I love Jeff, he's awesome, but the amount of hate Totalbiscuit is getting here bums me out.
Imagine how it feels from here
Hey just wanted to let you know I really appreciate what you've been doing especially after everything you've gone through recently. I can't say I particularly agree with a lot of what GG is but the fact that you seem wiling to sit down and listen to all sides of the argument is really cool.
This may be considered light spoilers, so I'll block out a couple things.
I'm a warrior. I want to take the Templar Specialization, but Cassandra Won't prompt the conversation to give me the Writing I need, and everything I've looked up says she has it. Anyone know if I'm missing something?
it's in the house next to the stairs close to her on the third floor.
Today I ran into a bug where one of the characters in a cut scene was invisible and didn't speak, the only way I knew he was even there was people where still talking to him. Sucked because it seemed like a pretty important part for iron bull.
Can anyone confirm or deny if they manage to carry over the appearance of your Hawke? I always got the impression that the Keep only grabs the image portrait of your Hawke and not necessarily the data that constitutes the makeup of their face.
There's actually a part in the game before you encounter Hawke where you can basically go into a DA2 character creator and fiddle with the appearance as you please. Which I think is pretty neat, considering you could add some extra details to suggest the passage of time.
I had a weird glitch happen to me where if I go to customize him my inquisitors voice changed from the American sounding one to the British sounding one.
I'm not sure what kind of subject were talking about here but if it's a serious one you can go and talk to a therapist, they're usually pretty good at putting things in perspective and you can pretty much guarantee they will hear you out. Talking in person is generally better anyway. I hope you get whatever is happening sorted out since it seems to be causing you no small amount of stress.
This whole kotaku thing has me really confused. There are some people who are saying that they have no problem with the policy change but they have a problem with giving up ground and that it doesn't matter if a criticism is legitimate because it's been linked to trolls. Apparently everything is absolute either your with them or you might as well be the one harassing these people. I have a lot of sympathy for those being harassed and I know it's not everybody in games media but if the games press don't want to be treated as some kind of hive mind they should extend the same courtesy to the people on the "other side".