Well that's a new one.
Type: Posts; User: Vulpius
Well that's a new one.
Not really good examples, since both games are got universally divided reviews.
Ah, yes you did. I stand corrected.
What I found annoying was seeing nothing but kelp through most windows. I guess they must've been busy trimming those before all went to hell since the views weren't that overgrown in the first game.
Well, actually they've shipped that many copies, which doesn't equal sold. It's still a noteworthy event though.
Nah, that was just before he realized just how much more people like him when he's cynical and angry. Which is a shame really, since now his reviews feel so forced.
So, what's there to say about...
I found the story overall a little unpolished as there were a bunch of gaping holes in it, Persephone felt especially rushed. It was a really interesting location with all the brainwashing rooms and...
But cats are lazy and don't do anything to earn their keep = parasites. :p
...well, except maybe catch vermin, but I don't think those existed in Rapture to begin with.
But if you say that there's something to spoil, you've already spoiled that there is a big twist in the first game. There's no way to win.
The first thing you must do is forget everything about the original BioShock. If you keep comparing BS2 to it, you'll never get a very fair comparison since the two games are so different.
I'm kind of surprised that no one has mentioned Stanley's diary about imagining he's Johnny Topside. "It's a good thing I can't tell Lamb about that. She'd probably say I got a secret need to fall...
To save you the effort of reading Atlas Shrugged, let me offer you a supposedly pretty good synopsis (not written by me).
* A dark ...auburn and lonely handsome 'hero' with no friends, steeped...
Oh no no, I think it's simpler than that. If A = 0, B = 1, C = 2 and so on, then D = 3 and G = 6
Darn. I spent the entire yesterday evening trying to solve the cipher. I had figured out that it's an ADFGVX-cipher, but without a ready grid, I couldn't really get anywhere. Besides, I was using...
Grr. "...HIS FEIGNED ANTIQUE OBSESSION?" Why can't I type it right? :p I've "drawn" it on the board multiple times now so I can safely say that it works.
Possibly. Can't check that right now myself though.
Whoops. That should've been: "THE RED PAWN LIES BUT WHERE LIE THE DOLMENS OF HIS ANTIQUE OBSESSION?" :o
Hi, long time lurker here. I think I solved the puzzle.
Starting from and ending in the question mark: "THE RED PAWN LIES BUT WHERE LIE THE DOLMENS OF HIS FEIGNED OBSESSION?"
I let the rest of...