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  • Gaming convention threatens to abandon Indiana if anti-gay bill passes

  • danger.to.others 27/03/2015

    In my experience, the people who are offended by homosexuality are closeted homosexuals themselves that are ashamed of it because the fairy tales (uh, no pun intended) they were raised on told them to, who then go overboard about it when trying to hide something everyone can already see about them.
    To hate something requires a lot of passion involved about it!
    The one thing I appreciate about a loudmouth bigot is they make it easy for me to not give them any money or support.
    I'm not gay, but I have no problem with it. Gay people never ring my doorbell to ask if I'd like to join a cult.
    Now those people I have a problem with! If I wanted saving, I'm perfectly capable of finding a church. Don't come to my home.
    This law is a joke. But then, so is believing in the Bible as facts.
    Reply +5
  • PS4 firmware 2.5 release date and details

  • danger.to.others 25/03/2015

    Taking a screenshot when you earn a trophy made me laugh.
    In a good way. Laughed at the thoughtful, if unimportant, little add.
    Reply 0
  • YouTube Live to take on Twitch and be announced at E3 - report

  • danger.to.others 25/03/2015

    Nervous Twitch. Reply +23
  • Rainbow Six: Siege closed alpha gameplay footage leaks

  • danger.to.others 23/03/2015

    I like that Ubi called game site people influencers instead of journalists. Meaning no insult, it's a much more accurate title as to what they do.

    Far as Rainbow Six, no terrorist hunt, no sale. Waiting patiently for the announcement that's included.
    Me and my wife met through playing R6: Vegas, so Ubi would have to screw up pretty bad to lose my sale.
    R6 will always have a special spot with us.
    Reply -1
  • Dying Light has reached 3.2m players

  • danger.to.others 20/03/2015

    @texxx74 You're not alone in being in a "country that has so many intelligent, passionate and committed people is ruled by a bunch of brainless pigs. "

    That's basically every country in the world. I know how you feel.
    Reply +3
  • danger.to.others 20/03/2015

    Dying Light also had the best product placement in a TV show I've ever seen.

    Check out this set up. There's a new show in America called IZombie. Girl becomes a zombie, but everyone just thinks she's gone goth with her look, not that she's actually undead.
    Working in the morgue, she can eat brains and get the memories of those dead to solve murders. (I watch only the most high brow of television).
    She broke up with her boyfriend who she planned to marry because she's afraid she might not be able to control herself and eat his brains. But time goes by and she thinks she has a hold on it, now she thinks they could be together.
    So off she goes to her boyfriend's house to ask for him back. She gets to the door, but stops when she hears her boyfriend and a girl laughing inside.
    She looks through the window and sees him on the couch laughing away and obviously close and comfortable with the new girl....while playing Dying Light! So yes, zombie girl saw her living boyfriend not just with someone else, but playing a game of massacring her people.

    All that was the pilot episode. I know I'm going to watch more.

    Anyway, the Dying Light promo was a nice touch. Made me laugh.
    Reply +3
  • Hideo Kojima's name removed from Metal Gear Solid 5 branding

  • danger.to.others 19/03/2015

    @Frybird And I for one applaud you for saying I for one instead of "imo" or "imho".
    Stay elegant, friend!

    I'm curious what a Suda 51 and Kojima collaboration would create. (Dare to dream)
    Then again, that might be too mmuch crazy to comprehend.
    Reply +1
  • With the announcement of the NX, Nintendo admits defeat with the Wii U

  • danger.to.others 18/03/2015

    @geordiek Every American claims to be Irish? I don't know where your getting your views.
    Do you also believe we are all overweight and religious fanatics?
    Reply -3
  • Homefront: The Revolution delayed until 2016

  • danger.to.others 12/03/2015

    Considering how shit the gameplay was that Crytek showed before the title was bought, it's understandable more time is needed to make it a good game.

