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17201  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / This Is Fun Pt 3: This Time It's Personal! (possibly NSFW) on: October 19, 2004, 12:11:58 AM
17202  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Rate X-Men Legends for single player on: October 18, 2004, 11:41:15 PM
Quote from: "Dimmona"
Normally I sport huge wood for any 720p game... but I have the Gamecube version :-(


Shoulda read the back of the xbox version, buddy. Tongue

slywink teasin' ya..
17203  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Would you buy a refrub ps2? on: October 18, 2004, 11:38:17 PM
Quote from: "-Lord Ebonstone-"
Quote from: "Rob_Merritt"
Well see, that the problem. Unless you count the pc( and I DO have a backlog of games there) I don't have a current console. Don't own a ps2, my xbox is giving dirty disk errors on everything, and my Gamecube is monopolized by the kids.
I'd trade the XBox toward a new PSTwo.


and then pay for new games and lose value on your existing Xbox library... i dunno, sounds fishy.

I've known people to go through 4 ps2s in 3 years... I'm not sure their manufacturing has improved with the PSWafer.

We'll see, I guess. From other threads I seem to recall you not liking your xbox though; if it's for the errors then go for a new xbox. If for the games, PSTwo is a no-brainer. smile
17204  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Paging Purge!! on: October 18, 2004, 11:28:17 PM
still waiting. It's on backorder at Lik-Sang.

I'll post a thread when I get it! smile
17205  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / two wireless mice on same desk? on: October 18, 2004, 08:04:50 PM
I'd suggest buying an MS mouse.. they have high production values, and is unlikely to conflict. I know that MS wireless devices allow multiple devices to sync with one pod, so they use different channels.

I have an old Logitech wireless 3 button mouse and it had a sync button. You might be sweatin' bullets for nothing. Pick one up from Costco, try it out, and return it if you have problems. (at least in Canada, Costco will take back ANYTHING with little question except software)
17206  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Great Feedback on: October 18, 2004, 07:50:42 PM
Quote from: "Eliot"

Riddick
Crimson Skies
Burnout 3
Any other suggestions in that price range?

And, mandatory accessories?

The advanced a/v pack?
Is the Xbox wireless capable out of the box or do you need a wireless access point to run the wireless controller

 


Get the best adapter(s) you can get.[/u]
Monster Cable (slightly higher prod values) > Microsoft > all other 3rd party cables > Mad Catz
Component video > SVideo > Composite > RF
Optical audio = SPDIF > RCA's ( I don't know of any SPDIF for Xbox though, both Monster and MS use the optical on their cables)

At least one more controller. If you need a DVD player get the kit; if you have one, don't bother wasting the money for the Xbox.

If you have highspeed internet, I'd suggest running a CAT5 cable to your xbox (or going wireless) and wait for Halo 2. Get the one with the headset; I'm sure it comes with a couple of months worth of free service.

Actually, you should just check out the following threads for game recommendations :
I need to Quit my Job ...
Xbox Collection Recommendations
17207  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Console and PC on: October 18, 2004, 07:38:28 PM
I love both, but the effect of sitting around on the couch with friends playing games goes far beyond playing online with people on a PC.

don't get me wrong, I've got my HL2 preorder and have a 3.0 Intel HT system with a 9800 pro, but I find game playing on the PC has fallen to the wayside.

This is coming from someone who's played since the Vic20, and Dos 3.3 games. A couple years back I was hosting 30+ person langames in my basement (16 port 100bt switch back when they cost $300+).

I've played consoles since the Atari system. I wasn't impressed with the games on consoles as much as PC games (I mean, Ultima 7... wow. Were did the quality&length go nowadays??) and now the PC games come across with much lower production values, and the variation is very limited. Strategy, MMORPG and FPS are the dominant games on the PC. I agree with the WW2 FPS comment above; it is definately out of style.

Quote from: "Eliot"
Now as I look around there seem to be lots of games avaialable at the mid price point, and like PC games the top titles getting top dollar.

Halflife 2 Collectors edition  :shock:

Quote from: "Eliot"
My only other question before I pull the trigger on EBGames special is how are the graphics holding up? I understand the XBox has a vid card roughly equivalent to a GeForce 3 Ti200.

