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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - shadowrated
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#8 to #4 - anon id: cdde74e9
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sauce?
#15 to #8 - eddymolly
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#92 to #4 - asftrooper
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Well...you still can't
User avatar #36 to #4 - gamefact
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What a ******* casual
#71 to #4 - shockerlocker
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User avatar #75 to #4 - infotechexplain
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Now, I know what you're thinking,
Are they hot dogs or are they legs?
User avatar #28 to #4 - pootismang
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"BRB, 30 seconds"
User avatar #2 - itsaggron
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*stasis*
#17 - anon id: aa44ac31
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Once you survive fighting the flood for the first time without knowing whats gonna happen, nothing can scare you. halo one flood ofc.H2 and 3 flood are pussies.
#19 to #17 - gisuar
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just meleeing your way through it
User avatar #51 to #17 - zerpderp
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after figuring out the flood was fragile as all hell they weren't all that bad in halo 2 and 3 though they got bad because alot of times the ******* jumped everywhere and where always screaming
#125 to #17 - alexdevlin
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Uhhhh I can confirm this
Uhhhh I can confirm this
User avatar #59 to #17 - forbesydemon
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Coming across rooms filled with shotgun and rocket launcher armed flood quickly became aggravating as all hell.
#20 to #17 - hemming
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Are you implying that Halo is scary..?
User avatar #120 to #20 - priestoftheoldones
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That loud screeching music that plays when the flood come, and when you have no idea what they are, and they come bursting through the doors and flooding the room like a disgusting parasitic liquid, yeah, pretty scary.
#25 to #20 - anon id: 2b24ae97
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When you're eleven years old and it starts playing that music, yeah pretty scary the first time.
User avatar #27 to #17 - svity
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>1 bar of health
>Not sticking the combat form in the middle w/ plasma grenades
>Not seeing the enemy behind on the radar

0/10 would not co-op with
#39 - goldendarknessx
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Dead Space isn't even scary.
User avatar #40 to #39 - zephi
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then try the first amnesia game
#41 to #40 - goldendarknessx
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It's there, it's there i just don't go on steam all that often
It's there, it's there i just don't go on steam all that often
User avatar #49 to #41 - oceanfrank
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PUSSSEEEEEEEEEEEEE
#170 to #49 - goldendarknessx
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says the one that probably thinks dead space is scary.
says the one that probably thinks dead space is scary.
User avatar #53 to #39 - popnotes
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weeb
User avatar #70 to #39 - mrgilly
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Dead Space isn't scary when you play it mid-day, tons of light on in your nice safe living room/bedroom with mom right around the corner.

Next time you play a horror game, play it with all the lights off, at night, preferably in the basement, completely alone. If on computer, add headphones. Then tell me you felt nothing.
User avatar #73 to #39 - iamaniceperson
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I agree until that part on the content but you have to admit that the atmosphere is really well done, and the gameplay is fun...
User avatar #111 to #39 - priestoftheoldones
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I heard people saying "dead space is a scary game" all the time, I played it, wasn't ever scared. One time in deadspace 2, I got in to an elevator, which was always safe. An elevator was the place to take a break from killing alien zombies. And some ******* puking ****** dropped through the ceiling.
User avatar #139 to #111 - miia [OP]
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one time in Dead Space 2, i think, I called an elevator (door took awhile to open) and instead of having my gun up at the elevator door like i usually do, i relaxed and waited for the elevator. "there wont be anything in the elevator, nothing ever is"
...then, at the last second, im like "better safe than sorry" and raised my gun JUST as the door opened and a ******* necromorph is standing there
User avatar #141 to #139 - priestoftheoldones
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I think that's right after you see the recording reminding you to tear off spikes from dead necros and impale others with it. I beat DS2 4 times.
User avatar #143 to #141 - miia [OP]
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im in my 2nd playthrough of DS2
I just fixed the centrifuge and am going through decon again
the ******* KID necromorphs ******* jumped through a window and are swarming me
paus + alt tab.
just like in the content. ****.
User avatar #145 to #143 - priestoftheoldones
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Ripper+Kids=OH GOD SO MUCH BLOOD AND LIMBS!
User avatar #146 to #145 - miia [OP]
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i used the ripper my first playthrough of DS2 along with the Plasma Cutter

