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    Essentially, like notenome said, there isn't a...

    Essentially, like notenome said, there isn't a lot of documentation for them. Its up to individual departments to volunteer this information to the FBI and many don't.

    I think the general take...
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    I played through D1 on low chaos and did the...

    I played through D1 on low chaos and did the alternative endings for all of the targets, but! To me Corvo will always be the rat man from rat land.

    His finesse is an attribute of how I played him...
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    Dunwall, land where there is no sun. The...

    Dunwall, land where there is no sun.

    The aristocrat guy is Sokolov, I think. The man responsible for all the fancy tech in Dishonored. He is originally from Tyvia which is the new location?
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    I think games can do scary pretty decently. They...

    I think games can do scary pretty decently. They just can't do traditional scary very well.

    Good scary games rely a lot more on putting you in incredibly strange environments. I would call, at...
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    Corvo makes more sense being the brutish one,...

    Corvo makes more sense being the brutish one, imo. His story takes place in a much more brutish/bleak time period where the dead pile up in homes and walking down the wrong street could get you ...
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    This defense has always irked me. It just seems...

    This defense has always irked me. It just seems like arbitrary argument from authority.
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    Institutional Inertia is a wonderful thing. ...

    Institutional Inertia is a wonderful thing.



    Oddly enough I know a fair number of people who use POC, but not a single POC who uses POC.

    Generally though I question the usefulness of POC as...
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    Mobile devices, while having a gigantic install...

    Mobile devices, while having a gigantic install base, suffer from an incredibly low rate of application adoption. Something like 70% of all smartphone users don't install an application during a...
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    I think you are misunderstanding his point. ...

    I think you are misunderstanding his point.

    Most players don't care whether their magical assassin is female or male and won't think too much about it, especially when you just shove them into a...
  10. The long tail is a thing, but your initial sales...

    The long tail is a thing, but your initial sales are going to be indicative of your long term sales.

    ToT had, what, 4,000 sales including their discount sales. That wasn't enough to monetarily...
  11. At the start of the sale I put $50 in my steam...

    At the start of the sale I put $50 in my steam account. That got me:

    Metal Gear Solid 5
    Eldritch
    Metal Slug 3
    Mount Your Friends
    Starwhal
    Megabyte Punch
    Ultimate General: Gettysburg
    Verdun
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    That is a rather disingenuous take on the First...

    That is a rather disingenuous take on the First World War. As bloody as it may have been it wasn't a case of "Lets throw more bodies into the furnace, I'm getting a little cold.". It was a result of...
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    My first time playing Skyrim I refused to use...

    My first time playing Skyrim I refused to use fast travel and the map doesn't actually auto populate the cities. The first 5 or so hours were really nerve wracking and immersive. I took a left out of...
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    There is no consumer protection here at all.


    You buy a mod that only the creator has any responsibility to, and the only way he is held responsible is essentially that he will feel bad if it...
  15. In the Iran-Iraq war had a few occasions of...

    In the Iran-Iraq war had a few occasions of helicopter dogfights.

    I've personally done it in Arma a few times. Helicopters are equipped with wire guided missiles and AA missiles so they can be a...
  16. For one I haven't read his posts. Also I noticed...

    For one I haven't read his posts. Also I noticed your first comment before karaquzian said anything which is why it stuck in my mind.




    And you want people to take you seriously. Christ.
  17. You aren't quite making a blanket statement about...

    You aren't quite making a blanket statement about straight white men, but you are toeing the line pretty heavily.

    Generally speaking people aren't making blanket statements about straight white...
  18. Really though the backer is lucky their personal...

    Really though the backer is lucky their personal info isn't out there or they'd be in a world of hurt right now. The original twitterer's twitter is now private. Its like internet argument bingo.
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  19. Which is why Riot is actively trying to make LoL...

    Which is why Riot is actively trying to make LoL a worse place. Oh wait, they aren't. Surprising given that their fan base is well known for being assholes.



    Lets individually vet each of the...
  20. I don't particularly care what happens in this...

    I don't particularly care what happens in this instance, but I do think it brings up some interesting points about when we decide something is offensive and who gets to be offended.

    In this...
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    I never played BG2 or any of the classic games...

    I never played BG2 or any of the classic games PoET was based off of. I think I was in the single digits when Baldur's Gate 2 came out.

    My gut reaction is to say that Pillars doesn't look good....
  22. Holy hell. Look we've got a very nicely...

    Holy hell.

    Look we've got a very nicely written CRPG (whatever that means). The mechanics are fun and it is very nicely written, especially when you consider what video games usually put out.
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  23. So I've run into those grave stone epitaphs a few...

    So I've run into those grave stone epitaphs a few times now, and I've been trying to figure out what they are for?

    I don't recall there being a kickstarter tier with those as a reward, or am I...
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    For a while I was working with a single...

    For a while I was working with a single tank(Eder), but that just meant that in larger engagements where there were 4+ enemies he would get overrun and they would come for my squisher people.

    I...
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    My experience has been different. In the smaller...

    My experience has been different. In the smaller more inconsequential fights where I have no chance to lose what you say is true. However against tougher enemies (woods sentinels and larger...
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