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  1. Sure, fair enough, except one second of Death Stranding cutscene time is equal to 35 minutes of MGS cutscene time. The cutscenes all feel much longer and much more frequent because nothing happens and no one says anything and they go on for fucking EVER, not to mention all the cutscenes you need to skip doing basic things like going into a private room to rest, which you need to do frequently. An MGS cutscene is like a reward for dealing with the gameplay. A Death Stranding cutscene is like punishment for being dumb enough to keep playing. Hit me again, Kojima. Did I mention Death
    3 points
  2. Upvote this post if you think kk should get banned for this thread.
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  3. I feel I'm about 10 hours or so in now. While I never found the delivery stuff amazing, it was fairly serene and satisfying. I could see myself doing that for a while and enjoying it. And then the game starts to take a bat to your kneecaps every 10 steps. Constant interruptions and hassles and systems designed to make things as unpleasant as possible, and not in a fun, surprising way, just you rolling your eyes and saying "Not this shit again." The BTs are completely unfun forced stealth/action sections, every time they show up you're treated to a six and a half hour long gamep
    3 points
  4. The fact that I've only played ONE of these games (Silent Hill 2) and had little to no interest to try the others despite their fans says something about me I guess... Unlike a lot of gamers, I DON'T play games for "story" because I personally feel that videogames still haven't mastered the art of clear, nuanced storytelling just yet. Have there been games with good, if not great stories that I've loved? Yes but those games were almost always complimented by gameplay mechanics that were just as good if not better than the story they were telling. At the very least the worlds that the games too
    2 points
  5. So if I don't watch enough YouTube I'm out? I hope I get the boot!
    2 points
  6. Playing a little more, and I'm starting to think that this is the game I should be playing right now. Something is going on with my right hand (possibly some carpal tunnel issues) and it can be tough to use a gamepad for long periods. This game gives you a bunch of opportunities to put down the controller and just watch some bullshit.
    2 points
  7. Is everyone finally catching up to me and seeing that Pelosi is a weak corproate democrat who won't even support the policies of the Democratic frontrunners in the primaries? Fucking pathetic. She's such a weak leader, and she's bought by companies (hence all the praise for her "fundraising"). She drank the Kool-Aid. Edit: Corporate Democrats love to talk about "unity" when conservate Democrats are running but as soon as we have Democratic presidential progressive frontrunners suddenly Pelosi's "unity" goes out the window. Hmmmm . . . Also strange that corproate Democr
    2 points
  8. Interesting that you posted this given that this post from someone who loves the game and reviewed it pretty highly says the exact opposite. Not saying you're wrong, it's just interesting to see the different opinions and reactions people are having even amongst people who are enjoying it.
    1 point
  9. I'm not sure what the actual run times of these cutscenes are, but since they spend the majority of their screen time spinning their wheels on absolutely nothing, the relative time dilation ages me by several weeks every time I see one. Actually... 9 hours and 20 minutes, which is nearly 1/5th of the 50 hours that is Death Stranding. Just slightly shorter than watching all 3 LotR movies!
    1 point
  10. I'm not sure to what extent this entails, but this is likely a continued response to incidents like Logan Paul, where his content hurt YouTube's relationship with advertisers.
    1 point
  11. Been playing Outer Worlds... just got to the third world. Games is okay and fun sometimes, but I'm glad I got it as part of gamepass. It's basically a slightly better playing, better looking Fallout.
    1 point
  12. Tried DuckDuckGo for a couple months. It just isn’t quite there. It gets acceptable results majority of the time, terrible results when I’m looking up something specific but don’t know exactly what it is. It’s something that google really excels at.
    1 point
  13. I want to upvote, but I never upvote upvote bait. Also, Andrea.
    1 point
  14. I’m getting both games so..............yeah 🤷‍♀️ This ^ but replace screw you with fuck you and now you got something special I’m astonished and intrigued why you keep purchasing games that you know you won’t like. But hey I ain’t gonna ruin your fun.
