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Signed On Feb 11, 2006, 23:49
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News Comments > Fallout: New Vegas E3 Trailer
7. Re: Fallout: New Vegas E3 Trailer Jun 12, 2010, 18:52 CJ_Parker
 
bigspender wrote on Jun 12, 2010, 18:46:
is it just me being spoilt with new games lately, or have the graphics gotten worse in this game?

You really thought Obdisian would actually be able to improve upon something when working with an established tech? Really? Bwwahahahahhahaha. Someone get an ambulance for this guy. Quick!

 
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News Comments > Fallout: New Vegas E3 Trailer
6. Re: Fallout: New Vegas E3 Trailer Jun 12, 2010, 18:50 CJ_Parker
 
HAHA unother Obsidian fail in the making but I'm sure the fanbois will find plenty of apologies again. Like when Bethesda visited and then how Todd Howard's dog was chasing after Pete Hines' cat and then the stupid cat slammed into the server that was holding all the awesome dialog that was written by MCA so that in the end all the dialog that was used in the game had to be rewritten by Howard's dawg cuz MCA was pissed and wouldn't do it himself.

Or something like that. I don't know. All I know is that Obsidian fanbois are very inventive. You know, instead of just facing the cruel fucking truth which is that Obsidian is just a gang of hopelessly untalented hacks.

Well, on the bright side they will at least be fucking up a franchise I don't really give a shit about this time (unlike Star Wars which I actually do give two shits about) so it's all good. Go, Obsidian, go. Fuck this bitch up good. You know you can.

 
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News Comments > Rockstar: No Current PC Red Dead Redemption Plans
56. Re: Rockstar: No Current PC Red Dead Redemption Plans Jun 12, 2010, 06:06 CJ_Parker
 
Sempai wrote on Jun 12, 2010, 00:41:
These guys are so full of their own shit.

So is this the same as when you stated the Xbox360 & Ps3 versions were identical?..Naw that wasnt a bold faced lie was it..
I dig how these cocksuckers at Rockstar speak to us all as if we are retarded lemmings, no respect whatsoever man..

Fucking lies and bullshit is all that spews forth from these douche bags pie holes.

Oh look you pulled the same shit with GTA4..
I have 0 respect for these asshats.

Dude you need to lay off the gay Rockstar fanboyism. It's disgusting to witness that much butt-kissing. Seriously...

 
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News Comments > F.E.A.R. 3 "Point Man" Trailer
6. Re: F.E.A.R. 3 May 19, 2010, 17:14 CJ_Parker
 
Soulburner wrote on May 19, 2010, 16:55:
As far as I know, Monolith is *not* developing this...

As far as you know? Wow. Dude. You must be Soul-Sherlock-Burner, man. I mean it only says that the dev is Day 1 Studios in the newsbit and you can also see them credited in the trailer. Not a bad job there. We only had these two very vague clues there and you actually managed to piece them together perfectly. Impressive!

 
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News Comments > Dragon Age: Origins - The Darkspawn Chronicles Released
4. Re: Dragon Age: Origins - The Darkspawn Chronicles Released May 18, 2010, 21:58 CJ_Parker
 
kxmode wrote on May 18, 2010, 21:20:
I hope that $2.50 was worth it Microsoft!

I'm sure it was. If I were MS I'd pay morons like you $100 to STFU.

Seriously though... it needs to be said that MS -at least in BioWare's case- has adjusted its points system, well, and as far as I remember it's not just a BioWare thing but to the best of my knowledge the points system has been adjusted universally so you will never ever have to spend more money on points than what a DLC is worth.
I can confirm that as far as I am personally concerned. I bought several Dragon Age DLC packs for the PC and the packs of points I bought always matched the price of the DLC I wanted to buy so I never ever ended up with any leftover points. As far as I know that's exactly how they want to keep it for all future DLC, i.e. if you have a brain and can do simple math then there should be a near zero chance to buy more points than you need but I am extremely sure that some of the more creative fucktards out there will find ways to still screw themselves and then blame it on MS.

