How many people would like spiderweb software to make a game for the nintendo DS

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Warrior
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Nintendo is for the weak!
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Shaper
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30 love.

Game, set, match.

[ Thursday, April 13, 2006 02:03: Message edited by: Spring ]

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quote:
Originally written by Bomber:

And anyway who owns a DS?
No one i know thats for sure.

No one I would admit to knowing after finding out that they owned such a thing. :P Console gaming is even sadder than watching television.

But honestly, setting a precedent like this is important. That way, nobody will object when the next topic of this kind gets locked promptly, no questions asked.

[ Thursday, April 13, 2006 03:18: Message edited by: Kuranes- ]

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Against.

Who voted for? :mad:

32,1

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P.S. What's a DS again? :D

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Originally by Arancaytar:

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But honestly, setting a precedent like this is important. That way, nobody will object when the next topic of this kind gets locked promptly, no questions asked.
It depends on the context. If a similar topic appears tomorrow or next week, I say go ahead and lock it.

However, if a similar topic were to appear in, say, three weeks, Dikiyoba wants the chance to say "NO!" again.
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quote:
Originally written by Dikiyoba:

Originally by Arancaytar:

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But honestly, setting a precedent like this is important. That way, nobody will object when the next topic of this kind gets locked promptly, no questions asked.
It depends on the context. If a similar topic appears tomorrow or next week, I say go ahead and lock it.

However, if a similar topic were to appear in, say, three weeks, Dikiyoba wants the chance to say "NO!" again.

Not everyone checks each thread with every reply, so why not leave the non-violating threads open at least until they are answered. So yeah, I would object, non-verbally, if threads started getting locked because at some point in the past they offended and it was decided that particular topics did not merit re-discussion, despite changes in either community or technology.

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A Spiderweb Software game on the Nintendo DS? Absolutely ludicrous. No. Not now, not ever.
 
As of posting, there are 35 Against, 1 for. I'm curious as to which hopelessly deluded fool thought it was a good idea, or did someone feel like voting for simply to screw it up?.

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If you really want to play on the go, get a labtop.

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Nuke and Pave
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I've never seen these boards so united about anything. You wouldn't get such uniformity of results even if you asked "does Spidweb make good games". I am glad there is something all of us can agree on. :)

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quote:
Originally written by CPeters:

I'm curious as to which hopelessly deluded fool thought it was a good idea, or did someone feel like voting for simply to screw it up?.
Methinks it was the thread's creator... they seemed enthusiastic about this deranged concept.

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They? There's more than one?

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quote:
Originally written by radix malorum est cupiditas:

They? There's more than one?
"They" is sometimes used in English as 3rd person singular pronoun, when gender of the person referred to is unknown. It isn't grammatically correct, but sounds better than saying "he/she".

[ Thursday, April 13, 2006 09:29: Message edited by: Zeviz ]

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bomber you know me my family has a ds
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"OMG OF CORSE JEFF SOUHLD MAK3 THIS WTF!!!11"

My god, Aran, you almost gave me heard attack when you said that...

Anyway. *cough* NO *cough*

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1) Posting in a topic without, at the very least, proper grammar/spelling and useful input is bad.

2) In before the lock! :D

3) It would be nice if somebody could translate what Llama said into English :)

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quote:
Originally written by lord llama:

Bomber, you know me, and you know that my family has a DS
Ahhh, that feels so much better.
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Why aren't new members required to prove competence in reading and writing the English language before registering?

EDIT:
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Originally written by lord llama:

bomber you know me my family has a ds
Necro!

[ Sunday, April 23, 2006 07:47: Message edited by: radix malorum est cupiditas ]

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WTF? There are two "for" votes now.

A resounding against here. The only person I know with a DS is my incredibly spoiled cousin, and I seriously doubt that he even plays the thing.
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quote:
Originally written by radix malorum est cupiditas:

Why aren't new members required to prove competence in reading and writing the English language before registering?

EDIT:
quote:
Originally written by lord llama:

bomber you know me my family has a ds
Necro!

Because that's undemocratic.

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And the boards aren't a democracy. What's your point?

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Couldn't this topic just die? Really, why did it have to be revived?

And at 2-45, I think the poll is decisively concluded.

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Because people keep posting in it. Every additional post keeps this thread alive for a little bit longer.

Dikiyoba apologizes for this post, because it keeps this thread alive a little bit longer. But sometimes, the obvious must be stated.
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Dikiyoba is forgiven for keeping the thread alive a bit longer, because Arancaytar will now keep it dead for all eternity. :)

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