Well yeah, he seemed light enough, but I’m fairly sure that when the shouting started, he was shaking on the inside. It’s all fun and games when you know it’s a fake call, but the police don’t, and those rifles are off safety switch I guess.
Damn. Well I gotta give it to the police, they sure did take it seriously, and entered swiftly. I bet the guy was scared shitless though, shouting and all that.
Well speaking of provocation, it was kind of building up to that for a few episodes, you gotta give them that. Besides, it’s probably the fact that it’s just her and him left that makes the two get into conflict.
Huh, makes sense, should’ve thought about that.
Can you though? My second option seemed to be to look away.
Uh, do you mean back in the day? Because no way that happened in the last 10 years.
Yea, totally a possibility.
That’s true, but point kinda stands. It will still require a ton more money to do different platforms, meaning if done on a single one, more money can be spent on improving the game itself.
Oh yeah there is. No matter the platform, it means a better looking game, and a better game overall. Look at PS3 with Uncharted, MGS 4, Last of Us. Wouldn’t have been as good if they were making those for other platforms. Besides, making this a timed exclusive surely made them a lot of money which a studio like this probably needs desperately.
Sure means a lot for me. YouTube plays 4K without issues, uTorrent downloads at 10 mbps (and uploads at same speed, which is important to me on YouTube, where I have a channel), and so do Steam and Origin, meaning I can download games faster than I used to install them off disks. It’s great.