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FanboyMctroll
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11/15/2016 4:23:32 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
I have 3 rules for games that I do not play. These are my personal rules of things I can't stand in video games

1 QTE (Quick Time Events) can't stand them, I always play on the crushing, no hope, hardest level so the QTE is literally .2 of a second, it's pretty much just guess the button event or die, then do it over and over again

2 Platform games (Mario, Sonic,) I have no patience for these games, you fall of the ledge you die, you miss the jump you die, you jump too early you die, hate them

3 Re-spanning enemies (Any game) Especially hate them when you have limited ammo, you use up the ammo and the enemies keep coming, you are left to just speed running through the game, hate doing that

My 3 rules, if it's in the game I don't play it

What are your game rules?
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11/15/2016 4:31:20 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 11/15/2016 4:23:32 PM, FanboyMctroll wrote:
I have 3 rules for games that I do not play. These are my personal rules of things I can't stand in video games

1 QTE (Quick Time Events) can't stand them, I always play on the crushing, no hope, hardest level so the QTE is literally .2 of a second, it's pretty much just guess the button event or die, then do it over and over again

2 Platform games (Mario, Sonic,) I have no patience for these games, you fall of the ledge you die, you miss the jump you die, you jump too early you die, hate them

3 Re-spanning enemies (Any game) Especially hate them when you have limited ammo, you use up the ammo and the enemies keep coming, you are left to just speed running through the game, hate doing that

My 3 rules, if it's in the game I don't play it

What are your game rules?

Well considering the game I play the most consists of clicking circles and flinging my cursor across the screen, idk what I specifically hate, other than random points in a game where they give you so many different options and ways to go, but I only have like two or three that I can take, and one of them involves popping out of stealth mode and going loud, which even then doesn't always work.
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11/30/2016 3:00:42 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 11/15/2016 4:23:32 PM, FanboyMctroll wrote:
I have 3 rules for games that I do not play. These are my personal rules of things I can't stand in video games

1 QTE (Quick Time Events) can't stand them, I always play on the crushing, no hope, hardest level so the QTE is literally .2 of a second, it's pretty much just guess the button event or die, then do it over and over again

2 Platform games (Mario, Sonic,) I have no patience for these games, you fall of the ledge you die, you miss the jump you die, you jump too early you die, hate them

3 Re-spanning enemies (Any game) Especially hate them when you have limited ammo, you use up the ammo and the enemies keep coming, you are left to just speed running through the game, hate doing that

My 3 rules, if it's in the game I don't play it

What are your game rules?

I present to you, THE 10 RULES OF GAMING.
1. Don't have a First Person Platformer, when you can't see your feet.
2. Don't have a dramatic build up, and a crappy ending.
3. Don't have a cutscence and have a quick time event pop up in the middle of it.
4. Don't have DLC that has no extra content.
5. Don't try to make a realistic game without realism.
6. Don't put out a Glitch Fix that breaks more things then it fixed.
7. Don't make a long game with no save or check points.
8. Don't make a game that gives the player no clear objective.
9. Don't make a game with hard enemies and crappy controls.
10. And last but not least, don't have a escort mission, where the AI wants to die, and commits suicide.
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11/30/2016 6:35:48 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 11/15/2016 4:23:32 PM, FanboyMctroll wrote:
I have 3 rules for games that I do not play. These are my personal rules of things I can't stand in video games

1 QTE (Quick Time Events) can't stand them, I always play on the crushing, no hope, hardest level so the QTE is literally .2 of a second, it's pretty much just guess the button event or die, then do it over and over again

2 Platform games (Mario, Sonic,) I have no patience for these games, you fall of the ledge you die, you miss the jump you die, you jump too early you die, hate them

3 Re-spanning enemies (Any game) Especially hate them when you have limited ammo, you use up the ammo and the enemies keep coming, you are left to just speed running through the game, hate doing that

My 3 rules, if it's in the game I don't play it

What are your game rules?

1. No blatantly false advertising (graphical downgrades, features promised but not delivered, that sort of thing)
2. Bugs and glitches (if a game gets its act together, then I would consider buying it)
3. Games blatantly chopped up into a bunch of dlcs and microtransactions
4. Timers (mainly applies to mobile games)

That is my general guideline for deciding not to buy a game
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11/30/2016 7:03:47 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
Pay-to-win games (usually mobile games, or servers that let you "get this OP stuff by donating money")

I can stand there being DLCs to "improve gameplay" as long as not buying it won't actually keep you from playing properly. I can also stand minor "pay-to-win" games that give you the option to donate in exchange for "faster point gain" or some kind of privilege like "seeing the beta project early!" because it doesn't make you instantly better than everyone else. I've been on servers where players who didn't donate were stuck with the same five classes, which were rather low-level, but players who donated could get gear that, if you donated enough, could kill you in two hits if you weren't careful.

