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#5 - Not sure where you live, but if this is average, I'm gonna com…  [+] (2 new replies) 8 hours ago on Hot Girl +1
#19 - efeye (1 hour ago) [-]
Looks like an average if you remove all the makeup. Still not ugly though.
User avatar #6 - lolikikolik (7 hours ago) [-]
no, she is 13
#53 - I'm not gonna offer you advice or anything, but i spent the la… 18 hours ago on this +3
#21 - Not gonna lie, I do plan to buy BO3. I love zombies, it;s alwa…  [+] (1 new reply) 18 hours ago on When you desperate as fuck +1
User avatar #22 - pocketstooheavy (18 hours ago) [-]
There's too much money in the industry now. You no longer have to make anything of quality and there's no one taking risks for fear of pissing the stock holders off. It's become cancerous.

It's a huge issue that the actual (rather, former) fans of the industry are getting screwed on.

It's been nice having this conversation. I've gotta get up in the morning for work so I'm going to bed. You have yourself a good night, friend.

Sip the syrup,
-Pockets.
#7 - I looked, but couldn't find it. Where is it? 18 hours ago on 4015 0
#19 - Never operate on faith alone of course, and never stop calling…  [+] (3 new replies) 18 hours ago on When you desperate as fuck +1
User avatar #20 - pocketstooheavy (18 hours ago) [-]
The problem is that so many are uneducated. All the people blindly buying into the latest Call of Duty or Battlefield or [INSERT MAINSTREAM MASS GAME HERE] far outweigh the knowledged people who are willing to do these things to try to make the industry better. The industry doesn't care about you or I because we think about our purchases. The Xbox kiddies (to take one example) don't. They just buy because that's the cool thing they want next. As long as they keep doing that, the industry will go downhill.

That being said, there's definitely a storm coming. People (not the children on consoles, which are the mass, unfortunately, but the older, more mature players (generally on PC I've noticed)) are finally starting to learn and see what's going on and refuse to take it. Internet personalities such as TotalBiscuit are helping to show the light and lead the way into safe consumerism and a decent industry.

The crash is coming. It'll hurt for a little bit, but it'll be worth it in the end. We need it do bring money back to originality and not only producing games that are guaranteed to be milked for a couple of years until the next generic game comes out.
User avatar #21 - xedeid (18 hours ago) [-]
Not gonna lie, I do plan to buy BO3. I love zombies, it;s always so much fun and it's really a social thing. AW was actually, in my opinion, a huge step in the right direction for call of duty. It was different, it was not the same copy paste with updated graphics and reskinned guns that we always see. Ghosts was just trash, but BO2 dissapointed me greatly, there were so many cool things in BO1, like ziplines, elevators, opening and closing blast doors, rockets going off. But BO2 had none of that. It was a complete return to copy paste crap.
The crash has been a long time coming, and it won't be pretty. I don't think it will change much though, not for the juggernauts. But other games, even psuedo-juggernauts, will change. with all the other games changing, it will change the industry standard and then the juggernauts will change too.
Unfortunately after the recovery following the crash, the industry will slowly float back to cash grabbing, because greed is the nature of most of these companies.
User avatar #22 - pocketstooheavy (18 hours ago) [-]
There's too much money in the industry now. You no longer have to make anything of quality and there's no one taking risks for fear of pissing the stock holders off. It's become cancerous.

It's a huge issue that the actual (rather, former) fans of the industry are getting screwed on.

It's been nice having this conversation. I've gotta get up in the morning for work so I'm going to bed. You have yourself a good night, friend.

