Radar's forum posts

#1 Edited by Radar (887 posts) -

All media is going through a transitional stage. Lower budget, still high quality, independent works are becoming much more popular because the technology to make these things are within reach to anyone with an ambition to create. Music went through it with mp3s and the rise of digitally/electronically created music. Movies are going through it with the rise of affordable video equipment and editing software. Games are going through it with widely available toolkits, game engines, middleware, stores, and a gaming device in everyones hand.

I wouldn't say the transition is to better fortify gaming as an artform, it's more that developers are able to do things we weren't able to do 5 years ago at a fraction of the cost with a fraction of the staff. They're able to do this with no overhead. Allowing them to do what they want and not do what will guaranteed sell.

#2 Posted by Radar (887 posts) -

The Gerstmann

#3 Posted by Radar (887 posts) -

@SoldierG654342 said:

@Radar said:

...those gigantic squeezed tits are infuriating.

Not something I ever expected to hear someone say.

If it were on anything other than a anime/video game character I'd be all for it... but ugh... anime...

#4 Posted by Radar (887 posts) -

That anime face and those gigantic squeezed tits are infuriating.

#5 Posted by Radar (887 posts) -
  • Reeder
  • Flipboard
  • WolframAlpha
  • Dropbox (or whatever cloud storage you use. SkyDrive and Box.net have apps aswell)
  • The game platform apps (XBL, Steam, etc)
  • The Film/TV apps - Netflix, HBOGO, imdb
#6 Posted by Radar (887 posts) -

@TeflonBilly: Lesnar is an absolute beast. He's thrown the biggest wrestlers onto his shoulders numerous times but him being able to throw undertaker up from one of his shoulders, over his head and onto both his shoulders.... DAMN.

#7 Posted by Radar (887 posts) -

#8 Posted by Radar (887 posts) -

all of these threads are coming full circle now

#9 Posted by Radar (887 posts) -

If you're not desperate then just wait for E3. I'm willing to bet there's going to be an upgraded model.

#10 Posted by Radar (887 posts) -

I switched from Android to iOS a few months back. The Droid X burned me HARD. Don't think I'll ever go back to Android. I may dabble with Windows Phone some.