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News Comments > Game Reviews
52. Re: Game Reviews May 29, 2017, 10:55 Beamer
 
Slick wrote on May 28, 2017, 18:32:
Beamer wrote on May 28, 2017, 12:43:
Slick wrote on May 27, 2017, 03:58:
Beamer wrote on May 26, 2017, 10:06:
Fallout was dead. Big budget isometric games are dead. You can spend all your time angry and mourning them, or you can play what's out there and enjoy it for what it is.

So you're saying that games with interesting characters, lore, world-building, fun game mechanics, satisfying puzzles, introduction to new ways to interact in a 3D space, inventive death loops, gravity puzzles, wall-walking, portals, and mind-fuckery turning a rock into a planet to explore is all dead? Says who? you?

"All games are now only about spending 30 minutes scrounging for garbage to fabricate 12 shotgun shells only to never want to use them in a fight while being bored stiff reading office e-mails and exploring nearly identical corridors in a bland spaceship until it ends. ENJOY IT FOR WHAT IT IS, THIS IS ALL WE HAVE NOW."

Give me a break.


No, I said isometric games are dead. Not sure how you got the rest of that. Fact: big budget isometric games are dead. The people who whined about Fallout 3 not being isometric were lost causes.

The rest, I have no clue where you got that from. No one had a clue what the content of F3 was back when all the whining was going on. But it's really, really weird for me to say "isometric is dead" and you to follow with all of that other stuff.

Are you serious?

You took my argument and made an analogy to Fallout.

You're saying that Prey 2017 ditching all of Prey 2006's trappings is somehow analogous to Fallout not keeping alive a dead genre (isometric POV in Fallout's case).

Okay.

I retort by using your own metaphor, to carry over to my example, that the key elements of the game in question (Prey 2006) are "obsolete".

I literally took YOUR analogy and ran with it.

Then you attempt to cockblock me because I'm not talking specifically about isometric games. I think your analogy isn't, in fact, an analogy at all, and that you possibly don't understand what an analogy is, and are quite possibly talking out of your ass.


Ugh. You missed my point. You're blinded by your love of a slightly better than mediocre game that only about 5 people were interested in a sequel of.
 
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News Comments > Game Reviews
40. Re: Game Reviews May 28, 2017, 12:43 Beamer
 
Slick wrote on May 27, 2017, 03:58:
Beamer wrote on May 26, 2017, 10:06:
Fallout was dead. Big budget isometric games are dead. You can spend all your time angry and mourning them, or you can play what's out there and enjoy it for what it is.

So you're saying that games with interesting characters, lore, world-building, fun game mechanics, satisfying puzzles, introduction to new ways to interact in a 3D space, inventive death loops, gravity puzzles, wall-walking, portals, and mind-fuckery turning a rock into a planet to explore is all dead? Says who? you?

"All games are now only about spending 30 minutes scrounging for garbage to fabricate 12 shotgun shells only to never want to use them in a fight while being bored stiff reading office e-mails and exploring nearly identical corridors in a bland spaceship until it ends. ENJOY IT FOR WHAT IT IS, THIS IS ALL WE HAVE NOW."

Give me a break.


No, I said isometric games are dead. Not sure how you got the rest of that. Fact: big budget isometric games are dead. The people who whined about Fallout 3 not being isometric were lost causes.

The rest, I have no clue where you got that from. No one had a clue what the content of F3 was back when all the whining was going on. But it's really, really weird for me to say "isometric is dead" and you to follow with all of that other stuff.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
18. Re: Morning Mobilization May 28, 2017, 12:41 Beamer
 
Scottish Martial Arts wrote on May 27, 2017, 20:14:
Personally, I think this is a solution that is more likely to prevent jaywalking: https://youtu.be/SB_0vRnkeOk

Plus, it's more fun.

When I moved to Manhattan earlier this year, it was a bit of culture shock that A) New Yorkers walk so damn fast, at least during the work week, and B) no one pays attention to pedestrian stop lights: if it's clear, you go. Trying to tell everyone their daily behavior is wrong is a difficult sell; incentivizing different, safer behavior, is probably easier. The trick with this idea would be finding a way to keep it novel, so that people continue to be entertained while waiting for the green light, even when they see it everyday.

And here I was, thinking I liked you.

Slow moving people are death.
Worse, people that don't cross when it's clear. Moving to Seattle was a culture shock for me. In Cincinnati, it bothered me, but the downtown was typically so empty it never really hit me. In Seattle, I remember one of my first days there, crossing a street with no cars in either direction, then looking back and seeing the people standing on the corner utterly shocked at how brazenly I ignored the walk sign.

