Yes, and there was a moment where a whole bunch of Enterprise-D's appeared in the same area and had to come up with the solution to unmerge all their timelines. Also it was Worf's birthday and it had to do with him getting within a certain distance of Data.Oh All good things, the series finale.
Edit : To Clarify there was an episode where Worf flickered between a bunch of different "timelines"
Oh shit, yeah, I confused that and the 3 enterprises showing up in All good things.Yes, and there was a moment where a whole bunch of Enterprise-D's appeared in the same area and had to come up with the solution to unmerge all their timelines. Also it was Worf's birthday and it had to do with him getting within a certain distance of Data.
Borderlands 3 is written like dogshit but I will admit they do LGBT shit tolerably. Hammerlocke and his new male ho have very little expression of love, even considering the follow-up dlc is literally their marriage, and they act more like old pals who know they'll never want/get/need another lover than the other person.As much as I wasn't thrilled with Fallout 4 I'll give Bethesda some minor credit for at least not not filling the game with hideous neon haired bull dykes and lazy "capitalism lmao" jokes like Obsidian did with The Outer Worlds.
An 8 pack, of male titties?I'd love to have an 8 pack, sure.
Opposing Force 2 whenNow because they haven't invested well in other games (and are still sitting on the Duke Nukem IP they bought) they are running their increasingly-shitty Borderlands IP into the ground because it's the thing they now rely on to make them money.
Also Borderlands:Borderlands 3 is written like dogshit but I will admit they do LGBT shit tolerably. Hammerlocke and his new male ho have very little expression of love, even considering the follow-up dlc is literally their marriage, and they act more like old pals who know they'll never want/get/need another lover than the other person.
Then there's a side-quest where you have to save a girl by kidnapping the kidnapee's girlfriend. Also a girl. It's a mix-up between two lesbian couples. Why?
The silver lining is Gearbox is only known for borderlands and the well has dried up so by the time Gearbox releases Borderlands four not only will we have a massive shitshow of Fallout 76 proportions, but Internet Historian will have also finally put out another video in the same month.Also Borderlands:
(that was from 2012)
I would say that Darkest Dungeon is the only game that’s done the “[NEGATIVE THING] personified” final boss cliche and made it interesting. Essentially having the final boss be something that created humanity so it could have something to fuck with, while still being the personification of all the evils and suffering humanity has ever dealt with, and the fact that it’s a huge humanoid tumor attached to a giant diseased heart also makes it cool. Even then, one of the main reasons it’s interesting is because it’s vaguely hinted in the DLC that the final boss being Humanity’s abusive mommy might just be bullshit it made up to fuck with everybody, and it could just be some eldritch monstrosity that set up shop on earth.Still can't get over my disappointment of the Shin Megami Tensei series, their story, especifically.
It sounds extremely intriguing on paper, what with all these references to different deities from various cultures, going so far as putting fucking God and Satan in. On paper though, it's another cliché "Humanity vs Godhood" story very commonly seen in JRPGs.
Not saying they're bad games per se, but i feel ripped off a little, it was not the experience i hoped for. I wanted an ambiguous, larger than life type of setting similar to a Lovecraftian type of story, where both God and Lucifer's motives are far too complex for humanity to understand, no objective good or bad side, just a clash of two divine forces using humanity as their pawn, as such is their inescapable purpose.
It's made so damn obvious that only the Neutral route will lead to the one satisfying ending, too.
- God = Lawful Evil
- Lucifer = Chaotic Evil
- Random Asian figure = Neutral
Also sick of this JRPG final boss trope:
"Oh my heaven! The final enemy is made out of all the evil/fear/sorrow/lust/loneliness of humanity!"
"DON'T YOU SEE? AS LONG AS THERE IS EVIL/FEAR/SORROW/LUST/LONELINESS IN HUMANS, I WILL CONTINUE TO EXIST!"
"And we will continue to fight then, final enemy!"
Guitar Hero's guitars were of better quality. Sure, they looked like toys compared to Harmonix's more realistic approach but they were sturdy. Also, the frets were completely colored instead of Rock Band having the color on the very bottom.Rock Band instruments are abhorrent and I don't know how the community put up with them. Guitar Hero guitars had a nice click to the strum bar, but Rock Band ones were these squishy ambiguous ones without a click, which made the exact timing for when I was supposed to strum vague. The buttons were also a lot flatter and bigger, so it was just much more difficult to use than the ever-reliable Guitar Hero guitars. The GH2 X-Plorer (the white X-shaped one that came with the 360 version) pretty much nailed everything you'd ever want in a Guitar Hero guitar, while Rock Band's were so cheaply made, you could flex around the neck and hear the plastic creaking.
Yeah, I don't mind the guitars looking like toys. It's a video game, just make the guitar as functional and sturdy as possible in order to serve its purpose. I'm not looking at it while I'm playing, after all. Hell, if Guitar Hero were being made again today, I'd imagine the guitar would be some kind of colorful, RGB lit controller with loud mechanical switches in the strum bar. Like an expensive keyboard, I guessGuitar Hero's guitars were of better quality. Sure, they looked like toys compared to Harmonix's more realistic approach but they were sturdy. Also, the frets were completely colored instead of Rock Band having the color on the very bottom.
Guitar Hero should've stayed with guitars and vocals. Although Rock Band had a better supported soundtrack, Guitar Hero was streamlined and easier to jump into.
Also, Guitar Hero could've went the Rock Band route and did Metallica, Aerosmith, Van Halen as DLC expansions for Guitar Hero III/World Tour. Release the discs, sure, but don't gouge it for full price. It could've survived longer going that route.
Griefing/cheating in any online game is fun af. As long as you're willing to accept the consequences, take your ban like an adult when you inevitably get caught, and not REEEEEEE about how you dindu nuffin wrong then I see no problem with it.Griefing is fun as hell in GTA5 AND RDR2. The Rockstar Games community needs more YouTube channels dedicated to it.