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Enterprise: In a Mirror Darkly
06/22/13, 18:12

I thought the tech was the one thing they got right. They were faced with the impossible task of portraying more primitive technology than shown in the cheesy sets and 40 year old special effects of the original series. At no point were there any Star Wars prequel groaners (as far as I could tell).

I had a higher opinion of the show when it was on since I just happened to tune in to two of the better episodes: the creepy automated repair station and the one where they had to trick the enemy captive into telling them the location of a base.

When it came on Netflix last year I gave it a shot. Holy shit. Barely made it to the end of the pilot. Captain Archer had all the whiney impatient recklessness of a toddler.
Enterprise: In a Mirror Darkly
06/22/13, 18:06

He loved it but was allergic! The entire episode's subplot was them trying to secretly find out his favorite food for his birthday. After several wacky failures, the doctor unethically divulged his medical history, that he took injections for his allergy so he could eat pineapple. So yeah, they broke doctor/patient confidentiality...for a cake.

That was half an episode.
Game of Thrones: Realtime Reaction to 'The Red Wedding'
06/16/13, 12:44

^the life of your average Game of Thrones fan
The Red Wedding Princess Bride
06/16/13, 12:20

Series (book and show) should have ended here. A big THE END after Kate slumps.
FINAL FANTASY XV - Battle Gameplay
06/14/13, 01:33

But that's the thing. FFX was different in that it HAD all the pieces in place for the underpinnings you're talking about.

But the characters themselves were just so terrible that you didn't give a fuck. Add in the pacing and all the filler crap and the end result still sucked.

My point though is that even though FFX ultimately sucked, you never saw anything close to basic story structure in any of the later games.
FINAL FANTASY XV - Battle Gameplay
06/13/13, 20:17

The music quality downgrade sucks. I still remember all the music from the older FFs I haven't touched in over a decade. I think FF7 was the last soundtrack I remembered. I can only remember one song from 8 (only because it was in the trailer), two songs from 10 (it's hard to forget the Rob Zombie knockoff), and absolutely nothing from anything else. I think Xenogears was the last Square game with consistently memorable music.
FINAL FANTASY XV - Battle Gameplay
06/13/13, 20:02

I've always wanted to be a fly on the wall in the writing room for all the modern Final Fantasy games. To hear someone go, "Okay, it's a shot for shot recreation of Star Wars, but with two useless main characters." Or "It's about gods who force mortals to do their bidding, except none of it makes sense, is self-contradictory, and has zero actual bearing on the story. Also there is no story."

What's really weird though is they actually had a functioning story for X. Like it actually had a solid theme: the old making way for the new. Not only that, it carried that theme through multi levels of conflict: external (giant monster causing suffering via an endless cycle started by ancestors + ghost rulers who refused to die and pass on), personal (Tidus chastising Yuna for killing herself to end the cycle then finding out that he's a holdover memory who has to do the same), and internal (breaking out of your father's shadow).

So someone had an idea of elements that an actual working story contained, but then they went and fucked it up with the usual annoying jrpg stock characters. What's weird though is you never saw another game that anything close to that kind of understanding of story. What happened to that guy? Did they fire him? Was it an intern?
Daily Show: New York's Bike Sharing Program
06/13/13, 19:53

I recently looked into my city's shared bike rental program. It was a tad pricey at $20/month, and I was about to go for it when I found out that they charged you extra if you kept it out over half an hour where they started charging you exponentially more. Something like $5 for 2 hours, $60 for 4, then $100 for 6, and if you kept it over 24 they charged a whopping ONE THOUSAND dollars to your credit card.

Insanity. It's cheaper to rent a car. Fuck that, it's cheaper to rent a limo than it is to rent a goddamn bicycle. I'm convinced these kind of programs only exist for two reasons: to bilk clueless tourists and to bilk the city through subsidy programs.
Penis Drawing Machine
06/13/13, 00:33

Explodes if it ever comes into contact with a Nintendo product.
The Horned King
06/13/13, 00:30

It's also about time for Disney to bring back bare Harpy tits.
represtentations of gender in advertising
06/13/13, 00:24

This is like watching an objectivist's manifesto on gender.
What Gamers Think is Funny
06/13/13, 00:04

Nintendo is the Apple of videogames.
What Gamers Think is Funny
06/13/13, 00:04

I used to hang out with some comp sci guys whose ideas of fun included:

- Spending an entire Friday night programming a couple of April Fools jokes into someone's copy of Nethack.

- Watching one person play Demon Souls all night.

- The absolute low point: watching one person GRIND their way through Final Fantasy 3 and 10. This was in 2010. Watching someone else grind through an rpg video game that everyone had already beaten 17 years ago.


So yes there are people like this and yes they are terrible. The worst part was they had copies of Mario Kart and Smash Brothers right there but they thought getting 4 dudes together to watch a 5th dude play an old Final Fantasy game was a better time.
Goldsmiths: But Is It Art? (Episode 1 - Part 1)
06/12/13, 23:40

This is making me want to watch Art School Confidential again.

Is there anything worse than young artists who want to break the rules before they even learn them? (no)
Goldsmiths: But Is It Art? (Episode 1 - Part 1)
06/12/13, 23:38

Ha!

Yes, a villain from The Tick is the perfect way to describe her.
Super Smash Bros. -- Wii Fit Trainer Joins the Battle
06/12/13, 09:02

What really fucks Nintendo is they no longer have their portable gaming monopoly that kept them afloat during past fumbled console generations. I think it's been at least 3 years since I've seen someone playing a DS in public.

This is probably the generation they'll go the way of Sega.
Super Smash Bros. -- Wii Fit Trainer Joins the Battle
06/12/13, 08:38

Look at that disgusting objectifying tight revealing outfit they put her in. What's the matter, Nintendo, couldn't afford to buy her a whole shirt?
Official PlayStation Used Game Instructional Video
06/11/13, 06:39

Every time I see a 75-90% off Steam sale I ask myself why bother keeping up with consoles anymore.
Official PlayStation Used Game Instructional Video
06/11/13, 06:36

Little Big Planet is charming to watch what people came up with, boring to actually play.

Watching what levels people came up for it has the same kind of charm that for some reason reminds me of watching the Build engine levels in the mid 90s.
Official PlayStation Used Game Instructional Video
06/11/13, 05:45

It did matter though. Everyone I know who got a PS3 over a 360 said it was because of online being free. Jesus christ, Microsoft, I can't even watch Netflix without paying you too? How bad is it when fucking Nintendo beats you at the online game?

I read a funny bit someone wrote about Microsoft. They theorized that the whole company must be designed like a feudal kingdom where each fiefdom division has to be individually profitable. The Xbox Live department has to be profitable so their charge a subscription. The ad department has to be profitable so they sell ads on Live. The QA department has to be profitable so they charge companies for patches.

It really is a testament to how fucked up Microsoft's business model is that Sony managed to catch up (and looking to pass them) after one of the biggest console launch disasters ever.

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