i unpaused the game, shot a single kid's arm off, then paused again
2scary4me
User avatar #147 to #146 - priestoftheoldones
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All you need is an automatic weapon, that or just flail your arms around when they get close. Which is melee attack, than again Isaac is an engineer not a soldier.
User avatar #149 to #147 - miia [OP]
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okay my kitten is on my lap i think i can do this
User avatar #148 to #147 - miia [OP]
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his melee attacks seem more focused and controled in DS2 compared to DS1
**** something managed to get close but i cant see what it is but isaac screamed as if he was being attacked and i shot another kid
User avatar #151 to #148 - priestoftheoldones
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Ok, Ok, just don't stop shooting, they will go away eventually.
User avatar #150 to #148 - priestoftheoldones
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Dude, rippers or pulse rifles, that's what you need.
User avatar #152 to #150 - miia [OP]
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ehhh i like the plasma cutter the best
pulse rifle is okay when you dont need extreme accuracy, like when those swarms of tiny 3 legged mother ******* from the Pregnant necromorphs

i used it in like one fight after DS2 and immediately sold it after an entire mag completely failed to cut off a necromorphs leg
User avatar #153 to #152 - priestoftheoldones
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It's not meant to cut thing up, like almost every other weapon, it's good for taking down lots of weaker necromorphs, like the kids, or the spider, things which come out when you kill the fat people. **** 'em.
User avatar #154 to #153 - miia [OP]
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I think javelin gun could have been the best weapon except for how Using the alt fire to electrocute a javelin consumed 1 ammo. that's retarded. Its not like im firing a new javeling...

i mean seriously. Fire one javelin, then electrocute it. Necromorph dies.
Swarm? Fire 1 javelin, electrocute it, they all die.
but it just goes through ammo too fast because of the stupid alt fire ammo consumption.
Anyway, i dont see the point in experimenting with a new weapon, upgrading it, buying ammo for it, when im extremely comfortable with the plasma cutter and plasma energy is the most common ammo in the game
goddamn contact beam thingy in DS1 backfired on me so ******* horribly...stuck with the plasma cutter and pulse rifle after that
User avatar #155 to #154 - priestoftheoldones
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I never noticed that, it's probably because I hoard javelins, plasma energy and ripper blades. But with the contact beam, I did not like it, yeah it did a lot of damage, but by the time it charged, necromorphs were on your ass already.
User avatar #156 to #155 - miia [OP]
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Yeah seriously. I had just come off the bridge in DS1 and went to the store and bought a contact beam. I equipped it and planned to use it at the first oppurtunity...which was 2 steps away from the store, when 2 female necromorphs popped out on either side of me and cornered me.
Aimed contact beam...
fired...
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WTF WHY ISNT IT FIRING OH MY GOOOOOOD
manually switched to plasma cutter (at that point i didnt know i could press 1 or 2 to switch weapons), killed necromorphs, sold contact beam without ever firing with it
User avatar #157 to #156 - priestoftheoldones
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Same thing happened to me. But the ground pound thing is "kinda" useful.
User avatar #159 to #157 - miia [OP]
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ground pound thing?
User avatar #161 to #159 - priestoftheoldones
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The alt fire, shoot the laser in to the ground, laser makes shock wave. Little things die. Nothing else is hurt.
User avatar #162 to #161 - miia [OP]
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oh

remember that part when you used teh escape pod after fixing teh solar array? that was fun
User avatar #163 to #162 - priestoftheoldones
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In all three games, that was one of the best moments.
User avatar #166 to #163 - miia [OP]
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the train ride was pretty fun too
User avatar #165 to #163 - miia [OP]
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yeah. want more of that.
User avatar #132 to #39 - strangemoo
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Nearly scared the piss outta me.

And I fearquitted right after getting the first gun.
#160 to #39 - gammajk
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#43 to #39 - ashedust
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I really hate when people state **** like "DS isn't scary" as if it's fact.

