as well, but then you have no leg room. I'm 6'1 so that doesn't fly with me, but if you are shorter or have an isle seat you could make it work.
  2. I have a 50 liter backpack for the couple times I’ve gone backpacking across Japan. I’ve packed that thing to the teeth and haven’t been stopped and told that I can’t bring it on a flight. I’ve had it measured a few times as well to see if I’d be over the limit. I’m always super close, either just barley able to hit the requirements or just over, but I’ve never been stopped or asked. I usually pack a smaller sling backpack I have that I stick my phone charger, kindle, headphones, and whatever other smaller electronics. 50L goes up in the storage bins and the smaller stays with me on a flight.
  3. Don't think I can say no to Control and The Outer Worlds. I wish I would have said no to Metro Exodus, but here I am.
  4. Super bouncing still exists somewhat, it just doesn't work how it did in the original. I haven't tried but from what I've seen you have to jump from a lot higher distances.
  5. Bring me the Horizon - Amo I've really been going back and forth on this album for awhile now. Sempiternal was one of my favorite albums for a looong time and the change to That's the Spirit was met with a pretty big meh from me. I really dug a few songs off of the album, but overall I just wasn't feeling it at all. Seeing that Amo was going to more along the lines of TTS I wasn't sure if I was even going to give it a chance. Mantra was a pretty decent single to start with, but it was exemplifying why I wasn't a fan of TTS. Its like on the brink of being a song that would have been a B-side to Sempiternal, but just doesn't quite cross that border. Wonderful Life was just... horrible. I didn't even want to listen to the album after that, BMTH was just going down a road that I probably wasn't going to be a fan of anymore. Then I heard Medicine, man that song is just so catchy. I had it on repeat everyday on my commute to work. I couldn't get it out of my head, so of course I bought the album when it came out. My initial listens of the album I wasn't a fan, outside of Medicine I didn't even want to listen to the album. A couple songs stuck out though and I'd find myself wandering back to them from time to time. It slowly grew into me listening to majority of the album on my commute to work and enjoying it. Nihilist Blues, In the Dark, Why You Gotta Kick Me When I'm Down, even Mantra and Wonderful Life I'd stop and listen to. I really started appreciating the album a lot more. It doesn't really feel like a cheap transition to another genre or "selling out". It's not quite genre breaking either, but it definitely feels like there is effort in the music to be something different if that makes sense. I still have my days though where I just can't stand Mantra or Sugar, Honey, Ice & Tea. Mother Tongue is okay on a good day, but for the most part I'm not a fan. Ouch is just this weird like interlude in the album so I don't really count it against the album, but I don't know why its there. Heavy Metal and I Don't Know What To Say just aren't my thing. I don't really know what to rate the album, it changes daily depending on my mood. Some days a 5.5/10 others an 8/10. Nihilist Blues is my go to song and it took awhile for me to get into it, but it's easily one of my favorite songs in the past year or so.
  6. In order to make sure that they "get this right" they are focusing one game at a time and holding "flights" (I posted a link above to join) to test the game so players can provide feedback and bugs can get squashed. Instead of making everyone wait for every single game to get tested before release you can buy the games as they become available. Starting with the chronological order of when the game occurred in the Halo timeline, so Reach > CE > 2 > 3 > 4. Considering MCC runs at (mostly) 60 I don't see why they would cap it below that. Since it requires Xbox Live on steam you'll probably have to sign into your Xbox account like in the game or something of that nature.
  7. Some things from the reddit AMA https://www.reddit.com/r/gaming/comments/b2yhk8/mcc_pc_halo_reach_and_halo_insider_ama/ - You'll have to purchase titles one by one or just wait to buy them all once the whole collection is released - FOV sliders will be a game by game basis - Shooting for unlimited cap frame rate, but no guarantees - Custom games browser is still up in the air - They are looking into "official" mods and are talking with the eldewrito team. Won't be released at launch - All Reach customization will be there, but earning that gear might change a little bit from the original release - Progress will carry over from console to PC - Dedicated servers is a "goal" - Ruffian (Crackdown 2, MCC, Crackdown 3) Splash Damage (Gears, Doom 3, Wolfenstein multiplayer) are helping develop - Planned supporting Windowed Mode, 21:9, 16:9, 16:10, 3:2, 4:3
  8. I guess it depends on how much it costs. I'm hoping its like $5-10 range. Anymore and I think people will be upset about it.
  9. I mean ODST costs $5 for anyone that buys MCC (outside of people that bought and played within the first 3 months). Now that its just included in the PC launch it doesn't surprise me that Reach will cost money.
  10. Disappointing, but not surprised. They might do a discount on people who already own MCC though. I would imagine most people would want to buy it on Steam though. I'm curious as to what pricing will be, will they do $60 dollars or will they cut it down to $30/40?
  11. Halo CE - Remove jump delay, buff needler (stronger tracking, faster shot), buff plasma pistol (slight tracking) Diablo 1 - Run speed in town
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