Regardless of this discussion, I want Tomb Raider. That is all.
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There was no reason to grind in the dawn of souls remake. I played through that without grinding and had no issues with difficulty at all.Yep. I played through the rebalanced version, and it helped the game's pacing a ton.
The original FF2 for nes was a different story though. All the grind issues were addressed in dawn of souls.
I'll admit I didn't find their reviews to be very good... however, often 1UP had some really great articles and independent features highly worth reading.Yeah, their features were much more interesting. I think Parish is landing at IGN, who they had merged with last year. They were already in pretty bad condition, from what I understand.
Well I hope Parish keeps Gamespite going and he finds work somewhere else. Hey, maybe Shall We Game should hire him.
The good news is, once in a while there's good new stuff. For all the Call Of Duty and Just Dance games, once in a while we get a Ghost Trick or a Miasmata.Yes, yes there is. I'm not that jaded yet, thankfully.
Sarge, we really like this devil's advocate game, don't we? Anyway, the sexism is related to the character and how out-of-character Samus appears despite her built-up past endeavors, like killing the shit out of entire alien races in the past (not condoning genocide, but that's effectively what Samus does). It's hard to imagine her as a whiny girl, much less taking insane orders from her commander (run into the fiery death room and don't put your protective armor on!). It's not just that, but the fact that she's frequently rescued by men despite never having been rescued by one in the past, etc. There's a whole slew of problems going on that aren't justifiable. They're also out-of-character in a sense of being fairly disrespectful of what does and doesn't qualify as post-traumatic stress disorder. Someone who suffers from that doesn't magically snap out of it and become their normal killing-machine-self in less than a few seconds. Soldiers die on the battlefield as a result of this stuff.I don't think I'm even playing devil's advocate on this one. We'll just disagree on this one, and move on.
You patent to process so someone else can't, it's as simple as that. You do it so that you don't lose out on prospective income in the future.Oh, I know... but who even thinks to patent something like that? I see the light at the end of the DRM tunnel, and I'm pretty sure it's a train. It may not be here yet, but it's coming.
You see this cookie? --->But... but... I like cookies. *sniffle*
That was going to be yours before you played Devil's Advocate for Kotaku and Edge.
That cookie is long gone now. There's not even any crumbs left.
You can sniff the plate if you want though.
I've noticed a trend for a lot of older gamers (late twenties and into thirties and beyond) that we spend more time reading and debating about games than actually playing them. What's up with that?Because we have less time for them in general, and it's easier to argue about common experiences we've already had than overcome our initial apathy to actually play something new? Dunno. Maybe waxing nostalgic? Probably some of that, too.
As long as we remember our gaming resolutions for this year, we'll be fine.Resolution? I don't remember a resolution. No sir. Not at all. Someone clearly hacked my account.