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  1. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Aya Reiko in Star Citizen news and weekly shows   
    In addition to this, Crytek has enlisted the services of Skadden to represent them.  This is a ultra top tier law firm.  One of their recent victories; Zenimax v Facebook/Oculus Rift.  CryTek is out for blood.
  2. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Kaz32 in Star Wars the Last Jedi review. Not an Empire Strikes Back copy. And it's awesome.   
    The film takes place right after Force Awakens. Rey met Luke in his little island, and the First Order is attacking the Resistance. What happens afterwards? If you see the trailer, you'll know the bits and pieces. Luke teaches Rey to be a Jedi, and the Resistance fights the First Order. I will not say what happens next, just watch the film. It's a fucking blast. Except 1 part of the film which I'll get to.
     
    Like I said, this film is not just a copy of Empire Strikes Back. It does new stuff which the series has not done before. Which is awesome. Well actually there is kind of a copy of the battle of Hoth, but that's about it.
     
    How is Luke in this film? Well, unlike what the trailers shown which shows him being a prick, he's actually still the good old Luke from before. Older and jaded, but he's still Luke. And he's more of a troll this time, which gives a few funny moments when he trains Rey.
     
    Everyone else are also good as usual. Chewie, Rey, Finn, Poe, Leia, they all get their screentimes and they're good in their roles. Kylo Ren even have more character development in this film, which is great. Hux also get more time to show how much of a hilariously inept but funny tool he is. In case you don't know, he's this guy.

    The film also shows funny sides to the First Order, like how everyone there pretty much give 0 fucks about Hux, and there's robot maids ironing out uniforms. Never thought I see that in a Star Wars film. lol.
     
    Plus the island Luke is in has a couple of funny stuff. Like the Porgs. Really freaking cute and not annoying like the Ewoks. Apparently the island is full of maids that look after Luke. Funny stuff does ensues with them. Also what does Luke do to keep himself fed in the island? He catch giant fishes and drink milk from a 4 breasted alien....... thing. 
     
    So many moments in this film are so good, that the entire audience and me clapped our hands. Which unfortunately I can't say anything about because they're massive spoilers. 
     
    There are a couple of stuff in the film that's weak. Like how Snoke, yes, Snoke, and Captain Phasma are unexplored and you still don't know who they were before they become what they are. They do have good scenes, but you don't learn anything about their backstory, which is a shame. Also don't really like the part with Finn and a new character named Rose Tico. This lady.

    As a character, she's alright. And their scenes in the film are necessary for the overall story, but it's just not as interesting as the Rey + Resistance stuff. Basically they have to get someone that knows how to infiltrate the First Order's ship undetected, and to do that they have to do a sidequest. Like that mission in Mass Effect 2 with Kasumi Todoh. Yeah, remember that part where Shepard and Kasumi infiltrates some rich guy's mansion? Replace "steal the graybox" with "find the guy". It's not as good as the rest of the film, but thankfully once it's finished, the film reaches high gear and gets better and better until the end.
     
    I had a fucking damn good time with the film. Aside from the few issues, everything else is awesome. A lot of cool scenes, funny scenes, and new directions to the story without being stupid like the prequels. Is it better than Force Awakens? Well yeah! I like it more than Force Awakens. I give this film the rating of "so damn good that I can't wait to see episode 9 to see how it all ends." With a badass seal of approval.

    9 out of 10. Watch this film.
  3. tbolt1976 liked a post in a topic by Crazycrab in Some danger and action today   
    What drives people to do this stupid shit?  It might not have been a real gun but in eyes of the law that doesn't matter, he could do serious time!
  4. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Cyborg-Rox in Game Awards 2017.   
    Overwatch won Best Ongoing game... Over Warframe... Get outta here!
    Seems like only thing that mattered in these awards were popularity.
  5. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by tbolt1976 in Hello, from Council Member Delrith!   
    It's ok. i understand this has been a problem in the past with some members but trust me. Gaining attention from angry joe or any other person is not why Im here! my sole purpose for being here is Video game talk, and just hanging out.  so all is forgiven . and besides! Ive read the rules and have no problem following any of them! 
  6. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by SpaceZambonie in AngryJoeShow - YouTuber Fighting Game   
    Hey everyone!
    I'm very new to this site! I just signed up now. I have been trying to reach Joe Vargas for a while now, via twitter, instagram, and exc. 

