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26 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sat Nov 14, 2009 11:55 pm

Playing until my brain oozes out of my ears and my neural receptors shut down from sheer enjoyment Very Happy

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27 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sun Nov 15, 2009 5:04 pm

26_994 wrote:Never had,yes.You can see,why.

P.S. School is not work - you can see my grammar - an it is with my "A" ranks!

I didn't say school was work. And I can't really understand what you're saying.

My job starts tonight! The store is called "Tilly's." It's a clothing store.

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28 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sun Nov 15, 2009 11:15 pm

You guys do. afro

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29 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Mon Nov 16, 2009 2:24 am

Dragon Age : Origin on my XBlox 360, although my usual critique about everything I just have to say that the plot is frickin' EPIC.

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30 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Mon Nov 16, 2009 5:35 pm

Just beat dead space: extraction... and must say i was frigan shocked.

Game wasnt half bad, did a wayyyy better job of explaining what happened between the colony take over and the ishimura than the movie, explained events in the main game, and they kept everythign in touch weapon and monster wise(no added crap outta nowhere).

Only thing that bugs me though is the ending... leaves a few unanswered questions that id really like to know.

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31 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Nov 18, 2009 12:46 am

Left 4 Dead 2 today! Now I can actually play that game that's been sitting in my games file of Steam...waiting to be released...

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32 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Nov 18, 2009 3:11 am

Pandora wrote:Left 4 Dead 2 today! Now I can actually play that game that's been sitting in my games file of Steam...waiting to be released...

I'm so annoyed that we have to use the damned censored version down here. Damn you Australian Government!

But I'm still shifting smoothly, because I'm planning an epic day/night of movies and food and booze with a new friend : )
(She's awesome)

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33 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Nov 18, 2009 2:43 pm

mariachidevil wrote:
Pandora wrote:Left 4 Dead 2 today! Now I can actually play that game that's been sitting in my games file of Steam...waiting to be released...

I'm so annoyed that we have to use the damned censored version down here. Damn you Australian Government!


Yeah, I heard about that. What's up with that?

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34 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Nov 18, 2009 7:23 pm

Any of these, they make me feel safe...


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35 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Nov 18, 2009 8:30 pm

Finding a very sexy goth dress for an insanely cheap price of $25. Usually goth dresses cost upwards of $50, especially online, where they can reach up to $80. I would have passed on it, no matter how much I like it, if it had been anywhere near that much. I lucked out with this one.

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36 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Fri Nov 20, 2009 12:34 am

Pandora wrote:
mariachidevil wrote:
Pandora wrote:Left 4 Dead 2 today! Now I can actually play that game that's been sitting in my games file of Steam...waiting to be released...

I'm so annoyed that we have to use the damned censored version down here. Damn you Australian Government!


Yeah, I heard about that. What's up with that?

Australia has no R18+ rating for games, something that I am campaigning against. So if a game is particularly graphic it either gets banned or released at a rating of M15+, which is ridiculous

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37 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Fri Nov 20, 2009 8:27 am

Assasin's Creed 2 is awesome. I've only played it for 2 hours but it's a lot better than the flawed first part.
Executed well, 15-16th century Florence, great graphics, as for now - interesting story, sounds, characters (DaVinci!), great main character, full of charisma and a womanizer, not some monki-sh Altair. And dialogs!

Mother : "Like Leonardo you should find an outlet in your life, Ezio"
Ezio : "I have an outlet"
Mother : "I mean other that vaginas"


Cracked me up, hearing that from your own mother Very Happy.

Everything in this game is better than in first part. Every.Single.Thing.

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38 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Fri Nov 20, 2009 8:41 am

Pietja wrote:
Mother : "Like Leonardo you should find an outlet in your life, Ezio"
Ezio : "I have an outlet"
Mother : "I mean other that vaginas"
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They actually put that in a game? I loled.

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39 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sat Nov 21, 2009 8:45 am

Yep, and there is a part like this one :

WARNING! SPOILERS!

Spoiler:
You are saved by your uncle, that the main character doesn't remember too well. His uncle is a italian soldier, a little fat, with a big moustache and Ron Jeremy hair. Then a dialog goes like that :

"Ezio, don't you recognize me? It's me - Mario!"

I fuken loled hard at that part, a nice cameo from the Ubisoft Montreal. Very Happy

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40 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:40 am

He he.. Gotta love Assassin's Creed. And TF2...

