quotethe problem is that it just reads a bit too awkwardly. try something like this:The most satisfying is when Duke rips off a boss's head and shits down its neck. After having to fire enough bullets to stop herds upon herds of aliens, nothing beats using the boss' neck as a toilet - especially if the fight itself involved having to circle strafe to avoid constant fire, collecting resources once you start to run low thus running the risk of getting hit, and then blowing your load all over them.
quoteThe most satisfying is when Duke rips off a boss's head and shits down its neck. After having to shoot his way through herds upon herds of aliens and having to pelt the boss with a ceaseless barrage of bullets while constantly dodging its attacks, nothing beats using the boss' neck as a toilet
quote WatainIF YOU ARE A FALSE, DON'T ENTRY!!
quote Aeverswhoops, was supposed to say "not just present facts and strategies". my mistake.Also, "not present facts and strategies" - you kind of need a foundation for a building there, buddy.
quotewhat the *bleep*? you know what they say - IF YOU ARE A FALSE, DON'T ENTRY!!Especially if the fight itself involved having to circle strafe, avoiding constant fire while collecting resources once you start to run low which could put you in a position to get hit if you're not careful.
quote WatainI actually thought she did a fairly good job of balancing opinions with facts. Probably not as well as she did with The Longest Journey, I definitely agree with you there, but I thought she did what you said, which was to discuss the merits of the game.I feel like it's a bit too fact sheet-y for its own good. the idea is to discuss the merits of the game and how good/shit it is, not present facts and strategies.
quote Alyssait just doesn't seem grammatically correct, is all.I'm not entirely sure what you mean by that, by the way dude. Can you please elaborate?
quotethat's what I meantBoth worlds are full of chatty people as, especially in the beginning of the game, people can and will talk your head off, although unlike a Metal Gear Solid game, the writing comes across as natural and with some genuinely funny lines (along with enough swear words to make Samuel L Jackson blush, though not quite enough references to sex and drugs to ban this in Australia), it never really impedes on the game's progress
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