 
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News Comments > ArcaniA: Gothic 4 Interview
15. Re: ArcaniA: Gothic 4 Interview May 16, 2010, 12:37 CJ_Parker
 
Nucas wrote on May 16, 2010, 06:15:
i guess we're just too fat and stupid!

Yeah but you forgot "lazy". Fat, lazy and stupid.

 
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News Comments > EA Financial Results
19. Re: EA Financial Results May 12, 2010, 08:12 CJ_Parker
 
Veterator wrote on May 12, 2010, 03:37:
Admittedly I am no financial expert but it seems like companies go out of their way to make sure they "lose" as much money as possible.

Exactly. It is pretty well known that EA is milking every last drop out of its acquisitions. The BioWare acquisition was approximately $1bn but that did not include any follow-up costs. It is very easy for a creative team of accountants to massively inflate these expenses for acquisition so that it looks like you're losing money in style.
At the end of the day the only thing that counts anyway is that you have a healthy cashflow and plenty liquidity so that you can cover your short term expenses (like salaries, cost of goods etc.) and according to this line from the financial report...

Trailing-twelve-month operating cash flow was $152 million as compared with $12 million a year ago. The Company ended the year with cash and short-term investments of $1.7 billion.

... we can clearly see that EA is not in trouble in any way, shape or form.

 
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News Comments > Alpha Protocol Trailer
4. Re: Alpha Protocol Trailer May 9, 2010, 15:28 CJ_Parker
 
Yup. This retarded shit looks like the gaming equivalent of a Uwe Boll movie. Pass.

 
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News Comments > Bulletstorm Announced
11. Re: Bulletstorm Announced Apr 12, 2010, 18:05 CJ_Parker
 
HIGH_PING wrote on Apr 12, 2010, 14:04:
Another first person shooter for testosterone-filled male teenagers.

Dude just cuz YOU can't get it up anymore don't mean ya gotta flame dis game, ya know?!?

 
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News Comments > Morning Screenshots
2. Re: Morning Screenshots Apr 9, 2010, 16:53 CJ_Parker
 
Haha "art". Right.

 
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News Comments > Op Ed
8. Re: Op Ed Apr 9, 2010, 16:52 CJ_Parker
 
Well, now, the only thing that I am REALLY wondering about is... what the fuck is wrong with a cheeseburger at a wedding dinner?

 
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News Comments > Saturday Tech Bits
4. Re: Saturday Tech Bits Mar 20, 2010, 17:41 CJ_Parker
 
Assuming that all of the leaked info is correct (and there is very little reason to assume otherwise given the release is that close and also given the fact that there have been zero attempts on nVidia's side to deny any of these rumors) it is outright amazing how nVidia has gone from "pwning" ATI to losing the game (at least for now).
Remember how after the release of the G80 uber chip everyone thought that ATI was finished? G80 seemed to be from another world back then. Everyone thought that nVidia had managed to achieve a technological leap that ATI would have a very hard time of catching up with (if ever).

And now... this? This is all they got? A noisy, hot, power-hungry, steaming pile of shit?!? WTF?!?

I really, really hope that nVidia has a plan B for the holiday season of this year at the latest. One can only hope that they already know and realize that Fermi is a failure and that they have started working on a redesign or a new design a few months ago already so that the next gen (= what Fermi should have been) is ready for launch in a few months from now. Otherwise things are gonna go downhill for them very fast. At least in the discreet graphics card sector.

 
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News Comments > ME2 Appearance Pack Next Week
1. Re: ME2 Appearance Pack Next Week Mar 20, 2010, 17:08 CJ_Parker
 
Yipppiiiieee, here comes the Barbie package!

 
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News Comments > Peter Molyneux Interview
12. Re: Peter Molyneux Interview Mar 19, 2010, 22:06 CJ_Parker
 
Creston wrote on Mar 19, 2010, 14:16:
He is turning into a bigger fucking tool every time he opens his mouth.

