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Condemned 2: Bloodshot - 5 stars.

Destiny - 3 stars.

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@wintermute: Let's see you play this game in a dark room with a headset on and see if you don't react the same. It did the same thing to me and I don't normally react like that to this kind of stuff. Seriously, do it.

Until then, you sound like a fucking entitled baby with zero social skills. "Wah, I'm paying you money so that gives me a reason to criticize you and call you out for faking." Seriously, if you paying money is the impetus for this, just unsubscribe and save us all from your shitposts. Bad form.

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@paulunga: That is very VERY oversimplifying it. What Orth said was a lot more than "a silly comment".

He worked for Microsoft and was outright insulting people who lived in rural communities with poor or no broadband Internet access. He used the phrase, "Why would I live there?" when questioned by his friend about how he would feel about a console that required users to always be online if he lived in an area like that. He also suggested that users in those areas to just "deal with it." Once they saw the Internet didn't take kindly to Orth's comments, his friend tried to help him do damage control by saying, "Dudes, we're friends and just joking lol" but that Twitter conversation didn't show one bit of comedy.

Orth was making some incredibly venomous statements towards people's very valid concerns about what Microsoft was planning on doing with the Xbox One's always-on DRM and paid the price in an ultimate way. It was an incredibly reckless thing to do considering he worked for the company. That is the key to the whole thing here. He WORKED for Microsoft. There was already a lot of apprehension about what was going on. Now, here's a Microsoft employee all-but-confirming people's fears. He represented the company poorly and recklessly. He made himself the key figurehead/symbol/punchingbag/dartboard of Microsoft's new policy until Don Mattrick dropped this gem with Geoff Keighley at E3 2013: "Fortunately, we have a product for people who aren't able to get some kind of connectivity. It's called Xbox 360."

Does the Internet suck? Maybe sometimes. But one way to guarantee that it sucks is when you say or do stupid shit publicly on it where the world can see it.

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Is it online only?

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Only four stars? Uh oh, Ed Boon doesn't want to be friends anymore.

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@Creamypies said:

@illmatic19 said:

I hope you Devil May Cry fans never get the game you want. You don't deserve it.

Agreed. Capcom did the right thing with this franchise. It was dead in the water after the fourth game. So they freshened it up, gave it a new set of legs and a new head of hair. It was the only way to keep DmC relevant and more importantly, alive. Don't hate change, it can often be for the better.

Uh, how the fuck was it dead in the water? DMC4 was the highest-selling game in the franchise.

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Audio was way low.

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I am shocked that, after leaving this review in the oven to bake for a week, Ryan mentioned NOTHING about the smorgas board of bugs and glitches in this game. This is one of the glitchiest AAA games I've seen this gen. It has made me regret the day one purchase.

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I endorse any game that has "jack spots".