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15481  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Ken Lay has died on: July 06, 2006, 07:48:52 PM
Why do I even check this thread? It's like having a scab and I keep picking at it.

STOP PICKING, DAMMIT! :lol:
15482  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Show us your Jedi Skills, Hmmm? Yes. on: July 06, 2006, 12:35:32 PM
better than being a non-clone storm trooper.  :shock:

actually, I got just past 5000 on my last try.
15483  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / PS3's good points? on: July 06, 2006, 12:16:21 PM
Quote from: "metallicorphan"
i think this is one of the reasons why i actually started to hate sony

Replace Sony with "Console Hardware Manufacturers". They are all on the Apple Computers bandwagon.. charge 2 arms and 3/4 of a leg for a peripheral (such as a memory stick). MS's 64MB cards go for 40+.
15484  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Ken Lay has died on: July 06, 2006, 05:04:54 AM
I don't know if this will help or hurt, however I would suggest that this debate is getting personal. I'd say everyone take a deep breath, and remember the people you are talking to are real people.

Ken Lay's family has directly benefitted due to the criminal acts he has perpetrated. I don't think they deserve any sympathy; I don't think they should be "screwed"... Justice can be cold without holding malice.

As to the liberal / conservative arguments going back and forth and the "Hitler was voted in" comment, there was an administration behind it. Hitler was also a visionary who brought forth a lot of positive change for 50+ million people (like bringing back to being a world leader from the shattered remains of a WW1 trouncing with little help to rebuild, and 4 failed provisional governments). Were he to have died in 1938, he would have been a celebrated hero. Time Magazine had him pegged as man of the year.

Hitler also had (through his administration) created two forces that propelled him into the world of madmen; the Schutzstaffel (known as the SS, it translates to protection staff and peaked at ~1 million in '41 iirc) and the GeStaPo (short for Geheimniss Staats' Polizei or Secret State Police).

Does this sound familiar? Oh yeah, it does. You have the CIA and Homeland security. Does this mean Bush is Hitler? No, but he could be. He has the platform; he could easily create an Amerikanisher Reich. Germany doesn't hold the patents, trademarks or even the origins of despot rulers. Hell, most countries have similar programs set up; it's just a matter of whether or not they're following the rules they expect their own society to follow in using these resources.

If those leaders and their "defence" programs are above the law, then they truly act without impunity and your leader(s) have opportunity to sieze power as a dictatorship.

I don't see anything wrong with people asking questions; this to me would seem to be the best course of action for ANY governed people.
15485  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / PS3's good points? on: July 06, 2006, 04:49:52 AM
Apparently 600 is too low for the console ( according to sony execs). They are landing the price between 60-100USD per an interview 2 weeks ago.
15486  Non-Gaming / Trading Forum / Age Of Empires III (PC) FT/FS on: July 06, 2006, 04:47:59 AM
bump
15487  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Trauma Center is the hardest game I've ever played on: July 05, 2006, 09:27:08 PM
ET on Atari was the hardest game for me.

I couldn't get past the second screen.
15488  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Secrets men keep on: July 05, 2006, 09:26:16 PM
Quote from: "Knightshade Dragon"
Heh, my wife points em out.  "Jesus!  Look at the rack on that girl!"  Most of the time it is her joking around to see my reaction, but every once in a while it is a big juicy slab of steak sitting just on top of a hair-trigger bear trap that'll take my leg clean off.


Dude, that ain't your leg she's aiming for. slywink
15489  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Ken Lay has died on: July 05, 2006, 09:25:01 PM
/all canadians duck out of the room, waiting for the gunfire...

slywink
15490  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / PS3's good points? on: July 05, 2006, 04:00:10 PM
Quote from: "corruptrelic"
I coudn't imagine having an original xbox, the 360, my ps2, and then a ps3, just because Microsoft didn't do backwards compatiblity the right way.


I don't know why it would be MS's fault that you have a PS3 and PS2 hooked up... slywink As to doing BC "the right way" how would you suggest they do it? re-license the technology from NVIDIA, raise the cost of the system considerably for older games? How about absorbing the cost in time and wages for a crack team to actually get an emulator running on their new platform (which most experts in the field said it couldn't be done as the processing power needed was too high).

MS did fine by me. There are some games that I want to play yet, but I can wait.
 

