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Won’t have to wait until 2077. Give LA another few years...
@gamerbum: When you make silly statements, it really undermines the credibility of your argument. You can certainly enjoy the look of the game. That’s your personal preference. But to say this game looks next-gen when you have CURRENT-gen games like TLoU2 and Ghosts of Tsushima just doesn’t hold up.
Dunno, Star Wars was actually great once. Fable was...popular. I always found it rather simplistic. It was fun for a few hours, but lacked any kind of depth. The combat was simplistic. Never understood the hype. For my money, Kingdoms of Amalur did everything Fable did (as far as combat, exploration, and art direction), but better.
@PrpleTrtleBuBum: Yeah, that one was pretty rich. I don’t like dating girls with fake nails, either. I’m sure that makes me some kind of bigot.
The preposterous thing about their argument is it vests trans people with rights previously unimagined for any group in modern US history (save perhaps anti-homosexuals)—that they should have the power to dictate whom I find sexually appealing.
I’m not even a Rowling fan (mostly like her work, I like her less). However, I’m completely with her here. A certain rabid minority is just losing its mind. What the hell is controversial about stating an objective biological fact? JK didn’t put down trans people, she didn’t say they don’t have a right to live happy lives. She said biological women exist. Only in the preposterous year of 2020 can such an innocuous statement garner backlash. Get real. When “progressives” adopt such utter nonsense, they damage their own credibility and look like a joke. Stick to fighting the worthy fights, not sensationalizing non-issues.
Though it started okay, I really didn't care for "Discovery." I'm mostly pleased with "Picard." That said, Anson (and before him, Jason Isaacs) was the best thing about Discovery, and I'm looking forward to seeing where this goes.
@midna: At least the first one. It's an easy read for sci-fi and among my all-time favorite books. It'll give you a nice flavor of the Dune universe, even if you don't feel like reading all of the subsequent books. I believe the movie (two parts) is also limited to the first book.
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