Varric strongly disagrees with you
Iron Bull strongly disagrees with you
Dorian strongly disagrees with you
Vivianne strongly disagrees with you
Blackwall strongly disagrees with you
Solas strongly disagrees with you
Sera strongly disagrees with you
And I don’t even know what I did!
Well, I do know what I did. I put a man to death. But not because I meant too! It was because I accidentally selected the wrong dialogue option with my left hand, while my right was busy trying to fetch me more chips. Perils of the ambidextrous gamer, the constant battle between being able to eat, and able to play the game. This has been the extent of my relationship thus far with the newly released Dragon Age: Inquisition. Continue reading
I still don’t understand the hatred of “campers”. Dont get me wrong i get frustrated off when i run around the corner and get my brains blown out by a guy laying on the ground but i cant tell the guy how to play the game. Multiplayer means “multiple people playing multiple ways” at least thats how i would define it. So really if i were to complain and try and tell that jag off that they are playing the game wrong, i in fact would be in the wrong. I mean who am i or any of you playing online multiplaer to tell some one they are playing the game wrong? A true gamer would figure out a way to outmaneuver such a strategy. At least that’s what I would do. To protest against “Camping” would be a like stabbing a knife into the back of the online community. I mean if I was good enough to be able to snipe from one spot the entire game and still end up with the most kills doesn’t that say something about everyone elses skill as an online competitor. In other words if you cant compete again someone camping you make just be shit at the game. Just saying. I think the best part of online multiplayer is the ability to play the game as you wish, in any fashion you can create within the game. A true gamer adapts to their enemies and defeats them, they don’t complain about them.