Bimkoblerutso (User)

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Hah. I remember Tommy. I loathed him back in the day because he hated on Morrowind, but now that I have a little perspective, I actually have a greater appreciation for the man (even though Morrowind is still my favorite Elder Scrolls game, haha). #1.2.8
Yeah, same here. I think I remember seeing that game on Greenlight, actually, and I just skipped over it because it looked well put together, but not like something I would want to play.

I'd say that the biggest problem with Greenlight is that it gives indie developers the false hope that their games are going to magically "take off."

Sometimes people just aren't interested in certain games. #1.1
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Dude's just raging cause he couldn't get past the Asylum Demon. #1.1.4
Please...for the love of God. I don't care who does it.

Can someone PLEASE get the word out to all these morons that correlation does not imply causation? #1.1.3
^You mean as opposed to people spreading comments like "quite the wait for a few extra pixels"?

BiggCMan tackled it like a douche, but there are certain benefits to PC gaming over console gaming, mods being one of them.

There are advantages to console gaming too, so everyone just stop getting butt-hurt over nothing. #1.1.3
I think people are going to have to stop looking for straight up horror from larger mainstream games. Those days are long gone.

Wonderful as RE4 was, it changed the landscape of the entire genre. The indie market is the only place to get horror without COD-inspired action these days. #5
Haha, I laughed.

I guess some people have lost their sense of humor in light of all this console war BS. #2.1
Off topic here, but...

I was watching this trailer muted while listening to 'The Beginning is the End is the Beginning' by the Smashing Pumpkins, and that was a pretty badass mashup. #2
The only thing I like more in Skyrim is the world. Oblivion kind of just seems like England in the middle ages 90% of the time. Skyrim seems a little more..."fantasy" than historical, even though it's openly influenced by Norse culture. All that being said, though, Morrowind is easily the most creative of the three in that respect.

I'm with Massacred, I kinda like all the Elder Scrolls games for different reasons. #1.1.1
That's why I've never been a fan of MMO's, honestly.

RPG's are fun because they lend context and immersion to what really amounts to a bunch of repetitive tasks with tiny, incremental rewards. MMORPG's strip away all that context and immersion and bombard players with JUST the shallow, addictive bits. They are literally designed to get people addicted and playing for years at a time. #3.1
You have to understand that gamers are just as much the problem as the corporate shills. Basically, if a review doesn't read like a cheerleading routine for one team or the other, there will ALWAYS be a sizable group of individuals that will spout vitriol all over the individual who wrote it.

It's convenient to try and weigh all the blame on one side or the other, but the fact of the matter is corporate shenanigans will never go away because it (ironically) excretes a... #1.1.4
They all have a unique flavor to them. DS2 seems to put a bigger focus on sprawling exploration and narrative than the past two games. It's got probably the most impressive cast of any Souls game, and the most epic vistas and backstory.

I mean...a legendary King that went mad while warring with an army of vengeful giants from across the sea?

Goddamn epic, dude.

It's not necessarily the best Souls game in the gameplay department, but I... #1.2.5
Actually, the statement directly from the developers (and not Eurogamers "source") was:

"A developer is always challenged with creating the most rewarding gaming experience while delivering continuity in graphical quality, gameplay dynamics, and balance within the game. The final version of Dark Souls 2 displays the culmination of this delicate balance and we're very proud of the positive media and fan reception for the game."

So more... #1.2.2
This is what fanboyism is, and no side is more in the right than the other, and there are no excuses to be made for either side.

One day, perhaps all gamers will unite in the realization that ALL big businesses are constantly trying to rape us hardcore. For now, though, the civil war continues. #1.1.16
Aw, cool. Didnt see this coming. I'll definitely be picking this one up.

This game still has the best campaign of any RTS I've ever played, as far as I'm concerned. #3
Yeah, most people are in the same boat as you guys. I dont know why I'm having such a hard time with it.

Aside from my lack of skill, though, I found that there are a LOT more points in the game that are made artificially difficult this time around (spell spammers, unavoidable damage, iffy hitboxes, crazy enemy lock-on tracking, etc). I love the vastness of the world though. It's still an incredible game in an incredible series. #1.1.3
Oh, don't get me wrong. I'm not insecure. It's just that we have been watching this same depiction of geeks since the friggin 80's. It's WAY past redundant at this point. #1.1.7
I've been reading that too. I've played all three, though, and this has been by far the hardest one for me. Sad to say too, though, I also have found this to be the cheapest of all the games by far as well. #1.1
@Snookies12

I hate it because it is yet another depiction of geeks as pathetic beta losers that need to be socially "saved" through booze and vagina exposure.

...not that I mind the show's success. People like what they like. #1.1.5
Yeah, I can imagine. You're probably too busy starring...in all....those movies...

Oh sorry. At least you'll always have Tombstone. #1.3
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