I love the new look. I haven't fully explored the site just yet but what I have seen looks amazing. Very nice work!
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Maybe I'm wrong, but it seems like the moment for this has passed, especially by the time this actually gets made and released. I tend to think if they were going to make this movie, it should have come out five or so years ago.
I'm with you on that. I would have been excited about the potential for a movie if it had come out about 3-4 years ago. But now, who cares? World of WarCraft came, made its mark, did its thing, and now - even though its a household name and still has a huge following - its just old news. The initial intrigue and interest has long since faded. We know what it is, what its about, it is (was?) cool, but a movie at this point would just be met largely by a "Meh" reaction in my opinion.
Alex, you're sarcasm is, as always, supreme
Yes and, you're grammer, as, always too,
I will remember the PS2 best for the first game I played on it, Summoner. I loved that game.
Same. Summoner was amazing at the time! Looking back on it now I laugh thinking about how much I enjoyed it because its really not that great of a game, but at the time it was one of the best games you could get at launch.
I feel bad for women in general that work in these kinds of environments. I don't care if it's in a game dev or at an architectural firm... or whatever. Women deserve equal treatment for equal work and commitment (and even the bad shit that comes with equality) and that story about how the one person was thought of as the receptionist (until a desk swap) - if true - is just sad.
I agree that GB hasn't been nearly as full of the same spunk and spirit it once had. But at the same time I have changed a lot too. It used to be that I would watch every single quicklook, catch every bombcast (still do this... I will never give up my bombcast!). But now I just don't have the time. I wish I could give some actual input as to what I think has really changed. Sometimes I think it was the fact that the guys had their backs against the ropes and that they were independent dudes who were challenging the system - and winning. But they weren't just doing their own thing - it was genuinely fun and interesting. Now it feels like everyone just kind of has resided into the routine of a job. I mean yeah these guys get to play games for a living and discuss those games... but even that can become taxing and tiresome over many years. In short, I would love to take up the throne of these worn and weathered heroes. Where do I sign, Jeff? I'm ready to be put to work!
Sorry to hear it. My old man had to see his dog go recently too. He was upset because the 2 of them had bonded a lot over the years. He still talks about her though every now and then. She was certainly special to him... even at his old age. You're never too young or old to get attached to a pet. They grow on you and really do become part of the family.