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bulbabenz

New Member
Waiting for new Pokemon or Dragon Quest game, randomly pick some retro game playing around in offline/console game zone.

Previously play 12TailsOnline. This moment I just start playing Plant VS Zombie Adventure in Facebook in online game zone.
 

CrazyLee

Biggest buttplug ever
Devil May Cry 3, given by a friend...

All the reports of this being a very hard game are true. This thing is just brutal.

Tony Hawk's pro skater


2
Don't feel bad, I used to play one of the Tony Hawk games, either this one or 3. I used to exploit a bug that would launch me thousands of feet in the air and I'd do a billion tricks. Cool game. Awesome soundtrack.
 
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Stratelier

Well-Known Member
I totally tushed Motochika's story in Pokemon Conquest. Beat Nobunaga before January of Year 4? Hah, I did it before January of Year Two. I drove his army out of Pugilis, then recruited all of Chrysalia, then just kept invading his territories, one per month. Whomever I didn't need to take along with my invasion force I let them scout the lands and recruit more Warriors.

It also helps that recruitable Warriors are scaled to the levels of whatever warriors you take with you into battle. I badly needed to shore up Valora and Spectra after taking over Nixtorm (leaving Dragnor for last), so taking one or two high-level Mons into battle let me recuirt Warriors at higher levels than I could probably manage if I took lesser ones in. Helped convince Nobunaga not to try invading them before I charged in for the kill.
 

Plantar

Soaked In Sin
I've been going back and forth on different things and I started playing too many things at the same time which is rare for me...

3DS-
Pokemon Soul Silver
Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages
Mystery Dungeon- Explorers of Darkness

PC
Skyrim
Oblivion
 
Doom 3. I regret not playing it sooner, despite having the BFG edition for about a year. From what I've played so far - about an hour and 50 minutes - it's fantastic.
 
Doom 3. I regret not playing it sooner, despite having the BFG edition for about a year. From what I've played so far - about an hour and 50 minutes - it's fantastic.

Doom 3 is indeed an awesome game on its own. I just hate how it completely changed the direction of the Doom series; from balls-to-the-wall action to action horror. Not to mention the fact that everything just seemed so slow.

Good game, bad Doom.
 

Stratelier

Well-Known Member
Played a little SSBM at the local game shop. Definitely had its moments. Such as two Peaches (myself and another player) using Peach Bomber at the exact same time against each other, or Bowser grabbing and holding Ness (me) in place while Captain Falcon (another player) readies a Falcon Punch. Tons of sudden death-matches (due mainly to a set 1 minute time limit). Or, on the Yoshi's Island stage, I KO'ed a Captain Falcon down the middle pit using Fox's Reflector (it sent the platforms spinning and knocked him down farther than he could recover).
 

Schwimmwagen

Well-Known Member
I was just playing some Call of Duty 4 splitscreen with my brothers.

Shit was fun.

I miss my xbox splitscreening with my old high school friends so bad. :c It feels like a long time ago.

Then again, CoD 4 and Halo 3 and shit were all like... 2007.
 

Percy

o-o
I miss my xbox splitscreening with my old high school friends so bad. :c It feels like a long time ago.

Then again, CoD 4 and Halo 3 and shit were all like... 2007.
I remember playing Halo 2 split-screen with my friends back in the day. Shit was fun.
 
Doom 3 is indeed an awesome game on its own. I just hate how it completely changed the direction of the Doom series; from balls-to-the-wall action to action horror. Not to mention the fact that everything just seemed so slow.

Good game, bad Doom.

I disagree. Whilst the first two games are incredibly fun to play, I like the way Doom 3 shifted its focus to have a proper in-game story as opposed to the brief backstory the first two Doom games had in the instruction manuals, and I also like the way the game has creepy, unsettling horror elements - for example, all those fucked up creatures you encounter, and tracking back through areas you'd been in before everything went wrong and seeing them all bloodstained and ruined. It really hits home at how horrific the forces unleashed are, especially when you see people you met previously in the game, even only for a few seconds, either with their faces ripped off, revealing their skulls underneath; or as zombies; or with their head just clean ripped off their neck. It is nice, though, that Id Software are returning the formulas of the first two games for Doom 4 and leaving Doom 3 as a little anomaly - but a bloody good anomaly at that. It is slow in places though, I agree with you on that part.

Oh, and that bathroom scene near the beginning caught me completely off-guard.
 
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lupinealchemist

Hamburger time.
Old World Blues in Fallout New Vegas. Fear my many foot penises!
 

lupinealchemist

Hamburger time.

TechnoGypsy

Gentlecolts...
Thomas was alone

Damn Grey block got what he deserved
 
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