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  • Jak 2, 3 and Combat X Racing launch for PS4 next week

  • verynaughtyboy 01/12/2017

    @kabalzerO

    "God games"?
    Reply +3
  • Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds review

  • verynaughtyboy 06/11/2017

    It's just a thought, but I wish that Eurogamer had a "second opinion" feature. Some here may remember that Mean Machines used to include a second opinion column within their reviews, and often the person would disagree with the reviewers assessment. I just feel that one person's opinion being taken as the representative view of all of Eurogamer is a bit archaic and limiting. With the size of games these days it might be a bit much to expect reviews to include a second opinion in them, but it would be great if EG staff who have an opinion on a game that they didn't review had a platform on the website from which to share it (especially if their opinion did not align with the site's official review).

    Just a thought.
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  • Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus review

  • verynaughtyboy 27/10/2017

    @DJDog

    You must be Fuhrer-ous!
    Reply +2
  • Assassin's Creed Origins review

  • verynaughtyboy 26/10/2017

    @Gearskin

    Score seems Pharaoh
    Reply +4
  • PlayStation boss Andrew House leaving Sony after 27 years

  • verynaughtyboy 03/10/2017

    @OneManAndHisDroid

    Quite a common expression in the UK. I'm a Radio 4 listener and you hear it on there fairly often, and I also hear it in my local area (North of Scotland).
    Reply +11
  • Cristiano Ronaldo's famous "Siiiiii!" celebration is in FIFA 18 and it sounds hilariously bad

  • verynaughtyboy 26/09/2017

    I assume it also includes not thanking all the players that provided you with a tap-in, but running off to celebrate (bask in the glory) by yourself! Reply +10
  • How Dishonored: Death of the Outsider makes rats of us all

  • verynaughtyboy 24/09/2017

    @QuitYourYappin

    I wouldn't have done it but given the context I just had to! Can you ever forgive me... 😆
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  • verynaughtyboy 24/09/2017

    @QuitYourYappin

    *you're

    (I'm so sorry 😂)
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  • verynaughtyboy 24/09/2017

    @Psy-Q

    It wasn't because you mentioned the mistakes that I commented, it was your tone. You came across, whether you meant to or not, as pompous and superior; you couldn't bear to carry on reading because the mistakes irritated you so much! As soon as you set yourself up that way then you will lose all sympathy from everyone else.

    One thing to bear in mind with the sort of errors that you pointed out is that they are many times the result of an auto-correction which has subsequently not been picked during the proofreading stage.

    Just ignore the errors, it's much healthier. In an ideal world there wouldn't be all these mistakes, but if you continue to get so agitated by them and feel the need to point them out then you'll just invite lots of criticism and you'll miss out on what people are trying to say.
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  • verynaughtyboy 24/09/2017

    @Edward_is_me

    I'm sorry if I've upset you in asking for an authority for your assertions; it's just how I operate.
    Reply -1
  • verynaughtyboy 24/09/2017

    @Edward_is_me

    Having had a quick look, I think you're right that there should be a comma before i.e. but I can't see any need for a colon afterwards in my sentence. Given what i.e. means I totally see why a comma preceding it is important. Interesting subject... Thanks
    Reply -1
  • verynaughtyboy 24/09/2017

    @Edward_is_me

    Google is a search engine and not an authority. What was the source, please, and is it an acceptable authority? I find the acceptable use of i.e. to be less defined than other definite rules
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  • verynaughtyboy 24/09/2017

    @Edward_is_me

    You're right on the capital letter on Nazi. I'd like a bit more verification that I needed more punctuation before i.e. than your say-so, if you don't mind me saying. I don't claim to be or possess a "Grammar Nazi" though, and I only pointed out his mistakes to show the danger of pointing out the mistakes of others. I'm not perfect and I know it, so it's not my practice to correct others as if I'm some kind of authority.
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  • verynaughtyboy 24/09/2017

    @Psy-Q

    Oh dear! You should never confess to possessing an inner "grammar nazi" as you open yourself to a wave of criticism. Your last paragraph features, I would say, redundant commas. Some may argue this is a style choice, and I would disagree, but you definitely used the wrong anaphoric reference i.e. You used 'that' instead of 'it.' I wouldn't bother to mention it but since you say these things are important to you...
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  • Everton FC fans in a flap about new Angry Birds sponsor