    I am in the progress of making a 2D Fighting Game. It's a fan project using FM2nd. The idea of the game is to feature several YouTubers duking it out in a fun, fast paced, style. I've been working on it for the latter half of this year, and am slowly progressing. I was hoping to get in contact with the AngryJoeShow to see if I could represent them in the game via a character. The character would be Joe, and have references to different episodes of the show. 
    On twitter I have posted a quick snipit of gameplay, which is still a work in progress. 
     
    I'm also looking to include the AVGN as well as the Nostalgia Critic. I believe all three of these YouTubers have helped shape the way the platform has grown, and it would be great if I could represent them all in some way. 
    I currently have a few other YouTubers joining the fold as well, that I have already received permission from. 

    If anyone could help send me in his direction, to see if I can get approval, please let me know! Thanks everyone for your time!

  7. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Psykogrl in Valve CAN afford quality control for Steam. Easily...   
    You should email Jim Sterling... He's always making videos about Steam, first with Steam Direct and now with Greenlight, about how they don't give a shit about the garbage that is being posted to their storefront b/c they are getting their 100 bucks, plus whatever cut they get of sales. With all the math done out like that, it kind of drives the point home even more that Valve just doesn't care about anything w/ this process except the $
  8. Psykogrl liked a post in a topic by Crazycrab in Valve CAN afford quality control for Steam. Easily...   
    These companies seem to think that algorithms are the best way to go because using Artificial intelligence is just SO much better (what they really mean is cheaper of course) than hiring ACTUAL intelligence.  In some cases it is necessary like YouTube where 300 hours of video is uploaded every minute which is obviously way to much for people to handle on their own.  The system might be broken there to but what needs is to be improved rather than replaced.
     
    But as Shagger has proven here Valve only to need to employ about 6 people to manually review each product that gets uploaded and then maybe another 6 to cover legal, clerical and management duties to solve this problem.  It's absolutely ridiculous that Valve go to this little effort when it comes to QC, they'd rather let Steam groups like Sentinels of the Store do it for them and to their credit they do a fantastic job of warning potential buyers of asset flippers, meme games and con jobs.  The problem is they can only act once it's already uploaded to the storefront.  With just a dozen people on Valve's payroll they would almost never get there and groups like Sentinels of the Store wouldn't even be needed.
     
    Well..... we might as well end this with Jim Fucking Sterling Son talking about how shitty Steam still is.... have fun!
     
     
  9. Psykogrl liked a post in a topic by Crazycrab in Valve CAN afford quality control for Steam. Easily...   
    These companies seem to think that algorithms are the best way to go because using Artificial intelligence is just SO much better (what they really mean is cheaper of course) than hiring ACTUAL intelligence.  In some cases it is necessary like YouTube where 300 hours of video is uploaded every minute which is obviously way to much for people to handle on their own.  The system might be broken there to but what needs is to be improved rather than replaced.
     
    But as Shagger has proven here Valve only to need to employ about 6 people to manually review each product that gets uploaded and then maybe another 6 to cover legal, clerical and management duties to solve this problem.  It's absolutely ridiculous that Valve go to this little effort when it comes to QC, they'd rather let Steam groups like Sentinels of the Store do it for them and to their credit they do a fantastic job of warning potential buyers of asset flippers, meme games and con jobs.  The problem is they can only act once it's already uploaded to the storefront.  With just a dozen people on Valve's payroll they would almost never get there and groups like Sentinels of the Store wouldn't even be needed.
     
    Well..... we might as well end this with Jim Fucking Sterling Son talking about how shitty Steam still is.... have fun!
     
     
  10. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Shagger in Valve CAN afford quality control for Steam. Easily...   
    Steam is a mess, we all know that. The big problem is, of course, that the storefront is flooded with digital diarrhoea covering all the legitimately good and worthwhile indie developer's work and thus they simply can't get noticed and recognised. It's gotten to the point where indie dev's are preferring Nintendo to Steam. Last year more than 4000 games released on Steam, almost half of it's entire library at the time. This year, with December still to go, there has already been more than 6000.
     