    I'll never understand the drama queens who hear a delay and suddenly proclaim no games are going to come out.
    How new to games are they? Games get delayed all the time for AT LEAST the last 10 years on a semi-regular basis.
    People complain when a game is buggy and rushed, yet complain when a game is delayed so they can properly finish it.
    I'll take the not rushed version, thanks.
    Reply 0
  • Uncharted 4 delayed to spring 2016

  • danger.to.others 12/03/2015

    Still bewildered at the way everyone is calling it a delay when there was never a release date given. Reply -1
  • Kinect and HoloLens developer Kudo Tsunoda expands role at Microsoft

  • danger.to.others 10/03/2015

    Rare and Lionhead mean nothing these days. Anyone who mattered and made good games under the name no longer work there.
    Rare are avatars and Perfect Dark 2, that's who works there these days. Lionhead is a Kinect Fable and a touched up redo of the original Fable with the people who actually made the original not working there now.
    Microsoft hasn't had this poor a first party since the dark, ugly days of the original xbox.
    Reply 0
  • Prey developer Human Head announces survival horror Lost Within

  • danger.to.others 10/03/2015

    Prey was a good idea, bad execution. Indian storyline? Excellent idea. Throw a quick couple stereotypes and then just sort of otherwise forget the cultural aspect for the rest of the game? Not such a good idea.
    It wasn't a horrible game, simply a generic one. They took the Quake engine and made a Quake clone. No bad flaws, but no imagination. The most unique thing was not reloading when you died. Which was a minor gimmick.
    Average studio having average success. Sounds about right. Not surprised at all when they lost Prey 2.
    Reply 0
  • PlayStation Plus March update adds Oddworld, Valiant Hearts and OlliOlli 2

  • danger.to.others 09/03/2015

    Expecting nothing from it and ended up hooked on Counter Spy. Great game. Reply +1
  • Ninja Theory cut one of Devil May Cry's most sexually suggestive lines for Definitive Edition

  • danger.to.others 09/03/2015

    I don't care if that line is in the game or not. But I will take a moment and (likely be the only one to) say I thought it was a great line.
    I remember it and it made me laugh. Different tastes and all that. My wife thought it was great too.

    But no, we must keep it dignified in our adult rated demon slaughtering games.
    I do get the feeling it was removed out of fear of the last year with gaming sites going hyper sensitive on the feminist front. I don't buy the story the developers around the office never liked it.

    If they remove things because they truly want to improve their product, go for it.
    Just be a shame if they felt scared to have it in there for fear of sales backlash.
    Won't change the world having or not having a single line. It's minor, but it'd still be sad commentary on the lack of backbone for Ninja Theory.
    Reply +4
  • Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is a standalone prequel to The New Order

  • danger.to.others 05/03/2015

    Love the ending of the trailer. Made me laugh. Reply +2
  • Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain release date revealed

  • danger.to.others 04/03/2015

    The guy is getting old. TIme waits for no one. I believe him this time that he's done.
    Although, notice his words. For HIM, this is the last Metal Gear. Konami are sure to carry on the series with a different team other than Kojima. (Which I can't imagine working, but I'll give it a try if it happens)
    Reply 0
  • Mad Max release date set for September on PC, PS4, Xbox One

  • danger.to.others 04/03/2015

    Not so strange for it to be 4 months after the movie.
    That way, it gives the new generation of kids time to see, get to know and hopefully like the new Mad Max and have more interest in a game based off it.
    Also, I won't be surprised if 4 months after theatre release is also when it comes out on Blu-ray.
    Reply +1
  • Tech Analysis: The Order: 1886

  • danger.to.others 21/02/2015

    I don't know why anyone would be surprised they made a game that looks better than everything else on the system, but is short and filled with quick time events.

    That's been Ready At Dawn's formula with every game they've ever made!
    Reply +3
  • The Order: 1886 review

  • danger.to.others 19/02/2015

    "It's a hollow diversion, entertaining but outmoded and caught somewhere between a medium it repeatedly fumbles and one it fails to effectively embrace."

