Type: Posts; User: Stevil
Well, I'd have several hours of my life back after watching the awful Utopia on Channel 4.
I like how it's only just dawning on Anita that whole millenias of human nature and genetic evolution needs to be discussed and sorted out in one lifetime, preferably hers, like she just stepped out...
You lose way more health on Hard and I'm pretty sure you collect less supplies/hold less items.
Maybe the alien is a little more aggressive with its searching, not sure, but Hard clamps down on...
Ha! I watched that the other day, unrelated to this because I was trying out new podcasts and I was reading up about Joe.
I just find that a lot of what he said wasn't ever applied, once he got in with the industry, but he makes it seem like he's doing important work at Gearbox. It's Idealism 101. I liked his writing on...
Playing ArmA 3 through Steam's Free Weekend.
Holy shit, it runs so much better than ArmA 2. I thought it was my specs letting me down when I bought 2, but nope, it's just poorly optimised compared...
Unfortunately, the biggest arse is also the most prolific. Everybody else has management/supervisor jobs or jumps around as a freelancer; all successful, but all low-key. Burch is the one that gets...
Considering the cliffhanger, the movie prequel, and the upcoming series...you ain't ever getting out of The Black Lodge.
Oh, wow, I thought you guys knew about Knutaf giving him money. I doubt it was much because, from what I saw, Byronic only makes $45 off about 15-18 Patrons.
Also, Byronic switched his account to...
Eh, there's always going to be the issue of accountabilty when it comes to handouts.
I guess, there wouldn't be so much suspicion and weariness if it wasn't for the fact we saw journalists...
Twin Peaks is not a shitty show.
Papa Niero is proud.
Except for all those people we hired after this lot. Twitter, huh? WHEW!
Niero going to town with that positive spin, huh?
Kinda reminds me of The Office, when Brent is telling his co-workers about the time Texas supported him at a gig.
May I just say, this game goes batshit insane towards the end. The first half's weird factor has nothing on the second. It's daft as fook. Mikami goes big; probably because he was sick of people...
Dear Bill Zoeker,
Were you watching Cryme Tyme with Matt & Woolie, quite recently, or did you genuinely think you could bring something fresh to 50 Cent: Blood in the Sand in the year 2014?
In the comic, and the show, bites and all that speed up the process.
It doesn't have much to do with contamination because everyone is already infected. You just get a fever and if you can combat...
Birdman and Nightcrawler are all I'm interested in.
John Wick reminds me too much of a Liam Neeson Euro-thriller. The kind he churns out, every week.
RE4 had Leon running away from a giant statue in a self-contained room. For no reason other than it looks cool.
The boulder was nothing compared to that, and it comes at a point in the game where...
The game is pretty much designed around it.
I like how, for a horror game, the shotgun isn't the crowd pleaser. It's designed to give you breathing space like the Force Gun in Dead Space.
Find the Agony Crossbow, and search around the area for supplies before tackling him. Pretty sure there's a grenade to collect outside the house, opposite the barn, maybe. He's a bit of a chump when...
It really was, followed by a terrible boss fight.
Nah, he slams into it with his shoulder.
I liked RE5.
Pretty much, which is why I gave Andy a bunch of ideas to expand it into a network of sorts.
He sent it along, but I don't have much faith in it working out because of Dtoid's impatient attitude...
Most hobbies involve money.
Unless you just so happen to steal vinyl records for a living.