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Jul 10 2015
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Some recommendations:

* Any of the LEGO games - They’re easy to pick up and play, children can’t really grief each other - and they incorporate a franchise the children will know and like.

* Generally, any non-violent 2-D platformers... More specifically, Mario, Rayman, (2D) Sonic and Shantae (especially Shantae since Read more

Jul 9 2015
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“...Chun-Li have barely changed since their debuts....”

Umm, She had a pretty substantial re-design in the Alpha series... And then another fairly substantial re-design in 3rd Strike. SF4 is essentially a mix/match version of her 3 previous iterations.

Jul 9 2015
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Yeah, I want to back this... But if I did and then people voted on Xbox ONE getting the game, that’d suck. Granted, that won’t happen. But I’d rather it be on PS4 than WiiU despite owning both - simply because the PS4 lifespan will be longer than WiiU’s.

Ah well, hope it hits its 1,000,000 stretch goal and that people Read more

Jul 9 2015
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This is exactly what I would love to see. Unique ‘impact’ effects that match whatever comic/style the costume is from.

This would, of course, have the ‘Pow!’ and “Whams!’... and then for good measure the Joker can make a comment about his boners.

But then you could have various sparks or light blood or whatever for Read more

Jul 8 2015
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Too expensive and ate batteries like nothing. Gameboy had the games and the long battery life. At the time, that’s what was more important.

Jul 8 2015
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I can’t wait for the No Comment: The Article: The Movie! It’s gonna make Coupon: The Movie look like Coupon: The Movie Part 2!

Jul 8 2015
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Sometimes you have to go after the parents if you actually want them to start, you know, parenting their shitty child. The kid’s obviously smart when it comes to hacking, but he’s a fucking clown when someone challenges him to justify his actions.

Jul 8 2015
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Wait... I’m a little confused. These lists are just games that appear (and have 5k+ votes) in the list of games you can vote on the MS site?

And ultimately, every Publisher response ranges from “Nothing’s Confirmed” to “We’re looking into it”?

I really hope they support a lot more obscure titles. My library is huge - Read more

Jul 7 2015
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Inside Out is a very impressive, ballsy summer blockbuster for an animated film with that kind of budget to pull off. While I didn’t think it was the most entertaining Pixar film, it’s arguably the one with the most mature and important subject matter.

Even if adults in the audience knew the general ending before the Read more

Jul 7 2015
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This is that game’s sequel... Much tighter gameplay and netcode (when it’s working) than that one. Plus, it’s PS+ on Day 1 and already had word-of-mouth going after the Betas...

So, it seems it’ll have the online community it deserves this time around!

Jul 7 2015
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I don’t even like Car games or video game sports - but this game is an absolute blast to play.

Once you get a feel for the physics and controls and can start making thoughtful shots, the game becomes extremely addictive. Every single night that I played during the Beta, I’d tell myself “Just one more match...” only to Read more

Jul 6 2015
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Daniel Tiger is so disappointing. It’s a great premise and clever way to carry on Mr. Roger’s legacy and to re-tread the years of lessons he taught.... But I agree, those sing-song reminders are often *painful*... And the songs they adapted from Mr. Rogers are almost always inferior to his version.

Jul 6 2015
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No PeeWee’s Playhouse (Currently on Netflix) or The Weird Al Show (Currently on Hulu+)? These and Yo Gabba Gabba are literally the only shows my 1 year old gets really into.

Oh, and she does like Fraggle Rock, too (1st season currently on PRIME).

Jul 6 2015
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Haha... What a lovely response. Thanks.

The comment wasn’t so much a call-out for being a fake gamer - as much as it was bringing up some perception issues. I actually love Suikoden, but I do think you push it a lot. Also, as the resident JRPG guy, I’m sometimes shocked by the holes in your experience (namely Chrono Read more

Jul 6 2015
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I feel like you only played 3 games growing up, Jason. You don’t seem all that knowledgeable of games of the past (even the still-popular cult classics)- and you use every opportunity to bring up Suikoden - which seems to be the basis of your supposed love of JRPGs as a genre. There doesn’t seem to be a lot of range Read more

Jul 6 2015
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I would be wrong in what? That relative few positions are “permanent” staff at a developer?

Um. Okay.

Or I was wrong to think that you might not know..?


Jul 6 2015
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> Reprimand seems fair if you’re permanent staff.

I don’t think you realize just how few of the employees are “permanent” staff at a developer... Sadly.

Jul 2 2015
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No, he trespassed in any area with sensitive information and he did so knowingly then shared the information. Read more

Jul 2 2015
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Thumbprint scanners for access to protected space seems like a pretty reasonable measure for security. Sure, he piggybacked on an employee’s ingress through security but, in Canada, I assure you the onus of security has been sufficiently met.
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Jul 2 2015
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“Um, it can be two things. Absolving the trespasser of blame/threat is silly. He didn’t accidentally stumble in. He willfully breached their security. “
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