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#1 Sep 18 2009 at 11:50 AM Rating: Excellent
THIS PlayOnline.

EDIT: Wrote "FFXI" in the title by accident...

Edited, Sep 18th 2009 1:51pm by LadyOfHolyDarkness
#2 Sep 18 2009 at 12:05 PM Rating: Good
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lmao, that is hilariously awful, though I can only imagine if PlayOnline actually did half that stuff rather than being an annoying speedbump to FFXI.
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Oh that is hilarious. I remembered it from long ago. I'm guessing it was a concept for playonline. Although we do have PSN and XBL to replace that. Maybe something like steam on PC.
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#4 Sep 18 2009 at 3:54 PM Rating: Decent
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I don't remember ever seeing that but now I can understand why SE didn't want to implement a number of things and why they never really cared about people having to wait hours to form a party...it was all supposed to be addressed in playonline.

Yeah, they totally failed.
#5 Sep 18 2009 at 7:56 PM Rating: Good
Since I play FFXI on the PC, I'm curious... do you have the ability to listen to music from outside the game or browse the internet while playing, all on the console you are using it to play from? That's mostly why this looked cool to me. On PC there's not as much of a need because I can just alt-tab to the internet while playing and I can just turn down the sound in-game so I can listen to Winamp and talk in Ventrilo.

It would be kind of nice if there was still a "knock" feature in FFXI. They took it away when they removed the PlayOnline templog option. I think it would be nice to have attached to the /Away status, and to have it just pop up a little window outside the game to tell you that someone tried to contact you and the time of the knock, in case you're AFK or on the internet. The old Knock simply told you someone wanted you to log back into the game, but it only worked when you were templogged to POL so you could view the internet, so it was really only of use to PC players, and in that form it would serve no useful purpose with Windowed mode, since there was no message about the time of the knock.
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Oh, God.../gag

That was dreadful.
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WOW!

That is quite a find! Thanks for the link.

Anyone notice that the first part of that interface load looks surprising like PS3's interface?
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#9 Sep 19 2009 at 11:05 AM Rating: Excellent
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I wonder if there was ever a chance of POL working, or if it was just misguided from the start.

Obviously on PC it was just a bad idea. I cringed at the sight of that program going fullscreen and taking over the entire computer. And looking at the features list -- games, chat, music, strategy guides -- it seems that even in their marketing fantasy world they couldn't come up with any really compelling features. Anything POL might have done would have been better served by just allowing the player access to outside programs and websites. (I wonder if this is why they fought the windower for so long. Was there still the ghost of a plan somewhere to implement all this junk into POL eventually?)

The only place it might have worked is on a console, where features like this weren't readily available already. A precursor to XBox Live, I guess.

But to even begin to justify it, they would have needed a whole **** of a lot more content than just FFXI/Tetra Master based on the platform. This is a major corporation, so surely they didn't create this thing without hundreds of pages of analysis and a bunch of powerpoint presentations neatly mapping out the future.

I wonder what happened. FFXI did perfectly well, so that didn't kill the idea. There was that Fantasy Earth flop, but that didn't look like too big a deal.

Maybe it goes back to Spirits Within nearly bankrupting them. Most of the company's disappointments around that time seemed to.
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I'm sure a part of it was anticipating more titles to be available on POL. If POL had been more seamless, i.e., you could remain logged in to FFXI while accessing POL, it would have been much more useful, particularly if POL had its own browser. Honestly, that seems like the downfall of POL to me-- that they never made it accessible within FFXI.

Because if they had, and you could play other games like Tetra Master (only preferably much better games would be released) while waiting for a party, it would have really changed the climate of the game.
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Playonline Viewer does seem like one huge unfinished project imo.

In fact I can can think of one thing that directly proves this points. Years ago within the deepest depths of Playonline I found This little gem. The history of playonline, with only one addition ever, last updated 2005... I'd guess that perhaps someone quit, or their budget was cut. There's alot more I could show you, but just have a poke around Playonline, through all the menus and just see all the half finished stuff in it.


The sad thing is, it's never gonna change, **** it got worse for the Xbox 360, Tetra master was just ignored, and yet all of its menus still appear as if you could access it...

If they do make a FF14 PoL, I really hope they take it all the way
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#12 Sep 20 2009 at 2:41 PM Rating: Good
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I'm sure a part of it was anticipating more titles to be available on POL. If POL had been more seamless, i.e., you could remain logged in to FFXI while accessing POL, it would have been much more useful, particularly if POL had its own browser. Honestly, that seems like the downfall of POL to me-- that they never made it accessible within FFXI.

