I don't understand what was so good about that game. It was a good game, I enjoyed it and it was fun while it lasted, but the way people spoke about it I was expecting something epic.
It was less about the game itself but the way it pulled everything together at the end that made it powerful. Like, it's one of the best examples of a message that can only be conveyed through this medium that exists. If you didn't finish it or missed that part, I could understand not getting it. The game itself to that point was nothing that great to me, but after that part holy shit. Real big impact on me.
LazyPiranha, on 20 December 2014 - 07:50 AM, said:
I'm not looking down on the man, I'm just pointing out that 70 million is not an insignificant amount of money even when you have billions. Dude can start buying Rembrandt and eating them for all I care.
It's not an insignificant amount for sure, but as Xbob so bluntly put it, it's important to remember he doesn't JUST have the 2 billion. He's been making ridiculous sums for years now.
If I were him I wouldn't have spent so much money on a house. To me there's diminishing returns like crazy on something like that, especially if you're not planning on having crazy parties all of the time there. That's a lot of wasted space and you could live the same quality of life essentially with a house 1/10th as expensive or less probably imo.