Yeah I was playing a little bit when that patch came out. Right now the main reason I never log on is because I'm currently locked out of my account- I tried to log into d3 at the airport out of boredom, which Blizzard deemed a suspicious location (rightly so, I suppose). I can't remember for the life of me what the answer to my security question is, so I'm going to have to go through the huge hassle of calling them and mailing them some form of photo ID. D3 is the only game I have through bnet, so it may be a while before I decide I have time to go through that whole process.
The Dark Knight Rises was SO WORTH waiting 221 hours to see because in my opinion it was the most perfect, hugely entertaining and emotional conclusion to a Superhero trillogy since Spider-Man 3. I thought the screenplay written by Christopher Nolan, David S. Goyer and Jonathan Nolan was fantastic, the acting performances by Christian Bale, Gary Oldman, Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Anne Hathaway, Marion Cotillard, Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine were excellent.
Christopher Nolan´s directing was incredible, the action scenes were epic and exciting the best best I have seen since The Avengers and as always Hans Zimmer creates and composes some awesome and epic music for The Dark Knight Rises.
I also liked the great message in The Dark Knight Rises which is about Batman and the cops of Gotham City learning to get the coruage to do the right thing during hard times no matter what Bane or the other people of the city thought of them.
Overall I think The Dark Knight Rises is the best movie of 2012.
I give The Dark Knight Rises 5 out of 5 stars and I hope you enjoy The Dark Knight Rises.
Hey cab, I saw in TLB's playthrough for the witcher that you said you bought in for the PC, first off good choice. And second... did you buy it on steam or GoG? If you bought it on steam you can go to gog.com and register a free backup of the Witcher 2 Enhanced Edition by just making an account there and copying the cdkey.
The gog version is slightly better that it's DRM free so if for some strange reason your internet is down and still want to play Witcher 2 you can still do that with their version without having to log in anywhere.. And i think their version gives you slightly more of the bonus stuff.