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Nickname .Drifter
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Signed On Jan 20, 2001, 09:41
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News Comments > Homeworld to Return?
4. Re: No subject Nov 4, 2007, 20:27 .Drifter
 
As long as it's more like Cataclysm than either HW1 or HW2, I'll be happy.
2 big problems I had with part two were the timed levels and the the fact that technology seemed to take a step back from Cataclysm. Another more minor issue I had was how the game seemed to ignore Cataclysm altogether, and how the story in HW2 just did not mesh all that well with the story in HW1, at least not without a lot of stretching.

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News Comments > World of Warcraft Patch
29. Re: How is this news? Oct 10, 2007, 12:51 .Drifter
 
Just curious TheMatic, have you ever sucked another man's dick? Because your stupid video game is full of pathetic fags. So did you ever do that in real life? How's that for a comparison? Fuckin' nerdy ass little kid.

Well, I wasn't attacking you personally I was just questioning your argument. I was going to use amusement parks and online games as a comparison, and ask how you could justify paying to go to one repeatedly, when most in my experience are more of just the same thing and a waste of money. Maybe I should have used an apartment as a comparison instead, with the monthly cost of a subscription being comparable to apartment rent. You buy a game, get 30 free days, and if you want more you pay "rent" to keep playing, much like how you put down the deposit and first month on an apartment, and if you want to stay there you do. If not, you move on and stop paying. Or, if you don't want to pay to play, you play on a pirate server if that's your thing.

Funny, though, how you turned it into a personal attack and then threw out a bunch of assumptions. First, you assume I'm a man. Why? Only men can use a computer? Second, you assume I play WoW. Why? Because I commented on a post about it? Third, you assume I'm a little kid. Why? Because I posted here? The same place you did?

Good one. Can't attack the argument, attack the person.

 
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News Comments > World of Warcraft Patch
18. Re: How is this news? Oct 10, 2007, 01:14 .Drifter
 
Just curious, Zeph, but you ever been to an amusement park? Or Disneyland? Or something similar? If so, how many times?

 
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News Comments > WoW Patch Plans & Creative Audio Issue
31. Re: No subject Oct 1, 2007, 01:22 .Drifter
 
The main given reason for this switch was the inclusion of the voicechat feature.

From what I've read up to now on the forum, voice chat had nothing to do with the sound change, and several Bliz peeps have posted as much. Not that they couldn't be lieing, but I have yet to see anyone from Bliz post it was the reason.

 
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News Comments > Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Soulstorm Announced
16. Re: ... Sep 27, 2007, 00:56 .Drifter
 
Widescreen has never been broken for me. Granted, it was never true widescreen in the first place. They actually chopped the top and bottom off of the standard resolution so that it was the right width but not the right height. Honestly, 1280x1024 on my 1680x1050 monitor had the same horizontal viewing distance, but a good bit more vertical viewing distance.

 
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News Comments > Red Alert: A Path Beyond
15. Re: No subject Sep 17, 2007, 00:28 .Drifter
 
a vast majority of "lifetime" anything is somewhat of a scam, and when you purchase something like that there is always a clause that says if the company goes under, or changes ownership, or blah blah blah, then the "lifetime" offer is null and void

Most of the "lifetime" offers on products I've seen are the "lifetime of the product" type "lifetime" offers. By making it "lifetime of the product" I guess they protect themselves from law suits, since the product lifetime is then what they decide it is rather than "lifetime" as in "the buyers lifetime."

Edited to add that I just love it when you read a Lifetime Warranty* on a label, go to read the * and find that it says in really small print something like "5 years" or something similar.

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News Comments > Preorder The Orange Box, Test TF2
121. Waiting on Circuit City Sep 12, 2007, 01:14 .Drifter
 
Well, if I get it I'll do what I did with Ep.1 box, wait for Circuit City to drop it in the bargain bin and pay 5 or 10 bucks for the whole lot in about 6 to 12 months.

 
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News Comments > Kwari Announced
7. hmm Sep 1, 2007, 01:13 .Drifter
 
First time a server crashes and they refuse to award prizes based on already achieved kills, I'm gonna laugh at the uproar.

 
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News Comments > Space Siege Revealed
8. Uh, haven't I seen this before? Jul 7, 2007, 03:29 .Drifter
 
I mean seriously, isn't there an xbox 360 game currently in development where the player has to choose to stay more human or become more cybernetic? And didn't it get creamed last e3?
And then there was another one, I forget the name now but it was by dreamcatcher or something, where you're trapped in a spaceship and it played like Diablo in space...

 
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News Comments > etc., etc.
5. Re: No subject Jul 4, 2007, 02:52 .Drifter
 
Nexus, I really liked it until the bugs kicked in. From what I remember the developers abandoned the game before they really got around to patching it.
I still have it, still mean to try and finish playing it, but just never get up the resolve to deal with the issues.

