No mod points, but would bump it up for the astute observation of if evasive manuevers were an AC or not and the point on regulatory creep.
Remember Palm? How they watched as the tech passed them by and never quite caught up. In their heyday, they had the market cornered for PIMs and saw the smartphone just kill them off. Their attempts to become relevant again were feeble at best.
Turn on the backlight to the GPS or hopefully you picked up the lantern in the previous room.
Agreed. Stupid people are more likely to die. Enuf said.
Yes, you had to be there to appreciate it for what it was at the time.
Fallout Series (1,2,3, New Vegas, Oblivion, Morrowind) all good. Yes, can get dull at times traveling in their worlds, but interactive SP play is worth it. Not to mention the Mod community for Fallout and Oblivion that provide addons, upgrades and creativity. Also worth noting the mod community for the Half Life/Half Life 2 (origin of Counterstrike), plus all the addons (e.g. Gary's mod) and various scenarios based on the HL engine . If you have a good thing, gamers and independent developers will keep supporting the game and keep you coming back.
Got no mod points to give... posting to agree with your point of adding or trying to add MP onto SP games.
Mod +1, funny. Sry, got no real points to give.
I assume Facebook started out with good intentions to be solely a social network with no designs on commercializing the concept. However, the dollar has skewed that. In this case, money talks.
Hmm. Whenever I have received mod points, I made sure to use them and not blow it off. And have been pretty consistent in how I used them. Not sure who the mod point gods are but hopefully you didn't do anything in the past to piss them off.
Maginot was built to fight WWI technology and tactics. In the interim, mechanized infantry and tanks had advanced so that the blitzkrieg could actually be accomplished. In the history of warfare, haven't alot of changes in tactics been decided on the advances in technology that the loser did not forecast or plan for?
Your answer makes me think a good analogy is junk mail. I don't request any junk mail, but it shows up in my snail mail box regularly. Junk mailers have the same modus operandi... send it out in volumes and bank that a tiny percentage will respond. I don't think that junk mail or unsolicited ad mailers will ever go away.. its part of the "system".
Obvious flamebait. Get real dude.
Just finished playing Fallout and Fallout 2, after playing Fallout 3 (twice). I think there is continuity in the story line and the "world" of Fallout is maintained in Fallout 3. The biggest difference is playing from a different perspective since FO3 is first person. The biggest improvement IMO is that travel in FO3 is better. I had a few random encounters in FO and FO2 where I got wiped out, whereas in FO3 you can better manage when to run away. Just started FO Tactics with much improved graphics, but not much of a storyline. If only they would go back and upgrade the graphics to the first two....
Here, here. Totally agree. Relatively open public forums will have their share of trolls, critics and the kind. The challenge is sorting the wheat from the chaff and to whose standard?