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Posted 6 Mar 2014Why? It doesn't leave me alone or respect me, why should I respect it and leave it be?Leave religion out of it.
Diablo 3 for PC - Bad Design Concept for PC. Diablo 3 Port for PS3, Worked out Excellently.
The game itself is a good additional work to the main game. (according to the demo at least)
Since I wasn't big on in playing the Elder Scrolls, Skyrim was my first introduction. If I had been the type of person to make a snap judgement on it, I wouldn't be thinking about checking out Oblivion or Morrowind or Arena, or The Reboot that suppose to be coming out. (yes, a reboot don't ask).
I didn't like skyrim for the way the quests where setup. I have a rule if I can't get in the game; the why own it. It really does just boil down if you like the game you will play it and if you don't you won't. For instance I used to love playing Theme Hospital on PC, when I saw it was a buck for PS3 I grabbed it. I started a game and realized that it was a PS 1 Port. I haven't played it since.
See, this shows you've thought about it. I may not agree with you on some things, like the quality of Diablo 3, but I can agree with the sentiment. Diablo 3 was a game certainly suited for the console more than the PC. Some games just don't port well. I actually liked Diablo 3 up until I hit 60 and realized that's where it ended. And playing on (Inferno? Hell? Whatever the highest difficulty tier is) pretty much cured me of my desire to play it.
It's also a Skinner Box, but I can understand enjoying it. It has some good elements. Hell, I can understand enjoying Skyrim - what I can't understand is not being offended by Skyrim.
And since I keep referring to it, if you're not familiar with what a Skinner Box is: http://en.wikipedia....tioning_chamber
Posted 6 Mar 2014I've got 6 figures for it
Posted 6 Mar 2014lol, I tried to give the benefit of the doubt since I'm apparently a complete asshole
and I would hire that cat in a hot second
Posted 6 Mar 2014Wunderbar! I had assumed it was just locals being weird about the city's German heritage.
Posted 6 Mar 2014The door opens wide once you have experience under your belt. The degree only keeps your resume from getting thrown out immediately - some of the time. Once you have a couple years experience there are plenty of places looking for good programmers (at least in Cinci).
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