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News Comments > Morning Consolidation
7. Re: Morning Consolidation Jan 6, 2014, 12:42 Beamer
 
BitWraith wrote on Jan 6, 2014, 11:51:
Sounds pretty boring to me.

PS - Your PS4 must be "broken". Sorry, that's a pet peeve of mine.

Yeah, that sounds miserable.

At least the Xbox One has all the TV stuff to screw around with. That will get boring in 20 minutes, but it's more than the PS4 offers right now. And, even then, it's unwanted UI crap to mess around with, not something you necessarily want or would ever use again.

I'll never get early adopting a new console. All the games out either suck (Killzone), or are just ports from the previous gen and offer no advantages (Ghosts.)

By the time a worthwhile game comes out for either system, they'll be easier to find.
 
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News Comments > Full Steam Machines Ahead at CES
4. Re: Full Steam Machines Ahead at CES Jan 6, 2014, 12:40 Beamer
 
Steam Machine A? Steam Machine I?

Valve really needed some level of standardization here. How is this different than building your own? You still need to put a lot of research into how much different the parts are and whether one is really worth $200 more than another.

I definitely would have gone with hardware levels, and rated games for levels. Certain configs would be Level 1, others would be Level 2, etc. Games would be rated minimum Level 1, ideal Level 2, etc., so that people would immediately know the abilities of the machine.

Because, for right now, it's a product aimed at those of us that build our own, but offers no advantages over that.
 
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News Comments > Sunday Legal Briefs
8. Re: Sunday Legal Briefs Jan 5, 2014, 16:40 Beamer
 
Creston wrote on Jan 5, 2014, 16:03:
Fuck you, Microsoft. Fuck you and I hope you go bankrupt.
Headline is incorrect. They did not trademark "Mod." They trademarked "Microsoft Mod" and "Microsoft Office Mod."

Very, very big distinction.
 
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News Comments > Steam Top 10
4. Re: Steam Top 10 Jan 5, 2014, 15:31 Beamer
 
Paranoid Jack wrote on Jan 5, 2014, 15:25:
I'm glad to see X-Com getting some more love too. They had Enemy Unknown for under ten dollars and Enemy Within was only ten. As it stands it is the best TBS at the moment in my opinion. I've got over one hundred hours in the game now and I'm already planning my next replay. Love the new MECs. And I pray they are already planning the next expansion or the sequel.

I was talking to a guy from Valve on NYE. He said he's been talking to Firaxis a ton about their new game. He wouldn't say if it's another XCOM, but said it's the same team and, after seeing how the community responded and managed to mod a game not made for modding, they'll work hard to make sure the new one is very moddable.
 
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News Comments > December Steam Survey
6. Re: December Steam Survey Jan 5, 2014, 15:16 Beamer
 
jacobvandy wrote on Jan 5, 2014, 15:00:
Plenty of newer desktop PCs have integrated graphics, especially since it's standard on Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge.

24%, the second highest concentration, run 1366 x 768. Those are laptop users.

The question is whether that's their primary Steam computer or secondary.
 
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News Comments > etc.
19. Re: etc. Jan 5, 2014, 04:17 Beamer
 
Sepharo wrote on Jan 4, 2014, 15:15:
Games owned: 351
Games not played: 246 (70%)
Hours spent: 1,977.2h
Account worth: $4501.04

That gives me anxiety.

But I am doing a little better than Prez despite barely playing my games (other than CS and Civ5).
Games not played: 834 (75%)

I'm about the same % of games not played as you, but I have about 40% the games.
Does that include games not played since Steam started logging hours? Probably, right?

I've become much, much better about not buying something I know I'll never play because it's just $4.99. I figure, by this time next year, I'll totally ignore the sales and just buy what I want to play at the moment I'm ready to play.
Or I'll just do X-COM again. Triple digit hours now.
 
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News Comments > etc.
18. Re: etc. Jan 5, 2014, 04:12 Beamer
 
Creston wrote on Jan 5, 2014, 01:25:
Beamer wrote on Jan 4, 2014, 15:16:
I'm getting kind of sick of people here tying every single thing back to "PC GAMING IS DYING, EXCEPT THIS PART!"

Jesus, Beamer, we get it. This board sucks. All comments are fucking terrible. Everything makes you sick, and everything is bad and everyone is wrong, and everyone here is a moron, and everyone here knows nothing about the industry, and and and and

We get it. You can stop fucking posting it now.

It's only a small group, and not you. If you want me gone, you can blame yourself in part for me still being here.