Given I do not have HDTV, how would readers rate graphics compared to the PC (I have a ATi 9800 pro). Certainly I do not expect on par graphics. I just don't know how much of a come down it will be.


It's slightly better than the GeForce 3 line, and given the developers don't have to mess with hardware incompatibilities, it's a pretty smooth ride. When you see a game push the HD signal it can be a *very* impressive sight. Since most games are 480p (and often widescreen) getting more than just 640x480.

If you've ever considered getting an HDTV, the xbox might just push that button for ya. smile I've got 2 16:9HDTVs, (a 51" Hitachi and a "little" one ...30" Sony VVega for upstairs).  Careful, there's just as much money to spend in  console gaming. slywink

...now, should I buy a Spherex sound system?? (AKA a Mirage Omnipolar system) ...
17208  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Would you buy a refrub ps2? on: October 18, 2004, 07:17:35 PM
Quote from: "-Lord Ebonstone-"
Quote from: "Devil"
Buy a refurb and five $2.00 games and then bring 'em into EB and trade 'em for the new, little PS2.

 biggrin
Best advice in this thread, bar none.

Agreed, if you want a PS2. <shrug> There's so much coming out for (practically) every system that it's almost a waste to buy another console right now. You might be better off putting your money aside for a month and blow it on your existing system. slywink
17209  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Slightly unusual picture request (geek alert) on: October 17, 2004, 06:09:01 PM
Quote from: "Raven"
Any HDTV tv is prone to screen burn, except DLP, which I can't afford.

The three easiest ways to reduce the chance of getting screen burn are:

1. keep brightness/contrast as low as you can tolerate
2. watch 4:3 programs in stretch mode
3. avoid any fixed images (channel logos) for long periods of time

I'm just curious what stretch mode looks like, since I'll be using it 100 percent of the time, for anything in 4:3.

PS, anyone tv users here ever get screen burn?


I gotta say, I've had 51" HD 16:9 TVs for the past 3 years, and no burn-in. I've also had the Sony tech for this region out a lot (due to a flicker problem that sony finally 'fessed up to being a mfgr flaw) and I was asking him about burn-in. He'd indicated he's never seen video game burn in, and the most common burn-in is from people who day-trade, and leave the channels with stock quote ticker bars up. They're leaving this image up for 8+ hours a day, 5 days a week.

Something else to consider : If you calibrate your set correctly (and there are products on the market that help you do this) you're less likely to get burn in.  Default settings usually have the brightness and contrast cranked up, which forces more white on the screen. White is the fastest burn-in as it uses all 3 guns, and has a higher intensity than other colors. Black can also burn in though, and so some 4:3 aspect configurations for 16:9 tvs use gray, rather than black, as the side-bars. The gray isn't really being projected; its the absence of image that produces the color.

As to the stretch, you get used to it pretty quickly. if it bothers you, go to full mode where the top and bottom of the 4:3 picture are cut off... this also reduces the amount of onscreen static images, as you station logos tend to be on the bottom right side.
17210  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Anyone pick up KuF yet? If so what are your impressions? on: October 17, 2004, 05:56:37 PM
Quote from: "Console Games Best Player"
So on the way home should I get Dynasty Warriors 4 for $25 or this new Kingom Under Fire $40?
I never played DW 3 or 4.


I bought the game, I've played it twice sofar (my 'box is loaned to my bro, and I don't feel like driving to my parents house to play it right now; too many other things on the go).

Judging from the shakedown above, I'd suggest  DW4.

Now, I enjoy the chinese history in the Dynasty Warrior games, but you really have to get into the game to enjoy it. Dynasty Warriors 3 is also a pretty good game, although the gfx for either scream out PS2port.

For me, I like the fact that there is 40+ characters in DW, as opposed to 4 in KUF.  Plus, it seems like there are more deliberate fighting styles in DW4, whereas KUF has very little variation.

The cutscenes in KUF are almost distracting as nobody actually reacts to what their saying, the textures are weak and its almost like the pathfinding for the animations are too rigid, so they shake a lot.

For instance, a zeppelin floating overhead in the first human mission is "jittering" left and right as it flies down a predetermined path. Also, you notice the same linedancing  (as everyone standing has the same animation loop for weaving back and forth) while they're talking between battles. DW suffers from the same thing, but I expect less out of PS2 ports than from an Xbox exclusive title that's been in production for 2+ years.

