Also the aliens in ME1 feel more like they can have a genuine rapport with Shepard since they've been brought on as outside volunteers and therefore feel more like peers (Garrus, Wrex) or mentees (Tali, Liara) rather than being his subordinates.I think Ashley is semi okay so I'd still keep her around, but the problem is that every other character in ME1 is a character+race while the human are just themselves. Tali is her character but also inform you about the Geth V Quarian side of the story. Wrex is his character but also talk about the Genophage and Krogan. Garus is his character and the Turian. Liara is her character but also Asari and background Prothean stuff. Ashley and Kaiden are just themselves and that's not much sadly. Earth/alliance doesn't seem all that different from contemporary human, at least when compared to alien, so none of this is there to make them more interesting.
Well, in terms of having a hit series and an established fanbase that will continue buying whatever you put out, yeah it could be said he’s coasted. But at the same time, he’s probably been railroaded by Konami into doing a long string of sequels for a series he’s publicly stated wanting to be done with about two decades ago now. It’s still quite something then that, even under those circumstances, he’s put more effort into these games than a majority of his contemporaries in this industry.Hideo Kojima has coasted on ambition and blind luck for most of his career.
I'm not implying the SNES was bad or anything, but given the choice, I have too much attachment and memories about the black 16 bit console. Plus, nothing comes close to awesomeness that is Streets of Rage. SNES closest brawler is Turtles in Time. Also, most SNES brawlers are average or single player only. That I never played that many 16-bit RPGs back in the day. I was not even fully aware of them until the PS1 era.but if we went into the Genesis vs. SNES thing, we would have to kung-fu fight.
I know she gets better but it's hard for me not to remember that time she said "I can't tell the difference between the aliens and the animals" . Considering most of the aliens on the citadel are sentient, it comes across as pretty racist.I don’t think Ash is a racist, at least not as we would use the term. She has a massive chip on her shoulders with the Turians because of her grandfather’s surrender in the First Contact War. I think what they were trying for with her was someone who succeeds with familiarity breeding understanding. And of course there is the common trope of fire forged friendships which is pretty ubiquitous in genres like this.
But yes; occasionally repellent beats white noise that walks like a man in an RPG.
Not gonna lie, I never heard that line. But I swear my installs like to fuck with me by playing like a third of the available party banter.I know she gets better but it's hard for me not to remember that time she said "I can't tell the difference between the aliens and the animals" . Considering most of the aliens on the citadel are sentient, it comes across as pretty racist.
Shamus Young talk about that in his book lenght blog about Mass effect, his take on it is a lot more nuance. Essentially she's not being dismissive, she literally can't tell the difference since she never saw any alien. If someone show you a random picture of a creature from another planet and ask you to decide if something is sentient or just an animal you'd have no way of knowing and the most sensible way to answer this would be "I can't tell". Like look at the Hannar, you'd see one you wouldn't be able to tell what it was, it's not wearing any cloths, has no face to speak of and is made of jelly, alien or animal? Or the Elcor, looks more like an elephant than a person.I know she gets better but it's hard for me not to remember that time she said "I can't tell the difference between the aliens and the animals" . Considering most of the aliens on the citadel are sentient, it comes across as pretty racist.
Not until the next best thing comes along. And whenever it does, we'll be right back to where we started where you're making a complaint about them doing too many of such and such.So can we have some F2P games that aren't fucking battle royales??? They. are. not. fun.
It's ambient dialogue on the Citadel. Apparently, she says it on the Presidium if you talk to her while standing near a Keeper. I can't confirm that she only says it next to a Keeper, but I can confirm she says it on the Presidium.Not gonna lie, I never heard that line. But I swear my installs like to fuck with me by playing like a third of the available party banter.
That is anything but a hot take. It's a popular take because no one can properly defend EGS and I am supportive of EGS practices even though I don't use it.
- Steam is better than Epic Game Store.
Yeah, I don't care.That is anything but a hot take. It's a popular take because no one can properly defend EGS and I am supportive of EGS practices even though I don't use it.
My take on EGS being better than Steam is because it's no porn policy mean a certain group of weebs is immediately alienate as they should be since they are nothing but headaches for Steam's storefront when they get into legal trouble with payment processors
Lewd Idol Project developer Toffer Team has had its PayPal account locked and the developer has lost access to all of its Kickstarter proceeds.techraptor.net
This.You don't care that he is anti-porn, you don't care that steam allows porn
Paypal sucks and I never trusted them. After the all the shit my older brother went through back in 2005; no, thank you. Thankfully, he got all his money back, but it took a week and a half.you don't care that paypal can essentially steal funds?