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User Info: Terantatek

Terantatek
3 years ago#21
SchoolRumble posted...
I don't know why you're playing video games if you lookin to get lost anyway. Just go outside it's better for that sort of thing.


Who's side are you on? This is a game website. There is no outside here.
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User Info: Ch3wy

Ch3wy
3 years ago#22
lol outside.

What are we all living in the 15th century now? Why would anyone want to go outside in this day and age?
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User Info: JKatarn

JKatarn
3 years ago#23
Xeno_Predator posted...
Then you're not hating hard enough.


Yes, you need to remember these simple rules....

1.) For every game in a series, previous game(s) were/are always superior. Development teams forget how to craft compelling gameplay as time goes on. Also, said previous games are above criticism and peerless in their genre.

2.) New entries in a series must not change more than 1 or 2 elements of the previous entry, otherwise they become irredeemable crap. However, if they don't change precisely the number of elements the fanbase desires, they are also crap.

3.) Game designers/programmers have no idea what they are doing - they're obviously twiddling their thumbs/playing WoW all day. A game created by the fanbase would be far superior.
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User Info: weAREtheB0RG

weAREtheB0RG
3 years ago#24
SchoolRumble posted...
I don't know why you're playing video games if you lookin to get lost anyway. Just go outside it's better for that sort of thing.


Difference is if your lost in a video game and your tired of being lost you can just turn it off. Of your lost in real life then, well... Your just lost. Also, have you seen the show, Lost? I wouldn't want to be there in real life....
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User Info: SchoolRumble

SchoolRumble
3 years ago#25
staticxtreme5 posted...
SchoolRumble posted...
I don't know why you're playing video games if you lookin to get lost anyway. Just go outside it's better for that sort of thing.


Difference is if your lost in a video game and your tired of being lost you can just turn it off. Of your lost in real life then, well... Your just lost. Also, have you seen the show, Lost? I wouldn't want to be there in real life....


Going out into the woods for a weekend is really fun though. It'll probably take a few decades for a game to be big enough to get lost in & be fun while doing it.
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User Info: SinisterSlay

SinisterSlay
3 years ago#26
SchoolRumble posted...
staticxtreme5 posted...
SchoolRumble posted...
I don't know why you're playing video games if you lookin to get lost anyway. Just go outside it's better for that sort of thing.


Difference is if your lost in a video game and your tired of being lost you can just turn it off. Of your lost in real life then, well... Your just lost. Also, have you seen the show, Lost? I wouldn't want to be there in real life....


Going out into the woods for a weekend is really fun though. It'll probably take a few decades for a game to be big enough to get lost in & be fun while doing it.


Well if being fun wasn't a requirement, you could play daggerfall
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User Info: ShadowThaReaper

ShadowThaReaper
3 years ago#27
Who the hell is still playing Skyrim? What are you even doing?

It's not that long of a game. Is wandering around areas, that all look the same, exciting for you?

User Info: Sergei_Dukanov

Sergei_Dukanov
3 years ago#28
went back to new vegas. For some reason, skyrim was fun but bland. And plus, Joshua Graham needs my aid. Only mormon I will ever trully like.
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User Info: Orestes417

Orestes417
3 years ago#29
ShadowThaReaper posted...
Who the hell is still playing Skyrim? What are you even doing?

It's not that long of a game. Does wandering around areas, that all look the same, exciting for you?


People actually played the game? I was under the impression they were too busy with me gusta moons and anatomically correct horses to bother noticing the throwaway story
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User Info: DiviDude

DiviDude
3 years ago#30
JKatarn posted...
Yes, you need to remember these simple rules....

1.) For every game in a series, previous game(s) were/are always superior. Development teams forget how to craft compelling gameplay as time goes on. Also, said previous games are above criticism and peerless in their genre.

2.) New entries in a series must not change more than 1 or 2 elements of the previous entry, otherwise they become irredeemable crap. However, if they don't change precisely the number of elements the fanbase desires, they are also crap.

3.) Game designers/programmers have no idea what they are doing - they're obviously twiddling their thumbs/playing WoW all day. A game created by the fanbase would be far superior.


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