You know, I'm usually the last person to call a game bad, but Walking Dead: Survival Instinct is testing my patience. I can get over the sub-par graphics and less than refined gameplay, but that game makes killing zombies quite a chore. Maybe it's another case of "I'm playing it wrong and I should be using more stealth," but I wouldn't survive a minute of the zombie apocalypse if it was like that game. Here's hoping it gets better.
Judging from the reviews, you are still the last person to call the game bad. You are literally the final person in existence to weigh in and air your grievances against that game. It was a very long line.
Mind Link hasn't been posting much recently, so we're about 20 gifs short of a real Steam Thread OT.
He's concentrated his efforts on my Steam screenshots.
Oh, there's no doubt - ME3 endings lacks closure & explanation.
And that is precisely why I think it sucks.
Of course, I played ME3 before Extended Cut, not after. I've had my ME fill for sometime - so I really have no reason to hop back to ME3 to see what Extended Cut did to change the game.
I think a ME3 ALL DLC Pack or BioWare Points dropping ridiculously in a killer sale might make me change my mind on wanting to revisit ME3 soon - but, I think I might have a better chance of winning the PowerBall lottery.
ME3's ending is fine. It's not shittier than any other shitty videogame ending. Or any ending altogether. 90% of narratives don't know how to properly wrap themselves up.
I don't watch or read any game reviews. At most I'll look at Let's plays from obscure YouTubers just to see what gameplay is like.
Mooby also doesn't own a TV. Has he told you about how he doesn't own a TV?
Thankfully I've never been w/a chubby girl either. That's what made this particular instance so shocking...the girl was slim, fit. The nips were just wayyyyy out of proportion.
I have no problem with off-topic talk, but an extended tangent berating oversized nipples and overweight women has to be at least somewhat alienating to anyone of the female persuasion that wander into these parts. It just doesn't seem like a very inclusive topic of conversation and it's extremely offputting.
Yuck. EA Humble Bundle part 2. (EA bought PopCap in 2011.)
Explaining the joke loses most of the punch.