Can someone post clear pictures of all the cards? I'm sad I missed out on this, as I've had a full collection of all the CAH cards so far, even the PAX ones.
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I just bought the game today at Best Buy, and since Ultros is full I rolled on Famfrit. My name's Neko Sakuraba, a Mi'Qote Arcanist. I know a few other guys on the server, so feel free to friend me and maybe we can make an overflow company or something. At least until server transfers open up.
Persona 5 or Valkyria Chronicles 4?
*checks news feed*
Nope. Guess I'll fix my launch, overheated cheaply-made PS3 while I wait for the games I actually want.
What's the over/under on them naming it "A Link to the Future"?
@sadsadsad: Nah, I don't think that Quick Look gives the game its dues. They do like, two turns, and it was a game that obviously didn't interest Brad or Dave very much. But Patrick seems to understand the allure of strategy games now, so I'd like to see him champion what turned out to be one of the best PS3 exclusives to ever come out.
I'm pretty sure this just means JJ is as tired of waiting for Half-Life 3 as the rest of us, and he wants to get in there and get it made.
It's a shame that the person I agree with most in this article felt that she had to remain anonymous. The words she uses and level-headedness she shows makes me question why she feared backlash at all, compared to the more confrontational and almost copy-pasted opinions of the others. I think this fear of putting a face to her words is more troublesome than this entire stupid ordeal surrounding a hunk of plastic that 10 UK teenagers were gonna buy, before it got all this free marketing. It was worth it point how dumb it was, but at this point we're just making it worse. Someone else is going to do this because free publicity is always better than paid-for publicity.
We complain about sensationalist media being as influential as violent games on kids, and then we can't shut up when a marketing exec shows his true colors. Everyone in marketing is a scumbag, be they man or woman. That's kind of the job. Sell a thing based on factors other than what the thing actually is. Or, lie.
I'm surprised Patrick didn't bother to point out that this same publisher is the one that purchased Saints Row, a franchise the entire staff now loves. I wonder, will people suddenly be more offended by the dildo bats, pimping missions and strip clubs that will undoubtedly litter The Next Great Sequel in the Saints Row Franchise?