    That sounds like the description to all of TellTale's games.
    Reply 0
  • Assassin's Creed Unity patch removes need to play companion app

  • danger.to.others 19/02/2015

    @Thrice87 No, it hasn't been 6 months. Your math is a tad off. It's a week shy of 4 months since Unity came out here in the USA (and didn't it come out a few weeks later than that in Europe?).
    Which is still a while. But I'm a sucker for accuracy.
    Reply +2
  • Square Enix's new Humble Bundle includes Tomb Raider and Sleeping Dogs

  • danger.to.others 18/02/2015

    @Shotofen I agree completely with what you said. I feel the same. Reply +2
  • Square Enix invites devs to pitch ideas for Gex, Fear Effect and Anachronox

  • danger.to.others 17/02/2015

    I join the crowd nodding at the idea of a new Fear Effect. But only if they keep the anime look. Don't modernize it to make it look like every other game out there. Reply 0
  • Stephen Russell, the original Garrett from Thief, joins Underworld Ascendant

  • danger.to.others 17/02/2015

    @Mr_Git Thief on PS4 (and I assume XB1?) was great. But yeah, those last gen versions were complete garbage. Completely broken, stuttering messes. Reply -2
  • danger.to.others 17/02/2015

    Most games have lists of babies who were born during it's development.
    This one might just have to have how many people die during it. There are A LOT of old people on this one!
    Reply 0
  • Ready at Dawn responds to concern over The Order: 1886 campaign length

  • danger.to.others 16/02/2015

    If they priced it at half the normal price, which makes sense to me if you have half the amount of an average game, they'd be hailed pioneers and innovators and all kinds of other fancy words and likely sold so much they would profit more than they will the amount who buy it full price.
    Missed opportunity.

    I see both sides. I agree with wanting different types of games. I'm all for there being Call Of Duty's, Dragon Age's and Heavy Rain's, for example.
    But you must PRICE ACCORDINGLY.
    They deserve the backlash for a single player only game to be that short and full price. I am confident in what I've seen I'm going to love this game. But I'm still waiting till it drops to about half the price before I buy it.
    Reply 0
  • Face-Off: Evolve

  • danger.to.others 15/02/2015

    Can anyone make an online game where the online actually works when it comes out?
    This is why I'll no longer buy online games on day one. None of these companies even bother. They simply fix it while it's out since people buy it anyway.
    It's not worth buying any multi or co-op games until they've been out at least two months, these days. And gamers have only themselves to blame. I promise you, if launch sales crumbled, these companies would release with their software actually working correctly.
    Reply 0
  • Assassin's Creed Unity and Rogue shipped 10m copies combined

  • danger.to.others 14/02/2015

    Was that an intentional play on words when he said "....we own our brands, which means that our destiny is in our own hands...."
    If so, a well played subtle dig. And a ballsy show of confidence after the buggy Unity.
    Reply 0
  • Digital Foundry vs Super Stardust Ultra on PS4

  • danger.to.others 14/02/2015

    I'm calling it now. This will be a free game if you have Plus in.....let's say August or so. Reply +1
  • Video: Just Cause 3: What we want to see

  • danger.to.others 12/02/2015

    I'd like to give Avalanche a pat on the back and buy them a beer for their putting aside multiplayer as to not take away from the single player.
    There's many games out there I wish had the same strength of resolve and vision. Mostly made by Ubisoft.

    All I need is better graphics, tighter controls, improved AI and I'm good. (Which is true of just about any sequel to any game)
    If they make the leap in quality that Just Cause 2 did from the original, I'm going to be a very happy customer.
    Reply +2
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider details emerge

  • danger.to.others 04/02/2015

    Missed opportunity for an article sub title.

