I was highly disappointed that people had to go ruin the mindscrewiness of The Sorrow and Psycho Mantis.c-no said:Yeah, they are underdeveloped. Just listen to this dialogue.DrChristianTroy said:Because when I play a Kojima game I don't think of the intricate details or how his stories are batshit insane. Nope they are being buggy and underdeveloped.
If DSP thought that dialogue was terrible, I honestly wonder if he understands that it's really mean't to be funny to some players while also strange when you consider how the Colonel acts.
Perhaps he think having some kind of "LULSORANDOMZXD" background will let people know that he is funny with his "jokes". In reality, the background picture shows him as an idiot.Springblossom said:
John Titor said:
I have no idea. As far as I can tell, which admittedly may be incorrect, these aren't rare games or collectibles. Just the boxes.c-no said:
As a citizens of the US, the games I buy are used games from Gamestop. The cases they come in (as shown below) are from the store. You don't need the box I believe but you do need to have the disc in good condition if you were to trade the game in.Rio said:It's him pretending to be nice to his fanbase I guess. Also, desperately trying to get more subscribers. Notice how in that video he says that people that are paid subscribers on twitch.tv get a much bigger chance of ''winning?'' (I put winning in quotation marks because really, getting some boxes the guy is trying to get rid of is hardly a prize) He really wants that $$$.
On a sidenote: Is trading in games without the boxes they came in how people usually do it in the US? Because I noticed his excuse a lot of the time was 'I already traded this game in months ago.' but I would assume that you trade games in with the boxes included. Not just the DVD itself.
John Titor said:I just saw a video comparison of him and some guy named DarksydeGeoff play Catherine. DSP playing puzzle games is a special kind of trainwreck.
Apparently he played Portal 2 but looks like there isn't a "This is how you don't play" version of it yet.