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Old 10-18-2008, 03:36 PM   #4321
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So I have had this advance copy of Far Cry 2 since like Monday or Tuesday. The actual game does not come out until Tues, the 21st. So far, so good. You are introduced to some third world Hell hole, you get malaria, and some Russians find you, patch you up with band aids, load you up with guns, and you have to drive away in a piece of **** car and go look for an arms dealer called "the Jackal". Pretty realistic stuff. Great graphics, and the healing mechanism is note worthy. When you are shot, you hit a button, and it shows you digging bullets out of your leg with a knife.
So some jackass is able to perform field surgery sans anesthesia on himself without batting a sweat, but introduce some protozoa into his system and he goes down like a wife after she's been given a diamond ring?



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Old 10-18-2008, 05:33 PM   #4322
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Got it today, but I won't be able to play it till later tonight.


and got this on Goozex for 250 pts and a dollar:


Stop laughing. Why the hell not? :V


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Old 10-18-2008, 06:55 PM   #4323
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So I have had this advance copy of Far Cry 2 since like Monday or Tuesday. The actual game does not come out until Tues, the 21st. So far, so good. You are introduced to some third world Hell hole, you get malaria, and some Russians find you, patch you up with band aids, load you up with guns, and you have to drive away in a piece of **** car and go look for an arms dealer called "the Jackal". Pretty realistic stuff. Great graphics, and the healing mechanism is note worthy. When you are shot, you hit a button, and it shows you digging bullets out of your leg with a knife.
I preordered this last week. It looks like it gonna be a fun and long game which I am looking forward too. I think that's pretty badass about digging out bullets out with a knife but can still kinda leaves me wondering. I know they were trying to go for a real realistic game from what I've read and didn't want to be as sci-fi like the first one. We'll just have to wait and see I guess.



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Old 10-19-2008, 12:04 AM   #4324
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I knew about the bullet digging... cause I saw it at PAX, har har! Level building looked pretty bomb, too. "Fire! Light it on fire!" the crowd cheered whenever the demo-er asked the audience for suggestions on what he should do.

Also saw the new Prince of Persia game. POP looks cool, but it's got a rip off of Okami in it, which I found amusing. The game is around pushing out evil in the land by reviving magic geyser things, just like the sacred Sakura trees in Okami. And it's got a rip off of Mario Galaxy with the waggle-star-launchers. And a similar wall climbing section of GoW. Looked pretty cool, though.


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Old 10-19-2008, 01:07 AM   #4325
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I preordered this last week. It looks like it gonna be a fun and long game which I am looking forward too. I think that's pretty badass about digging out bullets out with a knife but can still kinda leaves me wondering. I know they were trying to go for a real realistic game from what I've read and didn't want to be as sci-fi like the first one. We'll just have to wait and see I guess.

The note from Ubisoft that came with the game read as follows:

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Here's your advance copy of the hot new release title that will drive your sales this holiday - Far Cry 2. It launches Tuesday, October 21, and we expect it to deliver some phenomenal results. With more than 50 hours of game play, and a state of the art map editor that will gamers to creat endless variations, we want to give you a first-hand preview so you can share your personal experience with your customers.

Here are a few other reasons we're so excited about this game:

1. Far Cry 2 combines the realism of an open world with the intensisty of a first-person shooter. We like to call it First Person Shooter 2.0.

2. We are investing $12M in marketing, including $8M in TV advertising.

3. The Far Cry 2 GameStop Exclusive Pre-order Edition offers 6 bonus missions and a fold-out open world map at no additional cost.

"Seeing is believing..." so please take some time to enjoy the game and learn why this will be such a big hit this holiday and beyond.

Thanks in advance for your support!

The Ubisoft Team
It's always tough this time of year, because so much stuff comes out so fast, that I can barely keep up with it all. I have a VERY bad tendency to not finish one game before picking up another. I get distracted very easily. I only spent one night on Far Cry 2. I like it a lot, but then Dead Space hit, and I just had to give it another look. Right now I am hooked on that. Far Cry 2 is really good, but the game I am most excited about right now is Fallout 3. I have a feeling once that hits, all the games I am playing, are going to go on the back burner. That's the double edged sword about the holidays. So many games competing for top dog and only so many of them really get the attention they deserve. It does not mean that some games are necessarily better than others. Remember when Rainbow Six Vegas first hit back in 2006? It hit a couple of weeks after Gears of War. Even though RSV was considered to be one of the most technically proficient shooters of it's time, it was so overshadowed by Gears of War. In this tough economy it's tough to see which games are going to make the popularity cut. I think Gears of War 2, and Call of Duty: World At War, are going to be neck in neck for top spot in the shooters categories, and everything else is going to go overlooked. Damn shame, but it happens every year. That's what happens when you don't have crap come out all summer long, and launch everything during the holidays. Bastards.
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Old 10-19-2008, 01:42 AM   #4326
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I honestly don't know how well CoD:WaW is going to do. I mean, it might be fun for a bit. But I honestly don't like WWII shooters that much anymore. At all. And yes, I know the multiplayer of WaW is just like CoD4. But I'd much rather play CoD4 itself than CoD4:WWII edition.


