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  1. Ebb software has shown a new trailer of the horror game, Scorn, which is slated for October (?) 2018 release. Watch it and be hype[d: hxxps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gug_0mNhg4k Notice the improvement in the animation, when you compare it with the previous trailer released over a year ago. The protagonist’s hands now appear more humanlike, but the alien gun he is wielding still looks as grotesquely organic as ever. Support this game on Kickstarter, and early backers may get this game at $5 off its price.
  2. Video from Eurogamer’s coverage of Shadow of War featuring Tor Goroth the Balrog (spoiler warning): [hxxps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZsrWuimYyc] I disagree with the tester complaining about the movement of Tor Goroth being rather fast for its size. I find little sense in his comment but his perspective of equating large size for sluggishness was actually depicted in some films (i.e. Kronos in Wrath of the Titans, and even Durin’s Bane in the Fellowship of the Ring). Imagine if you were a god like Kronos, would you move that slow as was shown in the film? If you suddenly feel an itch in your ear, how long would you be able to raise your hand to scratch it? The tester also criticized the ‘strange decision’ of the developers for the Balrog to be fought with the aid a Graug; therefore it seemed underwhelming to him. But it was only logical that Talion would attempt to use a beast of similar size (and apparently controlled by the Spirit of Carnan from what I figured) if he intended to defeat it. If there was anything to whine about, it was Talion’s animations which looked inferior even when compared to what I’ve seen in Shadow of Mordor. The tester even praised the ‘silky smooth’ combat in the rest of the game, but ignored the fact that this should not be always evident especially when Talion is fighting in rough terrain. See the video below: [hxxps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLMklHZhZ50] It seems that Talion is fighting in a smooth icy surface...still hoping for a more polished game.
  3. The latest sequel to the Playstation hit Fear Effect series, Fear Effect Sedna, is set to arrive next year across many platforms including PC. It’s disappointing though, that they’re employing isometric view unlike the fixed camera angles of previous games to invoke survival horror. However, I’m optimistic about the original title’s remake, Fear Effect: Reinvented, which retains most elements of the series. It is also coming in 2018.
  4. Probably because both the government and the media need to be educated also. And yes, we should worry if a drug like cannabis becomes legalized in our country. Not in a third world country where laws are not implemented efficiently.
  5. Suicidal people need not listen to these tunes: Tears of Pain (Silent Hill OST) Pain (Max Payne 3 OST)
  6. Steel Division: Normandy 44
  7. Historical records dating back from antiquity show that humans are capable of dealing ‘justice’ in such brutal ways. But there is no need for that in a civilized society. A humane death for a criminal serves the "human brain (that is) coded for compassion, for guilt, for a kind of empathic pain that causes the person inflicting harm to feel a degree of suffering."
  8. Pro-death penalty. But before the poor people who commit crimes are put to death, the people who made their lives poor and indirectly forced them to criminality (the plunderers and drug lords) should be executed first.
  9. Shadow of Mordor got a sequel titled Middle Earth: Shadow of War. The story follows Talion and Celebrimbor forging their own Ring of Power to defeat Sauron. Release date initially set on August 22.
  10. Good news for Asian girls. Not all men prefer large breasts. This was the conclusion of a 2008 study published on the Journal of Socioeconomics, Wealthier men tend to like smaller-breasted women, while men who less financially stable prefer those who are well-endowed.
  11. Why spend money on games? Because our money is meant to be spent not only on our needs but our wants as well. What is the most money you have spent on a single game? The most I have spent is under 2k for a single game. What have you bought, in which games, and why? Only free DLCs. Have you ever spent money and swiftly regretted it? God of War Ghost of Sparta for the PSP, because it updated my PSP's firmware and couldn't anymore play games previously installed on it. Batman Arkham City for the PC and Battlefield 3 Season Pass are in my opinion a waste of money and therefore, I ignored the later games from those series. I prefer DRM-free games. I have never pre-ordered. Are you more inclined to spend money if a game is less aggressive about nudging you to pay? I am only remotely interested in DLCs. It seems to me that they usually are of less quality than the base game. I have no experience with F2P. I do not play games that are purely online. I don't play games on my cell phone.
  12. There is so much to discover within our universe. Yet an article from Scientific American dated May 2003 posits that beyond the particle horizon (boundary of the observable universe), multiverses exist. Accordingly, a universe identical to our own is just 10,000,000,000115 meters away from us. hxxp://space.mit.edu/home/tegmark/PDF/multiverse_sciam.pdf
  13. This otherworldly horror adventure, Scorn, needs your vote on Steam Greenlight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvBo_rKleNw#t=126.21467374810318
  14. I'm still using my old vaio netbook. Its very hardy, i also leave it open for weeks and it had actually withstood punches to its keyboard (seriously). Last year, I bought a lenovo e1030 for P10k coz a thought it was a bargain. It has a 10-inch screen, a removable 3-cell battery, running on celeron n2840 (dual-core 2.5 ghz, low-power consumption, just 5W compared to 23W on vaio and 45W on big laptops), 2GB RAM, 500GB HDD, intel hd graphics (could play games such as tropico 4 and worms remastered) and a full-sized keyboard.
  15. Agreed with you on these points: 1. That a video taken of her sister in the nude was probably not obscene 2. That there is a thin line between obscenity and decency That’s where the court of law has to decide when it matters. It is not very different to when a physician gives someone a diagnosis because he deviates from the “normal.” In both instances, the line where it is drawn is subjective.