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What game has most suprised you?


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That was the whole package, Volourn. We have had this discussion before yet you remain an idiot for not understanding my position. I will not get into the same argument again for it is pointless since you refuse to understand. I gave the software an oveall a grade of C.

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"I gave the software an oveall a grade of C."

You, yourself, stated that you only rate the actual camapaigns that coem from games hence you rated the OC 75%. Don't try to slither out of your statements.

75% is not a C. It's in the B range. Nice try though.


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Positive surprises:

Fallout
BG
Deus Ex
System Shock 2
Anachronox
KOTOR
Silent Storm
Bloodlines

If I have to pick only one, it is Anachronox.

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"I gave the software an oveall a grade of C."

You, yourself, stated that you only rate the actual camapaigns that coem from games hence you rated the OC 75%. Don't try to slither out of your statements.

75% is not a C. It's in the B range. Nice try though.


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Like I said, I am not going into this argument over again. Nice try to bait me, but its not going to work. :thumbsup:

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Ahh.. Sweet, sweet sarcasm. :blink:

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I don’t know what you’re talking about. :ph34r:

@Hades and probably to a thousand others who like it, I would not agree about multiplayer. When I went through the OC, it was who could hack the monster first and who could run and loot all the barrels first. No one wanted to read any of the dialog except me. Basically I just kept falling behind the group, as I wanted it to be a bit slower so I could enjoy myself more. So I ended up liking single player a lot more than multiplayer.

One thing I will say that was great, was the DM Client. I was very impressed with that. Heck the DM kept feeling sorry for me so he would throw around a couple of healing potions for me because the other people in my group (and these were people I knew) would loot everything so fast I couldn’t get anything.

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"healing potions for me because the other people in my group (and these were people I knew) would loot everything so fast I couldn’t get anything."

R00fles! I laugh when that happens in MP, and I leave the party then they have the gall to ask why I was so rude to leave. Hahaha.

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Volourn, you got your grading scale all **** up, you do know that. 81 to 90 is the B range.

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"healing potions for me because the other people in my group (and these were people I knew) would loot everything so fast I couldn’t get anything."


This sounds like my old PNP group - we had surrounded the chief bad ass after wiping out his evil minions and he had nowhere left to run so my lawful good dwarf warrior offered him a chance to surrender to which he replied "Give me a warrior's death!". I told him that I would face him one on one - if he beat me my companions would let him walk away.

So after an epic battle on the castle rampants I finally struck the killing blow...I knelt down to hold the dying guy's hand and whisper that he would be remembered as an honourable foe, when suddenly the rest of my party shoved me aside and started looting! Instead of passing away to a fellow warrior's stoic words, he had to pass into the nether realms listening to an elf and a hobbit arguing dibbs on his magic cloak... :rolleyes:

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"Volourn, you got your grading scale all **** up, you do know that. 81 to 90 is the B range."

Deja vu! You are wrong.


"This sounds like my old PNP group - we had surrounded the chief bad ass after wiping out his evil minions and he had nowhere left to run so my lawful good dwarf warrior offered him a chance to surrender to which he replied "Give me a warrior's death!". I told him that I would face him one on one - if he beat me my companions would let him walk away.

So after an epic battle on the castle rampants I finally struck the killing blow...I knelt down to hold the dying guy's hand and whisper that he would be remembered as an honourable foe, when suddenly the rest of my party shoved me aside and started looting! Instead of passing away to a fellow warrior's stoic words, he had to pass into the nether realms listening to an elf and a hobbit arguing dibbs on his magic cloak..."

LOL I love this kind of story. It happens a lot.

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Well it could be worst ... it could have been a Kender instead of a Hobbit.

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"Volourn, you got your grading scale all **** up, you do know that. 81 to 90 is the B range."

Deja vu! You are wrong.

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Well, I dunno what it's like or was like in Canada, but the American grading system, that I had to endure for 8 years, went like this:

A 91-100
B 81-90
C 71-80
D 61-70
F 0-59

This was about four years ago, before that it was harder IIRC.

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In Kanada the education system is more lax it seems.

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Would explain a lot >_<

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You guys have had this very same conversation before. And on that note, that conversation has pretty much ground this thread to a halt, so I'm locking it.




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