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Old 10-19-2008, 11:12 AM   #4327
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Old 10-19-2008, 01:32 PM   #4328
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Yeah, 3 sucked, therefore WaW will suck :|
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Old 10-19-2008, 05:07 PM   #4329
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And also a screenshot from a Homeworld 2 mod, Point Defense Systems (an incredible mod, btw):



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Old 10-19-2008, 06:09 PM   #4330
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I honestly don't know how well CoD:WaW is going to do. I mean, it might be fun for a bit. But I honestly don't like WWII shooters that much anymore. At all. And yes, I know the multiplayer of WaW is just like CoD4. But I'd much rather play CoD4 itself than CoD4:WWII edition.
Well my friend got into the Beta and said it's pretty much the same as CoD:4 but just all WWII again. Originally I wasn't gonna play it since it's being developed by the guys that made CoD:3 but after hearing my friends's review for sure I'm not getting it. It looks like they didn't even do anything new. My friend said even all the perks were the same.



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Old 10-19-2008, 10:06 PM   #4331
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It's not going to necessarily be bad. CoD4's MP is honestly the most fun I've had in a shooter since first hopping into Halo 2 on XBL, so don't fix what isn't broken. But here's the thing. It's CoD4 - WWII edition. I, like many others, don't want to play a WWII themed CoD4, and would much rather simply stick to CoD4.


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Old 10-20-2008, 12:43 AM   #4332
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But it's just too boring now. Everyone I use to play with got bored of it cause after going into prestige for like the 7th time it just wan't fun anymore. And I did play all the game modes so it wasn't like I just stuck to one game type. I think it was just the rushing in the game that got to me. That's why I had fun with Rainbow 6 and Battlefield because you could play more tacticaly and switched over to those games.



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Old 10-20-2008, 06:08 AM   #4333
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i heard it's the jewish alien aspect of ww2 so uh



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Old 10-20-2008, 02:02 PM   #4334
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i was suspected of car theft!

sadly no guns were drawn on me like most large cities do in all possible car theft scenarios


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Old 10-20-2008, 02:33 PM   #4335
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This is indeed a very good thing. Have you been anal probed, Dath?


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Old 10-20-2008, 03:28 PM   #4336
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i was suspected of car theft!
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Old 10-21-2008, 10:09 AM   #4337
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Old 10-21-2008, 11:56 AM   #4338
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Anyone else picked it up today?


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Old 10-22-2008, 05:24 AM   #4339
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I just got my second Woot item, and my first Woot-off item. I really didn't think the woot-off would get me, but it did.

I got a tripod:


I already have a mini tripod and a full size tripod, but I've been needing something in-between. This was only 14 including shipping and it was perfect size.
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Old 10-22-2008, 04:10 PM   #4340
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I just got my second Woot item, and my first Woot-off item. I really didn't think the woot-off would get me, but it did.

I got a tripod:


I already have a mini tripod and a full size tripod, but I've been needing something in-between. This was only 14 including shipping and it was perfect size.
AH! AAAAAH! AAAAAAAAAAA! DAMMIT! I need a tri-pod, no money on Paypal and I didn't even bother looking. Damn, I need one and that would be perfect! GRRRR!


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Old 10-22-2008, 04:18 PM   #4341
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AH! AAAAAH! AAAAAAAAAAA! DAMMIT! I need a tri-pod, no money on Paypal and I didn't even bother looking. Damn, I need one and that would be perfect! GRRRR!
It was on there for like half an hour at 3 in the morning. I don't think you would've caught it.

I think you can still get these pretty cheap, so I'll tell you how it is when it comes in.
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Old 10-22-2008, 05:42 PM   #4342
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Epic haul today. My 360 done 'sploded on me a while back and I've been biding my time waiting for the correct moment to pounce on a new one. Today was that day.

Xbox Pro with 60Gb Hdd:


Lego Indiana Jones:


Kung Fu Panda:


Saints Row 2:


Call of Duty 4:


Fable 2:


Lego Star Wars: The Complete Trilogy


Wireless Black Controller:



"But Rhett", you might proclaim, "Surely you spent like a billion dollars on all this sweet sweet gamage!"