    Lara Craft.
    Reply +65
  • Spotify headed to PS3 and PS4

  • danger.to.others 29/01/2015

    Well, there's no way I'd pay for the service when I have thousands of my own tracks I play off my 64 gig usb stick while gaming and using the free version would mean listening to periodic ads while I play.
    If I'm listening to all the music I really want in my personal collection, why would I want to add random commercial breaks to the experience, as well as plenty of new music that ends up never being nearly on par with the music I actually like?

    Thanks, but no thanks.
    Reply 0
  • Ubisoft deactivating keys it says were "fraudulently" obtained and resold

  • danger.to.others 26/01/2015

    Let the buyer beware.
    It's another sad commentary on our the current state of mind when people get mad at a company doing something about someone stealing their product.
    Just because it's digital does not mean it isn't actual product. What G2A do is the internet equivalent of people seeing that guy selling stuff out the back of his car for dirt cheap compared to the legitimate stores.
    And when you buy from that guy you take your chances.

    It's interesting about people who will go the cheapest route even when they know it's questionable in it's legality or, even worse, will pirate. (because not being able to afford to get something right away is not an option, you'll have that game NOW, one way or another. How dare a company not price within your personal budget?)
    The sooner we get technology running to a degree, (which I think we can all agree we're not at that point yet, but it's coming) where all games can conveniently go digital download and we see the end of most piracy, the official game prices will likely drop.
    The reason official prices are as high as they are is because of the amount of people who didn't purchase the game in the first place. They do have to make SOME profit. And unfortunately it's always the honest person who ends up footing the bill of freeloaders in any financial scenario.

    But this is really pathetic, seeing so many who blame Ubisoft in this particular case.
    If I wrote a book and then found someone had stolen a batch of them and were selling them for dirt cheap and I saw zero money from my work, bet your ass I'm putting the cops on you.
    Reply -6
  • Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell review

  • danger.to.others 19/01/2015

    Is a comedy without jokes still a comedy? How could you tell? Reply 0
  • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare dev hands out "reverse boosting" bans

  • danger.to.others 19/01/2015

    Unbelievably pathetic crowd in this thread.
    Not everyone, but rather people who think these cheaters aren't to blame, because it's CoD's fault for having leveling up. Which from what I see as I post to make up most of the thread.
    Incredible level of lack of accountability. To me, the biggest problem with Call OF Duty has never been the actual multiplayer, it's the players unable to play an honest game. Instead they are concerned with the highest level number, as if it impresses anyone.
    It doesn't.
    Only thing that impresses me about another player is meeting someone with a good attitude and manners who plays fair. Needless to say, I'm not impressed often.

    Good for Sledgehammer for at least trying to tackle some of these people who go into a mode involving other people and think only of themselves.
    Reply +3
  • Digital Foundry vs Saints Row 4: Re-Elected on PS4

  • danger.to.others 19/01/2015

    I'd be happy with a 30fps lock.
    I'm not one to get motion sickness. I've played truly horrible games on a tech level over my lifetime of gaming and never gotten dizzy or sick. That is, except for ONE game out of the thousands I've played.
    Saints Row 4 on PS3....man, am I glad I got it on sale for ten bucks. Because of the framerate fluctuating so much constantly, it's the first game my brain couldn't handle and made me feel sick.
    I tried to soldier on. I've survived an entire series of Assassin's Creed and Sonic Adventure's 2's camera, I figured I could surely make it through this.
    The shame of it is there is a funny game underneath the framerate mess. But even here, according to the article the PS4 version might have a high framerate, but it's all over the place. Which scares me away, since I don't trust my nausea coming back.

    Lock it and I'd buy. No framerate lock and you lose the sale. Simple as that.
    Reply +4
  • Watch Dogs 2 must "appeal to fans in a new way", creative director says

  • danger.to.others 17/01/2015

    I liked the game and I never played it with the online because....well, I play games because I don't like people, not because I want to do more with them.
    And even without that online part of real people popping in, I thought it was great.
    Story was only passable, definitely work on that. And the last "level" of gameplay with simply throwing everything at the player wasn't fun.
    But other than those nips and tucks, game is fantastic.

