Nov 14th 2011 1:09PM @Pyromelter
You can change the camera in Skyrim to a 3rd person view if you want. In fact its how I play the game when I'm out exploring.
Nov 11th 2011 12:28PM " if the insufficient verisimilitude of a virtual, weaponized dong is a dealbreaker for you"
I can honestly say I haven't read a funnier bit on joystiq ever.
Nov 5th 2011 7:58AM @Dread
Roll an alt. Or maybe just exercise some self control and wait for your friends to be able to play.
Oct 29th 2011 8:40PM @FlashJS
Homefront was not a rookie effort. Kaos Studios made Frontlines: Fuel of War in 08.
Sep 8th 2011 6:52AM Correct me if I'm mistaken but the classic controller pro didn't actually add anything over the regular classic controller aside from the form?
Sep 4th 2011 2:42PM @hahnchen
Consumer space =/= gaming space.
The PC population that switched over to using a mac probably did not care for "serious" gaming. Windows gaming doesn't have any ground to make up.
Aug 25th 2011 5:33AM @HokieKC Or Gamestop, realizing the utter shitstorm they just stirred up said "well, shit, is there any other way we can backpedal out of this to salvage our image?"
Aug 20th 2011 1:41PM Uh, all I get from this is that the writer doesn't understand co-op modes unless the game itself says, "ok, you go here, and friend go here".
Apr 23rd 2011 1:24PM The alignment stems from the definition of 'Lawful Evil" in the d20 tabletop RPG systems:
Lawful Evil is referred to as the "Dominator" or "Diabolic" alignment. Characters of this alignment see a well-ordered system as being easier to exploit, and show a combination of desirable and undesirable traits; while they usually obey their superiors and keep their word, they care nothing for the rights and freedoms of other individuals and are not averse to twisting the rules to work in their favor. Examples of this alignment include tyrants, devils, undiscriminating mercenary types who have a strict code of conduct, and loyal soldiers who enjoy the act of killing.
Like Lawful Good Paladins, Lawful Evil characters may sometimes find themselves faced with the dilemma of whether to obey law or evil when the two conflict. However, their issues with Law versus Evil are more concerned with "Will I get caught?" versus "How does this benefit me?"
Given that definition, it's pretty hard to say she isn't.