Of course, people who get that good gear tend to think they are better, and don't really do anything, so they sit in packs together. If you can single them out, they're easy to fight, just hard to kill because of all the armor stats they have.

Free-to-wins that let you donate in exchange for perks that don't give you an advantage are also cool, which is another reason I love osu!
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12/9/2016 12:21:42 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
I don't buy games with heroes who have 20 degree of arc vision. What is it with Turok, he doesn't wear a helmet like the Master Chief but, like chiefy he's almost blind.........I don't like buying games that cost a small fortune because it lets me see every individual leaf in a forest...........I don't play games that kill me 50 times in the first 10mins.
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12/9/2016 2:05:31 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 11/30/2016 7:03:47 PM, Vaarka wrote:
Pay-to-win games (usually mobile games, or servers that let you "get this OP stuff by donating money")

I can stand there being DLCs to "improve gameplay" as long as not buying it won't actually keep you from playing properly. I can also stand minor "pay-to-win" games that give you the option to donate in exchange for "faster point gain" or some kind of privilege like "seeing the beta project early!" because it doesn't make you instantly better than everyone else. I've been on servers where players who didn't donate were stuck with the same five classes, which were rather low-level, but players who donated could get gear that, if you donated enough, could kill you in two hits if you weren't careful.

Of course, people who get that good gear tend to think they are better, and don't really do anything, so they sit in packs together. If you can single them out, they're easy to fight, just hard to kill because of all the armor stats they have.

Free-to-wins that let you donate in exchange for perks that don't give you an advantage are also cool, which is another reason I love osu!

What do you play on? PC, PS4, or Xbox
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12/9/2016 2:06:13 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 12/9/2016 2:05:31 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 11/30/2016 7:03:47 PM, Vaarka wrote:
Pay-to-win games (usually mobile games, or servers that let you "get this OP stuff by donating money")

I can stand there being DLCs to "improve gameplay" as long as not buying it won't actually keep you from playing properly. I can also stand minor "pay-to-win" games that give you the option to donate in exchange for "faster point gain" or some kind of privilege like "seeing the beta project early!" because it doesn't make you instantly better than everyone else. I've been on servers where players who didn't donate were stuck with the same five classes, which were rather low-level, but players who donated could get gear that, if you donated enough, could kill you in two hits if you weren't careful.

Of course, people who get that good gear tend to think they are better, and don't really do anything, so they sit in packs together. If you can single them out, they're easy to fight, just hard to kill because of all the armor stats they have.

Free-to-wins that let you donate in exchange for perks that don't give you an advantage are also cool, which is another reason I love osu!

What do you play on? PC, PS4, or Xbox

I have a PS3, but usually play on PC
You're probably thinking right now "haha I'm a genius". Well you're not -Valkrin

inferno: "I don't know, are you attracted to women?"
ButterCat: "No, Vaarka is mine!"

All hail scum Vaarka, wielder of the bastard sword, smiter of nations, destroyer of spiders -VOT

"Vaarka, I've been thinking about this for a long time now," (pulls out small box made of macaroni) "W-will you be my noodle buddy?" -Kirigaya
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12/9/2016 2:06:42 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 12/9/2016 2:06:13 AM, Vaarka wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:05:31 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 11/30/2016 7:03:47 PM, Vaarka wrote:
Pay-to-win games (usually mobile games, or servers that let you "get this OP stuff by donating money")

I can stand there being DLCs to "improve gameplay" as long as not buying it won't actually keep you from playing properly. I can also stand minor "pay-to-win" games that give you the option to donate in exchange for "faster point gain" or some kind of privilege like "seeing the beta project early!" because it doesn't make you instantly better than everyone else. I've been on servers where players who didn't donate were stuck with the same five classes, which were rather low-level, but players who donated could get gear that, if you donated enough, could kill you in two hits if you weren't careful.

Of course, people who get that good gear tend to think they are better, and don't really do anything, so they sit in packs together. If you can single them out, they're easy to fight, just hard to kill because of all the armor stats they have.

Free-to-wins that let you donate in exchange for perks that don't give you an advantage are also cool, which is another reason I love osu!

What do you play on? PC, PS4, or Xbox

I have a PS3, but usually play on PC

On steam?
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12/9/2016 2:07:52 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 12/9/2016 2:06:42 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:06:13 AM, Vaarka wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:05:31 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 11/30/2016 7:03:47 PM, Vaarka wrote:
Pay-to-win games (usually mobile games, or servers that let you "get this OP stuff by donating money")

I can stand there being DLCs to "improve gameplay" as long as not buying it won't actually keep you from playing properly. I can also stand minor "pay-to-win" games that give you the option to donate in exchange for "faster point gain" or some kind of privilege like "seeing the beta project early!" because it doesn't make you instantly better than everyone else. I've been on servers where players who didn't donate were stuck with the same five classes, which were rather low-level, but players who donated could get gear that, if you donated enough, could kill you in two hits if you weren't careful.