In Cincinnati, though, it bothered me as a driver. Every day, on my way to work, I'd need to make a right onto a road. There'd be no cars as far as the eye can see, yet pedestrians would wait until they got the walk sign, then slowly walk. Cars would wait for them to clear, and about two cars would get to turn per light. I'd sit there some days 5 to 10 minutes, knowing the car in front can't turn on red without risking a ticket, but those pedestrians can walk because there were no cars anywhere in sight. Their unwillingness to walk was costing me quite a bit of time.

Then, of course, in Seattle, a friend of mine got a jaywalking ticket, so maybe some cops do weirdly care.

What bugs me more in NYC is the stupid cabbies that endlessly honk when the light is green, as if the person not moving is doing it because they're lazy and not because there's no way for them to make a turn without running over pedestrians who have the walk sign.
 
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News Comments > Far Cry 5 in February
70. Re: Far Cry 5 in February May 27, 2017, 11:18 Beamer
 
Kxmode wrote on May 26, 2017, 19:40:
Mordecai Walfish wrote on May 26, 2017, 15:59:
Christians not violent? What fucking bizarro world is this taking place in?

I'm Christian, and I'm not violent. I don't even own a gun.

You shouldn't stereotype. That's very intolerant.

And yet every day a Christian murders someone in America. So you're also stereotyping.

Or you're reading the word "all" where it wasn't written. Fact: Christians are violent as a whole, as are virtually all groups of man, but not all Christians are.
 
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News Comments > Far Cry 5 in February
51. Re: Far Cry 5 in February May 26, 2017, 19:25 Beamer
 
Also worth pointing out that, while the villains are Christians, so are the protagonists, so...

 
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News Comments > Far Cry 5 in February
49. Re: Far Cry 5 in February May 26, 2017, 18:35 Beamer
 
Yosemite Sam wrote on May 26, 2017, 18:00:
Heh people arguing over fairy tales, SMH. That anyone still believes in this 2000 year old shit with the vast knowledge we have accumulated is a testament to sheer ignorance.

I don't see this setting, under the FarCry formula, as being a good idea. Game looks like it would be cool as a survival type game though.

Seriously, though, Montana just elected a Congressman that believes Noah lived to be 600. Not only does he believe this, he uses it as proof that Americans shouldn't retire. We should work till we die.

I know I said it already, but upon learning this yesterday my mind literally broke.
 
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News Comments > Far Cry 5 in February
42. Re: Far Cry 5 in February May 26, 2017, 17:19 Beamer
 
Timmeh wrote on May 26, 2017, 15:37:
Beamer wrote on May 26, 2017, 12:37:
DavidM wrote on May 26, 2017, 12:23:
What a load of crap. Projecting what Muslims do daily around the world on Christians. Just yesterday Muslims in Egypt mowed down 24 Coptic Christians.

But hey its easier to smear Christians since you know they aren't violent, right?

Since when aren't Christians violent? I mean, first off, it's like no one remembers the IRA. Second off, Branch Davidians. Third off, every single abortion clinic bombing. Lastly, Cliven Bundy and his band of morons.

But I'm sorry you feel so persecuted in a country you very literally run, to the point that Montana last night elected a Congressman that believes retirement is bad because it isn't mentioned in the Bible - Noah lived to 600 (is there a dumber belief?) without retiring, so Americans shouldn't expect to be able to.

Yeah, though, so persecuted.

Oh yeah you mean the same branch dividians burned alive for doing nothing by your fellow leftists?

So in your sick deluded mind a couple of bombings.. indeed bad, but done by a lone loon type... are the same as planned parenthood evil wackos being caught on camera joking about baby eyes rolling into their laps while selling body parts.

You people are completely Fucked up in the head. Its sickening.

and you are full of crap about the guy that was just elected.

Dear lord you're a delicate one.


1) No one is saying all Christians are like this. If you watch that video and think "HEY! I'm a Christian and so are my friends and we don't do this!" then yes, you're right, you don't! This is about religious extremists! Though maybe there's a valuable lesson there for you. Probably over your head, but maybe not

2) The video you're citing was fake. Did you even watch it? Man, so you're anti-abortion, trying to say abortion is a bigger problem than abortion clinic bombings, and using a video so bad that the people who made it were charged with 15 felonies as your proof

3) Yes, a couple of "lone loon" types. WHO DO YOU THINK YOU'RE FIGHTING IN THIS GAME? A lone loon type who managed to build a cult. Not all Christians!

