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Matteo

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  1. I agree with you that you can make poor decisions in the past but still be a socially progressive person. However, the mods at Neogaf would probably disagree. And Malka himself would have probaly disagreed. They never showed much acceptance for other people’s mistakes.
  2. To put it another way: if a celebrity had been accused of what Malka’s did, he and his moderators would have run a public shaming campaign, no dobuts.
  3. The strangest thing about all this is that Neogaf had become such a bastion of SJW types, no doubt due to Malka’s effort to direct the site in such a direction through moderation. Why did he do that, knowing about his own past? Did he think he was immune to public shaming?
  4. I agree. It could be said the story was about the weight of tradition and expectations that are placed on Zelda. I wonder if it's also a metaphor for the expectations that fans have for TLOZ as a series, and how difficult it is to break away from them.
  5. I did the same. Apparently equipping fire weapons keep you warm in the snow, and ice weapons keep you cool in hot places, so you dont have to use elixirs.
  6. I bought it, but the loot you get is nothing special. I look forward to playable Zelda in the winter DLC (I hope).
  7. I have a question about open world games. I am in love with botw's world. It makes me want to rund around, climbing, fighting, solving puzzles. I dont even want to fight bosses at the moment, I am just happy being in this world. I never really felt this way about GTA, or Assassin's Creed, or Shadow of Mordor. Now I can appreciate what others may see in those games. For me botw feels like 'Princess Mononoke: The Game'. Is this the appeal of open world games? People enjoy messing about, not the actual story? I always felt frustrated having to drive 10 minutes to start a mission in GTA, or doing missions that were just 'go there and press X' in AS. Maybe it's time I go back and play GTA5 in a different manner.
  8. Matteo

    Star Fox Zero

    Where did I insult them? Edit: where did I say that you 'were not good enough'? Maybe your reading skills are not so great, but I am sure you must be are pretty good at troll...sorry, games.
  9. Matteo

    Star Fox Zero

    I havent called them incompetent either, so stop putting word in my mouth already.Edit: nice try though...try once more, let's see how you fare.
  10. Matteo

    Star Fox Zero

    I havent called them idiots, so don't put words in my mouth.
  11. Matteo

    Star Fox Zero

    You want startfox64 with a lick of 1080/60fps paint, I get it. Maybe one day they will make a SF64 HD remake.
  12. Matteo

    Star Fox Zero

    Dexterity has to be, by definition, an issue for somebody, if we agree that the term indicates 'the ability to perform a difficult action quickly and skilfully with the hands'.
  13. Matteo

    Star Fox Zero

    While I agree to a certain extent, there are specific instances where excution is a key aspect of gameplay. Point in case: fighting games. Moves that require more dexterity tend to have a better payoff. The gameplay is balanced around execution, to an extent. Which means that if you don't put in the time to get better at executing some moves, your appreciation of the game as a whole may be partial.
  14. Matteo

    Star Fox Zero

    They get paid to write about games. Somebody who plays games for a living is a tournament player, not a game journalist. Which does not necessarily mean they are any good at them. In fact, they may not even have time to get good an any particular game, if they have to rush to completion and move on to the next one.
  15. Matteo

    Star Fox Zero

    What's your take on the situation? Do you think game journalists tend to excel at skill-based games?
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