To summarize :

Peter founds (with a few others) Bullfrog. Makes AWESOME games.
Peter sells Bullfrog to EA.
Peter whines that EA is stifling his creativity, is raping his studio, etc. etc. etc.
Peter leaves Bullfrog.
Peter starts Lionhead.
Peter makes a pretty fun game.
Peter sells Lionhead to EA.
Peter whines that EA is stifling his creativity, is raping his studio, etc. etc. etc.
Peter makes a few shitty console games.
Peter whines that he is "being imprisoned by this box" of developing for consoles.

Conclusion : Peter Molyeyensnyyzyeweuuxuxx is one dumb asshole.

Analogy : "Why do I keep getting sick just because I keep eating this fresh dog-shit off the street?? Waaaaah!"

Creston

I think the dumber asshole is you since you don't even manage to get your facts straight. He sold Lionhead to Microsoft, not EA.
Your analogy is really dumb, too. You are obviously not capable of telling the difference between sincere "whining" and "whining" as a business strategy. Hint for the dumbfucks: Peter is very obviously into the latter.

Look, I'm not a Molyneux fan by any stretch of the imagination (nor of his games, no, not even Dungeon Keeper) and I agree that he could be a little more modest at times but the guy still is a genius of sorts. He's made dozens of millions by selling two highly successful game studios that he founded and he's still leading one of the studios doing what he loves the most: Making creative games. How cool is that (for him)? Right. Very.
I believe that all of the dumbasses bashing the guy are in reality just envious.

 
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News Comments > Us And Them - Cold War and Demo Released
2. Re: Us And Them - Cold War and Demo Released Mar 17, 2010, 13:24 CJ_Parker
 
BobBob wrote on Mar 17, 2010, 10:41:
I wish turn based games were illegal.

And I wish people with ADD who stutter when typing their first name were illegal. Or at least be forced to get their balls cut off so they can't reproduce or something.

 
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News Comments > Ubisoft DRM Titles Confirmed
57. Re: Ubisoft DRM Titles Confirmed Feb 27, 2010, 10:46 CJ_Parker
 
I really do not see how UBI's DRM can not anger any long time devoted PC gamer in any fashion.

Long time devoted PC gamer here and I don't mind their DRM in any way, shape or form. I do in fact not give a shit.

My internet farts at least once a night.

See... there's a major difference between the two of us. Mine "farts" like once a year (if that).

I game on my desktop (LAN parties) and my laptop (airport, relatives) in many locations I do not have internet, let alone a stable connection. To boot if the connection is lost you can loose progress!

I don't do any of that crap but if I would then I would just play non-Ubi games at LAN parties and other locations with no Internet access. There's always something else to play.

How can being treated like a guilty thief from second one and loosing freedoms while paying MORE for your games not piss you off?

The only thing that pisses me off is the freebie asshole fuckfaces (read: pirating thieves) who got us into this situation in the first place and who are now whining that their precious torrents could become an endangered species in the unlikely case that Ubi's protection might actually turn out to be somewhat effective. Just look at this thread. At least 99% of the assholes posting here are downloading the majority of their games for free instead of buying them. That's a fact.

Fuck you Ubi, fuck you.

I second that. But not because of the DRM but because of their general support/patching policy (which is more or less non-existent really).

 
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News Comments > Fallout: New Vegas in Fall
29. Re: Fallout: New Vegas This Fall Feb 4, 2010, 17:52 CJ_Parker
 
Yifes wrote on Feb 4, 2010, 16:07:
Are you crazy? The original NWN was such garbage that, even though NWN2 is only decent, it's leagues better than the piece of crap that Bioware put out.

u r teh crazzzeh, too, dude!!1! Well, seriously, it really depends on what kind of gamer you are. If you do not care about multiplayer then you are 100% right in saying that the NWN 2 OC was infinitely better than the über shitty NWN 1 OC. If you are into modding and multiplayer, however, the situation is exactly reversed.

Sorry sir, but Obsidian has a WELL KNOWN history of issues with games.

Exactly. It's pretty silly to blame the publishers as far as KotOR 2 and NWN 2 are concerned.

