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About PlasticFrogCG

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  • Birthday 04/27/1982

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    Gaming - AD&D, Shadowrun, Risk, Cards Against Humanity, anything for four or more people really.

    Video Games - (Top 5 franchises, in order) Half Life, Fallout/Elder Scrolls, Ratchet and Clank/Jak and Daxter, Tomb Raider, StarCraft/WarCraft/Diablo

    Movies - Star Wars: A New Hope (before Lucas butchered it). Any other favorites are cataloged by genre.

    Books - Allan Dean Foster and Douglas Preston/Lincoln Child are among my favorites.

    Music - Eclectic. Anything from Mozart/Beethoven to Daft Punk/Glitch Mob and especially game soundtracks/remixes. Dislikes: rap/hip hop and country >_< (with VERY few exceptions)

    3D art. I went to school for computer animation and work as a graphic artist, so this is natural.

    Web series - Angry Joe! Nostalgia Critic, Zero Punctuation

    Web comics - Order of the Stick, Manly Guys Doing Manly Things, Girl Genius, Faux Pas

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  1. That is mostly my feelings, but I'm worried that in the past Bethesda has shown an eagerness to "follow the crowd" with some of their decision-making processes. Fallout 4 is actually a good example, as much as I grew to like the settlement building, the only reason it was put in the game was that, at the time, pretty much every other successful game had some type of base-building/crafting system. And to be honest, I think the story-telling in Fallout 4 suffered for all the emphasis the settlements got.
  2. I don't know...am I the only one that's not getting a good feeling about Fallout 76 after watching all the promotional material released so far? I was willing to give the multiplayer aspect a chance, but now it looks like it's going to be just another boring copy of RUST and who knows how many other "survival" shooters, just with a Fallout theme. The idea of exploring the wasteland with your friends is cool, the knowledge that some twelve-year-old jackass can ruin your whole day just because he feels like it is not. I would feel a lot differently about this game if it was strictly PVE.
  3. Joe is surprised that it felt geared towards investors? Um...that's what E3 IS. It hasn't been about the gamers in a looooooong time.
  4. I still need a little more detail on how Fallout 76 will play...but I'm actually looking forward to it. Both my dad and I are huge fans of the series, and being able to explore the wasteland together would be so much fun! DOOM is definitely on my list! I love the first reboot they made and would love to play more! RAGE was a good game, but really short. I'm curious what they will do with this new one (which looks good). Elder Scrolls 6...ok. I mean, I think we all knew it was in the works, so this "teaser" is actually kind of lame. I won't get really excited until they reveal more about the game world, which appears to be...Hammerfell? It would be REALLY cool to revisit the city of Daggerfall! Maybe with a few easter eggs for those of us who started our Elders Scrolls adventure way back then?
  5. That bit with the cake was hilarious! As per upcoming games...I have so many games on my to-be-played shelf I haven't really looked at new games in a long time. I did recently play God of War, which was amazing, but that's the newest one for me. For Elderscrolls 6, my hope is either Blackmarsh or Elsweyr! OR...take it off Tamriel altogether and give us a brand new continent! Nirn is a big place, after all. For Kingdom Hearts 3...well it's about time! ...but now I need to go play the other two so I can remember what the storyline was.
  6. Sweet! The only thing I didn't like about the first game was the bland story and it was REALLY short, other than that it really had potential and I'm happy to see that it looks like Bethesda has done just that! Bethesda has been doing top-notch with their FPS games. Both DOOM and the Wolfenstein games have been fantastic so far.
  7. Meh, I played Unreal Tournament 2004 with bots all the time. ... Of course, that wasn't in online play...
  8. This is all very sad, but I have to be honest...I will continue to watch NC until he disappears entirely. But the real question I have is...how much Lupa did I miss??? There must be dozens of Radu Reviews that I missed out on because I never looked her up on YouTube! This must be corrected!
  9. Yay, hardware is driving the industry again like it did in the old days! Oh wait...that hardware is going to require everything to be touch-screen compatible, which limits controller versatility and playability, and despite the power of the modern smartphone it still isn't up to speed with a mid-range gaming PC with graphics card support. Yeah...hate to sound like the grumpy old man, but I really don't like where this could potentially go.
  10. Actually base on what little I've played of The Witcher (haven't finished the first one yet...) Geralt is actually one of the best guest characters they could have put in there. The combat mechanics of The Witcher lend themselves very well to a fighting game like Soul Calibur.
  11. This is probably most relevant to fans in the US and Canada over 30, but I'm sure the fandom has spread overseas. Back in the early 1990s there was this AWESOME cartoon called ReBoot, the first completely CGI TV show ever (and a year or two before Pixar released Toy Story). Check it out here. By today's standards the animation and graphics are terrible! But what it lacks in technical ability it more than makes up in great characters, writing, and just plain geeky fun. Spoilers: season 4 ended on a major cliffhanger, which fans have been longing to see resolved (I think they did that in some comic books, but it just isn't the same). Then Rainmaker Entertainment announced there would be a "reboot" of the series. Fan's were skeptical to say the least. Then they released a trailer... Needless to say...well...you can read the comments yourself...
  12. Yeah, pretty much what crab said. Despite some advances the tech really isn't there, and honestly I'm not sure it's even close. However, when it is...I fully expect to be able to play a game where player responses are actually voiced by the player and the AI reacts to key words in the player's response! It would be the most awesome and infinitely re-playable RPG EVER!
  13. Hey Joe! Wanna play a zombie game???
  14. I think I had, and they were better. The other thing that always bugged me about Oblivion was they only had about eight voice actors. That's an exaggeration, but I knew, whenever I spoke with a male wood elf or high elf or dunmer it was going to be the same guy. Every. Single. Time. Not that they weren't quality actors, but the lack of variety really dragged. It does a little in Skyrim, too. But at least they have a broader mix.