Cause you know what? I hate horror. I trudged through the first two Dead Spaces a half an hour at a time. It was scary as **** and I couldn't scream cause at the time I would have woken up the entire household.

To me, Dead Space is one of the scariest games I've ever played. Granted I've only played a few horror games.

Notice, this is an opinion. I am not telling you it is the scariest game. Nor am I telling you it's scarier than any other game. I have stated it as, once again, an opinion.

So please, for sake of not looking like a fool, would you clarify your opinion rather than prancing around as a self-declared fact maker.

/rantover
User avatar #47 to #43 - kinginyellow
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I find stuff like Dead Space 2 and Silent Hill 2/Homecoming scary because I'm extremely afraid of the idea that there's a wide open space with little visibility, and somewhere there's a monster hiding. I can deal with straight up horror, or claustrophobic stuff, but not the wide open range. The Stalker scene in Dead Space 2 had me on edge for the rest of the game, taking any noise as another bastard coming at me.
#79 to #43 - CXJokerXD
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I second this. I could never play scary games, but once 2 came out, I had the urge to play something new (plus I had nothing else to really play). It was ******* terrifying and I would be on and off for days (rarely if ever at night). After That I played DS1 (which felt worse in some ways) and then DS3 (which due to co-op, didn't really feel scary at all).   
   
MFW playing starting DS3 with my friend, ready to **** up every necro for the **** they put me through in the last 2 games.
I second this. I could never play scary games, but once 2 came out, I had the urge to play something new (plus I had nothing else to really play). It was ******* terrifying and I would be on and off for days (rarely if ever at night). After That I played DS1 (which felt worse in some ways) and then DS3 (which due to co-op, didn't really feel scary at all).

MFW playing starting DS3 with my friend, ready to **** up every necro for the **** they put me through in the last 2 games.
User avatar #85 to #79 - kinginyellow
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I found it less scary because of too much ammo, health, and overdoing the weapons. Co-op can be scary, they should have had areas where you have to split up, WAYYY less ammo, and more dementia moments between Isaac and Carver. My friend suggested making the other player see random things (not just scripted ones like the soldiers), and even showing the co-op player as a necro or enemy.
User avatar #86 to #85 - CXJokerXD
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That actually sounds like it would've made it scarier. Seeing each other as necro for split seconds after splitting up would have been a ******* awesome twist.
User avatar #88 to #86 - kinginyellow
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I hear awakened DLC mixes it up a bit, still waiting for my friend to get it so we can go co-op
User avatar #90 to #88 - CXJokerXD
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Yeah, I saw the ending of it. Can you say Dead Space 4? Might even see something at E3. Thinking of Dead Space on the new consoles scares the **** out of me a bit.
User avatar #91 to #90 - kinginyellow
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They just need to sit down and rethink being more horror and less action
User avatar #124 to #91 - CXJokerXD
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That seems to be the problem with a lot of games/entertainment nowadays. Just look at Resident Evil 6.
User avatar #114 to #43 - priestoftheoldones
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I don't find deadspace scary, I think it's because when I was younger, the first horror game I played was Doom 3 I didn't really have any horror games for a long time. So, deadspace had the same claustrophobic atmosphere as doom 3, I was used to it.
User avatar #116 to #114 - ashedust
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^

proper opinion sharing folks. It's doesn't bash the subject. It doesn't claim to make fact. It just simply states "I personally did not find it scary" and then draws on personal experience to back his opinion in an acceptable fashion.

Thank you. We could use more people like you.
#171 to #43 - goldendarknessx
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Nah you're making it out to be a fact, all I'm merely trying to say it is the game ain't scary.   
   
>**** Opinion   
>No one gives a ****
Nah you're making it out to be a fact, all I'm merely trying to say it is the game ain't scary.

>**** Opinion
>No one gives a ****
User avatar #129 to #43 - royalepain
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Amnesia series wins the horror category for me, but since you said you hate horrors I wouldn't recommend them to you, they will quite literally traumatize you.
User avatar #169 to #129 - ashedust
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I actually livestreamed Amnesia for some friends from the SFW random board.

