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#1 Posted by Tearhead (2177 posts) -
#2 Posted by Tearhead (2177 posts) -

Hey guys, this game is currently on sale for $8 on PS3, and I'm really contemplating scooping it up. However, I do remember this version specifically getting a lot of flak for its less than great frame rate. What I want to know, for anyone that has played this version, is how bad is it really? Would you still recommend it for this price, or is too much of the enjoyment lost with these issues?

#3 Posted by Tearhead (2177 posts) -

Taco Bell is amazing!

P.S. Taco Bell is terrible!

#4 Posted by Tearhead (2177 posts) -

I sure do hope this comes to PC/PS4! Does anyone know how likely/unlikely that would be? (I haven't really been paying attention to the development of this game.)

#5 Posted by Tearhead (2177 posts) -

@somejerk said:
@tearhead said:

I'm so confused. Why do people care who is making a game? At the end of the day isn't if you think the game is good or not what matters? Game developers don't have any power over anything that goes on in your life, so why do their opinions matter so much to these disgusting fucks? Just 'cus their women? That's fucked up.

"Because they're women" is an actual thing and I'm quite sure it's about the upbringing, male-dominated, male-has-the-say raising of male children still leads to it. At the older age spectrum now they are writing anti-women laws in Texas and Arizona and some other states (too much to google). At the ages of teens to 20somethings they are the ones sending threats and posting terrible things online to female writers, artists, youtubers, streamers. Middle-age it's the typical household where the wife is essentially chained to the kitchen.

Work is being done here and there in the world to keep children from being brought up wrong, so no boys will end up like that, no girls will be taught that they have to be docile and always agree and never say no. It'll be better in the future, it just sucks that it'll be ~1 generation from now and that'll be when it's done in Sweden.

(Used to run a raiding guild in WoW, we had a minimum age for entry because the moment a voice sounding remotely female was heard the younger ones tended to go wild. Same for Counter-Strike back in my professional days of it. They don't listen very well to "stop doing that" and once kicked out they raise hell and spam, threaten, even today.)

Maybe! I grew up in a single mother household, with a woman who provided everything I ever needed/wanted for 18 years without the help of anyone but herself. So I may be on the other side of this spectrum.

#6 Posted by Tearhead (2177 posts) -

I'm so confused. Why do people care who is making a game? At the end of the day isn't if you think the game is good or not what matters? Game developers don't have any power over anything that goes on in your life, so why do their opinions matter so much to these disgusting fucks? Just 'cus their women? That's fucked up.

#7 Posted by Tearhead (2177 posts) -

Has anyone else realized that if you close your eyes and just listen to the lyrics, it sounds like an electric Japanese monster?

#8 Edited by Tearhead (2177 posts) -

The early captains are pushovers for the most part. The difficulty comes when game starts dishing out captains and warchiefs with way more strengths than weaknesses, balancing the specific way you have to take down this one particular enemy in addition to dealing with the 20 orcs that surround you. Trying to take down a warchief that is invulnerable to combat attacks, wraith stun, and takes off 3/4 of your health if he so much as touches you, along with those 20 orcs that make up berserkers, shield guys and ranged attackers can get really hairy. You can easily go from full health to praying you press the right fucking button on that last chance mini-game in a matter of seconds if you don't manage, prioritize and deal with your enemies properly.

#9 Edited by Tearhead (2177 posts) -

Has anyone set up a team speak (sorry if no one uses this anymore, I'm a little out of date when it comes to clan stuff), an IRC, or something similar? I think that way it would be really easy to see who is online and willing to group up for missions/strikes and stuff. As it stands, I look for duders to do stuff with and only see requests that were made hours ago.

#10 Edited by Tearhead (2177 posts) -

I was 11 and it was my very first day of secondary school in Barbados. Didn't know anything happened until I got home at around 3:00.