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#1 Posted by FLStyle (5010 posts) -

UPF is generally ass, but on odd occasions it's good. Here's some general thoughts:

  • Drew is cool but plays a lot of games I'm either not interested in or are first-person which I can't watch
  • Jeff almost exclusively plays first-person games.
  • Dan's segments are the most watchable for me, enjoy his stuff.
  • A lot of the time I wish someone would tell Rorie to be quiet when he asks a question about something he doesn't know anything about, which in itself seems to be a whole lot more things than I previously thought, a lot of the questions make me groan in frustration.
  • Brad picks less first-person games than Jeff but even the non-first-person ones I have no interest in watching.
  • If any of them are playing a fighting game I will close it down immediately, fighting game tournament streams have ruined me on watching button mashers like the GB staff.

I preferred Thursday Night Throwdown and Whiskey Media Happy Hour.

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#3 Posted by FLStyle (5010 posts) -

@pyrodactyl:

  • Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (26 episodes, 25 minutes each)
  • Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: 2nd Gig (26 episodes, 25 minutes each)
  • Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Solid State Society (105 minute film)

SAC is superior to the films and Arise as far as I'm concerned.

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#4 Posted by FLStyle (5010 posts) -

@feathered: MGS1 is dirt cheap, what are you talking about? Get it played and then move on to MGS2.

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#5 Posted by FLStyle (5010 posts) -

@bbalpert said:

The reason people feel nauseous is (supposedly) because the brain says "whoa whoa whoa hold the phone! One sense says I'm moving and one sense says I'm NOT moving. They can't both be right, so SOMETHING is messed up with one of them. I don't know why one of them is messed up, but I'm going to assume it's some kind of poison that my stupid body ate. That poison needs to go, so I'll send some pukey signals to this idiot's tummy to flush that garbage out."

Again, this may not be the actual mechanism or cause of motion sickness, but it seems like a reasonable explanation to me.

This is how I've always understood it, which is why I always wonder why the most common suggestion is to get your inner ears in line by putting headphones on and cranking up the volume (of course at the risk of damaging your hearing).

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#7 Posted by FLStyle (5010 posts) -

@flstyle: My apologies, I am very new to writing blogs. But I thank you for letting me know.

No worries, keep it up!

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