It was the only way I could go through with the game... knowing that there were a bunch of people who would be disappointed if i didn't.

Never try to box with the grunt. And by box, I mean attack it with a box.
#122 to #43 - heeveejeevees
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**heeveejeevees rolled image** I only hate horror games when you can't kill the enemy
#72 to #43 - anon id: fe3b3eb8
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You're the only one looking like a fool.  All he *did* was express an opinion, he just didn't pussyfoot around it like you do.  That's how you express opinions in the real world.  Go watch any debate, you ever see someone say, "Well, in my very limited experience, I believe that this is the correct choice, but that's just my opinion?"  If that was a political candidate they'd get buried into the ground at that moment.   
   
Opinions are opinions, and people that disagree with them will get butthurt regardless of how you express them (as you have demonstrated quite well.)  Might as well grow a pair and express them with authority rather than tiptoeing around all the oversensitive, easily-bruised egos.
You're the only one looking like a fool. All he *did* was express an opinion, he just didn't pussyfoot around it like you do. That's how you express opinions in the real world. Go watch any debate, you ever see someone say, "Well, in my very limited experience, I believe that this is the correct choice, but that's just my opinion?" If that was a political candidate they'd get buried into the ground at that moment.

Opinions are opinions, and people that disagree with them will get butthurt regardless of how you express them (as you have demonstrated quite well.) Might as well grow a pair and express them with authority rather than tiptoeing around all the oversensitive, easily-bruised egos.
User avatar #77 to #72 - ashedust
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Debates may not pussyfoot around as much as you claim I did, but nor do they walk up to the podium make a single statement such as goldendark did and expect to win.

They back up their statements with more facts. Nor do they [usually] make statements unless they can back them up. And you can't back up an opinion like you can a fact because every opinion and the way your facts may back up your opinion has the great possibility of doing something completely different for the next person.

Do you get the idea, or do you need an example?
User avatar #74 to #72 - iamaniceperson
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What's terrible is that he didn't have any arguments. He just said "it's not scary".
Kinda like if IGN reviewed LoZ: Ocarina of time and written "2/10 it's really bad" and that's it.
User avatar #84 to #74 - penileburglar
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This is the comments thread on funnyjunk, not a professional review website.

There's nothing terrible about seeing a bunch of people talking about how scary a game is, not finding the game all the scary, and saying it. Put it in real-life: a few guys talking about how scary the game is. You say 'Nah, that game wasn't even scary.' Some gentle ribbing might ensue, but you wouldn't give the guy a damn lecture on how he's allowed to express his opinions.
User avatar #87 to #84 - kinginyellow
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Honestly, it's the air around the words. The guy using a smug looking image and almost bragging that he wasn't scared about something. It's more like two people talking about it and some guy pushes his way in to say how much he wasn't afraid and being all smug. Look at the reply for him to try Amnesia, he's just trying to look tough.
User avatar #101 to #87 - penileburglar
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...That reply takes place after the massive amount of butthurt he came back to. I'd start being sarcastic at that point, too, it's obvious once that many people have flamed you that no one cares what you have to say.

Almost bragging is not the same as bragging, and I don't see what's smug about that image. It's not a smile, it's not a taunting image, it's a fairly blank expression. I don't see what's smug or insulting about it at all. All he literally did is post a fairly dull picture and said 'Nah, deadspace not scary' and got a bunch of butthurt for it by people who did find it scary. I think people are just insecure about being scared by a video game, so they assume anyone saying they're not scared is just 'trying to be tough.'
User avatar #68 to #43 - penileburglar
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I only see one person here getting butthurt because someone's opinion was different from theirs. Not sure why it's such a big deal to for him to so specifically indicate that it is just his opinion when you are obviously smart enough to *know* it is such.

Seriously, all he said is 'dead space isn't even scary.' I don't see anything aggressive or insulting about that statement, unless you consider it a personal attack that you're scared by something other people aren't. If someone said that in real life, would you blow up like you just did, or just say 'Eh, if you're like me and don't play a lot of horror games, it can be pretty scary.'?
User avatar #76 to #68 - ashedust
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Are you serious? This wasn't a rant against his opinion specifically. He just happened to be the person who set off this rant.