Again, never ceases to amaze me how those quickest to call others delicate, special, triggered snowflakes are the most delicate people out there.
 
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News Comments > Far Cry 5 in February
26. Re: Far Cry 5 in February May 26, 2017, 14:18 Beamer
 
Orogogus wrote on May 26, 2017, 14:11:
Agent-Zero wrote on May 26, 2017, 13:20:
In actual reality, the numerous Muslim invasions across Asia and the Mediterranean in the mid to late 1st millennium C.E. is probably the single biggest factor for the instigation of the "dark ages" in Europe... the idea that Rome being sacked was alone responsible is laughable at best... but again, its not "politically correct" to have this view and unfortunately attempting to recognize this usually gets you lumped in with white supremacists and so forth - so its a tricky thing, and of course there are plenty of other complications for having this view as well

I don't think modern historians acknowledge a dark age, in the sense of a benighted period of massive decline where people lived in ignorance and poverty, at all.

christianity was certainly co-opted by Rome and quickly became a tool of the state - but the original religion itself was not founded by a Warlord, and it wasnt originally designed as a philosophy of conquest - that only appeared via the political manipulations of its numerous revisionists

I don't think this matters much. People don't need a religion to go persecuting and conquering, and religion isn't going to stop them doing it, either. You can look at any indigenous minority, anywhere and from any time, and see how well any religion or philosophy has ever held back the majority from taking what they wanted. When you get a few million people, hundreds of years of religious development hasn't done much to change what they want.

Your last point is a good one. These aren't Christians, they're Christian extremists. Nearly all religious, philosophies, and beliefs have extremists. And those are who end up video game villains.
 
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News Comments > Far Cry 5 in February
23. Re: Far Cry 5 in February May 26, 2017, 13:45 Beamer
 
Actually, I suggest everyone look at David's post history. 39 posts, going back years and years, nearly all of which are whining about the treatment of Christians.


WAAAAAH! WE CONTROL THE ENTIRE UNITED STATES, IT'S SO HARD WHEN A VIDEO GAME MAKES US THE VILLAIN!
 
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News Comments > Far Cry 5 in February
22. Re: Far Cry 5 in February May 26, 2017, 13:44 Beamer
 
DavidM wrote on May 26, 2017, 13:04:
What a nothingburger response Beamer.

Did I say I was persecuted? No. I said this Ubisoft smears Christians with a Hollywood-esque view of Christianity. It could easily be any number of cults but this is what they chose.

IRA were terrorists who wanted Ireland separated from GB. Did you even see the video? Dragging women into ponds and pushing them underwater happens WHERE in Ameria? Please post the news articles.

And like I said Christianity has no directives to kill nonbelievers. But the Quran does. So your example of literally 300 people is offset with the Muslim world 1+ billion.

And believing that life sprang from rocks and mud is much more idiotic than believing someone lived 600 years ( not to mention there used to be a lunar calendar as well ).
Yes, any number of cults, the majority of which are based in Christianity. Especially in that area.

AND IT'S A VIDEO GAME! When Half Life came out, did you ask "did you play the game? Secret underground test facilities exploring other dimensions? And that happens WHERE in America? Please post the news articles."

You feel so persecuted you can't distinguish fact from fiction.
 
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News Comments > Far Cry 5 in February
14. Re: Far Cry 5 in February May 26, 2017, 12:37 Beamer
 
DavidM wrote on May 26, 2017, 12:23:
What a load of crap. Projecting what Muslims do daily around the world on Christians. Just yesterday Muslims in Egypt mowed down 24 Coptic Christians.

But hey its easier to smear Christians since you know they aren't violent, right?

Since when aren't Christians violent? I mean, first off, it's like no one remembers the IRA. Second off, Branch Davidians. Third off, every single abortion clinic bombing. Lastly, Cliven Bundy and his band of morons.

But I'm sorry you feel so persecuted in a country you very literally run, to the point that Montana last night elected a Congressman that believes retirement is bad because it isn't mentioned in the Bible - Noah lived to 600 (is there a dumber belief?) without retiring, so Americans shouldn't expect to be able to.

Yeah, though, so persecuted.
 
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News Comments > Far Cry 5 in February
12. Re: Far Cry 5 in February May 26, 2017, 11:44 Beamer
 
Looks great, except for maybe people out that way following a guy with a manbun (and wasn't Olgeird von Everec on the box art?)