    But I'm obviously not the majority. I also really like Unity.
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  • Second UK man arrested following PlayStation and Xbox DDOS attacks

  • danger.to.others 16/01/2015

    Only swatting he'll have happening now is his jailhouse lover to his butt. Reply +1
  • NPD reveals top 10 selling US retail games for 2014

  • danger.to.others 16/01/2015

    FIFA 15 made the top ten? In the US? That's about the only surprise to me on the list.
    Well, that and maybe that Watch_Dogs made 8th.
    Also interesting that neither Assassin's Creed, Black Flag or Unity (particularly Black Flag) didn't make the top ten.
    Reply +13
  • Assassin's Creed Unity: Dead Kings review

  • danger.to.others 15/01/2015

    While it's absolutely justified in the backlash from the technical bugs it released as, it's a shame it ruined the fact Unity has the most likable character and best story, as well as some great new ideas (competitive combat weekly contests, the co-op itself, murder mysteries, the slightly altered for the better controls) of the entire series.
    Anyone who used to be an Assassin's Creed fan should check out the game now, even if only by rental. Aside from a funny AI glitch here and there that rarely if ever interferes with gameplay, it's patched up good now. Had it released in the state it is now, I'm confident this would have been the most popular AC yet.
    I'm just glad the DLC finally came. I'm already Legend and conquered everything in the game. Hopefully having mastered the game won't make the DLC too easy.

    But again, give Unity a try if you sat it out because of the glitches. If you like that style of game, this is the best yet.
    Reply +2
  • Ninja Theory's Hellblade also confirmed for PC

  • danger.to.others 10/01/2015

    I think someone doesn't understand the term spiritual successor, which Tom Phillips is absolutely right to refer to Hellblade as.
    That's why it's not just a successor. Spiritual. Shares a feel and tone, a look. But not the same characters or a related story or technically part of the series it's compared to.

    Maybe I'm just in a weird mood today, but for some reason the guy at Ninja Theory getting that wrong irked me. I feel better now.
    Reply 0
  • North America gets $15-a-month PlayStation Now subscription service

  • danger.to.others 05/01/2015

    Sony's not off to a great new year for me.
    First, here it is the fifth of January and I'm in Texas (in America) in a location with good broadband and all four directly plugged into the router consoles (two PS3's, two PS4's) and PS4 is STILL buggy.
    Sure, it logs in. But it's like playing the lottery if any multi will work per individual game, or sometimes the store can open fine, other times not at all.
    Though you might get into that store if you disconnect and reconnect. We got our free Far Cry 4 because we had a season pass for Unity. Downloaded it onto one PS4 yesterday fine. But today it can't download anything on the other system (and it is all on Sony's end. Also, those unaware, digital copies run on up to two different consoles as long as the same account is on each machine. We do it all the time).
    It's just a buggy mess. Call Of Duty's servers are supposedly down, according to a box that pops up and Unity....well, Unity we (wife and me) cheered at the pathetic progress of Ubi's servers working and Uplay opening for the first time since Xmas. Only....the co-op still can't hook up a game. So it's being worked on, but STILL not there.
    At least over on PS3 everything is fine. They got that back up and running perfectly around the 28th or 29th. Not buggy, everything normal. It's just PS4 that's all over the place, though it's odd to me how quiet the internet seems to be about PS4 still being terrible.
    And watching Hulu or Netflix? Not happening on PS4. Luckily, or lucky in my case, PS3 plays it. But PS4 is messed up STILL even with those apps.

    And now, with none of this mess fully sorted, they have the balls to announce Playstation Now coming with a monthly fee? Good luck. Maybe keep your mouth shut about starting up an online service till you fix the one you have.
    I'm old, have more disposable income, and spend a lot of money on games. I know it's more than the average. I spend thousands of dollars a year. I'm a big fan, so it's what me and my wife spend on. Bought a lot of digital, as well.
    But enough's enough. Sony, you're losing a lot of money with me. I'll still buy my single player games (disc only), but digital only games and games where the main reason to buy is multi (like a Call Of Duty or Killzone, things like that), no more.
    Both you and Microsoft are so ridiculously fragile and flaky about connections and open to attack, my spending will be a lot less.
    And a streaming rental service? Here's one person you will NEVER see a sale from.

