Dlacy13g (User)

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Its odd it's sooo European centric given the popularity of so many American and Japanese cars. #11
8h ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
I love Insomniac sense of humor and their crazy assortment of guns in games....this seems to have all that. I am willing to take the plunge. #10
9h ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
100% agree! I am not always the biggest fan of Angry Joe but I have to say this review was funny and spot on. #1.1
10h ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
Its a very odd last minute delay to say the least. Either some major OS bug was found for the Chinese version or some kind of red tape issue arose. Can't see any other explanation really. #8
1d 10h ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
I consider Nascar/Racing to be a technological competition. Yes the drivers have to have a level of physical endurance few have, and a mental toughness that even fewer have which puts it in neighborhood of "sport" for me BUT... the technology behind the cars plays as big a role in the races and thus why I see it more a competition of tech vs pure sport. #6.1
2d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
lol... a desperate move. ROFL... its a money making machine pure and simple. #30
2d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
To the topic question: a person who plays video games as one of their hobbies. This notion of needing to classify is silly. Just my two cents. #2
3d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
I view "eSports" more as competitions of mental skill not on of physical skill which is what I consider to "sports" to be. Its a subtle difference but to me "sports" entails a level of physical strength and/or endurance along with physical coordination. eSports is more mental skill and hand / eye coordination than anything. Just my personal take.

And it also should be noted that while I may not consider "eSports" to be a "sport&... #3
3d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
Sad story indeed. Thoughts and prayers for him and the family. #13
3d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
Nah, I don't do goggles but I also am not one to witch hunt for the sake of which hunting.

I thought the final word was pretty spot on: What GamerGate showed us was how a small group of angry 4chan users apparently convinced a horde of well-meaning people to believe that they should silence certain women for the good of all. The willingness shared by too many of us to believe that the ends justify the means was ruthlessly exploited here. Attention must be paid. #7.1.1
4d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
It plays to Insomniacs strengths too which are comedic writing and fun crazy weapons. #2.1
4d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
I think the review scores are accurate, but I also think a 6 or 7 out of 10 game can still be a fun experience and one I want to play. I just am not going to run around saying GOTY for it. #8
4d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
Nobody is and its a fair comment from you. I saw the article, and I chose to read it and came away disappointed by what I read on a few levels. Most notably that these stories dominate our headlines these days vs things like videos of game play on upcoming games. #3.3.1
4d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
Actually the problem is that gaming journalism isn't journalism. Its an industry that effectively is made up of enthusiasts with no actual journalism background. I have no doubt that 99% of all the gaming journalists in the major sites would be laughed out of the offices of an actual News organization if they applied. Somehow we came to view these people as "trained reporters of the gaming news" when in reality the majority are just trained to repeat what they see and hear.... #3.1.1
4d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
Did people actually think these journalists all live in a vacuum and don't talk to one another on this kind of level? It's not a hive mind mentality (although breitbart would have us believe that) but pretty clear gaming journalism circles are very connected and that at times has certainly flavored more than a few reviews in one direction or another as they discuss things. But you can say with a degree of certainty that same kind of conversation takes place internally at the game si... #3
4d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
Demo was fun and by far my new favorite race is the cross country race. Just a blast cruising the country side and the pay off of sometimes trying to short cut through trees at times ... total risk /reward manuever is great. #9
4d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
Its a bit of a long read but ultimately a pretty good one. #7
4d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
Wait... I am confused. Are you saying that the gamer whining / crying mentality that has emerged is directly related to women? #4.1
4d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
Still looking like it will be a nice racer for the PS4. That said there were two things that stood out as annoyances in that video (one game related and one more to do with the demo person): 1) the guy driving the car constantly tapping left and right to keep the car straight made driving look like a bit of an unstable control scheme with the cars constantly rocking back and forth like they had no sway control. I am assuming this was his skill level and not an actual control issue, but it... #19
4d ago by Dlacy13g | View comment
@Mega24 ... and we have seen countless articles about parents / kids hurting/killing others because their game console was taken away or messed with in the U.S. and elsewhere. Its pretty much a crappy world period, doesn't matter where you live these days. #5.1.2
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