CrazyBagMan's forum posts

#1 Posted by CrazyBagMan (865 posts) -

@danzig said:

@artisanbreads said:

Chinamen is not the preferred nomenclature, dude.

Chinaman is what the character was called, dude.

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!

#2 Posted by CrazyBagMan (865 posts) -

What kind of question is this?

#3 Posted by CrazyBagMan (865 posts) -

@bollard said:

Wow that's a big screenshot.

iPhone 6... =\

You poor thing...

#4 Posted by CrazyBagMan (865 posts) -

@slaps2 said:

@corevi So monster hunter 1 is not at all possible to beat solo?

I suppose you could, but I can't imagine why the hell anyone would want to.

#5 Posted by CrazyBagMan (865 posts) -

Sucks to hear buddy :( Stay as positive as possible and teach each day one at a time.

#6 Posted by CrazyBagMan (865 posts) -

Have you thought of talking to your boss about this? You know... someone relevant to the situation?

#7 Posted by CrazyBagMan (865 posts) -

My thought is that it's typical Ubisoft being paranoid about piracy. If they let game reviewers get at it ahead of time they might leak it! Oh NOOOOOO!

#8 Posted by CrazyBagMan (865 posts) -

Thanks for this, I love giveaways :)

#9 Posted by CrazyBagMan (865 posts) -

People need to stop losing their shit of dumb stuff like a video game cover.

#10 Edited by CrazyBagMan (865 posts) -

@big_jon said:

@jsnyder82 said:

@big_jon said:

@kanerobot said:

The power of the cloud!

Why someone would take a day off of work on day 1 of a heavily multiplayer focused game, I have no idea. Learn from the past or repeat it. Take Friday off or something and make a 3 day weekend out of it, should be fixed by then.

I missed the part where he stated he took the game off for Halo specifically... I wasn't aware that people could just chose what days they get off of work. Must be nice in your world.

Actually, a lot of people can choose what days they get off work. It's called a paid vacation day. It is nice in this world!

I tend to use those days for you know, vacations.

Cool? People are allowed to use "vacation days" for things not absolutely defined as a vacation.