Crunchman's forum posts

#1 Posted by Crunchman (369 posts) -

I experience oddness everyday on this site.

#2 Edited by Crunchman (369 posts) -

Watch out for that highly combustible oily moss.

#3 Posted by Crunchman (369 posts) -

Nintendo is gonna save the Vita.

#4 Edited by Crunchman (369 posts) -

To answer the question, @Hassun is right, it's from Demon's Souls. Perhaps, they're getting around to that? I think it's worth playing, even after their Dark Souls play through. Gonna miss Ian though. What are the chances of it being Dark Souls 2 content?

#5 Posted by Crunchman (369 posts) -

Any idea if this'll be a Netflix-style, everything's available, service?

#6 Edited by Crunchman (369 posts) -

Krazy Ken is rolling in his digital locker.

#7 Posted by Crunchman (369 posts) -

They're realizing Krazy Ken's vision.

#8 Posted by Crunchman (369 posts) -

They're realizing Krazy Ken's vision.

#9 Posted by Crunchman (369 posts) -

Thanks for the PSA. Probably would've installed it otherwise. Not since Halo 3 that I've heard this kind of issue.

#10 Edited by Crunchman (369 posts) -

Being able to only play one game at a time per library is a bit much to be very useful for active users. I lament not many modern games having demos though, so this is potentially cool for having friends try out games they might wanna buy or, more importantly, seeing how well it'll run on their machines.

Hopefully it'll evolve and perhaps enable more freedom for games that support it. DRM-free is movement that people have gotten behind (GOG.com) but has been subverted by Steam's DRM but otherwise excellent service dominating the market. In it's current form, it's still changing Steam's DRM policy in a more liberating direction.