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#1 Posted by dancinginfernal (474 posts) -

I bought the white PS4 bundle and don't regret that at all. I do wish I could have gotten it with a different game though, Destiny is a little barren and the loot is meager. I might enjoy it more if I could start playing with people but without matchmaking that takes more effort than it's probably worth.

Exactly the hole I'm in, I mostly play PC, so I have like no friends on consoles. Bungie has always had a problem with adding matchmaking to co-op though, so I'm honestly not surprised it's nonexistent. It just sucks when it's doubled with the fact there's no split-screen.

#2 Edited by dancinginfernal (474 posts) -

Now that's all well and good my friend, but riddle me this! How does one make a game called No More Heroes and not put this masterpiece in it? We deserve answers!

#3 Posted by dancinginfernal (474 posts) -

Without a fuckin' doubt.

#4 Edited by dancinginfernal (474 posts) -

@video_game_king said:

@dancinginfernal said:

@video_game_king said:

I've read some parenting advice that suggests you get kids to do what you want by making them choose between two of the exact same thing. For example, rather than telling your kid to put their pajamas on, you ask them if they want the red pair or the blue pair tonight.

I imagine that's what American politics is like.

If you want your analogy to be more representative of modern American politics, you would ask the kid if he wants his pajamas on forward, or backward.

My youngest one just keeps screaming, "RON PAUL!" I have no idea what to do with her.

I'm afraid she's already gone, there's nothing we can do...

#5 Edited by dancinginfernal (474 posts) -

@video_game_king said:

I've read some parenting advice that suggests you get kids to do what you want by making them choose between two of the exact same thing. For example, rather than telling your kid to put their pajamas on, you ask them if they want the red pair or the blue pair tonight.

I imagine that's what American politics is like.

If you want your analogy to be more representative of modern American politics, you would ask the kid if he wants his pajamas on forward, or backward.

#6 Edited by dancinginfernal (474 posts) -

@marcsman said:

@dancinginfernal: It was blocked spoiler first of all. And he was not even cast or mentioned on the show. Cannot see how it is a spoiler.

All I'm saying is that the op of this thread explicitly states that if you mark text as a spoiler, you have to tell people what it's a spoiler for. And I haven't looked at the details of your spoiler, but if it's not a spoiler, then why did you mark it as one?

#7 Edited by dancinginfernal (474 posts) -

@marcsman,@feels:

Mark your freaking spoilers duders, Jesus. How many more mods have to lay down the law in this thread before you guys listen?

#8 Posted by dancinginfernal (474 posts) -

Anyone else hanging out in Sweep's Luchadeer Lounge like last year? Love listening to other duder's tastes in music ;)

#9 Edited by dancinginfernal (474 posts) -

@alwaysbebombing,@teaoverlord: They're democracies are called socialist partly because of the cold war I think, just because their policies were often considered so far left leaning that they've passed into Marxism, which as you said, is completely untrue and pretty much impossible. I think the reason this ignorant/paranoid theory has persisted so long is because of Reagan and the rise of conservatives throughout our government. Although, that's partially biased on my part, because I can pretty much blame Reagan for anything and everything that's gone wrong in the past 30 years.

#10 Posted by dancinginfernal (474 posts) -

capitalism is bad

Even though I agree with you, most Americans believe it is an integral part of any Democracy. Of course, anyone outside of the United States knows that's bs, what with countries like Canada and Sweden thriving with Socialist Democracies, oh how my country's ignorance makes me sad sometimes :(