Ah well. I own it, I'll play it, and then I'll come back and give a more indepth impression.
17211  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Who Knew?: Pokemon is Fun on: October 14, 2004, 03:58:39 PM
"...yes, doctor, these are the disturbed people right here. Watch out; they tend to throw white and red balls at you when backed into a corner."

Just teasin' ya... this is coming from a guy who has the Xbox Karaoke game. paranoid
17212  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / CONSOLE GOLD GIVEAWAY! on: October 14, 2004, 03:55:21 PM
What's a dead giveaway?

A will.
17213  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / I need to quit my job... on: October 14, 2004, 03:36:56 PM
Quote from: "Fellow"
KOTOR 2 in the rent first category? For shame.


Not at all. It's not a longevity game, and I can get some of my rental games free. (a buddy works for a rental place).

Besides, I coughed up the 50US for KOTOR, beat it twice inside two weeks, and traded it in for ~30US. You do the math. Renting is cheaper. slywink
17214  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / I need to quit my job... on: October 14, 2004, 12:56:00 PM
I gotta boil it down. (in order of release dates)

[--------] ::Must Have :: [--------]
Kingdom Under Fire:Crusaders
DOA Ultimate
Halo2
Half-Life2
Conker Live and Reloaded
Mechassault 2

[---------] ::Rent First :: [--------]
Bards Tale
POP: Warrior Within
TMNT2
Otogi 2
KOTOR2
NFSU2
Golden Eye
Ghost Recon 2
Lord of the Rings : The Third Age

[--------] ::Not Likely :: [--------]
Demon Stone
Everquest2
Sid Meiers Pirates
LOTR Battle for MiddleEarth
Team Fortress 2  slywink

[---------] :: Will Wait :: [--------]
World of Warcraft for reviews, impressions and time scheduling
basically, I'll likely buy WoW but not on the release date.
 

The not likely and will wait is the easy ones... the Rent First column has about 4 titles that should be in the Must haves...

DAMN YOU Gaming industry for making me CHOOSE based on resources and not on preference!!!

I hate you all.

. . .

I *said* "Good Day!". -Fez
17215  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Halo 2 has been leaked. on: October 14, 2004, 12:38:52 PM
What this means is.... nothing.


The people who CAN play it are pirates; they wouldn't buy the game to begin with. <shrug> unless you've got yourself a PAL system it's not going to matter much anyways.

They'd best be *really* secure with the NTSC version. I've stopped reading reviews and "all abouts" as I don't need them.

I'm going to play Halo2 on November 9th at approx 12:15am and that's it.
17216  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Halo 2 has gone gold! on: October 13, 2004, 09:17:20 PM
Quote from: "olaf"
Put me in the overrated camp too.  I have tried to get into this game, going so far as buying it twice.  But just havent been able to see it as anything more than an FPS with a plot.  Woohoo?  To be fair its far from my favorite genres, so its not really all Halo's fault I dont like it.

And in any case, I am glad so many of you are happy about it.  Yay.

olaf


The last bit there sounds almost condescending.  :roll:  :wink:

Halo 1 had a deadline. It was a launch title and MS said "you have to meet this timeline". They did, and it's still a phenomenal seller even by GTA standards. (especially given the market footprint).  Bungie stated (about 3 months after Xbox's debut and Halo selling like mad) that they wanted to put so much more into it, but couldn't. So they're saving it for the sequel.

The non-death-punishing co-op mode sold me on it. I could play with a veritable incompetant (where I am a damned fine soldier) and we could still have fun. It was like having the old Contra game back, except you had unlimited lives.

To this day I still play it, and I had my Xbox on the sunday after release day. I don't play it religiously, I tend to play it when non-xbox friends come over and they want to play around with a non-time committed game.
17217  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Halo 2 has gone gold! on: October 13, 2004, 09:08:33 PM
Quote from: "yeyeman9"
I heard there are no current plans to have a PC version, but I think there will be. For Halo they "didn't have plans" to have a PC version either untill 2 years later or so. So basically yes, I think there will be a PC version, just not yet.