It was a rant against people who state their opinions as fact. It's what my first sentence says. Then I gave an example using provided material and person experience to show that indeed when sometimes state their opinions as fact they are wrong. Then I reiterated the facts are not opinions by showing you that while I believed one thing I was not stating it as a fact. Then I asked (and perhaps this is where I should have been a little more tactful) that he (And I should have made the term more general) not state his opinion as a fact.

And to be fair, his picture screams condescending. Almost as if to say "Wow? You thought the game was scary? Well it isn't.". And the fact that he didn't use any words to indicate it was an opinion
User avatar #80 to #76 - penileburglar
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Again, you knew it was an opinion. Anyone with half a brain could tell it was an opinion. Why is it such a big deal to you that he express it as such--are you really that sensitive?

Again, if some guy in real life said 'That game wasn't even scary,' I doubt you'd react like you did. For some reason you seem to be projecting condescension that's simply not there (probably because it was thumbed down and you assumed, since others had reacted negatively, it must be negative.)
User avatar #89 to #80 - ashedust
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I got to it before it was thumbed down... In fact it was thumbed up when I got there.

And yes... I knew it was an opinion. BUT THAT WASN'T MY ARGUMENT. The whole post wasn't about "Wow, I couldn't tell this was an opinion, so he must be stating a fact."

My whole argument was "I really hate when people state **** like "DS isn't scary" as if it's fact.". It's literally my first sentence. What is so unclear about it? Do tell... The only thing I can see to make this more clear is to replace "**** like" with "their opinion, like..."

You seem really fixated on the fact that his statement is an opinion and I happen imply that it isn't fact.
User avatar #93 to #89 - penileburglar
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No. I'm fixated on why it seems to matter so much to you. If you can tell it's an opinion, and I can tell it's an opinion, and anyone with two brain cells to rub together can tell it was an opinion, why is it a big deal for him not to go out of his way to indicate it as such?
User avatar #100 to #93 - ashedust
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Beeeeeecaaauuuuse there are so many people with a few less brain cells than 2 to rub together? I mean, it is the internet.

And... I just wanted my opinion on this matter to be heard? I mean, it certainly doesn't hurt to be mindful that people feel this way. You see this sort of thing on almost any content where this sort of opinion can be voiced. Someone says "X is bad/good" and someone immediately jumps in and says "You're wrong for Y and Z reasons!". So much of it could be solved if everyone just made it clear that it was their opinion.

I'm just a little tired of it.
User avatar #107 to #100 - penileburglar
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People are going to argue whether you make it clear that it's an opinion or not. If he said 'I didn't find the game scary at all,' then instead of you telling him he expressed his opinion improperly, he'd have some guy accusing him of playing the tough guy by acting like he wasn't scared. (In fact, he got some of the latter anyway.)

If you're tired of arguing on the internet, I've got bad news for you--it doesn't matter how delicately or strongly you express your opinion, people will get butthurt and argue about it anyway. In fact, the real world is the same way. Might as well just be confident and assertive with it and take the rage in stride, because it's coming no matter what you do. At least doing that you'll become far more confident in your own opinions and less prone to peer pressure.
User avatar #112 to #107 - ashedust
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It sometimes helps to go on rants like these... Even if it makes so small a dent no one notices. Makes it easier to tolerate if you type out or say where you stand.

Cause you're right. I can't stop every idiot on the internet. I can't make everyone see things my way. But that doesn't mean I have to stand by and silently watch it.

And I feel like there are less conversations like these if people are crystal clear on their opinions vs facts.
User avatar #117 to #112 - penileburglar
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That's a very kittens-and-rainbows view of the world.

The real world's gonna hurt when it finally gets around to giving you a good kick in the ass.

Anyway, heading to sleep, early day tomorrow. Have a good night.
User avatar #118 to #117 - ashedust
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You as well.

I suppose part of forming an argument is knowing when exactly to present it. Like now for example. I seem to be getting good reception overall for this little outburst.