    Some people will twist the meaning of these figures to say "look at all the choice Steam offers" or "That's because of how much Steam and PC gaming has grown", but we know the truth. It would be very easy and correct to blame the legions of dickhead developers and asset flippers for using Steam as the dumping ground for all their rancid piles of shit. However, as some will well know, I don't blame the ones who are taking advantage of this opportunity to deploy their get rich quick schemes, I blame the ones that are clearly quite happy to open the door to these bastards in the first place, Valve.
     
    This company makes money faster than paper can even be printed, and are yet unyielding in there insistence that the one thing that would immediately negate these problems can't be done. That being employing actual eyeballs with actual optic nerves to attach them to actual brains certified as actually sane inside actual head's that are parts of actual human beings to do actual quality control. Instead, they depend on a $100 entrance fee (what a deterrent that is) and nice, cheap algorithms that don't work. And that's being kind, I actually believe that Valve lets this happen because of the money they make as result of all this, but that's speculation and I want to stick to actual facts.
     
    There are people who will defend Valve buy saying "To many games get released on Steam every day to check each one" or "Hiring the sheer number of quality control staff to do this work would cost to much money". Well, I am going to test those theories.
     
    First, lets get some base numbers. To say again, 6000+ games released this year minus December. So, that's 6000 games over 334 days (that's the 365 day year minus December) meaning per day the average number of games released on Steam this year has been...
     
    (Apologies for the size of the images. I'm on my tablet and can only use screenshots from my calculator app and the always annoying imgur as file host. Don’t worry, I'm not going to use these screenshots to prove every sum, just the important ones.)
     

     
    ...so, close enough to say 18 games a day.
     
    Really? 18? They can't eyeball 18 games a day on average? And that's the highest its ever been. Obviously there will be days with more that, but there will be days with less to. There's also employee holidays, weekends and sick days to consider, but if Valve were to implement this there would almost certainly be a stated QC period between when a game is presented to them and being approved for sale (maybe 48hrs, for example) to help accommodate such delays and time zone discrepancies. So, 18 a day is a fair average to me to deal with these games quickly. I'm gonna assume for this a game is approved or not approved within 24hrs.
     
    On to the next issue. Cost. I am not gonna just look at how much an individual gets paid for doing this kind of work and build my calculations on that for three reasons;

                1.    I don't know what people in that profession get paid.
                2.    Even if l did know, I'm not gonna expose another persons salary without permission.
                3.    That wouldn't be an accurate estimate to how much an employee costs an employer anyway. There's more to it than just wages.

    So I'm going to approach this a different way. What I'm going to do is imagine a certain amount of people doing this job, analyse the workload so that we know that it's within reasonable parameters for both sides and consider this against the money taken in for that $100 fee per game because that's where that money should go in my opinion. So I am taking 0% of the money made from sales of games, DLC, movies, soundtracks, trading cards and everything else. Just that $100 fee.
     
    First, I want to take that 18 game a day average and apply it to December so we can get an annual figure for games released as an estimate;
     
     

     
    So adding that to 6000 makes a total of 6558  but I'm gonna round that up to 6700 given that at the time of posting we're still in November plus I think December will be a "busy" month given Christmas and all.
     
    Since Valve are to stingy to even employ one person to do quality control, so I'm gonna keep the number of people in this hypothetical scenario down to literally a handful, 5. Not 500, not 50, 5.
     
    So these 5 people doing 40hrs per week is a total of 200 man hours per week, multiply by 52 weeks that's 10,400 man hours per year. Divide that by those 6700 games and;
     
     

     
    ... that's around 90 minutes each employee has to check each game. That may not sound like much, but when comes to games that are not of adequate quality, are non-functional or barley functional, more obvious violations of copyright, offensive or overly obscene material, asset flips and other such dross, one could figure most of these out much more quickly than that. As an average, that's plenty of time, and this is with just 5 people remember.
     
