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TunaMurray
01-14-2009, 04:04 AM
Ok so I am on a business trip and told my coworker we had to stop in at a store because I needed to pick up vampyre story… “huh?”, He said. I then explained yeah because of Monkey Island. So anyway I got it and am playing it when ever I get some down time while on my trip. So then I thought I wonder what the old dogs at the harbour would think of this thing and what do I see… Captain Picard, Magneto, and derailed trains…glad to see the few that are here haven’t changed much :xp: . So has anyone actually played it and what do you think so far? I think its pretty good. A nice change from FPS and the assortment of adventure games/interactive novels out there these days and has a MI3 feel to it. Then again I haven’t had very long to play it so what do you all think?

Kjølen
01-14-2009, 09:37 PM
No one knows who you are, you know. You're old.

TunaMurray
01-15-2009, 02:44 AM
Eye lad,

But I wasn’t always this shriveled up husk of a bilge rat you see before you. No, there was a time I was known as Murray a true salt of the sea and on an occasion a true devil among chickens. This here harbour was a lot different in those days. Yes there was never a time a salt couldn’t come to these docks and swap stories with another swashbuckler. But the winds have shifted from these docks. There once was a time all that came felt the excitement and wonder of what adventure the horizon held. But with the secrets found and journey forgot many have drifted away. These bones of mine may not have as much salt as they used to but they get the itch now and again to come sit by Ye Olde harbour and remember the adventure and the long forgot left to sea.

sohel
02-19-2009, 01:03 PM
I was known as Murray a true salt of the sea and on an occasion a true devil among chickens. This here harbour was a lot different in those days. Yes there was never a time a salt couldn’t come to these docks and swap stories with another swashbuckler. But the winds have shifted from these docks. There once was a time all that came felt the excitement and wonder of what adventure the horizon held. But with the secrets found and journey