WRUP: The interactive Massively Overpowered museum edition

Here at Massively Overpowered, we’re always pushing the boundaries of ways we can expand the understanding of the public while brushing up against the absolute boundaries of what is actually legal. That’s why we’re happy to announce the new interactive Massively Overpowered museum, where not only do you get to interact with the exhibits, but we encourage you to. We don’t give you a choice.

To start the experience, we throw mildly expired meat at you as soon as you’ve paid the $20 entry fee. Then we open the trap doors and fling you into the roaming cat exhibit, where several wild cats of varying degrees of ferocity will come after you. Once you’ve experienced the depths of our cat exhibit, we then open the door to the Live Current Sparking Through Open Wires exhibit.

Some people might say that we’re trying to simply defer the costs of a disastrous attempt at establishing a poorly constructed grocery store in a region infested with wild cats by pretending that it’s a museum. To that, we say that it’s What Are You Playing time and you should let us know when to expect you at the museum.

Andrew Ross (@dengarsw): ​Beyond my usual Pokemon Go time (now with a neighborhood raid party!), I’ll be hitting the first Splatoon 2 Splatfest for team ice cream because I am passionately down on cake. Pie > Ice Cream > Cake. Leave your Switch Friend Codes and/or dessert manifestos in the comments. Oh, and maybe some Elite: Dangerous to make up for my shameful landing-fail stream.

Brianna Royce (@nbrianna, blog): The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind for me. I want that bear! I also want to try to figure out why this game seems to hate me.

Eliot Lefebvre (@Eliot_Lefebvre, blog): Final Fantasy XIV is basically all I play these days. But I’ll mix in some DC Universe Online, you know. As you do.

Justin Olivetti (@Sypster, blog): Project-wise, I need to “virtue up” my Lord of the Rings Online Lore-master for Mordor, finish Blue Mountain in Secret World Legends, and hit 20 with my new World of Warcraft Warlock.

Patron Pierre: “I’m still into casual MMO-ish FPS/TPS games: The Division and Destiny. Both games fit my actual taste for short sessions of gaming (or should I say grinding ?? :D ). I also decided to play the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. trilogy of FPS games. I play through the trilogy chronologically, starting with Shadow of Chernobyl. Enjoy your gaming weekend MOP readers. Cheers!”

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Jonny Sage

I went outside this weekend.

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mysecretid

Ladie and gentlemen, I think we have our winner for the week. :-) Outside = the VR game with the most impressive graphics ever!

Cheers,

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butterpanda888

I must be in Limbo because I honestly thought today was Saturday. Anyway, I will be playing World of Warcraft and Path of Exile for the remainder of this weekend, with some Ever Oasis on 3ds thrown in for good measure.

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butterpanda888

Apparently, my above answer is not what I wanted to do after all. I dabbled with the above, then got on steam, bought three new games (Orwell, Jotun, and Game Dev Tycoon), Then redownloaded a bunch of games (Fallout: New Vegas, Ori and the Blind Forest, Hacknet, The Talos Principle, AdventureQuest 3D, Master x Master, and Marvel Heroes).

I played a bunch of Orwell. It is an awesome game.

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Mewmew

Cute Pallas’s Cat :P

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Oleg Chebeneev

Casually playing SWL. 21 July will be big day since both Project Ascension hardcore PvP server and Felmyst TBC server will release. And I want to play both.

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mysecretid

“You must understand,” he said. “I’ve absolutely loved the ocean world of Manaan since it first appeared in the Knights of the Old Republic single-player game. I felt compelled to buy the new Manaan stronghold in Star Wars: The Old Republic for my characters.”

So it was, that MySecretID lost his battle against EAware to stay out of SWTOR, at least for a while.

Somewhere, an EA executive chuckled derisively, and lit his cigar with a hundred-dollar bill …

Once again finding himself doing something he said he’d never do again (the word “never” apparently, makes the cosmos laugh), Secret attempted to console himself by playing a whole bunch of World of Warcraft.

And it actually kinda worked. Points for you, Blizzard!

Take care of yourselves, folks. You’re the only you we’ll ever have, and we want to keep ya!

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Sray

I’m sitting on a ton of Cartel Coins and nothing to spend them on. I think I log in every Tuesday just to see if there’s anything new on the market that I actually want just so I can get rid of those coins and finally feel like there’s no reason to bother with it any more. I swear, they’re releasing pure crap on the market right now just to keep me logging in.

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mysecretid

Aye. It’s been one of my consistent peeves with SWTOR that the publisher appears — at least to my eyes — to spend more time hyping what’s available in the Cartel Market, than what’s available in the game itself.

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Utakata

This week: Nothing much to report then the same old, same old. That is, more WoW. And have great week and weekend folks! <3

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Utakata

PS: If I got my felids right, that’s looks like a bobcat (Lynx rufus) pictured for subject header. /Nyan o.O

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Cadaver

Tootling around in GW2 disinterestedly. I downloaded SWL and played an hour or two. Tbh, I’m really struggling to overlook the dated visuals and clunky gameplay, but I’ll persevere in the expectation that it will excel in other areas.

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JonBuck

Trucking and Trekking. Trucking and Trekking.

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Ryuen

Thank you, I was just thinking recently it would be nice to get that stuck in my head for an entire evening…

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mysecretid

Forgive me. I am young and impulsive (well, impulsive anyway).

:-)

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zoward

I’ve been hanging out in Single Player Gaming Land these days. I returned to and subesquently burned out on WoW early, and haven’t found any MMOs interesting enough right now to replace it (but if I do, it might just be The Elder Scrolls Online … hmmm …).. I’m jumping back into the new version of Planescape: Torment, which I want to finish up and jump into its spiritual successor Torment: Tides of Numenara. Have a great weekend everyone!

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DeadlyAccurate

I’m playing Overwatch, Monster Slayers, and I dunno. I’ve been craving a survival sandbox lately, but I haven’t figured out which one.

In Overwatch, I finally dipped my toes in the waters of competitive play. I don’t personally care about being competitive, but I love how much more exciting the games are. I’ve finished matches literally shaking from the adrenaline rush.

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mysecretid

Arguably, ARK is the most developed, but I didn’t like it as much as others do, myself.

I like Osiris: New Dawn, but it’s still in Early Access, so there’s not as much there as there will be one day. You may want to check in with it later.

I really like Subnautica, but it’s a single-player game, so it may not be what you’re hoping for in a survival game. It’s a lovely undersea experience though — you can even run it in VR, if you’ve got the tech.

Hope you find something you like!

Cheers,

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I have over 500 hours in ARK, so I’m not sure it’s something I’ll go back to. I think I’ll like Osiris when it’s further along. I think I’ll eventually play Subnautica once the whole story is done.

I’m actually thinking of Minecraft again. Just trying to decide on the modpack.