    Speaking of which let's figure out the budget per employee to maintain this scenario between these 5 testers (Valve already have the management in place to remove games and offending developers, so they have the management in place for this already, so managers don't count). If all they have is the money form those $100 fees, then the annual budget per tester in $US is;
     

     
    ... oh, fuck you Valve! FUCK YOU!!!
     
    How do I see this? Well, I think Valve know damn well that if the did do proper QC, it would lead to less games getting published on Steam making even this hypothetical QC more expensive per game in the long run. THAT is why they refuse to do it. They WANT this dross all over Steam. It all comes down to money. So despite everything I just said, I'm wrong. QC would cost more money, but that much more? I say no. Valve just doesn't value their pride, there storefront, their customers nor the indie' development community enough to make these changes, not against the bottom line.
     
    But I'm leaving that and well as my figures open to the jury. Please share your thoughts below
     
  11. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Aya Reiko in Star citizen 3.0 Hype !!   
    "Amazing job", yeah right.
     
  12. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Doctor in New game coming from Forza Horizon dev team. Interesting!   
    You have many good points although I'm still not convinced about need of exclusive games just to keep some platforms alive.
    It is not just PC (Linux, Windows, etc.) I would like to see all games be ported to but I think similar way with devices I don't own or be interested in like for example Nintendo's consoles. I would like to see all possible games ported for their consoles too. Mobile devices are not an exception either - it was great to see Baldur's Gates ported for mobile devices.
    I don't think hardware just in performance point of view but controllers as well. For example I wouldn't expect game developed for Nintendo 2DS would be ported to devices with only one screen. Same with the Kinect and other special HW requirements. It has been good to see some developers are developing different UIs depending of controller a player is using. Another aspect is that I think it is important that developers are able to publish patches without validation. If they are not able to I don't expect the game be ported to those platforms.
    I'm a huge fan on open platforms and huge amount of "bad games" is small price to pay for that since there is huge amount of good games coming steadily as well and users has control over their gaming devices. Gaming sites like indiedb.com, crowdfunding projects, etc. are very important to me and has changes my way and view of gaming for better.
  13. Shagger liked a post in a topic by Crazycrab in New game coming from Forza Horizon dev team. Interesting!   
    I know exclusives wined many gamer's (PC players in particular) up but the fact is they are necessary to keep a balanced and competitive market.  When every game is made available for every piece of hardware what you end up with is this........
     

     
    A flooded market full of the same copy and paste garbage that offers little to no incentive to innovate, deliver quality products and egregious practices are free to run completely out of control.  Open markets can be a blessing at times but they are also a curse and even Stream shares many of these same problems with asset flippers and scammers being able to use it as well as some just terrible unfinished games.
     
    I'm not saying that closed markets are fully impenetrable to this sort of thing (look at Life of Black Tiger on PSN) but it is way more difficult for them to slip trough the cracks and not be called out.  The disadvantage of course is that publishing in a closed market is more difficult and usually more expensive.  Consumers will likely choose buy their products on the open market because they have more choice and publishers would naturally follow them there unless they have some incentive to go for the closed one with the main with incentive being of course..... exclusive products and services!
     
    "PC Master Race" types like to believe that all games should be published on PC merely because it's technicality possible due to the better hardware, but that is a completely ignorant and one sided analysis.  You yourself Doctor seemed to be backing this up by saying technical limitations are the only valid excuse for exclusivity, but this is simply not the case and you should know better.  You might say exclusives are evil but they are a necessary evil because the truth is a fully open market would destroy this industry like it almost did in 1983 when we where in a situation where anybody and their dog could make and sell a game on the Atari 2600.
     
    So if these developers made the decision to continue their prevoius and for the most part successful business relationship with Microsoft making this game exclusive to XBox and Windows 10 platforms, I wouldn't mind.  From a selfish standpoint I would of course prefer to have the option to buy the game on Steam or PSN as well but I'm not going to be hypocritical if they chose an exclusivity deal because I get why it is necessary. 
  14. Shagger liked a post in a topic by Crazycrab in New game coming from Forza Horizon dev team. Interesting!   
    I know exclusives wined many gamer's (PC players in particular) up but the fact is they are necessary to keep a balanced and competitive market.  When every game is made available for every piece of hardware what you end up with is this........
     