Because if they had, and you could play other games like Tetra Master (only preferably much better games would be released) while waiting for a party, it would have really changed the climate of the game.


There were other games for POL, but they didn't come out in NA/EU. Jong Hollow wasn't added because almost everyone in the west plays Mahjong solitaire, but doesn't know how to play the real game. (I've tried to learn, but you need someone to play against...) Front Mission Online was also a POL game, but it never had a NA/EU localization either (which is too bad because I like Front Mission).

I think you're right about the main problem being the lack of a browser and of use from INSIDE FFXI. I'm fairly confident that with those two things, Windower probably never would have happened, especially once Google Docs came out.

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Playonline Viewer does seem like one huge unfinished project imo.

In fact I can can think of one thing that directly proves this points. Years ago within the deepest depths of Playonline I found This little gem. The history of playonline, with only one addition ever, last updated 2005... I'd guess that perhaps someone quit, or their budget was cut. There's alot more I could show you, but just have a poke around Playonline, through all the menus and just see all the half finished stuff in it.


You might be right. This reminds me of the second disc of Xenogears... I'm sure the whole rocking chair stories thing was from either budget cuts or from running behind schedule for the release.


One of my main questions still needs answering though, with either the PS3 or Xbox360, is it possible to browse the internet or listen to/change music while playing FFXI without leaving the game? I don't have either, so that's why I'd like to know.

Edited, Sep 20th 2009 4:49pm by LadyOfHolyDarkness
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I really liked Xenogears too. The ending did feel rushed, but I was actually a little surprised that they ended up scrapping so much.
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EverQuest 2 was also supposed to be using POL.
#15 Sep 20 2009 at 6:21 PM Rating: Good
From what I've read, the EQII beta used it. I'm not sure if the release version uses it though.
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Since I play FFXI on the PC, I'm curious... do you have the ability to listen to music from outside the game or browse the internet while playing, all on the console you are using it to play from? That's mostly why this looked cool to me.

To answer this, on the Xbox you can bring up the menu by pushing the Guide button but doing anything with it would force you out of the game. Haven't played in quite some time now though so it may have changed.
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#17 Sep 22 2009 at 1:36 AM Rating: Excellent
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That video was really done by a professional company?

Wow.

Also, does it bother anyone else when someone types every sentence with a smiley face at the end? It kind of creeps me out, and makes me feel like I never smile since I never type a lame smiley...
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That video was really done by a professional company?

Wow.

Also, does it bother anyone else when someone types every sentence with a smiley face at the end? It kind of creeps me out, and makes me feel like I never smile since I never type a lame smiley...


I agree. :D

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I really liked Xenogears too. The ending did feel rushed, but I was actually a little surprised that they ended up scrapping so much.
I liked that they were going to go back and complete it, through the use of the Xenosaga series, but they forgot to make it a game. Lots of pretty cutscenes, though. I don't remember if they even got Episode 4 of Xenosaga out, but I am certain they never got episode 6. Shame, really. I was hoping they'd remake Xenogears (Episode 5 of the series) with new graphics, cutscenes, and voice actors and kept the rest the same. That would have been epic. Or you know, would have been if any of that was true. Meh. Still trying to figure out why there is only three episodes of Saga, and Gears was episode five of six ... and Saga was supposed to be six episodes ... so stupid.

But yeah, Disc 2 was mind bogglingly ... well, mind boggling. Free roaming to rails. Blah.

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I have to admit that I am a huge fan of the Xenosaga trilogy, but more in the way one is a fan of the Star Wars trilogy, or the Wheel of Time books. It was an incredibly engaging story and had a cast of compelling characters. But by god I hope you weren't planning on interacting with the games. I should really play Xenogears, I can never quite seem to work up the motivation; and since the Xenosaga and Xenogears plots are so differentiated, I don't feel motivated by the "completion" urge.

And no, they never released episode 4, in fact, they from what I can tell, the sort of cut episode 3 into a tiny subsection of it's original plot and put the rest into a weird exposition at the beginning of the game.

Edited, Sep 22nd 2009 8:57am by Hulan
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Or you know, would have been if any of that was true. Meh. Still trying to figure out why there is only three episodes of Saga, and Gears was episode five of six ... and Saga was supposed to be six episodes ... so stupid.


