Will it play Mario games? This "grand theft auto" games are just too violent.
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Need more burning questions!
Also, if you're going to listen to the legions of people telling you to play shitty games, I don't think you should play games that you KNOW are shitty, but ones that look shitty (but who knows for sure, because everyone has already dismissed it as garbage). All it takes is an interesting premise executed with a shovelware budget to make for a good article/video.
C'mon Patrick, you can't ask me to read all this. I really think this information would be better conveyed through a Quick Look.
Nuke it from orbit.
Wow thanks for replying, man! I can't believe it, it's like a once in a lightyear event on Giant Bomb. It's funny how rarely the Giant Bomb staff members reply to users on Giant Bomb, considering how casual Giant Bomb is, when Gamespot guys such as Tom McShea or Carolyn Petit do it quite often. Perhaps it is because the Giant Bomb men are just busier in general. I got a reply last week from Alex from finding a spelling error and strictly reminding him, which I was also really pleased about.
I guess it's sad that these replies are negative in nature. It's just a dream, but, an interaction like this would really please me:
Wow cool video, man! Really interesting to watch.
Wow thanks, mahn. It really pleases me that you liked it.
Really sorry for pissing you off though - I guess I would be pissed off too if someone told me to make a video when I had just written an intricate article. Ha! Ha!
Jesus Christ you sure like to type a lot. Couldn't you express your opinions in a less aggravating way, such as a VBlog or a tweet?
Am I the only person who went and played all of Persona 3 before jumping into Persona 4? And managed to do both before the end of the Endurance Run? Haha I had a lot of free time.
Well, either way, I wouldn't mind if took an anime approach to Persona 3, although I'm not sure if the story would translate as well. Persona 3's story really meanders a lot for the first half of the game, to the point where their main objective isn't even made 100% clear until a huge WHAM moment past the halfway mark.
@buzz_clik: I'm not exactly sure, the website says the image needs to be a minimum of 840x840 to upload into their system, but when you do that you end up with a picture that is the perfect width but almost twice as tall as it needs to be.
 Hmm, I was fiddling around with the image preview on their website, using the example you posted originally, and it seems like it'd be the perfect size if it was about 1.5x to 2x bigger.
@Beanpants: Ha! That'd be perfect for some other credit card shenanigans I was thinking of. I'd add an additional user to my account with the name "Douchebag Fakename", make that the background, write "VOID DO NOT HONOR" all over the back in the signature field, and see how many purchases I can make with it.
@buzz_clik: Oh wow, that's perfect. Thank you! I should have known someone on Giantbomb probably had something whipped up already.
Being the unique snowflake that I am, I'd say Capital One's custom credit card images are the perfect way to tell every cashier "IM A NERD AND I ENJOY RECKLESS SPENDING" in the most efficient way possible. But I'm not exactly sure what image I should use. My original idea was to use a picture of a fat can of "The Pickles" from Deadly Premonition, but all the images I find are extremely low resolution (which makes sense, considering they were extremely low resolution even in the game itself).
I'm not exactly an art person, and don't have any art friends, so I'd be willing to pay someone to draw me a hi res copy of some deadly pickles, but I was wondering what you guys thought. Should I stick with the pickles? Should I get another Endurance Run reference instead, like Funky Student? Or perhaps some other obscure inside joke? Before you suggest something, here's a list of Capital One's guidelines for custom images. The short version is, it can't contain anything that is obviously copyrighted by someone else (although something sufficiently obscure might squeak by), it can't be something stolen (if you had an image in mind, I'd need the owners permission to use it), and it should be work safe. Also, the image should probably be wider than it is tall. You know, rectangles and all.
Here's an image of the card with a solid black background as a reference, if that helps. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
The problem with your first point is that nobody actually uses the fast lane for passing. They use the fast lane for going fast. And that really only applies to roads with three or more lanes in each direction. Frankly, on a two lane road, there are too many people trying to turn left or avoid being stuck next to all the cars on the street for it to function as a passing lane. Meaning that in order for them to follow that advice, they need to speed. And it's called a speed limit people, not a speed suggestion.