Ramone's forum posts

#1 Posted by Ramone (2976 posts) -

Go on holiday, meet new people or old friends you haven't seen in a while, do something you wouldn't usually do. In my own personal experience, "depression", for lack of a better term, comes about when I stick to the same routine day in and day out.

#2 Posted by Ramone (2976 posts) -

Always in the morning, but sometimes both.

#3 Posted by Ramone (2976 posts) -

WELCOME TO THE SHITSTORM GUYS.

But seriously, hey.

#4 Posted by Ramone (2976 posts) -

This whole thing is ludicrous.

#5 Posted by Ramone (2976 posts) -

I feel like you're going about this the wrong way. When I do something creative, it's a way of expressing my emotions and hopefully getting rid of, or at least rationalising, any negativity in my life at that point. I'm not looking for widespread acceptance of what I do or any sort of financial benefit.

Be creative for yourself, not for others.

#6 Posted by Ramone (2976 posts) -

I'm stiiiiiiiiillllllll in a dream

#7 Posted by Ramone (2976 posts) -

I thought the buzz was that the new hire was Cara Ellison or have I just pulled that from my arse?

#8 Edited by Ramone (2976 posts) -

I don't understand why knowledge or confidence are things that people shouldn't actively pursue. Obviously the pursuit of those things shouldn't get in the way of other, more important things, but there is no harm in trying to become a better version of yourself.

#9 Posted by Ramone (2976 posts) -

@sweep: Stakeholders have just as much of a right to information as shareholders.

P.S I think the OP is severely misguided.

#10 Posted by Ramone (2976 posts) -

@truthtellah said:

This is the image which has been on their website from the beginning, and it appears this was the originally-intended game cover. This isn't an instance of Ubisoft changing the cover of their game within a day of its reveal. It's some gamers online misunderstanding that this was going to be the final cover when it was not.

So do we blame the consumer/hobbyist for not double checking their facts by going to the publisher's official site? Or do we blame the staff of videogame sites that consistently insist that they're professional, ethical, trustworthy, and the place to get the "real deal" on videogames?

What the hell are you talking about?