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    As per everyone on here, I enjoy playing games. What kind of games you may ask, well just about everything from simulation to shooters, my favorite genres though would be rpg's, and strategy games. I also really enjoy working on computers and have been a+ certified in computer maintenance. I also have an adobe certification in Photoshop. I'm a very nice person and really enjoy playing games with everyone. =3
  1. he surfs on csgo while providing commentary
  2. As most of yall will know last year all forms of social media were raided by hissing from the Reptilian army. This cause alot of people to search where it all came from. It was pretty easy to trace it to a video Leafy made and because of that a lot of probably watched a couple of his videos. I ended up subscribing to him because of this exposure (at the time he was at about 300k subs) Fast forward to now he's at 900k subs and is approaching 1 million pretty soon. I thought to my self WOW, he gained 600k subs in less then a year. It's honestly pretty crazy how much exposure and how the Hissing actually benefited his channel. Looking at his old subscriber rate it would of taking ages for him to reach his current point but because of that huge amounts of exposure he really got a great jump start. Well i guess you could be mad if you don't like Leafy but to the point it's quite amazing how events like this and drama can cause such positive outcomes for the channel. Well at times, sometimes it can be negative ie lionmaker.
  3. Nice to meet you santaclawz!! I hope you have a great time in the AJSA! Don't be afraid to participate in the forums
  4. check these out for what it is. I'm not the best at explaining it,
  5. really? wow someone has your exact name xD
  6. xD i've played with you before on secret hitler. had no clue you were ajsa on there though.
  7. Snowfox here, checking in to gather some people willing to play some secret hitler on table top simulator. would be nice to have a 8 man group for secret hitler. If you're interested leave your steam down below or add me on steam. tag is snowfox1008.
  8. Alright boys, Escape from Tarkov... Well i believe there is only one way to start of a discussion of this game, and that is by looking back in the past. The Stalker games are well known for their contribution to the survival fps genre. With Tarkov being developed by ex stalker devs I believe were going to be seeing a lot of similarities to the stalker games. Hopefully with Tarkov were going to be spending alot of time creating our kits for our next adventure into the city more so then just mindlessly hording basic supplies. Secondly I would like to see similarities to the project misery mod for Stalker. This mod brought a lot more atmosphere and meaning behind the actions you did. The game really made you feel like it was important that your grabbed the right things and planned accordingly to your environment. Thirdly what are the "raids" the devs have talked about? Will we have fantastical ai meat tanks to kill? I feel something like that would just break the immersion the game is striving for. Or will we see heavily guarded areas that we have to use smart planning and strategy to conquer to get the spoils. What will the night time and day time shifts be like? Will night and day feel completely different. When it's night time will i be hiding inside a building shacked up scared to move outside from threats of snipers or other hidden foes laying in wait for me. Vice versa will it be possible to get the jump on people during the night. Aka stalking people, killing them and taking their loot and scurrying back off into the cluttered urban environment as i look for my next victim. There is alot to think about and I hope that they do a really good job with making this game. Especially since it might be the next big thing, since day z is just a dead horse that has no hope of coming back in my opinion.
