Speaking seriously though, CAG doesn't have mods, it has silent executioners. You will never know what you did wrong, you'll just be silenced or banned out of the blue with no warning, and then if you make a new account to ask the mods what you did wrong, they will ban your IP.
You can email Cheapy. That's your only option, and he's either busy as , lazy as , or both, and you'll be lucky if he replies to you a week later.
That still sounds nowhere as problematic as dealing w/ Steam Support...
As a short (unexpectedly long) aside - I've been playing Remember Me (when I'm not in Warframe) a bit the past couple of days. I'm enjoying it a lot so far. I think I am about half-way through. I really enjoy the aesthetic and the way they built the world. Combat could be better, but it isn't bad.
The combo system sounds like it could be really interesting - you basically build your own combo using buttons from different 'button pools' that you unlock. I am playing with a gamepad (which works well in the game) and I can choose what I want a combo to do. If I choose X from one pool it will do more damage, from another it will heal me slightly, from another it will lower the cool-downs on my super moves, etc. Unfortunately, they determine what buttons go where & you have to conform your combo to that. For example: The first "combo" you get is X-X-X, then comes Y-X-Y-X-Y, followed by X-Y-Y-X-Y-Y. You can put whatever "type" of X or Y you want in there, but you can't make your own series of button presses up. I feel like they missed an opportunity here - the game's combat could be made easier or harder based on what the player chose to put where. If someone isn't used to brawlers, but wanted to experience the (very decent) cyberpunk neo-paris storyline they could, while more experienced players could mix it up a bit for more of a challenge. Oh, and I hate the combat music.. like... a lot.
I, also, like the fact that the main character is female - and of mixed race origins. I think this is a good step forward for the gaming community in general. Especially since the mixed-race part isn't even brought up during gameplay (at least so far). I DO have a problem with some of the taunts the bad guys have in one of the levels I've played through so far. Playing as a female character I didn't enjoy hearing "you and I are going to dance all night". I am not naive or anything, but I didn't enjoy the rape-y vibe at the beginning of Tomb Raider 2013 (even though it probably is my GotY for last year) and I don't enjoy it in this game either. I find it to be a very cheap way of eliciting emotion on the part of the player. It is also used way to often with female characters in video games. Funny how the aliens in Halo don't say things like that to Master Chief. I realize it's just a throw-away taunt, but it's is a reminder of the kind of things wrong in the real-world that I play games to get away from(and yes, I realize the fact that many of the games I play are violent, and that this doesn't really jive well with my last statement). I'll just say, if it bothers me as a male in his late 30s I can only imagine it would bother females even more.
Wow, I typed more than I expected there -
tldnr - I like the game, combat mechanics are just ok, story/world building are good.
The game is definitely worth your time if you picked it up (like me) during the winter sale, or if you happen to have gotten it free through PSPlus.
Yeah, I really dug the hell out of Remember Me.
It's definitely one of those games that the gameplay (with more skills + combos) and story gets just better & better as it goes along.
Oh - and I absolutely love the art design in this game.
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