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Darkrin

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Age: 19
Date Signed Up:11/10/2009
Last Login:5/03/2015
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#33 - I personally am more accurate with a bow, I just have a good f…  [+] (1 new reply) 15 hours ago on hawkeye -3
User avatar #34 - volksunion (15 hours ago) [-]
alright
#29 - Accurate no matter the use? You haven't watch a beginner shoot…  [+] (3 new replies) 15 hours ago on hawkeye 0
User avatar #30 - volksunion (15 hours ago) [-]
if you aim it right it will be accurate while for a bow you have to be strong AND accurate
#33 - Darkrin (15 hours ago) [-]
I personally am more accurate with a bow, I just have a good feel for it. So i prefer the bow. Also I have sensitive hearing so I personally hate guns because they are way to loud.
User avatar #34 - volksunion (15 hours ago) [-]
alright
#25 - Cas pulled Sam's body out of Lucifer's Cage in season 6. 23 hours ago on supernatural 0
#99 - Yeah, unfortunately some of the details people don't like that… 05/02/2015 on Book to movie +2
#97 - Well he did add stuff the Tolkien wrote set during the Hobbit …  [+] (2 new replies) 05/02/2015 on Book to movie 0
User avatar #98 - OtisMcWonderful (05/02/2015) [-]
Well that's not so bad then. I still haven't bothered to watch them yet.
#99 - Darkrin (05/02/2015) [-]
Yeah, unfortunately some of the details people don't like that are in the movie are in unheard of books written by Tolkien. It would be like having one of the original trilogy of Star Wars be remade and include the extended universe. But the reason I like that the book was made into three movies is because then you get a half hour scene between Bilbo and Smaug which would have been way shorter for one movie.
#334 - It is a new Batman if I am not mistaken. So I guess it would b… 04/24/2015 on Please Be Good 0
#128 - Well for those games that you don't like that truly require DL…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/24/2015 on P2Lose +1
#129 - ivviism (04/24/2015) [-]
You as well.
#124 - In total I have bought 8 EA games, ME Trilogy, DA Trilogy, LOT…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/24/2015 on P2Lose +1
User avatar #127 - ivviism (04/24/2015) [-]
I agree. And I don't have any particular hate against EA either. In fact, the last game I bought from them was about 15 years ago, so I'm not a good guage with EA. I simply just don't like incomplete games being released such that the DLC completes it. I would prefer that they make me wait, do their best with creating the game, and let me buy it all at once for the typical price of a game, instead of ripping me off, making me buy DLC to get the whole thing.
#128 - Darkrin (04/24/2015) [-]
Well for those games that you don't like that truly require DLC EA isn't as bad as everyone claims they are. Especially with games that have a strong narrative.
It has truly been a pleasure debating with you my good sir.
#129 - ivviism (04/24/2015) [-]
You as well.
#148 - If I worked at EA, at this point I would lie and say a whole b… 04/24/2015 on Star Wars Battlefront +1
#121 - I have never played a game that hasn't felt like it had an inc…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/24/2015 on P2Lose +1
User avatar #122 - ivviism (04/24/2015) [-]
Ok. And me neither. That's another factor. Having an incomplete story adds to the fun, and introduces the possibility for more titles to complete the story. That has two functions: one, it's more fun that way and isn't necessarily a business thing. Two, it can also conveniently serve as a business tool, because more titles means more sales, and also sales over a longer period of time. They can also incorporate the strategy that I stated above into the mix. Intelligent businesses know their shit well. And if they're intelligent enough, they can be a truly great company that's liked by it's customers, while still being a greedy twat.
#124 - Darkrin (04/24/2015) [-]
In total I have bought 8 EA games, ME Trilogy, DA Trilogy, LOTR BFME 2, and Battlefield 3. All of which I have played a considerable amount. So at no point have I ever felt like EA were trying to be greedy with me. However I would agree with you about EA sports games, but then again I am not a sports person, so I can't really comment on if them making a new Madden or FIFA every year is really worth while.

Also, I always have the feeling of if you don't like a company then don't buy their stuff, and in a capitalistic market like ours if they should die they will.

So all in all I hope EA keeps things going, especially with ME and DA (DLC and all)
User avatar #127 - ivviism (04/24/2015) [-]
I agree. And I don't have any particular hate against EA either. In fact, the last game I bought from them was about 15 years ago, so I'm not a good guage with EA. I simply just don't like incomplete games being released such that the DLC completes it. I would prefer that they make me wait, do their best with creating the game, and let me buy it all at once for the typical price of a game, instead of ripping me off, making me buy DLC to get the whole thing.
#128 - Darkrin (04/24/2015) [-]
Well for those games that you don't like that truly require DLC EA isn't as bad as everyone claims they are. Especially with games that have a strong narrative.
It has truly been a pleasure debating with you my good sir.
#129 - ivviism (04/24/2015) [-]
You as well.
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User avatar #1 - abstract (12/19/2011) [-]
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