  • verynaughtyboy 20/09/2017

    Not the first time we've seen Rooney with an Angry Bird on his arm. Reply +41
  • Farewell to DriveClub, the PS4 launch disaster that became a racing great

  • verynaughtyboy 07/11/2016

    @Illgameonanything

    I don't think frazzl(ed) - I love that btw - ever can be happy. He's got so much anger; I'm glad he does most of his gaming on his Xbox as I'm not so likely to encounter him online! Not a nice fellow at all, he's in good company with Skippy and their like
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  • verynaughtyboy 07/11/2016

    @frazzl

    You'd have your say, that's fine. Please don't communicate with me again. I'm just trying to spare illgameonanything the fruitless endeavour of trying to reason with you.

    He is right about you by the way. The evidence for what he has said is exactly where he said it is. And he accurately predicted your behaviour based on his judgement of you.

    I know you'll respond to this, you can't help it, and that's absolutely fine. Just know that I would t respond.
    Reply +1
  • verynaughtyboy 07/11/2016

    @Illgameonanything

    You're absolutely right, Frazzl(ed) (lol) is an outright fanboy, one of the worst on here, and everything you've said is right. But he's also not right in the head. I had a "discussion" with him some time ago and he's an absolute psychopath, just won't let anything go. You've proved all your points, and all he does is deny you've made them and insult you. Walk away.

    When I had my discussion with him I received a nice PM from someone advising me to leave well alone. People on here know what he's like, and I think on some level so does he.
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  • Microsoft's mixed messages at E3 aren't pretty for Xbox One owners

  • verynaughtyboy 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    "it's totally not ironic for a clueless muppet to not understand basic definitions and insist they're right in the face of evidence to the contrary :lol:"

    You say that as someone with some experience in the matter! Frazzl, you're clearly out your depth here and the fact that you managed to Google something to agree with you carries no weight. Whilst a limited definition of hypocrisy may include intent to deceive, it's broader definition has included what we may refer to as unintentional hypocrisy for years. In fact, I've so enjoyed discussing it that I'm going to start researching it further tonight and a write a paper on it. I might suggest you try understanding the meaning of irony; it's embarrassing when you use words you don't understand.

    And at the end of the day, whatever I am, you remain a rabid fanboy.

    Listen... Someone somewhere said a slightly negative thing about Xbox - you better get on it!
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  • verynaughtyboy 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    But feigning is only one part of it, not the complete definition. Hypocrisy can apply in both situations where a person advocates a moral principle which their own conduct contradicts, knowingly or not.

    / the behavior of people who do things that they tell other people not to do : behavior that does not agree with what someone claims to believe or feel/

    You are taking one aspect of the definition and assuming it is the entire definition!
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  • verynaughtyboy 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    I see what you've done there frazzl, you are being very selective with your definitions and trying to befuddle what's been said. You've accused me of calling you a fanboy whilst being a fanboy myself: that's pretty close to a straight definition of hypocrisy. Here's Webster's definition:

    / the behavior of people who do things that they tell other people not to do : behavior that does not agree with what someone claims to believe or feel
    Full Definition
    1 : a feigning to be what one is not or to believe what one does not; especially : the false assumption of an appearance of virtue or religion/

    Nice try though. Keep googling some more and I'm sure you'll find some other spin to detract from the fact that you don't know the difference between irony and hypocrisy.
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  • verynaughtyboy 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    Two points here, please read them carefully because we all know you struggle.

    1. I am a big fan of Sony games. However, I can stand criticism of Sony, whereas you can't of Microsoft. As I said more than once here, the points in this article are valid for both Sony and Microsoft. I can accept that, you can't.

    And the main point...

    2. What you are accusing me of is not IRONY, but HYPOCRISY! Do you understand the difference? Clearly not! (I would also dispute any hypocrisy or fanboyism on my part. For the record, I think Xbox is a great brand but that MS have muddied the waters lately with their product and I don't like it. Ditto goes for Sony with the Neo, I don't trust that it won't eventually leave the PS4 behind.)

    Obviously you have comprehension issues, princess!

    So I'm still waiting for you to explain any irony I may be guilty of....
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  • verynaughtyboy 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    I'm going to take this as an admission on your part that you're wrong. You clearly can't articulate a reply, so have to respond with playground-level "lol's."

    That's ok, I don't take on fanboys and actually expect any logical or meaningful discourse.

