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John Von Rader
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Hey, Sunset Overdrive was a great game.
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I bought the game. My opinion - if you want to play everything in the game now (except for extra cosmetic skins that you obviously don't need), you can do that for $60 and decide if you like it enough to get the DLC characters as they launch.

Gamers are hard people to please.
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Not justifying Joel's actions, but... if you were a father, you would understand.
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A few tips.

1. Watch your radar. A few of your kills could have been avoided with more situational awareness.

2. The AR is not a capable long-range weapon. Don't ADS with it, hip-fire only, so you can keep up with your opponent's strafing.

3. Also to the above, when you run across a long-range weapon like the Light Rifle, always replace your pistol - not the AR. Know when to swap between your short and mid-/long-range firearms.
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Finnaly someone that knows the essentials to FPS games in general.
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Christian. Husband. Father. Lover of single-word sentences... sometimes.
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Kind staff, nice interior, pretty decent coffee. The music inside was entirely way too loud, however, much louder than you'd expect from a coffee shop - I was trying to do some work remotely, had to take a business call, and could barely hear the person on the other end of the phone over the playlist. It essentially chased me out.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is a pretty sketchy place. False advertising, and either ignorant or deceitful sales staff. They advertised on Craigslist that they had at least one Nokia Lumia 920 in stock... when getting there, it turns out that this was actually a Lumia 900, a much older phone (it'd be like advertising an iPhone 5, but actually having an iPhone 4). When I called them on it, they said that's all they had, but the phones were practically the same and that, even though the 900's had Windows Phone 7, they could be upgraded to Windows Phone 8 and then it was the same... so I should just take it. From my own experience with both the 900 (my wife's) and my old 920, that's a blatant lie. You cannot upgrade a 900 to WP8 because they don't run on the same kernel. The phones don't have the same OS, the screen size is pretty different, the camera is radically different... despite the similarity in name, they're not the same phone at all. If you're looking for a quality place to buy/sell/repair used cell phones, there are plenty of better options farther south into Denver, or I'd also recommend Next 2 New in Boulder.
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Public - a year ago
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Short story: Their store manager, Adam, is absolutely horrible, and has no business working there. Longer story: Before coming into this individual store, I'd had a litany of problems with AT&T in the past, and had ended up with retention when calling into the customer service line. There, the retention woman had approved me for an upgrade to get out of the phone I was in, which had been causing me a number of issues. I'd called this store beforehand to see if they could see retention's notes, and if it would be possible for me to come in, look through the phones, and do the upgrade there. The woman I'd spoken to on the phone said yes. However, when coming into the store, I was told by a dark-haired gentleman that I - in fact - could not, and that "my manager isn't going to approve it"... I asked politely to speak to the manager, and tried as best I could to communicate to the man that it wasn't anything personal, and I wasn't angry. That changed however, once the manager - Adam - came over. Then I got angry. Why? Because instead of coming to me and explaining it, he marched over WITH the dark-haired gentleman and, more or less, told me that - since I couldn't remember the name of the woman I'd spoken to over the phone - it probably never happened, and he didn't believe me. He then told me he wouldn't help, much to the chagrin of the employee who stood there smirking. A dreadful experience. Stay away from this place, and especially stay away from that store manager.
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