@hiimrocktimus: I'm talking about the initial blast. They barely flinched. They turned around like a mosquito touched their ear or something. They eventually started reacting, but if a massive deafening blast that's about 10 feet behind me were to go off, I'm pretty sure I'd flinch harder than that.
This is the type of stuff that conspiracy theorists thrive on. I'm not a conspiracy theorist by any means. I'm just saying that, after seeing that video the first and 60th time...it's an odd thing and one of the biggest things I noticed. People can take all that for whatever they want.
Mind you, none of this is to say my thoughts and sorrow aren't going out to the lives affected by this. It's something that I hate to see happen in any country, state, or city. I'm just hoping they can get some answers soon as to what the hell happened.
I don't even know what the fuck you're implying. That the cops had something to do with it? I dunno...
People like to be negative and cynical on the internet, because they're looking for attention. Notice that even people who gave the game glowing reviews noted that, since no game is truly perfect, there were niggling issues they had with it. But a decent conversation about anything that could potentially be wrong with the game is drowned out by the incessant bullying from the mouth-breathers on the internet. They won't be happy until everybody hates it. They're petty, petty people.
I love the game. I think it's one of the best games I've ever played, and I feel the praise is well-deserved.
I stop playing and do something else, because it's a video game and I don't really get invested. The exception is when I play fighting games and get destroyed, I get really unreasonably pissed. Which is why I don't play fighting games online anymore.
The fact that the online portions of those fighting games have been taken over by people who seem to have been playing them non-stop since they were 8 is why I can't play fighting games anymore. It sucks that there doesn't seem to be a mode for people who are just 'okay' at fighting games to play with one another.
The only couple of times I've ever gotten extremely mad at a video game is that "Luigi's Purple Coins" star in Super Mario Galaxy, which I still maintain is fucking impossible to get, and the online mode of Street Fighter IV, because it's simply unfair. When I feel myself starting to get frustrated, I just turn the game off and do something else. Not worth getting mad over. Also, doing something else and coming back to the game often times will be all you need to get past a really frustrating part.
Yeah, just had the update happen on Steam. I've looked everywhere, and nobody seems to know what it's for. 1.1 GB is quite the hefty update for a patch nobody knows anything about.
On the upside, seeing the update reminded me that I still haven't finished this game, but I'm pretty close. I got pretty far into it, then got super busy with work and studying for finals, totally forgot about it.