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@Revl8n: Again, totally fine if you didn't like it. That's not the same as it being bad.
At this point, I'm not sure there's a single journalist out there that understands the narrative form. The Last of Us Part 2 follows the traditional narrative beat map to a tee. Maybe people didn't like it, and that's totally fine, but Naughty Dog is a narrative-oriented studio, and this is the correct way to structure a narrative-driven game.
@Brettsky128: PS2, yes. PS3, as I remember, did not orient the disk drive like that. I admit to maybe being wrong there, though.
Okay, but why isn't anybody talking about the most important part of this: which orientation makes you put the disk in backwards?
If it's standing vertically, and you put the disk in label facing right, that would mean that sitting horizontally, with the disk drive on the bottom, you'd be putting the disk in upside down. Otherwise, to ensure you're putting the disk in face up when it's sitting horizontally, you'd be putting the disk in vertically label side left... which is.... not correct in any device I've ever had.
So, which orientation is making you put the disk in incorrectly???
@mogan: There's probably some truth to that. However, I imagine there's also some psychology behind it, as well.
Interesting how you have to click pre-order three different times on Destinythegame.com before you get to a page that tells you the price.
@deviltaz35: When the online game they play every day is down and they want an immediate answer, yes. Though, most companies are starting to replace support lines with live chat.
Pour one out for all the customer service reps about to get berated by angry gamers.
@merkkrai: *rolls eyes*
@naryanrobinson: I agree. I think the main reason RE2 and RE3 remakes were so similar is that from a design standpoint, they were basically the same game, mechanically speaking. RE4 was a different beast. Thinking about the unkillable Chainsaw Guy is just thinking out loud. But tell me hearing that revving chainsaw in compromised positions wouldn't be utterly terrifying.
Use your keyboard!
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