Sip the syrup,
-Pockets.
#17 - That's your opinion. Don't lose all faith in the industry thou…  [+] (5 new replies) 18 hours ago on When you desperate as fuck +2
User avatar #18 - pocketstooheavy (18 hours ago) [-]
It's hard to not lose faith when every day we see all this trash that the industry is dumping in to cash out on all the idiots in the world who are fine with taking it from behind rather than standing up for the industry and good consumerism practices.
User avatar #19 - xedeid (18 hours ago) [-]
Never operate on faith alone of course, and never stop calling bullshit when you see it. If we let it, it will become shittier. The biggest problem is people not voting with their wallet The actual biggest problem is shitty industry practices, but within the community rather than the companies it's the wallet thing People talk about how much they hate EA or ubisoft for what they do/ have done, but they don't do anything about it, they keep buying that crap and they keep telling the companies that what they're doing is ok. I have a permanent boycott of all things EA and I don't buy ubisoft gamer either.
User avatar #20 - pocketstooheavy (18 hours ago) [-]
The problem is that so many are uneducated. All the people blindly buying into the latest Call of Duty or Battlefield or [INSERT MAINSTREAM MASS GAME HERE] far outweigh the knowledged people who are willing to do these things to try to make the industry better. The industry doesn't care about you or I because we think about our purchases. The Xbox kiddies (to take one example) don't. They just buy because that's the cool thing they want next. As long as they keep doing that, the industry will go downhill.

That being said, there's definitely a storm coming. People (not the children on consoles, which are the mass, unfortunately, but the older, more mature players (generally on PC I've noticed)) are finally starting to learn and see what's going on and refuse to take it. Internet personalities such as TotalBiscuit are helping to show the light and lead the way into safe consumerism and a decent industry.

The crash is coming. It'll hurt for a little bit, but it'll be worth it in the end. We need it do bring money back to originality and not only producing games that are guaranteed to be milked for a couple of years until the next generic game comes out.
User avatar #21 - xedeid (18 hours ago) [-]
Not gonna lie, I do plan to buy BO3. I love zombies, it;s always so much fun and it's really a social thing. AW was actually, in my opinion, a huge step in the right direction for call of duty. It was different, it was not the same copy paste with updated graphics and reskinned guns that we always see. Ghosts was just trash, but BO2 dissapointed me greatly, there were so many cool things in BO1, like ziplines, elevators, opening and closing blast doors, rockets going off. But BO2 had none of that. It was a complete return to copy paste crap.
The crash has been a long time coming, and it won't be pretty. I don't think it will change much though, not for the juggernauts. But other games, even psuedo-juggernauts, will change. with all the other games changing, it will change the industry standard and then the juggernauts will change too.
Unfortunately after the recovery following the crash, the industry will slowly float back to cash grabbing, because greed is the nature of most of these companies.
User avatar #22 - pocketstooheavy (18 hours ago) [-]
There's too much money in the industry now. You no longer have to make anything of quality and there's no one taking risks for fear of pissing the stock holders off. It's become cancerous.

It's a huge issue that the actual (rather, former) fans of the industry are getting screwed on.

It's been nice having this conversation. I've gotta get up in the morning for work so I'm going to bed. You have yourself a good night, friend.

Sip the syrup,
-Pockets.
#15 - Or remakes have always been a thing, because taking an old goo…  [+] (7 new replies) 18 hours ago on When you desperate as fuck +6
User avatar #16 - pocketstooheavy (18 hours ago) [-]
I prefer originality. If you want to play an older game, go play the older game IMO.
User avatar #17 - xedeid (18 hours ago) [-]
That's your opinion. Don't lose all faith in the industry though.
As long as there is a quick buck to be made there will be those that pump out absolute crap to gain it. But there will always be good games.
User avatar #18 - pocketstooheavy (18 hours ago) [-]
It's hard to not lose faith when every day we see all this trash that the industry is dumping in to cash out on all the idiots in the world who are fine with taking it from behind rather than standing up for the industry and good consumerism practices.
User avatar #19 - xedeid (18 hours ago) [-]
Never operate on faith alone of course, and never stop calling bullshit when you see it. If we let it, it will become shittier. The biggest problem is people not voting with their wallet The actual biggest problem is shitty industry practices, but within the community rather than the companies it's the wallet thing People talk about how much they hate EA or ubisoft for what they do/ have done, but they don't do anything about it, they keep buying that crap and they keep telling the companies that what they're doing is ok. I have a permanent boycott of all things EA and I don't buy ubisoft gamer either.
User avatar #20 - pocketstooheavy (18 hours ago) [-]
The problem is that so many are uneducated. All the people blindly buying into the latest Call of Duty or Battlefield or [INSERT MAINSTREAM MASS GAME HERE] far outweigh the knowledged people who are willing to do these things to try to make the industry better. The industry doesn't care about you or I because we think about our purchases. The Xbox kiddies (to take one example) don't. They just buy because that's the cool thing they want next. As long as they keep doing that, the industry will go downhill.

