So, it looks like update 1.4 kinda, sorta, maybe, definitely broke Luke’s summoning skills. This makes the build mostly useless for now. From pets that don’t attack to pets going pacifist if you transition between maps, it looks like summoning is on hold for now.
One of the other bugs that was introduced was characters dropping from Heroic/Super Heroic down to Normal difficulty, so make sure you double check your difficulty before venturing out.
Possibly the most exciting news is that Doomsaw announced that Raccoonatics (fans of Rocket Raccoon, a term coined by Rocket’s number one fan, Leowyld!) are getting their own Unique item. Congrats to them, I know Leo’s super excited. It’s been a long time coming and I’m ecstatic to see his dedication helped make this a reality.
Speaking of new personalized Uniques, the famous, or infamous, HarryTasker has also been given his own Unique. Tasker’s Treads, which, I believe, are for Cable. I’m guessing they debuff the hell out of enemies. Just kidding, Harry!
A little more news about Uniques; I picked up my first Any Hero Unique, and I’ve got to say, these things are bad ass. With +2045 damage on Critical attacks, it works wonders on my Iron Man who’s geared to the teeth for crits.
In other news, not exactly related, I’m gearing up to pick up Squirrel Girl. I’ve got the splinters to buy her out-right, but I want to get to 575 so I can test my luck and see if I can save some by getting her in a random box. If I do manage that, it means I can buy yet another hero, meaning more Marvel Heroes guides for you guys! Even if I don’t get her, I might get a new character or an Ultimate upgrade. Win/win, ya dig?
Speaking of doing more for you guys, a few of you have messaged me saying the reviews need pictures. You’re right, I have no clue why I didn’t put pictures in to begin with, but it’s a huge oversight and pretty stupid, to be honest.
So, the next review is going to mark the beginning of me doing this properly and putting in pictures. I was going to review Blood: One Whole Unit, but holy crap that game’s hard. Modern games have made me soft. Actually, I think it’s got a lot to do with the fact that the game seems to run really fast and I have trouble functioning at that level. I don’t want to say I can’t keep up, but I feel like I’m just sliding all over the place. Anyway, the next review is another game from the same era as The Suffering, but as always, it’s going to be a surprise!
That’s all for now.
You folks have fun, take care, and I’ll see you next time.