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Me too. And to think that I ever devoted my time to extra world information...
The Green Tea Gamer wrote:
Yes. I usually stop playing with such players.
Lord Snow wrote:
It was ok to me. But I prefer 1. Kenneth Branagh is an awesome director.
Lord Snow wrote:
Well, he just wants the kids to see dinosaurs.
Masked Maiden wrote:
Sto gets boring after a while
I've played lots of MMOs, I just love games with developed crafting systems.
The 8th Dwarf wrote:
Your manager is awesome
Juda de Kerioth wrote:
First of all, WB did the decent thing and pulled the game till they fix the problem. Second, whoever preordered it has got only themselves to blame.
There is absolutely no need for this kind of whining. If the game works as advertized on consoles, why should console players return it and stop bying it? Out of solidarity?
Boo hoo. The game came out with a crippling bug that probably wasn't detected before release (it happens), now let's cry around while they fix it and release it again in a few days.
Seriously. I thought adults behaved like adults.
People make mistakes. It's ok to point their mistakes to them. It's not ok to treat it like it's the end of the world. Don't like it? Don't buy the game. Stop telling others what to do.
Speed has nothing to do with it. We're persistence hunters. Which is terrifying I'd you think about it from the deer's perspective.
Yup, humans are freaking scary. Imagine, you're doing your thing and suddenly, there he is, looking at you. And you run away. For a while. And then you relax, and start doing your thing. And THERE HE IS AGAIN. And again. And then, when you collapse out of exhaustion, HE IS THERE AGAIN. And you're food.
A family of 5 was seated in front of me. Two girls and a boy. The youngest girl actually had to shush the older one and the boy, they just wouldn't stop talking. And they were loud. And parents just made those "I'm a bad parent, but what can I do" faces.
And yes. It is bothersome to me. I came to watch a movie not to listen to shrill whining.
If you wanna go see a movie, go early in the day. Or hire a sitter. If you can't leave your kids behind, don't go see a damn movie.
Unfortunately our movie theaters don't have any kind of policy. If you complain they look at you like you're insane.
We need professional shushers.
Soo, seen the movie. Was an enjoyable time overall.
Aside from some quibbles like most of the people in the park firmly grabbing the idiot ball and holding on for dear life, it made sense.
And the dino fight in the end. Oh man I was on the edge of my seat.
Also loved all the little nods to the old franchise.
Alex Martin wrote:
I'm fine with that. I'm like that too. Check out everything. Also loot everything :D
I just hope most of it won't be empty and pointless.
Rules wise, you're wrong. Art objects, gems and precious metals are sold at 100% price.
Peter Stewart wrote:
6/10?Do NOT watch? Dayum, tough crowd.
Actually, swords weren't made to punch through plate armor. Half-swording wasn't used to add thrust (it actually reduced it), it was used to help a man aim a 4 foot sword into a place where the opponent WASN'T armored. Like armpits and some parts of legs.
I GM much much more than I play. Mostly because, as people tell me, I'm a good GM, and they want to play at my table. And because, like Tri Omega Zero said...it's hard to let go of all that power.
Sometimes playing and not knowing anything seems so...constraining. But it can also be fun to let go of almost all responsibility and just enjoy oneself.
Aside from the fact that a samurai is slaughtering knights (yeah right), a trailer is pretty damn good.
Now I know I'm gonna be playing this baby A LOT. Also, wonderfully, made for ALL platforms, thank you Ubisoft. Also thank you for not just publishing that crappy Assassin's Creed drivel.
I wonder if multiplayer is gonna be cross-platform or that Consoles can play with each other and PC stands alone (it's understandable, but still I'd like for it to be cross-platform)