Meteora's forum posts

#1 Edited by Meteora (5789 posts) -

I'll add newcomers since I'm a newcomer as well, my PSN is Meteora-NA.

Well, newcomer as in someone who's returned back to the game somewhat mildly more interested after hearing Brad's support for the game on the recent podcast to give it another shot.

Oh yeah and I'm in pacific time zone (PST or whatever the hell it is again).

#2 Posted by Meteora (5789 posts) -

Just applied for the NA West clan.

PSN: Meteora-NA

Bungie: MeteoraNA

#3 Posted by Meteora (5789 posts) -

This is like something you want to believe as some big joke. But apparently it isn't.

I'm shocked and saddened that he passed away, especially at his young age. I've been following Ryan and Giantbomb since 2008. I almost had the chance of meeting him at PAX, but I didn't. I thought to myself "well no worries, I'll see him next time". Now I regret it, I'll never get the chance.

RIP Ryan

#4 Edited by Meteora (5789 posts) -

They really should release Final Fantasy Versus XIII before announcing anything else new.

#5 Posted by Meteora (5789 posts) -

The budget is actually quite conservative. Maybe high for kickstarter standards but conservative none the less for your average game. Though I'm not sure if this counts as an indie game, I have no idea how much it may cost to make an indie game with a decent budget.

#6 Posted by Meteora (5789 posts) -

Giantbomb.

/jk

#7 Posted by Meteora (5789 posts) -

I don't know what I'm getting myself into, but I'm signing up in the art department.

#8 Edited by Meteora (5789 posts) -

In case I don't like Windows 8, is there a way to downgrade back to Windows 7? That's my biggest concern to jumping boats (well, aside from a bunch of software being borked).

#9 Posted by Meteora (5789 posts) -

Google Docs, if you have constant internet access. Its by far the best (though it has its share of quirky issues).

#10 Posted by Meteora (5789 posts) -

Its always been my strong impression that Brad and Vinny are quieter than Jeff, Ryan and Patrick. When the panel was over and I got to meet Vinny it was an awesome experience. I think if the panel was two hours long he'd have a lot more things to say and talk about but that's just me.