shigmiya
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shigmiya
Oct 19
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This game isn’t real, I’m sure I dreamed it, and posts like this only serve to reinforce my belief.

Oct 19
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I had to 100% all three PS2 GTAs twice each. GTA3 and San Andreas were because I accidentally overwrote the save game; Vice City was because I had done everything else when the game glitched and refused to count one of the stunt jumps as completed.

Oct 14
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Honestly, I don’t think I trust the Dark Souls community to make a fun, balanced challenge.

Oct 8
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I can’t think of a single person who’d understand the unbearable weight of massive talent better than Nicolas Cage.

Oct 6
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China doesn’t have an open internet where people can find out why the government might be censoring these things, so it doesn’t matter.

Sep 23
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And now you’re going to eat that drive? Let us know how it was

Sep 23
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They also, even more indirectly, announced Kirby Fighters 1 to me in particular.

Sep 9
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None of the quotes in the article say there was no bug, they just explain the ways the AI’s behavior could contribute to the impression that Civ I Gandhi loved nukes. If Sid Meier actually says in the books there is no wraparound value bug in Civ I, that’s not a quote I see in the article.

Sep 9
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I think, to clarify, nuke-happy Gandhi wasn’t really a thing the the first game. The bug maxxed-out his aggression, yes, but it didn’t give him any particular affinity for nuclear weapons. It was the subsequent games that made him so nuke-happy as a reference to the bug.

Sep 9
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My thoughts go more towards the other famous Jeff Goldblum line from that movie...

Sep 6
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I’m not mad that this original level sucks in the new remake. This is just another point in the game’s favor. The developers so accurately recreated the THPS 1+2 experience that they also recreated how badly designed and unfun Downhill Jam is and that should be applauded. Read more

Aug 28
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Considering the crazy stuff that goes on in that franchise, “covered in Evangelion” brings to mind some disturbing imagery indeed.