23.01.2011 @ 00:12 #1
Nothing's off topic in this thread. Just discuss whatever comes to mind. Tell us what you like, what you dislike, what you think of a particular game, or a movie, or what sport you enjoy. Anything.
23.01.2011 @ 00:29 #2
I think this is a great idea, Vilgefortze!
23.01.2011 @ 00:34 #3
23.01.2011 @ 00:49 #4
Thanks Cory. Help yourself to anything from the freezer :)
Havn't got the bar working yet. Need some time to set up....
Well...when I want some peace and quiet Tommy, I SLEEP. Maybe you should try it too. :)
*helps himself to a beer from the freezer*
I tried playing Darksiders earlier today. Man... it sucks. Kept reminding me of GOW and DMC. Nothing new. Flashy....yes.. but generic. Gave it up after a few hours. Played that game?
23.01.2011 @ 01:03 #5
23.01.2011 @ 01:07 #6
Now I probably won't go to bed till 4 or 5 am, now in Poland it's 2 am ^^
Good idea with the men lounge. I'd have to visit it often :)
Btw, are you guys watching handball WC? Poland lost by 1 point to Denmark in 2nd round... Our chances to reach semis are quite low now. Pity, considering fact that our team should fight for podium. However, Denmark's not poor, either... :(
23.01.2011 @ 01:08 #7
The whole thing is a little generic, but really fun if you give it a while.
Oddly enough, I enjoyed the slightly weird story.
23.01.2011 @ 01:17 #8
Dude. My regular is somewhere between 4-5 hours. Maximum 6 hours maybe. My sleeping hours are very irregular. I sleep whenever I'm tired, wake up at odd hours. Oh...my sleeping pattern's a mess. ;)
You think I should give it another shot then? I'm still in the early stages. I quit when I was in the area where you talk to that stone door dude and complete a bunch of challenges through 4 portals.
My favorite Horseman is Death anyway. But I'll give it a try.
I mean, the last 2 games I played have been such disappointments. Gothic and Two worlds . I was probably too quick to throw this out ....
I was actually thinking about returning to some of the older games for a while. You know...ones I KNOW are good.
I'm mortally afraid of sports. If you knew me, you'd know why. I look like a faint breeze could carry me away. The only thing I play (except stuff on a computer or a console) is chess. But I prefer the computer version of that too. At least my "opponent" doesn't start grumbling about me taking too long. :(
23.01.2011 @ 01:51 #10
I decided to give Darksiders a shot. If I don't give it a try, it's the same (almost) as disliking it anyway. But if I end up liking it...
I've nothing to lose, really. :)
23.01.2011 @ 01:55 #11
Ahh, Gothic 4.
Yes. Without going into too much, I consider myself a fan of the Gothic series. I liked the first, loved the second and even enjoyed the third. That being said. I didn't even consider, at any given time, to try out the fourth.
If I may recommend, the newest and closest to a good Gothic, without being Gothic, would be the game "Risen", by the original creators of Gothic, Piranha Bytes. Gothic 4 on the other hand was made by Spellbound, I believe.
Also, considering that this is the Men's lounge, what is more manly than chopping wood?:
23.01.2011 @ 12:41 #16
I'm planning on getting it. After I'm done with TR: Underworld that is. It has a horrible camera but the story and huge scaled puzzles are still charming for me. I haven't played DMC before. Once I tried one game from the series on my cousin's PS2, pointy graphics and gun shooting didn't appeal to me. However, GOWs are very good. I'm done with 1 and 2. Actually that's the reason I have an eye on Darksiders :)
You spoke of a stone door. Is it something like Fable's demon doors or completely different? Yes or no.
On a side note, I wish I could sleep less like you guys. I need to work on the time I go to bed and V for Vendetta was a great movie The Silver. "V" had convinced me to the walk on 5th November :D
And a question, does anyone know why today's games have so many graphical glitches?
23.01.2011 @ 22:38 #17
2. A complex system is bound to have more loopholes. Hence the glitches. :) You win some, you lose some. If you are able to see each blade of glass accurately, you'll have to get stuck in a wall of two every now and then.
24.01.2011 @ 02:28 #18
In terms of relaxing, nothing beats being in Mother Nature. Out hiking, going on top of a mountain, or going off to the sea in a boat. Find a lagune or small island somewhere and throw anchor. Do some BBQing. It's GREAT!
Sadly I haven't been able to do that for a very long time now.
Anybody like good old rock n roll in here btw? Or classic rock I suppose is the correct term these days. Big fan myself. It's lovely to blast when I'm feeling frustrated or angry, or just want to enjoy some beers. Even better for getting in party mood. Heck, I'm getting a fat grin on my face just by the thought :D
24.01.2011 @ 03:02 #20
I listen to classic rock too. What do like specifically?
I don't do much fishing. I did some hiking and rafting. But I find it far from relaxing. It's more about adventure than relaxing for me.
You can still have a life bro. Get seriously drunk and get out of your home.