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1786  Media / Single-Player RPGs / PSP - Phantasy Star Portable on: July 12, 2008, 09:09:33 PM
Quote from: "Blace"
So is it EXACTLY like PSU, or is there changes. If it's exactly like PSU I'm not touching it because that game sucks. PSO FTW.

I don't understand why so many PSO veterans hate PSU so much.

What exactly does PSO have that is superior (Gameplay-wise of course, because the story has been balls in the PS series for years now)? Slow and annoying targeting system? A pointless timed combo for attacks? PSU is just more of the same, but faster paced. There's absolutely not one thing I can think of that is inferior other than art direction.
1787  Media / Single-Player RPGs / PSP - Phantasy Star Portable on: July 12, 2008, 12:21:22 PM
I thought PSU was improved in every area compared to PSO...but there wern't enough improvements to justify it being such an overhyped new game.

And the plot sucks ass.
1788  Media / Single-Player RPGs / RPGs Only You've Played. on: July 12, 2008, 11:45:38 AM
Energy Breaker, an SRPG set inside the same world as Lufia. The ties are pretty loose, but I love the game regardless. This game need a remake on the DS or something. :/
1789  Media / Anime, TV, and Movies / Anime/Manga Journal on: July 11, 2008, 11:55:14 AM
And uh... Hitomi? Her voice grates on me in English.

I found Hitomi incredibly annoying regardless of who was voicing her. =P
1790  The Rest / General Discussions / McDonalds hates America. on: July 11, 2008, 11:40:02 AM
This however, is a widely reported problem, as is the actual violence.

Violence against Tibetian terrorists that attacked and killed at least 10 innocent people maybe. And then it's called a peaceful protest in every English media outlet I've read...why? But they're not really lying...they usually say something like "People died in the protest", which is vague beyond all recognition. Who died? Who attacked who? Who killed whom?

I'm not saying I'm giving huge credence to the treatment-of-athletes comment. It just makes me raise a brow, as this IS what the Soviet regime did with several of its athletes during the days of the USSR/CCCP.

I'm not doubting what the article describes, really. But it's pretty obvious that it's more than just a black-white "China's being inhumane" thing, which is what this person is trying to make it out to be.

You and I both know any well-educated person knows that Beijing 2008 is way beyond just peaceful, friendly competition...and you and I both know China alone isn't responsible for it becoming that.
1791  The Rest / General Discussions / McDonalds hates America. on: July 11, 2008, 09:52:27 AM
Quote from: "Hidoshi"
Agreed. I'm more disturbed by the footnote on athletic treatment.

The problem I have with that is twofold.

1. This is some randomguyx500 in a corner of the internet, so not only is his word not a credible source, but he also skews the information provided by the *single* source he provided. The article says that even Olympic champions have trouble with making ends meet after they retire at a visibly young age. Uh, no shit? Just because you won a gold medal doesn't really mean that you'll have anything else to contribute to society (Yang in the article admitted this himself, that he had neither the skills nor resources to pursue other things in life). It's true that China is pretty much forcing him to participate in Beijing, but it's pretty obvious from that article that he really has no other choice because he lacks education in any other area and his family is humble.

Mark Hamill made it big as Luke Skywalker, but he still had plenty of trouble coping with his acting career after that because he was unable to shake that role.

2. Source based in American newspapers and sources often skew information to demonize China. I'm not saying ROC is a good government...but the amount of bias involved in American media sources' portrayal of China is so exaggerated it's almost sickening for me to read/watch sometimes. In fact, it's not even simply bias, sometimes it's flat-out lies. Examples:

This is a picture from Nepal policeman in Katmandu visibly attacking a helpless victim. Yet obviously from the article it claims that it's a Chinese policeman attacking a helpless Tibetian. Um, okay?

Usage of stupid captions like "Heavy military presence" when those people are clearly moving someone into an ambulance. And look at their sleeves...they're not policemen or soldiers.