 
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News Comments > EA Reorganizes
21. Re: No subject Jun 20, 2007, 01:58 .Drifter
 
its funny cause all of you bitches buy every EA game that comes out then bitch about it

The last EA game I can remember buying was need for speed underground 3 years ago for 9 bucks at circuit city.

 
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News Comments > EA Reorganizes
11. Re: RIP Jun 19, 2007, 04:00 .Drifter
 
It just means more executive specialization. You won't have a guy overseeing the management of both Diner Dash and Battlefield. Instead people will work exclusively within their expertise. So all the FPS games in development will be answering to the same group.

Yeah, the EA Games group. The one doing Strategy, FPS, Racing, Simpsons, etc.

All very similar game types, so I just know it will work out great.
Just imagine their first game:
Command and Conquer the Need for Speed on the Battfield of Honor to Burnout the evil Bartman clone.
An RTS/Racing/FPS/Simpsons hybrid where you RTS your way across the map, dropping down into FPS mode for hands on battles, and when you finally reach the evil Bartman you have to race him around the battlefield while trying crash his car and steal his medal, while avoiding exploding tiberium road hazards.
Yeah, I'd buy that for a dollar!

 
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News Comments > Gone Gold - Sword of the Stars: Born of Blood
2. Re: Soooo,,, Jun 6, 2007, 00:30 .Drifter
 
I will. I liked the original games' single player experience, never really went online and played it so can't comment on that portion. The game kept it to the point of what I wanted to do, research new tech and use it to kick alien butt, so the expansion pack is a no brainer for me.

 
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News Comments > Gods War Online Announced
9. Gods War, ha! Jun 2, 2007, 00:35 .Drifter
 
I'm betting they're hoping on people mistaking this for God of War so they'll try it.

 
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News Comments > No DirectX 10 Supreme Commander
27. Re: ... May 22, 2007, 01:12 .Drifter
 
You speak as if all operating systems have had service packs. XP was the first consumer OS to do so

I don't know if they would be technically considered service packs, but Win95 had a release version, OSR1 and OSR2 from what I remember, and Win98 had a 98se.

 
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News Comments > On Shadowrun Pricing
15. Re: Why are people bitching about this? May 15, 2007, 05:38 .Drifter
 
It would take having a substantial price cut on Vista for gamers to make most people get the game, since buying it and not being able to run it due to your operating system doesn't jive well with spending habits.

Amen to that.
This is the first time I can remember that Microsoft, directly after release of a new OS, dropped all backward compatibility with all other older OS's in their own games. They really must be desperate to get everyone on a pay to play model, like Live! is.

 
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News Comments > On Shadowrun Pricing
9. Re: Why are people bitching about this? May 15, 2007, 01:11 .Drifter
 
In most cases they do cost more to develop, nobody on our end is gonna like it, but it was bound to happen.

Now that's something I've always wondered about, console games being more expensive than their PC counterparts.
I mean seriously, on a console you have ONE piece of hardware to develop for. On a PC you have to develop on several different machines, with various different parts, just to make sure the game will run right on maybe 50% of the machine combinations out there. So how can developing for a machine with one hardware combination cost more than developing for thousands of computers with thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands, of hardware combinations?

 
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News Comments > etc., etc.
3. Game makers excited about Vista? Apr 25, 2007, 01:39 .Drifter
 
"If you want to play next-gen games you have to have a next-gen operating system,"
Wow, sounds like a marketing blurb if I ever read one.

The DirectX standard dates back to the mid-1990s when upgrading add-on video cards on home computers was still a hobbyist's pursuit, something hardcore gamers did to extract the most performance from 3-D shooters like "Quake" or "Unreal."
Uh, weren't both those games both software rendered to begin with? And wasn't it OpenGL that they could be used with? I know Quake at least, not sure about Unreal. But that quote makes it seem like DirectX was responsible for the games 3D visuals.

 
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News Comments > id & Valve Assets in S.T.A.L.K.E.R.?
54. Talking about religion... Apr 7, 2007, 04:21 .Drifter
 
But the JEW Lawyers will be ALL over this one right Blue?

Jack Thompson is CHRISTIAN... and I'd consider him one of the worst lawyers out there... so, is Jewish supposed to be a slur then? I'd think in this case Christian would be a worse one...

 
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News Comments > id & Valve Assets in S.T.A.L.K.E.R.?
42. Re: No subject Apr 7, 2007, 01:14 .Drifter
 
but I also have have a decent perspective on the world and and more importantly morals.

Ok, I bolded part of that to make it stand out. You have a decent perspective on morals and yet feel it is OK to steal.

Can I spend a few nights at your house for free? And can I have your VCR for free? I mean, you probably have more money than me and a bigger house than me, so it's ok right?
I mean, you have more than me so it's OK for me to take your stuff from you right?
Right?
It's only moral, since you have more.

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