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#32 - 2 had the tighter, more well-wrought gameplay. 1 was the s…  [+] (3 replies) 10/25/2016 on How Bioshock 1 Should Have... +2
#33 - reycall (10/25/2016) [-]
fuuuuuck no.

The only good thing 2 did was plasmid combination. Thanks to you being a big daddy literally nothing in the game stood a real chance against you and it removed the fear element from the equation.

The charge was clunky AF and the weapons felt like over compensated versions of the first game.... literally in the last mission the game has to throw like 4 big daddies your way at basically once in order to even pose an incling of a threat.

i have never felt more disappointed and lied to then when i played 2.
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#57 - burpy (21 hours ago) [-]
>Thanks to you being a big daddy literally nothing in the game stood a real chance against you and it removed the fear element from the equation.

Except it made you feel like a real big target, and the difficulty could often stem from being overwhelmed by drug addicts. Just because you're a big daddy doesn't mean you're invincible, not in the slightest.
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#58 - reycall (21 hours ago) [-]
are you kidding? It would take like 5 splicers trying to gun you down with tommy guns in order for it to register.

Tell me did that game have any wrench toting splicers after the first ten minutes? ill answer that for you, of course it fucking didnt, it had to create a new enemy type just so that you would have something to stomp on at close range.

frankly the game had to do ludicrous stuff just to barely be able to pose a threat.

out with your shity opinions you armpit miko. Its no wonder no one gives you donations.
#28 - It doesn't really...look like the same sort of genre, though. …  [+] (1 reply) 10/24/2016 on the layxe comp of... +3
#42 - filledwithdetermin (10/24/2016) [-]
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I pretty much enjoyed it. Might not have as strong a mystery as Monster, but still interesting to find out how he can do his "one man one kill" kills, and unlike Light, Shou got shit done. And considering the current Election, I assume many would love to copy the manga in real life
#19 - HFW 10/24/2016 on Every damn time. +2
#150 - I had thought Colossus was at 70 tons.  [+] (1 reply) 10/24/2016 on Comic Comp #39 Black Bolt 0
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#151 - Jetstorm (10/24/2016) [-]
In his own comic series it's stated to be 70 tons, but during his appearances in other series it's been shown to be much higher.
#100 - Spider-Man is super strong because, relative to their size, SP…  [+] (4 replies) 10/23/2016 on Comic Comp #39 Black Bolt +1
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#106 - Jetstorm (10/23/2016) [-]
Unfortunately the reasoning behind that is wrong. Spiders aren't "Super strong."

The reason that small animals can lift a greater amount relative to their own weight has nothing to do with the animals being strong. The muscles of an ant or spider are the same strength (per amount of muscle) as a human's.

The reason these animals seem to be very strong for their size is due to simple scaling laws. Let's say we have a 6-foot tall, 200-pound human that can lift their own weight in some certain exercise routine. So, we can define their strength as the amount of weight they can lift, divided by their own weight. In this case, it's 200/200 = 1. So, they have a strength coefficient of 1.

If you scaled down that human to 1/100 of their height, and adjusted their length and width in the same way (to preserve their shape), you would have a human that was 0.06 feet tall.

Now, the human's weight goes as the CUBE of their height, so they would weigh (1/100)^3 times as much as they did before. If they weighed 200 pounds before, they would now weigh 0.0002 pounds.

However, their muscle strength goes as the cross-sectional area of their muscle, and area goes as the SQUARE of their height. So, they can now lift (1/100)^2 times as much weight as they could before. If they could lift 200 pounds before, they would be able to lift 0.02 pounds now.

Let's calculate their strength-per-weight coefficient:
(0.02 pounds) / (0.0002 pounds) = 100

They are now able to lift 100 times their own weight! The only reason for this is that strength goes as the square of linear size, while weight goes as the cube of linear size.

This works in reverse, too: If you made a human 10 times taller (a 60-foot human) and kept their proportions the same, they'd be 100 times as strong, but also 1000 times as heavy! They would collapse under their own weight and be unable to do anything useful.

Now, for the actual explanation is that Spiderman is technically a mutant. When the Celestials experimented on humans during the early years they created three different types of humans. Eternals, Inhumans, and Mutants. All humans are dormant mutants if they're not Eternal or Inhuman. Now, the Mutant gene has explicit control over reality, so their powers are often insanely over the top (Franklin Richards, Scarlet Witch for example when considering my next point). What this means is that most commonly those with more mutant DNA have their powers awoken at birth or at some point in their life (Franklin and Wanda having near 100%). However those with mutant DNA have a chance for it to be "jump started" due to a crazy event, example, Radioactive Spider. This is why heros/villains that have siblings have similar powersets, as it's quite literally in their DNA (Cyclops and Havok for example). So if you break down Spiderman's powers, he's a mutant that can climb walls, has Super strength and minor telepath abilities that he's named "Spider sense."

As for his original complaint, Luke Cage can lift 50 tons, and Black Bolt at his strongest is only 60 tons. If you want to complain about how strong some people are, Colossus has seemingly infinite strength lifting weights that we've seen the Hulk and even Thanos struggle with. In perspective, Spiderman's strength is rather tame lol. Don't forget, he's a legacy hero. He's had those powers since the dawn of time. He hasn't changed much at all. His powers have been rather static compared to everyone else.
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#150 - schneidend (10/24/2016) [-]
I had thought Colossus was at 70 tons.
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#151 - Jetstorm (10/24/2016) [-]
In his own comic series it's stated to be 70 tons, but during his appearances in other series it's been shown to be much higher.
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#107 - Jetstorm (10/23/2016) [-]
I need to correct myself on this line:

"However those with mutant DNA have a chance for it to be "jump started" due to a crazy event, example, Radioactive Spider."

What I meant to say was that those with lesser or almost untraceable amounts of mutant DNA have a chance for it to be jump started under the perfect circumstances.
#46 - My guess would be that it was his positive message and sweepin…  [+] (5 replies) 10/20/2016 on ??? 0
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#74 - commontroll (10/20/2016) [-]
Keep in mind that the Nobel Committee is a Swedish organization. They love anything super-left leaning.
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#66 - asugar (10/20/2016) [-]
A Nobel peace prize based on hype and nothing else, then?
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#80 - schneidend (10/20/2016) [-]
I think it may have more to do with the political climate at the time. Like there is now, a lot of violent rhetoric was being bandied about, and Obama was very much the antithesis of that.
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#48 - keatontheghostfox (10/20/2016) [-]
Got to agree with the other guy, it was pretty bullshit
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#47 - malific (10/20/2016) [-]
IMHO the prize is now just a political shill game. You don't pass out something like that until someone actually accomplishes something.
#24 - Machamp can supposedly punch a mountain apart. One machamp. An…  [+] (4 replies) 10/20/2016 on What I think of Popplio's... +28
#66 - denonymous (10/20/2016) [-]
Pokedex entries are written by professor Westwood, who doesnt get out much. He gets much of his information from passing trainers, through local myths, and his own imagination.
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#77 - hanabro (10/20/2016) [-]
A one-off character from the non-canon anime in an episode made 20 years ago and then never mentioned again. He's not real.
#36 - anon (10/20/2016) [-]
That's because they have 10 year olds studying these things.

I mean when you were 10 you would probably say that Machamp can punch 500 times in one second or that Arcanine could run across the whole of Asia in a day or that Alakazam's IQ is 5,000.
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#100 - youngchief (10/20/2016) [-]
I fucking abhor this notion, and I have no idea how it became so popular. No you moron, the 10 year olds are not studying these things, people have lived with Pokemon for millenia in the games, I'm sure they know their capabilities