1792  The Rest / General Discussions / McDonalds hates America. on: July 09, 2008, 02:51:18 AM

Oh, and as a note to all you culture-retarded people that are looking far too deeply into this, consider that you have to realize what McDonald's usual slogan is in Chinese:

"wo jiu shi xihuan" (我就是喜歡), which is the Chinese version of "I'm lovin' it", is the usual slogan. They're just editing it to match the Olympic competitive air. Thus, "wo jiu shi xihuan zhongguo ying" (我就是喜歡中國贏).

There's plenty of things to complain about when it comes to China, but don't pick out fucking retarded things like this. Goddamn you people piss me off.
1793  Media / Multiplayer RPGs / Final Fantasy XI - Journal! on: July 09, 2008, 02:43:04 AM
Take a look at that. In the last 24 hours he's sold a noble's tunic, a pluto's staff, and hedgehog bomb. "Levrang" isn't known as a character to anyone I've talked to, yet he sells high-level gear every day. My brother saw him in Upper Jeuno and his title was "Adventurer," he's lvl 1. I think we've found an RMT account who steals...hmm...

There's a whole organization of RMT who are using the first names of every server. On Bahamut there's a bunch of characters named Bahxxxx, and Leviathan has Levxxx, and so on.

Hope you can get your account back, I always key-in my password now with the virtual keyboard thing they give us, and I never save my password either. Pretty sure that helps.
1794  The Rest / General Discussions / Nerd girls are sexy now, it seems. on: July 07, 2008, 10:07:39 AM
lulz ur a woman Tomara gtfo plz
1795  The Rest / General Discussions / Why do YOU game? on: July 07, 2008, 10:06:39 AM
Quote from: "D-Rider"
It's more cost effective than a cocaine habit.

Not always.
1796  Media / Multiplayer RPGs / Final Fantasy XI - Journal! on: July 07, 2008, 01:31:31 AM
Random crap.

Last week, sky had some pretty lame drops.

This week I was a bit more lucky though.

I tanked NIN/DRK for the first time, which is the first time this LS ever let me main tank something. For the most part it went pretty smooth, but our second Suzaku still had some pretty lame-o drops. :P

Random conversation time.

1797  The Rest / General Discussions / Nerd girls are sexy now, it seems. on: July 07, 2008, 01:19:34 AM
SPY GENTLEMEN, you have to be one of the biggest morons I've ever seen over the internet, and I'm sure you know how much weight that carries. Granted though, that in same ways I can appreciate your intellect because you are probably one of the best veiled trolls I've ever seen. Aside from your thinly veiled ad hominem through your dumb-ass internet persona that is on the level of camp in The Tick superhero Carpeted Man, most of your "logical" arguments might as well be all the same provided by Stainmaster.

Why do girl gamers make a point that they're girls? Because they have boobs, that's why. If you play any MMORPG and call some girl gamer a "he" or "him" it doesn't bother me at all if they correct me and let me know that they're, in fact, girls. I'm sure you'll be perfectly comfortable with me referring to you as Mrs. Gentleman though.
1798  Media / Anime, TV, and Movies / Anime/Manga Journal on: July 01, 2008, 10:00:33 AM
Escaflowne is probably one of my top mecha anime of all time. The romance part is kind of annoying, but for what it was it's better than 90% of the shitty romance stories the Japanese can put out.
1799  Media / Anime, TV, and Movies / The Dark Knight on: July 01, 2008, 09:56:26 AM
Quote from: "Blace"
Disagree, The Matrix is a great movie.

My point wasn't that The Matrix was a bad movie (I thought it was okay), it's that people hype trailers like no tomorrow because they have fast editing and mystique around them. Here's another example: Cloverfield. Everyone was going all "omg it's godzilla", "omg it's the second coming", and the movie ended up being...okay to just being bad because it was all exposition.
1800  Media / Anime, TV, and Movies / The Dark Knight on: June 30, 2008, 11:40:41 PM

God damn, that review is terribly written. Iíve read better reviews on IGN.


The first comment on that page sums up my feelings nicely:

Man I hope this score is accurate and not just a product of the hype machine.

Seriously, The Dark Knight is one of the most hyped movies ever and it would ridiculous if it came out and it didn't get high scores. All Batman fans seem to want is anger, darkness, and stuff blowing up, and that makes a good Batman movie.

Good trailer is good. Matrix had a good trailer too, and it's not that great of a movie.
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