I better start saving my movie reviews. I really enjoyed them. Especially my 2012 review.
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With Red Dead Redemption never coming to PC, I never understood why so many people were waiting for a PC version as if it was already announced.
"So have you played GTA5?"
"Nah, I'll just wait for the PC version."
Can I be a small time fighter pilot/ smuggler? I wanna be Han Solo but be able to shooting things. Are there fighters in EVE?
I'm confused how you guys can hate on the Transformers movies so much and still like The Avengers movie. They're of the same quality. You just don't want to admit it.
That quality is: bad
I agree with all of this statement.
Both are non stop special effects movies, sure. But one is written by Joss Whedon, a fantastic script writer,
Do you know what happens to a toad when it's struck by lightning? The same thing that happens to everything else.
I can only speak from personal experience with real life bullies. When I was in 7th or 8th grade, there were these three bullies who constantly hounded me during my walk home after school. They would often throw there football or tennis balls at me. sometimes from across the street.
I tried everything from ignoring them, to avoiding them, to even badmouthing them. Nothing worked, it got so bad that I began going out of my way to avoid them, by walking a full mile around the direct route to my house. Till one day I had had enough. I walked right up to them on their bikes, who were awaiting me at the usual exit off the school grounds, went right up to the leader, pulled him off his bike, threw him to the ground and began wailing on him. His buddies pulled me off of him, but I didn't stick around I just kept on walking through to my home never looking back.
And they never bothered me again. So in my humble experience I will always suggest aggressive actions. Granted it should only be used when all other approaches are used. Sometimes you truly do have to fight your own fights.
I'm of the opinion that you can never 'play a game wrong.' I love it when games allow multiple styles of play. The only time I would consider playing a game 'wrong' is if you are actively exploiting a glitch to progress through the game, but even then that's the developer's fault. I'm not above gaming the system from time to time. :)
Meh, Sleeping Dogs is better.
Open World games have come so far, that the Yakuza games are downright archaic in their world design and scope. All they are are overly long and confusing cutscenes and mindless beat-em-ups. Nothing more.
Most of OP's list comprises of DLC, re-releases or Early Access games that are nowhere near finished. With the exception of Bravely Default, I can't get excited for ANY of those things on that list.