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zeppelin712

Really loving the 5 month old recommended links bruh. Clicked it thinking this was going to be new info.

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zeppelin712

Lmao yeah this is totally why. Not because the game was hollow boring trash.

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zeppelin712

Not sure why you wouldn't say the the name of the books your talking about. It's Dark Empire by dark horse comics, and even if it's not canon (because Disney decided it isn't) it's still a pretty great read with pretty great art. Any fans should check it out.

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This is real useful popping up as a suggested link in March 2019.

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zeppelin712

Lol years to come. No one will even be playing this in the months (or even weeks) to come. Just cut your losses and work on starfield and es6 please.

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Another ad for best buy disguised as news. I hope they paid well.

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So this entire "article" is an ad for best buy. An ad that also includes an auto play video ad at the top of the page.

What happened to you gamespot?

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"The Switch Online version of the game also allows you"

Allows you to what? Seriously, not even a proof read? Quick skim? Naw just post it. It's fine.

Between the autoplay videos at the top of EVERY page, shitty clickbait articles, and straight up laziness like half finished sentences, you really do suck nowadays gamespot.

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"But so far in Season 2, Bill is just retracing his steps. He fetched Lawrence from another bind, returned to that same little town, and has continued to act like this is all a game. To Bill, Westworld was always more real than the real world, so it makes sense that he'd continue playing exactly as he did before, even though the stakes are suddenly so high."

Did you even watch the episode? William is retracing his steps, sure. But if you say he's playing it exactly as he did before, you couldn't be further from the truth. In season 1 he was the one terrorizing the town. He killed the barkeep and Lawrence's wife to get information about the maze. This time, upon witnessing Lawrence and his wife about to be brutally exploded, he flashes back to his dead wife, and you can see he's conflicted. Ultimately he decides to save them. He didn't have to. He doesn't need Lawrence, or his wife. He would have arguably been better off staying allied with the confederados.

"If you're looking forward, you're looking in the wrong direction."

He needs to look back, to when he first entered the park and chose the white hat, and we just saw the first glimpse of it. I think you might need to watch the episode again if you think he's not developing as a character.

TLDR: I didn't mean for this to be so long and ranty. Just one example of why this article is trash. Written by someone who already decided they hate the season before they even watched it.