On Bad Gamers Episode 80, @Dan Oravasaari talks about why San Diego Comic Con sucks, @Chandler Wood tells us why SLC has the best Comic Con (I'm lying), and the two of them compile a wishlist for the best fighting game of all time. If anyone reads this, don't forget to email them about why you're in the PC Master Race. They want your hate... and love, I guess. Convention Talk Everything is expensive. Everything has a niche. If you don't know, you don't know. I don't know. Why did Dan go to SDCC if he hates it? lmfao The Last of Us Movie The Last of Us Remastered came out (review), and SDCC told us that there is going to be a movie? Sam Raimi is directing a movie with Bruce Campbell and Maisie Williams as Joel and Ellie? Dammit, I'm going to watch it if that is true! I know it probably isn't going to be as good as the game, but I love Bruce Campbell. I'm sold. Dafuq?! Super Mortal Kombat Cross Tekken Cross Street Fighter Ultra 4 Complete Edition SMKxTxSFU4xCE wasn't a myth. I won't accept anything else, unless they want to add Guilty Gear to it as well. I could accept that. Tekkens have come and gone since I last played Tekken 2. Some people in the comments for articles told me that I've missed out on a lot of stuff, but the hype is over for me already. Maybe when these newer games come out and some marketing is thrown into them; maybe then I'll try to play one. As of now, Tekken x Street Fighter is vaporware to me. Destiny's One Map Per Planet? I don't care about this. When you play an open-world game, does it really matter how many entry points there are to get somewhere? For a single map, Old Russia was kind of large. If people aren't happy with maybe 10-20 (I don't know the exact number) maps of those sizes justifying their purchase, then what is really going to satisfy them? There are at least 2 expansions announced. Bungie are basically making a neo-Azeroth (World of Warcraft) within an FPS. I don't know what the full scope of the game is going to be, but I could see this being a really long game with a lot of stuff in it. How many hours have people sunk into this map? PC Master Race John Romero publicly announced that he was part of the PC Master Race. Coolstorybro. Dude, you created Doom. Seriously, we knew already. You can have your fragmented file systems, lack of hardware support, and all that comes with it. I'll take my dated hardware for $400 and enjoy myself. As for free-to-play killing developers - when? I don't remember this killing over 100 devs. Devs die when their products aren't bought enough. I'm not sure that f2p is the cause of this. He's smiling because he gets his computer supplies for free. Episodic Games So you guys review each episode and then review the full season independently as its own story? I never took a notice to that, and I'm not sure how I feel about it. It's kind of great because you take into account that each episode is an incomplete game, but it's also cool for people like me who don't buy episodes and want to know how the full story works together. What I don't like is how it's inconsistent with how PSLS does other reviews. For instance, there is a review for The Last of Us (PS3), and there is a review for The Last of Us: Left Behind (DLC). There is also a review for Killzone: Shadow Fall, and the Killzone: Shadow Fall Intercept DLC. However, there wasn't a review of The Last of Us + the DLC until the Remastered version came out (like with Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition). Is this going to be a special format (going forward) for episodic titles? I've still not played The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, or anymore of these games. They've been low priorities for me as my backlog grows. I plan to pick all of them up on Vita eventually (if they all show up there), though I have already paid for the Jurassic Park game on PS3. Maybe I should play it.