CrimsonNoir's forum posts

#1 Posted by CrimsonNoir (401 posts) -

To Ryan!

Gone but not forgotten.

#2 Edited by CrimsonNoir (401 posts) -

<3 Giant Bomb.

#3 Posted by CrimsonNoir (401 posts) -

Not sure if this thread will help him, but it did wonders for me.

#4 Posted by CrimsonNoir (401 posts) -

I trust you guys to do what's right for you guys, hire whoever you like.

#5 Edited by CrimsonNoir (401 posts) -

Cheese burger, animal style.

#6 Posted by CrimsonNoir (401 posts) -

Anyone else try using a 360 controller on this? I have about 26 hours on it with mouse and keyboard so I decided to give the controller a shot. It's way to fucking loose, I instantly noticed it felt weird. Guns trail your look movements, so your gun catches up to what you're aiming at rather than staying centered when you play with mouse and keyboard. I was wondering if anyone else noticed this and figured out a way to disable it. It makes shooting a lot harder than it should be with the controller. Someone described it as playing with a wiimote and that's not far off.

#7 Edited by CrimsonNoir (401 posts) -

I felt the same as the rest of you. Once I got home it really hit and I just sorta broke down. Commenting on that article made me feel better, expressing how much it affected me, but I felt like I shouldn't hide my feelings on something that has affected me so much and somewhat unexpectedly. I just posted on my Facebook, that his passing did feel like losing someone I actually knew, because of what he gave us and for me how long I've been following him (since the GameSpot days). That did help me feel better and if my friends don't get it, it doesn't matter, I just needed to say it.

#8 Posted by CrimsonNoir (401 posts) -

It finally hit me right now. Been slightly teary eyed all day reading about this at work, wiping my eyes like I was exhausted or something. Finally get home with no one around and I just broke down. You never know how much you'll miss someone until there's no longer a tomorrow with them. I never met him and he never knew me, but listening and watching him for nearly a decade, he was a friend to all of us.

#9 Edited by CrimsonNoir (401 posts) -

RIP Ryan, you'll be remembered and you'll be missed.

#10 Posted by CrimsonNoir (401 posts) -

Glad I'm not the only one.