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#148503 - I've recorded a song that I'm kind of proud of, would be nice …  [+] (5 new replies) 13 hours ago on Music - new music, hip hop... +1
User avatar #148533 - midnighteyes (6 hours ago) [-]
I only assume you didn't know how to record based on the description underneath the song.
User avatar #148532 - midnighteyes (6 hours ago) [-]
For an early recording when you previously didn't know how, you did a pretty great job. The song itself really isn't bad. The abrupt transitions are a little odd and take a little away from the cohesiveness of the song. You have a good voice, but definitely keep working on vocal control and breath control to smooth out some of the tougher chord changes and hit those higher notes with ease. You guys have a cool sound, very reminiscent of the Beatles, as well as other classic rock icons. I really dig the chord progressions and layering of instruments. The addition of the keys was a tasteful decision.
User avatar #148507 - shibe (11 hours ago) [-]
but if i were you, i'd get rid of the synths, they're fairly cheesy
User avatar #148506 - shibe (11 hours ago) [-]
i like your voice

this could honestly be really fucking good if it was produced a little bit better
User avatar #148504 - PopcornViking (12 hours ago) [-]
its not bad

i just hate nasally voices
like the lead singer in o.a.r., oasis, and angels and airwaves
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#1953 - midnighteyes (10 hours ago) [-]
I am also a guitar addict. What kind of music does your band play?
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#1427 - awkwardjew (13 hours ago) [-]
I would have a PC, but I'm a student so I'm poor will do questionable things for money...
#208 - The thing is, the base game itself was well worth the 70€ pr… 04/19/2015 on Tell EA to fuck off 0
#193 - Didn't love it, but yeah, it did enjoy for around 40 hours, so…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/19/2015 on Tell EA to fuck off 0
User avatar #203 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
the amount of data locked away inside the games programing will make your head spin. tons of dialogues massive questline. hell what some people think of as the backbone of the game stripped down to a few quests.

but that doesnt make skyrim a bad game now does it? bethesda has a long history of cutting content out of their games yet no one says a word. they are the perfect example of what i talk about. did you have fun? and if the answer is yes thats all that really matters now isnt it
#208 - hairibar (04/19/2015) [-]
The thing is, the base game itself was well worth the 70€ price tag.
The amount of content in it is astonishing. Sim City in the other hand, stopped being fun after 10 hours of gameplay for pretty much everyone.
BF4 barely worked. The least you expect from a 70€ game is that it'll work.

DLC itself isn't bad, the problem is when companies abuse it. EA has long history of doing so.
#187 - There where many, many choices in Mass Effect, them not affect…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/19/2015 on Tell EA to fuck off +5
User avatar #188 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
how many endings were in the first two mass effect games. think real hard about that for a second. the answer was one. you get one cutscene regardless of your decision in both games prior to mass effect 3. mass effect is a series about the journey not the destination.

the mass majority of people werent all hyped up ready to buy sim city sitting at there computer waiting for the clock to hit midnight so they could download it. if you were good for you.

the sims is like madden as far as im concerned. youve had enough time to learn they arent making it for serious gamers. they make it for the people who will buy it. did they add in less content? sure did they release it unfinished? probably not

titanfall is again exactly what you were told it would be. multiplayer only, basicly brink with giant robots.

and finally the new battlefront isnt out yet so we cant really make a determination on quality now can we.

heres the thing. i speak for the vast majority of gamers. was the game fun? yes. did i get at least 20 hours of entertainment out of it? yes. did i thinksomething drasticly important was missing? no

i am curious though. do you like skyrim?
#193 - hairibar (04/19/2015) [-]
Didn't love it, but yeah, it did enjoy for around 40 hours, so that's pretty good.
User avatar #203 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
the amount of data locked away inside the games programing will make your head spin. tons of dialogues massive questline. hell what some people think of as the backbone of the game stripped down to a few quests.

but that doesnt make skyrim a bad game now does it? bethesda has a long history of cutting content out of their games yet no one says a word. they are the perfect example of what i talk about. did you have fun? and if the answer is yes thats all that really matters now isnt it
#208 - hairibar (04/19/2015) [-]
The thing is, the base game itself was well worth the 70€ price tag.
The amount of content in it is astonishing. Sim City in the other hand, stopped being fun after 10 hours of gameplay for pretty much everyone.
BF4 barely worked. The least you expect from a 70€ game is that it'll work.

