"Now where did I leave that..."
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, It took me way more replays than I'm willing to admit before your comment made sense as I didn't see the extra hand.
*queue x-files music*
@The Lonely Sloth, *Cue
@Colombian Sugar, I think they may both work cue as in start playing and queue being set to play next idk though
@Colombian Sugar, unless it's on repeat now
@Colombian Sugar, I think you're right.
@k1ngs4ndm4n, slow internet lol
@k1ngs4ndm4n, what if someone says it verbally what then?
@Pubmarine Shamwich, actually if it's on repeat it would be cued to play and queued to play next
@The Lonely Sloth, #bestcomments
The hidden reloads on this game....
Batman: crap I'm out of ammo
Alfred: here you are sir do you require anything else
@princeofdarkness, pfft. Pleb. Everyone knows Batman doesn't use guns.
@tiburon, Actually, Batman used a gun in the original comics.
@Farseer of Ulthwe, shhhhhhh sh sh sh *pushes pillow down harder*
@tiburon, You will not hide the truth! But this pillow is extra soft . . . I think I'll stay here.
*gets shot looking for where that came from*
@Colombian Sugar, shot by the third hand
In Battlefield Hardline, there's a super rare chance that when you reload it will play a special animation. This is one of them. There's more and they're all just as silly.
I'd kinda like it if an RPG made reloading guns a little more realistic. Like, you've got clips, but only so many. You've got a bag of loose ammo, and if your clips run out you need to hide in cover and reload the clips.
For something that's survival based, like Fallout, I think it would add a lot to the game. It would also mean that if you're using a clip based gun and you reload before your gun is empty, the clip still has some rounds in it.
@I Are Lebo, maybe something like Day Z or 7 days to die?
@JangoFett, Day Z had potential, but floundered due to its awful multiplayer aspects.
Not sure what 7 days to die is.
@I Are Lebo, Minecraft but zombies will eat your brains. Also I believe it is in its Alpha stages (?) and plays quite well
@JangoFett, I will NEVER play a beta stage game again. Ever. After Minecraft, too many companies have tried to cash in on that bandwagon of essentially having your beta testers pay YOU to test it. The worst case scenario is when so many people buy the beta that it no longer is profitable for the company to finish the game. They already sold it, so why bother?
Also, a lot of companies try to slap on the phrase 'Alpha stage' or 'alpha test'. They're not alpha. They're beta. Alpha is testing the programming, not the gameplay. And an alpha that doesn't crash literally ALL the time is a game that's finished the alpha stage.
The Joy Of Creation, the FNAF copy in free roam, was beta. It had no objectives, no winning conditions, and bare bones content. But it was still beta, not alpha. Minecraft claimed to release in alpha, too. That was a beta test, not an alpha test.
There's no point releasing a public alpha test. All the problems would be coding based. The feedback would be useless.
Anyone seen the Bo Burnham vine? "hmm, hmm, hm-wha? Whose hand was that!? Ahhh!
Haters will say it's fake
I always love that gamer instinct to just look around and drop the controller when confusing studf hapoens
Ah yes the Easter Egg reloads from battlefield hardline beta
Is this the bf4 update I got the email about?
@Steveo C93, This is Battlefield hardline
Your Thomas Hawk, sir
Rawr spawn reload, go!
@zac bagans, Actually, Battlefield has a bunch of hidden reload animation Easter eggs.
Everyone needs an Alfred