Best posts made by KrayZee_
@cgeist762 Yeah and I'm enjoying Far Cry 6 a lot. What's funny is that other game developers and gamers who learn how to appreciate actually love these games. The amount of bandwagon hate and with unjustified extremely unrealistic expectations is so asinine and ridiculous, people like you are getting worse and worse. Gamers were awful 10 to 15 years ago, but gamers these days are so repugnant... it's disgusting. I used to be like you when I was younger, but as I got older I start to appreciate things more. I didn't continue to hate games, and if there's a game I don't really like... I don't warn people. It's much better to form your own opinion through your own experiences than rely on someone else's opinion. So if someone likes this game, don't warn them. Let them form their own opinion. If they don't like it, so what. Let them dislike it. If they like the game, stop trying to influence them to dislike it.
Comparing Far Cry 6 to Colonial Marines is simply absurd. That's all I have to say.
whoever thought it would be a good idea to hide the minimap every single time you change zones needs to get the axe. its the most profoundly stupid design decision i have seen in the history of video games! what could possibly be worse than trying to deliver a vehicle to a destination when the minimap disappears nearly every single time you have to make a turn?
having fun otherwise.. but not even remotely joking, give the fool their pink slip. they have no place in the video game industry.
The fact you even wrote that you're not even 'remotely joking'. The level of your exaggeration with 'most profoundly', 'in the history of video games', 'what could possibly be worse' is simply laughable. What could possibly be worse? I bet a lot of people could name a thousand things that could be worse without even breaking a sweat.
@sofajockey I stopped caring about review scores when a reviewer got fired over his own opinion in 2007. I began to learn to appreciate games because forming your own opinion is more important than relying on someone else's. Expectations have also grown so unrealistically high to the point of ridiculousness, both user and critic reviews have become irrelevant to me.
@mortilla_ 15 hours in and i'm having a blast. Clearly your mileage varies. Personal taste.
So am I. Gamers' absurd attitudes and expectations these days are so much worse today than over 10 years ago. It'll only get worse in the future unless gamers learn how to appreciate.
@mortilla_ Except it's not subpar. So you honestly think the graphics, gameplay, acting, and everything else... is subpar? Are you serious? Gamers are not treated like garbage. You know what's garbage? Gamers who never even play the games would have strong opinions and start review bombing and calling games garbage even if they never played it for one second. Throughout the years, I've seen complaints that are unwarranted and ridiculous. I understand the complaints when people talk about glitches, microtransactions, and some game mechanics. What I don't understand would be trivial complaints that are somehow deal breaking that demands a refund.
When I made a multiplayer map in an older Far Cry game back in 2005 and 2006, 1 random person who joined my game and spent less than 5 seconds playing my map. The first words the guy said, 'this map sucks'. I actually spent a lot of time working on my maps, making sure it plays well and it looks great. Someone already formed an opinion without even playing it. This is what is happening with gamers these days who have asinine opinions. You think critiquing a game without justified explanation without finding any positives is reasonable? You honestly think all the professionalism is suddenly subpar? Who are you to judge? I remember asking someone's opinion of a game years ago and he said only one swear word that starts with the letter S. He didn't spend 1 second to explain why but it's somehow justified enough for a lot of people. How is that even remotely fair? Why is a worthless one worded opinion is more important and outweighs all the praises? That doesn't even make any sense.
Subpar... explain to me in detail WHY it's subpar. It better be worth reading, otherwise you're wasting my time.
@unhappylawbro Seriously man, go back to FC 3 or 4 and do a test. Using basic weapons, you kill high level enemies such as those heavy machine gun dudes just as quickly as in FC 6. I still remeber emptying most of a mag of an SMG on a single enemy in FC3 at least. I’m sorry but I fail to understand what exactly you are hoping for here. A realistic shooter? When has this series EVER been realistic? FC has never been and will never be a mil-sim or anything similar. It will always be an archady wacky fantasy that aims at a certain portion of the market.
And most importantly, I do not agree with any remark that defines this direction as “ruining the series”. For me personally, I can enjoy Takov, Squad, and FC at the same time, almost equally.
Far Cry's attempt on realism is the game Far Cry 2, but people found jamming weapons that break, malaria sickness and constantly repairing vehicles to be annoying. So Ubisoft addressed all of the problems Far Cry 2 had and made Far Cry 3 fun.
I am very disappointed to find out that hurk is not in this game I have every far cry game and will not be buying this one because of this. How can you have a icon of the franchise written out. I will not buy this game. However made this decision should be ashamed of themselves. Thank you. Until you bring him back you lost a customer
'Every' Far Cry game? I doubt that. Do you own Far Cry Instincts, Far Cry Instincts Evolution, Far Cry Instincts Predator and Far Cry Vengeance? Honestly, I'm getting tired of Hurk and he wasn't even around before Far Cry 3. He mostly serves to be comic relief, and honestly I think he overstayed his welcome.