     
    A flooded market full of the same copy and paste garbage that offers little to no incentive to innovate, deliver quality products and egregious practices are free to run completely out of control.  Open markets can be a blessing at times but they are also a curse and even Stream shares many of these same problems with asset flippers and scammers being able to use it as well as some just terrible unfinished games.
     
    I'm not saying that closed markets are fully impenetrable to this sort of thing (look at Life of Black Tiger on PSN) but it is way more difficult for them to slip trough the cracks and not be called out.  The disadvantage of course is that publishing in a closed market is more difficult and usually more expensive.  Consumers will likely choose buy their products on the open market because they have more choice and publishers would naturally follow them there unless they have some incentive to go for the closed one with the main with incentive being of course..... exclusive products and services!
     
    "PC Master Race" types like to believe that all games should be published on PC merely because it's technicality possible due to the better hardware, but that is a completely ignorant and one sided analysis.  You yourself Doctor seemed to be backing this up by saying technical limitations are the only valid excuse for exclusivity, but this is simply not the case and you should know better.  You might say exclusives are evil but they are a necessary evil because the truth is a fully open market would destroy this industry like it almost did in 1983 when we where in a situation where anybody and their dog could make and sell a game on the Atari 2600.
     
    So if these developers made the decision to continue their prevoius and for the most part successful business relationship with Microsoft making this game exclusive to XBox and Windows 10 platforms, I wouldn't mind.  From a selfish standpoint I would of course prefer to have the option to buy the game on Steam or PSN as well but I'm not going to be hypocritical if they chose an exclusivity deal because I get why it is necessary. 
  15. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Kaz32 in New game coming from Forza Horizon dev team. Interesting!   
    http://m.au.ign.com/articles/2017/11/23/forza-horizon-devs-secret-new-game-is-an-open-world-action-rpg
     
    It won't be a Forza Horizon racing game for a change, but an open world action rpg titled Project 2 for now. And people who worked on MGS V Phantom Pain, GTA V and even Hellblade Senua's Sacrifice are brought in to make this game. Will it be awesome and bring something new and exciting to the open world action rpg genre? And can it compete with other upcoming open world games like Red Dead Redemption 2, Cyberpunk 2077 and buttload of others? Who the fuck knows. But fingers crossed that it will be sweet!
  16. smuniz83 liked a post in a topic by Crazycrab in Belgium rules that loot boxes IS GAMBLING!!!   
    Well actually it is getting some traction in the US. US House of Representatives Member for the State of Hawaii Chris Lee along with representatives of parental, religious and gaming communicates releases this statement regarding the predatory gambling practices of EA and other game publishers.
     
     
    A number of YouTubers have made videos responding to the situation here and in Belgium as well.  Here is a couple of examples:
     
    Sid Alpha
    YongYea
     
    I'm glad that official government bodies are FINALLY starting to listen, but the gaming community needs to keep the pressure up for 2018 to be the death of the lootbox.
     
