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So, that's all of RWBY Volume 6. It was pretty good, an improvement over past volumes.


I tried some Sour Patch Kids ice cream today...and it was weird. It contains sorbet and it's been over a decade since I had that stuff. I don't miss that flavor.


Earth Defense Force 4.1 is in this month's Humble Monthly.


LOL, a dairy cow in a manga eating through magical metal jail cell bars. I've seen some overpowered isekai characters before, but I never thought a cow would be one of them.


What great action RPG's with female player characters would you guys recommend to play on PC?


Yeesh, that's terrible. I hope the owners of those cars have an insurance company that will actually properly fill their claims.


Indie video games only look more attractive by the day. Bethesda, do NOT pull this shit.


People have drawn humanized fan art of the 2019 North American Polar Vortex. Seriously.


Well, RWBY Volume 6 is producing enough shipping fuel to run the USA Third Fleet.


What are CDN domain names typically used for? I am clueless about them.


That is even more visually interesting than microwaving a CD.


Even though Chaika the Coffin Princess is rated TV-14, Akari Acura sure has a dirty mind.


Well, I certainly wasn't expecting a chestburster in a fantasy anime series. That came out of nowhere.


Will anyone at Dtoid be reveiwing Arc Savior? It's a space shooter that just released on Steam today.


This game looks pretty interesting. I've been seeing a lot of old-school FPS's lately, and I am loving it.


Finally, a heckler that understands the ramifications of winner take all voting!


I don't remember the last time a state of emergency was declared in Michigan. Stay safe and warm, folks.


So, is everyone get a ~300 MB update to a lot of their Steam games today?


I swear, some people just don't understand crowdfunding. Backing a game on Kickstarter/Indiegogo/Fig at the "Get a game copy" level is NOT the same as buying a final release copy off of Steam. Video games can take years to make, so please, have patience.


Ah, Marshmallow Hell in a comedy series. It never gets old.


There's a whiteout outside right now. Visibility is poor, though at least the temperature is above 10°F for now.


About Electric Reaperone of us since 10:55 AM on 08.12.2013

I am a gamer who prefers games that are more about action than story; especially shooters, action RPG's and hack-and-slashers. I often don't care that much about a video game's story, and instead focus on the weapons instead: how they sound, how they fire/attack, how they look, how they function, and how the more unusual weapons may work. Sometimes a game may be great in just about every category, but I might just ignore it for using boring conventional guns that I've shot a million times.

I am into sci-fi, supernatural, and mecha anime/TV shows/movies/games. I don't care that much about photorealism, unless it drags the gameplay down.

Over the years, I have seen a lot of stupid/unwanted things in the video game industry. Online passes for multiplayer, on-disc downloadable content, day one DLC in Mass Effect 3, pre-order bonuses for Brink, multiple versions of Evolve, collector's edition for the first Watch Dogs game, microtransactions in Dead Space 3, and more. I have also seen things that get in the way of the customer accessing the game they legally bought. SecuROM in Crysis, Games For Windows Live in Red Faction Guerilla (removed over a year ago) SecuROM AND GFWL in Bioshock 2 (both removed years ago), always online DRM in Dead Space 2, Origin in Mass Effect 3, and Denuvo anti-tamper in Doom 4 (it might not get in the way of playing the game but I still have a deep-seated hatred for it). Why does the game industry keep doing this crap? Is ticking off your customers with these draconian measures really worth a week or a few months of zero piracy?