K-64 said:Ringwraith #5 said:It's the the tool of a cretin
So unless the definition of cretin has changed to mean "Wonderful person of great glory as befitting a wondrous being as K-64", I think that suffices. It's nice to have you beg for me though. Not enough people do that.
noun: cretin; plural noun: cretins
a stupid person (used as a general term of abuse).
a person who is deformed and mentally handicapped because of congenital thyroid deficiency.
K-64 said:saying I'm a bad man for doing things perfectly within the confines of the game
Well gee, am I saying that? Maybe you should read my post and see if you can find an instance of me saying that. Go ahead, quote me where I said that. Oh, that's right, you can't. Because I didn't say that. That's it, this is the last straw. I tell you to not come up with stupid arguments and you vomit out a straw man the size of ****ing Godzilla. I don't even care if you're doing it on purpose or if you're just mentally incapable of comprehending plain English. Conversation's over.K-64 said:So you're saying I have to adhere to some ridiculous code of honour or something even if it's a full-contact race? And you call me stupid?
The problem with your response is that it is refuted by the points you posted it in response to. Learn elementary logic, that's all I have to say about that. What you're doing is the conversational equivalent of ramming. I very carefully lay out my argument and you think you refute it just by saying "everyone can ram so it's fair". I'm sorry, but that doesn't refute the point I made. I already addressed that in the very post you responded to.K-64 said:So I give a proper response, and you're only reply is "no u"? Nice. Real nice.
What DLC profits? There's no paid DLC for GTA5, all the additional content they released is free. The only thing you can buy is currency, which you don't need to do because it's stupidly easy to get by grinding the last heist and there's almost nothing to buy with it anyway. I actually wouldn't mind dropping a couple of dollars to get that seaplane that's exclusive to players who own the game on both old and new systems, but sadly that's not an option.Jhessail said:Duh, that would cut into their DLC profits.
Turns out that was a complete lie. I tested it thoroughly today and you cannot in fact use the parachute as I described it. You can't use it at all during the mission. Not only does the parachute that normally spawns on the crane not spawn in the mission, you can't even use your own. It just won't open. The developers deliberately disabled it to close off the most interesting, creative, and efficient path you could have taken to the objective. It's not that they didn't put in such a path, oh no. The path already exists as a feature of the terrain the mission is set in. All that was required of the developers was to not ****ing touch anything. But no, they decided to go out of their way to close off that path. If that doesn't show complete and utter incompetence at mission design, I don't know what does.Ringwraith #5 said:There's this mission where you have to go onto a cargo ship and get a car from one of the containers on the very top, then drive it across the map while being chased by gangsters and potentially cops, right? And fair enough, there are multiple ways you can approach this. You can shoot your way through the guys on the ship and choose from several paths leading to the car, or you can climb a crane and parachute straight to the car, bypassing the bulk of the enemies. That's actually really good! That's one of the very few instances where the mission isn't a corridor shooter and where being high level and therefore having access to special equipment enables you to do the mission more efficiently.
See, that's something I just don't get. I never understood why some people derive fun from ruining other people's efforts and making them angry. If it's someone who wronged me, sure, I get that. That's revenge. But trolling some random dude on the internet that I've never even met? I just don't see the point.K-64 said:Or just enter races with them and knock them off the road. The sheer rage that they can exhibit from it can make even the worst day that bit better
You know nothing, Rabble Knight. If you knew the first thing about TES, you'd know you can't lump them together like that. Yes, one Elder Scrolls game is the most boring, uninspired RPG ever made. Another, however, is one of the most brilliant and cleverly written RPGs set in one of the most interesting worlds ever made. I'll let you figure out which is which on your own time.RabbleKnight said:The most boring, uninspired RPG series
Okay, I watched a trailer for that, and hoooooly ****. Why the **** is that not an official thing! **** history, **** Warhammer, I want this! In, y'know, like a modern engine and ****.Teofish said:Decided to check out Elder Scrolls Total War. It's made by Russians, so naturally there are some grammar problems in places. Though far less than I'd feared. And holy ballsacks is this fun! Started out as house Redoran, trying to unite Morrowind under one banner. And hoooey, round ten or so it hits 3E 427, and the ****ing Nerevarine rises! Manage to bribe him to join my side. And now he's, fittingly enough, my faction heir.
Also, Dunmer cavalry ride bloody Guars!