Quote from: "corruptrelic"
Backwards compability is a big thing for me as well, so I have no problem spending $50 on a new PS2 game knowing full well I'll still be able to play it on the next-gen.


Don't count the chickens before they hatch; you could be a very pissed of PS3 owner.

Quote from: "corruptrelic"
(I traded my xbox for $50 store credit towards my 360)


You could have skipped out on 2 PS2 games instead of trading in your box, modded your old xbox1 and turned it into a media center or ran linux on it. (Imagine the possibilities, indeed).

Quote from: "corruptrelic"

-Web Browser
-All PS3's come with a hard drive
-Blu-Ray DVD player out of the box
-Support for usb mouse/keyboard
-Alleged Linux comes installed on the hard drives (imagine the possiblities)
-Free online gaming (the way it should be)

Web browser... you don't think MS is coming out with an IE7 for the 360? I suspect it's something on the books for the Vista launch. I mean, the 360 comes with Media Center already built in... it's not a far stretch.

All PS3's coming with a HDD. Didn't they say the 500 unit will not have the same HDTV connections (only one HDMI) and the harddrive isn't removable? I could be wrong on that, but it's not a big selling point for me.

BluRay DVD support isn't necessarily all that grand, my friend. Just because it's included doesn't mean it's the best implementation. Look at XBOX, XBOX360 and the PS2. The people who own them, do they also have set-top DVD players? This is, IMHO, another future-chicken-counting event.

The keyboard support is there for the 360 as well, and I don't think game designers (for PS3) are going to be incorporating mouse support into the games. My $.02 .

Alleged. Windows IS on the 360. A custom version of it... can you access it and change stuff? Not to the capacity where it is considered useful or accessible, no. I doubt you're going to fire up the PS3 and it's going to give you a BASH or KSH prompt with the ability to access the gaming portion of the system (if at all). Also, the programs you run would need to be designed for the PS3's specific hardware, a much more daunting task than a triple-core gen use platform (as I understand it).

Free online gaming... didn't Sony announce they were doing the exact same thing as live now? You think they aren't going to charge for services? As to Live, the online component (that isn't an EA game) is rock-steady and worth the cost. If you don't do the versus thing, you still have access to the rest of the marketplaces etc. In this regard, I believe you get what you pay for.

Quote from: "corruptrelic"
I'm no fanboy either I have a 360 and am playing the hell out of it, but there are just some things I wish Microsoft would have done differently. In 2 or 3 years when the storage demand for games goes up and the 360 is still using regular DVD's while the PS3 is giving developers upwards of 50gb to work with, does that mean the 360 is going to suffer in quality games, or that they'll have to come on multiple discs?


That would be up to the game developers. Multiple DVDs is less expensive than BluRay or HD-DVD. I remember reading an article somewhere that showed gaming growth on consoles has reached less than 4GB, and projected growth is under 7GB by the end of 2010 (for most games).  I'd rather get up and switch a disk (as long as the point is broken up well) than to pay for something I may otherwise never use.

I'm excited about the lack of rumble in the controller, or the sore wrists from using them to hold the controller at a wierd angle. Or falling off ledges cuz someone nudges me, or I adjust how I sit. Yep. Lookin' forward to that.b[/sarcasm] I think you either need a focus on positioning (such as the Wii) or go with no readout as to hand position.

We'll see; there really is no point in getting worked up about it. I just decided to respond mostly due to the critical nature on MS implementation vs. Sony's (as-of-yet) non-existant implementation. You're comparing apples to unicorns.

(added sarcasm tag to ensure clarity slywink )
15491  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / My main PC can't download anything on: July 04, 2006, 07:36:55 PM
Is it running half or full duplex? That can certainly have an impact. In terms of troubleshooting, I recommend you use process of elimination.

replace both cables (PC <---> Router <-----> Modem) Test.
Were I a betting man, I'd say the problem lies exclusively with PC <----> Router (inclusive).

Try disabling the firewall and NAT routing on the router and let your PC get itself an IP from the net.

Also you may want to upgrade the router firmware.
15492  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Cool Lego Video on: July 04, 2006, 07:31:44 PM
I liked the whole disassemble / reassemble when the missiles fired.