Anyway, I dug FC3 and FC4 a ton, will maybe try Primal when it gets super cheap, and can't imagine disliking this. I hope they stray from or make significant changes to the formula, but even if it is just the formula I know I'd dig it. I know what I'm getting with these games enough to buy them early.
 
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News Comments > Game Reviews
27. Re: Game Reviews May 26, 2017, 10:06 Beamer
 
Quinn wrote on May 26, 2017, 04:45:


Someone else already mentioned it: the Prey IP was already dead. It diededed ages ago.

I almost mentioned this when he questioned me about HL3. I remember defending Fallout 3 for the same reason - Fallout was dead. Dead. People were furious over Fallout 3, but if they let the change blind them they'd miss out on a pretty fun game (and even better New Vegas.) But some people were so incredibly angry it was going to first person that they refused to play.

Why? Fallout was dead. Big budget isometric games are dead. You can spend all your time angry and mourning them, or you can play what's out there and enjoy it for what it is.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
21. Re: Out of the Blue May 25, 2017, 10:08 Beamer
 
Blue wrote on May 25, 2017, 07:30:
Beamer wrote on May 24, 2017, 21:30:
Blue wrote on May 24, 2017, 20:01:
Beamer wrote on May 24, 2017, 13:15:
Blue wrote on May 24, 2017, 12:24:
Beamer wrote on May 24, 2017, 11:59:
It's more like you buy a Jeep, and a year later they give you a box with new rims in it, which is yours to keep, but tell you that, in order to open the box, you need to buy a key from them.

You forgot the part where after you buy the Jeep, every 100 miles you drive they give you a free box that may have new rims in it.

Right. It could be new rims, or it could be an air freshener. Only $500 to buy the key to find out.

You seem to be missing (ignoring?) my point that they give you loot boxes for free. Not to mention they do not make you buy them, and they provide no in-game advantages. But I'm not here to tell you not to be mad if that makes you happy.

It's not really free, though, right? It's a free opportunity to spend $3. That's what gets me. The whole thing is designed to give someone who may not spend $3 a big reason to. It's stingy.

I have to apologize... I conflated your post with some complaints from another one, and made the assumption we were discussing Overwatch here, not CS:GO. Sorry about that.

Not entirely unfair, given that I'm something around 7 years behind, while similar debates are going on with Overwatch (which, from what little I gather, is pretty fair in its handouts.)

I almost went with Overwatch instead of CS:GO, but remembered I kind of hated class-based fighting in TF2, and imagine I'd be as frustrated with Overwatch. But yeah, their habit of giving you actual rewards seems fun. One of the things I liked in Quake Champions was that, while it's a grind and the rewards were meager, getting actual free rewards was kind of fun.

 
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News Comments > IO Interactive Layoffs
12. Re: IO Interactive Layoffs May 25, 2017, 00:08 Beamer
 
Jerykk wrote on May 24, 2017, 23:52:
I feel like everyone complaining about the episodic format hasn't actually played the game.

I think that's likely. People complained about the format so they didn't play the game. Nearly everyone on here I've seen that has played it loved it, but I think the format just kept people away.
 
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News Comments > Quarantine Released
3. Re: Quarantine Released May 25, 2017, 00:07 Beamer
 
Burrito of Peace wrote on May 24, 2017, 22:30:
Sadly, this is not a remake of the awesome quarantine wherein one drives a taxi cab in a murderous, dystopic future.

Yet another demo I played for at least a dozen hours, though I'd guess much more than that.

I picked up the box at least a half-dozen times at CompUSA, but always felt like the demo fit my cravings enough that I should probably buy something else. Or nothing. Usually walked out with nothing, except maybe a copy of CGW or PCG with a CD full of more demos to spend time on.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
19. Re: Out of the Blue May 24, 2017, 23:48 Beamer
 
Quboid wrote on May 24, 2017, 21:35:
Blue wrote on May 24, 2017, 20:01:
Beamer wrote on May 24, 2017, 13:15:
Blue wrote on May 24, 2017, 12:24:
Beamer wrote on May 24, 2017, 11:59:
It's more like you buy a Jeep, and a year later they give you a box with new rims in it, which is yours to keep, but tell you that, in order to open the box, you need to buy a key from them.

You forgot the part where after you buy the Jeep, every 100 miles you drive they give you a free box that may have new rims in it.

Right. It could be new rims, or it could be an air freshener. Only $500 to buy the key to find out.