That being said, there's definitely a storm coming. People (not the children on consoles, which are the mass, unfortunately, but the older, more mature players (generally on PC I've noticed)) are finally starting to learn and see what's going on and refuse to take it. Internet personalities such as TotalBiscuit are helping to show the light and lead the way into safe consumerism and a decent industry.

The crash is coming. It'll hurt for a little bit, but it'll be worth it in the end. We need it do bring money back to originality and not only producing games that are guaranteed to be milked for a couple of years until the next generic game comes out.
User avatar #21 - xedeid (18 hours ago) [-]
Not gonna lie, I do plan to buy BO3. I love zombies, it;s always so much fun and it's really a social thing. AW was actually, in my opinion, a huge step in the right direction for call of duty. It was different, it was not the same copy paste with updated graphics and reskinned guns that we always see. Ghosts was just trash, but BO2 dissapointed me greatly, there were so many cool things in BO1, like ziplines, elevators, opening and closing blast doors, rockets going off. But BO2 had none of that. It was a complete return to copy paste crap.
The crash has been a long time coming, and it won't be pretty. I don't think it will change much though, not for the juggernauts. But other games, even psuedo-juggernauts, will change. with all the other games changing, it will change the industry standard and then the juggernauts will change too.
Unfortunately after the recovery following the crash, the industry will slowly float back to cash grabbing, because greed is the nature of most of these companies.
User avatar #22 - pocketstooheavy (18 hours ago) [-]
There's too much money in the industry now. You no longer have to make anything of quality and there's no one taking risks for fear of pissing the stock holders off. It's become cancerous.

It's a huge issue that the actual (rather, former) fans of the industry are getting screwed on.

It's been nice having this conversation. I've gotta get up in the morning for work so I'm going to bed. You have yourself a good night, friend.

Sip the syrup,
-Pockets.
#24 - One went through and the other was held for me. It's in my fri… 09/01/2015 on Straight Outta Stock 0
#55 - Do you mean a good blade, or a ****** replica? I ha… 09/01/2015 on truth 0
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#66 - anon (08/13/2015) [-]
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#53 - profssortwntyight (06/30/2015) [-]
You gave me an oppurtunity for thumbs, i might as well take your profile purity.
User avatar #54 to #53 - xedeid ONLINE (06/30/2015) [-]
have you heard of those rejuvenation surgeries?
This is mostly like that, you popped my cherry, but it's not the first time that's happened
#55 to #54 - profssortwntyight (06/30/2015) [-]
well yes, lotsa slutty kebab girls do it here. But since i was talking about your profile does that mean you just delete the comments on it? does that mean you'll delete mine too? ;_;
User avatar #56 to #55 - xedeid ONLINE (06/30/2015) [-]
I've cleared my profile twice in the however many years I've been here. I don't remember the first one, but the last one was about a month ago.
The first was due to porn, and the last was due to no one commenting on here for like a year and me wanting to kind of clear off my old life.
#59 to #56 - profssortwntyight (06/30/2015) [-]
aww... but i don't want to be a vague memory in the history of your profile. Can't you like.. keep it and i'll promise i'll talk now and then i dont come online for longer periods sometimes tho so ye ?
User avatar #61 to #59 - xedeid ONLINE (06/30/2015) [-]
Yeah, It'll be here for quite awhile at least lol
User avatar #57 to #56 - xedeid ONLINE (06/30/2015) [-]
5 years
User avatar #58 to #57 - xedeid ONLINE (06/30/2015) [-]
Longer than that, but this account is 5 years old.
I've been browsing FJ for around 7-8 years
#60 to #58 - profssortwntyight (06/30/2015) [-]
jezas. thats.. very long.
#62 to #60 - tuhtuh (06/30/2015) [-]
This one is six years old, but I use xedeid as my main because I randomly reposted some ****** content on it once and it got front page.
#63 to #62 - profssortwntyight (06/30/2015) [-]
yes, that is indeed how fj works. can i be friends with both tuhtuh and xedeid?
User avatar #65 to #63 - xedeid ONLINE (07/01/2015) [-]
Sounds good fam
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