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41 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sat Nov 21, 2009 12:21 pm

SPOILERS

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EisWXNHX-o&feature=SeriesPlayList&p=E1E5168F0A7A8079 - this is the part about dialog with mother, first meeting of LeoDavinci Very Happy.

Look at 2:27 Very Happy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJcPc6OQ384 - and here is Assasin's Creed 2 Mario Very Happy.

SPOILERS END

And in Dragon Age, when you beat the game and talk to Sten he'll say
Spoiler:
"I was told there would be cake! The cake is a lie! There is no cake!"

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42 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sat Nov 21, 2009 12:25 pm

Lazarus Firenze wrote:He he.. Gotta love Assassin's Creed. And TF2...

I think you'll like this.

;]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRkC4vDxR1c

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43 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sun Nov 22, 2009 3:57 am

The new family cat! She is adorable. She keeps hiding behind funature and in impossibly small places. If there was ever the perfect Doctor Who viewer, she'd be it Laughing

But seriously I smell of cat and flea powder now. And I imagine my internet time will be cut down while she runs riot.

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44 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Tue Nov 24, 2009 12:41 pm

Well, something that was grinding my gears (and still kind of is) took a good turn today.

I went to get my hair cut for an audition on Sunday, and I gave the stylist a picture of a cute pixie cut with long bangs on the side in front of the ears. She did NOT do that. She chopped off the bangs, trimmed up the back (buzzing it at the very bottom) and chopped the bangs over my forehead. I look like my freakin' BROTHER. I was REALLY pissed. When I went to class the day after, people looked at me weird, raised their eyebrows and glared. Today, some old lady passed by me and mumbled something to her husband about a "butch cut." (haha...go screw yourself you hag...)

So you see, my gears were REALLY grinding.

HOWEVER, a simple trip back to the salon and I showed the manager and the owner the picture of the style I wanted and compared it to the style I got. I was given a full refund, a coupon for $4 off, and it was noted in their computer for me to never be serviced by that stylist again, and they are also going to talk to her about it.

Sure, it's not going to make my hair grow back any faster (I really wish it would...I hate my hair like this...) but at least it's being taken care of and I got my money back. Plus I got a little black hat to hide it with for $1.50.

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45 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Nov 26, 2009 6:11 am

http://files1.swfchan.com/furry%20milkshake.swf?%3E1146501037-581217269722-823596356 - I lol everytime I watch this Very Happy.

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46 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Nov 26, 2009 10:07 am

The new trailer for Super Street Fighter IV, the very newest one. Featuring Guy, Cody, DeeJay, T.Hawk and new character Juri.

Wow... Just wow....

Link for those interested in seeing Guy’s new Ultra combo

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47 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Nov 26, 2009 11:41 am

I'm just worried how this would work as a stand-alone addon.
Lower price for a basic SFIV with added characters or just these characters?

Because I feel like Capcom is drooling over my money.

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48 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Nov 26, 2009 12:01 pm

Added characters, stages and modes for a lower price than the original version and bonus incentives for anyone who has the original version also. That's what Ono's promising and that's what's selling it for me. I want to play 3D Guy dammit!

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49 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Nov 26, 2009 12:43 pm

But, unfortunatelly for me, I live in Poland where console games are fuken expensive, EVEN for add-ons. I wanted to buy "The Lost & Damned" and "Ballad Of Gay Tonny", stand alone addons for GTAIV, but they're sold for a price of a new game in my country... so I'm not sure if I'll go for SSFIV.

And Dee Jay and T-Hawk? I don't like them.

IMO if there should be rooster of 8 new it should look like this :
- Guy (SF needs a ninja)
- Adon (one of my Alpha series favourite)
- Charlie (more cool & stylish than Guile IMO)
- Karin (I love her apperance)
- Rolento (very cool and effective character although somewhat of a cheater)
- R. Mika (for, erm, obvious reasons)
- Makoto (another schoolgirl but with a helluva punch)
- Elena (long legs are long, nuff said)

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50 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Nov 26, 2009 1:15 pm

Everybody keeps hinting as Ibuki being a possible addition since some have pointed out one magazine scane of Guy shows him blocking a Kunai - her weapon of choice. Dudley's in demand also. I'd like Alex in there but he probably won't make the cut.

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