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@drewbert I think the one thing you may be misunderstanding is the relationship between the AI colonel and the real colonel. Raiden had never in his life met the real colonel, but he had researched a ton about Shadow Moses, so when the AI started giving him directions under the guise of the colonel, Raiden subconsciously took things he knew of the real colonel and blended them into the AI. If Raiden had read that the colonel helping Snake on Shadow Moses was a banana, the AI might have appeared to him in the form of a banana.

It's the idea of taking things that you learn through osmosis and blending them into other things, to the point where you start believing the two things were always one. The two individual ideas are lost and you suddenly think that you had this idea to begin with and it's wholly original. But it's not; it is a byproduct of two separate existing ideas being merged in your head.

This situation becomes extra confusing because the colonel and Rose are actually real people. The Rose you're talking to in the game for most of it is real, up until the end where AI Rose takes over, but the colonel was the AI from the very beginning.

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Man, the gameplay looks janky as shit... Having the Caragor run up against the wall for five seconds before not climbing looks dumb.

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Now... the real shit begins... I can't wait for next episode!

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@aegon said:

Anyone notice that I-no goes topless after winning the first round? That's kind of messed up.

Why, what's "messed up" about it?

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I'm happy they are finally re-releasing the BEST DMC game. Woot!

DmC was a great game, but the best DMC is still far and away Devil May Cry 3.

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@patrickklepek Why do they have to justify creating another Uncharted? If Naughty Dog feels they have another story to tell in that world why do they have prove anything? I mean, sure you could say that a new IP would be cool, if only to see some new stuff from a talented developer, but going back to Uncharted is not a problem.

It's this weird thing that has been happening more and more recently with people bagging on sequels, even when the sequels are sometimes more then two years apart. I understand if you feel like some yearly franchises get tiresome because they don't have enough time to change anything significant, but anything that is around two years makes perfect sense. Like I remember Jeff complaining back when Arkham City came out that he was kind of starting to get tired of the Arkham style games and that blew my mind. Asylum came out in 2009 and City came out in 2011... I just don't understand how a two year break for people isn't enough time for them to maybe want to go back and play something similar. Especially considering how the original thing was something that you enjoyed immensely.

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Who the hell would eat a cow pie for $20...? I wouldn't eat that for any amount of money... Eww...

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@brad The Radiant Energy and Radiant Shards are used exclusively to upgrade Exotic gear past their previous limits. Its how the Exotics stay relevant despite new weapons and stuff being introduced.

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@grondoth said:

I really hope Destiny wins most disappointing. Although there are some strong contenders; Watch_Dogs and Titanfall came out this year too.

I don't really understand why people want to wish ill on something just because they didn't like it. Destiny lacked content, sure, but it was still fun enough that tons and tons of people put in hundreds of hours into it anyways. From a hours to dollars ratio, I technically got the most out of money from Destiny, then any other game this year. Do I wish there was more to it? Of course, but games like Titanfall were far more spartan in their content and deserve that title way more then Destiny does.

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Vinny's "fuck you, no way..." cracked me the hell up.