I think mellowing out and reevaluations are inevitable. In the ‘90s the general consensus among the Very Online fans was that RotK was mediocre at best, with too many Muppets and a plot that rehashed too many elements of ANH. Nowadays they seem to put it on par with the other two (if somewhat below TESB), citing how… Read more
What Rowling has said is shit. Don’t defend this bigot she has more than enough money to do it herself. If someone says awful things they should be held accountable.
It feels like sometimes folks from marginalized groups who attain a crazy amount of success - enough so that they’re essentially inoculated to hardships by money, power, fame, etc - and are able to take a far more forgiving stance on things, especially when it comes to friends. I’m thinking similarly of Ellen paling… Read more
Which doesn’t do anything to address a fall from grace narrative the person you were responding to wasn’t even advocating, nor does it do anything to address his actual point about the way in which CDPR has squandered their goodwill in the market. Read more
CDPR crunched the living shit out of their devs, blatantly lied about the base model PS4/XB1 performance, only sent out PC code for review, deliberately did not allow journalists to use ANY of their own game capture and demanded they use only pre-packaged b-roll provided by CDPR. Game drops, is a total shi… Read more
This is a great example of how a decade of hype/sales marketing can make even a mediocre game one of the biggest launches of one of the last few years. They managed to leverage all their Witcher 3 goodwill behind a marketing plan that would otherwise be dismissed as too good to be true and effectively created The… Read more
It’s put together like Frankenstein’s monster. Cobbled together really good parts with lots of crap parts.
Lets not forget that there is only 1 love interest per character and only 2 sexual encounters in the entire city. There was more action in harvest moon thb. The game is really weird with how it treats sex. There are billboards and ads everywhere, sounds through walls...but the real sexual nature of a futuristic city… Read more