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I don't think any of those terms really fit. They're not "friends", or even really aquaintances, because as much as I feel like I know about them sometimes and despite how much they've become such a regular part of my life, they don't actually know who the fuck I am. But they're more than just strangers. I think Ryan's death proved that to me. I've had family member deaths affect me less deeply than that did.
Frankly I have no idea what term I would use to describe it, but it's certainly a weird relationship.
That's the point I'm making. They occupy an odd space in our lives that no generation before has been exposed to. It's a new kind of relationship.
And Jeff totally is all over the internet streaming increasing hours of his life lol
That's true. Although more hours of my week are 'spent' with the GB guys than most friends, if I add up the content I consume.
And isn't it also creepy to call them 'strangers you follow from a remote location?'
@wickedcobra03: I got it for $25 also from Newegg I think, it was a sale not too long ago. I figured the issues would be fixed eventually and a BF game was worth it at that price.
I had one lockup in the campaign and two so far in multiplayer. Not too bad for a couple dozen hours of gameplay, although the lockups unfortunately happen toward the end of matches when I've accrued a lot of points :/
For the record, the single player is super short and lame. It was a disappointment even to my low expectations.
Hey guys just bought BF4 and started playing it last night (Jan 18th), I waited on my purchase because of the horror stories I heard about glitches, crashes, and lost data.
That being said, I've played multiplayer for a good 6 hours yesterday and today, and I've only had one freeze. No lag, no other crashes, no screwed up hit boxes on enemies, and barely any geometry weirdness. The graphics are a bit muddy but it's very playable.
I can't comment on any other versions, so have most problems been fixed for other people? It's a good sign of progress, and I'm having fun with the game!
"I want more hippie bullshit in my games."
Well put, Patrick. It isn't a popular opinion, but I love the highly creative indie games that are finally getting attention from publishers. I also like when that creativity bleeds into the AAA game sphere, and I hope to see more of it!
Fill out as many applications as you can. Ask your friends if their parent's employers are hiring any entry-level people. Most importantly, stick to it. It's a tough economy and you've got a lot of competition from others.
Find your niche (ask yourself what you do most with your time - that's your skill) and build a career around it. If you aren't already doing something related to what you'd like to in the future, then start doing it NOW! Offer your employers something they cannot find anywhere else.
Best of luck duder!