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    Fuck, co-pilots would make so much sense....

    Fuck, co-pilots would make so much sense. Scanning targets etc too.
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    Haha, that was totally worth watching till the...

    Haha, that was totally worth watching till the end.
  3. Rule #1: Flashbangs OP.

    Rule #1: Flashbangs OP.
  4. Of course the referendum wasn't legally binding,...

    Of course the referendum wasn't legally binding, it was a terrible idea and terribly executed, everyone felt misinformed etc, but surely the time to oppose the referendum was before it happened, not...
  5. 'Noone is allowed to change their mind'? Sorry,...

    'Noone is allowed to change their mind'? Sorry, perhaps we needed a 'no backsies' sign outside the polling booths. Or if you are referring to the MPs I point you back to my previous post vis a vis...
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    This is an interesting one that lots of...

    This is an interesting one that lots of intelligent people seem to have trouble wrapping their heads around (including myself when first taught about it, though there is no evidence that I'm...
  7. I find it really hard to understand why so many...

    I find it really hard to understand why so many people are dismissive of the idea that Brexit can and will happen. Like, before the referendum I knew people who would confidently claim that it...
  8. For some reason I got the impression Father...

    For some reason I got the impression Father disappears. Meaning he will inevitably turn up later on in some conventional plot twist.

    He was leading the baddies all along! He didn't die in the...
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    Isn't that the Ancient Greek approach? Stars...

    Isn't that the Ancient Greek approach? Stars being tiny holes in the firmament.
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    Thought this bit was good: So PoE was...

    Thought this bit was good:


    So PoE was basically copying the infinity engine formula, now they are branching out. Which seemed like the case but don't think I have heard a dev explicitly spell it...
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    Indeed. char

    Indeed. char
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    As someone that found the combat palatable but...

    As someone that found the combat palatable but not especially enjoyable, the one solution/improvement I can think of is a really robust system for programming party members. Like DA:O (well,...
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    It's funny, my brother mostly used his PSP to...

    It's funny, my brother mostly used his PSP to play emulated SNES and Playstation games. :P
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    Afaik, so long as it's a couple of generations...

    Afaik, so long as it's a couple of generations ago emulators are super undemanding. Getting them to work is sometimes trickier.

    Have a real craving to playing Wind Waker for some reason, never got...
  15. Would it really feel like going where no man has...

    Would it really feel like going where no man has gone before if you have seen all the species in previous games and know in great detail how their societies work?
  16. Nah you were bang on, in that ME1 introduced...

    Nah you were bang on, in that ME1 introduced loads of cool, out there, sci-fi ideas and the subsequent games have just refined and packaged for a broad audience, losing lots of the weirdness in the...
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    I would go with the portrait, they were gorgeous...

    I would go with the portrait, they were gorgeous in PoE.
  18. They genuinely don't give a fuck. Money money...

    They genuinely don't give a fuck. Money money money.

    Which is different to the people supporting them, who have been lied to and confused by orchestrated campaigns of climate denial. You can't...
  19. Sorry I meant giant plasma weapon of mass...

    Sorry I meant giant plasma weapon of mass destruction.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3dEW5S-8Yw
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    Sticky: Hexcells. Been playing it a bunch lately due to...

    Hexcells. Been playing it a bunch lately due to time constraints and a need to do something interesting in them.
  21. Assumed that the exo-suit was required to deal...

    Assumed that the exo-suit was required to deal with the recoil of having a rocket launcher attached to your arm.
  22. Sounds like you want what Paul Nuttall is...

    Sounds like you want what Paul Nuttall is selling.

    Seriously though, since Cameron announced the referendum it was obvious that it would require a vote in parliament to pass. It was never...
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    Considering they will fail to live up to promises...

    Considering they will fail to live up to promises of bringing back jobs, factories, pulling out of conflicts in the middle east and the rest I would be pretty worried about the xenophobia, because...
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    Apparently the 'biggest inauguration in the...

    Apparently the 'biggest inauguration in the world, ever' statement came at the behest of Trump, against advice from his advisors. Spicer was just following orders.

    Of course that still makes him...
  25. Anyone know how much money the government (ie....

    Anyone know how much money the government (ie. all of us that pay taxes) spent dragging this through the courts rather than just saying 'oh yeah, obviously parliament is the executive power in the...
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