There’s a Barcade on St. Marks now? Man, it’s been a while for me...I moved out of state but haven’t visited since they closed St. Marks Ale House.
has anyone noticed how each next far cry the mauin character talks lesser in each new game starting in far cry 4 ajay mostly talking during missions far cry primal takkar says like 5 different word the whole game far cry 5 he never speaks same with assassin’s creed ever since 3 the stories & characters been lesser…
Robin Hood>England>British Empire>Jamaica>Bob Marley
In Bingo, 88 is named ‘Two Fat Ladies’. But people probably complain about that too nowadays.
Why not take off the orginal panels and keep them as separate art, then put on new panels and do a new painting?
I haven’t seen the episode yet and maybe they addressed this very issue, but they typically aren’t into doing big restorations. Mike is a huge fan of keeping all the rust intact. They will likely do what it takes to get it running, but leave the bodywork largely as it is.
This is how I think it should be done. Put those in a rock museum, recreate the art on the restored vehicle, which will of course be put in a museum anyway.
I agree but GTAV simply wouldn’t had sold the numbers if it had been an online only game from the start. I am curious to see how many sales COD loses this fall with their online only experiment.
I agree with you, and the figures even make you sound like you’re underselling it:
Going by some very rough math, based on the data on an article ( https://www.videogamer.com/news/the-witcher-series-has-sold-over-33-million-copies-worldwide ) The Witcher 3 had probably sold over 20 million copies.
BotW actually sold…
Yep. I agree. Some occasional awe-inspiring spectacle would be great. It needn’t even have to be an unavoidable threat. Just a surprise bit of “Holy sh*t! Did you see that?” or “Ummm... Let’s run away very quickly.”
I’m the opposite in what I’m looking for in a game like this. I don’t really care for multiplayer, vehicles, bases, etc. I just want to explore an amazing universe full of surprises, mystery, lore and awe - and megafauna such as sandworms (or the giant ‘rhinodino’ seen crashing through the forest in one of the…
The whole reason why people were hyped about the giant sandworm is because it’s so impressive. If it then turned out to be as resilient as wet toiletpaper? Well, you can probably predict the average community response.
I was hoping for a broadening/fine tuning of their algorithms that generate planets and animals so we could get more varried, authored-looking landscapes.
Every single time I read the codex in Mass Effect Andromeda I changed my screen settings to enlarge it as much as possible without putting a lot of the text off the screen. I ended up zoomed enough that I lost the last letter of a few lines.
I just started playing this game, and I’ve never touched a DA game before. I thought, okay, I’ll make sure to read all the in-game lore. LOL NOPE NOT WHEN IT LOOKS LIKE THIS AND GOES ON FOR FIFTY MORE LINES.
Adalaide Byrd scored the fight for the cow.
Out of curiosity, when have you last played DAO? I recently finished my 2nd playthrough of Inquisition and have gone back to run through both DAO and DAII. Don’t get me wrong, DAO is a wonderful game, but it’s about as tropey and predictable as it gets. Also, after the just epic lore dump that is DAI, going back to…
Very underrated band. Demis had such an awesome voice.
I liked Ben Stiller the first time I saw him, in Reality Bites. Ever since, he’s been less and less likeable.
I think I’ve really only laughed at Ben Stiller in his sketch show, and in Flirting with Disaster. He’s a decent actor but I don’t think his forte is, or should be, comedy - at least he shouldn’t make as many comedies as he’s done.