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  1. Well, I was only sarcastically poking fun, in reality I don't have any problem if you like that kind of thing. Besides, sometimes pony abuse in the show can be funny if the character in question actually deserves it.
  2. In my view, I don't mind if there's slapstick or not on a basic level as long as the show is good. I have to say, though I'm not against slapstick in general, the lessening of it has allowed the show to grow and evolve, it can tell better and more serious stories carefully, and the humour needs more consideration and thought to work, at least half the time in the good episodes anyway. Like I said, It's not that I hate slapstick, It's just I think It's a kind of basic and bland way to put humour in, however funny it may be and there are more creative and interesting ways to write than that, I'm glad the show is exploring those ways and experimenting with different comedy compared to the old approach. Also who really wants to see pony abuse that badly huh? That's what places like DeviantArt and Tumblr are for
  3. Good on you. I did have a good pic that might be useful for this but for the love of god I can't find it XD
  4. Fair point. I think I've seen them on DA various times but It's hard to track them down. I may do that... Also piece of advice, you should credit the original artists when you post other people's stuff on here, It's just so it doesn't look like you've tried to steal art and claim it as your own, people might get the wrong idea.
  5. I don't really have any pictures to show, I'm a terrible artist, but these are really well done. Sorry, just thought I'd post something since it seems kind of dead in this club, plus I do find it kind of interesting despite being a guy... Don't ask...
  6. Hi there, thanks for the brohoof. It's a little late I guess, but it doesn't seem you've been here long so welcome to the forums.

  7. So I wasn't quite sure where to put this. It's not really related to ponies per se but it does it relate to this forum which is related to ponies so It's kind of a paradox, regardless the mods will move it if It's in the wrong place so that's all well and good. But I wanted to give an apology to anyone who reads this who I've been in contact with here. Here's the thing: I've been using MLPForums for a long time, and throughout that time, looking back, I've said some really bad things to people. I don't intend to come off as a jerk, that's the last image I want to give, but sometimes I make decisions and say things to people which give that image, and I wanted to say I'm sorry, It's totally my fault and I should better think through what I'm saying before I say it. If you're wondering what I'm specifically talking about, It's those moments where I get a little angry with people, or where I've been snarky or not respecting of other people's opinions, or a combination of the three, or anything else I've done, like lashing out at others, complaining about stupid minuscule problems or asking for help on things that have no place in a MLP forum. I don't want to drag this out too long and bore you though, I've reflected on these things and promise to resolve in the future, and I hope those of you who I've said these things to can forgive me, but if you can't or won't I can accept that. Sayonara. P.S - This won't mean anything to anyone who doesn't know what I'm talking about, kinda awkward I guess. Ooh, also I thought this would be easier than trying to track my posts and PM people individually, so that's why this is public, here's hoping the people It's meant for see this.
  8. I don't find slide jumping to be that effective, I beat the game first before going for them so I have the Crash Dash which is really useful for levels like that. I don't really think I had any special strategy for Toad Village except run, don't get hit, break any box you have and don't stall. I made the Platinum in a bare fraction of a second. EDIT: Oh, also, if you go a little in front of the clock without hitting it and just use the fruit bazooka on it, you'll have already covered some ground so it saves you some time, for toad village I believe the best spot to shoot is from near the first puddle.
  9. I've been playing Crash N Sane Trilogy since it came out, and It's fun. Like, REALLY fun. As frustrating as it can be for me sometimes It's an amazing remaster of an already amazing set of games, and I'm not saying that out of nostalgia, hell, I've only dabbled with the originals in the past and wasn't even around when they came out. But with being inexperienced means I'm certainly no professional. I played through Crash Warped first (It's my favourite, I know It's out of order but meh) and before I head on to two I wanna get the rest of the gems and clean up those Platinum Relics but god damn they are so hard... I barely managed to platinum the first level by the skin of my teeth and now I'm already stuck again because the underwater levels have a vengeance against me. Anyone got some good Crash Warped Relic tips? Would be much appreciated, thanks. Let's see how many Crash fans are around in these forums I wonder...
