theglaze wrote on Jun 29, 2020, 23:22:
And cheaters. Its the worst FPS to play online right now
Drath71 wrote on Jun 17, 2020, 16:29:
Cool! So a "whites only expo" is fine then, because it doesn't mean "Fuck all the other colors". Right?
Shock wrote on May 26, 2020, 22:25:
Kosumo wrote on May 23, 2020, 04:22:
Who would have thought that this could be this badly mismanaged ….
Xero wrote on Apr 3, 2020, 13:31:
Shorter game times surprised me at times but are also welcomed. With the amount of back log that it's easy to accumulate these days, where in the heck can anyone find all the time to get through and literally beat every title in their library? 6-10 hours is my perfect game time of how long a game should be. Just enough to get out before it either gets boring/repetitive or eats up too much time I can put into another one of my other games.
Yeah, 1st world problems.
Kxmode wrote on Apr 2, 2020, 23:43:
If Epic started using their money to fund a 30-day refund policy (which could work because they have the power to remove games from people's libraries), I would start buying from Epic. I'm not even kidding. Valve's refund policy sucks! GOG's is awesome but it's a DRM-free thing and they don't have a big library of big budget titles. If Epic did that THAT would be a game changer and it would attract way more consumers than freebies.
Slick wrote on Mar 14, 2020, 05:31:
Not tooting my own horn or anything, but if anyone has contacts in the entertainment industry, I really think they should hear this. They're preaching to the choir, and putting up fences to keep out anyone who might learn something about the president they normally wouldn't hear. Late night is a very accessible place for households to be awoken, where normally they only watch Fox News, they only have conservative Sinclair-owned local stations, and everyone in their town is already conservative. All of late night's good deeds summarizing the hilariously crooked deeds, actions, and words of the president end up being regressive to their cause when spiked with personal attack poison. Next time they hear the same argument about something Trump did being immoral, criminal, uncaring, or just plain wrong... they'll just flash back to the fancy New York comedian who said his kid was ugly, and they'll actively block out any further factual avenue of advance.