I disagree. I remember watching the original banshee video when I used to host 30+ system langames in my basement (quake3 UT2000 era). They always had plans to release a PC and MAC version of the game; I remember it being a point of contention with fans when Bungie was purchased by 3 dumptrucks full of Microsoft money (they were one of the foremost Mac game developers) . The game was originally developed for both MAC and PC release, and Halo was a sweet promise back then.

With Halo2 they've never made promises to their fans that it would in fact be a PC / MAC game.

I think the only way this will ever be seen on a PC or MAC is to showcase the diversity of the MS XNA platform. If that happens (big *IF* as XNA was likely not heavily used in development of Halo2) it will be after the Xbox Next is released. I'm sure they're already starting Halo3; Xbox next is more important than the relatively small PC market (console sales is where the money is).
17218  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / I need to quit my job... on: October 13, 2004, 04:19:44 PM
Quote from: "Knightshade Dragon"
That's terrible Purge.....oh yea, and you forgot Halo 2.  smile


No I didn't. I can't forget it. I see the coveted silver case everytime I close my eyes. Oh, and I *did* mention it above. It's the "Given" purchase of november.


Dammit, I need to take out a second mortgage on my home. I wonder if they'll take Samurai Warriors in for trade???
17219  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / I need to quit my job... on: October 13, 2004, 02:41:49 PM
So I can have time for all the other things in life, *and* video games.

Lessee... if I quit my job I'll have time for gaming; *but* I won't have money to buy games. >_<;; I thought that was the easy answer.

Dammit, Bards Tale comes out in the next couple of weeks, and KUF:C and DOA Ultimate are also coming out before November. So is the maybes (depending on budget and quality) TMNT2 and Otagi 2...

God, and november is going to kill me with Halo2, hopefully Half-Life2 and a little bit of Lord of the Rings : The Third Age.  :shock:  :\  NFSU2 and World of Warcraft, Everquest2, Demon Stone, POP: Warrior Within,
Sid Meiers Pirates, Golden Eye, and Ghost Recon 2 ....

December continues to beat the crap outta my wallet with games like KOTOR2, LOTR Battle for MiddleEarth, Conker Live and Reloaded, Mechassault 2 and supposedly Team Fortress 2  :rolleyes: .

... and someone asked me if I wanted to buy a PSTwo... Yeah, like I've got the time *or* money for ANOTHER system.
17220  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / What are you playing now (the october edition) on: October 13, 2004, 02:38:05 PM
:wink: see below.
17221  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / CG Xbox Live Gamertag List on: October 12, 2004, 02:24:20 PM
[updated 11/1/2004]

DOA Ultimate
KUF: Crusaders
Burnout 3
Amped 2
PGR 2
Mechassault
17222  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Midway Arcade Treasures 2/Kingdom Under Fire - Out this week on: October 12, 2004, 02:16:28 PM
Quote from: "Bob"
Zaxxon,

 This is a completely different KUF.  It's not the RTS, it's a free-roaming fighting game like the Dynasty Warriors series.    Think... Double Dragon in 3D with a LOT more going on.   You are right down in the middle of battles between huge armies.


ooo, and real-time strategy as well. Not that it's an RTS, but it *is* a real time strategy game. Sort of. smile

And a turn-based strategy too. (between battles, the demo seemed to hint at multiple options) Oh, and an RPG as you can level up and learn new skills / upgrade troops based on experience.

<sigh> I think I talked myself into *another* game to buy.
17223  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / [xbox] Got KOTOR, now what?? on: October 12, 2004, 12:26:53 PM
Quote from: "TheMissingLink"
It does indeed start out really slow, and I guess I'm in the minority with Ebonstone because I didn't care for it much at all.  Then again, I never got off the first planet.


And that would be a problem. your character advancement moves a lot quicker once you can *ACTUALLY* be a Jedi. :roll:
17224  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / [Poll] Do you Beta Test? on: October 09, 2004, 10:04:31 PM
Quote from: "Hetz"
I used to do it a lot more than I do now.

The latest stuff I have Beta Tested is: World of Warcraft, Elder Scrolls 3: Bloodmoon and Windows XP.


You'd be surprised at how many people "beta test" Windows XP. Tongue
17225  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / The official woman of Console Gold [56k] on: October 09, 2004, 10:00:12 PM
...down, down down, the burnin' ring of fire.
I went down, down, down, and the flames went higher...
17226  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Xbox Collection Recommendations on: October 09, 2004, 09:55:44 PM
Quote from: "Sam Hell"
Didn't anyone suggest Riddick?!?!

