I get where people are coming from worrying about salty gamers getting angry, but that is really not how 95% of the community of FFXIV acts. I’ve run through The Dancing Plague EX with about half a dozen different groups, each one wiping several times, and not once did anyone scream at someone or curse someone out for… Read more
...that expansion came from the moon!
And the manchildren can’t claim historical accuracy as an excuse to complain since Shieldmaidens may have been a thing.
That scene in the gif is likely my favorite of the entire film.
I feel like the phrase “plot hole” get overused. I realize this is a bit like screaming about Alanis Morisette’s definition of irony, but “plot hole” doesn’t mean “literally any question I have that isn’t perfectly answered to my satisfaction.” It means a logical contradiction or gap in the story. So, if Superman dies… Read more
I’d like a one-shot where he keeps pushing it every time there’s an emergency (Battle of NY, Sokovia), but since she’s across the universe it takes a little while for her to get to Earth, so every time she arrives the issue is already resolved
Camera angles in a movie and camera angles in a game are fundamentally different. While it’s interesting to hide information from a viewer, the viewer doesn’t have to navigate or fight in three dimensional space. It’s also obnoxious to have a zombie walking in a straight hallway towards the player who is looking in… Read more
What you said is actually a hyperbole, because there are tons of awesome non mobile games released all the time for the PC/Console gamers (2018 was a pretty great year for gaming). The industry is just expanding to new territories to capture the interest of more kinds of gamers.
That movie is a forgotten cult classic and I will kangaroo kick your head off if you disagree. Also up there with Mean Guns in the Ice T cinematic masterworks collection.
It will be staffed by elite teachers.
They’re too busy leading an IMDB ratings army against A Wrinkle in Time.
It was established the Resistance had problems with deserters, and Poe managed to leak the plan without even knowing about it. Right call or not, keeping quiet was a believable decision.
It’s really obvious that DJ learned it from Rose and Finn, who learned it from Poe. There’s no other way he could have known.
Who says Holdo didn’t? She just didn’t tell Poe and the other X-wing pilots under his command. We don’t follow her 100% of the time between her ordering him to his quarters and him having a meltdown on the bridge. It’s a tense situation, people aren’t going to say exactly what they need to.
Also the point of Poe’s… Read more
If we could only harvest the goddamn fanboy whining about The Last Jedi, we’d power the world. Perhaps with a wind turbine from hyperventilating about not using a scream sound effect I never noticed before.