Alex's forum posts

#1 Posted by Alex (2175 posts) -

@rccola: I never said that I was able to easily rationalize letting Kenny kill Jane. What I said was the ending that comes from doing that feels more like a real ending to the season. As I said in the article, the idea of just forgiving Kenny for killing Jane was just as disquieting as the idea of just forgiving Jane for sending Kenny off the deep end. Both characters do reprehensible things, and the game requiring you to forgive one or the other in order to get to a decent conclusion is one of its biggest faults.

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#4 Posted by Alex (2175 posts) -

@cooljammer00: THE WOLF CONTAINS MULTITUDES, DOES NOT SUBSCRIBE TO BINARY FACE/HEEL CONCEPTS

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#5 Posted by Alex (2175 posts) -

@jesus_phish: Yeah, but Miller's got my belt, so that's got to be good for at least one more beating.

I acknowledge Samantha's obvious skill, and at the next available opportunity, I will give her the title shot she deserves.

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#6 Edited by Alex (2175 posts) -

@papercut: I would just like to clarify that I was only bleeding from the elbow, and that was because of a nasty carpet burn. Apart from that and a few bruises, I was actually fine.

Still, #DONTTRYTHISATHOME

Also, how great is it that I have legit feuds with Dan Ryckert, Greg Miler, and Samantha Kalman going right now? EVERYBODY WANTS A PIECE OF THE CHAMP!

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#7 Edited by Alex (2175 posts) -

I have considered this, and still consider it on a regular basis. Maybe one day.

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#8 Edited by Alex (2175 posts) -

@altairre: I played DriveClub and I did not really like DriveClub very much. It seemed bland. My feelings on The Crew might be outdated, as people at E3 this year seemed to like it more. When I played it at the PS4 launch event last year, I did not care for it AT ALL.

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#9 Posted by Alex (2175 posts) -

@mikey87144: I don't think it was playable. Question mark?

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#10 Posted by Alex (2175 posts) -

@smcn: I think at least some of it is. I mean, this year's E3 was certainly an indicator that there are larger issues at play in the industry, but in regards to a lot of the "health of the site" threads I see floating around here, there seems to be a lot of worry about how we, as a team, are holding up. That was more what I was addressing there.

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