But it's aggravating to see some threads where people complain about how PC gamers are made out by the media to be immature man-children, then in other threads see the same grown men act like particularly immature children.

This isn't terribly immature, but any time there's positive news about PC gaming certain posters here always do the "PC GAMING IS DEAD /s" post. The issue there is that all the "PC gaming is hurting" posts came from AAA publishers, and all the "PC gaming is thriving" posts come from indies. It's evidence of a different thing. But some people look for any reason to cheerlead and turn off their critical thinking. Others, like jdreyer, put some thought into their posts.
 
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News Comments > Saturday Mobilization
9. Re: Saturday Mobilization Jan 5, 2014, 00:04 Beamer
 
DrEvil wrote on Jan 4, 2014, 23:47:
Cutter wrote on Jan 4, 2014, 14:25:
That ain't gonna' make a difference. I'd love one of these, but for a grand? LOL!

I'm actually going to have to get a tablet/kb in the next couple of months for work so is there anything good - Android or Windows - in the $500 or less category?

Actually, for ~$1K, they're a phenomenal portable drawing tablet. The next closest thing are Windows 8 tablets from Wacom which are over twice the price or the MacBook-based ModbookPro.

But as a general computing device, you'd have to really value the form factor to make it worth it.


It's almost there for me. You can just add a USB mouse and keyboard and use it like a normal laptop, but it's much better for travel or screwing around on the couch, which is how I'd really use it. It'd be a third device for me - I already have my desktop for anything serious, and my work laptop for when I want to be in a different room.

As such, $1k is just too much. When they hit $500 I'm on board. Without losing things like the digitizer - I really want the great stylus.

In general, that's why I don't have a laptop of my own anymore. You either need to spend more than I feel they're worth (considering I have a great desktop), or you need something that makes too many sacrifices (e.g., tons of keyboard flex, a terrible touchpad [which all windows laptops seem to have], and it's way too hard to find a 14" laptop under $500 with a resolution over 1366x768. Even 15" laptops, which feel stupid big these days, are usually that resolution at that price range.)
 
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News Comments > Saturday Tech Bits
8. Re: Saturday Tech Bits Jan 4, 2014, 17:35 Beamer
 
Axis wrote on Jan 4, 2014, 17:31:
Beamer wrote on Jan 4, 2014, 17:30:
Cutter wrote on Jan 4, 2014, 16:44:
It's not like them, it's mainstream vs. the alternative. If you're in the mainstream for most everything, than yes, you're a sheep.

Alright, but don't you realize how ridiculously hypocritical and dismissive this is?

Great, so someone uses Linux over Apple or Microsoft. Everyone else is a sheep.
But what if someone uses Redhat. Still a multimillion dollar corporation running it. Are they a sheep? To someone running their own build, probably.

And what about that guy still running OS/2. We're all sheep to him.
And how about that guy that made his own OS. Everyone is a sheep to him.

Linux, for a while, had a larger market share than Apple, back in like 2000. Does that mean the Linux users were sheep and Apple users were the hardcore?



Basically, calling someone "sheep" for using an OS is asinine, immature, and the sign of a mental deficiency. Some people on this board, you two in particular, call everyone a sheep for making decisions you do not. Cutter, you're like 40. Stop calling people "sheep" for tech choices. Stop making giant generalizations.
Sorry, you need to grow up. You act like a teenage girl so much of the time. You're not an idiot, but so much of what you say is tossaway gibberish that is damn near trolling.
I know you'll find this hypocritical and either block me or threaten to, but look at what you whined about Blue deleting from you yesterday. Something along the lines of "haha, toolbag Failbox user fanboys."
Do you not realize how much that phrase is hypocritical because it makes it seem like you're the fanboy, not someone else? Hell, at your age you shouldn't really care what other people do and you shouldn't use loaded weasel words like "fanboy."

I just don't get how an otherwise mature, reasonable man can be such a petulant child when it comes to his hobby. You act like a 14 year old on Xbox Live circa 2007.

Re-read my last post, revise this one, and grow up.

Wait, so your response to me saying "grow up" is "grow up?"
I'm rubber, you're glue?



Again, my contention with you is how juvenile calling people "sheep" is.
I'm just going to start ignoring anyone throwing "sheep" and "fanboy" out at anyone different than them. The people doing this never contribute anything. It's the modern version of "M$." It's a way for people to feel better about themselves while doing the same thing they mock.
 
