David_Richardson Comments

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  • Microsoft E3 Conference

  • David_Richardson 14/06/2010

    "A tie is sometimes more than just a tie".



    Hmmmm, no.
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  • David_Richardson 14/06/2010

    So Apple and Microsoft have both tried to claim video conferencing as their own innovation in the last week? Reply 0
  • David_Richardson 14/06/2010

    It looks like UK:R's blue skies campaign still hasn't had any effect. Reply 0
  • David_Richardson 14/06/2010

    Especially when they effectively say the same thing three times in a row with slightly different wording. Reply 0
  • Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

  • David_Richardson 18/05/2010

    "What we get here feels like a place-holder, a nostalgic diversion that exists so there's product on the shelves to coincide with the movie, rather than something driven by a flash of inspiration as to where the series could go next."



    Exactly the problem with most media releases these days.
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  • Mass Effect 2

  • David_Richardson 26/01/2010

    @nixc9 / @f00b_inc



    I'm in exactly the same position - I loved the KOTOR games but got stuck at a certain point on ME and realised I had no desire or motivation to carry on. I may go back and try it again. If I find it more alluring second time around the sequel should have dropped in price by the time I get through it comprehensively.
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  • 10 Moments That Made World of Warcraft

  • David_Richardson 30/11/2009

    Every time I see that video it makes me more keen to track down the guy yelling just to tell him what a fucking idiot he is. Reply -4
  • Aion level cap reached in 17 days

  • David_Richardson 09/10/2009

    "Well I have one reason, THE FACT THAT THEY PLAYED A VIDEO GAME FOR 20 HOURS A DAY FOR 17 DAYS STRAIGHT. You might well be "normal" in your perspective, but to me you are not. I think the majority of people would use two weeks holiday to do something constructive, spend time with loved ones or go on a holiday."



    What an incredibly arrogant and sanctimonious person you come across as. He is absolutely 'normal' because he chooses to use his leisure time in the exact way he wishes while still taking care of his responsibilities. Perhaps you can list your usual schedule for me so I can pick apart anything I don't believe to be worthwhile and insult you over it? After all, your holiday destination choices may be shit compared to what I consider to be normal.



    And don't assume you can lump yourself in with the 'majority'. Or was that just because you need reassurance that your bizarre opinions are correct?
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  • Activision reveals all DJ Hero tracks

  • David_Richardson 06/10/2009

    "djing is about mixing YOURSELF on the FLY, expressing your unique style. you know... the way djs do - not interacting with premixed tracks when prompted. bollocks!"



    Driving a car is about feeling YOURSELF behind the WHEEL, understanding the road. You know...the way racing drivers do - not moving the analogue stick when prompted. Bollocks!



    Shooting a gun is about putting YOURSELF on the BATTLEFIELD, fearing death. You know...the way soldiers do - not pushing the trigger when prompted. Bollocks!



    This argument has always been terrible.
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  • World of Warcraft: Cataclysm

  • David_Richardson 23/08/2009

    When they start reporting on shit like who wins some pointless tournament that no-one cares about, then I agree, but this is pretty major news so I think it's fair enough with the barrage of coverage.



    I think you missed the point of his comment. :)
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  • Eurogamer's Top 50 Games of 2008: 30-21

  • David_Richardson 29/12/2008

    What I don't get is WHY review scores mean so much to people. I loved Steel Batallion on the xbox, it gets an 11/10 from me. All other reviews that did not score 11/10 be damned. However, I did not feel the need to launch an assaults on the internets, i was too busy enjoying the game....



    Because insecure people need confirmation from others that the choices they make are the correct ones. I spend a lot of time on this site, and enjoy that time greatly, yet if I stopped enjoying it I would leave for pastures new. But some people just like to have something to bitch and moan about.



    Anybody who has become even the slightest bit irate about this list in any way needs to get a grip. And MGS fanboys, if it makes you feel any better go and write your own list, putting your very favourite game of the year at the top. Or how about I do it for you?:



    1. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots

    2. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots

    3. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots

    4. Jumper



    I've never played it but I've taken a hit for you, do you feel better now?
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  • Microsoft E3 Conference

  • David_Richardson 14/07/2008

    "Home was at least a genuine attempt at something new for the industry."



    Home is Second Life in everything but name.
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  • David_Richardson 14/07/2008

    Wow, you really are a bunch of miserable, cynical bastards. Reply 0
  • Rez HD

  • David_Richardson 30/01/2008

    @defdaz



    Just leave then, and stop threatening to.



    The review is spot on in my mind.
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  • Eurogamer's Top 50 Games of 2007: 30-21

  • David_Richardson 26/12/2007

    "I hate the majority of people who post here. I'm not sure why I even read these things...well other than to smirk at the moronic comments."



    +1. There seems to be a huge gulf in class between the posters who frequent the forums and those that lurk in the comment sections.



    Some people seem to forget they are free to point their browser elsewhere.
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