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    We are talking about a Mirror's Edge sequel which...

    We are talking about a Mirror's Edge sequel which was all about 3d first person platforming. Dunno what do you want from it.
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    Eh, let us not fall into the "EA is Satan"...

    Eh, let us not fall into the "EA is Satan" narrative. Yeah, they are, heh heh, problematic and they do cause a gradual decline of acquired developers but they can still make some decent games now and...
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    Welp. Nature of large corporations. So it goes. ...

    Welp. Nature of large corporations. So it goes.

    On the positive side, some devs will inevitably gravitate to the indie sphere, making it even more awesome than it is. Any talent that was left at...
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    Yeah, with 10-sized walls one needs only a few...

    Yeah, with 10-sized walls one needs only a few mortars to keep the creeper in check, as they always aim for the most "value" and thus greatly benefit from deep creeper. The drawback is the creeper...
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    I really liked the idea the ended up in the game,...

    I really liked the idea the ended up in the game, it was deliciously ironic - a superior race wanted to prevent ai-singularity extinctions of lesser races and thus made themselves extinct by...
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    Surprised people as about it. It can build walls...

    Surprised people as about it. It can build walls and canals, thus making the creeper management easier. It can also build pillars on which you can creep (heh heh) towards an emitter and reinforce...
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    Do you mean that mission where you have to...

    Do you mean that mission where you have to survive? Yeah, it took me some time. Siege cannon, grenades and gradual retreat helped me. Also, a minigunner as a meathshield and quickly murdering some...
  8. Thread: Where's Jim?

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    I wish they also had a page detailing regular or...

    I wish they also had a page detailing regular or semi-regular collaborators. Some folks have written here for years on that basis.
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    Well, for starters there is not such thing as...

    Well, for starters there is not such thing as race except for homo sapiens. European racism gained huge prominence in the thirties in Europe, where the objects of its attention were genetically very...
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    Discrimination by ethnicity falls under "racial...

    Discrimination by ethnicity falls under "racial discrimination" as per UN as per allmighty wikipedia. Which makes sense, seeing as "race" is terribly arbitrary. For example Mexicans are "white" and...
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    If it is true, then having some fighters make a...

    If it is true, then having some fighters make a flyover around the map before jumping away ought to be all that is necessary. Not ideal, but hardly a grind.
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    I read it long, long ago but I might have read it...

    I read it long, long ago but I might have read it a few years after it came out. Can't be sure. I do not deny that it could have been great in the contemporary context, especially for people who like...
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    Heh, I never got the fascination with Battle...

    Heh, I never got the fascination with Battle Chasers back when I read it. It was good, I think, but nothing revolutionary even back in the day. I suppose it is essentially due to how delays inflated...
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    Oh please, AI almost always needs some propping...

    Oh please, AI almost always needs some propping up because they are inferior to us in so many ways, especially in strategies. If you want a non-cheating AI, play with humans.
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    That is why I dislike settings that give xp for...

    That is why I dislike settings that give xp for every kill.
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    Holy, some positive review by Alec Meer. Hah,...

    Holy, some positive review by Alec Meer.

    Hah, Gearbox, such a fun studio. So much crap and yet a few redemptions.
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    Roguelites almost always do have permadeath,...

    Roguelites almost always do have permadeath, though. Unless we are talking about different things.
  18. Yeah, you might be right. And I have also...

    Yeah, you might be right.

    And I have also derailed the thread. Apologies, shutting up now.
  19. It would be fine if Ranks resembled anything like...

    It would be fine if Ranks resembled anything like matchmaking. As it stands, you meet people with murder decks and high-dust card sets at any rank from 20 up. Yes, you can get some cheap efficient...
  20. Hearthstone is heaps of fun and I have drowned...

    Hearthstone is heaps of fun and I have drowned countless hours into it, but ultimately it suffers from the classic F2P cancer - you need to grind, pay money or have a lot of luck.
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    Of course, they didn't do anything yet. But it is far from harmless, it has a high destructive potential. Simply put, the main objective of Blizzard when tweaking the game will drift from "making the...
  22. Regardless of what we think about Blizzard (I...

    Regardless of what we think about Blizzard (I don't like them much) it is/was one of the most solid game developers in gaming history. Now it seems like they are dissolving in the f2p bullshit like...
  23. The moment solutions like that appear, the faith...

    The moment solutions like that appear, the faith in developer commitment to design disappears. I cannot trust them NOT to nudge us in the direction of the cashshop. Yes, they might not raise the...
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    This is the greatest flaw of John's opening - the...

    This is the greatest flaw of John's opening - the opening question was not clear enough. If he didn't want to spend time on a long preamble, he could have formulated it more clearly.
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    Is okay, bears have large paws.

    Is okay, bears have large paws.
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