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#1 Posted by kinnonyee (43 posts) -

Where are they breaking for you? I found the Epic 2's to be really good, although you'll have to deal with Bluetooth wonkiness at times. But they're wireless, last a heckuva long time between recharges, and it's one less wire to possibly damage (a lot of the time, the 3.5mm jack connector is what gets damaged for me)

They're also on sale right now.

http://thewirecutter.com/deals/#deal-101877

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#2 Posted by kinnonyee (43 posts) -

Arggg...
Well, change is inevitable :) Good luck man!

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#3 Posted by kinnonyee (43 posts) -

    With the design of those tanks, it sure looks like ATLUS has their hands all over this one :)

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    #4 Edited by kinnonyee (43 posts) -

      That was a wake to end all wakes guys.

      Really proud of all of you for gutting it out.

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      #5 Edited by kinnonyee (43 posts) -

        Somebody needs to tell these guys that they need to do hadoken motions to unlock special moves with swords in SOTN...

        Cause man... That Rapier was one of my favourite swords for a good 1/3 of that game

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        #6 Edited by kinnonyee (43 posts) -

          @snide age gates still breaking videos on Firefox

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          #7 Posted by kinnonyee (43 posts) -

          You know, it's interesting. I talked with Arthur Gies (Reviews editor) for a bit about it on twitter. I like Arthur a lot and I think he does a really good job in his reviews. However, in this case, I asked him if he felt that Polygon would have been better served to have started with a lower review score and ended with a higher one. Suffice to say, he didn't feel it was necessary and that Polygon had stated their review process thoroughly in their cubric. I didn't really agree with that since I felt that Polygon had accidentally left out important information (the server state and how that affects the game) by publishing a review so early.

          I don't mind that Polygon is approaching reviews differently. Really, that's just Polygon's style and I think it can give people something different, which I applaud. What I think though, is that since Polygon does have the ability to change a score, they should really be accounting for launch issues, since scores can be revised later. Russ Pitt's initial review is almost a preview to me since he basically talks about what ideally Sim City could be, if it works properly.

          Suffice to say, Arthur and I disagreed, but I think in this case, and in the future, Polygon is courting a lot of controversy if they continue to go down this review path. It's not like there are going to be fewer games that are "always online", and I doubt this is the last time we'll see a game with server issues.

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          #8 Edited by kinnonyee (43 posts) -

            That's what I like to do on weekends

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            #9 Edited by kinnonyee (43 posts) -

              @snide Weird. I can't play this video on either Firefox or Chrome

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              #10 Posted by kinnonyee (43 posts) -

                @TheRizzle

                Dude, you gotta petition to at least get a St. Louis open in your area... That's the minimum for any neighbourhood :p

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