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#1 Edited by theanticitizen (272 posts) -

Ran into a similar issue with Xbox Live a while back(2007-8ish). It wouldn't let me use my last name, Jewett, in my bio(it was a link to my old blog on 1up) because people use "Jew" as pejorative -.-

#2 Posted by theanticitizen (272 posts) -

Halo 1 online multiplayer is the real next gen game of the year

#3 Edited by theanticitizen (272 posts) -

Surprised no one's mentioned them but also check out Dir En Grey(well from Withering to Death on up, unless you like VKei). They're a Japanese experimental metal band. They're hard to lock down stylistically but really unique and interesting

#4 Posted by theanticitizen (272 posts) -

Actually I've been encountering the same problem but I feel like I've been getting sniped by shotguns. They are extremely effective at even a medium range and it's really annoying

#5 Posted by theanticitizen (272 posts) -

@pocky4th3win: I fail to understand how 1920x1080 isn't 1080 resolution.

#6 Posted by theanticitizen (272 posts) -

I really really enjoyed the game but hey man, if you don't like it you don't like it. We all have our tastes and sometimes genres or mechanics just don't click for us. For example I find Borderlands EXTREMELY boring, can't play more than an hour total, but I loved Destiny. So don't worry too much about not liking it! :)

#7 Posted by theanticitizen (272 posts) -

You forgot Hannibal. Which is probably the best thing I've seen on tv since Breaking Bad

#8 Posted by theanticitizen (272 posts) -

I honestly don't know. Maybe I'm just naive or have a different outlook on gaming but there are very few games I actively dislike and I'm rarely ever let down by a game I'm hyped for. I think the closest for me is the ending of Mass Effect 3. Other than that I loved the game and I can't think of another game I was excited for and didn't enjoy. But as I said, it's rare for me to NOT enjoy a game

#9 Edited by theanticitizen (272 posts) -

It's a lot of Starcraft talk but here's mine! @the_anticitizen

#10 Edited by theanticitizen (272 posts) -

I agree with this post, even though I prefer the more psychological horror to jump scares. I don't feel jump scares are long lasting and as truly horrific but they are fun and effective, plus when used in combination with good psychological horror they are really powerful. People just like to be overly cynical of everything