A work of art! biggrin
15493  Non-Gaming / Trading Forum / Titan Quest-DVD version up for trade on: July 04, 2006, 07:06:23 PM
PM sent
15494  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / New system, would love some opinions on: July 03, 2006, 08:00:32 PM
Gratch, this is what I built for myself two months ago :

ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe 147USD
Athlon 64 X2 3800+ - 335USD
eVGA 7600 GT CO 185USD
2GB RAM (3200 400Mhz dual channel) 199USD

Got this for about your price range (866USD w. 2GB) and it meets what you're looking for. Note that I waited for sales, went with price comparisons, etc. I also go with the cheap shipping etc.

I think I ended up paying about 880 CAD after tax and shipping, as well as getting a DVD burner and 2 120mm case fans for my ANTEC Sonata II case.
You could get the SLI 32 as well, if you were planning on getting 2 7600 GT CO's... it costs less than a 7800 GT. or a X1800X ATI.
15495  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / I need your advice! High Speed Hard Drives on: July 03, 2006, 07:51:31 PM
Partition as follows -
C - 60GB (Raptor)
D - 90GB (Raptor)
G - 10GB (Raptor)
E - 120GB (7200rpm)
F - 120GB (7200rpm)
H - 10GB (7200rpm)

move Documents and Settings to D: drive, as well as Program Files. This means you are running on a different memory space than your OS; when it comes to performance it will work out better (that, and defragging).

Your swap file should be sitting on G and H (both identical 2.5x RAM +14MB for MIN & MAX). This means that they're not going to be growing or changing. The extra space is good for growth. Make those drives last so you're using the contiguous space at the end of your drives.

As to the E and F drives, I wouldn't use them as drive letters; instead mount them into your C and D file systems to wherever you are going to need storage. The advantage to this is if your raptor drive dies, you don't lose the data files you were looking for, If you wanna cut them up smaller it's even better as it keeps the block size down thusly reducing wasted space.

So in essence :

C:\ OS & utils such as codecs, win apps, etc. 60GB is recommended as some apps may "Need" to be on C drive, and you have an abundance of space for any growth. You can have a "C:\Program Files\ folder as well; I would use it exclusively for non-app, non-game things such as utils, tsrs and the like.

D:\ Profiles, desktops, my documents and space for app installs under %ProgramFiles%. This is where WoW, FEAR, Photoshop etc would go.

E, F - can be mounted as drives as well, but should be mounted into the C or D for things like "%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\KnightShade's Shady PR0N\Midgets" or any folders for MP3s... it requires a bit of effort in setup, but it has some big benefits. For one, you're only storing data and not running apps or services; it makes defragmentation easier and thus you get better performance out of your slower drive. Also, it introduces redundancy, especially if you decide to mirror the drives (use hardware mirroring, IMHO). You're using them exclusively for storage, downloads and backup structure. I've listed E and F at those sizes, but really you could have a dozen points. Use this drive as you would UNIX disk mounts. You don't have to use it all at once, but I would suggest incorporating growth into it. As an example, if you have 40GB of MP3s and you haven't been actively collecting, you may want to give it 80GB to be safe. If you have no other use for the space (so you've got you 10GB for swap and this 80GB and you decide to increase it, you can create ANOTHER 120GB partition, move the content over, and mount the new drive into the old drive's location(s) and then eradicate the old 80GB partition.

G,H are going to be the drives with your swap files. The only reason you may want to put your swap files on C,D,E,F is if you find apps like WinRAR will work on the same drive as where you are extracting, thus removing the "copying from C". The Swap being on its own and at a min=max setup is that there is next to no thrashing or space change. It's going to have all the space it needs and not be a burden to you. Also, its on both physical drives which means it can use it where it wants it (heavy primary drive activity means RAM can use busmastering to access secondary controller/drive and not burden the primary controller). It's not like you NEED a swap file 2.5x your RAM, but since you have it, might as well follow "best practice" methods.

You can always do some benchmarking if you're unsure.

my $0.02.
15496  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Autobot or Decepticon? on: July 02, 2006, 09:29:52 AM
????
15497  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Having trouble sleeping? on: July 02, 2006, 03:17:43 AM
Or put the wealthy white in the neighborhoods that have the impoverished blacks... I'm sure they wouldn't sleep NEARLY as well. slywink
15498  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / IGN Titan Quest review on: July 02, 2006, 03:16:05 AM
Quote from: "Knightshade Dragon"
Quote from: "SuperHiro"
I've also heard nocd cracks and warez cocks it up mightily.  And it might be mean to ATI cards.


