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  1. Well, that didn't stop Doom and Wolfenstein 3D from being great games, now did it? Some games can do this very well. Especially first person games. But I just prefer games where I break my whatever button it is I use to jump. It's happened before. ...But one more thing. Super Mario Sunshine and Fludd <3
  2. Did it all that way walking in some weird position. Just had to walk with the first hurdle untill I did it. I felt so proud... T.T
  3. The end. Or is it? Next book... Freeman arrives on train. Freeman kills people. Building explodes. The end. Or is it? Next book... Gordon and alyx go to the citadel Gordon and alyx kill stuff Gordon and alyx go to the white forest *END* Next book (With much more to it because it had so many important events) Alyx finds Gordon alive in train Alyx is happy, and destroys the train door. Alyx gets Severely Injured by hunter Gordon gets Stuff from an antlion cave Vortigaunts Heal Alyx Gordon and Alyx goto white forest Gordon and Alyx kill striders with giant bombs Gordon Launches a rocket Portal explodes Eli dies *The end* Valve never finishes episode three. So they give us the Loast Coast. The end.
  4. Dead Space 1: I shit myself almost everytime I turned a corner. Though that feeling started going doing in the level right before the Leviathan boss. The hunter part was kinda freaky... Like pregnants. And a good thing about Dead Space 1 was that there wasn't as much blood on the ground as Dead Space 2, which made it scarier for me. For Dead Space 2: I only shat brix once in the Church of Unitology in the cold... Morgue... place, when one of the necromorphs pounced out of the frozen thing at me. And the rest of the time, I was actually laughing a lot during the game. The amounts of blood on the ground took fear away from me. :< On a side note, there's nothing scarier than when you feel the first night of Minecraft and not knowing WTF is going to happen. Suddenly zombies and spiders and creepers and skeletons... THAT scared the shit out of me when I first got it.
  5. NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO NNNNOOOOOPPPPEEEEE Get the wii version. I prefer the aiming and the way things are flipped around. Yeah, a friend of mine recommends the Wii version. I'll get it when I'm done playing A Link To The Past and Ocarina of Time. I got both because... I lost the first copy on the Gamecube. The Wii one to me was sort of flailing my arms wildy around in front me. And Gamecube's targeting was slightly slower. But... I didn't see many major differences. I'd go for either.
  6. Got 27 Headshoots a month after buying the game as sniper in Dustbowl. *Lefistproudfistpump*
  7. Did you know Mario, Gordon Freeman, and Link have won the hearts of women by remaining silent? (Aside from a few grunts once in a while. And Mario's little openings and such.)
  8. It was terrible to me, It was just way too easy. That is true. It would've been even better with varying difficulties It was really easy, but a lot of the boss fights were really neat imo. But it would've been really nice to have difficulty setting. And if they kept Zant as the final boss for the game instead of just throwing Ganondorf in there so suddenly. Even though he had an awesome phase in his boss fight.
  9. Oh. And I also have a problem with mosts games that where your character has the inability to jump.
  10. Sadly, the few nights I can't fall asleep my connection is crappy, The power's out, or I'm too lazy to get out of bed to find my computer. And usually when I get into a small server with few people, about 20-30 minutes later it's full. And I start raging quietly to myself.
  11. Eh, Hell with it. Blizzard is starting to kill WoW with all of the crap they're adding. Sure Vanilla was fun but bad in general, BC was a little better, and WOTLK was a big mesh of lazy armorwise when it first came out. But all the stuff they started adding a few weeks before Cata kinda killed WoW... And I feel like even though they still have loads of subscribers, they're still getting a little desperate.
  12. If Nicholas Cage loved baseball, he'd be Nicholas Paige. amidoitrite?
  13. Imagine buying it a day before that. Aside from that, I hate the update for the most part. I get to play with some friends who didn't want to buy the orange box, but I also have to deal with finding servers that have about 8-14 people. Kinda picky. Too many people on a server screws over my framerate. :I
  14. Did you know for... Generation III-IV The modified catch rate, a, is calculated in Generation III and Generation IV is as follows: Where HPmax is the number of hit points the Pokémon has at full health, HPcurrent is the number of hit points the Pokémon has at the moment, rate is the catch rate of the Pokémon (which may have been previously modified from the use of the Heavy Ball or Safari Zone modifiers), bonusball is the multiplier for the Poké Ball used, and bonusstatus is the multiplier for any status ailment the Pokémon has (2 for sleep and freeze, 1.5 for paralyze, poison and burn, and 1 otherwise). Given this formula, the maximum value for a (if the Pokémon could have 0 HP) would be catch rate × bonusball × bonusstatus. The minimum value for a (for a Pokémon with full health) would be ⅓ × catch rate. Or so Bulbapedia says.
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