    Get your act together or I'm sure there'll be a lot more one time big spenders who will decide to do the same as I am.
    Evertime I look at my Playstation 4 over the last couple weeks I just see Danny Glover shaking his head saying "I'm too old for this shit."
    Reply +1
  • Xbox One vs PlayStation 4: Year One

  • danger.to.others 22/12/2014

    The thing Microsoft should be sweating about going into year two isn't really the hardware.
    They should be worried as more of their first party games by developers who've had awhile with the hardware to be used to PS4 start releasing games.
    That's the really trump card of Sony versus Microsoft. Xbox only has Forza and Halo these days in it's first party stable....and it's a Halo without Bungie.
    Reply +6
  • Last-gen revisited: Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

  • danger.to.others 17/12/2014

    So old consoles can't keep up with the new consoles that are now a year old. About as shocking as finding out cigarettes are bad for you.

    I understand holding on to your old consoles to play the old games. I do the same. But if gaming is your hobby of choice, at some point you have to move forward.
    I can't imagine how anyone would be gullible enough to buy a new 2014 game made for PS4/XB1 on a PS3/360 and expect it to run well.
    Although, shame on the developers and publishers for taking advantage of those gullible fools. (I would assume most those customers would be uninformed parents buying for their kid). Not nice picking the bones of the ignorant.

    Still....interesting enough read. Sorry you had to take a bullet for the team and waste your time trying to play these old versions of Mordor. I'm just thankfully Mordor on my PS4 is excellent.
    Any problems it has aren't technical ones. On the polished front, it's excellent.
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  • Ninja Theory's Devil May Cry hits PS4 and Xbox One next year in 60fps and 1080p

  • danger.to.others 15/12/2014

    Call me shallow. I liked DMC for it's gameplay and levels. What I could never get over was his look.
    They dressed Dante like every superior complex bratty hipster who looks down on everyone around them for not being cool like them. (Yes, I am aware of the irony that those who behave that way created MY looking down on THEM)
    That was not the road to take visually to create a likable character for me.

    So yeah, I'm shallow. If Dante looked different I otherwise like the game. Thankfully they solved the problem by offering a skin where you could play as original Dante, so most the problem solved.
    What Ninja Theory failed to grasp was the difference between sarcastic and just stupid when it came to his dialogue. Old Dante was corny, but roll of the eyes likable. New Dante was a brat who I wanted to see killed every time i played.
    Reply -4
  • Rich Stanton on: GTA's growing pains

  • danger.to.others 15/12/2014

    My take has always been GTA has been both funny and serious at the same time. They've always walked a line between holding a mirror up at the worst people and just being mean. Sometimes they stumble, but they walk the line better than most.
    The article asks the question of if it's really satire or just reflecting movies and music influences. From my perspective of having grown up in California and now living in Texas here in America I can confidently say it's accurate satire.

    Now myself and the people in my life are a diverse bunch. No one is homophobic or racist and the people I know make up all different types of people. But just because I was raised properly without prejudices, that does not represent the average person that I see in the public here, especially in Texas.
    Yes, all that racism and hatred is extremely common. Looking at women as sex objects, thinking all gay men act or yell like women is believed by many. All the stuff I see skewed in GTA5 is true.
    I've seen all these people who I wish it were just caricatures, but really exist. From my perspective, GTA holds up that mirror to show us how ridiculous we are. Not embracing it, but condemning it.

