Well I had to watch it at this point. And it was exactly what I expected, a very stupid movie that is on the same level as other Rogen-Franco films. It was alright but I haven't been a big fan of their films.
Guys do you really think one of the biggest releases of the console generation will only have a two month window for advertising?
I don't get why people say this. This isn't some unknown title that needs a ton of advertising. Not to mention it has been getting articles, press coverage, and covered at cons for the last two years. I guess none of that counts as advertising though? I am also pretty sure the re release of ground zeroes as a front page sale on the first day of the steam winter sale probably reminded plenty of people about MGSV too.
You are talking about the hardest of the hardcore, that may at most make up about 20% of MGSV sales. The massive amount of people that need traditional advertising to make sure a game of this scale sells well enough to turn a profit needs a much bigger time frame then two months.
@spraynardtatum: I think when a country with a history of assassinating heads of state, is making a comedy about assassinating heads of state it should be condemned. I don't think it's a act of war, but it is super inappropriate.
You should never confuse the people (singular or groups) in a country and the government of a country. The film does not represent any political view or ideology of the government which was elected by the majority. Just because a branch of the US government may or may not have assassinated heads of state does not mean the people who made this film represents policy/law making government offices.
When it comes to build quality and durability I have yet to see a company top Apple but that comes at a pretty steep cost in terms of the dollars to specs ratio. If you want a laptop that will last 5-7 years which you're not planning on doing a heavy amount of gaming on then a Macbook with decent amount of RAM would be my choice.