    Bless you for trying though :oD
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  • verynaughtyboy 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    I'm still waiting for you to explain the irony. I'm going to bet that you can't, you're clearly struggling to reply.
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  • verynaughtyboy 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    So.... you can't mention any and hide behind a flipant remark. Pretty much what I'd expect from you.
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  • verynaughtyboy 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    What irony do you percieve?
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  • verynaughtyboy 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    He-he! I really touched a raw nerve there didn't I! God, that was easy. I hope you don't mind but I had to share your reply with a few friends; it's that funny, and dare I say... hysterical! Your personal insults don't bother me, I know my reading comprehension is fine, thanks.

    Your zealotry and rabid fanboyism for M.S. is one of the easiest things in the world to establish objectively, 30 seconds in your comment history is enough to prove it! Anyway, keep crying those tears mate, I'm sure there's many more to come!

    Lol! :oD
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  • verynaughtyboy 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    "Are 3 year generations that short? Do you really want another 8 year generation?"

    You do know that there are other numbers between 3 and 8, right? I mean, I'm not aware of a rule that says if you don't release a console on 3 years then you have to wait till 8!

    I know you claim to not be an M.S. fanboy frazzl but you absolutely are! You clearly cannot handle any criticism of your favored brand and, I'm sorry to say this, but you've embarrassed yourself a bit on here with your hysteria aimed at EG. They're just asking questions (which they also direct at Sony) so just chill out a bit.
    Reply +17
  • verynaughtyboy 16/06/2016

    Wow! The Xbox fanboys on here just cannot handle genuine questions being asked of their beloved Microsoft overlords.... Get a grip!

    This article raises valid concerns (and it points out that they also apply to Sony) so stop being so damn sensitive! Just because EG are asking questions it doesn't mean they are anti-MS/pro-Sony... you're just assuming that everyone is as partisan as you are!
    Reply +14
  • The Last Guardian: the first 40 minutes

  • verynaughtyboy 16/06/2016

    @Filben

    There's a scene where a couple of the guards are chasing him and it looks rather wonky, and dare I say game-y! Up until now everything I've seen has looked great so I'm not quite hitting the panic button yet.

    I am sure though that TLG will hit us all right in the feels and have the amazing atmosphere of the last two games.
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  • verynaughtyboy 16/06/2016

    I have to say that the E3 trailer for TLG was seriously unimpressive. I have been desperate for this game since I completed SotC, I worry that nothing could live up to my expectations.

    All that said, I'll buy the Collector's Edition on day one and play it before anyone can spoil it. I'll maybe play through ICO and SotC to prepare myself for the archaic controls. Who here remembers when you had to press a button to grab a ledge?!
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  • The Last Guardian finally, finally gets a release date

  • verynaughtyboy 14/06/2016

    @NewYork

    That's so sick it could be true.
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  • verynaughtyboy 14/06/2016

    I'm so worried that Trico is going to Die-co! Reply +1
  • Xbox E3 conference report: Microsoft is feeling bold again

  • verynaughtyboy 14/06/2016

    @XenonDurango

    "Microsoft absolutely smashed it at E3"

    By that, I assume you mean the Xbox One since there's no point in buying one anymore. It is smashed and broken!
    Reply -5
  • Horizon: Zero Dawn new gameplay features dialogue wheels, mounting

  • verynaughtyboy 14/06/2016

    I actually haven't been that excited for this game but have merely viewed it with mild curiosity. This video has changed it for me, it really looks wonderful. I'm impressed at how much is going on and the scope of what you can do! In that final battle I was surprised to see that the wood huts were destructible, and I feel that's necessary or you could just hide behind them and suddenly the scary monsters aren't so scary. I hope that with everything going on that the game runs smoothly. Guerrilla are very good on a technical level so I probably shouldn't worry. Reply +1
  • Here's 14 minutes of Dead Rising 4 gameplay

  • verynaughtyboy 14/06/2016

    @Porcupine_I

    Not at all! That would mean fanboy hypocrisy, and we never see any of that on here!
    Reply +1
  • Sony and Hideo Kojima announce Death Stranding

  • verynaughtyboy 14/06/2016

    Also, Reedus totally got them to beef him up a little! Reply +6
  • verynaughtyboy 14/06/2016

    @IronSoldier

    As the kids say... Lol!

    I think Kojima is brilliant at what he does, but I also think that no one thinks that more so than him! There'll be a religion around him next....

