In dire need once more. There was this vid on the youtube main page about a music video winner for a band. The band is french and makes music with an 80s vibe to it. Does anyone remember what the band is called?
So the extended cut got released and me being the mass effect nerd as ever, I still had my mass effect 3 copy installed since the game got launched in expectation of this event. And my opinion?
LOVED IT. It changed everything for me, especially the fact that they now clarified many of the uncertainties and that they've shaped the destruction ending to be considered as a "bad and only last option" by dialogue (Sheppard points this out). Control, the one I went with even before the extended cut, became immensely fantastic in my eyes. You can't say now that mass effect didn't have an original ending not to mention very interesting. As for synthesis, well I still think it's very weird and unfitting. It's so indie sci-fi-ish I can't even describe it.
So it's back to causing mayhem through city streets in fast and exotic sportscars while being chased by the police without the horrible oversized spoilers and bumpers and your wannabe action-movie stereotypical bad-asses?!? Good times are ahead...
Calling a Westfield a fake Caterham is a complete understatement and to be honest a sign of ignorance. Wesfield has just as much racing pedigree as Caterham, having a league in the UK and Holland as well as having a great number of independents running in a variety of leagues and championships.
Caterhams are considered to be quite mellow in the type 7 world. The more extreme type 7 cars you'll find at track days will usually either be made by Dax or Westfield (mostly Dax to be perfectly honest)
Oh please, get off your high horse... At first glance, I thought the joke had no connection with the code. Then I noticed he was trying to get away with writing 500 times the phrase. Gee, how about trying not to be so condescending the next time, ok?