Jacy's forum posts
Of course, Canada has gone much further than California to defend America's and the west's interest, so depending on the leader... you never know.
Personally, I'd like to see more space games. Whether they be like Mass Effect or a space ship simulator, or simply a space simulator where you live your life out. I am partial to them all.
To clarify, what I mean by this is the next World War 2, Space Marine or Zombie Apocolypse 'genre' that is so overdone that you'll have no interest in it once the genre has fully exhausted itself.
Excuse the poorly executed rhymes by the way. I swear, I get better with time, like a finely made wine, that masters these sick ass rhymes while committing dope ass crimes. For real.
I noticed this sentiment while going through the comments of the recent trailer. Instead of simply saying 'This is a video game, guys! Get over it!' and posting it in the comments section, I figured I'd give you a somewhat detailed analysis of Korea, and why this back story is only slightly far fetched if it were to play out precisely as it was laid out in the video. If you want to skip to the part where I analyze the future junk, ctrl+f to the part that says 'Homefront Future (HFF): 2011'.
North Korea, 1994
July 4th-October 9th, 2006
March 26th, 2010
HOMEFRONT FUTURE (HFF): 2011
Now, I know some of this sounds insane, and this won't happen more than likely. However, as a story, it does make sense. We don't know how politics, economy and technology will advance and morph over the next 13 years. If they did happen this way, though, there's a chance it could happen. Is it a grim future? Of course, but most evil empires are born through very dark and grim circumstances, typically through the fall of larger, formerly more powerful nations. It's how evolution works, and I understand that change and evolution is scary, but it is also inevitable. Should these events happen, however impossibly unlikely that is, know that if the U.S. is in fact better than Korea, we'll win in the end! Yay! Until then, though, this is just a hypothetical story to a game that brings back great memories of Freedom Fighters. Let's leave it at that.
Or! You can argue anything I said here, and (up until a point) I'll try to respond with the most logical response possible.
Enjoy the morning/day/evening! :D
So, I signed up for this the day the website was available.
The day the beta came out, and for the newsletter. Never recieved another newsletter, and was never included within this program. Really disappointed with this, OnLive. Never got invited, never got a newsletter, never got anything. So, now I, as an 'early adopter' in the truest of the sense, am out of a years subscription, and now I'll not use this service until there's a free trial. Real shame.
Enjoy your day, bud, and try to realize your flaws are yours, not mine. Thanks.