I've had a long-standing rule to avoid getting involved in any sort of crowdfunded activities. I didn't donate to Shadowrun or Wasteland, but I did buy and enjoy both of them (I'm plugging both of those games right now, just so you know they're good). I haven't...
Subject: um all these new platform systems are a
waste of money i think all these new platforms are a waste
because all you really nead is a playstation or a n64 and
pop in a expansion pack or somthing. people are always talkin
about the graphics are out dated but they are not look at the
new game for the playstation whats it called fear effect it
has 4 freakin dicks but the graphics kick butt they
look like somthing almost as good as the dreamcast or somthing
like that. or the new game perfect dark it has awsome graphics.
i dont think you have to go out and buy those expensive
platforms just keep your old ones get a good game and kick back
and relaxe like the good old times.
Four of them!? My goodness!
Were you able to beat
them all? If you did, you must have really had your hands full. I just
finished beating the first one. It was huge and it took me over a week.
Man, am I tired. I think I need a cigarette.
Sit Ubu! Sit!
From: "Bekerman" (*****@earthlink.net)
That there are alot more gaming sites then you thought and
ohh boy you got competition. Take www.gamewinners.com they
have alot of codes. And take www.avault.com they even have
trainers for pc games. Should'nt you hire more staff so that
you can expand into the best gaming site on earth?!
P.S. I saw Duke Ferris come to my back yard and kick my dog,
I want to know why he kicked my dog.
It's called tenderizing,
boy! Duke is a gourmet chef, I'll have you know.
And what are you complaining
about, anyway? That dog was delicious.
Red Light Special
From: "Jon Eirik Darre" (*****@online.no)
You should have the size of the game out in the open, so we
don't have to go all the way in!
From Jon Eirik Darre.
Size doesn't matter. And
if you don't want to go all the way in... oh nevermind. I quit.
Just The Facts!
From:"Dan Keeling" (*****@gsm.uci.edu)
Subject: Research Question
I am researching to answer the following question:
"Explain the rationale for Sega's introduction of its Saturn
video game machine in 1995."
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
What's up Dan,
Sega's rationale was rational.
They rationalized that being rational was, well, as rational a decision
as rationality would rationalize.
Fortunately for us the Dreamcast
is a completely irrational system. Hence it's success.
You Know the One...
From: "parmar" (******@ihug.co.nz)
Subject: loooking for a game
I am looking for a PC Game called "Goblins" and
its by Sierra. Some details about the game are that
there are three little People in the game, which
have special features.
Sierra also made Goblins
2 and Goblins 3. They're out of print, so they will be hard to find.
As I recall, those games also had graphics and controls.