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Old May 15, 2021, 04:20 AM   #995
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Ziklitschli can beat 'Minesweeper' on any difficultyZiklitschli can beat 'Minesweeper' on any difficultyZiklitschli can beat 'Minesweeper' on any difficulty


I will ofc yes, but it's just wierd how off it all felt, I knew that it's different etc and still. As for combat, like I said, very early impressions, but you can't say the camera and system didn't go towards DS rather than DMC now (except being too close with bad targeting and dynamics not suited to it, from what I've seen). The series never had the best fighting system, but it perfectly fitted the type of game it wanted to be and the tone, now IDK. But yes I have to play first probably heh.

Uncharted I never can get into, like I said, I tend not to care about script, and gameplay after 476th ledge just makes me bored to death. I don't like set pieces, I don't like linear, story driven games (unless sf horror or sth), and in U4 even the graphics doesn't work for me. I was much more impressed, for example, with Rise of Tomb Rider initial sequence, maybe it's the more realistic tone or sth. Seems it's not for me heh, will play some more as well but it's gone as soon as I'm out of hdd space, which is soon.
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Garth Merenghi quotes
Most of you will probably know me already from my extensive canon of chillers including "Afterbirth" in which a mutated placenta attacks Bristol.

Everyone has a special talent. Mine is being able to write, produce direct, act, paint... Other people are good plumbers, that's their gift.

There are rebels and there are innovators. I'm a rebel. I play a rebel brain expert who's in rebelliance against conventional logic, who's in rebelliance against the world order. It's about rebelliance. And if that's not being an innovator, I don't know what is.

In times of conflict, when you're up against an agressor, be he human, be he inhuman, whoe'er he be, often he is both.

Greetings traveller. Who am I? Perhaps you have met me twixt sleep and and wake - in the penumbra of uncertainity you call unconsiousness... you know, my books are essentialy about "what ifs". In "Black Fang" I asked - what if a rat could drive a bus? And what if it and its rat brethren took over and ate Parliment?

A lot of people say "Garth Merenghi? Doesn't he write that horror crap?" Well, you're an idiot, because my books always say something, even if it's simple like "Don't geneticaly engineer crabs to be as big as man". There's always a message or a theme.
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