This is nitpicking at this point. Besides several well acclaimed games have done this without being negatively reviewed. Persona 4 has a True Ending but no one gave it guff after you beat the 'final boss' and you had to, just like Gravity Rush 2, talk to NPCs to unlock it.
The Thing can't catch a break can it? Every time I hear about how the 80s version was panned at the time and how the prequel's wonderful practical effects were scrubbed over with bland cgi it just makes me depressed.
I remember Beast that shouted Love at the heart of the World being my first introduction to Ellison way back when, because at the time I was a massive Evangelion fan and was surprised that one of the episode titles was almost word for word the same as his collection (with "I" being used as a...
Yeah, the evil corporate lady got lucky with just a punch in my opinion. Usually evil corporate goons in movies tend to be eaten by the monsters or thrown out of windows to their death by the protagonist.
"Sorry to disappoint, but I've steered clear of the entire GG debacle. I see no point in engaging in something that's going to blow over anyway."
Any day now! It's been three months but any day now!
Haha such delusions.
Moviebob doesn't need to be fired.
Reason being is because if he continues to act the way he does (as he has for years now) he can expect his viewership to drop off continually until there is no longer any reason to employ him.
We like to call that the 'Transformers Defense'. See, if the majority do something, it must be right! If everyone went to go see it, it must objectively be a good movie. And by golly, if the patron saint of geeks Moviebob, who has never once been wrong on anything, says so, then it is the damn...