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That is regulated.
so where is the line? should the government ensure thru legislation that I wear the proper gear when going out in the cold or should I learn that from my mother?
Again, there is an absolute shit-ton of regulation about how you're allowed to spend your money.
Can I be allowed to spend my money as I see fit even if it makes me broke?
You are trying to make it sound like a black and white issue, but you know it's not.
A video game has been argued to be highly addictive and highly damaging to people who are addicted, so why gambling with money but not video games or gambling without money? because I will go broke? maybe the goverment should tell me what to spend money on?
I like this list. I used to have Revenge at number 3 on my list (return > new hope > revenge) but each time I re-watch it my opinion drops a little bit further.Gorwe said:cameltosis said:
My current rankings of Star War films, from best to worst:
1) Return of the Jedi
2) A New Hope
3) Rogue One
4) The Force Awakens
5) Revenge of the Sith
6) Empire Strikes Back
7) The Phantom Menace
8) Attack of the Clones
9) The Last Jedi
The Last Jedi had good special effects and is a good setup for the next film......thats it. Terrible story, full of holes and terrible acting/scripting made it worse than everything else in my opinion. I know the story in Force Awakens lacked originality, but at least it made sense and flowed properly! I know that Hayden Christensen was a poor choice for Anakin and he couldn't act, but neither can Daisy, yet we forgive her!
I just feel that whilst every star wars film has specific failings, TLJ fails across the board.
Well, my list hasn't changed much. It just got the bottom feeder: (Revenge and Rogue traded places ; everything between Rogue and Return is very close to each other anyhow ; in fact I like Revenge the best but the Empire is so much better that I can't put Revenge above Empire lol ; I'll try to be more visual)
9. The Last Shit
( 10. Holiday Special )
I'm the sort of player who primarily plays in groups, yet I too question the validity of having a group-centric game in this day and age in a similar vein to EQ.Torval said:What do you mean? What specifically are referring to with the execution and why is it questionable and how does that detract from your outlook? I'm probably missing something obviously implied, sorry.Kajidourden said:This. I only question the execution. Im interested, but not hopeful about the way things are going thus far.Sovrath said:Isn't there a whole slew of people who want to have more grouping? I'm pretty sure there is.Ozmodan said:Sorry, but that is exactly what is wrong with the game. LOTS of pickup groups. Good luck with them. I don't mind grouping, but constant need to group makes for bad gameplay. The game will be a ghost town within 6 months of release.Nilden said:Actually I think half hour or less dungeon runs where you press a button in town to queue up are a big part of what is wrong with MMORPGs and want to dedicate a significant amount of time to play.Ozmodan said:Only until people watch others play it. Anyone who thinks this is old school has lost their marbles. There is nothing user friendly about Pantheon. You are going to spend lots of time forming a group to play, no 30 minute play, you are going to have to dedicate significant time for play. That will doom the game for many.
I hope they have dungeons in Pantheon that takes hours or even days to fully explore.