Well, I'm not in either area, but it does run significantly better on my desktop.  Strange, that, given that my laptop is more powerful.  Guess it hates something in the box.


Built-in components generally degrade performance. Do you find the difference is consistent with other games?

Also, you may want to look at adjusting your cache size and location.

Also, don't download pr0n in the background.!!
15499  Non-Gaming / Trading Forum / The Official GT Trader Feedback List (updated 7/30) on: July 02, 2006, 03:13:07 AM
+1 to Azhag for quick payment for Oblivion
15500  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Dragonlance Movie being made. Take cover. on: July 01, 2006, 06:16:20 AM
Tolkien brought us Elves as we see them in the fantasy genre today.

before him, elves did things like bake cookies and help cobblers with shoes at night. They were under a foot high (the "wii people") with shoes that curled up.

They were never taller than humans, or longlived and well-educated.

Or at least, I've not been able to find any reference before them. See, the nature of derivatives is that it truly is only derivative if there was a direct influence in which the concept is derived. For instance, if I were to write a book that mimic'd the Lord of the Rings but had no prior knowledge of the books or their derivative works they could still exist without being truly derived.

And Tolkiens works at this point in history are canon for the Fantasy genre. This statement is certified to NOT be begging the question. biggrin
15501  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Autobot or Decepticon? on: July 01, 2006, 03:44:23 AM
[arnie voice] You ahr ahll babiez, all of youz![/voice]

I cried when starscream died. He reminds me of myself.

I'm going to go cry in the corner now. :cry:
15502  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Dragonlance Movie being made. Take cover. on: July 01, 2006, 03:37:39 AM
Quote from: "SuperHiro"
I'll title it Halfings have genitals too you fucking insensitive assholes.


Wow.  :shock: Someone is a little defensive about his height. :lol:

The three "dragons of " books are done well, but are a simple story. Done well. Polished. Not long and drawn out. You could finish them inside 2 weeks casually. I have nothing against them; I'd prefer re-reading the Necroscope series (one to five... sci fi) or Wizards First Rule... or even Memory, Sorrow and Thorn (which was HEAD & SHOULDERS above this series).
15503  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Prey Demo, today? on: July 01, 2006, 03:34:32 AM
+2 slywink
15504  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Chromehounds - NOW WITH IMPRESSIONS on: July 01, 2006, 03:33:07 AM
The 360 knows what your display type is; I don't think it's software specific anymore (at least with demos).

Same thing with language. Remember that the system now remembers your prefs (like invert X axis for flight games, but normal X for FPS?).

This is the seamlessness they were promising. It's no wonder people love the marketplace; they've made a standard currency and everything "works" as it should. biggrin

Now, to try to scrounge some cash for CH.
15505  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / This Is Fun Pt 3: This Time It's Personal! (possibly NSFW) on: June 30, 2006, 06:25:28 PM
and in other news, BEHR will now be selling Paint with a child-proof lid, following a 30,000,000 lawsuit filed by angry parents.
15506  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Dragonlance Movie being made. Take cover. on: June 30, 2006, 06:11:28 PM
Quote from: "ATB"
A NATIVE AMERICAN?!


<faints>


Isn't that basically what she is (other than the blonde hair IIRC) she could be swapped out for an Incan priestess... I mean, D&D *IS* derivative of the world around us. For some reason, dwarves got saddled with being short, hairy, stoneworking scotsmen.

High elves are more high-society british/french with an organic twist (rather than them being hippies).

Clearly gully-dwarves are from Jersey. ;D
15507  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Autobot or Decepticon? on: June 30, 2006, 06:00:52 PM
Quote from: "Purge"
Sideswipe. He used to be a Lamborghini Countach. Now he's got a Ford Mustang (92-95ish) front end, and an almost supra backend.


Or, as my buddy ( a car nut) suggested, a late 90's European spec. Honda Accord. (The headlights are much closer to my 98 accord than the mustang; it's the grill that looks almost like a mustang in the video).
15508  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Chromehounds - NOW WITH IMPRESSIONS on: June 30, 2006, 02:16:58 PM
IN DEFENCE OF THE DEMO....

Let's be clear... demo's don't always make a game look good, and they aren't generally on final product code. Now that I've played the two demo modes twice (downloaded it from my Deutschland account) I have to say I'm pretty pumped for it.