    1 point
  15. The Metacritic user reviews have been incredible to read. As expected they're all over the place, with extreme opinions being the norm, shit like this makes me chuckle, though: REDEFINE YOUR EXPECTATION OF WHAT GOOD IS, RETOOL YOUR IDEA OF FUN, TURN ON YOUR MATURITY SWITCH AND MAYBE YOU'LL COME OUT THE OTHER SIDE WITH A BIG DICK. If this dude is astonished and intrigued by a fuckin' dude names Higgs who shows up and immediately starts talking about the god particle then I ain't gonna ruin his fun.
    1 point
  16. The biggest problem with tonight's ppv is that it didn't feel any different than any of the past few weeks of the regular Dynamite shows. And I'd hate to give Jim Cornette any praise with how much he shits on AEW, but he's right in all of his rhetoric that nothing is being built to be special in this company. None of the title matches mattered because no one built up any heat over them, and none of the regular matches felt like they meant anything because no one is saying (being allowed to say) that they're fighting for anything - revenge, pride, a chance for a title shot, etc. Which leads to
    1 point
  17. Yeah totally doesn't work that way. The ones screaming that this whole thing is a sham are the ones hell bent into turning it into one and making the general public tune out.
    1 point
  18. Ah, got it. AMD uses a different naming system for their cards. A couple of others posted their AMD GPUs in this thread. You don’t see people saying they have an AMD GPU as much because they’re not as popular in recent years compared with nVidia cards. “GTX 1080” is literally the model of the card, there’s also a 1080 Ti which is a step above a 1080, the newest ones are the 2xxx (ie: 2080), it’s not a nickname or slang for GPUs or anything, it’s what it’s actually called. ie: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01GXOWUDQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_9b3XDbHFB8FJS
    1 point
  19. The line is obviously whether you saw E.T. in theaters or at home. And probably if your favorite Land Before Time movie isn't the first one.
    1 point
  20. Its a sub 1080p gaming laptop for more graphic intensive games, it would be fine for something like Doom or Overwatch .
    1 point
  21. Send it to Utah to refill their salt lakes.
    1 point
  22. I use this every time before setting out on a delivery. I have no idea what’s the best way to carry stuff and maintaining balance
    1 point
  23. Yes he’s doing something wrong. He should be taking vodka shots in between beers.
    1 point
  24. Bobs opinion is longer than the actual game. Stopped reading at I feel...
    1 point
  25. Dems should allow Hunter to be subpoenaed, have him refuse to testify, then subpoena Ivanka.
    1 point
  26. Buncha random-ass letters and numbers that roughly translate to “get the job done”.
    1 point
  27. Holy shit I just played for six and a half hours without moving from my couch somehow... This is basically one of those goofy ass experimental, yet awesome, mid-tier PS2 games but with an insane AAA budget. I can't even tell you why or how but somehow the basic Hiking Fetch Quest Simulator gameplay loop is addictive as fuck. The terrain is highly designed in a way that really quite simulates and feels like...actual hiking. I used to hike a lot and the thought process it pushes you into feels familiar. I'm constantly scanning the environment, also oddly satisfying, and i
    1 point
  28. Means tested programs fail to imagine every possible situation a family can be in and inevitably leave benefit people the program was designed to help, especially those who aren't good at navigating complicated bureaucracy (which tend to be the ones in most need). Let's say you have a student who's parents make good money but disown their kid because he's gay and therefore refuse to fund his college, how do you come up with a policy that's not going to punish him for having shitty parents. I had a friend in college who hadn't seen her father in years, but his income blocked her ability to get
    1 point
  29. we may have officially hit peak pro wrestling with a parody promo featuring Virgil talking about breadsticks really good go home show for AEW though, nice throw everyone out there at the end brawl
    1 point
  30. The interesting part of that exchange to me was what came right before. AOC asked if she could run ads telling voters the wrong election date and Zuck said no, which seems completely out of line with the rest of his argument. His argument is that he shouldn't be in the business deciding which lies politicians get to advertise; which even if I don't agree with, I understand. But if you're going to remove some lies and not others, then you're necessarily deciding what lies are ok and which aren't. At least with something like election dates it's super easy to figure out the right date.
    1 point
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  32. Trump calls for Pelosi, Schiff and Biden to testify. How much ya wanna bet the Republican leadership echoes his demands?
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