Recent Content by Joseki

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    #1 A Link to the Past - ITS SO GOOD.
    Post by: Joseki, Sep 8, 2009 in forum: Gaming
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    Eternal Darkness is the most criminally under-rated game I've ever played, if you have a GC you should definately buy a copy, can't be more than 10$
    Post by: Joseki, Sep 8, 2009 in forum: The Spam Zone
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    I think OOT has actually been in the top3 of *every* top 100 I've ever seen lmfao.
    Post by: Joseki, Sep 8, 2009 in forum: Gaming
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    Doesn't Darky and I look ever so similar? :]


    Post by: Joseki, Sep 2, 2009 in forum: The Playground
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    The games themselves I found very mediocre, when they were supposed to be earth shatteringly good. :[
    Post by: Joseki, Sep 2, 2009 in forum: Gaming
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    I think its probably an annoying feature on the surface to non-competitive gamers, but once you get a group of excelent tekken players in a room, who are tournament calibur and know what they are doing, the effectiveness of grappling becomes much more an artform of playing the game, rather than a cheap tactic.

    SSBM USA/JaP versions have chain throwing as Marsh/Shiek, a lot of people consider it rather unfair.
    Post by: Joseki, Sep 2, 2009 in forum: Gaming
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    Because I've been playing Zelda since I was four years old (I am now 20) I feel as though I have the absolute authority on every Zelda.

    Ehem -

    Top 3

    1. The Legend of Zelda - A Link to the Past
    2. The Legend of Zelda - Ocarina of Time
    3. The Legend of Zelda - Wind Waker

    Honorable mentions - The original GameBoy Color Zelda game was actually quite good, despite its abusive glitches from time to time.

    The Wii zelda was good, but it didn't give me that "Zelda feel" I want from a zelda game.

    EDIT: Majora's Mask is probably tied with wind waker on that list.
    Post by: Joseki, Sep 2, 2009 in forum: Gaming
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    It was sort of like this for me, except that I realized I was just watching a movie but I held down the X button and moved the thumbstick around for 10 hours. Waste-of-time.
    Post by: Joseki, Sep 2, 2009 in forum: Gaming
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    I really with activision didn't aquire Blizzard entertainment. It just makes me wonder about the stability of...gaming.
    Post by: Joseki, Sep 2, 2009 in forum: Gaming
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    FB not close.
    Post by: Joseki, Aug 30, 2009 in forum: Discussion
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    I love you George!!! <3
    Profile Post by Joseki for Inasuma, Aug 30, 2009
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    I can't say I'd group chuck pahalnuk outside of most shock writers, He's ok in general, but some of it is either poorly written or just written seemingly for the intrinsic value of being weird. I've only read three or so books by him though.

    SH5 is a completely amazing book in every regard however. I absolutely adore it.
    Post by: Joseki, Aug 29, 2009 in forum: Literature
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    Just curious to see if anyone has read things that are on more of a college level/adult level of liturature and what you thought of them. I'm talking about writers like Kurt Vonnegut, Haruki Murakami, Thomas Pynchon, Walt Whitman, Ayn Rand, Hemmingway, Kafka and soforth.

    This excludes such lovely modern books such as Twilight, Harry Potter, or anything you can buy on the shelves at a wal-mart.

    I personally just finished The Trial by Kafka for the 2nd time and I really enjoyed the 2nd go through it more than the first. I've found that to be a trend with his writing.
    Thread by: Joseki, Aug 28, 2009, 14 replies, in forum: Literature