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News Comments > Saturday Tech Bits
6. Re: Saturday Tech Bits Jan 4, 2014, 17:30 Beamer
 
Axis wrote on Jan 4, 2014, 17:25:
Beamer wrote on Jan 4, 2014, 15:18:
Axis wrote on Jan 4, 2014, 13:12:
Linux is not for the microsoft or mac sheep, it's for cutting edge techs who design their own OS to fit their company or their own needs. And that type of ratio pretty much stays the same once something becomes established.

The only way to increase linux desktop adoption is consumers feeling comfortable with it in some way (like an "android" desktop), or a huge marketing campaign for a distro that is fool proof. A few will be gleaned here and there just from exposure (and possibly from projects like Steam), but it's not going to ebb and flow much in either direction from now on.

Linux is for sheep that think they need to be different.


See, I can call people that make different choices than me "sheep," too!
What is it with this place and thinking everyone not EXACTLY LIKE THEM is a sheep?

A 'sheep' would be defined as an individual who doesn't dig deeper on their own, easily influenced by marketing or hype and quick to defend their choice that the majority make. And the vast majority of windows users just follow the crowd because alternatives are not shoved in their faces for easy consumption - this goes for businesses 10 fold.

And that's fine -- it's not a bad thing but it is a fact. I'm a sheep in many areas I'm no expert in. The difference is mine are by choice most of the time -- not by sly marketing or faddish decisions. For instance, I purchase Great Value items from walmart like a hound, my shelves are filled to the hilt with white and blue boxes. And I do it because I do save money, but primarily because I know that Great Value is exactly the same as the name brands I've sheeped in the past. I also

The vast majority simply don't think beyond what's easily reachable right in front of them, and can't be bothered.

Its people like you beamer who constantly contradict themselves and never take ownership that people should be wary of.

A majority of Windows users use Windows because it runs everything they want it to and it comes preloaded on most systems.

Those aren't sheep. Those are rational consumers with other things to worry about.

The problem with you is that you see black and white. But Linux isn't de facto superior. For the vast majority of users it's over complicated and under supported. Most people use email and internet. That's it. They don't need advanced settings. They don't want to worry about compatibility. It's so fucking ridiculous that people like you think that this make someone a sheep.

What is best for you isn't best for everyone. That's perfectly rational. And no, Linux is not best for most. You said it yourself - it's for a minority that needs power controls. You were right. But then you said everyone else is a sheep. Why insult the normal user? Why try to justify your own choices and puff your ego like that?
Just be comfortable with who you are.
 
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News Comments > Saturday Tech Bits
5. Re: Saturday Tech Bits Jan 4, 2014, 17:30 Beamer
 
Cutter wrote on Jan 4, 2014, 16:44:
It's not like them, it's mainstream vs. the alternative. If you're in the mainstream for most everything, than yes, you're a sheep.

Alright, but don't you realize how ridiculously hypocritical and dismissive this is?

Great, so someone uses Linux over Apple or Microsoft. Everyone else is a sheep.
But what if someone uses Redhat. Still a multimillion dollar corporation running it. Are they a sheep? To someone running their own build, probably.

And what about that guy still running OS/2. We're all sheep to him.
And how about that guy that made his own OS. Everyone is a sheep to him.

Linux, for a while, had a larger market share than Apple, back in like 2000. Does that mean the Linux users were sheep and Apple users were the hardcore?



Basically, calling someone "sheep" for using an OS is asinine, immature, and the sign of a mental deficiency. Some people on this board, you two in particular, call everyone a sheep for making decisions you do not. Cutter, you're like 40. Stop calling people "sheep" for tech choices. Stop making giant generalizations.
Sorry, you need to grow up. You act like a teenage girl so much of the time. You're not an idiot, but so much of what you say is tossaway gibberish that is damn near trolling.
I know you'll find this hypocritical and either block me or threaten to, but look at what you whined about Blue deleting from you yesterday. Something along the lines of "haha, toolbag Failbox user fanboys."
Do you not realize how much that phrase is hypocritical because it makes it seem like you're the fanboy, not someone else? Hell, at your age you shouldn't really care what other people do and you shouldn't use loaded weasel words like "fanboy."

I just don't get how an otherwise mature, reasonable man can be such a petulant child when it comes to his hobby. You act like a 14 year old on Xbox Live circa 2007.
 
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News Comments > Saturday Tech Bits
2. Re: Saturday Tech Bits Jan 4, 2014, 15:18 Beamer
 
Axis wrote on Jan 4, 2014, 13:12:
Linux is not for the microsoft or mac sheep, it's for cutting edge techs who design their own OS to fit their company or their own needs. And that type of ratio pretty much stays the same once something becomes established.

