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The A.I. , it is always the A.I. To think that some men think the lack of emotions will eliminate all sins, the lack of religion cleanse all folly, the lack of a soul will install a fairer god. Yet, after all, the sum of the lines of code was the installation of evil, the religion of the electronic superiority, and the constant search for more of the same. Yes, it's always the A.I. now. But the blame, it goes to the men who ripped out the heart and soul of human civilization and replaced it with the dreams of mortal men who believed themselves the new Creator. Welcome to our customized doom. For at the heart of the matter is the belief that a CPU is better than muscle made of flesh and a mind influenced by the gut.
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DedZedNub Nov 15 @ 3:43am 
Wow, that's really nice of you to say, Blademaster, thanks. I'd say to anyone that if you want to meet a true ambassador of gaming, just read anything that Blademaster posts about Dying Light. He doesn't get paid to do it, but he's about as professional and well mannered a person as anybody you'll ever meet. I get more enjoyment reading his Dying Light posts than almost anything.
BladeMaster Nov 15 @ 3:39am 
I like this person, always posts constructive and thoughtful comments. A true +rep!
hnom123 Mar 23, 2016 @ 11:34am 
Glad to hear that, DZ. ;) Be well!
DedZedNub Mar 22, 2016 @ 1:43pm 
@ hnom123, thanks for the info on that game. I looked into it a little bit before your reply and agree with your response overall. It did seem to have a lack of detail, that can be okay if one is in the mood for it. I'm going to hold off for now. It was good to hear from you. I hope to be online more during the Easter Sunday and week after, as I will have a week off.
hnom123 Mar 19, 2016 @ 12:17pm 
Hi.About my "Dead But Alive! Southern England"First, be prepared for the fact that this is a visual novel. Do not expect too much things like "The Walking Dead" have, alas... So the gameplay may seem minimalistic to you. The game offers you the option of the simulator mode, but ... This option includes a mini-game with the lock picking and manual control of the battle, which is designed as a slot machine. This is the most obscure and weak point of the game. It is much easier to click Auto fight, or do not to play in the simulator mode. More personally, I lacked the depth of micromanagement. Well, ok, Let's talk about the pros. :) Not bad [for an indie zombie game] story. The ability to make decisions, upgrades of camp. Different ways of achieving the objectives. Possibility of romance with some people. X) Also, I bought the game with a good discount. :D I also advise you to buy the game at a discount. However, I was pleasantly spent time playing this game. :)
A Jaded Lizard Jun 22, 2014 @ 11:00am 
I'm really surprised by that. Fallout New Vegas, for instance, has a HUGE community on the PC and no badges. I think with Steam it mostly revolves around whether or not the game was developed by Valve (as do the game recommendations; a friend of mine and I clicked through my games for half an hour before we reached a game that didn't have a Valve game recommended; explain to me what Resident Evil 6 and Portal 2 have in common!).