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General Rotors / Re: men's cargo pants
« on: June 16, 2009, 03:17:56 PM »
You fellas really aren't helping a girl feel less self-conscious about her big fat butt  ::)

This seems uncharacteristic for the person who cares about nothing so much !!

Anyway, yeah, you'll most likely just be finding shorts this time of year. Not that pants are impossible to find, but, it won't be real easy. Old Navy would might  have them. Try like ... A Dillards or something.

General Rotors / Re: Sooo, anybody else get Prototype?
« on: June 15, 2009, 06:07:52 PM »
Haha. Um. Yeah. If your parents are strick about videogame violence (to which I say they must be retarded !!) then you probably won't be getting your hands on this anytime soon. Why not order it online and have it shipped to a friend's house or something? Then just be like "IT WAS A GIFT!" if they ever ask. But from the sounds of it, if they don't know what you're playing on Xbox Live, they wouldn't pay attention to what you're playing period unless you asked them to buy something.

Regardless, the violence is the kind that is more hillarious than anything. People who take this stuff seriously are crazy. Because I'm sure that taking a little old woman and chucking her with the perfect football spiral off a building into the sea is something you'll do after experiencing this game.

General Rotors / Re: Who ya gonna call?
« on: June 15, 2009, 06:02:09 PM »
I love Ghostbusters, but I also grew up with it. I remember my dad watching it like ALL the time. But hell, even recently, I could see newcomers getting into it, only because the lines are seriously classic. There is the perfect amount of wit and cynicism without being way over the top or cheesy.

People who go into the movie expecting some great action flick are going to be sorely disappointed, as it's more focused on dialouge than crazy 80s stunts.

General Rotors / Re: Who ya gonna call?
« on: June 15, 2009, 03:50:14 PM »
I had plans on getting this on release date, but ... I'm probably going to hold off for a bit. Just watched the first movie again last week to pump myself up, but still need to hit up the second one again.

Regardless, I really hope it will be amazing. I mean, hell, it has Bill Murray in it.

General Rotors / Sooo, anybody else get Prototype?
« on: June 15, 2009, 03:48:09 PM »
It's almost been a week since it came out now. I picked it up the day it came out myself, and must say it's definitely fucking fantastic.

Currently, it's easily my favorite sandbox game. The movement system is wonderful. It basically took everything I wanted more of from Spiderman 2 and Ultimate Spiderman (which is well ... wall running. You could do it, but it was pretty limited, as after  a while you'd just fall off) had sex with it and gave birth to something wonderful. I mean ... Nothing is better than running up a wall, backflipping off, elbow dropping (or .. doing a  .... sonic .. homing attack) into a helicopter only to jump to the next one, steal it and crash it into a tank.

As for the visuals, I honestly have no problem with them. I've seen some bullshit complaints like "THIS DOESN'T HAVE AMAZING NEXT GEN GRAPHICS LIKE METAL GEAR SOLID 4", but people often forget it's a multiplatform game and needs to be able to run according to each system. However, this is easily made up for with the literal HUNDREDS of things going on at one time. Literally, hundreds of people and infected running around in the streets with tanks, cars all over the place, helicopters blowing shit up, smoke everywhere and all of this with zero slowdown. It's really quite impressive.

Anyway. Get it. Play it. Love it.

General Rotors / Re: Shaq Fu - An urgent development !!
« on: June 13, 2009, 08:55:18 PM »

were you and drak bidding against each other? o_O

Nope. Spazz told us that he'd just do the bidding with his donation and adding ours to it. It was the MASTER PLAN and it WORKED.

Spazz. I want to fuck you. All over everything. Forever.

General Rotors / Re: I'm 21 years old right now
« on: June 13, 2009, 01:01:57 PM »
red raper...........................................................

you people underethtimate who i am thinkin' that i am never who i thay i am.

General Rotors / Re: PITTSBURGH
« on: June 11, 2009, 11:57:36 PM »
Sheetz was wonderful. I miss it dearly.

General Rotors / Re: i'm pretty drunk right now
« on: June 11, 2009, 08:48:54 PM »

Ahahaha, Homer.  I forgot all about him.  I'm pretty sure he was still sticking around the basement after I moved out.  I finally threw him out when I was over there one day.  God speed, brave solider

He will live on. In our hearts.

General Rotors / Re: Sonic Eats Rings Official Facebook Group
« on: June 11, 2009, 08:16:23 PM »
I also "tweet"

... That makes you sound retarded everytime you say it.

Thank you.

Also I don't really understand why anyone would want to use myspace over the facebooks

Mainly because I "started" there, and that was back when Facebook was for ... ya know ... schools only. Before it branched out into what it is now. Most people I know use it. There are those who jumped ship and went to Facebook, but, I never really wanted to bother taking the time to make a new account, refind everyone, set it all up again. One is enough for me.

General Rotors / Re: Shaq Fu - An urgent development !!
« on: June 11, 2009, 04:54:54 PM »
Also Best.

General Rotors / Re: i'm pretty drunk right now
« on: June 11, 2009, 03:25:14 PM »
You guys are a few years late to the party.

We lost a good man that night. A good man indeed.

... And also like seven of Eric's floor tiles do to whatever the hell kind of tape we used on those terribly thin DDR Mats.

General Rotors / Re: Sonic Eats Rings Official Facebook Group
« on: June 11, 2009, 03:13:32 PM »
Mm. I see.