I certainly know when to keep quite....
User avatar #172 to #118 - penileburglar
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Getting good reception on a place like funnyjunk, where everyone just bandwagons on to things, doesn't mean much. People just agree / disagree with however the first few thumbs go (you claimed it was green when you started, but that's obviously not true, as the thumb history clearly shows the first vote was red and it was not brought back to positive at any time.) Plus this was content about being scared by dead space, so obviously, it's going to attract people who would AGREE that it was a scary game--that's like going onto an atheist forum, arguing against religion, and saying 'wow, people are agreeing with me, I must have made a good point.'
#3 - sweatanus
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This bitch
User avatar #6 to #3 - seapuss
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That piece of **** still haunts me
#7 to #3 - anon id: 13835e06
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... not if you chicago typewriter the **** out of the game
User avatar #9 to #7 - blacktemplar
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PRL master race.
#10 to #9 - anon id: 13835e06
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That makes it way too easy. Casual speaking.
User avatar #11 to #3 - erotictentacle
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i vaguely remember seeing him somewhere, where is he from?
User avatar #13 to #11 - sweatanus
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RE 4
User avatar #144 to #13 - erotictentacle
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Riiiight, that guy!
where i had to shoot these certain points to stop him from regenerating, right?
User avatar #158 to #144 - sweatanus
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Yes, with a special franco I think, but you could kill it 4 times harder with other weapons
User avatar #14 to #11 - thissucksbiteme
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re4
User avatar #54 to #3 - medewu
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isn't that the thing that grabs you then has spikes pertrude out of it immediately?
User avatar #94 to #54 - darkangeloffire
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You're thinking an upgrade of the Regenerator called the Iron Maiden.
User avatar #96 to #94 - medewu
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That mother ******... gave me chills when I saw a friend try and kill one with out a thermal scope.
User avatar #97 to #96 - darkangeloffire
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Thing was just... unnatural.
User avatar #98 to #97 - medewu
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Like we well he was playing I was watching I was like dude how the **** do we do this!? it won't die! and I asked him was there possibly anything that came up randomly for sale that you didn't get...

only after about 1000 deaths... did we try and look it up said thermal tried some gernades... reloaded a huge save that cost us more time.. and saw a ******* Thermal scope...
User avatar #99 to #98 - darkangeloffire
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One of those facepalm moments. Those are always fun.
User avatar #102 to #99 - medewu
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we were so pissed once we used the thermal saw the little slugs on the ******* guy... we thought we killed him... but low and behold... there was of course more on the back... ******* that game... god dammit...
User avatar #104 to #102 - darkangeloffire
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RE4 had a ton of fun moments like that. So much fun.
User avatar #105 to #104 - medewu
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**** yeah that game did, I rewatched someone playing through RE4 on professional... and my god... I have never fallen in love with the rage someone else has had at a boss.... that has no doubt given people trouble before <3 I was in his livestream when this happened.