  17. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by 59cobalt in Elex. Will it be good, or will it suck?   
    I'm currently playing the game (on PC, still on my first playthrough, 100 hours in). This is my first Piranha Bytes game, so I had no prior experience with Risen or Gothic.
    Up to now I rather like the game. The 3 factions (not counting the Albs) are admittedly a little stereotypical, but still interesting. Each of them has their own culture, their own goals, and their own reasons for doing things the way they do. You learn about their history not only by talking with NPCs, but also from texts and voice recordings you discover as you explore the open world.
    The landscape is beautiful, even though not on the level of Witcher 3 or Skyrim. The character models and animations are serviceable, although there appears to be an odd lack of variation with the female models. The quests aren't stellar, but interesting and diverse enough. How you complete the quests and the way you respond to NPCs affects your chances of joining one of the factions (for instance, I botched several of the Berserker quests and got banned from trading in Goliet until I was able to buy my way back in).
    I didn't like the combat too much. Not only are the enemies ridiculously strong in the beginning (which, from what I heard, is the way Piranha Bytes games are), but attack/defense/dodge don't feel as responsive as combat in Witcher 3 was. By following a couple simple rules I was able to get by, though:
    Complete quests. Complete quests. Complete. Quests. Stick to the roads. Get a companion and have him or her accompany you. Find high ground where enemies can't reach you and kill them from a distance (one combat trainer literally recommends that at some point). He who fights and runs away, may live to fight another day. Also, disable auto lock-on. That is probably the worst mechanic in the entire game. It happened to me more than once that in a group fight the current target was killed mid-combo, so the next innocent bystander got locked-on and attacked, turning them from neutral to hostile. Or that I automagically ran towards an enemy instead of away, because I hadn't sheathed my weapon. *sigh*
    Still, for me the pros clearly outweigh the cons. Not to mention the total lack of loot boxes. Or microtransactions.
    I would rate it 7/10. Maybe 8/10 if the story has a satisfying conclusion. If you enjoyed Witcher 3 and Skyrim then you'll probably like Elex as well.
  18. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Psykogrl in Xbox Black Friday Sale Announced!   
    Xbox Black Friday Sale!
    I'll post the full list of games and prices if you just want to look it over instead of going to the link:
    'n Verlore Verstand | $8.99 | 40% off
    7 Days to Die | $9.00 | 70% off
    ABZU | $10.00 | 50% off
    ARK: Survival Evolved | $38.99 | 35% off
    Agents of Mayhem - Total Mayhem Bundle | $25.00 | 50% off
    Agents of Mayhem | $20.00 | 50% off
    America's Greatest Game Shows: Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! | $20.00 | 50% off
    Arcade Game Series 3-in-1 Pack | $3.20 | 60% off
    Armikrog | $4.00 | 60% off
    Assassin's Creed Origins - Deluxe Edition| $48.99 | 30% off
    Assassin's Creed Origins - Gold Edition | $69.99 | 30% off
    Assassin's Creed Origins | $41.99 | 30% off
    Assassin's Creed Syndicate Gold Edition | $28.00 | 60% off
    Assassin's Creed Syndicate | $20.00 | 60% off
    Assassin's Creed The Ezio Collection | $20.00 | 60% off
    Assassin's Creed Triple Pack: Black Flag, Unity, Syndicate | $29.70 | 67% off
    Assetto Corsa | $17.99 | 40% off
    Back to the Future: The Game - 30th Anniversary Edition | $5.00 | 75% off
    Batman: The Enemy Within - The Complete Season (Episodes 1-5) | $14.99 | 40% off
    Batman: The Telltale Series - The Complete Season (Episodes 1-5) | $7.50 | 70% off
    Battleborn | $7.50 | 75% off
    Battlefield 1 & Titanfall 2 Ultimate Bundle| $40.00 | 50% off
    Battlefield 1 Revolution | $30.00 | 50% off
    Battlefield Bundle | $26.99 | 10% off
    BioShock: The Collection | $19.80 | 67% off
    Black The Fall | $11.24 | 25% off
    Borderlands: The Handsome Collection | $19.80 | 67% off
    Brothers: a Tale of Two Sons | $6.00 | 70% off
    Call of Duty: Black Ops III - Zombies Chronicles Edition | $44.99 | 25% off
    Call of Duty: Black Ops III - Zombies Deluxe | $74.99 | 25% off
    Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - Digital Deluxe Edition | $64.99 | 35% off
    Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - Digital Legacy Edition | $47.99 | 40% off
    Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - Launch Edition | $30.00 | 50% off
    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered| $29.99 | 25% off
    Call of Duty: WWII - Digital Deluxe | $89.99 | 10% off
    Cars 3: Driven to Win | $25.00 | 50% off
    Constructor | $20.00 | 50% off
    Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin | $16.00 | 60% off
    Dark Souls III - Deluxe Edition | $34.00 | 60% off
    Dark Souls III | $24.00 | 60% off
    Dead Island Definitive Collection | $16.00 | 60% off
    Dead Rising 4 Deluxe Edition | $24.00 | 60% off
    Dead Rising 4 | $16.00 | 60% off
    Deadlight: Director's Cut | $3.00 | 80% off
    Defense Grid 2 | $2.25 | 85% off
    Destiny 2 - Digital Deluxe Edition | $74.99 | 25% off
    Destiny 2 - Game + Expansion Pass Bundle | $67.49 | 25% off
    Destiny 2 | $38.99 | 35% off
    Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Digital Deluxe Edition | $13.50 | 85% off
    Deus Ex: Mankind Divided | $9.00 | 85% off
    DiRT 4 | $30.00 | 50% off
    Dishonored 2 | $20.00 | 50% off
    Dishonored Definitive Edition | $10.00 | 50% off
    Dishonored The Complete Collection | $32.00 | 60% off
    Dishonored: Death of the Outsider Deluxe Bundle | $30.00 | 50% off
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  19. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by The Anti-Santa in Should video games be accessible to everyone?   
    Games are big enough for everyone, and if a challenging game like Cuphead has an 'easy mode' for less skilled players to enjoy it, then more power to them. It's all optional, after all.
  20. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by PlasticFrogCG in COD WW2 Angry Review.   
    Jokes aside...why can't we see our feet yet in FPS games? The old "less to render" argument is moot with todays engines and gaming systems and I know for a fact that almost all the Fallout/Elder Scolls games have mods to give you a first person body and they are generally well received (still waiting for a Fallout 4 one).
  21. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Kaz32 in Stranger things season 2   
    There comes a time where we think to ourselves "wow, how did I not like this stuff before??" Like how I didn't like to play a Tomb Raider game or games with girls as the protagonists because I don't like playing as a girl, and then later on I decided "girl or not, who gives a crap if the games are awesome?" and played the Tomb Raider reboot, Bayonetta, Mirror's Edge, Metroid and Horizon Zero Dawn. It happens.
     
