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Yeah, I’m just saying let’s not jump to conclusions.
Clearly he sucks for getting killed. (Who gets killed in a game? He must be terrible.) But I think, based on the quote, that she was implying a direct relationship between the two statements, comma splice be damned.
Maybe he only took issue with that one point or only has time enough to focus on it alone.
What it says when basic decency is considered a privilege is that the average experience is less than decent, or worse than neutral. It’s a sad state of affairs.
Yeah, being discriminated against can make people act erratically sometimes. Her idea that a man being bested by a woman is something unusual is not her own original idea, obviously; it’s the prevailing attitude. That’s not her fault.
So anyway, light speed? Is that how they explain it in the game? I’m genuinely curious.
And now I use my powers to end it.
Okay, the original team took “localization” too literally. Maybe it was a language barrier thing. :P
you can do a light-speed jump to anywhere in the universe.
Light speed? That’s it? So it takes several years just to go between stars in this game?
Yeah, they took “localization” too literally.
What are the odds they’ll fix this nonsense in the upcoming 3DS trilogy pack?
Jeez, you might be right, That’s ridiculous.
Hah, is that true? I’ve only played Dual Destinies, but there are very clearly Japanese historical things in the game. The case with the wrestlers takes place in a very Japanese town.
This game looks awesome. I can’t believe I hadn’t heard of it until now.