charlie_victor_bravo's forum posts

#1 Edited by charlie_victor_bravo (1054 posts) -

Demolition Woman is my favourite adult movie

Please tell me that there is hammy female version of Simon Phoenix.

#2 Posted by charlie_victor_bravo (1054 posts) -

I bet it will become more of an architecture and tool set issue which will be more powerful in practice. So, most likely we will have to wait for the second wave games to fully call this one.

#3 Posted by charlie_victor_bravo (1054 posts) -

I am wondering how this will clash with copyright laws. And yes, I love the idea and definitely gonna use it if it works.

#4 Posted by charlie_victor_bravo (1054 posts) -

ASUS version of the 6850. Got it because it was quieter and consumed less power than it's kins. I play mostly few years older games and it handles the job well. However I am thinking of changing it to Nvidia card, because things like Adobe's programs and Blender's Cycles rendering engine can take use of the CUDA -compatibility.

#5 Posted by charlie_victor_bravo (1054 posts) -

@gaff said:

@branthog said:

If Sony announces a console today, they will name it the Playstation Evolution.

Playstation Revolution has a better ring to it.

Playstation Intelligent Design.

#6 Posted by charlie_victor_bravo (1054 posts) -

Free online gaming was one of the few things Sony did right with current gen. I would not be super bummed if it is combined with PSN+ perks that we get now. If it is "pay for online pay" -only, screw that, I got PC.

#7 Edited by charlie_victor_bravo (1054 posts) -

Damn, my nieces picture was removed from Persona 3 fan art gallery!

But they still allow as badly drawn stuff in the same gallery:

Because they both kind artistically, is it because the other has visible panties? (Just to make things clear: upper image is my nieces removed image and lower one is someone else's image still left on the gallery.)

#8 Posted by charlie_victor_bravo (1054 posts) -

@hailinel said:

@chaser324 or @zombiepie: One of you guys feel like deleting this image that @charlie_victor_bravo uploaded as a joke?

Hey, that image reflects artists interpretation of the subject matter and a fan interest in the game. Granted she is only 4 and never before has used a drawing tablet, but that does not matter - she really liked to watch that game being played. I am sure that image in question might look amateurish in your eyes, but so might this one seem in the eyes of creators of the original style and art. Is there some sort of quality standard that images that would be allowed as a fan art must uphold?

#9 Edited by charlie_victor_bravo (1054 posts) -

@hailinel said:

@charlie_victor_bravo said:

@phished0ne: Point is that wiki should represent factual information about the subject and fan art is not that. It does not reflect intent, production values or opinions of the original subject matter, therefore it has no place in the wiki. I am not against fan art itself, usually it is cool and interesting, but it lessens the credibility of the whole wiki and should be no part of it in a way that it currently is.

It reflects culture and fan interest in a game, and it doesn't do anything to lessen the credibility of the wiki. I don't know where you get such a ridiculous argument.

OK, I see your point and I am fine with this.

I take that back, there seems to be some sort of double standard where badly drawn image (containing nothing questionable) that I uploaded was not "fan art" but badly drawn images with visible panties is considered as valid "fan art" for the giant bomb wiki.

#10 Posted by charlie_victor_bravo (1054 posts) -

@phished0ne: Point is that wiki should represent factual information about the subject and fan art is not that. It does not reflect intent, production values or opinions of the original subject matter, therefore it has no place in the wiki. I am not against fan art itself, usually it is cool and interesting, but it lessens the credibility of the whole wiki and should be no part of it in a way that it currently is.