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#30 - true, it definitely needed way more dev time, but I think it's…  [+] (1 reply) 08/13/2016 on No Man's Sky 0
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#31 - avatice (08/13/2016) [-]
They should have had open development. I think that's one of the things star citizen does really well. Of course a project that ambitious needs it a lot more but I think no man's sky would have benefited from it quite a bit.
#28 - I agree, NMS is a lot of flair, but no depth, but I'm sure the…  [+] (3 replies) 08/13/2016 on No Man's Sky 0
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#29 - avatice (08/13/2016) [-]
Well that's just from a game play perspective. It's another one of those games that had so much potential and almost completely failed to realize it.
But on a technical level. Oh boy. I don't know if the developers actually ever tried to play the game on pc because it is fucked six ways from sunday. The frame drops, glitches, and worst pop in since fucking hitler.
It's just not finished. It shouldn't have been released.
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#30 - kodarobo (08/13/2016) [-]
true, it definitely needed way more dev time, but I think it's a two way street, the hype made people super inpatient, but the devs caved into the impatient people
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#31 - avatice (08/13/2016) [-]
They should have had open development. I think that's one of the things star citizen does really well. Of course a project that ambitious needs it a lot more but I think no man's sky would have benefited from it quite a bit.
#25 - I know, but people are still trying  [+] (5 replies) 08/13/2016 on No Man's Sky 0
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#27 - avatice (08/13/2016) [-]
Well the thing is no man's sky is like a big ass ocean that's fucking two feet deep. We will see how star citizen turns out but right now it's like a small pond that goes way down. The foundation is there, but it's small. Even in its unfinished state it has a unique kind of polish to it. No man's sky feels just sorta pieced together. But hey at least it's "done" in like star citizen which is why comparisons at this point are pretty much pointless.
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#28 - kodarobo (08/13/2016) [-]
I agree, NMS is a lot of flair, but no depth, but I'm sure they'll be adding more as it continues, right now I feel like it's more of a big fancy pool with lots of add ons like hot tubs and pool side bars, but there's no water in it yet
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#29 - avatice (08/13/2016) [-]
Well that's just from a game play perspective. It's another one of those games that had so much potential and almost completely failed to realize it.
But on a technical level. Oh boy. I don't know if the developers actually ever tried to play the game on pc because it is fucked six ways from sunday. The frame drops, glitches, and worst pop in since fucking hitler.
It's just not finished. It shouldn't have been released.
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#30 - kodarobo (08/13/2016) [-]
true, it definitely needed way more dev time, but I think it's a two way street, the hype made people super inpatient, but the devs caved into the impatient people
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#31 - avatice (08/13/2016) [-]
They should have had open development. I think that's one of the things star citizen does really well. Of course a project that ambitious needs it a lot more but I think no man's sky would have benefited from it quite a bit.
#10 - I can actually respect this review because it's one of the few…  [+] (7 replies) 08/13/2016 on No Man's Sky 0
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#21 - avatice (08/13/2016) [-]
Well there's absolutely no point in comparing it to star citizen.
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#25 - kodarobo (08/13/2016) [-]
I know, but people are still trying
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#27 - avatice (08/13/2016) [-]
Well the thing is no man's sky is like a big ass ocean that's fucking two feet deep. We will see how star citizen turns out but right now it's like a small pond that goes way down. The foundation is there, but it's small. Even in its unfinished state it has a unique kind of polish to it. No man's sky feels just sorta pieced together. But hey at least it's "done" in like star citizen which is why comparisons at this point are pretty much pointless.
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#28 - kodarobo (08/13/2016) [-]
I agree, NMS is a lot of flair, but no depth, but I'm sure they'll be adding more as it continues, right now I feel like it's more of a big fancy pool with lots of add ons like hot tubs and pool side bars, but there's no water in it yet
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#29 - avatice (08/13/2016) [-]
Well that's just from a game play perspective. It's another one of those games that had so much potential and almost completely failed to realize it.
But on a technical level. Oh boy. I don't know if the developers actually ever tried to play the game on pc because it is fucked six ways from sunday. The frame drops, glitches, and worst pop in since fucking hitler.
It's just not finished. It shouldn't have been released.
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#30 - kodarobo (08/13/2016) [-]
true, it definitely needed way more dev time, but I think it's a two way street, the hype made people super inpatient, but the devs caved into the impatient people
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#31 - avatice (08/13/2016) [-]
They should have had open development. I think that's one of the things star citizen does really well. Of course a project that ambitious needs it a lot more but I think no man's sky would have benefited from it quite a bit.
#9 - no gloves handles food fuk no  [+] (18 replies) 07/17/2016 on Fresh mozzarella knots -21
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#50 - inkoma (07/17/2016) [-]
Why the red thumbs? He's right
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#47 - shyyguy (07/17/2016) [-]
If the people thumbing you down knew how little cooks washed their hands, they'd change their minds.
#36 - anon (07/17/2016) [-]
goes to toilet with gloves on - you're retarded
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#45 - shyyguy (07/17/2016) [-]
"Throws out disposable gloves, goes to bathroom, then gets another pair afterwards."

I hope you were joking, though I doubt it.
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#21 - PgFalcon (07/17/2016) [-]
no beard net
#19 - micekill (07/17/2016) [-]
look at the dudes arms, they are shaved clean, he probably washed his hands all the way to his elbows with soap and water.
not all kitchens handle money, so no need for him to wear gloves.
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#18 - trollmobile (07/17/2016) [-]
only places where they don't trust their employees require them to wear gloves.
you know, like places that hire teenagers and people without an education.
like fast-food chains.
#32 - bouncingbananas (07/17/2016) [-]
WE WANT 15 DOLLA AN HOUR!
- but you're 99% correct, the remaining 1% is to account for any glitches in the Matrix.
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#25 - undeaddog (07/17/2016) [-]
And then there are laws in places like the US making your suggestions illegal.
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#29 - kidinfinitebillion (07/17/2016) [-]
Actually as long as you wash your hands properly, and unless you handle money, its acceptable not to.
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#17 - herberto (07/17/2016) [-]
If you went somewhere that doesnt have the food prepared by greasy teenagers and drop outs you wouldnt be saying this.
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#15 - yolonator (07/17/2016) [-]
you do realize that people can wash their hands right?
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#13 - mrjbrown (07/17/2016) [-]
ever eat at a restaurant that isn't fast food or that you cannot see the kitchen?
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#46 - shyyguy (07/17/2016) [-]
I swear I was the only one in the kitchen during my shift who used gloves. Meanwhile, the soux chef would get on my case if he caught me not using any.

Glad to not be working in the kitchen anymore. Contrary to belief, you don't have to be creative or have much culinary knowledge to be a cook chefs are different stories, of course .
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#26 - lotengo (07/17/2016) [-]
I've worked in several kitches you could see from the dining area and almost never used gloves. And the health codes in my country are one of the most strictly in the world
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#10 - lordogames (07/17/2016) [-]
>Not realising they wash their hands thoroughly

Hello?
#12 - anon (07/17/2016) [-]
Hello. It's me.
#39 - anon (07/17/2016) [-]
What the fuck!!