Aaron_G's forum posts

#1 Posted by Aaron_G (1617 posts) -

I am wondering why the chose to release it, when it had the frame rate issues it does. On Xbox One it gets so choppy.

#2 Edited by Aaron_G (1617 posts) -

Maybe its bad on me, but I have largely ignored this issue. So I have no idea what is going on.

#3 Posted by Aaron_G (1617 posts) -

I like it, it's easier to see premium content at a quick glance, rather than hunting for it.

#4 Posted by Aaron_G (1617 posts) -

I would like to give my congratulations to Vinny!

#5 Posted by Aaron_G (1617 posts) -

And of course I just bought a a replacement 3DS XL back in July....

#6 Posted by Aaron_G (1617 posts) -

I am slightly more okay with Amazon buying Twitch than Google. I feel like Google wouldn't want to play nice with all the Xbox One integration Twitch has.

#7 Posted by Aaron_G (1617 posts) -

I felt the same way the entire game, I never have hated a main character so much. I couldn't understand why Aiden was so upset with the consequences of his actions. He was a bad guy, and it finally caught up to him. Because of Aiden I pretty much hated Watch Dogs. It wasn't fun.

#8 Posted by Aaron_G (1617 posts) -

I am so excited for him to be named the writer. I am even more excited to see who gets the standalone film treatment.

#9 Posted by Aaron_G (1617 posts) -

I agree, the Mass Effect series was by-far by favorite series for the last generation. I enjoyed everything about them, except maybe ME3's ending, but whatever. The games and universe BioWare created were something special that roped me in.

#10 Posted by Aaron_G (1617 posts) -

I agree with some of your points, the flow of content on Giant Bomb has really slowed the for the past year, but I believe that for certain reason that is why. I have told several friends that Giant Bomb (the site) feels stale, but every week I listen to the podcast and enjoy it tremendously. The personalities behind the site are still strong, they just need more hands to help them produce the content they are all extremely capable of doing.

And as for a subscription-wall, I think it is fine. I was a premium subscriber for over two years and enjoyed the content and believed that supporting this site was well worth the money. While I am not a subscriber anymore, I still think it is a valuable option to help these guys out. They are trying to build a new business model, and I believe Jeff when he says its the way of the future, not ads.