The Christmas Pyro

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Location: Not in Kansas anymore.

Joined Mar 24, 2011 at 07:36PM EDT


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About

Likes animu & mango and the vidya.
Used to like poni. Not anymore though.
Doesn’t like fanboyism and the hype.
Cosplays as “The Angry Engi” and “The Manic Medic” on days off.
Possibly gay.


Recent Activity

Commented on ME!ME!ME!

I’ve seen enough anime to say that this is kinda weird.

Nov 25, 2014 at 03:03AM EST

Commented on 378.jpg

I have a friend who dresses like that. He’s 23. I think I need new friends.

Nov 22, 2014 at 03:43PM EST

Commented on cf2.jpg

They played us like a damn ocarina…

Nov 15, 2014 at 03:22PM EST

Commented on Rage

No Backburner? What a noob.

Oct 26, 2014 at 02:49PM EDT

Commented on e1d.png

Well, that and because it’s not very good, at least for Platinum standards…

Oct 25, 2014 at 07:03AM EDT

Commented on 387.jpg

Well, if you cross a computer with a microscopic lifeform…

Oct 22, 2014 at 08:12AM EDT

Commented on She's not pro-women, she's just anti-men

The character design? Okay.
The character’s personality? Highly debatable.
The game mechanics?! I’m sorry, wat. How? Unless you have to play with your dick……(and now the touchscreen in the middle makes a LOT more sense, doesn’t it ;)

Oct 22, 2014 at 05:48AM EDT

Commented on A warning of the second crash

>Videogame sales dropped because it was the last year before the new consoles, and when those finally came out, they had barely any games.
>Sony’s financial problems come mainly from their television department
>Wii U isn’t doing much worse than the other consoles. In fact, it sold two million more so far than the Xbone.

And apart from all that, even if the console market crashes (which I highly doubt), there is still mobile gaming and pc gaming. What we will see (and are already seeing) is the big companies either going for the yearly minor iteration, developing smaller indie-like games, or going for those huge money-sweepers like GTA or Destiny. Things are played out much safer thann they were back in the 80s. Things are shifting constanly, devs leaving studios and building new ones, publishers either switching their focus or going bankrupt, and others taking their place. Unless we will get nothing but utter crap for the next 24 months (and even then, people might be still stupid enough to buy shit), mainstream gaming (I assume we’re talking about EA, Ubi, Activision, etc.) will survive.

Oct 20, 2014 at 09:35AM EDT

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