- Jul 30, 2013
- Reaction score
- Planet Claire
That guy is a beast. I jump-kicked him in the face 15 times and he just kept getting up every time. The sixteenth time, he slapped me right out of mid-air and I died. RIP bostjan.
As a kid, I had endless hours of enjoyment playing NES (256x224) on a television set from the late 1960's. Maybe part of the reason I can't get into modern video games is because they want me to use a television set I can't afford, sometimes sit through a 90 minute+ tutorial before I can play the game, and then have to be online or else the game won't even boot up single player. Maybe it's no wonder when a game like Angry Birds comes along and is extremely simple, casual players flock to them (no punk intended) in droves, not that "Assassin's God of Infinite Warfare XVII: Jedi Academy" or whatever, isn't making billions, but it just seems that I hear more complaints about these games than praise.
This is exactly the reason my gaming diet consists of Diablo 2 and Neverwinter Nights, both released in the early 2000s. I did branch out and buy Pillars of Eternity on GOG a couple years ago, it was alright.
It may be shocking for some to learn that not all of us set up our homes for the ultimate theatrical viewing experience. I know, that really gets under the skin of the 'phile types, but very few things in life live up to idealized standards.
I don't even have a TV or couch in my house. My living room=amps, stereo, plants, altar.