I thought the Cards part was OK, I actually liked the 404ing it part the most, and thought the GB part was kind of weak. I feel like it usually takes the GB panels a while to spin up, and we never got past the 'what have you seen at the show' portion before the wrestling promo was happening. It's easier to get away with not planning anything when you've got a couple of hours to get into a groove, so with the time constraint they really suffered a lot. There were a lot of announcements which was fun, but the general panel banter fell flat. It also didn't help that whoever was running the livestream was not doing a good job of managing the screen positioning/layout.
I get that this was the thing that springboarded them onto the main stage, and they did fill out the room, but all three parts of the panel suffered from their hurried pace.
But seriously, DOOM will probably win, and I will disagree, like every year (SAINTS ROW > SKYRIM). At least it's a better choice than Shadow of Mordor was. I'm just going to hope Mafia 3 ends up being really cool and becomes a dark horse for GotY.
For me I guess I'm looking for some kind of RPG(Turn based or action)
If you like the old style of dungeon-crawler RPGs, Stranger of Sword City came out not too long ago on the Xbox One. There's a demo available, might be worth a look (haven't heard much about it, but I did enjoy the demo).
The general consensus is that a simple combination of going offline, hitting a bonfire, and going online again is enough to cause an account flag
Pretty sure that's what flagged me then, that sucks. I wasn't sure if maybe I picked something up online or what, but that seems like the probable cause for me. I really like the online portion of Dark Souls, so I deleted my 13h+ (not too long in a Souls game) save when I got the message. At least these games are really easy to replay, a couple of hours and I'm already through the first few bosses.
I listened to them for a bit when Small Business Man was still around, but ended up switching to ad-free around the time Brad started doing them. Not because of Brad, but just because banter about the same few companies grew tiring to me, and sometimes those sections felt like they were going on way too long.
You could also regulate the fuel and tyres during qualification. Simply saying 'no refueling during quali' would be very interesting. And separating the quali tyres from the race tyres could be good too.
Yeah, maybe there's something I'm not thinking of, but I feel like having a set amount of fuel for either each session, or the entire qualification, would help a lot (as well as free tyres). From there, mandate a longer lasting tyre compound and make it so that the person up for elimination can finish their lap. I guess the main issue with this would be: there might be too much traffic on the track for the faster cars to set a true fast lap in Q3, but that would be less of an issue if they were still able to make it into Q2/Q1. I like the idea of elimination qualifying, but the core structure of what they've gone with could probably stand to be completely redone.