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Comment: Re:Please retire... (Score 1) 266

by Bugamn (#47868643) Attached to: John Romero On Reinventing the Shooter
It worse when the desire to make an action movie works in detriment of the action game. Half Life had an almost perfect pacing. Valve knows how to lead the player. But many of those modern shooters don't. At a moment playing Battlefield 3 I was baffled because the game demanded that I stepped on a specific point before it would throw enemies against me and it all felt too artificial, like a director that wanted me to take my position before shooting the scene. That breaks immersion completely.

Comment: Re:How do you say... (Score 1) 125

by Bugamn (#47611107) Attached to: Robotic Suit Gives Shipyard Workers Super Strength
I think it wasn't a literal translation, since the original was "you bitch" and the translation means "dog offspring", although this can be literally translated to son of a bitch, then the question is if this has the same weight. Also, he said "commonly used expletive", so I believe he knows what he talks about.

Comment: Re:There are only 4 editors (Score 1) 402

by Bugamn (#47593255) Attached to: Comparison: Linux Text Editors

I'm sorry if that sounded a bit aggressive, but I never liked Emacs combos. I did however find that the Lisp integration looked really powerful, if I wanted to dive into that. I can see then why someone that used Emacs only for the combos wouldn't mind leaving it, while someone that had invested in the Lisp configuration would never want to go.

Personally, I prefer to write in VIm since I got used to the composability of commands and I can't find this feature in other editors. As long as everyone is happy and no one is forcing me to use their editor, everyone can use whatever they like.

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