Lutin Marther The King was the first homosapien to emerge from the jungles of Africa. He taught the apes reading, writing, and arithmetic, as well as to hunt, and walk upright.
One ape however, an albino named Cathol, had acquired the sneaky skill of cultivation. He would clear out acres of land using animal slaves, plant crops, and trade them to his fellows. He would also slaughter his animals slaves for easy meat. This was the dawn of agriculture and capitalism.
Updated 01-16-2010 at 02:24 PM by Nectar
"Dante's Inferno rips off God of War but its fun so who cares???"
This apathetic attitude is why the industry thinks it can get away with anything nowadays. If you don't think something matters, why have an opinion at all? Go enjoy your day one DLC and stop arguing for the sake of arguing on the internet against people who know what they're talking about.
To all apathetic gamers
Updated 02-17-2010 at 06:33 AM by Nectar
There is nothing wrong with taking games seriously. If wine tasters can blow their tops over the subtleties and exquisite hints of gentle raspberry and fine oak in a fifty-year old bottle of rotgut, I see no reason why we can't bask in the same whimsical nonsense.
I dreamed I worked at Gamestop and Gene Simmons came in asking for Assassin's Creed 2. After I suggested a used copy, his face started to transform. He then headbutted me, grabbed my throat, and said...
"I will end you."
Some say activities like gaming are a waste of time. These people live in a different worlds. Worlds consctructed in reaction to social standards where everyone wants to look and feel the dominate ape.
It's after Christmas. There are gifts lying around but I can't bring myself to open them. Why do actions so simple take such strenuous effort? That's depression. It's like a magnet constantly drawing you inward or a gear that's got you stuck in neutral. There are no bad activities