Awesome! I'm picking up my copy on my way home from class. Stoked that there's a server. Sorry that I didn't see this in time to contribute, but I'll chip in next time for sure!
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@michaelfossback I'm hoping to start a "Michigan Duders Association" now that I know there's so many of us. I'm gonna make an email list and try to put together a "newsletter" for those interested. I'll try to set up a Google group and Steam group as well
So I know last night I was saying that I'd PM everyone, but I realised it makes more sense for all of you guys to PM me your email if you'd like to be added to the meetup list.
I'm Pat by the way, I'm really sorry I didn't get a chance to chat with you all! I was running around trying to make sure there was beer on the table.
This is absolutely awesome. I'm an ENORMOUS Carpenter fan, his movies have a spiritual significance for me, so to see even a brief interview with him on my favorite website is a dream come true. Awesome work Patrick!
Also, that Thing prequel isn't that bad, I actually quite enjoyed it at the theater. It's nowhere near as good as the original (which is one of the absolute greatest horror films ever made) but it's a hell of a lot better than that Rob Zombie Halloween abomination.
Talk about a legacy. Tom Clancy was the finest author of military fiction to ever put pen to paper. Sad to hear of his passing. Rest in peace!
I propose a Tom Clancy themed Unprofessional Fridays in rememberance!
Would love to get my hands on one of these. hope it doesn't cost more than $100 though!
It's weird that Apple's being cagey about it, it's not like there's anything wrong with exclusivity deals.
@capum15: That makes a lot of sense. I knew there were missions for your properties where you could smash up the competition and increase revenue, but it figures that it would work for stocks too. Now that I think about it, I believe I heard somewhere that you can influence the stock of auto makers by smashing up cars from other companies or something. Thanks for the clarification!
I had issues with it at first. I just played Lost and the Damned last week to get ready for 5, and I really enjoyed it. Then I got to thinking a bit more and realized that while I did enjoy it, Johnny was the nastiest of the three characters. He seemed to have even less remorse for his actions than Niko (and certainly Luis) and his willingness to off Billy showed that he was not a "good" guy. Furthermore, his inability to cut Ashley loose sets up his own meth addiction perfectly.
If it had been Trevor curb stomping the Johnny that I like, the guy at the midpoint of TLAD, then yea, I would have felt that it went too far. But if you think about what Johnny must be like now, I think it's less upsetting, and it did set the tone for Trevor as a character and for the world outside of the city.
I can't, however, decide if I think Trevor's commitment to Michael's family is really out of place or a refreshing level of depth for his character.