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#1 Edited by supa_badman (16714 posts) -

that's kind of fucked up tbh

although i'm sure she's being facetious and cooler heads will prevail, that notion is scary thing to entertain

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#2 Posted by supa_badman (16714 posts) -

implying normies actually give a shit about games past 'muh 8-bit'

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#3 Posted by supa_badman (16714 posts) -

@jun_aka_pekto said:
@supa_badman said:

there're no 'sides' frankly, it's big gay street party

there's not much of a bad relationship between the police and citizens of toronto, but some libs and internet activists want to act like there's problem because police have problems in southern usa.

it really is divisive and defeats the whole purpose of unity and solidarity between citizens and the police. BLM actually works against peace in this situation

Yes, there is. There's BLM's side. You have to assume many of the BLM folks also live in Toronto.

there are a few, yeah

but they are counter-productive to a city that has no large outstanding race issue plaguing it

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#4 Posted by supa_badman (16714 posts) -

@jun_aka_pekto said:
@DerekLoffin said:

Except that wasn't how or why the decision was made. There is nothing really overly political about Pride other than 'hey we exist and we're proud of it!' which yeah, some might consider political, but if we really consider such is rather silly.

It was not city or other government officials saying 'nope, can't have you there.' It wasn't the Pride group saying 'maybe we shouldn't imply support from the Police.' Instead the decision was made by the Pride group based on demands from BLM to exclude them which frankly was purely based in divisiveness.

Even the perception of taking sides is enough as it looks like from the BLM's viewpoint. The only foolproof way is to remove the "police symbol" from the gathering.

Pride will have to comply if they want to accommodate the BLM. Otherwise, each side will end up going their separate ways.

there're no 'sides' frankly, it's big gay street party

there's not much of a bad relationship between the police and citizens of toronto, but some libs and internet activists want to act like there's problem because police have problems in southern usa.

it really is divisive and defeats the whole purpose of unity and solidarity between citizens and the police. BLM actually works against peace in this situation

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#5 Posted by supa_badman (16714 posts) -

@toast_burner said:
@FireEmblem_Man said:
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@FireEmblem_Man said:
@toast_burner said:

Sex selective abortion is also very common in China.

They banned that a long time ago, since they were under a gender imbalance population

Link

Ah yes because as we all know if something is made illegal it ends forever.

Why are you trying to use China as a bastion of wisdom? They really aren't well regarded for their attitudes towards individuality.

Maybe because today's western ideals of the left lean towards a socialist state?

So we should instead idealise China?

are you dumb

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#6 Posted by supa_badman (16714 posts) -

@uninspiredcup said:
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Its dissapointing compare to HR. its second worse deus ex game after invisible wars.

The original Dues Ex is a bad game in almost every respect. It should be lauded for being innovative, but every entry after it (including Invisible War) was better.

**** you, if you can get over the hump of 'muh grafix' the original deus ex nails adventure gameplay in every respect

the level of detail in writing and npc interactions, the totally different and legitimate ways to tackle a problem and the music are all flawless

Large open fields of nothing, AI that can't see 3 feet in front of it, hits that sometimes will and sometimes won't register, extremely racist and homophobic interpretations of characters, skills that do not balance or reward properly, terrible boss fights. Terrible animations. Written by Alex Jones.

Metal Gear Solid was much better, the fact the series is now trying desperately to imitate it says it all.

"ai cant see 3 feet"

"MGS was much better"

yeah, nah man.

but in response to others, your hits was dependent on your skill level, the racist interpretations are literally products of their time and can't be helped and skills are still all very viable options but some help more than others. that's not necessarily a fault of the game's balance but rather your own playstyle and wanting some handholding on where to go and do. deus ex subverts that modern trope

the bad boss fights argument is also total bullcrap because you can technically go through the whole game without fighting absolutely anyone.

animations is a technical issue that i more or less concede

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#7 Edited by supa_badman (16714 posts) -

@uninspiredcup said:
@ghosts4ever said:

Its dissapointing compare to HR. its second worse deus ex game after invisible wars.

The original Dues Ex is a bad game in almost every respect. It should be lauded for being innovative, but every entry after it (including Invisible War) was better.

**** you, if you can get over the hump of 'muh grafix' the original deus ex nails adventure gameplay in every respect

the level of detail in writing and npc interactions, the totally different and legitimate ways to tackle a problem and the music are all flawless

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#8 Posted by supa_badman (16714 posts) -

@LostProphetFLCL said:
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@LostProphetFLCL said:

He's just jelly that the series is being taken to new heights without him.

Actually new lows would be a more appropriate way to describe Episode 7.

A Star Wars movie is not inherently good if it properly emulates the style of the original trilogy. This movie showed great actors spewing out bad lines directed by Abrams who is the most overrated director in Hollywood. This movie showed us that the corporate influence on Star Wars is more prevalent than ever.

They gave this movie the Jurassic World treatment of a reboot. It works for the Jurassic series, but that level of meta cynicism is so damaging to the world of Star Wars. Abrams instead of making a good villain out of Adam Driver (great actor), used him as a symbolism for angry Star Wars purists. I am a fan of film, never been a Star Wars guy on a specific level and this movie even failed me.

Abrams does not have to worry about Star Wars fans hating this movie like they did the prequels. He gave them what they wanted, a superficial package. Most Star Wars fans seem to be happy with these movies tactlessly pulling lines and nods from the OG trilogy.

So being one of the best selling movies of all-time breaking all sorts of records and being second-best rated movie of the series is new lows now?

LOL!

>i still believe numbers and ratings equal quality in a product! lol! XD

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#9 Edited by supa_badman (16714 posts) -

tfw you have no manly woman to hit you one more time

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#10 Posted by supa_badman (16714 posts) -

easy, find the next best thing:

drink yourself blind