nick_verissimo's forum posts

#1 Edited by nick_verissimo (1390 posts) -

I think it's fine that she called out the site as a whole. With the exception of Patrick and Alex, there hasn't been a lot of rhetoric by the guys on the site and with how big of a voice that they actually have within the community, should have been a little more proactive about it. Yes, this whole thing has transcended video games, but the more public condemnation from someone like Jeff, who is the figurehead of the site, the better. I want my favourite video game site to just be about video games like everyone else, but things have changed.

#2 Posted by nick_verissimo (1390 posts) -
#3 Posted by nick_verissimo (1390 posts) -

I didn't really play P4A when it came out, but I'm considering buying this for pack-ins and Persona series completeness. I'm a bad person, right? I feel like a bad person...

#4 Posted by nick_verissimo (1390 posts) -

Even if it is eventually free, Jeff's review and the quick look didn't leave much to desired. Won't be rushing to download it haha.

#5 Posted by nick_verissimo (1390 posts) -

I can't imagine what you're going through, but I hope your family is doing well. All the best and take care Jeff!

#6 Posted by nick_verissimo (1390 posts) -

No thanks!

#7 Posted by nick_verissimo (1390 posts) -

I don't wholly think a next-gen version is really necessary. They'd spend far more porting and developing for it than they'd actually make back on those versions; the install base makes sense to only put out for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC in my opinion.

#8 Posted by nick_verissimo (1390 posts) -

I think we're only really capable of perceiving what is within our direct space, so being of the middle class, I can't quite comprehend what it would mean to be of the elite rich or the incredibly poor. I can see sign's of it in my life, but understanding it is another thing; being ignorant or oblivious really doesn't pertain to either of those things - it's just who you are in a relative space.

#9 Posted by nick_verissimo (1390 posts) -

At this point, Nintendo feel's like an athlete still playing way past their glory days. At a certain point, you've got to hang it up and that's okay.

#10 Posted by nick_verissimo (1390 posts) -

The idea of a golden age is stupid. That's like admitting there will never be a time where games can be any better than they already have been. Might as well quit playing new stuff with that attitude.