Well, I didn't really keep up with the series, but my understanding was that they ended up condensing the story into three games, and still managed to finish it. The way it was explained to me was that they managed to get the four games done as three.

I played Xenogears a long time ago and really enjoyed it. Officially I'm pretty sure there's no connection with the makers of Xenogears and Xenosaga. My understanding was that Xenosaga actually started off as a sort of "fair use" fanfic of a Xenogears prequel. But maybe they eventually secured some kind of rights to the title?

Anyway, take that with a grain of salt because it's been years since I read up on it. I played through the first Xenosaga and enjoyed it, but I ended up not playing II or III because I was expecting it to be years before they were all released. I knew I'd forget story details in that time so I decided to wait until they were all out. And now I just don't have that kind of time :c
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Yeah, it was originally planned to be a six parter, and it was done by the people who brought us Xenogears, who's ending states the game was episode five of six, and it still had the Xeno prefix. However, said people moved to another company so they technically couldn't interact the two games together, but could still make it similar. So it was going to be a six parter stand alone which borrowed elements from Gears. The second game didn't do too well; My guess is because people were highly disappointed in the lack of interactivity in the first episode. Anyway, between two and three a lot of the original people left the game to work on other projects, so they had to cut the rest of the plans and end it at three. I'm not sure if I think its a shame or a blessing. The story was good, but -- well, it's a video game, not a fifty dollar audio-visual book.

Honestly, if I thought Square read any of this, I'd like them to answer why they spend so much on the Final Fantasy name (Which, let's be honest: Has produced more flops than legends), and get the prequels and the final chapter of Xenogears created by hiring the original people back. Oh, and remake the original Xenogears. Seriously, I'd be all over that like Micheal Vick on dog fights.

Also: If they ever started a Video Game History class in schools, I'd totally rock it as a teacher. Smiley: schooled
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I'd want to teach game design concepts. Really, more than anything. If I could do anything, that's what I'd want to do. Well, and maybe head up a few games as well.

Wait, where was I?

Oh right. You're talking about Square, who won't even do a remake of ******* CHRONOTRIGGER because it's "not popular enough."
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#24 Sep 22 2009 at 11:13 AM Rating: Good
From what I've heard, the problem was that Square didn't feel like doing any of the earlier chapters, even after detailing how they'd go in Perfect Works, then the Xenogears team left and joined monolith and they started making Xenosaga, but they couldn't get the rights to make it a prequel, so they called it a spiritual prequel to Xenogears... I head that the main people in charge of the project had all left monolith by the time Xenosaga Episode 3 was out though.

I was still hoping against all reason that the Xenosaga trilogy was going to be Xenogears chapter 1 all the way up until the second to the last boss fight in episode 3. After all the stuff about who Telos and KOS-MOS were really supposed to be, I realized that EVERY Xenogears reference in the series turned out to be a big teaser to keep me playing...



Oh, and about ending sentences with smilies... I used to end most of my sentences with those (^_^) ones when I started playing FFXI. I think it's something many people do early on and then grow out of.

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Oh right. You're talking about Square, who won't even do a remake of @#%^ing CHRONOTRIGGER because it's "not popular enough."


PS2 limitations. (It's easier to pump out a port with an added minimap and a new dungeon than make a new game, and God help anyone that touches our IP, even if we won't, and it's non-profit. All those suckers... I mean customers... LOVE buying the same thing over and over again because a dungeon was added.)

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Oh, and about ending sentences with smilies... I used to end most of my sentences with those (^_^) ones when I started playing FFXI. I think it's something many people do early on and then grow out of.

Edited, Sep 22nd 2009 1:17pm by LadyOfHolyDarkness


Same thing happened to me, shortly after playing I found I constintely used smiley faces (:3 =o ^^ ;o; mostly) Sad thing is.....I never grew out of it, Guess that what happens for playing FF11 for 7 years ;o;
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PS2 limitations. (It's easier to pump out a port with an added minimap and a new dungeon than make a new game, and God help anyone that touches our IP, even if we won't, and it's non-profit. All those suckers... I mean customers... LOVE buying the same thing over and over again because a dungeon was added.)


Yeah, I know all about that. And that's what has me so irate about their position.
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Since I play FFXI on the PC, I'm curious... do you have the ability to listen to music from outside the game or browse the internet while playing, all on the console you are using it to play from? That's mostly why this looked cool to me.

