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Started by wolf39us, February 20, 2013, 01:18:22 PM

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"For the Emperor!" (said in a mocking tone)

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I am so triggered right now!

drunkenshoe

LOL The first comment under that vid:

"'Use the force, Harry.' -- Gandalf "
"science is not about building a body of known 'facts'. ıt is a method for asking awkward questions and subjecting them to a reality-check, thus avoiding the human tendency to believe whatever makes us feel good." - tp

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I knew it sounded familiar!

the_antithesis


Thank gawrd that one of the video essayist youtubers has tackled the Amico so I don't have to. It is fitting that the Amico is kind of a side tangent in the video mostly about Tommy Tallarico, former CEO of Intellivision Entertainment and a really whacky cat.

It seems like HBomberguy has used the bit of "Thought this would be a short video" a number of times. It doesn't come across as genuine anymore.

Luther Martini

"Freedom is something that dies unless it's used."  -- Hunter S. Thompson

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Blackleaf


This kind of shit is why I am apprehensive about The Elder Scrolls VI. It could be the next best thing. Or it could be released in an unplayable state, used as a vehicle for overpriced digital content, with no refunds offered for anyone who has installed the game. Def won't be pre-ordering, especially not for a super expensive deluxe edition made with the cheapest of materials.

For those who haven't watched the video, the state of Fallout 76 in its release isn't the only controversy in the video. It's just the tip of the iceberg in a list of embarrassing blunders. Makes for a hilarious video, though.
"Oh, wearisome condition of humanity,
Born under one law, to another bound;
Vainly begot, and yet forbidden vanity,
Created sick, commanded to be sound."
--Fulke Greville--

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We won't know until we know. 

Bethesda has put out a lot of games with high ambitions that didn't quite completely gel. 

Oblivion was more physics-based and "procedural" than Morrowind, but what was promised and what was delivered were two different things, and one title is liked far more than than the other.  Oblivion was reworked in Skyrim and came out much better this time, but still felt a little...lacking in some ways.  (There are reasons why Skyrim has so many mods)  In both cases, core RPG mechanics were simplified, which was disappointing.  I expect more of the same later on.

As for Fallout, Fallout 3 was by no means a bad game.  But man oh man, New Vegas blew out out of the water in many ways.  Fallout 4 was nice and certainly looked cool, but the actual gameplay was...not particularly deep or memorable.  And Fallout 76 definitely showed a lot of corner-cutting and bad design choices from the start (no NPCs in an RPG was... a choice)

Bethesda should really look inward to what made people want to play their games in the first place (player customization, roleplaying, open world with interesting things and people) and work on that first and foremost, imho.

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