Bimkoblerutso (User)

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Very nice review. I like that Easter Eggs section. I wish more reviews had that kind of stuff.

I'm not going to deny that the game has some glaring design flaws, and the story of all over the place, but it's got a cheesy, classic Japanese horror vibe that I think some people appreciate more than others. I guess if you can't get "into" it, the gameplay issues and (purposely) incoherent story become a little more grating for certain people.... #3
I haven't used the 880's with the mixamp, but my Q701's do benefit quite a bit from it when gaming. In fact, I would say the mixamp is a better investment than the actual headset. #1.2.2
With the A50's you're paying a lot for the convenience of having a decent sounding wireless headset with an integrated mic. There's nothing wrong with that.

They definitely aren't the best sounding headphones in this price bracket, though...not even close. The 880's sound much better, even the 32ohm model. Plus, for all the talk of "surround sound," I have found quite a few cheaper stereo headphones with better soundstage and imaging without the... #1.2
I still think DA2 gets more hate than it deserves, but yeah, I'm with you.

DA2 is kind of like Bioware's Seinfeld. It felt like a game about nothing. #4.1
I think some of the D&D "purists" are still going to be a little upset about the combat. To me, though, it sounds like they found a good way of making it fun even if it hardly resembles faithful D&D mechanics at this point.

I'm just glad the world is finally going to feel like something other than a bunch of lifeless corridors. #1.1.1
Ironically, with the state of video game journalism right now, embargoes are a better indicator of how a game is going to turn out than if it was actually reviewed early.

Tell me THAT isn't the saddest thing you've read all day... #1.1
Well, it's much closer to 1, 2, and 3 than it is to 4. It's not a pirate simulator anymore.

...I really liked that 4 brought something new to the table, myself. #4.1
Me too, but I still loved MM just about as much.

They're kind of like the Godfather Part I and II of the gaming world. #2.1.1
We need another arena FPS like we need a hole in the head.

It could still be fun, but color me a little disappointed that this is not something a little more...expansive. #3

It's a different kind of frightening. PT is the sickening "fear of the unknown" kind of creepy horror. Alien: Isolation is the "dear god, the monster is two inches away from you, hold your breath" kind of terrifying.

Both two of the scariest games ever for different reasons, in my opinion. #1.1.3
It's a weird thing, really, because I've always kind of disliked games that throw sexuality in my face for no apparent reason...I think because porn is already about as easily accessible as it can possibly be, so why do I need a boner while I'm playing an action game?

But it's never really BOTHERED me to the extent that I feel like it should be banned or even widely chastised in the industry. Even in a game like Bayonetta, for instance, her sexuality seems to... #2.1
Yeah, might be in the minority here, but it really killed the atmosphere at the end when I was wondering around literally for an hour, randomly clicking on things trying to figure out what to do.

I like the idea of more "outside-the-box" puzzles, but there has to be SOME kind of logical hint of what you're supposed to do to solve them.

Still the scariest ghost I have seen in a video game, though, demo or otherwise. #8.1
I honestly don't think they should start down this path of strict rules and restrictions, but it's just somewhat sad that a site literally created to showcase games apparently cannot be successful without real world fanservice that has nothing to do with games. #1.2.1
Well, the trick is to have a little faith in the human race, melodramatic as that sounds.

The vast, VAST majority of people out there thankfully would not really ever want to play games with that kind of crap in it, so the ones that are literally created for shock value almost always die with little attention given to them outside of their initial controversy.

"Banning" is not the right course of action because it's such a slippery slope. Let t... #2.2.3
You must not be acquainted with the "Souls" series. They are about as far from hack and slash as action games can get. The series is known for it's expert world building, pinpoint mechanics, and brutal-but-fair difficulty.

Bloodborne is a kind of "spiritual successor" to Demons Souls, the first game in the series. #1.6.1
You know what's weird? It makes me very happy to see the ragdoll dead bodies back in this one, for some reason. haha #1.5
Oh, Dan_scruggs. Your training in the use of non-sequiturs is strong, but it has been used by the anti-gamergaters to the point of self-parody. It has no effect on me... #3.1.2
Or, you can very rightfully be skeptical of the blatantly one-sided media coverage of Gamergate.

I know that I am not a psycho. I have honestly not met any psycho gamers in real life. From what I can tell, most supporters here at N4G aren't psychos.

So how is it that I, a man who is steeped in the gaming culture, have not met one crazy psycho gamergater that wants to rape or kill women, and yet the media is unable to track even one level-headed gamergate... #3.1
I don't actually get it. What is this, the 80's? Who the hell is going to go out and buy a Playboy mag or pay a subscription fee to see a decent cosplay of Bayonetta?

Why not choose an advertising partner that is still relevant? #1.3
Except with none of the satire or artistic merit.

It's closer to a movie like Hostel. #5.1
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