Valenka (User)

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"Oh hun, such a drama queen."


I'm excited to truly see in-game how expansive it is. #1
468d ago by Valenka | View comment
Two possibilities: the screenshot is from beta gameplay or those men are hirelings, because that does not look like Trevor or Franklin. The man in the centre has the same hair colour and style of Michael, but the other two...not so much. #21
471d ago by Valenka | View comment
No one knows about any robberies you can commit aside from bank heists and ripping off armoured trucks. As for your second questions, you can purchase properties as well as companies. #18.1
471d ago by Valenka | View comment
Like many things, it is a place-holder until prices are announced. They can't risk giving you a lower price than what it'll be, because when the price increases, Amazon's clientele will most certainly revolt. #1
474d ago by Valenka | View comment
I understand what you're saying but I have to disagree for just one reason: just because someone purchases the Xbox One does not mean they lack the ability to think for themselves. It could be the simple reason of the Xbox One appealing more to them than a PlayStation 4.

However, at this moment given what we know about the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, how the Xbox One could be more appealing is beyond me, unless you care more about playing fantasy football and watching... #2.1
478d ago by Valenka | View comment
Truer words were never spoken. Kudos to Strass Zelnick. #19
478d ago by Valenka | View comment
It was revealed that The Sims 4 is strictly an offline, single player experience; as it should be in my opinion. I don't doubt that they'll have some features similar to The Sims 3's Facebook-like add-on that allows you to see what your friends are up to. Friends being those you're friends with on The Sims' forum/website. #3.1
479d ago by Valenka | View comment
"And yes, I’ve seen people do just that, buy a used game to just save 5 bucks, sure you get the same game and can spend that money on something else, but it would be better to support who made the game rather than a retail chain."

Well have you considered that perhaps some people want to play the game without having to support the developer? I don't like Activision so I tend to buy any game from them that catches my eye as preowned because I do not want them hav... #1
480d ago by Valenka | View comment
Lord Jesus take the wheel. #13
485d ago by Valenka | View comment
I work at GameStop and a lot of those points were spot-on. The rest I either haven't any experience with or not enough to form a valid opinion. #1
490d ago by Valenka | View comment
I'm absolutely loving the roll you're on in terms of blogs. Submission after submission is literally spot-on in the subject of discussion. I'm looking forward to the next one! #1
497d ago by Valenka | View comment
I'm going to have to agree with DragonKnight - the only reason I removed my report on her blog was because I'm not going to waste time reprimanding someone for paragraph structure. If their submission oozes quality and the only thing wrong with it is the line-breaking, then I'm just going to give it an approval.

However, DragonKnight is spot on. It does not make it "easier to read." I personally think that's a poor-man's excuse for "I'm... #5.1
497d ago by Valenka | View comment
Agreed. I understand that N4G is not a professional journalism median as say, Game Informer, but that does not mean users can simply grunt their submission and move on. As SilentNegotiator said, it's going to be featured on the main page so at least take the time to proofread and fix any obvious errors.

I'll admit I can be pretty anal about certain things, but it's because I sense laziness in the writing. People need to have pride in their contributions and by pus... #1.2
498d ago by Valenka | View comment
With the runtime error page, the URL for the article is in the address bar. Just remove the N4G 'click-to' text and direct yourself to the article. I'd post the link, but it refused saying "Your comment looks like spam."

You're not missing anything either way. It's a terrible 'article.' #1.1
501d ago by Valenka | View comment
In my opinion, I think it's petty to discuss terminology in such a serious light. It's not that big of a deal - most if not all gamers know what is what. The term "next-generation" speaks of technological advances from the current generation, whether it be of video game consoles or computers, for instance. People misuse a lot of terminology, but it doesn't need to be treated as such an ordeal. #1
503d ago by Valenka | View comment
What a horrid article. While I would love a female protagonist in Grand Theft Auto, this article does no justice in the argument of why one should be included. Plus, GTA 5 already has its three protagonists - they should be talking about GTA 6 (providing the possibility of there being one) instead of GTA 5, where it's too late to change anything so drastic four months from launch. #2
503d ago by Valenka | View comment
I always buy preowned games mainly because there are no rental stores within 40 miles of me aside from RedBox - if I don't like the game, I can return it within a week for a full refund or exchange.

The second factor that compels me to purchase preowned games is the price; if I can save money (whether it be a mere $5 or a nice $10) I'll buy it preowned. On a rare occasion, if there's an online pass I'm missing out on (that is if I even want to play the game on... #1
507d ago by Valenka | View comment | Well said
Like I said previously, writing a blog about this subject will not yield any results. Making indiscriminate attacks towards the staff is not a wise action and as dedicatedtogamers said, if you don't like the website, the door is ready for you. #2
507d ago by Valenka | View comment
It's a well known fact that there will always be spam profiles created on websites like this. Even if the staff install one of those CAPTCHA systems to deter spambots, there's always a way to circumvent it.

With that being said, however, is it not bad taste to write a spam blog about spam? N4G is about gaming - spam is not gaming. :P

(that was a joke, in the event that someone decides to take it seriously) #1
507d ago by Valenka | View comment
Piracy and hacking are against federal laws in my country and breaking those laws are not acceptable. There is no room for leniency or debate on that part. In my opinion, the bottom line is that the law is against it and that is the final word. #1
508d ago by Valenka | View comment
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