I have the collector's edition preordered. I can't wait to get this game. I personally think it will be better than Fallout 3, but we'll all have to see. And I am definitely using that grenade machine gun once I get it lol.
I was always terrible at Blitzball. I never had the attention span to sit there and learn the game either. I will admit though, it is a very unique game idea.
Thanks for all the help but I think I figured it out. Im just going to have to redownload all my apps and and redo my settings. You can lock this now.
I basically just have a music folder on my desktop. Its the same way on both computers.
Does sharing the library actually copy the music files? Because I already transferred them to my new computer.
So I recently got a new computer and finally got all my music onto it. I know that syncing iPods and the like is really annoying because of the way iTunes determines its library. So I basically want the transition to be easy when it comes to syncing my iPhone. How do I do this, if its even possible.
I'm not going to get the 3DS unless I really have to. I personally can't stand this 3D craze going around. I don't think it should cost more than $200 if that. If I'm going to spend 200 dollars, I'm going to buy a Wii, or more PS3 games. I don't think that I should pay as much for a handheld as I would for a console.
The past few chapters have angered me to nearly no end.
I really don't care what happens to Ichigo's friends. I REALLY don't.
Kubo should answer the hundreds of questions he has been making up with these chapters, and stop continuing a plot line, which I nearly class as filler. Otherwise, the manga is pretty good and the anime has really been portraying these fights well. All in all, Its gotta be my favorite series.
1. Fallout 3: I've put countless hours into getting every little thing in this game. I have all the DLC and have played some of them over 10 times. Its really just an epic game.
2. Pokemon Silver/Gold: While I ADORED the remakes, they didn't have the same crazy nostalgic factor the originals did. I always loved Generation 2 more than any other gameplay-wise.
3. Dragonball Z Budokai 1/2/3: Nothing defined my childhood more than these games, including the Tenkaichi ones. Hours upon hours of fighting as some of my favorite childhood characters simply made me love these games. Even now, I play some of them lol.
Rather inappropriate for a children's forum, dont you think? xD
We had gone to different concerts. They only played one song from their new album at the concert I went to, because it was the only song they had released at the time. The day after they had released one or two more songs on their website. That's why they didn't play more from Final Frontier.
I saw them on Monday and they only played one song from their new album. Dream Theater was indeed completely amazing. I was pretty pissed when they didn't play anything from Piece of Mind or Powerslave, but they did play a great of other great songs. When I saw them they ended with Number of the Beast, Hallowed Be Thy Name and Running Free. Overall, I would see them again, just not a tour for a new album I think.
My bad, I should have put it in the first post.
Here you go, http://www.ddo.com/
Anyone here play Dungeons and Dragons Online? Its a free MMO and its pretty good for a free game honestly. A good amount of the content has to be purchased through the developers special points but you can do without buying anything. The only other problems I have with it is the load times and the difficulty spike after level 5. You just need a good party after that.
Comparing video games to drugs is completely ridiculous. First of all, the drugs would produce a rather instant high. This study probably compared the total "high" of both video games and cocaine. Cocaine's high is instant, and video games would be over the given 2 hours. Flawed logic right there. Secondly, I want to address the violence causing statement. Fairly recently, video games were proven to have absolutely NO effect on causing violence among teens UNLESS that teen already had a mental condition that caused violent behavior. In that case it would be the parents responsibility to get help.
Now to what I think. Personally, I play video games for a long time, but its in isolated sessions. For example, 4 hours on a rainy day twice a month. There is NOTHING wrong with that. As someone had said earlier, its all about self control. Parents need to limit their children before they start to blame everything else.
I am really looking forward to Pro mode. It just seems really awesome.
I like Cole's new look alot actually. I know some people wont, but its honestly not that bad. Its more basic than his outfit in the first game and sometimes simple is better. I just hope having a save from the first game does something to your game in the second, like maybe a free upgrade or something. I also hope all the powers of the original game are in it plus a few new ones.
Thanks dude. Its epic.
I honestly don't mind a port to 360. I have a PS3 and a 360 so it doesn't really affect me at all. I do think it is fair that 360 owners don't have to buy a new console just to play one game they REALLY want to play. Either way, I'm still getting it.
Hmmm, Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring.
It was just on TV and since I'm a huge LOTR nerd I just had to watch it. Still enjoyable after the 100th time watching it.