• kcin posted a message in the forum topic Dan's growing on me. on the Bombcast board.

    @wrighteous86: Iced tea is black tea, it's just cold. You also said that tea is "for the most part...seen as something old women drink". That's flat-out untrue. You spoke on behalf of America, and de...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Dan's growing on me. on the Bombcast board.

    I like Dan. He is very enthusiastic and wants other people to be into what they're playing with him. I'm not bothered by the fact that he has so many strange gaps in his life experiences and genera...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Dan's growing on me. on the Bombcast board.

    @wrighteous86 said:I'm going to assume neither of you are American, but tea is not really all that common here (unless you include iced tea, green tea, etc). Sure, I'd say a decent number of people ha...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Snowpiercer as BioShock on the Off-Topic board.

    @spraynardtatum: I felt that the characterizations were stronger in Elysium (for only a few of the main players, anyway - the protagonist and the military antagonist), and the beginning was more inte...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Snowpiercer as BioShock on the Off-Topic board.

    @spraynardtatum: You're right, it does briefly demonstrate what warrants the revolt. However, I would have liked to see the revolt begin, rather than seeing it already beginning. I also felt that whi...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Snowpiercer as BioShock on the Off-Topic board.

    @jimipeppr: That's understandable. I felt like it was the middle or end of a larger saga, on the other hand - one which I would have liked to see more of.

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Snowpiercer as BioShock on the Off-Topic board.

    @jimipeppr said:@kcin: I was wondering why Curtis was a reluctant hero for most of the movie and the explanation near the end was very satisfying. Movies are a condensed form of storytelling... Snow...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Snowpiercer as BioShock on the Off-Topic board.

    @spraynardtatum said:Reading these comments I feel like people just watch movies now to poke holes in them.I am responding more to the critical response heaped on Snowpiercer than I am to the movie i...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Snowpiercer as BioShock on the Off-Topic board.

    @jimipeppr said: @kcin said: This dialogue occurs within the first five minutes. I felt that the film didn't deserve to start where it did without having done any serious worldbuilding, considering h...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Snowpiercer as BioShock on the Off-Topic board.

    @i_stay_puft said: I actually think it's weird people thought that film was great. I saw it and didn't hate it, but I also thought it wasn't that great. Three parts that cracked me up in that film wa...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Hidden Gems on Steam on the Steam board.

    Worms Armageddon is the best Worms game ever made by a fucking landslide, with beautiful hand-drawn sprites and silly 90's cartoons animation, both of which they abandoned for reasons I cannot fathom...

  • kcin posted a message on the post Unfinished: Destiny 07/18/2014.

    @luck702 said:@notsonic said: @luck702 said: @deathfromace said: @vod_crack said: @notsonic said: How does Dan not know PSO?The holes in his knowledge/experiences are really weird.Come on, it wasn...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic That game you can never manage to finish. on the General Discussion board.

    I am on my fourth attempt to complete Hitman: Blood Money, as the previous three times, my saves have corrupted across the original XBOX and various PCs. Any other games which I haven't completed ar...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Built my computer, now for the OS! I have questions on the General Discussion board.

    You'll also need to be sure your BIOS is set to recognize a USB stick as your boot drive. Access your BIOS on boot, and find where it sets your boot priority, then set it to USB if it has that option...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Social Issues and Giant Bomb: The Internet Is Serious Business (but It Doesn't Have to Be) on the General Discussion board.

    I think that it's fantastic that the staff is speaking up about this in this thread, not just because I am for allowing video games to be a jumping off point into conversations about larger subjects o...

  • kcin posted a message on the post Quick Look: Shantae: Risky's Revenge.

    Man. That rock dude with the "NO" sign makes me want a Banjo-Kazooie Metroidvania so badly. What a perfect fit that would be for that franchise.

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Social Issues and Giant Bomb: The Internet Is Serious Business (but It Doesn't Have to Be) on the General Discussion board.

    @julius: You seem to be interested more in semantics than discussion. Enjoy your thread.

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Social Issues and Giant Bomb: The Internet Is Serious Business (but It Doesn't Have to Be) on the General Discussion board.

    @julius said:@kcin: the internet is definitely a larger place. However, it still hasn't caught up to the real world in the sense that "context" isn't a concept we've really figured out yet. Except fo...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Social Issues and Giant Bomb: The Internet Is Serious Business (but It Doesn't Have to Be) on the General Discussion board.

    @rorie: I don't mean to draw in other social issues, I am using them as an example of how the internet is a reflection of the real world. I don't intend to discuss those issues.EDIT: Ah, I see these ...

  • kcin posted a message in the forum topic Social Issues and Giant Bomb: The Internet Is Serious Business (but It Doesn't Have to Be) on the General Discussion board.

    The Internet isn't a separate place any longer. The joke that "the internet is serious business" was funny because the internet was a more limited social space than it is today. People who spent all d...