Dear Capcom: HIRE A WRITER OR TWO

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3 years ago#31
JREnvoy posted...
It doesn't matter what you personally want to know more about. Saying RE5 and RE6 aren't more story driven than RE1 is factually wrong. It has nothing to do with quality of the story or personal interest in the story.


So in other words, you have no idea how to defend your earlier statements. You were the one who started this by calling other people stupid, but you can't even begin to compose a single coherent thought on the matter.
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3 years ago#32
Because you have to be pretty stupid to not understand it.
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3 years ago#33
JREnvoy posted...
Because you have to be pretty stupid to not understand it.


Something tells me that if you were alive 600 years ago, you would have been a big proponent of the "Earth is flat" theory, with your central argument being "it's just so obvious that there's no reason to explain why."
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