Of course, people who get that good gear tend to think they are better, and don't really do anything, so they sit in packs together. If you can single them out, they're easy to fight, just hard to kill because of all the armor stats they have.

Free-to-wins that let you donate in exchange for perks that don't give you an advantage are also cool, which is another reason I love osu!

What do you play on? PC, PS4, or Xbox

I have a PS3, but usually play on PC

On steam?

osu! isn't on steam, but otherwise yeah pretty much
You're probably thinking right now "haha I'm a genius". Well you're not -Valkrin

inferno: "I don't know, are you attracted to women?"
ButterCat: "No, Vaarka is mine!"

All hail scum Vaarka, wielder of the bastard sword, smiter of nations, destroyer of spiders -VOT

"Vaarka, I've been thinking about this for a long time now," (pulls out small box made of macaroni) "W-will you be my noodle buddy?" -Kirigaya
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12/9/2016 2:09:41 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 12/9/2016 2:07:52 AM, Vaarka wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:06:42 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:06:13 AM, Vaarka wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:05:31 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 11/30/2016 7:03:47 PM, Vaarka wrote:
Pay-to-win games (usually mobile games, or servers that let you "get this OP stuff by donating money")

I can stand there being DLCs to "improve gameplay" as long as not buying it won't actually keep you from playing properly. I can also stand minor "pay-to-win" games that give you the option to donate in exchange for "faster point gain" or some kind of privilege like "seeing the beta project early!" because it doesn't make you instantly better than everyone else. I've been on servers where players who didn't donate were stuck with the same five classes, which were rather low-level, but players who donated could get gear that, if you donated enough, could kill you in two hits if you weren't careful.

Of course, people who get that good gear tend to think they are better, and don't really do anything, so they sit in packs together. If you can single them out, they're easy to fight, just hard to kill because of all the armor stats they have.

Free-to-wins that let you donate in exchange for perks that don't give you an advantage are also cool, which is another reason I love osu!

What do you play on? PC, PS4, or Xbox

I have a PS3, but usually play on PC

On steam?

osu! isn't on steam, but otherwise yeah pretty much

I see. What do you play on steam?
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Vaarka
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12/9/2016 2:35:40 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 12/9/2016 2:09:41 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:07:52 AM, Vaarka wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:06:42 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:06:13 AM, Vaarka wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:05:31 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 11/30/2016 7:03:47 PM, Vaarka wrote:
Pay-to-win games (usually mobile games, or servers that let you "get this OP stuff by donating money")

I can stand there being DLCs to "improve gameplay" as long as not buying it won't actually keep you from playing properly. I can also stand minor "pay-to-win" games that give you the option to donate in exchange for "faster point gain" or some kind of privilege like "seeing the beta project early!" because it doesn't make you instantly better than everyone else. I've been on servers where players who didn't donate were stuck with the same five classes, which were rather low-level, but players who donated could get gear that, if you donated enough, could kill you in two hits if you weren't careful.

Of course, people who get that good gear tend to think they are better, and don't really do anything, so they sit in packs together. If you can single them out, they're easy to fight, just hard to kill because of all the armor stats they have.

Free-to-wins that let you donate in exchange for perks that don't give you an advantage are also cool, which is another reason I love osu!

What do you play on? PC, PS4, or Xbox

I have a PS3, but usually play on PC

On steam?

osu! isn't on steam, but otherwise yeah pretty much

I see. What do you play on steam?

Mostly Civ5, G-mod, and Guns of Icarus
You're probably thinking right now "haha I'm a genius". Well you're not -Valkrin

inferno: "I don't know, are you attracted to women?"
ButterCat: "No, Vaarka is mine!"

All hail scum Vaarka, wielder of the bastard sword, smiter of nations, destroyer of spiders -VOT

"Vaarka, I've been thinking about this for a long time now," (pulls out small box made of macaroni) "W-will you be my noodle buddy?" -Kirigaya
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12/9/2016 10:20:30 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 12/9/2016 2:35:40 AM, Vaarka wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:09:41 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:07:52 AM, Vaarka wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:06:42 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:06:13 AM, Vaarka wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:05:31 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 11/30/2016 7:03:47 PM, Vaarka wrote:
Pay-to-win games (usually mobile games, or servers that let you "get this OP stuff by donating money")

I can stand there being DLCs to "improve gameplay" as long as not buying it won't actually keep you from playing properly. I can also stand minor "pay-to-win" games that give you the option to donate in exchange for "faster point gain" or some kind of privilege like "seeing the beta project early!" because it doesn't make you instantly better than everyone else. I've been on servers where players who didn't donate were stuck with the same five classes, which were rather low-level, but players who donated could get gear that, if you donated enough, could kill you in two hits if you weren't careful.

