Kaineda77's forum posts

#1 Posted by Kaineda77 (148 posts) -

I don't mind dying over and over again if the load times are quick, but (at least on the Vita) it takes about 20 seconds to go from death to next try which kills it for me. Here's hoping they patch in a quick restart.

#2 Posted by Kaineda77 (148 posts) -

Once I realized that Kid Rock was ryhming "things" with "things" in "all summer long", I couldn't unhear it anymore. Really spoils one of the most original songs by one of the greatest artist of this century.

#3 Posted by Kaineda77 (148 posts) -

My condolences to you and your family.

#4 Posted by Kaineda77 (148 posts) -
#5 Edited by Kaineda77 (148 posts) -

I really wish I wasn't reading shit on this forum that involves people justifying hacking and slander because of one sided personal grudges with people you don't even know.

But unfortunately, I am. And it just makes me incredibly sad.

Well said, I'll stop reading now.

#6 Edited by Kaineda77 (148 posts) -

I played this game probably in the late 80ies-mid 90ies. It was a Puzzle-Action PC-game with an isometric perspective and took place in a skyscraper. There were different levels of AI (i think they looked like blobs in different shapes and the most advanced one looked like a human). The AI had taken over the building and you were trying to find a way up (or down). It came out with veeery little fanfare, but I remembeR reading a very positive review on it.


#7 Posted by Kaineda77 (148 posts) -

I haven't even played it but I wished it would either fully embrace that it is a videogame that does not need hollow story reasons for you to shoot aliens or have a story it commits to. From what I saw in the quick look, it surely is fun to play, but it feels less like a bold vision than a combination of things put together with the purpose of making money. Hope that made sense.

#8 Posted by Kaineda77 (148 posts) -

What a nice layout, I wonder if its LateX

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#10 Posted by Kaineda77 (148 posts) -

Often times I saw a forum topic thinking "oh, this is gonna be ugly". Then I scrolled down and all I read was encouragements, respectful replies, empathy.