Smooth Opener

XxBeN-CrAzYxX knows how to make an entrance.

“So I finally decided to turn on my Open to All online setting in Saints Row the 3rd for the first time. Not 5 minutes after, this guy waltzes into my game. He’s there long enough to see my avatar before pausing the game, and a moment later I get his first message.”

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“I was willing to give him the benefit of the doubt for SOME reason I don’t remember, but when I asked him to clarify he went ahead and dissapointed me with his second message.”

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“I managed to keep my calm long enough to let him know that despite what he might’ve heard, those lines don’t work, then blocked & reported him. And from now on, that setting can stay on Friends Only, even if I have none with this game…”

  • http://www.facebook.com/kroscovius Krista Roscovius

    That gamertag..it burns!… O.O

  • http://facebook.com/deathbydd DeathbyDD

     You know, us gamer ‘girls’, we always play in da nude. *nodnod*

  • WhyleKat

    I’m male but play as a female in Saint’s Row the 3rd.   I so wish this guy waltzed into my game for a sausage surpise!

  • http://facebook.com/deathbydd DeathbyDD

     I like skyrim. One thing that kinda ticked me off about it though was whenever I would see a nice suit of armor: Full coverage of the arms, leg, torso, with some neat spikes etc. But when I’d pick it up and it would magically morph into a low v-neck with a metal skirt. Yes, because my legs, arms, and heart don’t need protection from arrows and swords, nevermind the freezing cold of the Tamriel northland. -_-

  • WhyleKat

    Ha ya know I thought about that too!  Let’s set the scene: I’m in Tamriel hiking thru snowy mountains while wearing nothing but straps that somehow constitues a Vest and a half skirt half shorts thing.  But I was a Khajiit so my coat of fur was all the protection I needed (in my head.)  But I pondered if the same thing looked as silly on human charaters.  And obviously it does!  Thanks! haha

  • http://facebook.com/deathbydd DeathbyDD

     In older Elder Scrolls games you could wear several layers…cloths underneath armor. So (in my head) thats what I do by having warm-looking cloths in my inventory along with my armor of choice (Nightingale Armor) ^_^

  • Anonymous

    Oh, snap! I totally forgot you could wear clothes under armor in Daggerfall.  My Breton rogue wore a Khajit body suit for imagined stealthfulness.

  • http://facebook.com/deathbydd DeathbyDD

     The additional attire allowed for a lot more enchantable goodness (you could wear cloths, then armor, then jewlery, then a cloak to top it all off! ^_^

  • Anonymous

    Man, I loved Arena and Daggerfall so much.  It took me SUCH A LONG time before I could get over my disappointment of Morrowind before I could finally play it.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t know what you game you’ve been playing but in skyrims defence their  armour sets are basically identical for male or female, some have molded breastplates while still offering total protection and it’s not many that have only a chainmail bikini or even low necklines/half skirts and those that do are just as revealing on men, such as shirtless male fur armour.

  • Anonymous

    I kinda thought the male and female sets were more or less the same, but I wasn’t paying attention enough to really comment on it.

  • http://facebook.com/deathbydd DeathbyDD

     You think? Hmm. Well try being a fem and picking up any (repeat) ANY clothing shirt and pants set…it magically transforms into a skirt. Not even Oblivion did that >_>
    PS: Thats like, my only real gripe with Skyrim, aside from a desire for food to be a necessity, kind of how it was on Fallout New Vegas’ Hardcore mode…so that you HAVE to eat and drink to survive…also probably should have a temperature gauge for when you decide to dive into icy waters lol

  • Anonymous

    Ah! I was thinking “armor” and not clothing.  Hell, you’ve been playing it recently, so I think you’d know.

  • http://facebook.com/deathbydd DeathbyDD

     I think most of all I miss not being able to wear cloths under my armor >_> And that doesn’t have anything to do with gender in games cuz…you know, you CAN’T! And if you could then it would turn into a dress. Just sayin’ <_<

  • Rafael Martins

     Hah, I LOVED that video!

    And don’t even get me started on women “armor” from JRPG’s (or Korean MMO’s). Those are seriously fucked up. I was playing C9 one of these days and I remember thinking “this makes US games look FEMINIST”. I don’t want to be turned on by a gaming avatar, but that ass rubbing my face the whole time… I had to stop playing.

  • http://facebook.com/deathbydd DeathbyDD

    I’m glad you agree but don’t misunderstand, I’m not saying there is anything wrong with having sexual themes in games. But like any good story, that can’t be ALL its about, especially if it has nothing overtly to do with sexuality. And like any good story if it IS there, then it should be handled with eloquence not crassness. So when fem. characters are sexualized for no reason at all my eyes narrow in a dangerous manner that may or may not suggest agitation. ^_^

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