DragonKnight (User)

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@Concertoine: The 60 or 70% revenue sharing is pretty bogus though as there are MCN's that will give you 90% #1.1.2
1d 11h ago by DragonKnight | View comment
I watched a video on the deal. Nintendo will allow anyone to make Youtube videos featuring their products provided you A) Either partner with the Nintendo Creator's MCN (Multi-Channel Network) or B) If you don't want to partner, you may register individual videos with the program.

If you partner with the MCN you get 70% of the ad revenue Google gives Nintendo. If don't and simply register your individual videos, you get 60% of the ad revenue. Partner's of Nint... #1.1
1d 12h ago by DragonKnight | View comment
Lords of the Fallen is such a disappointment. #1
Pre-ordering is part of the chain of problems. Pre-ordering a game shows the publisher that you don't give a damn if the game is complete when it releases, so why should they give a damn to complete the game if you don't care? #2.1.1
I don't understand how it got game of the year after having JUST come out shortly before the awards.

Don't get me wrong, it's a great game overall, but I've long suspected that the Game Awards are fixed in some ways. #2.1
What a twist! #5.1
There's merit to what he says though. Although Nomura has never come out and said that he wants his FF game to be more like an FPS, he hasn't been the director for awhile. Toriyama was the one to say he wants his games to be more like FPS in terms of progression and removing story control from the player, but he's not involved with this game I believe.

Still, the idea is prevalent in Square Enix, and Final Fantasy is continuing to move further and further away fro... #2.1.3
"Definitely just the best in overall visual quality."


Don't get sucked up in hype. Remember what FFXIII was. Everyone thought it would be great, and then it wasn't. #1.2.2
@rainslacker: Yes, I am condescending in my reply to him. Most of the time my responses are of a "in kind" manner. Moldy came into my blog, b*tched about its content, made an irrelevant slight against rap music, and then proceeded to insult every member of the site with his assertion that people are trying to improve their status here so they don't care what they submit. Implying that 90% of the site contains non-gaming related material and doing it all under a smugness that I f... #1.1.4
*sigh* Look, this has been said MANY times before. DX12 will help the Xbox One do what it does SLIGHTLY more efficiently. Phil said himself there will not be some significant benefit, just some small efficiencies being improved, but it can't unlock some magical hidden power hidden within the Xbox One hardware like Guru did for Gohan in Dragonball Z.

You will never see anyone but Xbox fanboys saying that DX12 is going to make the Xbox One more powerful than the PS4, even M... #1.1.4
Well I was only speaking in the context of what inspired the blog, but I definitely wanted to hear other interpretations. I also think Nintendo are perfectionists like Kubrick though. There are few developers out there that will willingly take their time to make sure a game is done properly, even enduring fanboy ire for years, like Nintendo does. #3.1
First, I didn't call you a douchebag so stop projecting your obvious insecurities onto my comments. I said I'd write a blog filled with cynicism and douchebaggery. Second, I'm not embarrassed by anything I say and I don't care if you want to feel embarrassed on anyone's behalf. Do you have a school of etiquette somewhere? Is that why you feel like you have some right or duty to insert what you feel is appropriate commentating or blog writing everywhere you go?
Oh forgive me, I didn't know that Square Enix, Shinji Mikami, Rockstar, Nintendo, and Activision were not part of the gaming industry, nor that discussing their various styles of game development also was not part of the gaming industry. I also forgot that people can't take inspiration from anything and have to pull ideas out of the ether of nothingness. Thanks for reminding me of those facts.

Next time I'll remember this and write a blog for you, something that d... #1.1
We need to start showing the people that approve these crap articles what it's like to have the articles flooded with Lame reports to show that we don't want these articles on the site. The problem is that the approvals are never met with any kind of resistance until it's too late. #1.1.1
I have to disagree with something. Top 10 lists need to be buried too. Sick of sites like whatculture.com coming out with 30 page lists for 30 games that have 1 game and a couple of sentences per page just to mount up the clicks. Those are spam too in my opinion. #1
"Infantilizing the industry and its primary demographic because of the professionally offended and idiotic/incompetent parents, as you seem to be suggesting, will hurt our hobby. Every other medium can use rape, torture, and all other topic that is considered taboo and "controversial" when a game does it simply because these people believe the primary demographic are still children."

You misunderstand. I'm not suggesting the industry be infantilized, I... #4.1.1
Explain to me why you're trying to use a two-handed, horizontally swinging weapon in a narrow corridor and why that's a "wrong reason" the game is hard and not, rather, a reason you're playing the game wrong?

Did you know that if you swing a weapon against a wall in real life, the weapon will actually bounce off of it? I know, it sounds crazy but it's true. #1.3.4
For an industry whose primary audience is adults (moreso male than female, but that's not really too important), you'd think that controversy wouldn't really be a real thing for gaming. Adults are supposed to be able to distinguish real problems from non-problems and act accordingly, but I'd say that in the state that it is now, controversy isn't good for gaming.

Try making a game that can mimic what actually occurs in real life and you get called any numb... #4
To be the grind you have to beat the grind. #2.1.6
"He either gave his account info to someone to do the game sharing steam allows or he got phished."

Because Steam can't/doesn't get hacked right? It's more impenetrable than the Pentagon right? #5.2.2
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