Of course, people who get that good gear tend to think they are better, and don't really do anything, so they sit in packs together. If you can single them out, they're easy to fight, just hard to kill because of all the armor stats they have.

Free-to-wins that let you donate in exchange for perks that don't give you an advantage are also cool, which is another reason I love osu!

What do you play on? PC, PS4, or Xbox

I have a PS3, but usually play on PC

On steam?

osu! isn't on steam, but otherwise yeah pretty much

I see. What do you play on steam?

Mostly Civ5, G-mod, and Guns of Icarus

Not enough people play guns of Icarus. It's a great game.
Vaarka
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12/9/2016 12:17:29 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 12/9/2016 10:20:30 AM, MattTheDreamer wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:35:40 AM, Vaarka wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:09:41 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:07:52 AM, Vaarka wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:06:42 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:06:13 AM, Vaarka wrote:
At 12/9/2016 2:05:31 AM, NothingSpecial99 wrote:
At 11/30/2016 7:03:47 PM, Vaarka wrote:
Pay-to-win games (usually mobile games, or servers that let you "get this OP stuff by donating money")

I can stand there being DLCs to "improve gameplay" as long as not buying it won't actually keep you from playing properly. I can also stand minor "pay-to-win" games that give you the option to donate in exchange for "faster point gain" or some kind of privilege like "seeing the beta project early!" because it doesn't make you instantly better than everyone else. I've been on servers where players who didn't donate were stuck with the same five classes, which were rather low-level, but players who donated could get gear that, if you donated enough, could kill you in two hits if you weren't careful.

Of course, people who get that good gear tend to think they are better, and don't really do anything, so they sit in packs together. If you can single them out, they're easy to fight, just hard to kill because of all the armor stats they have.

Free-to-wins that let you donate in exchange for perks that don't give you an advantage are also cool, which is another reason I love osu!

What do you play on? PC, PS4, or Xbox

I have a PS3, but usually play on PC

On steam?

osu! isn't on steam, but otherwise yeah pretty much

I see. What do you play on steam?

Mostly Civ5, G-mod, and Guns of Icarus

Not enough people play guns of Icarus. It's a great game.

I need to play it more, but my friends are almost never all online (and they like a full crew), and when they are, they usually want to play CSGO... plus the lobby waits take a while :/
You're probably thinking right now "haha I'm a genius". Well you're not -Valkrin

inferno: "I don't know, are you attracted to women?"
ButterCat: "No, Vaarka is mine!"

All hail scum Vaarka, wielder of the bastard sword, smiter of nations, destroyer of spiders -VOT

"Vaarka, I've been thinking about this for a long time now," (pulls out small box made of macaroni) "W-will you be my noodle buddy?" -Kirigaya
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1/17/2017 3:37:29 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 11/30/2016 3:00:42 AM, fishhunter61 wrote:
I present to you, THE 10 RULES OF GAMING.

I present to you, one game that has violated each rule.

1. Don't have a First Person Platformer, when you can't see your feet.

Minecraft.

2. Don't have a dramatic build up, and a crappy ending.

Five Nights at Freddy's 4.

3. Don't have a cutscence and have a quick time event pop up in the middle of it.

Any CDI Zelda game.

4. Don't have DLC that has no extra content.

Mario Kart 8

5. Don't try to make a realistic game without realism.

Minecraft.

6. Don't put out a Glitch Fix that breaks more things then it fixed.

Pokemon Red and Blue.

7. Don't make a long game with no save or check points.

Super Mario Maker

8. Don't make a game that gives the player no clear objective.

E.T. for the Atari

9. Don't make a game with hard enemies and crappy controls.

Five Nights at Freddy's 3.

10. And last but not least, don't have a escort mission, where the AI wants to die, and commits suicide.

Superman 64.
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1/19/2017 7:30:12 AM
Posted: 6 months ago
Either lack of purpose or lack of entertainment is intolerable for me.
Some games are seen as unnecessarily lengthy, but if they are artistic, have a good plot and characters, etc., then I think it's worth it.
Some games such as platformers and Gmod are seemingly wastes of time as they have no artistic values (except for the case of aritistic platformers like Unravel), but they're fun to play and great stress-relievers, so again, worth it.
The show must go all over the place, or something like that.
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1/19/2017 3:15:16 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
Well I can't say hate but I don't like to play long games. It's stressing for me. I want to relax while playing. So I prefer small games, usually play Lucky Gems on http://www.casinoz.club... . Perfect game to kill time and I just relax.