Since these are tutorial missions (and may actually only be a "training module" in the final game) I wouldn't get too worked up about sparseness. FROM knows how to make a hectic, difficult but fair battleground (see below). I have confidence that the game will rock. This game is clearly the more tactical, whereas the MechAssault is arcade action. This one is much closer to the MechWarrior series on PC.

There is polish that is needed, but even if this is an accurate representation of the final game this is clearly only showing the controls and the overall design. Looking at the trailers there is a lot more battle than the demo offers.

Controls are fine pretty much as they are; I love the fact that the controls are simple enough that it doesn't require you to worry about 40+ buttons. biggrin If you don't like aiming with the top right window, push in your right joystick. This toggles the mech camera to weapon camera (Kathode, I'm lookin' at you on this point :lol:). Each weapon has a different scope, as indicated by the numbers in the top right. Hit RB to toggle the weapons. The zoom level and hud changes with each one (not adjustable though, so no 10x zoom). I think it would have been nice if the HUD would put a box around friendly and enemy targets though; that is the one thing that is sorely lacking. Perhaps there is a module that can be added to the mechs though; they are pretty vanilla (cockpit, legs, power, weapon).

As far as the rest of the hud options being on the weapon, I don't mind that they aren't there. You still get your 3rd person camera in the top right, and it's like squinting down a scope, or operating a turret. Your attention is focussed on that function.

The map is easy to read when you give it a chance. The coordinates are all there, and if you test out the commands (directional pad), you'll see there is some depth to it (although I DO hope that when you issue commands to go to [A-3] that it will put a waypoint in the map screen for all your fellow players).  I do hope that the game has more tutorials to truly take advantage of commanding units and using the tactical map functions.

Listen to the comm. system Your briefing will tell you EXACTLY what to do. We all tend to fly by the seat of our pants and the only thing I'd have liked them to add was a log of messages sent to you. During missions they tell you where to be, where to go, and where your enemies have been spotted. Using the map you can determine where they are. The one thing I would have liked is for the map to have those zones updated with either a red highlight, or even radar from all friendly units.  Maybe this will happen with the commander units; I can only assume not.

As to the "class system" in their opening video (IIRC) they indicate chromehounds name "hounds" refers to a pack mentality where everyone plays a role. There's comm, sniper, soldier, commander, demo, etc.... you build your mechs.  I suspect you'll start the single player game with a borrowed mech, and as you progress they'll let you start modifying your mech in minor ways until you eventually get access to enough parts to be able to customize fully. Who knows, maybe you'll have multiple mechs you can customize in a "garage".

Go into the view borrowed hound section before your mission; there is a TON of depth in mech design, stats and functions. You can see the different components on the top right corner (although you can't select anything in the demo). In the demo you can view the hound components, but you can't change any of it. That invisible wall will concievably be brought down in the final retail game.

In the sniper mission, they tell you right at the beginning to listen closely. You're to ambush a caravan at either waypoint 1 facing east, or waypoint 2 facing north. Lumber over there and aim. Now it's just a matter of killing them. Highly advisable to push RStick in to use weapon camera mode.

Kill every vehicle in the convoy and then you've completed it. If you miss some, your allies will be right behind the convoy and will wipe out what you miss. You could also go wipe them out yourself by following the road south. I wouldn't advise standing in the middle of the road; your mech isn't hardy enough to go toe-to-toe with multiple smaller and faster mechs. You're long-range; use it to your advantage.

In the soldier mission you get to go and try close-range skirmish modes. Once again, if you listen to the dialog you will have an easier time of it. Also, you're basically heading to waypoint 1.

You can step on troops, kick tanks and blow up buildings (it's a requirement to complete the mission). You're armored and heavily armed; go to it. You're in a brawler-designed hound.

