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  1. I'm from here, and I'm not kidding - the description is accurate. http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=clifton+springs
  2. On behalf of any Americans who aren't ethnocentric, selfish asshats, I apologize. We're not all like that. I, personally, even as a monolingual American person, would like to see a good crop of translations so more people can enjoy the game. As for the folks rolling in their own ignorance like pigs in slop, well, have fun being stupid. The game is already in English, so you don't have to worry your little heads, now do you?
  3. Hello to all my fellow n00bs. Looks like, from our gaming experience, we're all quite prepared for PE. As much as I love a great RPG, I like games with thematic depth even more. That's why I'm so excited by this upcoming title - if it has near the thoughtfulness of Torment, I'll enjoy every second of it.
  4. Thanks for all the welcomes! I think I'm going to like it here.
  5. Hello. Though I'm more of the lurker-type than an active contributor, I thought I'd introduce myself - mainly because, from what I've read, this looks like a terrific community full of intelligent, thoughtful people. I can't bloody WAIT for PE. Planescape: Torment is among my all-time favorite games, like, ever, and though I don't want to give away my age too specifically, my gaming hobby started with the Atari 2600. My favorites include titles from as recent as last year (such as GTA V and XCOM: Enemy Unknown) all the way back to Commodore 64 staples like MULE and Elite. I love early PC stuff such as Descent, Fallout, and so on. I'm an RPG nut (Adventure was my favorite 2600 game, and I love the D&D Gold Box series, the Morrowind series, Baldur's Gate, etc etc). I'm primarily a PC gamer, but I delve into PS3 and Vita games now and again. I have never understood the mentality of loving one platform so much that you'll attack others online; the idea that if you love, for instance, gaming on PC, you have to hate consoles, or vice versa. As well as my PlayStation stuff, I own a largely unused Xbox 360 and a Wii, and when the price eventually drops I'll probably pick up a PS4. Why not enjoy them all instead of hating on certain platforms? My loyalty lies with games I like, not brands. If you recognize my writing style, it's likely because you've read me. I wrote for the computer gaming and tech industry for more than a decade, doing reviews, news, features, etc, both online and in magazines. I've been in PC Gamer, GameStop, GameSpy, IGN, Ziff Davis properties, CNET properties, and a dozen or so other markets. I've written about 10 strategy guides for Prima (back in the olden days, when the came in physical form), and another half-dozen or so tech books. I had to quit working because of a chronic medical situation, but I still find time to play games now and then. So anyway, yeah, howdy. I'm looking forward to getting to know some of you! tl;dr version: Hi. I'm this guy who likes games. Nice to meet you.
  6. I'm not sure if I have the K because this is my first post. Let's see...
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