Stalvern wrote:First, that was a personal message because I wanted to keep a one-to-one matter like that out of the thread. Second, it wasn't a threat; it was a fair warning – I'd rather make one last stab at actually resolving an issue than block you out of nowhere. Third, it couldn't be a threat anyway because whether I see your posts or not changes nothing on your end.
Everyone here has indulged you beyond reason in discussing the same points over and over and over again, which you're always apologetic about but invariably circle right back around to the next week. You lament the toxicity and polarization of YouTubers and Metacritic brigades and The Crappy Games Wiki but simultaneously accept them unconditionally as absolute truth, and it never changes, no matter how many times you let people think that they've talked you into some kind of sane distance from them. It's clear that you feel some need for an external, concrete authority to consult and orient your thoughts by (and God knows you wouldn't be the first), but this unshakable faith that you have in the worst dregs of the Internet couldn't be more misplaced. And no matter how much the people on this forum show that they care for you personally, no matter how much they bend over backwards to accommodate and include you, your loyalty is still toward the communities and people that seem to do nothing but hurt you.
Ok, sorry I took the message the wrong way, but anyways, you complain about me taking others too seriously, yet you also do not complain if I take critics opinions too seriously, talk about double standards. Anyways, it true that people like Allie-RX with extreme comments like "Play any version of Bayonetta you want, but if you pick the PS3 version, you deserve to be mocked, ridiculed and bullied for the rest of your life." are too black and white and should not be taken as grant. Also I did this because I disagree with people defending the not so good Switch port of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night and take it as fact from other random sources, it sad that things have gotten much worse these days as it one of the things that prevents me from enjoying the 8th gen along with critics mixed reviews for games from this not so great gen?
And to go on a more positive note. I do really like Liana K on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxeNJd ... juZRpEgfTQ
, I like her not because she is hot and a kitty cat lover, but she is one of the few real life Feminist I have respect for that are not so extreme and black and white like others and is neutral on things which make me happy as she is easier to take seriously unlike the worst dregs on the internet.
Why would you want an agreeable echo chamber anyway? Would you like the Critic more if every review was written to appease your feelings? Do you want to go to a place where everyone kisses your ass?
It because the critic is so mixed on 8th gen that it become the most polarizing gen the critic has been through, then again I blame that combined with trusting others from the web.
DrLitch wrote:Dude the reviews are supposed to be entertainment. You should enjoy what you enjoy. I do not put much stock on Rotten Tomatoes for instance. If I did then the Last Jedi would be a good film. It is not, it sucked. It sucked so much I have a new respect for George Lucas's childish Reboot 1999-2005. This is just one example of many. However I still read the reviews for entertainment and perspective but I will form my own opinions ultimately.
Funny thing you mentioned this because lately people have been more respective to the prequel trilogy once the Last Jedi came out. And true if you look at Metacritic scores for Street Fighter V critics liked it, users hated it just like the Last Jedi.
DrLitch wrote:This is a buzzword you like. Why do things need to be polarizing? If it is other people doing the fighting then do what everyone sensible does, do not get involved. When you were at school and two guys were throwing fists at each other did you jump in and get involved or did you watch the fight out of morbid curiosity? I will guess the latter.
I unfortunately like to be a bandwagon freak because I am board so I have nothing else better to do then be involved with drama.
Eh maybe I was bending the truth a bit I did not even know Megaman is on PC
If you did research it is on PC.
DrLitch wrote:If you want him to review the PS4 version for sake of personal feelings you should at least offer to purchase him a copy. Better yet, let this one go. The Critic probably bought it for the Switch because his Switch collection was looking a little light while he had a plethora of PS4 games. I and most people like to balance collections out. No agenda.
But is critic sensitive on framerate in games are not really?
DrLitch wrote:Most people here support free speech. Banning is ridiculous unless blatant trolling.
You do know outing "insert name" as in invoking a bad guy<->you a victim will not fly with most. At best this will be seen as a passive aggressive move, at worst, name shaming. I purposely did not include the User's name to give you an opportunity to edit your post. His name, if over a personal remark in PM, should not be brought up. What goes down in Vegas stays in Vegas.
I am sorry I took the message seriously from that said person. And what private should stay private is that correct.
As long as grievances stay on internet that is fine and yields minimal damage. I hope you exercise self control in real life, in workplace, at home, etc.
I struggle to see your point of view regarding polarizing opinions. I read all kinds of crazy crap everyday and laugh at most of it.
EDIT Stalvern posted before me. Keeping my posts /thoughts intact nonetheless.
I have a long held confession to make, I do have autism so that may explain all my problems on the site and is also 30 years of age sad face. This may explain why I cause so much drama on the forums.
Matchstick wrote:Great reviews!
Only if critic gave Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night score to the right version not the bad Switch version?