'Ashamed'... why would they even be ashamed?
@rigged_sosboy The series is ruined? Sounds like you're upset over spilled milk. I can see two reasons why there are no dropped enemy weapons. One, they want us to explore the world and obtain their guns by other methods like shops or exploring than simply killing enemies. Two, when you already have better weapons, what's the point of picking up these weapons? We can already gather ammo from dead bodies, and it does get annoying when I pickup a dead cultist's AR-C and drop my own gun with attachments and weapon skin.
As for no looting animations, no it is not a lazy implementation. It's simply faster to auto loot than look at a body and press a button for every single body. I can see why, because looting animations is time consuming and I think the game developers would rather focus on combat than waste time watching the same animations over and over again.
Latest posts made by KrayZee_
@mayor_isabelle This game is designed for computers made 13 years ago, and you'll definitely have problems. See if you can launch the Benchmark Tool from Steam. From there, go to the 'Game Settings' tab, change the setting and try to mess around until you can launch the game properly. Make sure you turn on VSync, because the game will experience plenty of problems. Even if you manage to get the game running, then change the settings to the settings you want (Likely Ultra High settings, maxed out on everything), turn on VSync. You do not want to play Far Cry 2 above 60 frames per second, the game is not designed for that. If you do, you'll notice the NPCs will always shake their heads and they start bouncing around, and potentially causing more problems. You may also experience crashes here and there.
@krayzee_ The only time there was a sign of Juan being an opportunist, was when you were left with the choice to spare McKay. And even then, what Juan said about sparing McKay was that the REVOLUTION needed McKays funding, which was true- and quite possibly honest aswell. For Juan to call the bartender ugly just like that, could be because he knew the bartender hated Libertad- after many visits and hours talking to him across the bar counter. Reading people is the primary skill in his line of work. Which should be why he allso liked Clara- and even honored her as a hero at the end, pouring a toast on her grave. Like a friend would. His enthusiasm was with Libertad- and by his concern for McKays funding, it was clear he allso cared about a proper transition for Yara.
For a master guerilla to want to steal supplies from the oppressive opposition, the >enemy<, is about as loyal to the cause as you can get. Diegos death is just a writing glitch,
But if you're right about Juan being a through and through opportunist, for which you make a decent case, the perhaps worst writing glitch is how lightly Dani lets Clara and Diegos deaths slide as he joins Juan by Claras grave. Body language, the generous smiles there- it all signaled close friendship and trust that I woud've felt nothing of for Juan. Either the writing sucked, or we were placed in the shoes of the most naive[30some] orphan kid with- daddy issues for Juan.
Did you forget that one mission where Juan told Dani he's been selling Viviro to the Americans and used the money to finance Libertad? He explained Clara doesn't know and eventually Raúl Sánchez ambushes Dani. Dani is then held captive by Raúl Sánchez and Antón Castillo. That's another example Juan is an opportunist. Clara already explained his past and how he jumped to the CIA 'for fun'. He's been selling Viviro behind Clara's back and continues to do this even after her death, that's disrespecting Clara's views and morals. Considering he's making money and he represents himself, and not for Antón Castillo, that means he's working through the black market.
Diego's death is a writing glitch? No, Antón Castillo doesn't want his son to suffer the same fate he experienced after his own father died in the Revolution of '67. He doesn't trust Dani and he knows Libertad will not take care of Diego. Antón broke the cycle by killing his own son. If Diego experienced torture as he grows up without his parents, Diego will become just like his father and grandfather as another dictator, and therefore there will be another revolution in Yara in the future. That's not a problem in story writing, Antón is simply sparing his own son and likely preventing another bloody revolution happening again. Far Cry 6's storyline would probably be known as the Revolution of 2021 and Dani would be known as part of 'The Legends of 2021' for future generations. The writers didn't kill off Diego just for shock value, there's a reason why Antón did it.
If I'm Dani who singlehandedly liberated the entire country of Yara alone, I'd probably have so much fatigue after killing thousands of people, I'd rather chill and relax than drain more energy moping around and arguing with people like Juan. Even the Legends of '67 went through fatigue and didn't feel like participating the current revolution until El Tigre died.