DLC itself isn't bad, the problem is when companies abuse it. EA has long history of doing so.
#177 - If you preorder from a retailer, the retailer buys the game fr… 04/19/2015 on Tell EA to fuck off +4
#176 - Wait... You're saying EA has not released incomplete games. …  [+] (30 new replies) 04/19/2015 on Tell EA to fuck off +7
User avatar #183 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
mass effect 3 had a free DLC that only came out because the gamers were whining it didnt end like heavy rain with 20 different endings. they had no intention of making one and eventually caved because of the reason i listed.

i have not played the other games so i will not comment on them. if you would be able to provide other examples outside of the ones massively picked apart by people who didnt actually play them (im looking at sim city specificly) please continue
User avatar #235 - hydraetis (04/19/2015) [-]
Mass Effect 1 = only 1 general ending since it's the beginning of the series, though various quests have impact in later games. ex: whether Kaidan or Ashley lives, whether Wrex is spared, the state of the council, etc.

Mass Effect 2 = Ending decides who survives into ME3, survivors will show up in various missions and Tali & Garrus will be available as squad members if still living.

Mass Effect 3 = You have destroy, control, or harmony. None of the shitload of decisions made previously affect those three endings. Even choices made in the same game affect it (I went into the ending sequence with maximum galactic readiness and all quests resolved, I expected to see at least some major ass-kicking happen in the space battle but nope, forces still struggle with the fight all the same).

The DLC should never have been a DLC, the ending should have had all that shit from the beginning.

There is also the thing with the Prothean squad member Day-1 DLC. Day 1 DLC is already a scumbag thing to do, but in the case of the Prothean it was even worse, due to the extreme significance of the Protheans to the story.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ri0vrJ-y2zM
Total Biscuit on ME3
User avatar #243 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
so you have in fact confirmed setup but one ending more setup but still one ending then multiple endings but slightly lazy cutscene work. mass effect was never about the destination as i said. you always knew how it was going to end. you win shepard dies.(or you take option four and he still dies) yes the final wrapup dlc helped but i didnt feel it was necessary.

and my thing about from ashes. javic was not important in the slightest. he gave no benefit whatsoever. was he an interesting character? yes, but he didnt add so much that the game felt incomplete without him. in fact i always hate going back to eden prime. he just kind of takes up space in my cargo hold and makes my trips back to the citadel longer
User avatar #248 - hydraetis (04/19/2015) [-]
Mass Effect was built on the idea of "your decisions affect the outcome", but in the end it turned out that your decisions didn't affect jackshit in terms of the outcome. What the fuck is the point of all that set up and shit if in the end it never even mattered anyway?
User avatar #253 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
really? hows tali doing? garrus? wrex? miranda? mordin? ashley? jack? jacob? trainer? conrad vernon? i could go on and on but just think for a second about the actual outcome of your actions as commander shepard. is there a halfbreed running around who will only know their father as a her? did tali take that plaque with her and hang it in her house hoping that someday hell walk through the door. does ashley sit at home still hating herself for doubting you?

this is what i mean by the journey not the destination. because theyre lives do go on. and yes this is me getting overly attached to videogame charcters but knowing that garrus. is going to make a calibrations joke to someone and it just nt feel the same messes me up inside. thats what good story telling is
User avatar #258 - hydraetis (04/19/2015) [-]
Mass Effect 2 = you can buy upgrades for the normandy.

If you get all the upgrades, you get a scene where the Normandy absolutely wrecks shit, destroying the Collector Ship as easily as it destroyed the previous Normandy. If you get none of the upgrades, the Normandy takes an absolute beating and you lose 3 or so squad members before you even touch down on their home base.

Mass Effect 3. Like I said, I made sure to get to maximum Galactic Readiness, doing every last side mission in the game before entering the final sequence, expecting to see the same badassery of the Normandy scene in ME2, only now with an entire Galactic fleet going against the Reapers. I didn't get jack-shit. There was no clear evidence of my preparation having any effect on the sequence at all, an absolutely major let-down coming from ME2.
User avatar #260 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
was youre romance alive?
User avatar #261 - hydraetis (04/19/2015) [-]
Dude, 50% of the ending being there does not make it better.

End of ME2 = I had everyone living, and my epic conclusion to the events of the game.

