Valenka (User)

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"Oh hun, such a drama queen."


Watch Dogs was an overall disappointment for me, compared to how it looked and felt at E3 in 2012. It was vastly different than implied and while I had fun for awhile with it, it left a stale taste behind. #4
150d ago by Valenka | View comment
Graphics certainly do not make a better game, but they help sometimes. I usually rule in the favour of gameplay over graphics; for instance, I'd much rather play GoldenEye on N64 opposed to Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. #2
150d ago by Valenka | View comment
I rarely comment enough to have a decent enough shot at the prize, but here's hoping! #91
150d ago by Valenka | View comment
PlayStation marketing manager says, "GTA is a PlayStation franchise."

Good job. Way to start a console war. #30
161d ago by Valenka | View comment
$400 eh? Makes me want to comment on things a lot more than I do. :P #56
163d ago by Valenka | View comment
I half expected this blog to touch on 'realism' and the likes, not prejudices and stereotypes. An interesting read. #1
172d ago by Valenka | View comment
I have to disagree here entirely; there is no defending microtransactions and as soon as I read the title of the article, I rolled my eyes and chuckled. The fact of the matter is, microtransactions are nothing to defend as they are not necessary. They are merely a ploy to get customers to spend more money when they shouldn't be asked to.

With Grand Theft Auto Online for example, which seems to be the hottest topic of microtransactions today, Rockstar Games simply wants to... #3
175d ago by Valenka | View comment
Let's have a counter-argument.

1.) Watch Dogs doesn't need shooting inside vehicles. Hacking is Aiden's primary weapon. That's the point. It isn't Grand Theft Auto.

2.) Your 'average' statistic is null and void without any factual evidence. But yes, let's all find the wealthiest person in the game, hack into their bank account and get $1,000,000 immediately and then buy everything we want within the first twenty minutes of the... #1
176d ago by Valenka | View comment
I'm a little disappointed with the size, but if the game's world is as living and breathing as Ubisoft is claiming, that disappointment will soon vanish. #13
183d ago by Valenka | View comment
@lex-1020, I stopped reading this comment as soon as you made the false assumption that I've never worked in customer service. Actually, I've worked in customer service and sales for six years, was the manager of one of the most popular chain stores on the East Coast and have had more successes running my store and with my customers than you'd had diaper changes as an infant.

In addition, I've also worked as a telemarketing agent and a phone support agent, so... #3.2
183d ago by Valenka | View comment
Good point, Nicaragua. That's what I feel is some companies' ultimate failure; you're going to hire representatives to...well, represent your product and they don't know diddly squat about it. I'm not entirely sure if the UK and the US share that practice, but it wouldn't surprise me if the very same was going on down here. #1.1
183d ago by Valenka | View comment
I'm curious as to whether or not the article is mistaken. "First is from the Xbox One version and second is from the E3 2012 build." That first screenshot looks pretty damn good compared to the E3 2012 screenshot. #19
184d ago by Valenka | View comment
I don't even know what I'd do with a PS4 since I already have an Xbox One. I'd probably give it to my boyfriend if he ever manages to have enough time to actually sit and play a video game other than Skyrim. #65
224d ago by Valenka | View comment
I don't understand why this article is categorised as a rumour; it's clearly a fact. #47
235d ago by Valenka | View comment
I can certainly understand why you feel the way you do and essentially, I think the reason why I loved it so much was mainly because of the storytelling and execution. It didn't feel like much of a video game and it was certainly lacking on a number of aspects, but there was something about it that not only captured my interest, but hooked me well enough to play it over and over again.

I actually like it more than Heavy Rain and HR was a game I was clucking about to every... #3.1.1
239d ago by Valenka | View comment
I downloaded the game after reading this review and I have to say, it is completely spot on. Papers, Please is a horribly depressing creation that I simply cannot tear myself away from. I was only able to last about four days/missions or so before my character's family died before I could earn enough money required to purchase enough medicine for the lot of them. Mind you, that was before I realised that I get paid based on how many immigrants I correctly approve/deny and not on the gener... #4
240d ago by Valenka | View comment
I did not expect to see a 4.4/10 rating at all, but good review nevertheless. #3
240d ago by Valenka | View comment
Fingers crossed!
Medium is my size. #131
240d ago by Valenka | View comment
Micro-transactions are, simply put, Satan's bread and butter. It's old news that this world is founded on greed, currency and any type of method that would yield the consumerism market on the company's end more capital. However, micro-transactions are becoming more and more present in realms outside of MMO/MMORPG games and that's troubling.

Downloadable content and add-ons are micro-transactions in themselves; additional content accessible through additional p... #1
245d ago by Valenka | View comment
Congratulations to the winners! A great way to start the new year, if I do say so myself. :) #10
288d ago by Valenka | View comment
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