@borkaman87 As much as I don't like Juan acts and how Clara dies, Juan is supposed to be an opportunist. He does not seem to care about consequences, which is the whole point of his character. I wouldn't say that's poor writing. Just because we don't like how the story ended up does not mean it's poor writing. Right from the beginning, Clara already explained he worked for Espinosa, the KGB, CIA and Mossad. She also said he's unstable, an alcoholic and a double agent. When you meet Juan, he called the bartender ugly in front of his face and he's drinking at an outdoor bar. He doesn't seem to care that he's putting himself in danger. One of the first things he wanted Dani to do, is to steal resources from the FND. All of these things are red flags that Juan is a shady character. Clara is desperate for help, Juan takes advantage of every situation he's in. One has a moral compass, the other does not and yet Juan is her mentor. Even in real life, the CIA would work with shady people in foreign countries and the same people will no doubt backstab the CIA later on. I don't think it's poor writing if the story made it pretty clear within the first hour of gameplay in Far Cry 6. He's willing to accept bribery, despite that he knows that McKay got people killed. He's willing to shoot at Diego while overhearing the conversation at the same time with Clara held hostage and Dani being blackmailed by Antón Castillo. The post-credits adds insult to injury. Even after Clara's death, Juan does not seem to mind what he is doing and he doesn't care about disrespecting the dead even if it's Clara herself.
Dani is still angry at Juan for attempting to shoot at Diego, and Dani did not like Juan's response about Diego getting shot. I don't think Dani had forgiven Juan at all, I think they're just glad Antón Castillo's regime is over, and they'd rather celebrate than bicker and argue. I'm pretty sure Dani didn't like Talia murdering María Marquessa, but Dani seems to let it go.
@gameguru2018 Outside of the US, politics isn't polarised to left and right. Life is not far left or far right. Seriously, educate yourself in real life and don't bother replying as you are being blocked. Far left is dangerous just like far right and you are just kinda added to that belief with your posts.
I recommend to not respond to him. He's been spouting a lot of nonsense for 2 years in these forums, although I wouldn't be surprised since registration in 2017. Normally I don't like ostracizing people, but it'll save you from a headache.
@sleezure Liar. Nothing but a bold face liar. You use peoples kids to attack them cause you seen on another thrtead thati had kids so you used that thinking it's cool to make your self look good yet it makes you look low.
You're accusing Sleezure a bold face liar, but you literally did bring it up in this very thread and then removed it by edit. You're doing this all to yourself. You edited your own post, then accuse someone of lying. We're not attacking kids at all, now you're twisting someone else's words. That's gold.
This is what you wrote.
"@krayzee_ No you didn't because all your argument was junk. And your points are pointless with no value. Now run off and go play outside like a good boy. Now run along boy. I don't even talk to my kids so what makes you think i'm going to talk to you boy."
I bet you're an old man, but you respond like a toddler.
@snakefist420 You're the one who brought your kids into the discussion in the first place (before you edited your post, of course).
He claims to have a great relationship with his kids, but according to him he doesn't even talk to them. He would be a neglectful parent, so he contradicted himself. Lol.
The funny thing is, he acts like a child too.
@krayzee_ No you didn't because all your argument was junk. And your points are pointless with no value. Now run off and go play outside like a good boy. Now run along boy. I don't even talk to my kids so what makes you think i'm going to talk to you boy.
Lol. You just did, twice. If you don't talk to your kids, either you're a bad parent or you're a really old man.
@snakefist420 I don't see any agenda, they're just there. In Far Cry 5, there's the whole Testy Festy side missions and this actually exist in real life Montana. The game devs even purposely have characters in Far Cry 5 act very conservative and especially those that are not even associated with Eden's Gate. Dutch talks about the 'main stream media', Zip Kupka is heavily based on Alex Jones, and characters like Hurk's dad or Merle Briggs have a heavy conservative background. No one complained about these guys, except some conservatives who feel mocked when they play this game. As for Far Cry 6, Yara is based on Cuba. Believe it or not, there are Cuban drag queens and trans. They exist. The LGBT community in Cuba has its issues, and there's definitely hostility against LGBT in Cuba. Now it's the same conservatives who believe it's being shoved down their throat when they play Far Cry 6. I'm not sure about Cuba, but in the Philippines, there are drag queens who have their own TV show for years. I'm dead serious. I don't think Ubisoft is trying to shove any agenda down your throat, I think they're trying to be accurate with culture and history. When we see the first Far Cry 6 trailer unveiled with the grenade, we see Antón Castillo's statue. The first thing that reminded me of is the Saddam Hussein statue in Iraq, and the US toppled the statue in 2003. In the trailer, it looks like it's based on that same statue, except the other hand is raised. Antón's statue toppled in the same manner.
Basically what I'm saying here, I don't think any of it is being shoved down your throat.
@krayzee_ Dude, you are addressing stuff that is not remotely related to what I said.
You wrote this:
"What is known on the Internet is that any forum with little to no moderation always ends up leaning right, which is also the case with Artificial Intelligence systems. Leftist ideas cannot exist online without censorship and heavy moderation."
I've seen enough websites where there are leftist ideas and there is absolutely no moderation whatsoever. There are definitely websites that lean right when there are moderation. They do exist.