To answer this, on the Xbox you can bring up the menu by pushing the Guide button but doing anything with it would force you out of the game. Haven't played in quite some time now though so it may have changed.


With the NXE (new UI for 360 came out last year) you can do all the music-related functions from inside FFXI, so you can definitely listen to your music while playing. You can also use MSN chat and voice chat while in FFXI. (There's no browser on 360 tho, and even if there was it would almost certainly be a fullscreen thing).

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#28 Sep 22 2009 at 6:55 PM Rating: Good
Is it possible to connect to a Ventrilo server from either a PS3 or a 360? My linkshell uses Vent for our VoIP.
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No Vent on 360, and almost certainly not on PS3. One of many reasons that even with a console, you need at least a netbook or something in addition (forums / wiki being the other big one).

Good news is a $200-250 netbook can handle almost anything you'd need outside the console (music, web, Vent, etc) (then again, this + console + accessories starts to approach the cost of a reasonable gaming PC).

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Speaking of Ventrilo, that was the one thing that made me sad about having a PS3 release. I don't really want to have to go back to only using text-based chat. I like Vent, and it's something that I was uncomfortable with at first in my transition from XI to WoW, but now I absolutely love it.

Can't enforce it like you usually can in WoW though, you'll get the "I'm on the PS3" guys ruining it for you, thus making it a pretty useless way to explain boss strategies and other such issues. Hopefully they come out with an in-game voice chat for both platforms, but I'm not getting my hopes up at this point.
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Speaking of Ventrilo, that was the one thing that made me sad about having a PS3 release. I don't really want to have to go back to only using text-based chat. I like Vent, and it's something that I was uncomfortable with at first in my transition from XI to WoW, but now I absolutely love it.

Can't enforce it like you usually can in WoW though, you'll get the "I'm on the PS3" guys ruining it for you, thus making it a pretty useless way to explain boss strategies and other such issues. Hopefully they come out with an in-game voice chat for both platforms, but I'm not getting my hopes up at this point.


It's not pretty. I always wanted voice chat for XI, but I accepted the "PS2 limitations" argument, sort of. Though I never played it, my roommate was using voice chat for Socom Navy Seals on PS2, which was released months before FFXI. Now, just about every game with online capabilities has voice chat. Yet, SE won't get on the ball and make voice chat the standard in its new MMO. This is by far my biggest disappointment in FFXIV. I would like to voice chat with people when strategy is paramount to group success. I don't mind typing when it's casual linkshell chat, but having voice chat in some circumstances could make/break a gaming experience.
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...Anyway, I like vent because it means you can talk to friends even if they are doing something else. I've had lots of conversations with people playing FFXI while I was playing another game, working on something, or listening to music/watching something. I set up a second vent client with a virtual audio cable so I could play music in vent even.
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One thing I find interesting about PlayOnline... As big of a failure as it was... It seems like that other company is attempting to copy and steal the idea. They are currently in the process of working on Battle.net 2.0, which is more or less supposed to do everything PlayOnline claimed it was going to do and a bit more. Most notably things such as cross-server/cross-game friendslist, messaging and voicechat. Along with assorted other things such as IIRC a streaming music service.

It should be interesting to see if it turns out to become the same pain in the *** as the idea it was stolen from, or if they are actually going to make it work.
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One thing I find interesting about PlayOnline... As big of a failure as it was... It seems like that other company is attempting to copy and steal the idea. They are currently in the process of working on Battle.net 2.0, which is more or less supposed to do everything PlayOnline claimed it was going to do and a bit more. Most notably things such as cross-server/cross-game friendslist, messaging and voicechat. Along with assorted other things such as IIRC a streaming music service.

It should be interesting to see if it turns out to become the same pain in the *** as the idea it was stolen from, or if they are actually going to make it work.
Blizzard "copying and stealing" it? You realize that most modern gaming consoles pretty much have this exact system, right?
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*gasp* You said the name of they who must not be mentioned. Don't you know this forum freaks out if you say their name? D:
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*gasp* You said the name of they who must not be mentioned. Don't you know this forum freaks out if you say their name? D:
Hi guys, my name is Zackary, and I'm a Warcraft playing heathen. I also enjoy eating the souls of babies in my spare time, and I'm the prime example of why the XI community sucked. It's obvious that I hated the community, and for this reason leveled Beastmaster. Not to quote 4chan or anything here, but...

