It bothers me too, because what people call “laziness” is really more a case of the fact that people won’t pay more than 60 dollars for games, yet they want the time and care and envelope-pushing technical features and graphics of the games of their youth, which would cost an inflation-adjusted 130 bucks or more today.
Don’t forget “greedy” devs as well! Good lord “gamers” are such morons these days... even more so than usual.
Its been like that for a while, not just the past 10 years.
It’s so sad that an article like this has to be filled with so many “This isn’t laziness” qualifications, because gamer culture has devolved so badly into a state of “UGH LAZY GAME DEVS” idiocy in the last decade or so.
A thing you will hear the true believers say with alarming frequency is “Bernie hasn’t changed!” They seem to think this indicates consistency but what it really indicates is that he is stubborn and arrogant. Nobody wants to hear a speech about FDR. They want to know if they’re going to have health insurance. Per your…
A lot of people seem to drastically underestimate how much clumsiness they’re willing to tolerate in a paid port vs a free fan-made version.
Hope not but it’s not out of the realm of possibilities.
It seems Harris supports on Twitter are making it a mission to go after Warren for the DNA and Native American claim too.
This is just normal though. Nobody thought games were worth preserving, and before persistent internet there was no place safe to put them all. Most game companies that have been around before 2000 have lots of ‘lost’ games, and if they’re really f@#$ing lucky some employee still has a copy of the source code …
Don't. Stop. Don't. Stop. Don't. Stop...
Giving your premise some thought, that redefining racism is the current white majority’s defense against their guilt and fear of retribution, I can only think that this is a delaying tactic that will end badly. The medicine will still taste terrible, and there will be fewer to take it in the end.
I'm not a Bernie fan, and I don't agree with all his policy ideas. But it's a good speech. It also clearly sets his goal. It's fine to disagree with how to get there but he's making it plain why we need to get there.
Well, the original “economic anxiety” was the worry that the new president was going to free their “property” and thus ruin their plantation way of life (owning people, beating them, killing them, raping them, selling their own children from the rape to other plantations, etc.), so they obviously had to secede and…
Affirming a racist with your vote makes you a racist. You are complicit. Full fucking stop.
C’mon, be fair: she has to write something when Hilary isn’t leaving the house.
Not play as Zelda? But he’s the main hero of the whole series!
Like in Spirit Tracks, but much more expanded (i.e. not just confined to dungeons).
I’m guessing this means yes, or that at least Zelda figures into game mechanics, they just want to reveal it with gameplay rather than talk about it in a very spartan interview setting. There’s a lot to be said for seeing rather than reading about it and the mechanics of it could change during development.
I tried reading this the other day and ended up skimming. KK’s fetish for demonizing Pelosi sure is a weird one.