    Wow..... Eleven can rap that well?? Jeezus! Is there a thing that she can't do??
  22. Kaz32 liked a post in a topic by Crazycrab in Stranger things season 2   
    To be honest I didn't really get into Stranger Things when it first showed on Netflix last year.  Not that I thought there was anything wrong with it per se but it just didn't grip me. I watched like the first episode or two and after that I just never bothered.  Then my brother convinced me to binge watch Season one and two last weekend and now I cannot for my life figure out how the hell I manged not to get into it!  I was absolutely blown away this time!
     
    Well developed characters, fascinating story, excellent writing and of course tons of geeky 80's nostalgia to gorge on.  I think the thing that impressed me the most was the quality of the performances, everyone (and even their pets) are just perfect!
     
    I've even watched some of the documentary material like Beyond Stranger things as well as interviews, panels and so on and I makes me feel really bad about myself....  can these fucking kids at least try not to be adorable, funny and super talented for once?
     
     
     
     
  23. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Nymphonomicon in Should video games be accessible to everyone?   
    Precisely. So long as there is a demand for walking simulators and other games that are essentially nothing more than an interactive movie, there will be a market for them... and there's nothing wrong with that. The appearance of games like that has given some people this idea that the entire industry should appeal to that demographic. Let the industry appeal to all the consumers and all the genres, don't demand they appeal to your tastes alone. That kind of thinking will just hurt games in the longrun.
  24. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Kaz32 in Ghost of Tshushima   
    Ahhhhhh. Now I see the problem. Wow..... that's just horrible. Why don't they just make the areas like the first game and move the camera back a lot? Why do they design it so you can't even control the camera? That's bullshit!
     
    Now I want to play the first game again. I was actually at the final boss the last time I played it, but for some reason I didn't even finish the final boss fight and left it. Guess I'll play the whole game all over again. lol
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Oh yeah Ghost of Tsushima. Fingers crossed that the game will have a cool combat alongside the stealth gameplay. I mean you are playing as a samurai that just so happen to learn ninja skills, so the best of both styles should be fun to play. So...... I guess this game will be the unofficial Japanese Assassin's Creed game not made by Ubisoft?
  25. Nymphonomicon liked a post in a topic by Crazycrab in The game industry's obsession with lootboxs has officially gone to far..   
    Unless it's a free to play game (and even there it's at least questionable) there is NO excuse for this RNG lootboxing gambling shit and I'm sick of gamers that defend it.