JHern wrote:No, I take the subject seriously. Would you rather that nobody took it seriously?
Feel free to tune out any time PMantle, you only just tuned in a few months ago. This discussion has been ongoing at DGR since 2008, and probably long before that. DGCR might be more appealing for you, if name-calling is all you're interested in doing.
JHern wrote:PMantle wrote:Glad somebody said it. That post was douchetacular.what'shisname wrote:jhern, you sure do take yourself pretty seriously, eh?
No, I take the subject seriously. Would you rather that nobody took it seriously?
JHern wrote:Yeah, I realize this game is more about having the skill to hit a button at just the right time, and less to do with understanding the physics of disc flight. And I confess I'm not a video game player, I've never liked them my entire life.
PMantle wrote:...I never called anyone a name. I refered to a post...
what'shisname wrote:...Just so we're on the same page here.... the actual subject is the video game.
Ryen91 wrote:I am pretty sure I am more intelligent then you think and have allot more knowledge then your post might suggest.
That's only an excuse when you don't even try to aim for realism with your game. Where would flight sims and racing sims be if they didn't try to model all of the physics as accurately as the developers can make them run on the platform they're designing them for? The tone of JHern's posts might have been a bit harsh, but the idea was totally correct, if you're actually going to market something as a realistic disc golf game and it doesn't even try to model some of the most fundamental things that golf discs do, then you're lying to some extent.PMantle wrote:It is a game. I repeat. It is a game.
I have no problem saying they're lying as well. =)JR wrote:While accurate lying is a harsh word considering most marketing and politics is the same or worse.
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