MikkaQ's forum posts

#1 Posted by MikkaQ (10288 posts) -

Sounds like you need to set and fulfill some goals. And get some hobbies.

#2 Posted by MikkaQ (10288 posts) -

Okay England, as if kerb, tyre and aluminium wasn't bad enough, you have to go and call pulp bits? Straight up, fuck you all.

#3 Posted by MikkaQ (10288 posts) -

@BlackLagoon said:

@MikkaQ said:

I think it has been established how perfectly well the Yakuza games fit the criteria, but I doubt we'll ever see one because they're too hard to get into, and start off painfully slowly.

Only if they have a strategy to deal with all scenes where the game more or less turns into a unnarrated visual novel. Else you just end up as the Yakuza 4 Quick Look, which wasn't pretty.

Yep, it's pretty heavy on that especially around the beginnings and ends of the games. But not all of Persona 4 was voiced, and it still worked for the most part.

#4 Posted by MikkaQ (10288 posts) -

I think it has been established how perfectly well the Yakuza games fit the criteria, but I doubt we'll ever see one because they're too hard to get into, and start off painfully slowly.

#5 Posted by MikkaQ (10288 posts) -

Honestly kinda disappointed so far. SSX has been the most fun I've had with a game this year though.

#6 Posted by MikkaQ (10288 posts) -

No I just bought a cheap PS2.

#7 Posted by MikkaQ (10288 posts) -

@Zithe said:

@AlexW00d said:

So what you're saying is you want us all to communicate in grunts? What is with this over simplifying the English language that the US have started (and seemingly some Canadians have joined). Do you guys really struggle with it that much? Your is written your, so is colour. One of those has an O sound one a more U-like sound, note which takes away the U. At this point I wish the Empire didn't conquer half the world that way our language wouldn't be so butchered :(

That's fair enough, but how do you explain the way you guys skip over certain letters in many of your words and then add them to the end of others? For example, the word "car" has an R on the end. The word "idea" doesn't.

I have no "idear" why you mix them up. :P

Also in old kung-fu movies which were invariably dubbed by some partied out Londoner in the 70s, they always say "ninjer" and I can't stop laughing. Also "idear" is pretty funny too.

#8 Posted by MikkaQ (10288 posts) -

@AlexW00d said:

@MikkaQ

@AlexW00d said:

@MikkaQ

@Canteu said:

@MikkaQ: I'm sorry but there is no Aluminum on the table of elements.

Unless you guys discovered a new element without telling anybody.

What you mean this little element right here?

Oh my giddy god you Americans have actually altered the periodic table for your dumb version of our language? Next it'll be sodum and lithum and potassum and, yeah, you get it.

More like we've made it better. Have fun flailing your tongue like a crazed animal with that extra syllable.

Also I live in Canada, just clearing that up. Even the commonwealth regonizes how backwards England English is.

So what you're saying is you want us all to communicate in grunts? What is with this over simplifying the English language that the US have started (and seemingly some Canadians have joined). Do you guys really struggle with it that much? Your is written your, so is colour. One of those has an O sound one a more U-like sound, note which takes away the U. At this point I wish the Empire didn't conquer half the world that way our language wouldn't be so butchered :(

I wonder what an 18th century English speaker will think of your modern dialect? Languages evolve, it's not some big tragedy that purists make it out to be. Also yes, if we can express whole feelings, emotions, complex thoughts and plans in a simple series of grunts, we've pretty much mastered oral communication and we'd have nowhere to go but telepathy.

#9 Edited by MikkaQ (10288 posts) -

@AlexW00d said:

@MikkaQ

@Canteu said:

@MikkaQ: I'm sorry but there is no Aluminum on the table of elements.

Unless you guys discovered a new element without telling anybody.

What you mean this little element right here?

Oh my giddy god you Americans have actually altered the periodic table for your dumb version of our language? Next it'll be sodum and lithum and potassum and, yeah, you get it.

More like we've made it better. Have fun flailing your tongue like a crazed animal with that extra syllable.

Also I live in Canada, just clearing that up. Even the commonwealth regonizes how backwards England English is.

#10 Posted by MikkaQ (10288 posts) -

@Canteu said:

@MikkaQ: I'm sorry but there is no Aluminum on the table of elements.

Unless you guys discovered a new element without telling anybody.

What you mean this little element right here?