25 posts • joined Monday 6th July 2009 18:22 GMT
After owning a large print establishment for over 40 years I have dealt with hundreds of graphic designers. All but 2 were fools. Egotistical fools who
were on the verge of birthing the Mona Lisa of chewing gum ads. My
clients were the movie studios, health care and major advertising agencies.
Maybe the decline is because the games I've seen are garbage. Graphics seem to be the only area they spend any money or time. No plot..storyline is juvenile...or just nothing but hack and slash. Besides, this downloading and not owning the game is BS. Can't wait for the first one to try and blackmail you into buying the game twice or three times.
3D dance to death
3D has always been a dismal failure. I was printing 3D comic books back in the 60/70s..they didn't sell then and I doubt very much that any iteration of it will sell now. Just to much hassle and expense for the perceived benefit.
FINALLY... an upgrade to the BLUE screen of death.
Does MicroSick think we are all banal, insipid sheep? What kinda mind would ever dream up something as cloying as this commercial. As long as they keep spending money on this kind of junk, hopefully, one day we'll see them in the bankruptcy courts.
$39,000.00 is a drop in the bucket to the political Overlords in Washington, D.C.They just dip into the tax money from the rest of us lowlifes. Then give amnesty to an illegal alien to drive them around and providing them access to the their own elitist medical program. Then they can stand in a town hall meeting and brag how they have given jobs and medical care to all those deprived "Americans".
Microsoft screws everyone else, why not Google?
When I took the test, age 14, all I saw were sex organs.
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