The only kpop song that ive ever liked is Baby Vox Oo Yun. i have no idea why, it just stuck in my head. As a whole, it seems like the asian pop culture is detestable. its so fake, scripted, chaste and boring.
Can anyone tell me who Theon's captivators were and who the guy who saved him from them was? The whole Theon shindig from the moment he rode to capture Winterfell until now is one big mess in my head. One moment he's burning Winterfell and killing its residents, the next moment he's surrounded/has to flee/his men betray him/he's a prisoner/WTF
They are the same people, he likes to fuck with his prisoners, giving them hope that they can escape and then punishing them for trying, etc. He's Roose Bolton's bastard son, Ramsay. Roose talks to Rob about how his bastard can gather some men and retake Winterfell last season. Theon's men knocked him out and gave him up so they could escape.
@hailinel: Polygon isn't a casual browsing site right now but given their style I have to believe they want to get IGN/Gamespot viewership numbers in the future and it's for this crowd that this system I believe is intended for. Also their are more games released today that go through major rebuilds, MMO's are the most common but in 3 years games like Destiny will be more common and these games will go through major rebuilds which could make the game play vastly different than it was at launch. Launch reviews of WoW do not represent the current WoW experience and this review system allows them to easily adapt their score to the game that you would buy when you read the review.
If SimCity never works like it should then yeah the score shouldn't be put back to 9.5. But from my play as soon as Cheetah Speed is back in the game it will be operating like the game reviewers reviewed and that is when I'll see if Polygon can really be trusted for reviews at launch, or at the very least that reviewer.
I find it hard to take the review seriously when there's a string of scores at the bottom of it. It reads more like the editor can't make up his mind.
I get what you mean, but with the state of games now it totally makes sense. These aren't scores that have to run in magazines that need to be decided on weeks early to make a print deadline.
the problem is that they are all about the money and the games end up suffering because of it. the people calling the shots want to make mone. not games. look at da2 and me3. they lowered the bar too low on system specs and ended up with gimped cities. and some exec probaqbly told them to "make it more like The Sims, that made us a lot of money"
Started with arrow keys, then my step dad showed me ESDF, which gave you a few more keys on the left to bind things, but at some point I got tired of rebinding everything and just started going with WASD.