  9. That had to be the funniest thing I've watched over the elite dangerous horizons fiasco! xD
  10. I'm honestly very surprised and glad about the popularity of this post, and after reading everyone's response; i feel that i can relate to the different views over such an idea. Though I still have yet to see anyone really comment on the rest of my topic. What i'm talking about is the conclusion. That being the doing your own research. I still feel that we have yet to answer the core reason why i made this topic. That being the coherent hate that Season Pass gets in comments. Why would you shout your disdain. your mindless shouts of evil towards a notion in which you know nothing about. I understand being mad at destiny, battlefront, and any other game who's season pass is a joke and 100% not worth your time and money. In fact i'm still pissed about the destiny situation. The fact that activision has the audacity to rip a game apart and sell it for overpriced dlc. -shutters- \ but besides that. This post was to bring up the idea of not joining the hate train over a season pass and more so to sit back do your research then as an informed person make the decision to call the company out for the wrong it's doing to its consumers OR to praise them for their openness and respect for their continuation of content to a game you may love. For me this was true with the Witcher 3 and it's season pass. I did the research i saw what they were offering and I praised them for their open ended nature. As of now it was worth the extra 20 i spent on the game. I played the witcher 3 for another 20 hours cause of it. with the next expansion coming shortly i hope to return to the witcher 3 and add another 40 hours to my game time. Also you should think about WHO the season pass is for. As of COD and Battlefield it's for the people who are going to be playing that specific shooter for the rest of the year till the next game comes out. Now it's still horrible do to how consumer unfriendly it is to split the player base but still the season pass in those cases are meant for the people who want to spend the next 1000+ hours on their multiplayer game. And in that case honestly the season pass is more then worth it if you calculate how much you spent per hour of enjoyment you got out of the game. I sincerely think that if your going to spend mass amounts of time in a game then dlc is well worth it to you to put some more variety into the game. so as i just mentioned were going to run some calculations. now a season pass can go anywhere from 20-40 dollars. so lets calculate off the most recent bad example being battle fronts season pass and lets keep in mind that it's for the consumer that's going to be playing this game till the next battlefront or probably battlefield release. 50 dollars is the asking price of battlefronts season pass now lets take this and plug it into a formula. I personally use this as a way to justify to myself if it was worth the price i paid for the enjoyment i got. $/hours, simple i know but it's a good way to honestly see how much you paid and how much enjoyment you got out of it. with Battlefront lets say we take a look at a real fan of the new game and he has lets say 400 hours already logged into the game. If he's going to be playing this game for the next year we can safely assume that he would put in at least another 600 hours into the game so using 600 being the hours he spent playing the game with dlc added. 50/600 = .083. take that in now, so he spent 50 dollars and he's coming out to .08 cents is what hey paid for each hour of enjoyment. this is assuming the consumer loves the game and if they do, in most cases would also love new maps being added into the game (16 to be exact) now take it like this. use what i use as a formula it's not the best formula but it gets the point across. You also need to keep in mind who a season pass is for. For a lot of us we don't want them. Were not going to cit on Cod or Battlefield for the next year or two, so logically to us it's a bad deal. Because a lot of us play 100's of games. and if you're a pc gamer this is especially true. but for the person who doesnt play alot of different titles who loves this one game and every night when they get off work and have that little bit of spare time and they spend it on their favorite game. A season pass in a way is an easy, sometimes cheaper way to get the dlc without no hastle, and hopefully save a few bucks in the process. now i know this is not always true. I'm not trying to support the notion of the season pass. And I especially dislike season passes that include maps for a pvp game because it splits the community and in the long term will kill the game. but like i've said time and time again we should really think about a season pass, what it means, what it includes, who it's meant for. And what does that mean to the rest of the consumer base of said game. As some one said earlier that we've accepted that season passes are the norm. And honestly it's sad that is true. But their is a reason for it's creation their was a purpose and initially people really liked them otherwise they still wouldn't be here today. So what does that mean, it means they're not going away. I can promise you that, but we can help to make them better. make them more open. And you should remember that a season pass can be bought at any point in a games life cycle so honestly it's not a preorder. I bout battlefields 3 prem addition long after the last dlc had came out. and i guess this includes my thoughts on this. keep discussing if you want. I honestly think that we can go on for a while about this topic and what it means. I'm also going to include this comment into the original post since i really expanded upon the idea.
