I don't think it's nice to call someone either. Skinny and fat both have negative connotations to people. A complementary way to call someone skinny could be 'fit', or something along those lines, and a more observational way to call someone fat could be 'heavy' or 'large'. I know as someone who has been called 'fat' that it really sucks. I would much rather hear large. It's more polite, and (to me at least) doesn't carry those negative connotations.
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I still read what I'm interested in, watch movies that I'm interested in, I socialize with people I like, all of that balanced with playing the games I'm interested in. I do what makes me happy, and games do that... so no. I don't think I'll ever regret it.
I wouldn't say so. Last gen there was Banjo-Kazooie Nuts and Bolts and Viva Pinata at 10 bucks less than normal and both those games were very good. Also, I bet this will be more of the same when it comes to Spider-Man games, so it's very possible you'll enjoy if you enjoyed those other games.
I think that having some retail games selling for 10 bucks less is a good thing. It lessens the gap between the $10-$15 indie and the $60 AAA games. And some of those Mid-teir games can be pleasant surprises.
Vietnam would be way cooler. Or a WWII game from the Axis side that handles it's story similar to Letters From Iwo Jima. I'm getting bored playing the side of the victor. I wouldn't mind playing something from the side that lost, as long as it was well written and emotional.
Here is my list of games (made a list around 10 months ago) that I would love to see rebooted/remade or developed in no particular order:
1. Syphon Filter