Profile overview for Namrok.
Submission statistics

This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

55 submissions to gaming

3 submissions to retrogaming

2 submissions to politics

1 submissions to boardgames

1 submissions to funny

This user has so far shared a total of 55 links, started a total of 9 discussions and submitted a total of 1099 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 1464 and downvoted 46 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 1142 and downvoted 39 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

Why it is 99.9% certain electoral fraud was committed for Hillary Clinton, submitted: 4/29/2016 4:15:08 PM, 268 points (+271|-3)

I miss when you actually owned software., submitted: 8/30/2016 3:17:39 PM, 70 points (+76|-6)

Google Banned Our Game Satirizing #BlackLivesMatter for Hate Speech, submitted: 9/22/2016 4:53:57 PM, 52 points (+53|-1)

The new Deus Ex's preorders have hit a new low. I have a few choice words for this "Augment Your Pre-Order" nonsense., submitted: 8/31/2015 4:19:50 PM, 52 points (+52|-0)

No Man's Sky Wins GDC Award, But No-one Was There to Accept it, submitted: 3/2/2017 5:07:33 PM, 45 points (+47|-2)

5 lowest rated submissions:

Game Theory: UNDERTALE - Sans's SECRET Identity!, submitted: 2/9/2016 10:05:11 PM, -1 points (+4|-5)

Oh Tannenbaum - Psychostick (in the style of Rammstein) Christmas Song, submitted: 12/18/2015 6:12:46 AM, 0 points (+2|-2)

Metal Gear Solid V Preview: The Mandatory Pachinko Mission Felt Forced At First - Play4Real, submitted: 8/25/2015 6:03:13 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)

What Her Story Tells Us About the Current State of Video Games, submitted: 8/13/2015 7:43:53 PM, 1 points (+2|-1)

A great interview with the designer and actress of Her Story, submitted: 7/10/2015 4:06:55 PM, 2 points (+2|-0)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

Which conspiracy theory, if proven true, would cause the world to collectively shit the biggest brick? submitted by ad4u123 to AskVoat

Namrok 1 points 84 points (+85|-1) ago

I'm not sure anymore. We've seen so many conspiracy theories laid bare thanks to whistleblowers lately... and fucking nothing happens. We just get used to it.

Massive domestic surveillance of every man woman and child? That went from conspiracy theory to fact overnight... and nobody cares.

DNC rigging the primaries against Bernie Sanders? Same thing, minus smoking gun evidence of actual voter fraud, and even then people would just shrug.

Shit, Hillary Clinton's campaign makes straight up press releases bragging about all the people they pay to "correct" negative opinions about her online. And yet an army of political shills would have easily been a conspiracy theory 4 years ago.

The guts of the system that formerly would have required conspiracy are laid bare... and nobody gives a fuck. People give so few fucks, Hillary Clinton hired the primary actor in rigging the primary in her favor not even 24 hours after she had to quit in disgrace. She's that confident is doesn't matter what people know or don't know, they simply don't care.

And I'm afraid she's right.

Californias $15-an-hour minimum wage may spur automation submitted by causuistry to news

Namrok 4 points 54 points (+58|-4) ago

Reminds me of a joke I heard once.

What do you call someone who's labor isn't worth minimum wage?

Unemployed.

You can't force economics.

Flashback Sept. 27: HBOs John Oliver Mocks Europeans for Resisting Migrant Influx - Breitbart submitted by toobaditworks to news

Namrok 0 points 51 points (+51|-0) ago

Doubt it. He routinely calls for people to mass email, mass tweet and mass wiki edit his political opponents. The most colorful example I can remember was when he tried to get everyone to permanently associate "Chicken Fucker" with a senator online.

Then he ran a half hour segment about how all these things are cyber violence... when they happen to women.

3 lowest rated comments:

The Warcraft Adventures demo appears to have been removed by Activision? (OP piece) submitted by Caleb_The_Chosen to gaming

Namrok 3 points -3 points (+0|-3) ago

This gets brought up every time, but most people still don't know.

Copyright law in the US is literally use it or lose it. The first time Disney just allows someone to sell unlicensed Disney merch, it invalidates their entire copyright, and allows anyone to.

Plus there is the entire aspect of this likely also counting as theft. This doesn't even have the benefit of being a fan project. Somebody stole all that code and assets from Blizzard. Even a leak is technically theft.

All that being said, I'm glad it got out there. It's an important part of our heritage as gamers, and needs to exist in the wild.

Angry and in debt, students pressure federal government submitted by duannguyen to news

Namrok 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

Except the woman in the article was sold an Accounting degree. Problem is the university lied or mislead her about their accreditation.

Same thing goes for the Art Institute people they interviewed. They are big on scamming people with Graphic Design degrees, and the comfortable jobs the Institute will help you land afterwards. Then you get out, and you realize your degree is a joke. Not because of what you majored in, but because of where you went. If the art institute actually trained people worth a damn, they'd easily be able to find jobs. The computer industry is constantly hungering for artists as demand for higher fidelity content constantly increases.

For profit colleges are a huge problem that keep sucking people in. Perhaps they should know better. But we have laws about selling bogus medicine, unsafe food, unsafe cars, etc. Why not laws about what amounts to fraudulent degrees?

Steam bundle prices will now drop based on how many of the games in them you own submitted by ChillyHellion to gaming

Namrok 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

I'm not bothered by early access on GOG... yet.

They seem to be vetting it much better than Steam. And their front page is never flooded with early access titles. However, if it gets out of control, I'll be just as upset at GOG as I am at Steam over early access.