Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by G-FETT, Jul 1, 2007.
@Seerow I think chat just blacklisted me.
Its probably just gone down again. Oh and you come visit me. I'm totally getting your ass on this, bro.
Good luck with that. People have been trying for years.
Replace flying with roller coaster and that's me.
Fear of flying? That's exactly what a steel roller coaster like that feels like. Its like being superman, man. So much fun. SeaWorld's Manta is awesome.
They can use scissors to cut the wool off sheep. No need to kill the poor critters in Minecraft ... ah, I just love that game.
I also loved RC. The novel made me play it. "Can you die later, Sir? It just isn't a good time now!" Jeez, I Scorch.
As for ME, I haven't played the 3rd game yet as I'm so busy playing SWTOR, but I really liked ME2 ... c'mon, what's better than being able to romance Garrus?
"Hold onto your guts Boss, while I rip out theirs!"
Having been in a plane that ended up being crash-landed by Anakin, I think it's safe to say I have a fear of flying too.
I've had people try bribing me with money to get me on a roller coaster, still didn't work. Maybe I'll try once they've made a virtual roller coaster.
They have actually, much prefer rollercoasters to motion simulators. Except for the Spiderman ride at Islands of Adventure. Those really do make me sick. One of the most brutal rides I've ever been on is a motion simulator called Mission Space at Epcott which has also killed like 3 people here. Take my eye off that screen for three seconds and I'm so sick I have to be walked out when its time to get off. =b
On second thought... I'll skip both.
What about Star Tours? Hell no, you would not drag me to the parks and do nothing. I'd offer to take you to the beach but I'd bet you'd never go into the water. Something about east coast of FL being the shark bite captital of America. =O
I wanted to get the new SimCity game but looks like EA has crippled it with DRM and servers that are over loaded. Why does this have to be so with freaking city building simulator game? Its got one star on Amazon because no one can play the damn thing,
Speaking of roller coasters, I got on so many last week in Aussie
They got some good ones down under? I love rollercoasters, although that's like a requirement for where I live. I'm actually going to Universal Studios next week. Gonna see Matchbox 20 at their Marti Gra thing. Rob Thomas is a guilty pleasure of mine..
Annnnd the premier has resigned. Good riddance you incompetent fool.
Argh! I hate it when my favourite team gets eliminated on The Amazing Race! I don't know if anyone watches it here, but season 18 is on here in NZ currently, and I wanted the cowboy's to win, but nope... And they were the strongest team too...
EA is the worst. Between DRM and online passes, they are dedicated to making people not play their games. I got burned once with a copy of BF3 which had a faulty code. I couldn't get a new one, and no one would refund me.
Its been a while since I've dealt with EA. Seems like this is a game I'll never get play and I'll just reinstall. SimCity 2000 for old times sake.
EA is known to most gamers as the unspeakable evil.
Whats worse is that they just announced (yesterday, I think?) that EVERY single one of their future games will have micro transactions. total garbage.
Can't remember the exact quote but they said "Gamers like this system".
Um... No, we don't. People hate it in the gaming community. We pay full price (60) for a game, and you are nickle and diming us for things we already payed for!
I won't be getting the new Sim City for a few reasons.
1. Forced download of Origin.
2. Super small city sizes (this is sim CITY)
3. Always online DRM.
4. Lack of freedom in a sandbox game.
They "like" the system because they are not offered any alternative. Don't do micro, then you're SOL.
I've been playing War Thunder. Free to play with a microtransaction system, but I'm having too much fun flying around in WW2 planes blasting the crap out of other players.
The always-online DRM is a load of crap. I run my schools Gamer's club, and we never have internet - only LAN. Thus, we can't play any of those games. Worse yet, we often install games on the school computers. If they have DRM, we can't do that, and people get left out. Plus, people then can't bring in games to play, and we are stuck with a small amount of games. Usually, we just play older games like RepComm or BFII. God forbid those restrictions were placed on consoles, or we'd be screwed.
Oh, I think they'll do it, anyway, and then we're doomed. Glad I still have the Doomsday engine on my HDD, along with all the Doom/Heretic/Hexen WADs (and the disks on my gaming shelf). Extracting the Deathkings of the Dark Citadel WAD requires DOSBox, but that's okay with me.
EDIT I just wish they would port Strife to Doomsday. Such a fine game .
Well, time for me to be hitting the ol' dusty trail...
I'll remember to stop by every now and then.
"Oh, Fanboy, do come back--you wouldn't want my life to get boring, would you?"
Kidding; I'll be a bit more scarce myself in the next few months although I'll still make my obnoxious presence known on occasion.
Well that was entertaining. My first day on SomethingAwful and I managed to get a thread locked because people were shocked with a stance I took.
Star Tours doesn't sound too bad, but I wouldn't know.
Sharks don't bother me, I've gone diving around them on a few occasions.
No! Don't leave us!