@davidgarceau: It could also be Revenant
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I cut the cord recently, so a lot of the TV features I was excited about don't really apply. I get by with my Apple TV and watch football OTA. Moving the antenna around is a bit of a pain in the ass, but it won't be an issue after the season's over.
I played the first Rocksmith quite a bit. My first impression is that this game is much improved. The user interface in the original was horrible. Finding the songs you want in 2014 is much easier and quicker, the songs load faster, and it's a snap to pop in and out of riff repeater to work on a section. I feel like there's less emphasis on this being a "game," as evidenced by them dropping the journey mode. This version is more stripped down to get you comfortable playing the guitar.
Detain all who would cause trouble to Arstotska.
If anyone'a papers are out of order, you can detain without citation. However you may not be able to process as many people because it takes longer for the guards to carry someone away than it is to deny their entry.
Nice read. I took away from the game that instituting increasing security and bureaucracy into the control of the border did nothing to make it safer for anyone. Terrorists jumped the wall and killed guards, I missed important details that let contraband through, or I actively helped people cross who shouldn't have.
I wouldn't mind a game where you play as a heroine protagonist who escapes her bondage on a quest for fame and glory, runs into the standard hero-type dude at some point, has a brief conversation about how she's good on her own, then the game continues until you reach the end of your quest and thwart the evil council/vizier/magician/king or whatever. As long as she kicks ass and actually wears some damn clothes.
@playpaul: having a female lead taking care of a young child instead of a male is a really interesting idea.
What I liked about the story is that Joel is an immoral man in an immoral world. He's found one thing that he's attached to, and he'll do anything to keep that relationship in his life. He's lived selfishly for so long that he has no perspective beyond his wants and needs.
It doesn't really matter to me about why I would have done, because at no point did I ever see any of myself in Joel.