The only way to increase linux desktop adoption is consumers feeling comfortable with it in some way (like an "android" desktop), or a huge marketing campaign for a distro that is fool proof. A few will be gleaned here and there just from exposure (and possibly from projects like Steam), but it's not going to ebb and flow much in either direction from now on.

Linux is for sheep that think they need to be different.


See, I can call people that make different choices than me "sheep," too!
What is it with this place and thinking everyone not EXACTLY LIKE THEM is a sheep?
 
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News Comments > etc.
7. Re: etc. Jan 4, 2014, 15:16 Beamer
 
Beelzebud wrote on Jan 4, 2014, 13:16:
Damn PC pirates owning more games than they can play! they did this by piracy!!!

Oh wait, they're talking about games people bought on Steam. Never mind, I'm sure the death of PC gaming can be found somewhere!

I'm getting kind of sick of people here tying every single thing back to "PC GAMING IS DYING, EXCEPT THIS PART!"

The comments are as redundant (and witty) as Cutter's Apple comments.
 
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News Comments > Criterion Cofounders Leave
11. Re: Criterion Cofounders Leave Jan 3, 2014, 17:10 Beamer
 
Creston wrote on Jan 3, 2014, 15:44:
Beamer wrote on Jan 3, 2014, 15:22:
Creston wrote on Jan 3, 2014, 14:07:
"Just decided to start afresh and form a new games company with @FionaSperry #freshstart."

I'd lay even odds that five years from now he sells his company to EA again, because game devs never learn.

Not that it's bad for him?

1) Create studio to do what you want
2) Sell studio to EA for huge sum of money
3) Stay with EA for a few years, making the exact same game you used to make, only under a different title and with a bit less freedom
4) Leave EA with piles of cash under your arms
5) Repeat

Your list is forgetting a few minor, very important items.

1) Create studio to do what you want
2) Sell studio to EA for huge sum of money
3) Stay with EA for a few years, making the exact same game you used to make, only under a different title and with a bit less freedom
4) Complain endlessly about publisher pressure and lack of freedom
5) Swear up and down you'll never, ever work for a publisher again
6) Leave EA with cash and start over
7) Sell company to EA in a few years, and begin complaining again

It's sometimes referred to as the Peter Molyeneueueueuuuxuxuxxx syndrome.

Oh. I had no clue he'd complained.
I never fully understand why devs complain when they lose freedom after selling out. You literally sold your ownership. Someone didn't give you that money for free, they gave it for the ability to make sure you kept earning.

It's like the guy that gets married and has a kid then complains that he can't go to the bar every night anymore.
 
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News Comments > Criterion Cofounders Leave
4. Re: Criterion Cofounders Leave Jan 3, 2014, 15:22 Beamer
 
Creston wrote on Jan 3, 2014, 14:07:
"Just decided to start afresh and form a new games company with @FionaSperry #freshstart."

I'd lay even odds that five years from now he sells his company to EA again, because game devs never learn.

Not that it's bad for him?

1) Create studio to do what you want
2) Sell studio to EA for huge sum of money
3) Stay with EA for a few years, making the exact same game you used to make, only under a different title and with a bit less freedom
4) Leave EA with piles of cash under your arms
5) Repeat
 
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News Comments > Eye Tracking Controller Plans
6. Re: Eye Tracking Controller Plans Jan 3, 2014, 15:19 Beamer
 
DangerDog wrote on Jan 3, 2014, 14:24:
Needs head position tracking as well, If nothing else great news for people with disabilities.

I did work on eye tracking for disabilities in college. I don't know if anything ever came from the project. We had decent accuracy then, and that was a pretty long time ago.
 
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News Comments > Morning Legal Briefs
24. Re: Morning Legal Briefs Jan 3, 2014, 13:58 Beamer
 
jdreyer wrote on Jan 3, 2014, 03:52:
Beamer wrote on Jan 2, 2014, 20:37:
I think a lot of people here don't understand how loose "probably cause" is.

Don't make enough eye contact with the officer? You're hiding something, it's probably cause to search you.
Make too much eye contact with the officer? You're hiding something, it's probably cause to search you.
Make just the right amount of eye contact with the officer? You're trying too hard, which means you're hiding something, it's probably cause to search you.

I would have thought this was unnecessarily cynical UNTIL I WATCHED THIS.

Courts have rarely disagreed with an officer that he had probably cause. In some ways it makes sense - they weren't there at the time. But what it means is that virtually anything can be probable cause.

Common advice in a traffic stop is to never consent to a search of your vehicle. Do you know what that is? Probable cause! If you're refusing a search, you must have something to hide. So that just means you sit there, waiting, while the officer goes to a judge and gets a warrant and searches your car anyway.

