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#1 Posted by ArtisanBreads (3847 posts) -

The best part is the end when it just cuts out of nowhere I busted out laughing.

#2 Edited by ArtisanBreads (3847 posts) -

I watched SportsCenter today for like an hour and it was the first time I had watched any TV in a while. I saw like 5 commercials for this game. Am I the only person who thinks that's crazy?

I guess the money's coming in for them....

But man that's weird!

This is the commerical by the way:

Makes it look like a Pixar movie for almost the whole thing (but hey, that's really probably on the way from Dreamworks).

#3 Edited by ArtisanBreads (3847 posts) -
#4 Edited by ArtisanBreads (3847 posts) -

More time spent developing a game instead of making "vertical slices" for me and video game journalists to see big long demos of is cool with me.

We already get too much coverage of a lot of these big games. I'm kind of past that. I'm ready to learn more when I actually have the game in my hands these days and I'm not into preview coverage like I used to be. When 6 pages of crazy glowing previews on IGN made me follow Age of Conan for about 5 years super seriously but then I hated the actual game immediately when it came out and completely stopped playing.

#5 Posted by ArtisanBreads (3847 posts) -

hahah

Titanfall brings out the crazies.

#6 Edited by ArtisanBreads (3847 posts) -

@sexytoad said:

@artisanbreads said:

I got a museum job as a high schooler and highly recommend it. Looks great on resumes, good atmosphere (not high stress, place of learning and all that) and there was a lot of downtime... which I spent doing homework and reading a whole lot of books (most I've ever read and that was awesome).

Well there's an idea. It doesn't seem as if many people are racing to work at a museum plus it might be interesting spending a lot of time at one.

It couldn't have gone better for me.

I got an internship at The Peabody Essex Museum and it's a pretty big art museum but not too big. But they had a good internship program with a lot of departments, though most of the ones in things like marketing were all college kids. But yeah it was a good experience for me and I ended up getting hired on afterwards as an employee. I worked weekends during the school year and then all during the summer. And it was a job where I couldn't work past 5, which is nice especially when you're in high school so you have your nights free.

Maybe there is a museum around you with that kind of set up, maybe it'll just be a job to start in, but give it a shot if you can.

#7 Posted by ArtisanBreads (3847 posts) -

I got a museum job as a high schooler and highly recommend it. Looks great on resumes, good atmosphere (not high stress, place of learning and all that) and there was a lot of downtime... which I spent doing homework and reading a whole lot of books (most I've ever read and that was awesome).

#8 Edited by ArtisanBreads (3847 posts) -

The description for China on the wiki here is fucking hilarious:

"China is a setting for a ton of games, ranging from a series based on a novel about Chinese history to a series based on that same novel about Chinese history"

(Someone could probably do better! They may have something more important in their history to give some space rather than the 2008 Olympics)

#9 Posted by ArtisanBreads (3847 posts) -

It's just funny to me everyone was down with this when it was 7 v 7 (didn't even bring up the playercount ever, at that) and now it's a huge deal.

#10 Posted by ArtisanBreads (3847 posts) -

Lol some of you guys need to turn your total defense mode off and chill out. Like Chill Penguin. He's the most chill motherfucker out there.

Dude you're only cool if you like old stuff!