  11. I under stand your pain. I've logged 1000 hours into pso2 as of now (even playing it while i type this) but honestly where the game is now with episode 4 coming out. we currently have a logged English playerbase of over 1000. could be more could be less. especially on ship 2 where you'll find mostly english players and Japanese players that speak English. but on to the point lets say we do get the official western release. I would hate for it to be starved of new content like psu. and the game is finished. I'm pretty sure that's 100% localized. They're just stuck in a stand still right now. Sega America wants the Current version of the game and want to be frequently updated with the new jp content. Where Jp Sega wants a 2 year older version of the game to release in the west first. with no promises on frequent updates to bring it to the jp version. so i would say at this point. Give jp pso2 another go and just get your fill of the game. Your welcome to join my team. Were on ship 2 and just pm me and i'll send you more details. =)
  12. Alright so recently every time I come across mentions of a "season pass" in comment sections it's always bad. I feel weird about this. I know that major AAA companys have turned this term from just a onetime payment on all season dlc to some evil thing. For example, I read something about Escape from Tarkov ( a Survival mmo that i'm looking forward to as of right now ) and it has a season pass. Now for me at least i'm not alarmed but it seems some people are already throwing up stuff like "ohh look EA 2.0" and i'm just like why? A season pass doesn't mean bad things to come. Honestly season pass depending on the person can be a good thing and a way to save money. Witcher 3 has a season pass, includes 2 paid expansion. Was great value when i picked it up since i goth both expansions for 20 dollars. Battle of Tarkov i'm sure will either include new areas (since it's a mmo), so that's good. Honestly seeing "season pass" is a good thing. What it can mean is that they're already planning on adding new content to the game once it's out. But sadly because of Activision with Destiny, people just assume it's a way to lock on disc content behind a pay wall. Or that the company is just greedy. Another bad example would be Battlefront and it's season pass which was just adding more maps splitting the playerbase. Call of duty does the same with using as a way for someone to get the map packs. And in general this is not consumer friendly since your essentially encouraging them to split up the community. Though on the other end of the spectrum you have Rainbow Six siege. Which has all free maps coming to it; the season pass only contains early access to operators and exclusive camo's for season pass users. The only thing i find wrong in that is just value proposition. So now to the subject why is "season pass" such a warning sign? before you just start shouting out hate, do a little research figure out what it includes and make your informed decision. Season pass doesn't have to be bad. In the case of the Witcher 3, and hopefully Escape from Tarkov a season pass can just be a easy way to get a discount on quality products. Essentially take the words "season pass" and think well are they locking on disc content behind a pay wall or are they actually just showing that they have interest to expand the game after release. Let me know what are your thoughts on the matter and maybe you can shed some more light on the apparent evil that is a season pass. -fox out - Edit / extension upon original thought while providing some different insights and possible ways to look at the subject. "I'm honestly very surprised and glad about the popularity of this post, and after reading everyone's response; i feel that i can relate to the different views over such an idea. Though I still have yet to see anyone really comment on the rest of my topic. What i'm talking about is the conclusion. That being the doing your own research. I still feel that we have yet to answer the core reason why i made this topic. That being the coherent hate that Season Pass gets in comments. Why would you shout your disdain. your mindless shouts of evil towards a notion in which you know nothing about. I understand being mad at destiny, battlefront, and any other game who's season pass is a joke and 100% not worth your time and money. In fact i'm still pissed about the destiny situation. The fact that activision has the audacity to rip a game apart and sell it for overpriced dlc. -shutters- \ but besides that. This post was to bring up the idea of not joining the hate train over a season pass and more so to sit back do your research then as an informed person make the decision to call the company out for the wrong it's doing to its consumers OR to praise them for their openness and respect for their continuation of content to a game you may love. For me this was true with the Witcher 3 and it's season pass. I did the research i saw what they were offering and I praised them for their open ended nature. As of now it was worth the extra 20 i spent on the game. I played the witcher 3 for another 20 hours cause of it. with the next expansion coming shortly i hope to return to the witcher 3 and add another 40 hours to my game time. Also you should think about