• Bread_Harrity posted a message on the post Quick Look: Dark Souls II (PC)

    Only works on progressive for me.

  • Bread_Harrity posted a message on the post We're Playing Dark Souls Too! - Part 02

    That curse noise is hilarious! Hhhhroooooooouhhh!

  • Bread_Harrity posted a message on the post Quick Look: Tower of Guns

    Man, I can't stand the music in this game. It's like an endless 80s band guitar solo

  • Bread_Harrity posted a message on the post Dog Sled Saga Looks Way Cooler Than It Sounds

    I had an opportunity to see this game in action and in person last weekend, it looks great! Can't wait!

  • Bread_Harrity posted a message on the post Alex Gives Rambo: The Video Game a Shot

    Keep doing videos, Alex!!

  • Bread_Harrity posted a message on the post Giant Bombcast 02/18/2014

    @pyrodactyl: Unfortunately, this doesn't happen very often and papers slip by and get published. The end result is that everyone is being punished for it and it's just making things even worse for pe...

  • Bread_Harrity posted a message on the post Giant Bombcast 02/18/2014

    @pyrodactyl: Oh, definitely! In fact, I think it was either last year or maybe 2012, there was a big uproar because the government discovered that this was happening. Since the government pays for ...

  • Bread_Harrity posted a message on the post Giant Bombcast 02/18/2014

    @pyrodactyl: Right. Naturally, the longer something has been through the wringer when it comes to research, the more we'll understand it and the more reliable it is.Even with the fudged data, eventual...

  • Bread_Harrity posted a message on the post Giant Bombcast 02/18/2014

    @huser: It's not a bit much, it's fact. This isn't speculation. There is a lot of data fudging and a lot of PIs, especially prominent PIs are shareholders in the pharmaceutical companies that they ar...

  • Bread_Harrity posted a message on the post Giant Bombcast 02/18/2014

    @vinny @brad @drewbert Just to comment on peer review studies/research. As someone who is familiar with that environment, I can say that even that isn't reliable. Success in research is based on 1st a...