NetHead wrote on Apr 25, 2016, 19:53:
I figured this would end up on Kickstarter, not thrilled by that but not going to dismiss it because of that.
Romero's had success and failure, so hopefully he knows how to avoid his mistakes, and keep all his bitches in check.
I think it has a chance.
Tipsy McStagger wrote on Apr 25, 2016, 12:22:Why would you play this when you can just play Overwatch?
You guys should watch this if you're on the fence about this game or don't even know what it is or think Overwatch is just going to stomp it. They aren't even the same game genre.
Cynical Brit Opinion of Battleborn
I didn't even care for the game until I watched this. It actually looks like it could be my next Team Fortress (it's not like team fortress but i sunk 10000 hours in team fortress is what I meant).
Quboid wrote on Apr 17, 2016, 14:53:Stormsinger wrote on Apr 17, 2016, 13:00:
Oh goodie...another rich, entitled prick telling those who actually -do- the work to stop bitching about long hours, poor pay and bad management.HoSpanky wrote on Apr 17, 2016, 14:03:
So, the article is St. John saying "you should totally stop complaining that you're working insane hours, and not getting paid overtime for it, or anything at all, for that matter."
No, he's saying that if you don't like working for somebody else in bad conditions for little reward, you should do something about it other than whinge impotently - "I tell these people; quit, go make great games on your own, pursue your passion".
I don't agree with what he says (no, St. John, getting "rich accidentally" isn't an adequate comparison) it's very different from him telling people to shut up and making him more money. Pretty much the direct opposite, in fact.
Julio wrote on Apr 1, 2016, 05:06:Yeah. It's not bad enough that people want to restrict what you say, now they want to restrict how you look at others. I guess thought control really is the final goal...
Now they probably want to blind every male just to be certain.
Timmeh wrote on Mar 29, 2016, 10:18:
This is what happens when you have dev staffs of thousands and need to release the same game every year to keep your mega corp alive. Next it will be Call of Duty is Wonderland or OZ.
I want the gaming industry of 15 years ago back. When game development was a lot slower and the games lasted a lot longer.
NegaDeath wrote on Mar 21, 2016, 14:46:
Was the shirt Red, Blue or Green?
Sorry couldn't help it.
On PC, not so much. Now, me and you might enjoy the voltage porn and having 7 different programs controlling the settings, but most of normal people don`t and I don`t blame them for it.