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My name is John, and I hate every single one of you. All of you are fat, retarded, no-lifes who spend every second of their day looking at stupid *** pictures. You are everything bad in the world. Honestly, have any of you ever gotten any pussy? I mean, I guess it's fun making fun of people because of your own insecurities, but you all take to a whole new level. This is even worse than jerking off to pictures on facebook.

Don't be a stranger. Just hit me with your best shot. I'm pretty much perfect. I was captain of the football team, and starter on my basketball team. What sports do you play, other than "jack off to naked drawn Japanese people"? I also get straight A's, and have a banging hot girlfriend (She just blew me; sh*t was SO cash). You are all faggots who should just kill yourselves. Thanks for listening.

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Basically, I'm the cancer that is killing /b/.

PS: What was the point of this? I don't know. I just want this thread to end.

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Wow, we have something in common, maybe we should hook up sometime? :P
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I totally reported that image out of blind rage.
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But in doing so I came across the will to disagree.
And I gave up. Yes, I gave up, and then I gave in.
But I take responsibility for every single sin. ♪ ♫


Thank god I stopped playing MMOs.
#42 Sep 23 2009 at 10:02 AM Rating: Default
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have a banging hot girlfriend (She just blew me; sh*t was SO cash). You are all ******* who should just kill yourselves.


I hope that was a fake attempt at meme like 90% of the stuff on 4chan. Otherwise:

1) SO cash? Are you ******* kidding me? That's the kind of thing someone who is mocking a douche would say. Mockingly.
2) Calling people ******** right. Way to rise above the /b/tards.
3) Wow, that girl would probably be really hot if she weren't a total *****.
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Ok, now we're going to get slash fiction of Wint x Kachi somehere... rule 34 and all...

Never confuse your inference as the listener for an implication of the speaker.

Good games are subjective like good food is subjective. You're not going to seriously tell me that there's not a psychological basis for why pizza is great and lutefisk is revolting. The thing about subjectivity is that, as subjects go, humans actually have a great deal in common.
#43 Sep 23 2009 at 10:28 AM Rating: Decent
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Kachi wrote:
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have a banging hot girlfriend (She just blew me; sh*t was SO cash). You are all ******* who should just kill yourselves.


I hope that was a fake attempt at meme like 90% of the stuff on 4chan. Otherwise:

1) SO cash? Are you @#%^ing kidding me? That's the kind of thing someone who is mocking a douche would say. Mockingly.
2) Calling people ******** right. Way to rise above the /b/tards.
3) Wow, that girl would probably be really hot if she weren't a total *****.
It's a copypasta.
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Yes, I lost faith in the powers that be.
But in doing so I came across the will to disagree.
And I gave up. Yes, I gave up, and then I gave in.
But I take responsibility for every single sin. ♪ ♫


Thank god I stopped playing MMOs.
#44 Sep 23 2009 at 10:49 AM Rating: Decent
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I see. I haven't actually been there since... well, since before that was a forced meme.
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Hyrist wrote:
Ok, now we're going to get slash fiction of Wint x Kachi somehere... rule 34 and all...

Never confuse your inference as the listener for an implication of the speaker.

Good games are subjective like good food is subjective. You're not going to seriously tell me that there's not a psychological basis for why pizza is great and lutefisk is revolting. The thing about subjectivity is that, as subjects go, humans actually have a great deal in common.
#45 Sep 24 2009 at 3:31 AM Rating: Decent
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I totally reported that image out of blind rage.
Old-chan is rolling in his grave. I hope you're happy.
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#46 Sep 24 2009 at 8:56 AM Rating: Decent
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Good news is a $200-250 netbook can handle almost anything you'd need outside the console


Oh hey, but do they actually make netbooks that you can get for 200-250? All the ones I've seen for that price also require some ridiculous wireless contract that runs another 200+ dollars.
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Hyrist wrote:
Ok, now we're going to get slash fiction of Wint x Kachi somehere... rule 34 and all...

Never confuse your inference as the listener for an implication of the speaker.

Good games are subjective like good food is subjective. You're not going to seriously tell me that there's not a psychological basis for why pizza is great and lutefisk is revolting. The thing about subjectivity is that, as subjects go, humans actually have a great deal in common.
#47 Sep 24 2009 at 11:22 PM Rating: Good
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TUROOOOOOO!!!
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