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This article, and the recent Jennifer Helper article baffle me. Editors should not alienate their readers by criticizing them. I just don't even. It seems like common sense not to criticize your readers. This article is just Kevin VanOrd, who is one of the better reviewers on Gamespot in my opinion, thrashing out against users who have been antagonizing him. He should be the bigger person and not stoop to their level.

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I hate Mass Effect 3 for the horrible writing- and I'm not just saying that because of the recent Jennifer Helper incident. I played the demo a day before all of that happened and I couldn't finish it because of how stupid the writing was. Rex saying "I'm gonna make you an honorary Krogan!" all light-heartedly in the face of extinction, Snooki saying "every war has its traitors" and other stupid fortune-cookie bullsh*t. And the worst part of the whole thing was the sappy way in which Earth's destruction was depicted. It was trying too hard to be emotionally impactful but it failed on every level.

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I just imagined a war-hardened marine frolicking around in a winter wonderland and it was funny.

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Is the writing and line delivery as awkward as the trailers make it seem? "she was hahht but wanted to be dangerous.."

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@Spahettificator I read the actual interview. She only likes those video-games because she likes the stories. My favorite part of a video-game is often the story as well, but she went on to say that her LEAST favorite part was actually playing the game, she even suggested that games implement an option to skip gameplay. I am not entirely opposed to this option in a game like L.A. Noire, but for a writer to suggest this feature seems very self-centered. The majority of effort put into making a game is done by artists, designers, and programmers. She is suggesting that they add an option so I can skip the accomplishments of countless co-workers and just experience what she and a select few other writers have done? That suggestion is just begging for a negative response.

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Hamburger Helper is the entitled one here. "I have a high ranking job at BioWare so I can say whatever negative things I want about video-games". The gaming community has a right to hate her and make hateful remarks about her as long as she has the right to insult video-games. If she does't like video games, she shouldn't work for BioWare- and if by some coincidence she ended up working for BioWare, she shouldn't be publicly announcing her distaste for video-games. I'm sure that bothers BioWare just as much as their fans. I enjoy writing too, but If by some coincidence I ended up writing for Michael Bay, I wouldn't publicly rant about how much I hate the action in action films.

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@Darnasian yes web browsing was available on the PSP but the browser wasn't as fully featured as the PS3 one. The main difference was that the PS3 browser supported video playback in various forms and was a lot faster. It was odd connecting to the PS3 to surf the web on the PSP, but it works better than browsing on the PSP... Its actually sort of similar to the technique used by the Kindle Fire when browsing the web, a good portion of the heavy-lifting is done by Amazons servers and then sent to the tablet. So browsing the web via remote play is like cloud-based browsing, except you physically own the device you are browsing with and the server.

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@Darnasian I don't fancy myself a genius, I don't know where you are getting that. When using remote play on the PSP, you are able to play music from your ps3, watch videos, and access a few applications such as the Web Browser and the Playstation store. You can also play PS1 classics via remote play. Obviously, PS3 games are blocked via remote play on the PSP because the PSP does not have the proper controls... also, It is ironic that you misspelled "genius"... juuusst saying...

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@Darnasian I was being nice. The fact of the matter is, you were claiming the Vita needs to be connected with a cable to play games via remote play even on a hacked PS3, I proved you wrong. Then you tried to claim that you had to be within a small range, and again I shot you down. Why you are still attempting to stay in an offensive position I have no clue. I was joking with you by calling you a cheeky F&*%#$ as an act of courtesy. And please stop disliking my comments and liking your own. Don't you think it looks a little suspicious that each of your comments has 1 like and each of mine has 1 dislike?

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@Darnasian lol it was an example you cheeky F%*^$#