Jacanuk's forum posts

#1 Posted by Jacanuk (3845 posts) -

So that means no one will ever see everything, seing how the sun will run out of fuel in 4.6 billion years

Well, considering that its procedural generated its not actually news and its only limited by the size of the hardware. Also the real problem is the content i would like to see how they deal with this.

#2 Posted by Jacanuk (3845 posts) -

@cooolio said:

@Jacanuk said:

@The_Last_Ride: Looks like you can approach your targets any way you want and in many different ways. This made me drool. One of my most anticipated games this fall

Wait so you are excited about a feature that has been a part of AC since the org. Assassins Creed but kinda forgot in AC 3 and Black Flag. I

You are a easy guy to please Ride :D

Um, I could be wrong, but while AC2 was a huge step forward in the series, I did not notice assassinations that were open in any way. I think that what what made the original seem so more open than its predecessors was the fact that you basically go tho their location with out really any help. There was even a map that you obtained right before each one that I believe had not only guard locations, but different points that allowed infiltration.

I have not played the other 2 games in the Ezio Trilogy, but 2, 3 an 4 really did stray away from the since of freedom in the series, and Unity is definitely the first to give you multiple opportunities and such a large area to create said opportunities.

If you go back and play AC 2 you will see that most targets have a few different ways to take them down, but you are right its not really amazing what options you have, but it isn't the first time in unity, they might have expanded on the feature a lot but they have always been there.

#3 Posted by Jacanuk (3845 posts) -

@Jacanuk said:

@SaintLeonidas said:

This whole situation is so fucked. Police chief in a conference just said the incident between Michael Brown and the Officer WAS NOT about the robbery at all. Officer did not know about it, and did not think Brown was a suspect. Chief also acknowledged that there is questions if the person on tape is Mike Brown. But even if it is...the tape has nothing to do with the shooting, and shouldn't have even been released. This also means that the friend's story of them only being approached by the officer because they were walking in the road is true. Clusterfuck level to 11.

Well, just because the officer didn't know about the robbery does not mean that Brown didn´t assume he did and therefore acted on that assumption.

Multiple eyewitness testimonies indicate that Brown was either running away or surrendering when the officer shot him full of bullets.

So the officer still used excessive force. Shocking as it may be to hear, the police are actually supposed to have rules about that. i.e. they aren't allowed to kill people who are surrendering or not an immediate threat.

Multiple? and one was his friend who just robbed a store with him, not to mention that we have no clue what happened up to that point where the officer drew his weapon and Brown "ran"

And i am sure that the right people will look at the incident not to mention look at the video cam cop cars have and come to the right conclusion. So if they deem it excessive force then it is of course that.

But im not going to jump on the cop-hating train just because some gangbanger who just robbed a shop says the cop was of course at fault.

#4 Edited by Jacanuk (3845 posts) -

This whole situation is so fucked. Police chief in a conference just said the incident between Michael Brown and the Officer WAS NOT about the robbery at all. Officer did not know about it, and did not think Brown was a suspect. Chief also acknowledged that there is questions if the person on tape is Mike Brown. But even if it is...the tape has nothing to do with the shooting, and shouldn't have even been released. This also means that the friend's story of them only being approached by the officer because they were walking in the road is true. Clusterfuck level to 11.

Well, just because the officer didn't know about the robbery does not mean that Brown didn´t assume he did and therefore acted on that assumption.

#5 Posted by Jacanuk (3845 posts) -

Dead Pool has always been a "meh" character to me. I don't see what all the fuss is about. He would do well as part of an ensemble or as a supporting character, but he's just not exciting enough to carry his own movie.

Come on white knight don't be so out of touch with your inner fraternity brother :D

And i strongly disagree Deadpool is one of the most colourful characters left who haven't had his own movie but deserves it.

#6 Posted by Jacanuk (3845 posts) -

@Motokid6 said:

@AutoPilotOn: I see. Hypothetically speaking though what if the cop was black? Would this topic even exist?

Highly doubt it because im sure cops who shoot and kill suspects aren't limited to just white cops. So do you remember any similar cases where the cop was black? i sure dont.

#7 Posted by Jacanuk (3845 posts) -

@xeno_ghost: Justice is for the legal system and did brown deserve to be shot and killed , well no unless he put the cop in a position where he had no other choice.

But looking at Brown´s size and the fact that he just had committed a robbery it makes it less likely that the cop didn't actually fear for his life and used what force he felt needed to secure his safety. And it certainly isn't like his "friend" and the black community wanted to portray this , some random racist cop seeing two peaceful and innocent black kids and deciding to mess them up.

#8 Posted by Jacanuk (3845 posts) -

@lostrib said:

Ryan Ryenolds should be ashamed for what they did with Dead pool in the Wolverine: Origins movie

Ehmm? what

Reynolds should be ashamed of what the directors decided to do with Deadpool? how does that make any sense.

#9 Posted by Jacanuk (3845 posts) -

@behardy24: Looks like Reynolds have watched some Jim Carry movies before this scene but its good to see him back at comedy.

Cant wait for this movie to come .

#10 Posted by Jacanuk (3845 posts) -

And here are photos of the robbery at the convenience store with a suspect who was identified as “Big Mike” Brown.

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2014/08/breaking-photos-released-of-suspect-michael-brown-robbing-store-before-shooting/

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Police in Missouri released the name Friday of the officer who shot and killed an unarmed black teenager last week, bowing to protester demands after days of violent unrest in the town of Ferguson.

The officer in the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown was identified as Darren Wilson.

http://time.com/3116794/ferguson-michael-brown-darren-wilson/

What a nice and innocent guy that Brown was. And of course he wouldn't use his size against a lone cop. Or try to resist arrest for that robbery.....

And that friend tsk tsk what a lying piece of shit, "we were just walking peacefully home" right mate.