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Super Smash Brothers Characters in General
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Speaking of Gameboy, the Pokemon series was great fun.
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Super Smash Brothers Characters in General
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quote:
Originally written by Maxmillion:

The N64 rocks. It didn't have as good graphics as the PS
Yea it did. It's graphics were better. The PSX was only 32bit and the N64 was (as the name says) 64 bit. It could handle alot more graphics wise.
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Super Smash Brothers Characters in General
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Yea, I used to rent playstation games and play them. But my friend used to be really into pirating games and had like 200 of them so I used to just go there and play them to see if they were any good before I bought them.
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Super Smash Brothers Characters in General
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quote:
Originally written by I Sprung the Spring:

After Playstation, of course.
Naaa...I prefer nintendo. Sure Playstation had a lot of good games but it also had a lot of pathetic and terrible games. I'm not saying that N64 didn't have some bad games but generally they games that were produced for it were of a high standard.
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Super Smash Brothers Characters in General
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Because it's one of the best consoles of all time
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Do You Think They'll Ever Take The Avernum Series Online? in General
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I have a feeling it wouldn't turn out all that well if they did try and make it an online game.
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SEGA Genesis in General
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But sereously does anyone know the name of that game where theres a casino down the well and you bet on chickens racing and stuff. I remember that game being fun (but then again I was like 10) so I want to download and play it again because I'll never find it to buy it.

Also Lost Vikings is a brillant genesis game.

[ Saturday, May 28, 2005 17:46: Message edited by: Kingy ]
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SEGA Genesis in General
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Yea, I may have to download an emulator.
Could be fun to try it out and see how it compares to Genesis.
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Karma and Bush, and also the WTC in General
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I think this site will sort some issues out

Bush

I recommend that no Bush supports to click that.
And I really don't care about who is president because it doesnt really affect me and I'm from New Zealand and our prime minister can't whether to be a guy or a girl.

[ Friday, May 27, 2005 15:15: Message edited by: Kingy ]
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SEGA Genesis in General
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I wouldn't know how good Chrono Trigger is because SNES is quite a rare thing where I live..I've only ever seen one and my friend bought it in Korea. But before he moved he bought Chrono Trigger and was allways going on about how great it was.

What do you guys thinks better, SNES or Genesis?
I'm a loyal Genesis fan, always, but like I said I havent exactly had the oportunity to really use a SNES.
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Runescape in General
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Yea, face it, the games terrible, play something decent...Like Avernum :)
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SEGA Genesis in General
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Syndicate (not to be confused with syndicate wars which was lame) is probably my favourite game of all time for any gaming machine. Also I used to own bubsy back in the day. It was quite fun although I never really played it all that much. Other brilliant genesis (or Mega Drive as it was called here) games I have/used to own are -
Road Rash II/III
Themepark
Comix Zone
Jurrasic Park 2 - The Lost World
Shadow Run
Double Dragon
Pirates Gold
Punisher
Pirates of Dark Water
Golden Axe
Toe Jam and Earl

And there was also this game that I played as a kid where there was a casino in a well that you could go into and gamble on chickens and stuff. I've allways wanted to know the name of it so I can see if I can obtain it.

Oh, and if it's not obvious enough I'm a big fan of the old genesis and have bought quite a few decent games (not to mention the stupid ones not mentioned here)

[ Friday, May 27, 2005 14:24: Message edited by: Kingy ]
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Music in General
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Yea, I live out in the county and swear words are just common speech. In schools teachers swear and curse without realising it as does everyone else because it's just commonly accepted. It's how I was brought up and I don't even realise when I swear and no-one really finds it offensive.
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Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith in General
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Is it worthwhile seeing it in the cinema or should I just wait until it comes out on DVD?
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I CANT WAIT FOR A4!! in Blades of Avernum
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Yea, A4 should be good because all of the other Avernums were brilliant. When are they going to set it though?
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SpiderWeb Glitch III in Tech Support
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Yea,
Read my sig. Is that what happened to you? It happened to me for a couple of days and now it appears to be fine again. Fixed itself I suppose.
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A Map? in The Avernum Trilogy
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Wow, I have been stuck for a while trying to find that dragon scroll. This has helped me quite a lot. Thanks for that.
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Woah Crazy!! in General
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I'm, sure he can easily get with someone he likes if he puts himself out there and has a look around. I mean jeez, I'm going out with a girl I love more than anything I have ever known before and I'm not exactly built with looks. She on the otherhand is beautiful. I mean, the chances of finding a person like this, and having them go out with me is incredibly slim so if it can happen to me it can happen to anyone.
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Woah Crazy!! in General
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quote:
Originally written by N00BEN:

What actually are you trying to say with that sig, Kingy? Don't you feel any sympathy for MM and his lost account?
No, I didn't know it happened to him. I have been getting that message since my last post and all I could do was change my profile and not post or even read threads while logged on. It seems that now I can though which is good. Also I don't understand why I was imediately targeted for that sheep shagging comment. It was pretty uncalled for.
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Woah Crazy!! in General
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quote:
Originally written by Experience Unlimited:


You taken your pick of the flock yet? I hear the ewes are best in winter -- fluffier, you know. Easier to curl up with on a cold night.
I'm sure that you will find that no-one in New Zealand (except maybe Gore and Nelson and no-one goes there for a good reason) shag sheep... Sure we're all a bunch of rednecks but there ain't no sheep shagging here.
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Quick question about a game (AoE II) in General
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Well,
I got really into AoE a few years back and ended up buying it. I never really played much of AoE II but tryed playing AoM which I really didnt like. But I am borrowing Empire Earth II of a friend today to see if it's worth buying so that should be good.
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Woah Crazy!! in General
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Well, I suppose Aucklanders are a little different and more like america than South Islanders. Ok theres like one goth where I live and thats it. And I have never seen any other goths around when I have been out in town or in another place in NZ.
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Recommended Reading in General
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The Source: Earth Voyage is one of the best books I have ever read. I thought it was great but I guess basically no-one else has/liked it.
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Woah Crazy!! in General
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quote:
Originally written by Cool, Clear Green River:

I think that you dreamed that you're an insipid, illiterate goth girl.

HEY WAIT

Yea,
1. I am not a girl
2. I am not a goth
3. I'm sure you'll find only about 3 goths in New Zealand all of whom are generally avoided.
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Recommended Reading in General
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quote:
Originally written by N00BEN:

NightWatch by Terence Dickinson.

But if you don't like astronomy, you can try a book by Brian Jacques. There's a whole bunch, but if you read them all, the do seem to get generic, however.

Yea, do you mean the redwall series?
My sister bought a bunch of those and I have read a few and found them quite good and also quite funny in places.
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