    Have you heard the good news about Hideo Kojima?
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  • It's a biker post-apocalypse in Sony Bend Studio's Days Gone

  • verynaughtyboy 14/06/2016

    I just watched the gameplay section: Wow, it looked intense! I felt a slight concern that the zombies went down too easily, and they also were a bit too dumb - they basically let him jog past them at points! However, overall I love the look of it, I can't get enough of these post-apocalyptic, world-gone-to-hell, lots-of-scary-monsters type games/films/programmes.

    Well and truly on my watch-list!
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  • Watch Dogs 2 showcases impressive infiltration gameplay

  • verynaughtyboy 13/06/2016

    But what will it look like when it's released? Reply +6
  • Crackdown 3 delayed until 2017

  • verynaughtyboy 13/06/2016

    Cloud control problems? Reply -1
  • Microsoft announces new console Project Scorpio for holiday 2017

  • verynaughtyboy 13/06/2016

    @XenonDurango

    I wouldn't have the audacity to ask, but if you're offering then: yes, yes I would!
    Reply +2
  • verynaughtyboy 13/06/2016

    @XenonDurango

    Believe it or not, a trolling Xbox fanboy's guarantee carries absolutely no force.
    Reply +10
  • verynaughtyboy 13/06/2016

    @XenonDurango

    You're not fooling anyone sunshine; we all know that you were NEVER buying a Neo and PSVR!

    On topic... This sounds very interesting indeed, I'll have to see how the story develops. Might end up with a Neo and this.

    It is so sad that MS have given up on the Xbox One so early!
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  • Behold the most impressive Dark Souls and Bloodborne videos online

  • verynaughtyboy 10/06/2016

    You should add my video where I complete the game in 1000 hours, I grind and upgrade like mad, I have a guide by my side at all times, and I pay some guy to do the toughest bits... most of the bits.

    How hardcore am I?
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  • Fallout 4: Far Harbor update fixes PS4 performance

  • verynaughtyboy 04/06/2016

    @IronSoldier

    I really feel that Sony and Microsoft need to start taking developers to task over games releasing in a broken or sub-optimal state. We actually need a bi-lateral agreement between the two to impose certain quality standards on publishers. I feel that only the two of them working together will achieve this, only then will they have the power to successfully impose their xonditions. Of course, I might as well wish for Putin and Obama to snog publically!
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  • verynaughtyboy 04/06/2016

    @IronSoldier

    First of all I would say that I have have enjoyed countless great experiences on my PS4 already, and I've only just had it a year. As far as I'm concerned the #greatnessawaits has been fulfilled. I have always viewed #fortheplayers as being a reference to Sony not following the anti-consumer policies Microsoft originally planned and thankfully dropped, and a simple play on the world 'player.'

    Even if Sony had released an immensely powerful console (which they haven't) I would still expect developers to release poorly optimised, bug-ridden, juddery messes. In that case, would it undermine the hashtags or would you apportion the blame differently.

    Sony released a fixed spec console (for now!) and Bethesda could easily have released a game that ran well, as it now seems to. The fault lies with Bethesda for not working within well-known perameters and limits, and possibly also with Sony for certifying it.
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  • verynaughtyboy 04/06/2016

    @IronSoldier


    "It was intended to gently humour Sony's insufferable BS marketing slogans proclaiming PS4 to be something it rather evidently is not"

    1. Exactly what have Sony claimed the PS4 to be that it is not?

    2. What in #greatnessawaits and #fortheplayers relates to Bethesda releasing a poorly optimised game. Any developer could release a game that even the mightiest PC would struggle to run, and that would be the fault of the developer. I struggle to see the conection you're making here.
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  • verynaughtyboy 04/06/2016

    @mega-gazz

    Good points there. I do mainly put this at the feet of the developer, but as you say Sony have allowed this to be released. I wonder if either Sony or Microsoft would have the balls to refuse to rubber stamp a game that runs badly, or would they worry about the advantage they might hand their competitor if they delay a big release?
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  • verynaughtyboy 04/06/2016

    @George-Roper

    I agree with you. The sort of people that do as you say are... Well, we know what they are. I'm just a bit surprised at Iron (who I do like by the way) as I don't expect it of him.

    A poorly performing game is the fault of the developer, although as has been pointed out to me Sony still have some culpability as they rubber stamp it before it goes out.
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