Revenge of Nekojin
Aspiring game developer, part time student, full time devil's advocate.
That’s probably in the eye of the beholder, I love TCG. And yes, I checked it, there was an error and I got another email with my code in it though.
Here is my sad story. I don’t particularly care about Diablo 3 RoS, but I figured I’d check my email anyway.
JOY THERE IS A HEARTHSTONE INVITE HERE
There is no code in the email. I check twitter. Yes, invites went out, but many people did not receive codes. There is no recourse at this time. Sad face.
You probably missed my original reply, so I’ll just leave it at this: I have never seen such a ridiculous, self-contradictory comment in my entire life, and I have a YT channel with several thousand subscribers.
Apparently SpaceIndaver likes reading pointless updates about other people’s lives so much that he just adds everyone on Facebook. It’s okay! They’re not really my friends! They’ll surely be interested in the fact that I woke up and had coffee today!
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse than mandatory Facebook integration, comes an entire game about using Facebook. I already cringe when someone thirty times removed from my actual social circle tries to add me, I don’t need a snarky game to tell me that Facebook is stupid.
It’s funny, because Kotaku avoided calling out Gamespot AND pointed out that the ad agency that rejected the ad is only contracted by Gamespot.
You can blame Disney for a lot of things. Copyright snafu is just one of them.
You shouldn’t need to actually connect to the Wifi through setting anything up. Just walking by McDonalds is enough for me to grab a couple streetpasses from their WiFi, usually.
No, I think excessive is the right word here.
Have the fixed the issue where the game isn’t any good yet?
Sir, breaking news. Apparently Chuck Norris may be an immortal super god.
You wouldn’t think that way if terrorists had killed your DOG!
Why isn’t this game in my PS3 right now?
It says right in the article that he bought illegal guns and bribed government officials to avoid justice for that. That’s pretty wrong, and the fact that he was apparently so blase about it indicates it’s not the first time he’d had shady dealings.
And if he loved it, he shouldn’t have driven it into a ship killing reef at night.
Not even a little bit, and I actually was in that situation myself this time last year. The car thing. I used most of my savings to buy a better car (and better insurance).
No, not even a little. If you have the means to buy a yacht like that and tool around the ocean for a year and never have to work or even pretend to work, then no, I have no sympathy for you when you drive it into a reef and sink it.
I like GoG, but that’s never going to happen.
Oh, I guess all those stories about Valve refunding people for recent big name releases that didn’t work were just that, stories.
And I’ve gotten numerous refunds from Valve for a few different reasons, so clearly it’s not a one time offer.
Way to shoot your mouth off about things you actually have no idea about.
A couple months ago I accidentally bought Magic 2013 instead of the newer Magic 2014. I both downloaded AND started (but never actually played) Magic 2013 before noticing the mistake. I contacted Steam customer service, explained what I did and asked for a credit. 2 hours later I had my 15 bucks back.
Please don’t act like Valve doesn’t have great customer service when you apparently just don’t know that it does.
Peggle 2 isn’t free-to-play. It’s not peppered with free-to-play design ideas or downloadable content (yet).
Followed shortly by the revelation that there’s only 5 Peggle masters.
I guess it was a fairly entertaining read, but I can’t find it in my heart to feel bad for a multi-millionaire for wrecking his toy.
In a less prettied up PR way to say it, the PC version is still being held back by the need to cater to console hardware.
I don’t know who or what it was, all I know is that it’s as if they went out of their way to fulfill the stereotypes of introverted social misfits who never bathed and ate only nachos and Mt. Dew.
White Wolf spawned a particular subset of gamers who were particularly…disgusting. In my experience.
So use that Rayman running game that was on Wii U.
This game is surprisingly fun, although I don’t know how much I’d play it on PC…
And here I thought the story was ‘power up your outfits and fight awesome battles with tough monsters’.
What kind? Do you just shoot other boats? Is there trading? Why would I play this over Pirates!?
Well, they’re complaining because a 15 year old game is still hard on the eyes even if you up-res it a little. I bought it anyway because FF8 is still one of my favorite RPGs and I haven’t played Chocobo World since the original PC release, when it was a free download.