  10. Perhaps I will, I should probably give it a closer look before trying to say what I think of It's art.
  11. I can't comment on the lockpicking stuff or the minigames, but I think the crafting system thing might as well be the worst part of it, I haven't been able to craft anything, but from the pure amount of items you have to run around picking up just within the first hour and the cluttered menus I mentioned before, I think that might be the main issue here. I'm not sure really, It's hard to explain or put it into words. Now take what I'm saying with a LOT of salt because apart from the box art and some gameplay videos/trailers and whatnot I've barely seen that much of Witcher 3, but from what I have seen, it just doesn't have anything that sticks out to me, while I've complained about Bethesda in this post, I wouldn't have bought there games if there wasn't something that attracted me to them, Fallout has the idea of exploring a post apocalypse nuclear wasteland, and Skyrim has all the dragons and dudes with really cool armour, but what does Witcher 3 have? It's not just that either, I feel like the color palette from what I've seen is really bland, I've only seen a lot of browns and murky colors that make it look kind of boring and uninteresting, a game can have the most advanced graphics in the world but if the art style doesn't look appealing in the first place how am I supposed to get invested in the world I'm gonna be exploring for the next 8-10 hours?
  12. Well, It's been a while since I've played, so maybe I didn't remember it right I guess, I dunno. I just remember feeling lost and not having a clue what to do, because of issues I mentioned in the original post. And giving me a quest menu is fine, but I haven't seen many waypoint markers as I've been playing, or at least don't remember seeing them, nor have I seen any help menus. I'm not saying you don't have a valid point however, I'm just saying it feels like you're trying to make what I'm saying seem completely invalid. Oh, and yeah, I don't think ES6 is happening yet, most games have a 2 year production span or around that time, and Bethesda usually don't seem to make sequels quickly one after another. I believe there were around 7-8 years between Fallout 3 and 4, so if we go by the same logic and you cross your fingers it should be out by 2018 or 2019, though I'd bet more on 2019 since we didn't see it at E3 this year. Just a prediction though. Well, It's like I said, I'm interested in the world and characters but when you can't really get the hang of the game after the tutorial you won't see any of the cooler stuff, or in my experience with Skyrim, I'll just get bored and stop playing. I wouldn't really touch any Witcher games since the art style Isn't my thing, but I'm sure there's better stuff out there. I guess you're just really good at it then, more power to you.
  13. Yeah, It's another help forum. Surprise surprise. I must REALLY be annoying the always online users at this point. But yeah, this post was sparked by when I was installing all my games onto my Xbox One (which I can now do much easier thanks to the S's 2TB hard drive, that's my motivation) and eventually reached Fallout 4. I remember getting the game soon after release, trailers and such were honestly really interesting and dragged me into the hype. It was my first Bethesda game, and when I eventually sat and played it, I really struggled to get into the swing of the gameplay. I just can't seem to get used to Bethesda's trademark gameplay style. Since Fallout 4 I've played more of their games and have the same problem every time. Fallout 3 and Skyrim, along with Fallout 4 are all games I have the same issue with: Little to no guidance. It feels like throwing a baby into bathwater the minute after they come out of the womb, that's the best way to describe it. After a very short intro sequence which only quickly glosses over the basics, you're thrust into the fray of the open world with no sense of direction or help. These are key to video games, you need to ease the player into the game and let them get accustomed to It's mechanics before just dropping them into the world and saying "go nuts". On top of that there's always so many cluttered menus, gameplay features and such everywhere that it feels like you can't keep track of anything and will end up spending HOURS cycling through everything constantly inbetween the action. With an open world that's so vast and mazelike to explore, it doesn't teach you half of what you need to know. And the games being sequels isn't an excuse, plenty of sequels get franchise newcomers, and even Fallout 3, the first game in the franchise to use the formula it has today, does a poor job of explaining the mechanics. Every game of theirs I own hasn't got much playtime from me. It pains me because I WANT to love these games, I'm interested in the lore of the worlds Bethesda make and the characters, I wanna explore it and find out more, and the game itself too, I wanna fight dragons, I wanna run around in a badass power suit, but I can't summon the will to get to those parts when I can barely get myself started, and that's not including having to scavenge and search for every item in a room before moving on to stand a chance. Any thoughts?