As for KotOR 2 everyone with only half an interest in the video games industry knew that LucasArts under its back then president Jim Ward demanded games to be released on time. They didn't give extensions. Period. Jim Ward stated that very fact repeatedly in public interviews for everyone to read (if anyone doubts what I'm saying Google is your friend). Obsidian knew exactly that they had to be finished with KotOR 2 on day X. They missed the mark. They failed to deliver the game on time. Plain and simple as that. They fucked it up, not Lucas.

And regarding NWN 2 I never got the impression that the game was rushed. Say about Atari what you will (yeah they handled the Mysteries of Westgate release rather poorly but who knows what possibly even good reasons they might have had to delay the release as long as they did with all the legal insecurities in regards to premium modules?) but, anyway, the post-release support of NWN 2 was generally pretty awesome.
At the very least there is absolutely NO indication whatsoever that they "forced" Obsidian to release NWN 2 prematurely and then withdrew all support from the developers or some crazy shit like that. Quite the contrary. It seemed like Atari really cared about the game and tried to help Obsidian in building a community on par with the NWN 1 community. The sole reason this didn't work out is that Obsidian never really managed to make their tools as user friendly, flexible and stable as BioWare did with the NWN 1 toolset. Again: Obsidian failed, not their publisher.

Finally look at Alpha Protocol and the multiple, massive delays. Obsidian can call themselves lucky that Sega is that patient and forgiving. But of course if the game sucks people are still going to blame Sega for "forcing" Obsidian to release early. In spite of the more than generous extensions that Sega granted them.
And the same will happen with FO: New Vegas. If the game sucks it's all going to be Bethesda's fault, of course.

But, hey, the world would be a boring place without proper retards so please go ahead and continue to defend Obsidian. It's rather amusing.

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News Comments > Battlefield Bad Company 2 CTD Workaround
19. Re: Battlefield Bad Company 2 CTD Workaround Jan 29, 2010, 06:08 CJ_Parker
 
Jerykk wrote on Jan 29, 2010, 05:15:
Open betas (especially ones you can only play if you pre-order the game) are not used for actual testing. They are glorified demos.

Grade A bullshit. Open betas are in fact used for testing, of course, and they are a very important part of the testing process. The purpose of an open beta is to load test, i.e. to see how the server and the client behaves under extreme conditions when thousands of players are hitting your servers (from the login servers to the lobby and actual game servers) all at once. Ideally you create conditions that are more extreme than anything that should ever happen during live operations of the game (although there is a definite difference between theory and practice in this regard -> see launch of WoW ). Then you work on the bugs -and there's some really quirky ones that pop up during load testing at times- and improve/optimize the network code and configs and all that crap.

Therefore: Open beta = testing all the way. Jerykk = clueless n00b (as always).

'nuff said

 
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News Comments > Last Word on BioShock 2 DRM, For Now
17. Re: Last Word on BioShock 2 DRM, For Now Jan 23, 2010, 01:58 CJ_Parker
 
Creston wrote on Jan 22, 2010, 23:36:
Amen. It amazes me that after the horrible PR backlash they got with the original Bioshock, that they'd just stupidly burn themselves on that same shit again. It's really a zoo full of retarded monkeys that runs 2K.

Horrible PR backlash or not, the original Bioshock was also one of the very few PC games that managed to go uncracked for something between two and four weeks as far as I can remember.
Like it or not but that was indeed a smashing success in terms of piracy protection. And the game sold very well so why the fuck would they change their DRM policies?
So that you, Jerykk and the rest of you anti-DRM wankers can steal the game on or better yet before day zero? Aaawww. Looks like that's not gonna happen this time either huh? Too bad huh? Aaaawww... my poor little puppies..... muuuaaaahahahahahaaaa

 
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News Comments > EA Fires Back at Lasky
6. Re: EA Fires Back at Lasky Jan 18, 2010, 17:41 CJ_Parker
 
HAHAHA pwned, Lasky. I love these simple case studies of action and reaction. You reap what you sow. It's that simple. That Lasky clown had it coming all the way from Redwood right into his stupid fucking face. EA is teh supreme r0XX0r!!11! Muuuuahahahahahahahahaaaaaa

 
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