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16-03-2012, 08:24 AM
Point taken - but surely that's exaggerating the present situation a little bit.
(In the interest of full disclosure, I have personally been in that exact situation and didn't mind it, but this is...
16-03-2012, 07:27 AM
It's not a matter of sympathy.
Imagine if I were to subscribe to RPS, and then sue John Walker for promising good games journalism and then deeply offending me with his Lydia articles (which I...
16-03-2012, 07:07 AM
Taking the discussion mildly off-topic for a moment, and setting aside how amusingly ludicrous it is (and yes, it is) that people are 'quitting gaming' and 'unsubscribing from SWTOR' over the ME3...
16-03-2012, 01:46 AM
About those relays: why can't they explode in a Reaper-wipe kind of way that's distinct from a Fallout kind of way?
I'm genuinely curious, because I never found that particularly problematic!
15-03-2012, 10:25 PM
One further comment from me - once more not intended as a put-down to anyone who doesn't like the ending. Any discussion I've offered concerns whether the ending had artistic merit, vs. whether it...
15-03-2012, 12:47 AM
Fair enough, on both counts. That said, whether the indoctrination (conspiracy?) theory is accurate or not, I do feel like there might be a deceptively longer span of time than apparent, between the...
15-03-2012, 12:02 AM
As an addendum to my Sovereign-sized post above:
I've been thinking about the indoctrination theory. If it turned out to be true, and the Catalyst scene was in fact a representation of inner...
14-03-2012, 10:53 PM
I've been following this thread after compiling my own thoughts on the ending, and thegooseking just beat me to the Hegel punch, in terms of what the choices you are given represent, and/or are...
Two further things to note, which may be useful to anyone interested in this:
1) Don't forget to forward the relevant ports. It never reminds you about it, but it makes a big difference!
Pricing is indeed a big issue.
My main attraction to OnLive (and my positive impression) concerns the technology behind it, and its effectiveness. But whether it's viable as a go-to gaming...
Following Alec's tentatively enthusiastic (sic) endorsement of OnLive, earlier, I gave it a shot.
And obviously - my optimistically un-sollipsistic rationale goes - I'm not alone in having done...
I hate it when I lose touch with RPS for a couple of days, and then when I finally get the chance to eagerly catch up with my favourite gaming site, 70% of comments in the first article I read are...
I'd forgotten about Battlefield! Probably *the* most iconic main theme of the last decade.
Edit: Back when I bought Battlefield 1942, my Pentium III really wasn't up to the challenge of actually...
Braid is indeed a contender for best - albeit non-original, IIRC -game music.
However, my favourite original game score is probably Mark Morgan's score for Torment.
For best main theme, Inon...
I'll echo the sentiment on now being 'the most golden of ages' so far, for gaming.
In terms of golden ages generally being times where accumulated prosperity and stability begin to pay off in...
I'm Renfield, and I started following RPS ca. 2007, and never stopped. Not even when Quinns phoned it in that one time, or when the comments ooze topical hatred! Edit: Though as charmingly as one can...
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