Beamer wrote on Nov 16, 2014, 20:29:Cutter wrote on Nov 16, 2014, 18:35:
I was looking forward to this game. I was all set to buy it for Xmas. This is going to cost them a metric shit ton of sales. What happens to the company if the vast majority of backers demand their money back? Company folds then there's no game at all. Fuck if some lawsuits don't roll out from this.
We need to keep a running tally on how often Cutter claims there will be a class action lawsuit over something on the internet.
Guy loves his lawsuits.
Burrito of Peace wrote on Nov 12, 2014, 21:09:
You know what we should do?
Combine the Star Citizen and Gamergate threads in to one.
I want to watch the Internet burn.
CJ_Parker wrote on Nov 12, 2014, 21:27:Those first class trips to and from Australia aren't going to buy themselves.
I bet he was only surprised because he expected more. I'm pretty sure that
ConmanChairman Roberts was more than a little disappointed that his loyal sheeple didn't hit $62 or $63 million during his 14 hour flight.
Cpmartins wrote on Nov 5, 2014, 23:08:
Fallout 3 made a crapload of money.
Zenimax is a corporation whose only purpose is, as all corporations, to get money.
What conclusions can we take from this?
There will be a Fallout 4.
It is as inevitable as TES VI. There can't not be a Fallout 4. The only question is when. And the only people who know the answer to that particular question will not talk until they are good and ready.
Beamer wrote on Nov 5, 2014, 18:00:For the people who enjoy reading Entertainment weekly. They know the intellectual level of their readers.walrus1 wrote on Nov 5, 2014, 17:52:
EW because our readers found Entertainment Weekly too confusing.
EW because unnecessarily lengthy URLs are frustrating and annoying.
Tumbler wrote on Oct 27, 2014, 23:34:
It will be a lot of fun to see these games running on newer systems. I hope they hold up well.
Wouldn't it be awesome to see Disney give the Star Wars license to the DCS folks so they could make these games with fully functional cockpits!
Flying around in an xwing or tie fighter in the DCS world would be fucking incredible.
Loopy wrote on Oct 20, 2014, 20:26:
It's definitely different than the last iteration in the series. For what it's worth, I also skipped the vanilla game after trying the demo back in 2010.
The expansions really help since they (re)introduce religion and espionage. Plus, the expansions add tourism, trade routes, ideologies (really comprehensive social policies), and a lot more civilizations. Steam says I've put in over 170 hours since I got the game last year, so I feel I got my money's worth. But without the expansions, I would have skipped Civ V.
I'm not really sure how to address the fluidity part. Was it the 1-unit-per-tile and hexagon grid that you didn't like, or was it some other game mechanic(s)?
Loopy wrote on Oct 2, 2014, 19:07:
Looks like a few of those weapon models, like the AK, P416, and flamethrower, even came from FC3 (not a bad thing).
They also gave us a mortar! I didn't play FC2 for very long before Left 4 Dead fever set in, so hopefully the FC4 mortar is as fun as the FC2 one was reported to be.
Pigeon wrote on Sep 27, 2014, 17:15:[VG]Reagle wrote on Sep 27, 2014, 14:30:
“it may take a few years”- Hahahaha That is a good one!
Well it's going to take a lot of time and brilliant minds to come up with a way to make customers think they are being treated fairly and with respect, while still treating them like sacks of skin, fat and hair they're strip-mining for money.
NamecaF wrote on Sep 20, 2014, 23:08:HorrorScope wrote on Sep 20, 2014, 17:45:Fantaz wrote on Sep 20, 2014, 14:39:
"First iPhone 6 Sold In Australia Dropped On Live TV."
Saw that and the owner should be pissed, opened the box properly and the device just popped out.
I know, how fucking ridiculous is the packaging for it? See how thick/deep the box is and the bloody phone is just sat right on top, flush with the edge so it just slides out? LOL
Apple sure aren't trying to hide how much they despise their customers.