KBABZ
kbabz
1/23/20
2:37 PM
45

People ruin everything. Something new pops up, is really awesome, gains traction with the casuals, still really fun, then eventually gets overwhelmed by the general population and jackasses start showing up and acting out. Goes for bars, music festivals, car shows, racing series, pickup sports, you name it.

1/21/20
8:50 PM
30

Pretty sure Torch covered this earlier today.

1/21/20
8:26 PM
47

Seriously how many times is investment capital going to invent the bus?

1/21/20
7:42 PM
4

That’s actually the first time that I see someone saying that, I’m a bit familiar with Cthullu as a pop figure, but I never read anything from him yet and I know basically nothing about Lovecraft itself so I never imagined that he hold such awful views of the world.

1/21/20
7:08 PM
67

I was asking for a friend, BTW.

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1/21/20
6:18 PM
91

This is going to make police spike strips useless, no? Also, no more shooting out tires in movies.

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1/19/20
8:27 PM
3

There are no real rules here just some loose guidelines and morals!

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1/16/20
3:10 PM
84

I honestly do not understand how anyone thought this would: 1) be an interesting retelling of DBZ; 2) be a good RPG, and C) be a good fighting game. Read more

1/15/20
11:24 AM
787

As long as someone isn’t trying to pull into the spot on the other side it is totally fine.

1/13/20
6:24 PM
13

I was at E3 last year and it suuuuucked. The West Hall was boring as all hell and really creepy with the big empty space Sony used to fill, as well as the tits and ass Japanese games in that side. Read more

1/8/20
11:07 PM
27

Hopefully the quality of the game will allay this problem for you.

1/8/20
5:27 PM
127

As soon as I read the headline I knew. Congrats and thanks for all the great comments, I always enjoy reading your comments. 

1/8/20
5:17 PM
657

I’m speechless, but with 36,895 comments, I haven’t always been speechless.  This post is the best prize ever!  Thanks so much, Andrew!

1/7/20
4:53 PM
131

It’s got two hours of battery life. Alienware reinvented the Sega Genesis Nomad for a new generation.