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cutiepyro

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  1. i found another game that's kind of like dungeon siege, the first one at least. it's called pathfinder: kingmaker. it has this fighting system that could go either traditional dungeon siege style, or turn based combat the flick of a switch. unfortunately that means the game is probably more balanced for you to pause, tell your units where to attack, then unpause to watch the mayhem. good news though, as far as i can tell, your units will automatically attack any nearby enemies without having you telling them to attack them, and i think after they're done attacking their target, they just bolt towards the next guy to kill. here's some gameplay and now some images from this video
  2. i think a better quote at the beginning would be; "If we don't know what we are doing, the enemy certainly can't anticipate our future actions." -unidentified US military officer
  3. Apparently the "oof" death sound effect from roblox is ripped from this game.
  4. Just Found out about this. There's an image that's in the games files that apparently appears various times throughout the game. It's jeffrey Dahmer with the CEO of midway's head inside his bag.
  5. Just found out about this a couple minutes ago, there was a "gold filter restoration" for the director's cut, created by the same guy who did the silent patches for gta sa, 3, and vice city. https://cookieplmonster.github.io/mods/dxhrdc/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b42mzApkaCw so now we have a game that was way too yellow, which then got a new edition that made the game way too grey, then we got a patch to make it way too yellow again.
  6. I'm starting to think that coin is affecting you
  7. I just thought about something. Why hasn't extra creditz done a video on games dying?
  8. Maybe we can call it red journalism, since red is the color that gets your attention the most and that's all they really want in an article. It's meant to be red, not to be read.
  9. yeah, i guess i really do need to remember that we don't 100% know for sure if something like this is going to happen. we should definitely prepare, but we shouldn't be focuses on doom and gloom 24/7
  10. to piggy back off of this, companies and corporations are not really allowed to save money for a rainy day. that's why there are so many multi million dollar corporations that just seemingly drop off the map and go bankrupt the second something goes wrong. unless you're one of those companies where you and your company's taxes are the same, all of your profits have to be spent in some kind of capacity like a non profit. i heard a good quote once; "If all truck drivers decided to go on strike indefinitely, all grocery stores would be empty after a couple of weeks." our very way of life as a species is dependent on day by day tasks that absolutely cannot under any circumstance be compromised. foundations are made of string and all it takes is one kid jumping and the bridge falls.
  11. god, that hyper climate change desertification and economic ruin talk was extremely brutal. i see why you hate the desert so much now. i guess the tf2 lore of 2 sides fighting over a worthless plot of land isn't going to be so ridiculous now.
  12. I've been hanging out with people around my generation, gen z, and i've been noticing some slang. a lot of people here have been saying the word "hella" a lot so yeah, i think ross is going to love this generation of adults
  13. speaking of the piggy back bandit, there was a slightly similar thing in 16th and 17th century london. There was a man in 1681 who would wait in alleyways and courtyards for women to appear. He would then grab women, slap their buttocks with his bare hands or a rod of some kind, and yell "Spanko!" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whipping_Tom
  14. W0DrXyzlHM8 i found this earlier, it's pretty cool
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