WHO the season pass is for. As of COD and Battlefield it's for the people who are going to be playing that specific shooter for the rest of the year till the next game comes out. Now it's still horrible do to how consumer unfriendly it is to split the player base but still the season pass in those cases are meant for the people who want to spend the next 1000+ hours on their multiplayer game. And in that case honestly the season pass is more then worth it if you calculate how much you spent per hour of enjoyment you got out of the game. I sincerely think that if your going to spend mass amounts of time in a game then dlc is well worth it to you to put some more variety into the game. so as i just mentioned were going to run some calculations. now a season pass can go anywhere from 20-40 dollars. so lets calculate off the most recent bad example being battle fronts season pass and lets keep in mind that it's for the consumer that's going to be playing this game till the next battlefront or probably battlefield release. 50 dollars is the asking price of battlefronts season pass now lets take this and plug it into a formula. I personally use this as a way to justify to myself if it was worth the price i paid for the enjoyment i got. $/hours, simple i know but it's a good way to honestly see how much you paid and how much enjoyment you got out of it. with Battlefront lets say we take a look at a real fan of the new game and he has lets say 400 hours already logged into the game. If he's going to be playing this game for the next year we can safely assume that he would put in at least another 600 hours into the game so using 600 being the hours he spent playing the game with dlc added. 50/600 = .083. take that in now, so he spent 50 dollars and he's coming out to .08 cents is what hey paid for each hour of enjoyment. this is assuming the consumer loves the game and if they do, in most cases would also love new maps being added into the game (16 to be exact) now take it like this. use what i use as a formula it's not the best formula but it gets the point across. You also need to keep in mind who a season pass is for. For a lot of us we don't want them. Were not going to cit on Cod or Battlefield for the next year or two, so logically to us it's a bad deal. Because a lot of us play 100's of games. and if you're a pc gamer this is especially true. but for the person who doesnt play alot of different titles who loves this one game and every night when they get off work and have that little bit of spare time and they spend it on their favorite game. A season pass in a way is an easy, sometimes cheaper way to get the dlc without no hastle, and hopefully save a few bucks in the process. now i know this is not always true. I'm not trying to support the notion of the season pass. And I especially dislike season passes that include maps for a pvp game because it splits the community and in the long term will kill the game. but like i've said time and time again we should really think about a season pass, what it means, what it includes, who it's meant for. And what does that mean to the rest of the consumer base of said game. As some one said earlier that we've accepted that season passes are the norm. And honestly it's sad that is true. But there is a reason for it's creation there was a purpose and initially people really liked them otherwise they still wouldn't be here today. So what does that mean, it means they're not going away. I can promise you that, but we can help to make them better. make them more open. And you should remember that a season pass can be bought at any point in a games life cycle so honestly it's not a preorder. I bought battlefields 3 prem addition long after the last dlc had came out. and i guess this includes my thoughts on this. keep discussing if you want. I honestly think that we can go on for a while about this topic and what it means. I'm also going to include this comment into the original post since i really expanded upon the idea."
  13. Hey fox here and I have relapsed. XD went 5 months with out dumping mass amounts of time on pso. but now i'm back and created a new team. Was wondering if anyone was interested in joining my team. Were operating out of ship 2. other than that i can say the team is mostly just a medium for English players to enjoy the game with. =)
  14. Alright now who in their right mind thought it was a good idea to make the expansion for elite dangerous be worth 60 dollars when in it's current form has less content the the already lack there of in the base game. Now you expect me to fork over 60 dollars (for me double what i paid for the base game) just so i can have a shallow planet landing system and a few systems. The dev needs to get their heads out of their asses and fast because right now they're losing fans faster than the titanic sinking. Like holy hell!!!!!!! full AAA asking price for an early access expansion that honestly knowing the devs track record just might only get to the level of the base games content. So yay same amount of content for double the price of the base game. Am I wrong to be this angry at them? Hell i hope they get a roadmap up and fast. I hope i'm wrong and this ends up being a breath of fresh air after a year of development. -fox
  15. he jumped out the tank =.(