lisamariesegarra
Lisa Marie Segarra
lisamariesegarra
Yesterday 1:41PM
9

I’m waiting for the return of furniture sets. This game is missing a majority of the furniture sets that have been mainstays of the series. In addition, furniture added to the DIY crafting usually isn’t enough for a full set, even if you mix-and-match it with other sets. Read more

Yesterday 12:54PM
10

I gave it and Nintendo some grace in the beginning.

I think a lot of people went in thinking that this was a game you were supposed to “win”. Like the time-travelers you mentioned, but also the people who put in 400 hours, in an extremely short amount of time (say, a month). Read more

Yesterday 12:50PM
13

I don’t understand. I have to admit there was just something about New Horizons that didn’t stick the landing. New Leaf had me returning for nearly three years; unfortunately with NH, I lasted about 10 or so months and then lost interest. Obviously for the time I placed and the content I enjoyed, the experience was Read more

Yesterday 12:41PM
30

I’m really torn on New Horizons. On one hand, I’m tired of complaints that the game has “no content” when time travelers gobble up every update in a day. Read more

6/10/21 1:39PM
1

sims and also it’s cottage-core. I guess I should probably say goodbye to my girlfriend before it comes out and she disappears for good.

6/10/21 11:53AM
1

Oh, this expansion looks really good! I’ve passed on the last few additions to the Sims, but having large plots, and being able to farm, yeah that sounds like fun! Now we just need a Sims 5 teaser...

5/06/21 11:49AM
14

My current score right now is 2428. My internet goes out quite frequently.

5/06/21 11:39AM
6

Not an expert, but 1415 sounds like a really good score. I think the best I ever managed was around 800?

4/28/21 2:58PM
12

As a father of an avid Pokemon Go kid who turned 11 yesterday: You did nothing wrong. If you hadn’t see the kid himself and done what you did, there would have been zero guilt. It’s a low-stakes lesson for a kid to get disappointed. It’s happened to my son countless times on our Pokewalks. But rather than get mad, we Read more

4/27/21 10:54AM
5

Hey, Greg. If you are new here; what’s up, how’s it going? If you have seen me comment before; what’s up, how’s it going? It’s great to see you.

3/24/21 12:59PM
69

This is inevitably what will happen when games touch close to reality. It’s weird to me that the guy says “No one wants to play as an Iraqi civilian” because I’ve felt for awhile now like a “role reversal” situation could potentially make for a very solid survival game. Like imagine a game set during the Rwanadan Read more

3/19/21 1:27PM
4

Don’t beat yourself up over it. You can’t commit every waking hour to the job search. In my experience, there aren’t even enough decent jobs available to fill a whole day of searching. You have to do something fun to offset how soul crushing looking for a job can be. It’s the healthy thing to do.

3/18/21 3:58PM
3

I absolutely feel this. I stay up and play games late at night even though my wife says I can play during the day because I feel guilty playing in between looking for work. Also, I’m happy I didn’t get the job I applied for at Digital Trends now. Best of luck on your new job! :) The job market is brutal right now.

3/18/21 3:39PM
16

unfortunately gaming while unemployed also brings about the guilt of doing something unproductive when i should be looking for a job or cleaning up or figuring out something to get better at.  it sucks.

2/15/21 4:28PM
8

Absolutely has to be Super Mario Party. It takes too fucking long to complete a game of any substance (10+ turns), so you’re stuck with the other person for at least an hour. If somebody gets completely shut out from winning halfway through the game (which happens all the time), then they either get to king-make or Read more

2/12/21 12:11PM
3

Games need to be better at saying “no” to players in general. It makes for a richer story. Read more

1/28/21 3:16PM
77

I feel so cynical and nihilistic watching the wealthy class clutch their pearls at another class creating market volatility. I graduated in 2011, in the middle of a “once in a lifetime” global recession that caused my industry to shrink by 30-40%, caused by the wealthy class pulling the levers of the world economy Read more

1/27/21 6:57PM
2

To be fair, I think it would still be news if a western developer (rather than an investor firm) was doing this much purchasing - if Activision had bought a large stake in Dontnod, for example, I tend to assume Kotaku would still have covered it. But you’re right in that they don’t really seem to be doing anything Read more