You seem to be missing (ignoring?) my point that they give you loot boxes for free. Not to mention they do not make you buy them, and they provide no in-game advantages. But I'm not here to tell you not to be mad if that makes you happy.

Is there any way to get free keys? I'm not familiar with its business model but a free loot box that can only be opened if you pay $3 sounds very much like a $3 loot box.

I had to look to confirm:

In order to open a weapon case, the player requires a matching key which can be bought in-game or from someone else via the Steam Market.

The general advice seems to be just buy what you want, because otherwise it's gambling and, as with all gambling, the house wins. You'll spend $3 for a key and get a random item almost definitely worth less than a dollar in the store. Or, you can just buy what skin you want for however much it costs. From the looks of things, "factory fresh" skins are often over $8, but one that's marked up (how marked up a skin is is decided at random when it's received) sells for usually under the key price.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
17. Re: Out of the Blue May 24, 2017, 21:30 Beamer
 
Blue wrote on May 24, 2017, 20:01:
Beamer wrote on May 24, 2017, 13:15:
Blue wrote on May 24, 2017, 12:24:
Beamer wrote on May 24, 2017, 11:59:
It's more like you buy a Jeep, and a year later they give you a box with new rims in it, which is yours to keep, but tell you that, in order to open the box, you need to buy a key from them.

You forgot the part where after you buy the Jeep, every 100 miles you drive they give you a free box that may have new rims in it.

Right. It could be new rims, or it could be an air freshener. Only $500 to buy the key to find out.

You seem to be missing (ignoring?) my point that they give you loot boxes for free. Not to mention they do not make you buy them, and they provide no in-game advantages. But I'm not here to tell you not to be mad if that makes you happy.

It's not really free, though, right? It's a free opportunity to spend $3. That's what gets me. The whole thing is designed to give someone who may not spend $3 a big reason to. It's stingy.

I was also playing the Quake Champions beta prior. Every time you level up, which happens more frequently, they give you a loot box. For free. With garbage in it because the people behind the game don't seem particularly creative, but still.

That's why is mind-blowing to me. It is literally giving you an opportunity to spend money and acting like it's something you're getting. Anyway, I'm not angry, more just... amazed.
 
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14. Re: Out of the Blue May 24, 2017, 19:39 Beamer
 
Primalchrome wrote on May 24, 2017, 16:58:
Beamer wrote on May 24, 2017, 13:15:
Blue wrote on May 24, 2017, 12:24:
You forgot the part where after you buy the Jeep, every 100 miles you drive they give you a free box that may have new rims in it.

Right. It could be new rims, or it could be an air freshener. Only $500 to buy the key to find out.
Sorry guys...I still don't see the issue. As long as I don't have to store the box in my garage, I'm cool with that. Just don't buy keys. Free Will and all that... I grant you that it does hook into exploiting gambling addiction and all of the hypocrisy that goes into that vs Valve's view of CSGO gambling sites.

Note: I'm not saying the game is bad, I'm saying this aspect is ridiculous. And I'm finding it weird you need to defend it. You find it not ridiculous. It seems like you're neutral on it. Do you nitpick every game review and, even if it's a 9 out of 10, find the one complaint they had and repeatedly say you didn't find it an issue? Is there something about video gamers that it's sacreligious to say anything not 100% positive? I feel like this comes up over and over (same with certain kind of movie fans) - you either have no complaints about something or you'd better expect a fight.

But the aspect is ridiculous. I've never seen another game that makes you pay to enjoy a reward. It literally grants you something, then asks you to pay to use it. Valve has numerous psychologists on staff, and this is what they do. They're well aware many people would never pay $3 for a skin, but $3 for a mystery? A bit more tempting. Give them access to the mystery, though, then ask to pay?

It's cynical and designed to take as much money as possible. The whole game is extremely heavily monetized, to a strange extent for something they charge $20 for. Yes, you can ignore all this. Other than the one key to see what's what, I am ignoring it. But an aspect of a game you have to actively ignore, despite it constantly being in your face (and the entire home screen is dedicated to this, plus the game is constantly reminding you to buy stuff) is a negative. Maybe not a big negative, but seems like enough of one that it's odd to rush to its defense.
 
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News Comments > Game Reviews
11. Re: Game Reviews May 24, 2017, 17:35 Beamer
 
I wouldn't care if it were a good game.


Also, original Prey is nothing anyone remembered fondly prior to this Prey, when suddenly it was the best game ever and not a great demo for a super dull game.
 
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