RecSpec's forum posts

#1 Posted by RecSpec (4068 posts) -

Some "adults" act worse than some teenagers, so I'd say no. Which has been said a few times above.

#2 Posted by RecSpec (4068 posts) -

Cool American 
 
They had that hot and spicy barbque back in the day, that was my favorite EVER 
 Not sure if it still exists, I'll probably never buy doritos again.

#3 Posted by RecSpec (4068 posts) -

Isn't that what Facebook is? I don't use it, so I wouldn't know.

#4 Edited by RecSpec (4068 posts) -

Those flavors sound horrible... 
 
Edit: Random vortex ftw. 

#5 Posted by RecSpec (4068 posts) -

I bought Warriors of Rock thinking it was going to be the swan song.  
 
It wasn't a revelation, but it was everything I expected it to be. 
Now to buy Rock Band....maybe...

#6 Posted by RecSpec (4068 posts) -
@melcene said:
" @RecSpec said:
" Kingdom Hearts? Really?  Also, Diablo 2 falls out of range, doesnt it? "
Not officially, I guess.  It was released in 2000.  Would have been better if they went 2000-2009 maybe. 
 
While I've never really played Kingdom Hearts myself, I have heard nearly nothing but good about it. "
The only reason I found Diablo being weird was that it was in 2000, while Mass Effect 2 was in 2010. So...there's that. 
 And I found Final Fantasy X to be a way better RPG than Kingdom Hearts. KH had a lot of good ideas, but there were too many rough edges which they polished in KH2.
#7 Posted by RecSpec (4068 posts) -

Kingdom Hearts? Really? 
 
Also, Diablo 2 falls out of range, doesnt it?

#8 Posted by RecSpec (4068 posts) -
@fwylo said:
" @RecSpec said:
" @Getz said:
" @RecSpec said:
" It's not like it was hidden away and this was the ONLY place the code got out.  If someone wanted to get a hold of it, they would get it, whether KB tweeted it or not. "
True, but the irony of Sony's marketing perpetuating it is still there. "
I'm not entirely sure that it was a slip-up. I mean, that twitter account has been pretty bold in the past.  "
It doesn't make sense for them to put it up knowing that everyone who knows what it is would know that it is an already blocked code.  Only for them to remove it quickly later...  If it didn't matter they would have kept it up. "
Think of it as a conflict between different divisions. Whoever runs the twitter thought "Hey, this is going to be funny."  While another division goes "What the fuck, you can't acknowledge stuff like that." 
#9 Posted by RecSpec (4068 posts) -
@Getz said:
" @RecSpec said:
" It's not like it was hidden away and this was the ONLY place the code got out.  If someone wanted to get a hold of it, they would get it, whether KB tweeted it or not. "
True, but the irony of Sony's marketing perpetuating it is still there. "
I'm not entirely sure that it was a slip-up. I mean, that twitter account has been pretty bold in the past. 
#10 Posted by RecSpec (4068 posts) -

I treat it like I am actually buying the game, pay in full, otherwise why bother?