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- Joined on April 27th 2010, last online on 27 April 2017.
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Seriously i got other M for christmas and couldnt believe how good it was. My fav game of 2010. All those negative reviews and fanboys saying it was rubbish is the biggest joke ever!
i like what you had to say in the ffxiii news feed. Welcome to vgc! I look forward to reading more of your posts. I can respect anyone who can see the trash which is ffxiii. Im just dumbfounded by the people who defend it.
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Talk about what's "natural" for societies can easily fall prey to the Naturalistic Fallacy: arguing that something is superior because it is "natural". But nature doesn't interact simplistically with human beings. Being aware of what they are, and of nature, humanity is able to make decisions that other animals cannot. As a result, you cannot assume "the natural way" is better, or the unnatural...
People are either nuts, juvenile, or Sean Malstrom fanboys if they're freaking out over the mention of Link growing up in a boarding school as part of the game's backstory. If we rewind back to 2003, it'd be people going insane when they heard Link had a grandma at the start of the game and percolated wild ideas that the entire game would be nothing but Link performing fetch quests for his...
Most people I actually know who tried Red Steel II thought it was a fine game. Still a bit rough and could use a couple of tweaks to some of its concepts, but on the whole, really good. Only one I know didn't care for it, but he is someone who hates all motion controls on concept alone and only plays FPS-like games on PC. The bigger point though has little to do with the quality of the game, I...
Occupation: Part time illustrator, full time Space Dinosaur
Education: Partly cloudy.
Eye colour: Blue
Hair colour: Blonde
Zodiac sign: Capricorn
Relationship status: Partner
About Me: In Outer Space, no one can hear you squeak.