CRAIG RAGE | Krauser Sucks (Resident Evil 4)
User avatar #106 to #105 - darkangeloffire
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I never played Professional. I'm too pussy to do it.
User avatar #108 to #106 - medewu
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My friend and I have done it. took a lil while. but yeah.. Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck that game.
User avatar #113 to #108 - darkangeloffire
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But so much actual fun to be had. I need toe PS3 digital version. I got the Super HD edition off Steam but my Laptop is too casual to play it
#95 to #3 - darkangeloffire
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****. That. Thing.
#18 to #3 - alphavsomega
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Step up
User avatar #29 to #3 - campanapax
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whatever you do, for **** sake, do not shoot his legs
#30 to #29 - cammanderz
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What happens I Don't know
User avatar #45 to #30 - hourlyb
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Here's a video, go to the 1 minute mark. Resident Evil 4 HD Chapter 5-1 The Blood Thirst Monster Regenerator P50
#173 to #45 - cammanderz
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OH GOD
User avatar #42 to #30 - hourlyb
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It jumps at you, and latches onto your neck. You've just knee-capped this ****** and he just got even more ******* terrifying.
User avatar #31 to #30 - shadowryu
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It lunges at you I think. I think it has glowing red eyes when that happens.
#23 - mrnecro
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**** Yes Dead Space content   
Dead space 1 was definitely the best, but i loved them all   
**** got ******* real in 3
**** Yes Dead Space content
Dead space 1 was definitely the best, but i loved them all
**** got ******* real in 3
User avatar #35 to #23 - zonicoi
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I've only played Dead Space 1 extensively. I have Dead Space 2, but I haven't really felt motivated to actually play it. Do you think it's worth it to play, or not?
Honestly I'm kind of on the line, because I saw some videos of 3, and I wasn't impressed so I don't know whether it is worth it.
User avatar #121 to #35 - zomaru
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Unless you have a friend to play Co-op with I'd recommend watching a playthrough insted. **** just gets so much more serious but at the same time more fun when you have a partner to screw around with.
User avatar #37 to #35 - miia [OP]
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they are all extremely worth playing
User avatar #38 to #37 - zonicoi
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okay i will try it out thanks
#62 to #38 - thadriel
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just don't get their part 1 of 3 dlc that they ended up cancelling for dead space 3. it ruins the the whole series
User avatar #44 to #23 - ashedust
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I liked 2 slightly better than 1. I thought that giving Isaac a voice gave him a little more character and seeing him react to things beyond startled grunts was kinda cool.
User avatar #50 to #44 - zerpderp
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1 petrified me 2 made me love the series and 3 brought it together with an interesting story arc and lore
User avatar #60 to #50 - ashedust
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I still need to replay 1 just so I can read Isaac's personal notes. I read barely any of them. I didn't know about them when I first played it.
User avatar #61 to #60 - zerpderp
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i didn't have time i ran through the whole ship firing screaming basically
i went around every corner just going "OH GOD WHAT THE **** DIE DIE DIE DIE" good time good times
User avatar #63 to #61 - ashedust
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I started a habit of entering a room and shooting all the corpses before going to the point where the door could lock on me.
User avatar #64 to #63 - zerpderp
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i had a bad habit of stomping the ever living hell out of bodies until basically there was nothing left i also threw everything i could
User avatar #65 to #64 - ashedust
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Heh... that was the other thing. The kenisis was... weird. They never quite knew how to make it's mechanics work. It was either you could throw everything at mach speeds or you could throw some things about as far as a paraplegic kid with no arms.
User avatar #66 to #65 - zerpderp
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worked great in dead space 3 don't remember much of anything except screaming from my deadspace 1 playthrough might give it a try though i remember one time finding that one big ****** that was basically a tank and the first thing i threw didn't even make it to him and i started screaming and running around until i died
User avatar #67 to #66 - ashedust
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3 lacked the ability to pick up anything except for objective things that you had to pick up and spikes. And the crates I suppose. I missed being able to pick up random objects and toss them at things as I cowered in the corner like in 2. 1 you could pick up anything but you threw them half-heartedly.
User avatar #69 to #67 - zerpderp
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that i remember i spent along time trying to pick up everything and is just failing died that way because apparently i can't pick up this or that but i can sure as hell pick up a pick though the way 3 was set up it was alot easier once you got certain weapons it turned into a regular shooter
#52 to #23 - medewu
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Dead Space 1 scared the **** outta me. I haven't finished it yet. kinda always end up playing it at the witching hour with dead silence... creeps me out...   
   
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Dead Space 2. I was able to fully play and enjoy It took me a while because if I got scared I'd stop calm down and cool down. ******* loved the story and everything all together!   
   
Dead Space 3 I bought because I love the series I haven't had that much time to be able to actually play it... and enjoy it..
Dead Space 1 scared the **** outta me. I haven't finished it yet. kinda always end up playing it at the witching hour with dead silence... creeps me out...

so

Dead Space 2. I was able to fully play and enjoy It took me a while because if I got scared I'd stop calm down and cool down. ******* loved the story and everything all together!

