Jump to content

SaysWho?

Members
  • Content Count

    59,410
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    39

Everything posted by SaysWho?

  1. The countervailing force is Blue Dog Democrats to progressives.
  2. My bro just got a PS4 and he's been DYING to play Horizon, which he's enjoying right now. So I decided to send him some pics of Death Stranding since there are references to Horizon and Horizon holograms. fyi, he's kind of a smartass.
  3. One that won't get a ton of mentions but easily is for me, is all the Resogun DLC: Resogun was an addictive game in its own right. The Defenders DLC made it into one of my favorite games this gen and added so much, with so many memories co-oping the shit out of it, including with some of our D1P members. I wish I had a counter for how much time I spent with the game once the DLC released.
  4. Looking back, some of my favorite gaming memories -- and some of the favorites I've heard from others -- came from DLC. Some DLC is just really lame (I'm looking at you, Arkham games, even though the base game rocks). But this decade, we've seen: Mass Effect 2: Lair of the Shadow Broker (this seems like it came out a lifetime ago lol) Bioshock 2: Minerva's Den Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare Mass Effect 3: Citadel Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm and Legacy of the Void The Last of Us: Left Behind: Dark Souls II: Crown of the Ivory, Sunken and Iron King Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove Destiny: The Taken King Bloodborne: The Old Hunters The Witcher 3: Heart of Stone and Iron and Wine Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds: Resident Evil 7: Not a Hero Destiny 2: Forsaken Monster Hunter World: Iceborne No Man's Sky: Beyond There's been quite a bit, and some are great but not even best-of-decade since some developers really gave, in some cases, a new and really amazing experience. This is just a list of some of the notable ones, but what, for you, really impressed you?
  5. Yeah, I agree with that. They're both open-world RPGs, there are branching narratives depending on the choices you make, but the approach is completely different. But as far as something nearing its potential, what would you be looking for? I read your post as saying you were waiting for an RPG to near Skyrim's potential.
  6. I know the perspectives are different, but do you not think Witcher 3 is similar in scope and discovery? I've been of the opinion, even if it's not my favorite game from this generation, that Witcher 3 was this gen's Skyrim in that sense, though Cyberpunk may take the cake on that due to its verticality, which to me, gives a combo of a populated lively world like a GTA city with the adventure of something like Witcher or Elder Scrolls.
  7. The Sesame Street episode when Big Bird learns about death seems relevant here.
  8. Times like this, I wish we never lost the Star Trek thread I made. It was fun going through the series with y'all.
  9. What sucks is that, there's apparently a great write-up on Reddit: But the comment that everyone loves was deleted by the person who wrote it.
  10. Yeah, some people complained that Sony supported PSVR so heavily because they wanted more traditional PS4 support, but it's like damned if you do, damned if you don't since people complained when they stopped making games for the Vita. I love the support they've put in and I can't wait until Iron Man VR. For drifting, it MAY be the lighting (other sources of light affecting the Camera sensors).
  11. It warms my heart that Georgia is doing worse against LSU on neutral territory (yet still in Georgia) than Florida did at LSU when they kept in neck-and-neck until the 4th quarter. Still tons of time left, though, so UGA could strike back in the second half. Lane Kiffin is going to Ole Miss. Wonder how long he'll stay.
  12. You got this. It's a fucking blast. Once you get in the groove after the learning curve of one cell, it doesn't seem like this impossible thing. I had the seem feelings are you -- "Whoa, this is way harder," "Whoa, is this even impossible even a cell higher?" -- but if you're getting to the final boss now, then you're progressing just fine, probably even a little quicker than I did. Plus, it's just fucking fun, so as much as I wanted to completely beat the game, I was enjoying every minute getting to the end. Enjoy!
  13. Go through the no cell again to get some better shit and then go back to 1 cell.
  14. It's worth it to get the true ending just because there's a lot of game and a lot of gameplay if you're trying to get to the hardest difficulty (which each difficulty changes the game).
  15. Republicans have half of the nation's governors' mansions and the Senate and the Supreme Court. There's backlash to Trump, not populism. The backlash was to your status quo. It's also why milquetoast candidates like Biden aren't handily beating Sanders or Warren and why Yang has made every debate despite being a no-name; the status quo sucks, and everyone knows it.
  16. https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/north-carolinas-new-house-map-hands-democrats-two-seats-but-it-still-leans-republican/ The kicker: Not a great map, and not the answer, but an improvement and an example of why contributing to a movement is better than one individual running for office (aka: Stacey Abram's activism is more important than her running for office).
  17. Until the "normal" capitalists understand why people are pissed, populism isn't going away. Years of being told how things just are and why something greedy is OK and why wealth hoarding is freedom has driven me away from the American center-left lane and right into eat the rich.
×
×
  • Create New...