Regardless, wouldn't really matter for me anyway. I was never big on Facebook. I have a Myspace that I check, and I used to blog pretty heavy on it when I was living as a bum, but ... Facebook's interface is just too flooded with Apps and bullshit for me. (Not that myspace isn't getting that way. Which is why I tend to just use the "OLD" settings forever)

I also "tweet"

... That makes you sound retarded everytime you say it.

General Rotors / Re: Shaq Fu - An urgent development !!
« on: June 11, 2009, 10:24:03 AM »

General Rotors / Re: Sonic Eats Rings Official Facebook Group
« on: June 11, 2009, 10:22:23 AM »
Well, actually, I wouldn't doubt most people here have either a myspace, facebook, twitter, or something else. Granted, who knows if anybody actually USES them that much.

General Rotors / Re: Sonic Eats Rings Official Facebook Group
« on: June 11, 2009, 09:55:31 AM »
This is the worst idea.

General Rotors / Re: Internet things you are Nostalgic about.
« on: June 10, 2009, 11:21:33 AM »
Oh man. Well ...

Searching the internet for codes to games, and trying ALL of them, and being astonished when some didn't work. Fake codes and cheats were a lot easier to pull off back before everybody was a hacking king and could prove them all wrong.

Along those lines, trying to find  different ways to get "Pikablu" "Anthrax" and all the other "secret" Pokemon.

Back when "Gamesages" still existed.

Trying to find out ways to get "Johnny" to join you in Mario RPG.

Ragnarok Online when it was THE thing to do.

Finding and submitting Sonic Adventure glitches (most people don't realize that 80% of the glitches in rattleman's SA guide were from me.)

Actually taking the time to write FAQs for GameFAQs

Discovering fan games, such as Mario Xtreme, and thus trying to make my own. "Super Mario: Total Chaos" (I wish I could find that...)

Probably one of the biggest things was actually USING the internet. Kind of fell out of the whole forum thing, and mIRC and all that jazz. From time to time, I want to "be more active" and then just forget or just don't think about it.

General Rotors / Re: Shaq Fu - An urgent development !!
« on: June 10, 2009, 09:24:26 AM »
I'll reimburse you guys $15 if you win.

Saving the big money for when you guys find a copy endorsed by the man himself.

Another hero to be added to the wall of ... heroes.

Yes. That will be the day. I plan on attempting to contact him once the website is up.

General Discussion / Re: Violent videogames banned from Germany.
« on: June 08, 2009, 03:05:20 PM »
I almost wrote up a decent sized rant on it, but ... eh. Not really worth it. Can basically be summed up with the words "fuck that shit."

General Rotors / Re: Up
« on: June 06, 2009, 01:57:14 PM »
I saw it opening night.
Yeah, this movie was intense, filled with a lot of emotion. It was surprisingly dark for a kids movie what with the homicidal explorer, Carl's wife dying, and Kevin's neglective dad. I must say, I think this is pixar's most visually stunning film yet.

Kevin isn't the kid. Kevin is the bird. But uh ... way to spoil a lot of key elements for a movie that just came out.

General Rotors / Re: Up
« on: June 05, 2009, 11:57:08 PM »
I was tempted to make a thread about this.

I fucking LOVED this movie. It's probably tied with Wall-E right now. The Incredibles was good, but didn't have nearly as much emotion in it as this did. Every character was so lovable, it was ridiculous.

Also, I couldn't stop laughing at Kevin's eyes.

The only motion control with the sword was if you shook the controller. Otherwise you held the control stick for different kinds of attacks.

I know, I've played both versions of TP. But I'm talking about what's been said NOW is that he wants it to be more like the Wii Sports Resort Swordplay using the advanced motion attachment. Meaning the way you would swing would be JUST how he should swing in the game (if it's as good as they say it is). Now, that's just what's said, who knows if they know enough to actually DO that. But if they do, for anybody who is left handed who is trying to swing, sure, it's possible, but it'll most likely be a lot of sloppy ugly looking slicing.

Yeah. While it's Wii only, that makes it incredibly disappointing that they'd change a character to push a feature that isn't that great. Especially if they DO want to make it more like a "REAL" sword slash with that new attachment, then they are basically giving a big "Fuck You" to all the left handed people. Because they forget that while we still hold a controller just how a right handed person would, if we were actually swinging a sword, we would not be doing it with our RIGHT hands. So it'll feel awkward and clunky doing so.

It's shit to put motion sensor things in games where they aren't needed. Archery? Okay cool that works. But doing the SWORD play? That's shit. Because we obviously can't control with our left hands AND swing with it too.

Am I the only one who fails to see how anyone gives a shit about a fictional character being right handed or left?

It's more or less the fact that it's annoying that Nintendo would reverse an entire game from how it normally exists because they wanted to push a completely useless and tacked on feature. Sorry but the sun rising in the West is the dumbest shit ever. Not only that, but anywhere Hylian is written, it's all mirrored as well. It's pointless.

I'd rather the game just be a normal Zelda game, with a left handed link and correct world, as opposed to forcing motion sensor shit down our throats. But, from the sounds of it, they want they want the sword fighting to be more like the  "sword-play" from Wii Sports Resort.

Honestly, I wouldn't even care TOO much if Link was right handed for the game as long as they didn't flip the world again.

But as for other reasons why people care, aesthetics, man. People are used to things, and it's always been very clear and often said that Link is left-handed. To just go and change that, while, obviously isn't going to really have an effect on gameplay, still is annoying to LOOK at.

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