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Everything posted by Toast

  1. He already said he's getting Penumbra and that Dead Space 1/2, F.E.A.R. or Silent Hill "aren't really scratching the itch that Amnesia catered for."
  2. Majora's Mask was easily my favorite Legend of Zelda game. I also liked Pokemon Snap a lot, as well as Banjo-Kazooie, Banjo-Tooie, and Mario Kart.
  3. I have no desire to try this. Ever. I don't get why anyone would, actually.
  4. I'm sad that it happened, but crying about it isn't going to bring the victims back. That's just the way it is.
  5. Marijuana's probably better for you than cigarettes or alcohol. I'm not saying it's good for you, but I don't see why it should be illegal.
  6. T2 Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors House of the Dead Sinistar
  7. I would love to have The Enforcer and The Cloak and Dagger. http://steamcommunity.com/id/123456789098765432123/inventory/
  8. I'd love to join you guys, but it probably won't be until next weekend. One thing you should also know is that I'm playing on a crappy laptop with a broken mouse, so it's possible I won't do too well.
  9. Gamestop for console games, and Steam for PC games. If I want an older game, this gaming center down the street sells them really cheap (I got FFVII for $15). If I can't get a game there or Gamestop, I'll probably buy it off Amazon. Oh, and I recommend the card. It's pretty useful.
  10. I can't believe somebody else still plays that. You sir, are fucking awesome.
  11. They'd probably have to go get their own planet or something. I don't think anyone would trust them.
  12. MK9 for Xbox 360, but my 360's at my other house, so I suppose I'll just be playing TF2 for a while...
  13. Oh god yes. Anyways, for the most part remakes are pretty cool because games I missed the first time like Metal Gear Solid, I would be able to play for the first time on a system I actually have. However, even though they're releasing a bunch of MGS remakes, they're not including the original, which I think is a terrible decision and a missed opportunity to gain new fans. Also, with games like Halo: Combat Evolved or Half-Life, which I loved the first time around, I already know the game I'm going to get, and I don't have to worry about whether or not I liked it. Remakes allow fans of certain game series to experience the games they already love in a whole new way.
  14. L4D2 during the Steam sale where it was only like $5.
  15. Anyway, I'm excited for BFE. I can't wait to play more Serious Sam, seeing as how the series' most recent games were just remakes.
  16. Not at all. I'm a fan of both, but ME1 was easily my favorite because it was more RPG than TPS. Sure, ME2 has a lot of different sidequests and such, but I felt the decisions in ME1 were more complex, and much harder to make. I like the fact that my decisions took the game where I wanted it to go. In ME2 I usually ended up having to make very simple decisions, and they usually just changed how I gave a certain response. I either had to say something dick-ish or really nice. Also, sorry about responding a month later.
  17. TF2. The thing is, I can't really play online games on my PC because my mouse lags and my fps goes way down. Hopefully I'll soon get a job and some money to buy a decent gaming computer.
  18. I do that with Killing Floor all the time. It looks sooo much better. Anyway, the last game I played was Halo: Reach.
  19. Final Fantasy VII Resident Evil: Directors Cut Final Fantasy VIII
  20. The first two God of War games, Mortal Kombat: Deception, MK: Shaolin Monks, MK: Armageddon, FFVII: Dirge of Cerberus, and Monster Hunter.
  21. Just beat Amnesia: The Dark Descent today!
  22. Right, I only meant in violent games. If the rockets in Portal turned me into little pieces of meat, I'd be fine with it. That doesn't mean that the extreme gore would be necessary, though.
  23. I don't really pay attention to violence in video games. I usually don't notice it unless there's not enough blood, but I don't mind too much if it's ridiculously gory.
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