Baljot187's forum posts

Avatar image for baljot187
Baljot187

106

Forum Posts

-1

Wiki Points

22

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 4

#1  Edited By Baljot187

The hate for this game is hard to explain - whether it be the high system requirements, the long wait or just ultimately they felt that it was disappointing in the end (all valid arguments). I'll never understand the hate, but it doesn't bother me. My life mission isn't to get people to play Crysis.

Avatar image for baljot187
Baljot187

106

Forum Posts

-1

Wiki Points

22

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 4

#2  Edited By Baljot187

If only it were available from our respective cell phone carriers... oh wait, there's a thought.
Giant Bomb - themed exclusives made especially for your mobile phone. Apple, eat your heart out!

Avatar image for baljot187
Baljot187

106

Forum Posts

-1

Wiki Points

22

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 4

#3  Edited By Baljot187

Such is my disdain for soy milk that I would rather drink skim milk, which I find disgusting. I mean, how am I supposed to use that watery stuff on my Honeycombs?

Avatar image for baljot187
Baljot187

106

Forum Posts

-1

Wiki Points

22

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 4

#4  Edited By Baljot187

And that is his appeal. Making him seem only mildly interesting is what immerses the character into the story. Having a playable protagonist with a colorful, vibrant personality provides for a sort of disconnect to the story for the player. Having Master Chief just be a silent-type character makes it all the easier for the player to invent his personality, and thus step into his MJOLNIR boots.
I've always liked Master Chief (much more after I read Fall of Reach) and I would like to see him in more games. I could liken him to the character in your avatar- like Snake, he is a born soldier; he follows orders, he excels in combat and if it came to it, would be more than willing to lay down his life to accomplish his mission.

Avatar image for baljot187
Baljot187

106

Forum Posts

-1

Wiki Points

22

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 4

#5  Edited By Baljot187

I would say Jeremy Soule is his closest competition, but this man is leagues ahead of everyone else. I love the way he fuses several types of music into his own kind of subgenre of game music. Hitman: Blood Money and Freedom Fighters are my two favorite game soundtracks ever.

Avatar image for baljot187
Baljot187

106

Forum Posts

-1

Wiki Points

22

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 4

#6  Edited By Baljot187

I might have listened/cared about your opinion, but then you called the Hitman series shoddy, and that dog won't hunt, monsignor. Also, do you have some sort of problem with boobs? If so, turn in your man card at the door, son.

Avatar image for baljot187
Baljot187

106

Forum Posts

-1

Wiki Points

22

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 4

#7  Edited By Baljot187

Think about it- Agent 47, Solid Snake, the Clone Troopers from Star Wars.

Avatar image for baljot187
Baljot187

106

Forum Posts

-1

Wiki Points

22

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 4

#8  Edited By Baljot187

PC - Company of Heroes
360 - Grand Theft Auto IV
PS3 - Uncharted: Drakes Fortune
DS - Mario Kart DS

Avatar image for baljot187
Baljot187

106

Forum Posts

-1

Wiki Points

22

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 4

#9  Edited By Baljot187
License_To_Bill said:
"I always thought they would make a great Rock Band... band.

There's a bunch'a songs I could think of that would be fun.

Not on Wincing, though. It had three good songs.

"
Whoa, whoa- Wincing the Night Away was consistently a wicked album, my favorite album the year it came out.

Avatar image for baljot187
Baljot187

106

Forum Posts

-1

Wiki Points

22

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 4

#10  Edited By Baljot187

I was really hoping they would happen to be on the disc for #2, but my hopes were dashed. I can still wish they can make it in DLC though. If you think they wouldn't be fun songs to play, just check out "Phantom Limb" on Youtube.