Nay! When all was said and done, the damage inflicted upon my wallet only totaled $407.97.

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Old 10-22-2008, 05:56 PM   #4343
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Epic haul today. My 360 done 'sploded on me a while back and I've been biding my time waiting for the correct moment to pounce on a new one. Today was that day.
Why didn't you just ship it back to Microsoft?

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I would like to learn your skimpy ways.
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Old 10-22-2008, 07:21 PM   #4344
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My window sill got one... and a half more residents...



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Old 10-23-2008, 12:49 AM   #4345
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Why didn't you just ship it back to Microsoft?

I would like to learn your skimpy ways.

I bought it used from someone so I ripped it open and rebuilt it which got me about four more months out of it but the gpu was already on the way out and it eventually just stopped outputting a viable signal.


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Old 10-24-2008, 07:25 PM   #4346
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Old 10-24-2008, 11:27 PM   #4347
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Note to self: Don't ever argue over philosophy with Samuel Dravis... I will lose. Or die from starvation due to TMI.


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Old 10-25-2008, 02:30 AM   #4348
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Heh, just reading some of the stuff doesn't mean I'm a philosopher! But it is interesting. Most of the difficulty with it is learning the jargon that an author might use. Past that, though, it's relatively easy to figure out what the problems are even if you aren't experienced with the subject. Providing an answer to those problems... now, that's a different matter.


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Old 10-25-2008, 02:34 AM   #4349
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I BEAT BLACKENED YESTERDAY, AND FINALLY BEAT VISIONS TODAY BY MYSELF ON EXPERT DRUMS! SWEET ZOMBIE JESUS!


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I'm installing XP on it now, the OS this netbook ships with is useless. It might have Ubuntu on it by the end of the week though...






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Old 10-26-2008, 04:23 PM   #4351
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As of last night at 10:15 PM, I have conquered Rock Band 2's Endless Setlist 2 on Expert Drums.

I started at 2:30, and played all 84 songs back to back, with only a 15 minute break after the 30th song to eat a snack. Surprisingly enough, my arms aren't completely dead today either.


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While I have had this since Tues, I have not found time to play it. I have been drowning in new releases, and general work load. Also, been planning a Halloween party, and managed to find time to go to my friend's Halloween party last night after the stupid Guitar Hero launch. Outside of Halloween, I really hate this time of year, retailers everywhere run Christmas down your throat until you can't even breathe anymore.
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This is what I would have bought today. Thankfully, I found out online that my ION Drum Rocker doesn't work properly with GH:WT before purchasing it. It reads the set as a GH:WT kit and instead of compressing the note chart to a 4 note lane it keeps the 5 note lane. That's the good thing. The bad thing is hitting either of the cymbals registers as both that cymbals note as well as the orange note for some reason.

Now, a part of me wants to say this is just a temporary problem and will be patched. But then I remember how big of a dick activision is when it comes to things like this. Activision tried as hard as they could to prevent Harmonix from releasing a patch for the PS3 version of the original Rock Band that allowed the PS3 GHIII Les Paul controllers to work with Rock Band. Add in the fact that to this day the Rock Band guitar will not work with Guitar Hero III (as ****ty as the Rock Band guitar is, this is still a dick move), and you get an idea of how high my hopes are that Activision will fix this (READ: NOT THAT HIGH).


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Total waste of a post... but I was experimenting with Altair a little today... got a little carried away...



You know, methodically killed a crowd of about 120+ people who were under mind control. (Whoops, spoiler alert if you haven't played it). :V


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You know, methodically killed a crowd of about 120+ people who were under mind control. (Whoops, spoiler alert if you haven't played it). :V
SPOILER ALERT:
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Old 10-27-2008, 12:49 AM   #4356
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You know, methodically killed a crowd of about 120+ people who were under mind control. (Whoops, spoiler alert if you haven't played it). :V
SPOILER ALERT:
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Just because you've put 80 hours into a game doesn't mean everyone else has. Don't be such a cockbite.


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Old 10-27-2008, 04:48 PM   #4358
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Old 10-27-2008, 06:43 PM   #4359
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I've seen some stylized album cover text but damn... that's the most stylized font I've ever seen... o_o


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Non-fiction: 15 | Investigative 2; History/Politics 3; Science 3; Biography 7
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Last book: Cosmos by Carl Sagan - Dec 2013
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Old 10-27-2008, 06:54 PM   #4360
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I've seen some stylized album cover text but damn... that's the most stylized font I've ever seen... o_o
Is that even a font? Looks like just a design to me. I don't see anything that could be read in that, unless it's Norwegian or something.

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