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Baby horses. You could just stand on a chair and they couldn't get to you.
Every time you turn it on will it ask you if you want to preorder a game and add a warranty?
I can't wait to hear how the the console fanboys will claim this is just elitist PC bitching and not a legitimate problem like every other time we get short changed on a release of a game.
Nope. I think it's silly, and a crutch people use when they want to feel like they are helping without lifting a finger to actually do anything to help. It especially annoys me in situations like the OP when people could be doing something to help, but instead just sit there praying and hoping that things will work itself out. If the dog had of died he would have claimed it was gods will for the dog to die that day, and if he had of lived then god heard his prays and answered with divine miracle. They have an excuse/cop out for everything claiming it was gods will.
I'm all for everyone doing what they want to do, but when believing in a religion allows people to stand by and let bad things happen, and just claim its gods will instead of blaming themselves for their incompetence/inaction, it really honestly makes me sick.
Yes and no, but not by choice. They don't really make the kind of games I enjoy anymore, and the few that do are always pretty bad to middling.
When I had a job last year for a month I pretty much stopped playing all games for that entire time. By the time I got home I was always really tired and the last thing I wanted to do was make my brain work. I could have fired something up for 2-3 hours, but by the time I ate supper and got out of my dirty work clothes I didn't want to do anything that didn't involve me just spreading out and not moving until the next day. So I ended up watching a lot of TV and movies.
I got an interview for a job on Wednesday, and if I end up getting it I will probably be in the same boat as the OP and pretty much have to stop; for awhile anyway. It's not physically intense, but it's far away and will require a two hour drive every day to get there and back, and for some reason driving always wears me out more than almost anything. So by the time I get home I doubt I will have much of any kind of energy.
I don't read "professional" reviews as I find them pointless, and user reviews even more so. The whole point of reviews, from my perspective any way, is to find someone that shares a similar taste in games that you do and base what they say about a game against those opinions when deciding on a purchase. I have yet to find someone that shares a similar opinion as I do on more then one or two games, so I don't read them. Plus I have always been able to know if a game is going to be for me or not a majority of the time just on watching some trailers, quicklooks and previews.