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Comment: Re:spin-offs are always awful (Score 5, Insightful) 385

by domasx2 (#32507334) Attached to: Why Are Video Game Movies So Awful?
A lot of (perhaps even the majority) of grood movies are based on books. Also there is s a growing trend of making pretty decent movies based on comics. Therefore, spin offs are not automatically doomed to be lame. The biggest problem, i think, is that movie studios don't take video games seriously enough yet - the general attitude is "it's for kids, throw in a few half-assed CGI effects and it will do". But if comic books broke through this barrier, certainly it is possible for video games.

Comment: Re:I have the first review (Score 1) 84

by domasx2 (#32493944) Attached to: <em>Dungeon Siege III</em> Being Developed by Obsidian

Come on, name ONE game they made which had story killing bugs! 1) (Intelligence)You're right, I can't!

In Vampire: Bloodlines on a certain main story mission the next level would fail to load when it was supposed to. Thankfully, the workaround was to open the console and enter a command to load it manually at the right time. Still, having to google a workaround to progress is bad. I know, Bloodlines technically was developed by Troika. Still, mostly the same crew.

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