I enjoyed it well enough to not regret the free rental. It was linear and it's novelty wore thin quickly. I didn't even think to kill both guys to get the third ending, so maybe that's why I'm so "meh" about it.
" @CouncilSpectre: I saw the same message about not having hard drive space and supposedly unable to save progress. It appeared once. I just kept playing as usual. Achievements unlocked and the game progressed normally. Dunno what that was but it had no impact I am unaware of. Cool game. "
100% agreed. Happened to me. I just kept playing and it had no problems actually saving the game or continuing progress. Chalk it up to a life lesson: sometimes, you just gotta move ahead if you want to get somewhere. I haven't enjoyed a shooter as much as this in a very long time. Sucks that you're going to miss out on it.
Also, for what it's worth, that sandwich is the SuperSonic Cheeseburger. The problem is that the promo burger is the "Ched R Pepper SuperSonic Cheeseburger." So, depending on what you actually said when you ordered, the confusion is totally understandable.
Sonic is so-so. I prefer their burgers to McDonalds, but that's a step above poop, really. I guess I'll take 'em over Burger King, too, since I don't need to crap within 30 minutes of eating there. But really. It's just okay and I don't like the pressure of tipping the person who brings me the food. I'll gladly hop out of the car.
People inherently drive towards elitism and a mentality of "us versus them." It's a pretty natural thing and I don't know anyone who doesn't do it to some extent in some place in their lives. It's not a matter of logic, it's a psychological thing. Wanting to belong to something, wanting to be better than something or someone else, etc. I catch myself doing it from time to time.
Look at the motorcycle world. You have cruisers versus sportbikes. Within those groups, you have countless squabbles: Harley versus Victory, Any Japanese Manufacturer versus Any Other Japanese Manufacturer, Any Non-Japanese Manufacturer versus Any Japanese Manufacturer, etc etc etc. That's not to say that everyone into motorcycling is a dick about what they ride. I'd venture to say that the vast majority aren't. However, the ones that are dicks are loud enough to seem way more significant than they are.