It was strange because the theater had a collective idea of when shit was going to happen. So we would all sit and comment during the slow parts, but when night rolled around, the theater changed their mood completely and like braced themselves for shit to go down.
But in games like MW2, with no windage or bullet drop, you can camp with any gun. I tend to see just as much campers with assault rifles (and 20/20 hawk eyes, wtf) as people with sniper rifles. I commend Flashpoint for having gravity.
By the end of the game, I was in first place by about 90 minutes. And yeah, rubberband AI (catch-up) isn't necessarily great, but companies like EA implement it so that little kids aren't bitching about how hard the game is. Because the computer might be able to catch up to you, but on the other hand, if you're in last…
Wouldn't an uncomfortable pair be more misleading? If you're wearing shoes that are two sizes too small, then conclusively, the subject will be thought to be much shorter than you actually are. That, or wear shoes of the opposite gender.
I see words envisioned from a machine One of creation, one of dreams An engine of art, such a contrast! An industrial automaton spewing forth smoke and ash and soot And from this cloud comes beauty Mass-produced, made in China, may contain small parts not suitable for young children -- beauty.
Assassin's Creed and GTAIV, definitely. Bioshock didn't interest me as much as I thought, but that might have just been because I didn't play it for long. The Reach beta was abysmal. And I couldn't get in to Project Gotham Racing or Forza. Gran Turismo was great, but the former two were just not my taste.
This. Columbine, as much as it was hyped, could have gone for a much better track record if they had placed their shots more rationally, and didn't follow pipe bomb directions from the fucking Anarchist Cookbook.