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Magister Lajciak

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  1. Tell us more and maybe we can fit you in somehow!
  2. Yeah, something like that.
  3. Yeah, the dress is nice, but it's what inside that dress that matters.
  4. Sure, the older you are while still a virgin, the higher your rank. Also, the more 'virginy' you are the higher your rank. Extenuating circumstances, such as injury or priesthood or other such factors that could explain your virginity act to lower your rank. I am pretty high in the hierarchy.
  5. House of the Dead: Overkill: http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/vie...e-Dead-Overkill
  6. TheHarlequin, can you point us to those statistics, which you say indicate that the U.S. is the biggest market for games and Europe is relatively insignificant by comparison? I am asking, because my impression was that although the U.S. is the biggest market for games overall, much of this is for console games, and for computer games Europe may well now be a bigger market than the U.S. (in much of Europe, computer gaming still dominantes over console gaming) ... and this is clearly meant to be exclusively a computer game.
  7. I don't know how much you know about nuclear winter, but I do want to point out that a nuclear winter would not actually last an enormously long amount of time. Depending on the scale of nuclear exchange percipitating it, nuclear winter would last anywhere from a few months to something over a decade (let's say 20 years at most). Whereas even at the lower end of the scale it would be long enough to wipe out most mankind from exposure and food shortages, you should bear that in mind if you want to keep the game realistic - no multigenerational time spent in nuclear bunkers (because nuclear winter would definitely be over long before that) and probably no drastically new technologies or major radiation-induced evolution of new life-forms due to the inherent time-constraints. You could, chose to ignore this aspect of realism, but that is what it would be like. After the nuclear winter ended, you would actually get global warming...
  8. Preliminary membership in the virgin club is automatically conferred at birth free of charge. The age at which full membership is possible may vary based on local norms and customs as well as the law of the land, but is invariably granted by age 18 provided that the applicant does not violate the terms and conditions that act as prerequisites. There are various levels of exclusivity assigned to different categories of membership that you may aim for: Honorary virgin: This is the easiest title to attain, since it can be granted even to those who have violated the prerequisites of membership in the past. Virgin: Has not gone 'all the way' Super Virgin: No romantically-connected touch There are also age categories: 18: Adult 19: Choosy 20: Picky 21: Prudent 22: Prude 23: Shy 24: Misanthrope 25: Loser This may not apply to priests and some other special categories of people.
  9. Once you turn in your membership of the virgin club, we cannot unfortunately reinstate you again as a full member. Fear not, however, as you can become a honorary member by forswearing all future physical contact with girls!
  10. Well, it seems from what has been said that the only way to avoid problems in relationships with girls is to avoid relationships with girls. We can all be virgins forever! Anybody wants to join the club?
  11. I wish you luck on your project. I am pretty impressed with the engine project you worked on, so I guess the chances of this being completed seem higher than for most enthusiast-led open-source projects.
  12. Thanks for the tip! Make sure to check out Strawberry Shortcake too!
  13. motb Yes! Great to have him back! MotB was/is absolutely awesome.
  14. Strawberry Shortcake: Warning: The video contains foul language. I think this game beats even Big Rigs!
  15. I am glad you enjoyed it! I know it's old, but I hadn't seen it before and thought it worth posting.
  16. Well, it does fit the modern trend in making games easier and making sure that players cannot fail.
  17. I almost broke my ribs by laughing at the review. I definitely agree that the reviews are much more entertaining than the game. The same was actually the case with the Dungeons & Dragons movie and the reviews for it.
  18. I still prefer their review of Real Life. They gave it a 9.6. Hmm, not bad either!
  19. Yep, that's for sure! Here is the written review: http://www.gamespot.com/pc/driving/bigrigsotrr/review.html Finally, here you can see the game in Gamespot's Top 10: http://www.gamespot.com/pc/driving/bigrigs...fully-bad-games
  20. Well, if not the best game, at least I think it is one of the best Gamespot reviews I have ever seen.
  21. Watch the video-review here: http://www.gamespot.com/pc/driving/bigrigs...ng-video-review
  22. I agree that that's one of the major reasons it sucks, but lest we forget I also want to point out that not only did they destroy the fluff and especially Forgotten Realms, but they also raped the rules. Raped them them, waterboarded them and then cut them apart in small slices, threw them into a mixer where they shredded them and finally canibalisticaly devoured them. Their, ehm, biological products, ehm, then became 4E rules.
  23. Agreed! I too no longer buy EA's games because of their DRM, but I don't think our numbers (those not buying these games based on DRM) are very significant. Still, they actually have to pay Sony for the DRM they use on their games. What an utter and ineffectual waste of money in this tough economy! This is an area where they could gain customers by saving money.
  24. We are talking sports, not a RPG. There is no story in football. That's a pretty ridiculous statement. Most sports games I play go like this: I create a character. I customize the avatar, I select certain skills, and then I begin playing. At first I have training exercises, or I play against easier teams. Eventually my skills go up and I face more challenging opposition. I try to accomplish certain tasks like winning awards, and if I do well I will win the game eventually. How is that not an RPG? Is it because I didn't fight a dragon? That certainly sounds like an CRPG to me. It's not a type of RPG that is my preferred flavor, but it certainly follows the CRPG model and I would not hesitate to classify it as such if sports games were not considered a separate category entirely.
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