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Juxtapose

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Juxtapose
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Member, Moderator
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Rajio
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Birthday
October 13, 1980
Steam ID
Juxtapose
PSN ID
Juxtapose1313
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Juxtapose13

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  • What Did You Accomplish In Life Today?

    @TimothyWedel said:
    I have my first job interview after looking for a job for nearly 9 months in a few hours. I'm nervous as all hell and couldn't sleep for more than an hour.

    You'll do just fine. Remember, it's simply a conversation, so go an enjoy that conversation!

    What's the job for?

    Smoreninja
  • Happy Birthday Rajio!

    A very happy birthday to our forum's founder, our own defiant Symmetra main: Master Switch!

    Now quick, everyone report him for being a poor team player and for verbal harassment!

    Seriously though, I think something fun to do would be to post some of the best Online grief you've gotten, since he's shared many of his online grief stories with us.

    For me, I haven't publicly gamed much in recent years outside of Mortal Kombat X, and the PC version doesn't have text chat and no one uses mics.

    About a year ago though I randomly got hate mail on Xbox LIVE; I think the guy read something on my old blog and disagreed with my opinion, but he didn't specify what. Instead he proceeded to tell me that apparently I was a "fucking faggot" and my cultural background was evidently Jewish with a host of obscenities attached. I reported him and action was apparently taken.

    Many of you play online publicly a good bit, so I'm sure you have much better stories to share for a laugh!

    @Rajio

    AnThMaN
  • Blizzard Entertainment Game Night

    @EchoGolfSierra

    For my own part, any weekday at 6:00 pm is a no-go as I'm on the train at that time. Saturdays are challenging for me in that suggested time slot as well as that's when I'm usually out and about and doing things around home.

    Everyone's welcome to chat and shoot the shit where they want, but for me personally, I don't need another program to do so; especially one that I'll hardly ever be logged in to. I don't understand why this has become life or death all of a sudden.

    I was also unaware that there was some kind of ultimatum that if I don't get Discord and "meet halfway," consequences will ensue. Being a member of Delay of Game did not require downloading and signing up for a third party chat client. Playing games with friends from this community has never required a third party chat client. In fact, the games we're playing requires one to log into a specific game client that has built-in chat as I've already mentioned.

    I play the games I play because I enjoy them. I play with you and members of this community because I like you guys and I have fun playing with you. This is not serious business to me, it's supposed to be fun.

    If how I do things is such an inconvenience for you, why not set up your own game nights through the method you wish to? It's not like I have the sole power to organize game nights.

    Cheers.

    RumGeoff
  • Random Beef! *Insert Rant Here*

    @Law212 and @EchoGolfSierra Shush you two. I'm an artisan. My neighbour says so. The end.

    EchoGolfSierraLaw212
  • Are we seeing another collapse of the games industry?

    @EchoGolfSierra said:

    Jux, how many people want games are irrelevant frankly. If investors lose confidence in the industry...it can shut down at tight as a drum in a single quarter. A 31% reduction of revenue during their busiest time period can potentially scare the hell out of investors. |

    Too late for people to cry for games when the only dev that still exist is Blizzard.

    What I mean by how I don't think a crash like in the '80's is perfectly possible today is because of the indie scene. Blizzard aside, even if the industry crashes, indie guys will still be making and finding ways to get their games out there.

    With how gaming is ingrained in society today and how people do want games, I do think (despite my belief in a need for it), that we won't see a crash like the '80's, at least not any time soon.

    Time, of course, will tell.

    EchoGolfSierra