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Like him or not, he's 100% accurate, so was his previous video titled "videogame discourse", which covered the typical "fanboi" crap we all had to deal with at some point in the past.

You should ask the retards who keep attaching the word "punk" to whatever they found. I guess creating stupid sub-genres makes them feel special somehow. In their small minds this is probably formula:

As I say, you can't fix garbage.

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23 hours ago, Kendo 2 said:

Still a truckload of MEH.


I agree. Nothing has shown me more than Meh... at first it was exciting but it quickly got boring.  Also, I am lucky I am not on a metered internet connection as they constantly have updates of 20+ gigs what seems to be daily!

I haven't went back to it after the first week or two where I put in 87 + hours. I tried to go back for a complete play through but soon just got distracted with other stuff and never went back.

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