It's my GOTY, easy. A nice combo of stealth, fighting and straight ahead action. All tied together with a cool story and freakin' amazing (for xbox) graphics.


It's a terrific... 3 day rental. Tongue

I found it to be too short and too easy to buy, but it *was* a blast while it lasted.
17227  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / XBox Games - or why I wish they'd push Xbox2 to a later date on: October 08, 2004, 11:42:53 PM
I dunno; developers are pretty experienced with PC games, and moving up to Xbox2 seems to be the right thing to do. I just think it should debut in spring 2006 rather than fight for christmas dollars. I dunno.
17228  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Xbox Collection Recommendations on: October 08, 2004, 11:30:16 PM
Quote from: "ElijahPrice"
DOA3 <--SOLD, I'll pick it up

~~~~Haven't heard of any of these??
Bloodrayne
Crimson Skies
Voodoo Vince
~~~~Me go look now

I would love to pick up KOTOR and Ninja Gadien but there still a little pricey like $35...maybe I should bite the bullet and go into credit card debt a little more?  :-)


save your pennies... Halo2 is out in less than a month. KOTOR2 is fun, but after going through it as good and evil once, you won't likely visit it again.

I'd suggest getting Live if you at *all* like playing against others, but that's something you'll need to worry about in a month.

I'd also put forward that Burnout3 is an amazing (and long-lived) game and would be worthy of the full sticker price.

When it comes to FPS games, Rainbow Six 3 and Ghost Recon games are entirely too entertaining for their own good; however they're not going to be showing your system off graphically. The Splinter Cell games are very well done, but I found they suffered from the "more of the same syndrome". Hmm, maybe I just have ADD?? slywink I'm bored, lets watch cartoons. *wait* ... back on track!


Strategy? hmmm... PC is your best bet, but there are a few gems out there (I think Gladius is a pretty fine game and an easy buy at less than 20bux). It's like final fantasy tactics.

Panzer Dragoon Orta is terrific if you like arcade-style games .(it's a rail shooter) With a boatload of style and very easy on the eyes, you'll find it hard to regret a used purchase for that gem. The same goes for Otagi; just beautiful.

Tony Hawk 3 or 4 is a worthy investment, or you could get Jet Set Radio Future for a song and a *very* short dance; the game is just as polished and I found it was much more vibrant. You can get Amped 2 and Project Gotham Racing 2 and Mechassault for next to nothing, and Kung Fu Chaos is wickedly fun with multiple people.

Ninja Gaiden is a must; you might luck out on the used bin as it's been at market for about 6months.

I'd recommend KOEI games, but hey, you've already played em on your PS2.

Voodoo Vince is a decent platformer, and Crimson Skies is a blast to play, both off-and-on line. I'm not a big fan of the first BloodRayne, but the second one seems to have addressed the controls issues I had with the first one. I'd suggest renting or borrowing Hunter or Hunter2; even at $15 the games aren't purchaseworthy for me.  It's a monotony thing for me, the games are really simple. I'd go for Bladders Gate: Dark Alliance II first, as there is a more approachable (and more broad) skill tree to develop your character.
17229  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / I think it's allergy season. on: October 07, 2004, 02:36:17 AM
Quote from: "Knightshade Dragon"
Heh, I have no kids...it is definately not latex.


I bet it's dairy. I mean, after that whole "Honey, come outta the bathroom; I'm on the dresser in my batman suit and I've got the stick of butter." fiasco, I'm sure it's gotta be dairy. OR batarangs. Whichever.

biggrin
17230  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Play Halo on Xbox with a Keyboard & Mouse on: October 07, 2004, 02:32:55 AM
Quote from: "stiffler"
AFAIK most mice/keyboards still ship with PS/2 adaptors.  Even my brand new Logitech Elite Duo has them.  

