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Tycho / 2 hours ago

I'm not sure I want a new gaming platform right now, one that isn't connected to anything I already own or any of the people that I know. At this point in the perpetual ebb and flow of centralization and decentralization, this is just what's happening: the real vigor is supposed to be elsewhere, and you're supposed to borrow it forever. I understand why it's a good business model, but it's so clearly a model in search of an audience that I'm content to just let their wet tentacle slap against…

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Tycho / 3 days ago

This, or something very close to it, really did happen. It's a brand that brings people together, forging a connection between them, even if they should be discussing the infection that is - even now - gnawing at the root of his lifespan. The thing people always said about the first Division game was that enemies were "bullet sponges." This wasn't a huge surprise to me. No matter what the metaphor is, in this case one where players constitute an elite sleeper cell of extrajudicial…

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Tycho / 4 days ago

Kirby's Epic Yarn was cute and fun back in the day, that's a game I played with a younger iteration of my daughter Ronia, and the Extra version is similar except that it also allows you to play the game while driven by the very whips of hell. I've been in The Division 2 pretty much every night since it was came out, which for me was a little early because I bought one of the dumb versions. I'm not proud of it but that's where we are. I bought the one that had some kind of pass or…

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Tycho / 1 week ago

One of the the things I like about Games Workshop's 40k shit is that one of the fundamental tenets of the grim darkness of the far future is that nobody understands how anything works. Not really. This doesn't mean that they are ineffective, or that they constitute non-factors in the events that surround them. Quite the contrary; it's just that the range of expression available to human beings is very narrow. Society has essentially been distilled into a weapon. It describes a culture where…

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