End of ME3 = I had everyone living (minus people like Mordin), and no epic conclusion to the events of the game.
User avatar #266 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
thats my point you got the best ending shitt happens if you dont have a high enough rating. people fucking die
User avatar #278 - hydraetis (04/19/2015) [-]
My point is that the "best ending" was a fucking lame ending given the grandeur of the whole trilogy.

The trilogy deserved a more extravagant ending than just another "X lived/died". Besides, I don't think the ending in ME3 even has anyone die if you fuck up, unlike ME2.

Plus they cut golden shit like this out of the ending, even though having it in there would have made the final sequence vastly more engaging. Mass Effect 3 - Cut Dialogue Between Anderson and Shepard Extended
User avatar #289 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
with too low of a battle readiness whever you ramanced will die. thats why i asked that. and you know what im sorry you didnt get your keleidiscope of endings but please quit shitting on it for the people who it actually hit because we thought about this already. i didnt have to be tolled by a cutscene that shit happens people will feel things people will be forever changed by the ending. i didnt just control shepard through his travels. when i played mass effect i became shepard.

look im sorry if im getting upset but to me the gaming community has just forgotten to enjoy games
User avatar #403 - hydraetis (04/19/2015) [-]
I'm saying I enjoyed the series up until the ending, at which point I felt ripped off.

Game = good

Ending = bad

Overall experience = incomplete due to lack of satisfying conclusion
User avatar #404 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
fine whatever im happy with it your not lets go make breakfast im hungry
User avatar #393 - hydraetis (04/19/2015) [-]
"And for the love of fuck, I already said that I thought the rest was great , just that the ending specifically did not leave me and most others as satisfied as it should have, as it did not live up to the build-up leading to that exact moment."
User avatar #401 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
then whats this entire fucking argument about? seriously weve been going back and forth wth me telling you the game was fine and you saying the entire thing was ruined because the ending pssed in your cornflakes seriously. yes or no its simple did the five minute cutscen ruin everything or not for you thats all ive been fucking saying and you cant pick a side on that. youll say you enjoyed the entire thing then the ending ruined the whole series
User avatar #374 - hydraetis (04/19/2015) [-]
Ugh. The point of the comparison was that it would be an extremely disappointing conclusion to the excitement of the rest of the fucking trilogy.

To most people, the ME3 ending was an extremely disappointing conclusion to the excitement of the rest of the trilogy. It was not fucking being given bad coffee at the end of the meal, it was getting shot in the foot or having the hot coffee dumped on you. Endings are a much bigger fucking deal to most people than you seem to understand.

And for the love of fuck, I already said that I thought the rest was great and if I do recall, you haven't even played ME 1 or ME 2, so I have no idea why you're trying to talk about the series as a whole , just that the ending specifically did not leave me and most others as satisfied as it should have, as it did not live up to the build-up leading to that exact moment.
User avatar #389 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
ok please do explain how i havent played the first two games.
heres the difference between your scenarios and mine. your scenarios something goes catestrophicly wrong something that should not under any circumstance happen
my scenario is a good possibility. not a single fucking mass effect game give you miltiple endings.
human or alien council sovereign dies the end. cutscene about the length of the slightly different scenes in 3. in 2 the council is made of a turian a salarian and an asari who all look very similar to the old council.
at the end of two you decide to blow it up or not thats the last cutscene apparently youre decisions are solely based off of that one fucking cutscene right? all the bad assery you did before hand isnt important because 2 has one fucking cutscene
User avatar #360 - hydraetis (04/19/2015) [-]
For you, maybe. But for most people, no.

Here's another example: If during the final events of Star Wars Ep.6 Luke just got shot in the head and Sidious just clapped his hands together and said "well that's that I guess." and carried on with business as usual.

Endings make or break stories. A good one can make an otherwise average story seem great personal example being inFamous. In both games, the story was decent but nothing all that spectacular or noteworthy. But then I get to the ending, and all of a sudden I'm thinking holy fuck that shit was amazing! what with the major twist at the end of the first and the extremely emotional good ending for the second , or it can completely remove someone from the story and leave the entire experience in bad taste, even if the lead-up was fantastic.

