Because it’s the military, they “have” to allow trolls in chat? This isn’t right...especially from most that are too afraid to join and serve their country in any meaningful way. Did this soldier sign up to be berated by you? Nope. Are all soldiers somehow responsible for the actions of the few that break under the… Read more
“While recognising the need to retain top executives”
This isn’t a need. It’s the biggest lie in the corporate universe, in fact.
The difference between a “top executive” and “other executives” is literally a lottery pull. The vast majority of them are staggeringly incompetent or ineffectual people that just ride… Read more
They should have just synced it up with the daily objectives. Let you spin the wheel once each day, but not have to worry about a real time 24 hour clock that constantly makes your wheel spin later and later each day, if you try to do it every day. It makes it frustrating, especially since there’s already a daily… Read more
AC III was the first AC game I didn’t finish, and it started a pretty long drought that had me mostly ignoring the AC franchise, except for Black Flag because pirate ships, until I came back to it with Odyssey (which I love). I think it was partly the protagonist being so flat and drab, and the setting just not being… Read more
AC III was bold if flawed. It introduced the naval combat, large-scale land battles, and exploration of wild environments that we kind of take for granted in the later games. In many ways Odyssey is the full realization of what AC III aspired to be.