Oh yeah, I flat out told a guy who was misusing a word he was wrong, which I did also apologize for. :)
Everything anyone, including myself, has said to day is their personal opinion. Don’t sweat it! This entire opinion piece is my opinion! If you like Uncharted you are more than welcome to like Uncharted. I’m going to call it hot garbage because I’m one person who thinks it’s hot garbage.
Why would I write that this is the greatest action adventure game of the generation and you take that to mean that a website that hired me for the weekend hates a video game?
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Fahey’s #1 fan over here. I will probably stop reading Kotaku if he stops writing at Kotaku
Hmm, did I ever once tell anyone that they were wrong for disagreeing with me? Ever?
No, every character is taller than her. All characters in the game appear to have the exact same human rig size, male and female NPCs alike. I didn’t have a good screenshot, but several of the women tower over her. It’s really weird. She appears to be the only person of this size in the game; every other person is a…
I am aware. I can relate to Geralt of Rivia better than Lara, because, despite the flat delivery, he exhibits a much broader range of emotions. He has moments of characterization like his snowball fight with Ciri. He jokes. He fights monsters. He’s supposedly not even a human, but he’s the most human character I’ve…
Lara Croft as presented in the game.
I think Tamers was on Netflix, not sure if it’s still there.
It’s not funny to show power armor and go “power armor is for pussies.” That’s not satire.
Before Friday, I had never written a headline for Kotaku. I consider my inability to write headlines my second biggest weakness, only after my inability to close essays as powerfully as I’d like.
If you go back and look at a lot of the older stuff I’ve written over time (it’s under a different account, on kotaku’s gbb tag), you can see that I’m muuuuch less hot takey when I have more than an hour or so to write an article, haha. I’m probably not the best person for writing super quick pieces, which is why I…
I love Fahey, he is a wonderful person and has written some of my favorite content on Kotaku.
A relatable woman would be awesome. This Lara felt stiff as a board to me.
Geralt’s strange because he’s got this wonderful sense of humor that’s riding underneath the surface. You’ll never have a moment where Lara gets into a snowball fight with someone. You will have that with Geralt.
I’m saying the emotional tone of the game is very one-note. “Serious” in this grammatical context would be used as a way to describe the emotion in question. Is this not correct?
You can follow everything I’ve done for the past few years on kotaku.com/tag/gbb. ;)
Sure, but in this case, articles I took a week to write are always articles I was happier than articles I did in one draft in under an hour. Every time, the pieces I spent more time on (Rogue, Duke Nukem, Horror, et) were better than the pieces I spent less time on. The Rika piece was largely good, but all I really…
I mean, it’s kind of weird to go through my entire comment history looking at my comments to see if I was really that bad and feeling like nah, most of what I said is pretty fine?