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kumquatq3

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  1. Yep. Clearly our little Mormon girl didn't understand how to franchise herself properly. There is no real argument here. There is little reason not to agree with the line "I rather have no FO then a bad one" if you're a FO fan and you want to see a FO4-5-6 after a FO3. Or hell, if your a fan of PC RPGs period. I mean, who really wants a bad RPG? I think people are just having problems coming to terms with Doomy (Sand for you with short memories) being right.
  2. You're a good guy, I like you. I'll have Devin Hester cap it at 5 returns for TD's
  3. Clearly you don't know Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery I'm sure he, smartly for him, pays alot of taxes via the corporation. I mean, death and taxes, right?
  4. So people would rather have a game that sucks and carries the name "Fallout" to try and sell a few extra copies than no Fallout? So you guys are all for games like FO:BOS? The question isn't asking if I think Beth or Iply has the right to make such games, just what I would prefer. I think the only rational answer for a FO fan is to say I rather have no FO than a bad FO.
  5. The name sounds familiar. Where's Darque when you need her?
  6. I loved the first one, the second (when it wasn't just recycling jokes from the first one, badly) was kinda boring.
  7. kumquatq3

    LOST

    and she's have to be real.....and even then not trapped on a "island".
  8. I was hoping the Bears would show interest
  9. Well, technically speaking, he's still an Australian, just not (apparently) a citizen.
  10. Isn't that the one you get for helping the mobile lab guy? I just finished, got the "Want to be rich" ending.
  11. I'm looking out for "UFO: Extraterrestrials" which comes out on the 17th
  12. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070330/ap_en_ot/chocolate_jesus Continued in link Anyways, in light of the Muhammad cartoons, I found this kinda funny
  13. Yoshi's Island for the SNES Those floating balls that make Yoshi trip out are the greatest thing EVER The game isn't better than Super Mario World tho
  14. http://wii.ign.com/articles/777/777545p1.html April 2, 2007 - SEGA of America and Europe today jointly announced NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams for Nintendo's Wii console. The game is the official sequel to the cult hit SEGA Saturn game in which players explored dream worlds and controlled a jester with the ability to fly. Journey of Dreams seems to follow the same basic premise. According to SEGA, the title enables gamers to control a jester named NiGHTS through Nightopia, "a rich and vibrant world where dreams come to life." Players will, of course, utilize the Wii remote for what SEGA calls a "heightened sense of gliding, spiraling and looping through seven mystical dream worlds." In addition to soaring through the stages, gamers will battle Nightmares from the the land of Nightmare. In an official statement made to the Japanese press today, Nights: JoD producer and Sonic Team veteran Takashi Iizuka said, "In 1996, under the concept of 'a refreshing feeling of flight,' we created Nights, a character of the world of dreams who dances through the skies. Eleven years later, the long silence broken, Nights will soar through a new dream world. A new stage, a new story, and a new plaftorm, the Wii. Please look forward to the new adventure of Nights and friends." "We plan to deliver a gameplay experience never before seen on the Wii with NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams," said Scott A. Steinberg, vice president of marketing, SEGA of America. "The game takes full advantage of the unique Wii Remote controller enabling gamers to guide NiGHTS through spectacularly designed dream worlds intertwined with a story about hope and courage." According to unconfirmed rumors, NiGHTS began its life for 360 and PS3, but was later moved to Wii. The title is allegedly being developed by Sonic Team America. Journey into Dreams is set for a fall 2007 release. Overseas magazines broke the story (and embargo) last week, showcasing first screenshots of NiGHTS for Wii. In addition, the game's director revealed that a two-player mode and some form of online compatibility were likely for the title. IGN Wii will have much more on the game in the coming weeks. Stay tuned.
  15. I'm going to punch someone at EA in the face if the alien mini-campaign doesn't shed light on Nods (boring) ending cinematic. EDIT: I like how GDI and Nods stories are the same story from different perspectives tho, unlike past C&Cs where they were totally different
  16. I was wondering why Bokishi was making a K3 topic...
  17. I have to agree with this statement. The game isn't lacking in the polishing department. To each his own, maybe I've been spoiled by Starcraft and past C&Cs, but this game came out of the oven a bit early. It's not broke, but you can see the cracks. Still fun enough tho, if only for the FMV (which has issues too).
  18. I know, the teching is just too fast (and mammoth tanks are just too good) Also, while I'm having fun overall, does anyone else feel the game lacks a certain amount of polish? Some of the cut scenes seem rather cut and pasted. I think this game could have been much better than it is with more dev time.
  19. I'm sorry, while there was things to like about it, K2 was FAR from solid. And K1 wouldn't run without crashing before a patch. It, however, had an ending
  20. I'm sorry, while there was things to like about it, K2 was FAR from solid.
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