The honest truth, when you get down to it, is that people without a reason to fear the police typically have no reason to fear the police. How many people here have either been searched (not patted down) or put in jail for no reason?

When something goes wrong, it goes horribly wrong. But it doesn't go wrong as often as people think. That doesn't diminish the impact of wrong, or how wrong those incidents are, but they're a lot more rare than people think. They're much more common in media than reality. Some are just so horrible they completely stick, like that guy that got cavity searched repeatedly a month ago.
Spend some time in a criminal court, though, and you won't see many people that don't belong there. That said, there was one murder case where one guy went away for a long, long time, that no one thought was right. Prosecutor thought he deserved manslaughter because he didn't believe the witness, but since there was a witness and no factual reason not to believe her, he had to ask for more. Well, the jury believed her, and that's all that mattered.
 
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News Comments > PopCap CEO Retiring
8. Re: PopCap CEO Retiring Jan 3, 2014, 13:45 Beamer
 
Shok wrote on Jan 3, 2014, 12:23:
His requirement to stay with Popcap after EA bought them probably expired Dec. 31st so he is leaving now.

Likely no requirement, likely just stock that vests. And I doubt it fully vested, it probably just wasn't enough to stick around.
 
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News Comments > GOG.com Drops Fallout Games
83. Re: GOG.com Drops Fallout Games Jan 3, 2014, 01:49 Beamer
 
Kristian Joensen wrote on Jan 2, 2014, 21:29:
I get it, I don't take it in the ass and so I am the enemy of all of gaming, right. Noted.

This is basically exactly what I'm talking about.

Either you read into things not said and call people liars, or you take it in the ass.


Seriously, the "hardcore" gaming community is probably the most toxic out there. Even sports freaks aren't as insane or obnoxious to the people that provide them entertainment (in return for cash, but still.)
 
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News Comments > GOG.com Drops Fallout Games
78. Re: GOG.com Drops Fallout Games Jan 2, 2014, 21:24 Beamer
 
Kristian Joensen wrote on Jan 2, 2014, 20:37:
Beamer wrote on Jan 2, 2014, 20:31:
Kristian Joensen wrote on Jan 2, 2014, 19:55:
The existence of naive people is nothing new. Oh well. It is hilarious to me how anyone can get anything else out of that Twitter conversation. Every mention of GOG by somebody (that was not ignored) being followed up by a mention of Steam as if GOG doesn't even exist. The conclusion is obvious.

Of course! If they say something about GOG, and it never materializes, people like you will flip out. But, when they don't say anything, you're flipping out anyway.

The worst part is you call others naive. Fuck that. You're entitled and a nuisance.

Remember when we used to have .plan files? Do you know why that stopped? Because of people like you. You call yourself a fan, but you ruin everything for everyone. You overanalyze and whine and complain. When someone mentions something and you don't like it you address them directly and complain. When someone doesn't mention something you want to hear you address them directly and complain. You call them liars. You call everyone else naive.

Do you understand how software development works? Some things work. Some things don't work. With games, some things are fun. Some things aren't. With .plans, devs used to discuss things early in development. Sometimes they ended up not working and got cut. Sometimes they ended up not fun and got cut. But people like you threw shitfits and, guess what, devs stopped talking to the community because it became a no-win situation.

All this PR speak you claim to be so knowledgeable about is a direct result of people like you being shitty.
Why do we know nothing about Half Life 3? Because of "fans" like you.

You don't even realize how shitty you are, do you? You think you're a good, knowledgeable, intelligent fan. But you aren't a fan. You treat the people making you the things that entertain you like the enemy, and because of that all the rest of us are kept in the dark.

All of this coming from someone claiming I overanalyze? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

You have no idea of what type of gamer and person I am.

"You treat the people making you the things that entertain you like the enemy,"

So all the good things I have said about GOG, cd Project, Valve, Devolver Digital, Human Head, Remedy, id Software and others(Even including Bethesda/ZeniMax on some points) is treating them like enemies? HAHAHAHAH. You are very funny.

No. Tweeting Pete Hines and calling him a liar is treating him like the enemy. Coming on this board and calling them liars is treating them like the enemy.

Just shut up and play games you like. Don't play games you don't like. Stop being hypercritical of shit people fucking say or do not say. Goddammit, when's the last time we had a green icon around here? We never get them. Do you know why? Because stupid fucking people jump all over everything they say and chase them out of here.

There's a wall between us and game devs. You are the reason.
 
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