Blue wrote on May 16, 2022, 14:34:Well this is a beautiful bit of transparency. Thanks Blue.Reckoner wrote on May 16, 2022, 14:25:Ah, my editor picked up the page's internal title to make the link, and that says season 1. Just shows this is just an edit of a previous clickbait article from last season. I probably should not have bothered with it at all.
Should be Wheel of Time season 2, not season 1.
Jivaro wrote on Jan 19, 2022, 14:05:It's depressing as shit when people die. At least when they're not people that deserve to be publicly executed.
I think it's funny how if you live long enough and you are decent to people as a celebrity....America will worship you like a god. It's so rare, we find it amazing.
Jivaro wrote on Jan 14, 2022, 23:37:It's unfortunate that it's become harder and harder each year for people to be allowed to mod at all, or have the stamina to see a vision through if mod tools are provided.
Mods are the best part of pc gaming to me, and the only reason I buy copies of games anymore.
zombiefan wrote on Feb 20, 2013, 20:11:Looks like it delayed Watchdogs by at least half a year, too. Fantastic. At least now it's obvious why the game dropped off the face of the earth for a while. Anytime this has happened in the past, a stellar-looking game ended up being a dud... Heavy Rain is still depressing.
8 cores, high-end GPU, cutting edge graphics....sounds like they're just describing what we already have on the PC.
Why buy your own car, when you can just buy theirs? Just remember to drive exactly how they tell you to, listen only to their music and make sure you always take the toll-road.
Creston wrote on Nov 22, 2012, 17:36:More than that, there's at least 517 people with the level editor in advance of the game to work on their own fanfiction scenarios (100 of which bought out the entire tier at $500/each to get their missions identified with a special icon).nin wrote on Nov 22, 2012, 13:41:
I have to wonder if even that sounds a little ambitious, based on all the stretch goals. Wouldn't be surprised if it's pushed back further.
Not that that's a bad thing. I'd rather them take their time and do it right.
Yeah, but from the sound of it things are already working pretty well, and they have the story all written and plotted out, so another 6 to 7 months should be feasible.
Dmitri_M wrote on Nov 17, 2012, 08:48:14 frames of video, according to Greece. A half second, and you're in jail for 2+ months.
I wonder exactly what these two guys got up to to make themselves so suspicious to be thrown in prison. Scaled a fence? Maybe you can get away with that in Czech Republic..