I have to assume that - much like Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite and founder of the Nobel Peace Prize - the inventor of Peeps regrets (or regretted if he is dead, of course) the pain and suffering that he has unleashed on the world with his creation.
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In a word; no. I have not done something similar. I have always felt that if something is worth remembering, I will remember it without the aid of any sort of capture device. In a specifically game-related context, I find myself at the opposite end of the spectrum in that I am playing waaaay more games now than I did in the past and am remembering less from each one. I also have very little interest in remembering portions of what I play. I'm glad you are finding enjoyment out of your method, though. Keep it up, my friend.
I, too, am terrible. I have 0.6 kills per death against human players in Titanfall, and it took me 26 hours of game time to hit level 50 and regen (I think it took Jeff something like 13 hours to do the same). This is really the first multiplayer FPS that I have tried and I am enjoying it. I don't really care that I am bad, and others who care that I am bad are idiots who take video games way too seriously.
I don't know who Zoe Quinn is, I have never been given a hard time for my hobby, I don't go to or post in any other forum but this one, I don't care what anyone says on Twitter, I usually avoid anything that doesn't have to do with a specific game topic when I do come here, I don't care who game developers are or what they look like or what their gender is, and I haven't noticed anything that seems overtly sexist on the rare occasions that I do decide to delve into the world of video game person forums besides this one.
Does this make me an outlander in a world full of people who take unimportant things way too seriously? Probably.
I guess my point is that most people who play video games may never experience what you are bringing up. That may be why people don't think it is important.
I'm only two hours or so in, but I am so far quite disappointed in what seems to me to be a lack of speed and control snappiness. It all feels quite slow and clunky so far. To those further along; does it improve at some point?
Also... does the dialog, behavior and actions of the characters between gameplay moments and cutscenes seem completely incongruous to anyone else? Does this continue?
As someone who has always been (very, very close to) exclusively a single-player game guy, I would say that it is worth the cash. I have probably sunk around 20 hours or so into this game over the past 4 days and am enjoying the heck out of it. I have to say, though, if you have friends to play it with - or meet people that you can chat with - it is infinitely more enjoyable. I assume that is a pretty common thing in multiplayer games? I don't know... having only played a wee bit of Mass Effect and Assassin's Creed multiplayer before this.
I got both at launch and have played way more Xbox One than PS4. I have only played Knack, Contrast and a little bit of Killzone and Resogun on PS4. I have played probably a dozen games to completion on the Xbox One. I based my decision largely on the fact that my main previous console was the 360 over the PS3.