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The Average Bioshock Player
09/18/13, 12:23

With the first one? The story and setting, I guess, though it only works the first time through. Yeah, there's a twist in the middle, but your vaunted choices make no difference apart from a "good" ending, a "bad" ending, and a "the same as the bad ending but read in a sad voice" ending.

Both games were short on substance when you actually looked at what they claimed to present: Objectivsim! American exceptionalism! In the end, it just provided a reason to shoot dudes in a linear game. They were pretty looking, but you didn't need more than a few brain cells to "figure out" how to play.

For a mental challenge, sit down in front of one of the older RPGs like Fallout or Torment. Just trying to navigate how to play them in a way that doesn't have you ending up dead or unable to proceed is a herculean task most of the time.
GTA V: So realistic, its boring.
09/18/13, 12:02

SR III was my first Saint's Row game, so it kind of didn't make much sense starting in, though I knew it was supposed to be over-the-top and ludicrous.

I played CTA IV on the XBox, so comparing the two, I'd say SR III was more fun overall, though I liked GTA's setting better. Ironically, SR III had me pretty much blowing through the story arc, whereas I hated having to deal with GTA's plot (and Cousin Roman) every five seconds.

I'll also say this: These sandbox games would be a lot more fun for me if they didn't have the fucking console memory limitations along for the ride. "Let's see, I'll just park my awesome-mobile over here to go into this building, I'll come out annnnnnd... it's gone. Great."
The Last Days On Mars
09/18/13, 11:14

As someone who dabbled in this stuff a long time ago, it's a really weird thing.

Is your project being shopped around? Oh, too bad, as your idea is too much like X TV show or Y movie from over a hundred years ago.

Wait, this is an idea that three other studios are doing? We should do it right now, so long as it's not your script proposal!
Bootleg Sailor Moon clocks
09/18/13, 02:06

I've never watched Sailor Moon, so it's weird how the theme song sounds... well, Mexican.
Navy Yard Shooting Washington - ANOTHER FALSE FLAG? Crisis Actors? Men Laughing in Interview
09/18/13, 02:05

I'd ask these idiots why all of these "false flag" things are staged to supposedly take everyone's guns away when not a single gun control bill has passed and many states have actually made it far, far easier to get a gun than ever before.

And then I remind myself, they'd probably credit all of their EXPOSED videos for stopping this vast, ever-failing conspiracy.
The Last Days On Mars
09/18/13, 02:03

It looks better than the last two Mars movies Hollywood shat out about a decade ago.

Also, "SABRETOOTH... IN... SPAAAAAACE!"
donate to make fatman fatter
09/17/13, 20:59

I can think of several people in banking and finance I'd gladly donate money to if they'd kill themselves, slowly or not.
Paranormal Evidence! Ghost moving objects in my living room!
09/17/13, 20:16

Co-opting a scam isn't any more or less heinous than the scam itself.

"Okay, now that I've got these morons believing I've got hoodoo powers, how can I make it basically my job to smoke whatever shit I want, be high all the time, and demand that the suckers bring the dope straight to me?"
ZERO CHARISMA Trailer
09/17/13, 19:02

I still prefer Gamers II: Dorkness Rising and the newly released Gamers III: The Hand of Fate.
Subliminal threats of Death...Targeted Individual
09/17/13, 17:02

God damn, that's some MAJOR projection going on. "I'm afraid, I want to be a part of a group, and I'm not completely founding my reality in emotion, therefore my fictional enemies are afraid, part of a huge group, and are totally not rational."

Also, I drive a red car and have done so for years. I wonder what they'd make of it as it's from the late 90's and parts of it are starting to turn a kind of deep rose, if not pink.
Post Sugar Rice Krinkles Commercial (1960)
09/17/13, 16:58

This kind of clown is the product of the same thinking that went into a lot of illustrations, toys, etc. from the early 20th century. Every so often you see the art from a kids book, some dolls, or holiday decorations, and they look like what would be the result if Stephen King and HP Lovecraft were trying to design stuff for Hallmark. It seems incomprehensible to me that even the people of that era thought they looked "cute" or "fun" and not disturbing.

It says something that just about the only images from that era which survive in their original form and purpose is Halloween decorations.
Post Sugar Rice Krinkles Commercial (1960)
09/17/13, 16:54

Yeah, I'm 99% sure it's been on here before, recently, but if it has, it must have amazingly bad tags.
Pretty genuinely cool singing unicorn.
09/17/13, 16:51

So when will the ponies declare that Jihad is Magic on Denmark?
Pretty genuinely cool singing unicorn.
09/17/13, 10:05

I consulted google on this and saw pegacorn, unisus, alicorn, and many, many MLP fanarts.

Then I decided I needed to re-think my life.
oblivious man drives into rock slide
09/16/13, 20:47

Oblivious man was boring. Where's Morrowindious man?
Subliminal threats of Death...Targeted Individual
09/16/13, 20:46

We spent a lot of time making those Silent Sound Projectors to put voices in his head, so we have to make those pay for themselves first.

Also, who leaked the existence of the SSPs? Next thing you guys will blab the secrets of our silent explosive, Hush-A-Boom, to Moose and Squirrel!
documentary on the Supermarine Spitfire
09/16/13, 11:27

Bort, it's not that one plane isn't more advanced than the other.

It's a question of how many were there and which was the most effective. Again, the Hurricanes weren't exclusive to killing bombers as shown, above. Saying the Spitfire won the Battle of Britain is like saying the United States won WWII.
documentary on the Supermarine Spitfire
09/16/13, 08:56

From the Q.I. Book of General Ignorance, The Noticeably Stouter Version:

"The Spitfire was a more advanced design, faster, lighter to handle and capable of operating at altitudes of up to 30,000 feet. But the records clearly show that the heavy fighting in the Battle of Britain was done by the Hawker Hurricane.

There were more of them, for a start. In 1940, Hurricane squadrons outnumbered Spitfire squadrons by three to two; 1,715 Hurricanes were used in the battle, more than all the other RAF aircraft put together.

And they downed more planes. In Francis K. Mason's exhaustive account, 'Battle over Britain' (1969), he shows that of 11,400 reported engagements, Hurricanes accounted for 55 percent of all kills, to the Spitfire's 33 percent.

In general, the Hurricanes specialized in attacking bombers, while the Spitfires took the fighters. However, the highest-scoring RAF pilot in the battle, Sergeant Josef Frantisek (a Czech), only flew Hurricanes and still managed to down nine Me 109s - the fastest and best-equipped German fighter - among his total of seventeen enemy aircraft."

Sorry, Bort.
bourgeois pig! bourgeois pig!
09/16/13, 00:25

I'd criticize her choices to be an attention-whore all day long. I'd say, however, that she wouldn't exist without the 1% culture of entitlement, lack of human empathy, and megalomania bordering on believing "the divine right of kings" not only applies to them but is often far too restrictive on their activities.
Howard Stern Listens to Bronycon 2013 Attendees
09/15/13, 21:28

Both have that kind of hopeful optimism about getting along, but Star Trek encouraged people to develop and accept advances in technology.

I dunno what MLP would get you. Some pastel-colored genetic engineering results, maybe?

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