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My SiteJudas Maccabeus wrote:Give a man a fire and he's warm for a day. Set a man on fire and he's warm for the rest of his life.
ntw3001 wrote:Well I'm playing games I'd previously become tired of. Borderlands 2: Enjoying! I like that I'm not being pushed into certain weapon types; I could have specialised, but it's completely possible not to. So I don't throw away excellent weapons just because they're SMGs or whatever! Good stuff. Otherwise... well, it's Borderlands 1, again. I think I said before that I had no real reason not to have latched onto it in the same way as the first one. I think it was the boring old ice landscape which sucked the life out of the thing. Now I'm out of that and everything is just dandy.
Civ 4: Colonization. Okay, my problem with this one was that I wasn't really interested in actually fighting the American Revolution. And I've been playing this on and off for a couple of weeks, endlessly starting fresh games and ditching them. Then I found a place with bountiful sugar! See, normally on the continental map there's no sugar, or very little sugar and no way of training a worker to harvest sugar efficiently. This map had both those things! For once, I wasn't stuck in the tundra making endless coats; I had a couple of thriving cities churning out incredible volumes of rum and cigars. And it turns out that was all I needed to latch on and actually finish the game. So Americans, I threw off the yoke of British oppression. You're all welcome. And I didn't have to make a single god dang coat.
ntw3001 wrote:Sass has to come from the heart, not from the shirt.
traubster wrote:I find it irritating whenever I walk through a cemetery and there's not one gravestone that reads something like, "We're all grateful that he's dead. Sorry if he owed you money."
ntw3001 wrote:But you can have a ten year old girl living alone just across the road from her parents, working as the sole employee of a quarry!
IanC wrote:I find it so funny that Go Go Nippon, an innocent visual novel designed to teach about Japan, is behind an age gate on Steam. Why? Whiny anti-visual novel twats, which apparently make up a large proportion of Steam users >_> (check any visual novel on Steam Greenlight for examples).
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