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The TV-debate Frank had in the first season is one of my biggest problems with the show. It was completely uncharacteristic for him to make such a fool of himself, too big of a fuck-up to seem...
This is fucking happening.
I dunno what to think.
Now I'm not very good at trading and all that, but someone added me and asked if I would trade my Whaleblade for a corrupted Nyx's Dagon. Would that be worth it?
I've never watched the show, but as I kind of like the humor I've seen from this, I might end up buying it even though I'd be missing out on 90% of all the references.
This is absolutely unplayable for me. The first five minutes I have mild lag whenever I turn, then it just breaks down into 5 second long pauses anytime I do something.
That doesn't seem to work for me, but it doesn't matter much seeing as you posted it. Thanks.
This was just released for free:
How short are we talking here? <10 hours?
25th February 2014
Also, what difficulty were you playing at? That probably makes a big difference.
There's no more, at least not planned.
Just finished the second season. I really enjoyed it, but other than the character of Frank Underwood, and some of the twists and turns of the story (S2E1 especially), not much is exceptional....
About the MP, I still need the two trophies for my platinum, but am both shit and underlevelled, so that's probably a no-go for me.
This was like watching a train wreck in slow-motion, and I loved it.
I knew exactly what would happen, which just made the infected coming running right after the kiss all the more heartbreaking. ...
Jane would have ruined Jesse, and Walt cared for him.
Poisoning Brock, which would not kill him as Walt knew exactly how much to give him, put a stop to Gus.
Killing Gale was basically...
Other than giving Jesse to the neo-nazis, I think everything else was pretty justifiable.
A big part of #TheLastofUs #LeftBehind has been kept a secret. Thursday night, the embargo lifts. Avoid screenshots/videos for spoilers.
I'm rewatching this, but with my mother, and we just got past episode 9 of the second season. When Walt dragged Jesse out to cook instead of letting him spend time with Jane, she said with a sigh...
Is this a build people use? Because someone just did and I don't get it.
If you want a game that leaves you thinking you can always play through The Last of Us, it offers quite a bit of food for thought, especially for an AAA-title.
There's a contest happening at the moment, over here, where you are to answer questions about TLOU with pictures. This first question isn't very difficult, especially not with the answer spammed over...
No, you're sadly not the only one, and I still don't get why. I won't be able to answer for a couple of hours, but I'd really appreciate an explanation from someone. I can't find a single objective...
I've said this before, but after the initial rush from the ending, there's very few things to praise this for. The setting was fantastic, but the story, characters, gunplay, and many other things...
#1 on my list, no contest.
Off-topic and all, but I fucking loved those books when I was younger.
Jesse asked her to leave when he decided to do meth again, so she could stay clean. She chose to come with him anyway, and then follow that great decision up with introducing him to heroin. It's...
I'm sorry, but the fact of the matter is that more people would be killed if there were less guns. Try to read up on the topic before discussing it, as it'd make for a better discussion.
To be fair, it's not very difficult to be a relatively better person than his predecessors.
Growth, then decay, then transformation.
13th January 2014
I just finished this a couple of days ago, and it must have been the best thing I've seen. I've never cheered for the bad guy doing...
I'm looking forward to how this will turn out and all, but fuck Todd.
So you actually answered your own made up question, and not the one you replied to? Otherwise I really don't see your point.
So you mean to say that it's not a game because you found the gameplay boring, am I on the right path?
Am I really the only one tired of this 'non-game'-crap? I mean, we have set definitions for words, what is there to argue about?
So I just tuned in and what the fuck is happening here.
I've said this before, but I think the only thing Infinite really had going for it was its setting, which was both gorgeous and interesting. The story was filled with plotholes, the main characters...
Elizabeth mainly. It was a while since I played it, but I can remember that she was horrified the first time you killed someone, and after that had no problem with it. She was also mad at you at...
The greatest thing about Infinite is its setting, but the story, gunplay and characters (other than a select few) are all pretty garbage.
30th December 2013
Characters that are not in character...
If "game design is what you do", you should know that linearity is not a bad thing. It's more likely what you hope to be doing, so for that I'd recommend a more open mind. As a game designer your job...
What if that video game had shown you positive sides to something that you hadn't considered before, and as such had given you a new outlook on the topic? Would it still be fucked?
This guy didn't...
He said in the video that it single-handedly made him want a daughter, and if you add that to the fact that he's an aspiring game designer, it doesn't sound so ridiculous after all.
As a huge fan of the game I can't but agree with him, but seeing as I know that opinion isn't shared by everyone, I'm curious to hear what others have to...
I understand that you don't like the game, but how on earth was it linear? Not even the story was presented in a linear fashion.
First of all, go vote for this in The Escapist's GOTY competition.
Second of all, this video is pretty fantastic if you're into in-depth analysis:
If you want a ton of content in an open world, get Oblivion.
If you want the longest (although very typical) story and your own character, get DA: O.
If you want the best story and characters, get...
While Brothers was enjoyable, I wouldn't personally put it on my list at all. The controls, while used innovatively, ended up breaking the immersion (by having one of the characters run into a wall...
I don't really know why there's arguing about what is and isn't a video game. The word has already been defined, hasn't it? I'm sure you can try to change the definition, but until you manage that...
I think what Sessler is praising is not the main storyline, but the way you as the player can uncover other sidestories if you look closely enough. That's probably why he, you know, talked about the...
You are trying to censor people trying to spread happiness.
Seriously though, why can't we "grow to understand problems in other countries" and crack jokes about their situations at the same...
In what way is censorship and in other ways controlling language progressive?
You can joke about anything, it all depends on how you construct the joke.
I'll just leave this here.
I'm not saying that you can't find a game more relatable than another, that's all up to each individual, the only thing I'm saying is that obviously a real person will find it easier to relate to the...