    GTA might not be made in America (though correct me if I'm wrong, aren't all the writers from the USA?), but they seem to know the culture better than a lot of people actually living in it like to admit is going on.
    I'm often ashamed to be American with the sheer amount of idiots who cling to their bigotry that there are. And I'm glad to see GTA call out the ugliness, especially if it makes even one person recognize themselves in one part of it and maybe, just maybe, wake them up to want to not be like that, realizing how stupid they are.
    Probably not. Ultimately it's still just a videogame for us to enjoy killing virtual people in and the only people who are most likely to recognize people of the ugly type are the people not like that, while the bad people will have the point fly right over their head. Because as we all know, racists aren't the most intelligent bunch. Otherwise they wouldn't be racists.

    But to the point of the article, I understand your concerns and they're valid. I simply don't agree in how you're interpreting what's being said with what they're making fun of. It does much more good than harm to throw those stereotypes back in your face and make you see what you look like, even if done over the top.
    Reply +1
  • Advanced Warfare sales 27 per cent below Ghosts in the US

  • danger.to.others 14/12/2014

    If NPD want to keep any credibility in accuracy, they really need to start counting digital sales.
    I bought Shadow Of Mordor, AC Unity, Dragon Age, CoD: AW, GTA5 and Evil Within all digital.
    Especially in America, where most it's consoles players have good broadband, digital is accounting for a lot more than ever on any title.

    That said, I'm going to be in the extreme minority and say I actually liked Ghosts better than Advanced Warfare, as far as multi goes on my PS4.
    Reply -2
  • Tomb Raider mini-series is in the works

  • danger.to.others 11/12/2014

    @Cimeas Getting the girl who plays Lara is not likely. Woman is busy. She's finishing with the game and a regular on Grey's Anatomy, as well as bits and parts in other stuff. Reply +1
  • The Crew review

  • danger.to.others 10/12/2014

    It's the same set up with micro-transactions as Unity. Where once again, I will point out that in Unity I unlocked everything in an acceptable amount of time. I spent zero money.
    All the micro's are set up for are impatient trophy collectors and people who rent, who just want to hurry through the game.
    Any real (yes, I said real) gamer who plays a game because they enjoy it and want to earn things and accomplish the goals can settle into it and unlock everything. Those with no perceptions (so they feel the price looks impossibly away) and cutting corners because they need to have the best without earning it have the option to spend.
    But the system is a good one. All real life money is COMPLETELY OPTIONAL. There's not a single item that takes too long to earn or isn't available without going to the store. Not one.

    Though I suppose at this point if you can't figure that out, maybe you deserve to be out your money. Ubisoft isn't holding anything away at gunpoint. You choose to shortcut. Can you really blame a company giving the option to the dumb to spend their money without hurting the real players?
    That's simply smart business.
    Reply -1
  • Tripwire defends Killing Floor 2 PS4 port

  • danger.to.others 10/12/2014

    I personally feel aim assist on consoles is laziness on the gamer's part. Why bother to improve when the game can hold your hand and you can stroke your ego that you're more skilled than you really are?
    Back in the days when Halo first arrived it was always assumed you can't use a controller as well as a mouse to be precise. While obviously it's easier with the PC set up, you can use a mouse with a shooter and instantly be accurate, the controller is simply a learned skill. You can't get good at it unless you actually use it.
    Since I've been gaming since...well, since there's been shooters (I be old), I turn off auto aim in every game there's the option. These days I'm a pretty damn good shot. I can do as well with a controller as a mouse.
    My wife, however, always plays with auto aim and the few times a game comes along on console without it, she's a mess. Can't hit anything. Showing it's more than a minor crutch.

    My point isn't to puff my chest and proclaim I'm great at something. It's to say console games don't need auto aim. At a minimum, I wish developers would always keep it an option to turn on or off. I like Call Of Duty, but always hated that the auto aim is mandatory in multiplayer.


    My rambling aside, I'm glad Killing Floor 2 is coming to PS4.
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  • danger.to.others 09/12/2014

    The main lesson here, true of 90% of full size retail games the last year or two, is to remember not to buy anyone's game till it's at least two months old so all the important patches come out before you dive in. Reply +3