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 on: March 28, 2014, 01:14:06 pm 
Started by Grammer - Last post by Stan
...poutine spaghetti.

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AP: So I went to a party and suddenly the ex was there. I took this opportunity to get beautifully destroyed. (protip: if a girl invites you to her house party... Naw, fuck it. If ANYONE invites you to their house party, bring like, at most 50$ worth of liquor. In Canada that aint that much (unless you get creative), so take that advice at your discretion... cause yanno there are SO many people reading this that dont already have a phd in house parties xD) and then after that, i found myself in a bathroom with a few transexual punk rockers and a university student, sharing good times and lighters all around. By the end of the night I had kissed a lot of people, and sparked a bit of a thing with the Lady that invited me xD


 on: March 28, 2014, 01:07:47 pm 
Started by WhoLockZombieGirl101 - Last post by Stan
you got me mighty excited loggo

but it was just a cold lead

a damp squid, as a friendly irish nerd would call it

i think a ZA might happen from a crazy fucked up narcotic that no one properl tested on a certain genotype or some shit.

Idfk, science class was forever ago.

 on: March 28, 2014, 03:19:13 am 
Started by Yutrzenika - Last post by Yutrzenika
Playing the original Deus Ex, have it on steam, just haven't played it that much. It's really hard playing the original game coming from Human Revolution, HR feels much more refined. The original has lots of really "Gamey" feeling stuff, that just kinda bogs down the experience. The biggest gripe I have so far is every weapon you use is total shit until you get the necessary amount of points to upgrade your skills, which can take a fair bit, I've gone through two missions now and don't have enough to upgrade my pistol skill yet, so a majority of the time I just zerg rush them with a knife, or spray and pray. Another issue is that there's no apparent autosave function (a feature most games had at the time), and as a result it just encourages save scumming.
I'll try to beat it, but so far it feels like a slog.


Ubisoft is having a wicked sale on PS3 currently, I got myself Rainbow Six Vegas 2, since I had always heard about how good it was, and so far the gameplay is great... However, there's horrendous audio issues with the download version of the game. Wish I knew that before buying it.

EDIT: The Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 2. Oh god, these cliffhangers, man.

 on: March 27, 2014, 10:03:47 pm 
Started by Grey Wolf - Last post by Grey Wolf

 on: March 27, 2014, 09:10:35 pm 
Started by Yutrzenika - Last post by Red Ivan
HAWKEN and Payday 2. I like it when it's balls to the wall insanity with bros.
Really wish it was easier to play with people with another country. Wouldn't mind playing Payday 2 with you RD_Blade.

 on: March 27, 2014, 08:08:02 pm 
Started by Yutrzenika - Last post by HK-47
Elven Brawler again, got into a fist fight with the boss of the zone on the other side of Trollmere, after I punched a troll to death. That other boss was a giant bear.
Brawlers are so awesome.

 on: March 27, 2014, 07:14:21 pm 
Started by Grammer - Last post by TheLastOutlaw
AP:  A few years ago I invented the best way to eat leftover spaghetti and today I made it even better.

So one day I had a bunch of leftover spaghetti and decided to punch it up a bit because I wasn't in the mood for that slightly soggy taste leftover pasta always seems to have.  So I dumped it in a baking dish, put some mozzarella cheese on top, baked it til the cheeze melted and started to brown at the edges, viola!  Spaghetti bake.  Simple, and delicious. 

Tonight while I was getting ready to make a batch I had a slip of the tongue and called it pizza bake.  Then I was like, "why not?"  Layer of cheese went on top like normal, then pepperoni, and another light dusting of cheese.  Amazing.

This has been, cooking leftovers with Outlaw, join us next time where he shares his recipe for Mexican spaghetti!

 on: March 27, 2014, 06:09:29 pm 
Started by Yutrzenika - Last post by Yutrzenika
I mainly mean with the bosses. They seem a lot more deadly than Dark Souls 1. In DaS1 I only had to summon once in need of help for a boss... Dark Souls 2 I've had to use it a lot more.

Also fuck Old Iron King. He wasn't too hard but you had to travel SO FAR to get to him if you died.

 on: March 27, 2014, 11:29:04 am 
Started by Yutrzenika - Last post by Log!
Just beat Scorpioness Najka in Dark Soul 2, hit level 99. Goddamn this game is just as brutal as Dark Souls 1.

I hit level 125 or so yesterday, and I can't say I agree about the difficulty. This one is definitely still hard, and it's easily my favorite so far, but it feels like there are so many more secret shortcuts and bonfires that I rarely feel the same hesitation that I felt in Dark Souls.

 on: March 26, 2014, 08:16:23 pm 
Started by Log! - Last post by HK-47
It's just awful, word is that the Oculus will be rebranded, and Zuckerberg is already talking about integrating facebooks shitty interface into it, with advertisements. Oculus is as good as dead as far as I'm concerned, I hope that Sony's Morpheus VR headset turns out good, because there's no way I'm going to buy something with Facebooks cancer attached to it.

I thought of an analogy to go along with this but I knew that it was so utterly wrong.

Instead, it's like the White Man and the Native Americans, because I was listening to "Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee", a book that retells how the white man screwed over the Native American time and time again by being a bunch of rat bastards (No offense, even though I'm white too). They sold the Oculus and got paid but the payer just completely and utterly fucks with it until it's a mockery of what it once represented.

Sucks balls for those who paid the Kickstarter for it.

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