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Doctor Shark

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  1. Lena Headey, innit. She’s typically MVP in anything she’s in.
  2. I think better ways they could have handled it: - they both get banished - Duncan gets banished, Teela quits to go look for him. As it is, regardless of her gender, it was a properly selfish response that was at odds with the character they’d just spent the last 20 mins building up.
  3. I mean, ignoring the whole sexism angle, Teela’s reaction was a bit shitty. Her king and queen’s son dead, her best friend dead, the hero of the realm, dead. Her father banished. It just felt really odd for her to throw her toys out of the pram and storm out. Would have been better if they’d both been banished by King Randor rather than just Man at Arms.
  4. As fun as I’m sure this conversation is for the few of you, has anyone got any more impressions of the game?
  5. I never said you had an obligation to do anything, only to do what you feel is right for you, personally.
  6. I “propose” people do what they feel is right, but have some consideration that it might not have the intended impact on the people they’re trying to punish.
  7. I mean…fair enough. But if everyone stops buying Acti-Blizzard games, do you really think it’s going to be the multi-millionaire senior people who will suffer? Or will it be the thousands of other employees who have had to work in these conditions? Not buying their stuff won’t fix anything. They need to be taken out of the organisation completely and for new people to take over who actually do live by and espouse the values of the organisation.
  8. Never said it was an improvement (I don’t think it is), but just to show they have, previously, responded to feedback about these sort of things. As you might expect, a number of the fan base were outraged at these changes thinking it was Blizzard capitulating to political correctness.
  9. This is such a poor response to a fan question and you can see how disappointed she is with their sarcastic answer, especially from Asfrabiabi or however you spell it. The funniest thing about this is they did actually end up doing it - they changed all female characters from being overly sexualised in bikini armour to being fully covered. Jaina Proudmoore used to wear a midriff showing mage outfit but now wears something that covers her. And Sylvanas, the leader of the undead, used to wear bikini armour and now stomps around in full body armour. They have in the past also responded to feedback on Overwatch character Tracer following fan feedback that it overly sexualised her (original on the left, replacement on the right) So publicly they’ve been shown to be very responsive to things like this whilst internally they’ve been rife with scumbags and pervs. Id say such a shame to see a once great company fall, but it sounds like it wasn’t all that great to begin with.
  10. In my excitement I started playing the original again yesterday. It’s still as good as ever! Isaac moves like an old school resident evil character, the necromorphs are about as scary as Barney the dinosaur, but damn, the game is still fun as hell. Still looks really good, too!
  11. The only thing I don’t like about Bluey is that it makes you feel like an utterly terrible parent by comparison.
  12. Damn, I’m so excited for this I might have to go play the original again. It’s on EA access, apparently!
  13. My son is still playing this religiously. He’s wrecked the Island but he’s having fun. Flowers cover every inch. Random water features. Random stuff plonked down any old where. I stopped playing last year and haven’t really gone back other than on my birthday and Father’s Day where my son had bought me presents in game (an electric guitar and a bass guitar!). Are there any new updates coming out? The coffee shop? Cap’n? Anything?
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