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31  Community / Off-Topic / Re: Video game news and reaction on: February 03, 2015, 10:48:01 PM
Want to watch someone show off?

Mike Tyson's Punch-out!! Game WON blindfolded
32  Community / Off-Topic / Re: Life, the World, and Everything. (Social Issues) on: February 03, 2015, 10:46:06 PM
And let's be clear, Rus: the Patriots were no slouches, but that victory was all about the Seahawks self-destructing as much as it was about Brady's impressive passing.

Oh to be sure, but you got to give that rookie credit.  I get the feeling he'd been practicing against that slant a million times, and when he saw that formation, he dived for it.  That wide receiver looked awful surprised as he was flung back.
33  Community / Off-Topic / Re: Video game news and reaction on: February 03, 2015, 07:08:54 PM
Gearbox has prettied up two of the best RTS games ever.

The Mothership is standing by.


Hiigara, home.

I loved the original Homeworld back in the day.  The campaign was great and I would put hours into skirmishes on Hyperspace Arena.

I did not care for Homeworld 2 though.  I much prefer the original.  Though, the Homeworld 2 Complex mod is interesting and adds a lot.

I notice that Homeworld: Cataclysm is not part of the pack.  Maybe because it was not made by Relic?  Not that Cataclysm was particularly good, the AI had so many problems.

Apparently the source code was lost.

This also means that Shipbreakers is officially part of the Homeworld... um... er... world.

Gearbox Would "Love" to Re-Release Homeworld: Cataclysm

Yup.  Source code was lost.
34  Community / Off-Topic / Re: Reaperwatch 2015 on: February 02, 2015, 07:23:18 PM

Monty Oum, animator of amongst other things Haloid and Red vs. Blue


WHAT?!  Shocked

...WHAT?!  Shocked

...WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT?!  Shocked

From an allergic reaction?!?!  Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked

I need to go lie down...
35  Community / Off-Topic / Re: Life, the World, and Everything. (Social Issues) on: February 01, 2015, 10:32:51 PM
Wow.
That was...like the epitome of a 3-dice Error.
Snapped, checked, could have done anything else and did it wrong.
All my Shocked, Wilson.

That said, absolutely epic game.
Maybe the most worthy Superbowl I've ever seen.
#respectknuckles to the Patriots.

SEAHAWKS use history repeats super catch.  It's super effective!

PATRIOTS use rookie in the right place at the right time.  SEAHAWKS has been defeated!

Yeah, though.  Compared to last year's "Epic Broncos Faceplant", this deserves to be call a Superbowl.

Now that that's over, Buffalo Bills for Superbowl 50!
36  Community / Off-Topic / Nations. In. SPAAAAAAAAAAAAACE on: February 01, 2015, 05:38:43 PM
So, Stars and Stripes Raynor's flavor text reads as thus:

Quote
While the United States Space Force successfully rescued their colonists from the Koprulu sector, Colonel James Raynor couldn't shake the feeling those monsters would follow them to Earth.

And the general reaction is "haha, look at that guy, all covered in the American flag and everything", in a generally friendly way.  Wink wink, nudge nudge, Team America World Police reference.

The thing its, when you think about it: how many space sci-fi settings do you know where a modern nation is a major driving force in general.  Sure, we have multinational collectives, we have expies with the serial numbers barely scratched off, and we have complete replacements.  But how many can you name off the top of your head that has America, Great Britain, Russia (in whatever form), China, etc. still going on about their independent business, only the business has spread out into outer space?

I'm willing to bet you can only use one hand to count: Aliens (United States Colonial Authority), a tabletop game based on Aliens... and I'm blanking at the moment.  Civ: BE's factions are close, since they are still regional, but they are also multinational. Halo's UNSC and Mass Effect's Alliance has the nations essentially turn over all control to this overarching collective, so they don't count.

I mean, sure, it would make sense that once humanity reaches the stars, the world will be different than it is today.  However, one thing people forget is that, while Great Britain is not nearly as powerful as it was 200 years ago, it still exists, and is still a player in the global arena.  And sure, it will probably be better for nations to pool their resources if we hope to make it to the stars, but it is possible for us to go there while still maintaining our current national identities.  Might not be likely, but its possible.

What are your thoughts on the subject?
37  Community / Off-Topic / Re: Beyond Earth (Reactions, stories, let's play setups, etc...) on: January 30, 2015, 03:10:46 AM
Should I put this here?  Well, its the same universe, so sure: Sid Meier's Starships - Firaxis Games Megapanel @ PAX South 2015
38  Community / Off-Topic / Re: Beyond Earth (Reactions, stories, let's play setups, etc...) on: January 29, 2015, 12:47:04 PM
The one inescapable criteria for birth timing is the physical ability to get the little parasite out through the bottom of the pelvis; that's why a baby's skull plates aren't fused, so the head can be squished around that problematically large brain a bit to facilitate the process. Remove that literal bottleneck via artificial womb and extending gestation time shouldn't be a particular problem
Bypass the pelvis bottleneck and up the available nutrient supply, and you could be looking at some very large and late newborns.  Which probably would work well for everyone.

At least, until situations force a more natural birthing process...  and when the fate of an entire race is at play, one can never be to sure that that won't happen.
39  Community / Off-Topic / Re: The Silver Screen: Movie News, Reviews & Reactions 2015 on: January 28, 2015, 04:59:41 PM
'Jupiter Ascending' Debuts to Muted Crowd at Sundance
40  Community / Off-Topic / Re: Video game news and reaction on: January 28, 2015, 02:52:29 AM
Five Nights at Freddy's 3 Teaser Trailer

I can not wait for Markiplier's playthrough of this one.

What?  I'm never playing them.  Tongue
41  Community / Off-Topic / Re: Video game news and reaction on: January 25, 2015, 10:16:51 PM
Was checking out Steam storefront the other day, and this interesting game was recommended for me: Halfway

Best way to describe it?  16-bit XCOM Event Horizon.  Might give it a look.
42  Community / Off-Topic / Re: The Repeat List on: January 25, 2015, 01:04:19 PM
Imagine Dragons - Gold
43  Community / Off-Topic / Re: Video game news and reaction on: January 24, 2015, 12:55:01 AM
Official Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare - Exo Zombies Gameplay Trailer

Z-Corp material?  OK, maybe not.  Tongue

Official Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare Havoc Trailer – “Randall Higgins: KillCameraman”
44  Community / Off-Topic / Re: Video game news and reaction on: January 23, 2015, 12:11:24 AM
Like I said, though, there are other ways to get gold.  Daily quests range from 200 to 800 a pop ("play 2 games as [franchise] hero" vs "Play 8 games in any mode" respectively), and leveling a hero to 5 gets you 500 gold.  Player levels also get you gold, though I will have to double check what they give you, and there's only three or four levels that actually do that.
45  Community / Off-Topic / Re: The Silver Screen: Movie News, Reviews & Reactions 2015 on: January 22, 2015, 03:14:35 PM
Simon Pegg Is Co-Writing Star Trek 3
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