So I don't think that will be a problem at all.  The only issue with the PS/2 mouse adaptors are that all those extra buttons beyond left/right/middle/scroll are rendered useless.  Optical mice shouldn't be a problem at all.  There are still people that swear the polling rate of PS/2 mice is better and thus more accurate than USB mice.


actually, the extra buttons still work regardless of your connection. The maximum image read on the position of your mouse is 200 times per second (at least, that's what the mouse accelerators went up to; 80 was default) . A USB optical mouse reads at 1500+ times per second, and can be sent to the hardware. I doubt the PS2 port used is going to translate that to the Xbox. Who knows.

As far as the adapters are concerned, I'm well aware of them. I've got 4 intellimouse opticals (different versions of the explorer, both wired and wireless) so I have at least 4 of those ugly green adapters. I used to have to use one of them at work as the desktop standard was NT4WS which doesn't properly support USB.

See, the thing that made me buy it (got mine on preorder with Lik-Sang) is that I want to see how the configuration works. The Xbox buttons are limited, and I'm pretty sure the Xbox isn't going to play nice with a full keyboard. I'm thinking an Fkey is going to bring up an overlayed config window for us to choose which buttons do what. That also means it may allow addn'l buttons on the mouse, as long as the driver used on the adapter supports them.
17231  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Outrun 2 [not fun] on: October 06, 2004, 03:25:12 PM
Outrun who? Tongue
17232  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Play Halo on Xbox with a Keyboard & Mouse on: October 06, 2004, 02:59:36 PM
Well, I'll be the black sheep of this forum...
I'm happy they did come out with this, I'd like to try out the accuracy of the mouse. That being said, I'm not crazy about keyboards. WSAD is VERY limited as they are only 4 binary switches. (on/off) Weak.

I want a mouse / gameclaw or something to that effect.

I'm sure I'll end up just using controllers, and I don't buy into the "fair" idea; we're still playing the same game; it's not like I'll be able to shoot through walls or anything. I suppose MS could also try to find a signature to the device and disable it during Live online games, but that seems to be wildly unreasonable.

You did notice the mouse and kybd connections are PS2 ports, which means the polling is likely more restricted than the optical mice people use today.

Either way; for me it's a $40 experiment. I hope it pans out, I'm not 100% sure it will.
17233  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Xbox Live Arcade on: October 04, 2004, 11:53:21 PM
Hey Ron.

Use your contacts; I wanna know when we're seeing this show up on the horizon.. oh, and video conferencing too.

Tongue

Well, whaddaya standing around here for?? Get to it!! biggrin
17234  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Movie Quote Game on: October 04, 2004, 11:51:33 PM
Next...

Quote
Am I going MAD, or did the word "think" escape your lips? You were not hired for your brains, you hippopotamic land mass
17235  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / [CG-Review] Mortal Kombat: Deception on: October 04, 2004, 11:46:07 PM
Man, I dunno who wrote that review; but they are a total jackass.

oh, wait...  :oops:

jk Ron. slywink  Nicely done. Here's the acid test ... lets see you give away the game to a reader... any reader. I know, let's pick names outta the hat.

[shuffles names]

oooo, and it goes to.... PURGE!!
if you reply with "it's in the mail" I don't believe you liked the game.
If you reply with "Get your own damned copy, you letch" then that's par for the course, and you clearly are still playing it. biggrin
17236  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Name that Game, Graphic Edition on: October 04, 2004, 11:31:48 PM
Quote from: "Bullwinkle"



Vexx. And yeah, this is a cool game.

Here's a classic..
17237  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Movie Quote Game on: October 04, 2004, 11:29:13 AM
Pretty sure it's nothing to lose... that movie was funnier than I expected. I'm normally not a big Martin Lawrence fan, but with Tim at the helm it kept his embarassing snivelling to a minimum biggrin

LMK if I'm right. slywink
17238  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Movie Quote Game on: October 02, 2004, 04:14:23 AM
Quote from: "Belgedin"
"Just Visiting" ?


yeppers. You're up.
17239  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / How to make IE useful? on: October 02, 2004, 04:13:53 AM
I prefer SlimBrowser ... since I don't like mouse-gestures, it's perfect.
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17240  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Xmen Legends : A 60 min forumcrawler impression on: October 01, 2004, 03:46:13 AM
Quote from: "Devil"
Does the Danger Room provide help in this area or am I done with the game after 1 level?

Absolutely. They tell you in one of the tutorial ones that you can keep going back into the training rooms for more XP. smile
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