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#1 Posted by ICantBeStopped (318 posts) -

Thanks, gentlemen. 53:51 forever.

#2 Posted by ICantBeStopped (318 posts) -

I'm trying to relive a classic GB moment, but I'm having a hard time remembering what the game was called or finding the video.

#3 Posted by ICantBeStopped (318 posts) -

"Ouya made a poor first impressoin..."

So did this article. :(

#4 Edited by ICantBeStopped (318 posts) -

@icantbestopped said:

@alwaysbebombing said:

@authenticm said:

The Castle Doctrine has already seen its fair share of controversies over its development, ranging from its very premise (a man, not a woman, protecting their family)

Oh for fuck's sake. Are people seriously getting angry over this ?

Have you ever been to the internet?

I don't understand what's to get mad about

I think some people get frustrated because it re-enforces a negative social construct that women are weak and need protecting. I think so don't quote me on that.

Well, on average, they're weaker than men, so in a scenario where the family is in danger, the strongest one should do the protecting. That's common sense, and if people want to turn that into gender politics, that's fine. They're also morons.

#5 Posted by ICantBeStopped (318 posts) -

@authenticm said:

The Castle Doctrine has already seen its fair share of controversies over its development, ranging from its very premise (a man, not a woman, protecting their family)

Oh for fuck's sake. Are people seriously getting angry over this ?

Have you ever been to the internet?

I don't understand what's to get mad about

#6 Edited by ICantBeStopped (318 posts) -

It could be that people aren't buying his games in particular because they're pixelated art indy nonsense? I've never heard of any of his games, or seen them on sale, looking them up, I can kind of see why. A lot of times, I won't think a game is worth the asking price, so I'll wait, and I'll jump in for less later on, and I'll have a good time with it down the road, even though it could be years.

Rarely, I'll pick up a game for cheap and find it was one of the best things I've ever played, and buy the sequel at full price because they're good games, but more often than not, I know what I like and what I want to play right away.

Also, people who didn't buy the game at full price and buy it on a sale and have it sitting in a game queue for 'someday' are more likely to play your game and show it to others than those who will never play it or buy it at all. If you want to count out all the ones who would pick it up for the price they think it's actually worth, you're going to reach less people.

I'm not sure why this guy was given a podium. Not everything every indy developer says is interesting.

#7 Edited by ICantBeStopped (318 posts) -

I thought you would have included Dreadhalls? That game made more of an impact on me that most games from 2013. Granted, it's not finished, but there's enough to it that it's a real game, and probably the best on the Rift in terms of polish and giving you a sense of place.

#8 Posted by ICantBeStopped (318 posts) -

angry_cowtipper

Pacific, US

Killzone, AC4

On PS3, Vita, Steam as well (same name)

#9 Posted by ICantBeStopped (318 posts) -

I'm amused by all the 'hypocrite' accusations being thrown around by people.

"People laughed at Nintendo when they made a tablet controller!" - Yes. A tablet controller. They put a non-multitouch, mammoth tablet screen in their 'controller'. This is a controller-sized controller, with a small touch screen, smaller than a Vita in total width.

And Valve is very pro-consumer, Microsoft not so much (or if they are now, they're struggling to portray that their not after their E3 disaster.

#10 Posted by ICantBeStopped (318 posts) -

@icantbestopped said:

@blu3v3nom07 said:

@icantbestopped: Which one, the controller grid, or the HL3 joke? Gies?

The Twitter guy you quoted with two followers.

Oh. Arthur Gies is this guy from Polygon people here like to hate. So now his face is in this thread.

Its more like 22,000, I guess.

Okay. I was asking the meaning behind the humor of what he said, not who he was. I didn't understand it.

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