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Few people in here criticizing some real minor shit, it don't matter. No one gives a shit about the items, turn on marksman and click the button like you're playing Diablo - thats how you play. Discussion over, there is literally no possibility I am wrong and I'm sure everyone else agrees with me 100%.

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I enjoy watching this crew play games, and I agree It's not about them being pros. I think most of us can agree that the "right" way to be a duder is not to tell the crew the "right" way to play a game. All of those long comments explaining mid-to-high-level tactics are more for the person writing the comment than for the benefit of the crew. The nature of this feature is to rotate for an hour or so once every 3 weeks and that makes it hard to follow the story, hard to grasp the base management, and hard to remember the minutia of the tactical combat.

But,

Abby is bumming me out because she clearly doesn't want to play the game and has no interest in trying. I don't want to watch her play a perfect game, but I also don't want to watch her play like this. The charm of this feature is the play style of each individual - Dan is at least having fun and playing to his persona, Alex is a timid fucking beast, Abby just...struggles and whines?

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@humanity said:

@whatshisface: There is an old saying that stems from decent human courtesy "If you have nothing nice to say then don't say anything at all" which I think is usually a pretty good rule to follow both in real life and online.

That saying was created for children because they do not yet have the capacity to understand how to use criticism, or how to handle their feelings of jealousy/frustration/anger. If we all went around saying nothing but nice things, we would never progress as a society. It's just as immature to throw that saying around as an adult, as it is to say mean things because you can't process your own feelings about something.

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1001 spikes. I played that game everyday for 30 mins until I beat it. Including all of the secret stuff, and the second world. Man that game was great

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