Oh, here's FROM Software's resume:

Games Developed

Dreamcast
Frame Gride

GameCube
Gold Star Mountain
Lost Kingdoms
Lost Kingdoms II

Nintendo DS
Tenchu: Dark Secret

PlayStation
Armored Core
Armored Core: Master of Arena
Armored Core: Project Phantasma
Echo Night
King's Field
King's Field II
Shadow Tower

PlayStation 2
1/4
A.C.E. Another Century's Episode
A.C.E. Another Century's Episode 2
Armored Core 2
Armored Core 2: Another Age
Armored Core 3
Armored Core Formula Front
Armored Core: Last Raven
Armored Core: Nexus
Armored Core: Nine Breaker
Echo Night: Beyond
Eternal Ring
Evergrace
Forever Kingdom
King's Field: The Ancient City
Kuon
Shadow Tower Abyss
Silent Line: Armored Core
Tenchu: Fatal Shadows
The Adventures of Cookie and Cream
Yoshitsune Eiyuuden Shura
Yoshitsune Eiyuuden: The Story of Hero Yoshitsune

PlayStation 3
Armored Core 4
Black Blade [Working Title]

PlayStation Portable
Adventure Player
Armored Core Formula Front (Japanese Edition)
Armored Core Formula Front -- Extreme Battle
King's Field

Wireless
Armored Core: Mobile Missions
King's Field
Murakumo
Tenchu: Ayame's Tale

Xbox
Gaia Blade
Metalwolf Chaos
Murakumo: Renegade Mech Pursuit
Otogi 2: Immortal Warriors
Otogi: Myth of Demons
Thousand Land

Xbox 360
Armored Core 4
Chromehounds
Enchanted Arms
Tenchu
15509  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Autobot or Decepticon? on: June 30, 2006, 01:34:36 PM
Sideswipe. He used to be a Lamborghini Countach. Now he's got a Ford Mustang (92-95ish) front end, and an almost supra backend.

I'd be interested to know if they are using name brand cars, or doing the generic car design thing to avoid licensing much like Burnout games and the Interstate 76/82 games did.
15510  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Transformers trailer is up on: June 30, 2006, 01:15:10 PM
Oh, and here's a REAL test clip.

Here's a Car ad and a parody of it with a citroen. I think the one you're talking about is transformer knockoff that looked like bumblebee. (it was essentially a tech demo of a transformers fan who programmed CGI... he was looking to make a short film). On that last link he has a TON of videos linked.

Awesome stuff
15511  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Autobot or Decepticon? on: June 30, 2006, 02:40:43 AM
I voted autobots, but after seeing a couple of clips from the movie...

Optimus vs Soundwave

My bets have changed. biggrin

Oh, and here's a REAL test clip.
15512  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Dear Sony: please go screw yourselves.... on: June 29, 2006, 09:12:24 PM
Quote from: "Hrothgar"
The only answer is that they want headlines.  More to the point, they don't want anyone else to get headlines.  If a wacky Sony exec is the big headline of the day or week, then nobody's talking about Nintendo's great E3 showing, 360 summer releases or their potentially big fall line up.  


Just cuz everyone knows the school losers name doesn't make him popular. As far as I can tell, the PS3 is going stag to the dance and it ain't by design.
15513  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Over G Fighters on: June 29, 2006, 03:21:09 PM
So are they Hornets or Super Hornets?
15514  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Spider-Man's Back in Black on: June 29, 2006, 03:02:27 PM
I'm optimistic.
15515  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Blade: the Series impression on: June 29, 2006, 02:57:25 PM
*ahem* HARDCORE. biggrin
15516  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Open casting call - Extras for Transformers on: June 29, 2006, 02:27:41 PM
or "Minute-lube employee".
15517  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / What are you buying this week? (6/26) on: June 27, 2006, 08:50:28 PM
Quote from: "kathode"
Thinking of grabbing Over G Fighters.  I'm sick of Burnout, done with Blood Money, and didn't think much of GRAW so that basically leaves me with Kameo from my collection to play these days smile


trade ya a copy of Oblivion for Burnout slywink (since I have two... heh)
15518  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Scientology is insane. Video proof. on: June 26, 2006, 11:34:25 PM
I want to be a friend to me. I think I'm going to try this scientology thing.. .right after jumping off a bridge and blowing my brains out.
15519  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Is Superman a boring superhero? on: June 26, 2006, 11:28:48 PM
Or if he DID land in the states, right in the backwater town where Deliverance happened.

 :shock: We'd all be screwed.

Literally.
15520  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / IGN Titan Quest review on: June 26, 2006, 11:23:45 PM
Quote from: "Knightshade Dragon"
Better be.  I wanted to try the demo but I'm not hacking my registry and messing with a Windows setting for crying out loud to do it!


You do for pr0n... I don't see why this is any different. slywink
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