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#1 Posted by senrat (359 posts) -

I'm surprised how underpowered the current consoles seem to be. VR and 4k are both very resource intensive trends that the console makers did not prepare for. If every game was as optimized as Uncharted 4, it might be a different story.

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#2 Posted by senrat (359 posts) -

I have absolutely no sympathy for gawker. They have had this coming for a long time, I don't see much support for them from journalists or the public. Vile clickbait articles made with the intent of angering and embarrassing people. They target people's insecurities and morbid curiosity for profit. Good riddance gawker, and good luck Patrick.

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#3 Edited by senrat (359 posts) -

Yep, played those games before the internet and with my friends. I spend an large amount of my childhood playing Blue. Was told about the missingno glitch by my cousin. Was hard to believe, such a strange glitch. I caught a weird looking Golduck with the glitch, and when I imported it to Pokemon stadium it still had the strange color. Was quite unique to have such a weird looking Pokemon, my friends were jelous and I wouldn't tell them where I got it. Good times.

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#4 Posted by senrat (359 posts) -

I have no problem with taco bell, calling it barely food is rediculous. Weird how much people despise fast food. The quality is fine, the biggest issue is the quantity of sodium. Taco Bell is cheap and filling, and sometimes that's just what you need.

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#5 Posted by senrat (359 posts) -

Yep, those fantasy sports ads started popping up everywhere, when I started hearing them on the bombcast I was dissappointed. Who am I to tell to tell stupid people how they should waste their money, maybe it's fun as hell. Crunchy Roll seemed liked a fine choice, truecar can be helpful, nature boxes are probably pretty good, but the daily fantasy thing just feels like something that shouldn't be legal but somehow is.

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#6 Posted by senrat (359 posts) -

I really wish that 4k OLED would become reasonably price. I feel like that kind of TV would be almost be future proof. LG is getting there. I dont feel like 4k content is there yet, but it probably will be in a few years. If you plan on building a high end gaming PC, then I think 4k would be a wise investment. Of course I would prefer to spend more money on a TV and then keep it for a long time.

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#7 Edited by senrat (359 posts) -

Chick fil a and Zaxby's both have great sauces. I also like to smother my Chipotle in Tobasco. Arbys horsey sauce goes great with curley fries and roast beef sandwiches.

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#8 Edited by senrat (359 posts) -

A tragedy, I can't even imagine the horror these people must be experiencing. I feel for the people of Paris right now. Sadly, this is almost an inevitability in the world we live in today. Even the French intelligence agencies couldn't stop this. Counterterrorism operations have not expanded at the rate that the threat has grown in recent times. Something has to change if this is to be stopped in the future. The internet has led to a propagation of radical ideology the likes of which has never been seen in the past.

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#9 Posted by senrat (359 posts) -

At the very least it will be a built in tool for modders to take advantage of. Adding extra objects and stuff. I always wanted to customize my megaton house in Fallout 3. I placed my weapons down in a room and used it as an armory and put cool artifacts, like nuka cola quantums, from my adventures around the house. Ended up looking pretty great.

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#10 Edited by senrat (359 posts) -

The technical issues will be on a case by case basis. I have always had good luck with Bethesda. In four games, I have never experienced any game breaking technical issues. I thought Skyrim was a fairly polished game by Bethesda standards, but plenty of people would disagree. The visuals are certainly not why you play a Bethesda RPG. The Witcher 3 has incredible graphics, but has a relatively static world. Bethesda games have a dynamic aspect to them that is fairly unique. For instance, you can run into events randomly that may only take place at a certain time and place that another player simply never experienced. The people and events of the Witcher 3 are set in stone by comparison. I think the "Jank" is worth it. I may change my opinion if the game is completely busted, but I have been lucky up to this point. The gameplay is never going to be as good as a dedicated shooter, but it seems good for what kind of game it is.