Dead Space 3 I bought because I love the series I haven't had that much time to be able to actually play it... and enjoy it..
User avatar #58 to #23 - loopymoomoo
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should i install 3, i have it but i half to uninstall garrys mod.
so sometimes a sacrifice is neccesary?
10/10 idea?
User avatar #142 to #58 - scorpiom
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yes, install dead space 3 it is worth it. I've played all three of them, and while dead space 1 and 2 are the "scarier" ones, i think dead space 3 is more fun and unique in the sense that you can fully customize your weapons and that the story is more "actiony." Don't get me wrong, dead space 3 is still scary as ****.
User avatar #168 to #23 - miia [OP]
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i need those seperate scenes in gif form
#46 - kinginyellow
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I remember seeing the bloody message &quot;cut off their limbs&quot; and going pfft, headhsot. Thing staggered and then went full *******, and the ******* noises man...   
Actually like Dead Space 2 better, I'm just really afraid of the idea of monsters loose in wide open areas as opposed to claustrophobic areas. The idea that the monster can come from literally every direction instead of the small hallway I'm in makes me nervous and paranoid.
I remember seeing the bloody message "cut off their limbs" and going pfft, headhsot. Thing staggered and then went full *******, and the ******* noises man...
Actually like Dead Space 2 better, I'm just really afraid of the idea of monsters loose in wide open areas as opposed to claustrophobic areas. The idea that the monster can come from literally every direction instead of the small hallway I'm in makes me nervous and paranoid.
User avatar #56 to #46 - itsthatguyagain
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I ******* hate the stalkers in Dead Space. Just. **** them.
User avatar #109 to #56 - priestoftheoldones
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Grab a javelin gun, and some stasis. You win.
User avatar #57 to #46 - cormy
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And here lies one of the reasons I don't like Slender.
I don't like halls very much though because you can't see through them... Which is why I hate SCP Containment Breach.
In essence, I really fking hate creepy games. Especially slow drawn out ones like those two where you actually NEED to play with sound to pay attention to everything going on. Often times you hear the enemies before you see them...
Seriously in SCP containment breach, you're usually better off walking backwards than forwards simply because you can hear enemies that are behind you and can turn around if need be while enemies in front of you won't be able to chase you and open doors to CONTINUE chasing you.
... **** those games. I spent a long time getting good at both of them but I've never finished them because they just put me on edge so bad.
#78 to #46 - lordpancake
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I forget what it was called, but I was fond of the gun that shot the mines. I'd always shoot one or two behind me as I walked through areas. Gave a slight sense of security.
I forget what it was called, but I was fond of the gun that shot the mines. I'd always shoot one or two behind me as I walked through areas. Gave a slight sense of security.
User avatar #83 to #78 - miia [OP]
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i literally only use the plasma cutter.
first time playing dead space: horrible experience with the contact beam, stuck exclusively to plasmacutter and Pulse Rifle.
1st Dead Space 2: Plasma Cutter with some Ripper.
DS3: Plasma Cutter + SMG.
2nd DS1: Plasma cutter only.
2nd DS2: Plasma Cutter, experimented with Javelin gun but it went through ammo too fast
User avatar #115 to #83 - dtox
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I never used the plasma cutter set up in dead space 3, I found using an assault rifle build (with something like a typical grenade launcher attachment, or shotgun/flamethrower thing) was a lot more fun.

Made me feel like I was playing another AVP game.
User avatar #81 to #78 - miia [OP]
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line gun i think
#32 - oceanfrank
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The stalkers on zealot mode in DS2
User avatar #34 to #32 - mcrut
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i can still hear the screams
User avatar #48 to #32 - kinginyellow
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Why's that can rolling......****.
User avatar #167 to #48 - miia [OP]
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i remember that exact ******* moment...
#24 - babyweasel
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All he wants is a hug.
User avatar #26 - comexx
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I remember playing Dead Space for the first time. I shot the first monster that wasn't even a threat because it was eating another guy several times, killed it, and kept shooting it until the mag or whatever you call it was empty.
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i hated it. when it first showed up in the tiny little locked science closet i thought i killed real quick. I was used to the game by that point. i took out all its limbs and a head shot. maybe 3-5 shots and i dropped. I turned around to look for loot in the room and got the call it regenerates. turned back around and it was standing the **** up,