And that's what happened with most of the players, they followed along with the story for 3 games and got extremely into it, then had their hopes and expectations dashed by what they felt was a highly lacklustre conclusion in comparison to the everything else in the story. To most people, endings carry far more weight to the experience than they appear to do to you.
User avatar #363 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
youre example is kind of backwards what youre saying is instead of the good but bland ending a bad ending happened like anderson shot shepard in the face while under the illusive mans control. now to say luke walked in shot the bad guy and walked out that would be a better comparison. look im done arguing if you want to think that because the ending was lackluster in youre eyes the entire series means nothing fine
User avatar #348 - hydraetis (04/19/2015) [-]
My point is that the ending was a disappointment. How good the rest of the series was is irrelevant to said point. If I had been one of the people that paid full dollar for it on release, I would have felt pretty sour as well.

It's like if you went to an event where you got the most delicious dinner in the history of man, except there was a catch you didn't know about where you are shot in the foot afterwards. Sure, the dinner was fucking fantastic, but that isn't going to stop the bullet going through your foot from souring the experience.
User avatar #350 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
using your example the closest thing it could be compared to is the coffee was shit (big fancy multicourse meals serve coffee after dessert)
User avatar #339 - hydraetis (04/19/2015) [-]
Lol, all I wanted was more obvious effects of high EMS (eg: more epic shots of Reapers getting fucking owned). Up until that sequence I was into it to the point where I was legitimately having to remind myself that the galaxy wasn't actually in danger, as the sense of urgency and desperation I was feeling in game were sometimes continuing even when I wasn't playing.
User avatar #340 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
thats been my whole point. did five minutes really erase everything that was felt up till that point? does the entire series of improving gameplay and everything get tossed out because the final cutscene?
User avatar #331 - hydraetis (04/19/2015) [-]
That only happens if you romanced someone that's part of the squad, and so for me that doesn't apply. I romanced Miranda in ME2, and her life depends on you not fucking up during her missions in ME3, not the military strength. Same goes for anyone who romanced Jack.
User avatar #334 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
fine whatever you win the ending was shit and all the fucking emotions everyone who actually got invested in the story mean nothing because you didnt get 80 fucking endings
#187 - hairibar (04/19/2015) [-]
There where many, many choices in Mass Effect, them not affecting the ending is utter bullshit.

And what do you mean, massively picked up by people. who haven't played them?
I personally was disappointed by Sim City and BF4.

Want more examples? Sims 4 was incredibly limited compared to Sims 3 (plus the sims dlc stuff is just ridiculous). Want all the sims 3 content? That'll be 529,81€

TItanfall, this new Batllefront... I think those aren't exactly few.
User avatar #188 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
how many endings were in the first two mass effect games. think real hard about that for a second. the answer was one. you get one cutscene regardless of your decision in both games prior to mass effect 3. mass effect is a series about the journey not the destination.

the mass majority of people werent all hyped up ready to buy sim city sitting at there computer waiting for the clock to hit midnight so they could download it. if you were good for you.

the sims is like madden as far as im concerned. youve had enough time to learn they arent making it for serious gamers. they make it for the people who will buy it. did they add in less content? sure did they release it unfinished? probably not

titanfall is again exactly what you were told it would be. multiplayer only, basicly brink with giant robots.

and finally the new battlefront isnt out yet so we cant really make a determination on quality now can we.

heres the thing. i speak for the vast majority of gamers. was the game fun? yes. did i get at least 20 hours of entertainment out of it? yes. did i thinksomething drasticly important was missing? no

i am curious though. do you like skyrim?
#193 - hairibar (04/19/2015) [-]
Didn't love it, but yeah, it did enjoy for around 40 hours, so that's pretty good.
User avatar #203 - sketchE (04/19/2015) [-]
the amount of data locked away inside the games programing will make your head spin. tons of dialogues massive questline. hell what some people think of as the backbone of the game stripped down to a few quests.

but that doesnt make skyrim a bad game now does it? bethesda has a long history of cutting content out of their games yet no one says a word. they are the perfect example of what i talk about. did you have fun? and if the answer is yes thats all that really matters now isnt it
#208 - hairibar (04/19/2015) [-]
The thing is, the base game itself was well worth the 70€ price tag.
The amount of content in it is astonishing. Sim City in the other hand, stopped being fun after 10 hours of gameplay for pretty much everyone.
BF4 barely worked. The least you expect from a 70€ game is that it'll work.

DLC itself isn't bad, the problem is when companies abuse it. EA has long history of doing so.

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Thanks
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