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GR Mailbag: Snuggle Up To The Yule Log And Lend Me Your Ear!
Posted on Monday, December 18 @ 12:13:14 PST by Duke_Ferris
From: Joe Weber (***@hotmail.com)
Subject: PC Presents..
Ok, for the online shoping thing you have..you forgot to put
"The Crow: City of Angles" on there. That was one sweet game.
Excuse me, I must return to my native tribe in Belgium.
Give our best to the wimpy
Albert II and his son, the little "girlie" Prince Phillipe.
Their waffle-eating days are numbered.
From: "chaze" (***@aol.com)
Subject: need more info
i just wanted to know GR staffs all time favorite game ever made.
...our all time favorite
game ever made? Hmmm...
Ben says his would have to
be Handball, the kind using the big red Voit ball.
Brian is quite fond of H-O-R-S-E,
since he was the only person in his 4th grade class who could actually
Shawn's favorite game was
Freeze Tag, until one day when he was tagged...by a leprechaun!
Frozen in place for some
9 years, he became
a sort of chronological fixture in his hometown of South Bend, Indiana.
by a crack squad of gaming scientists, Shawn was taught the latest Ebonics
and enough Japanese to effectively play import games.
Now his favorite game is
You Poor, Sick Bastard
From: "???" (***@aol.com)
what is the length of the playstation 2?
Size doesn't matter. It's
how you support your, ahem, hardware.
At The End of A Long Night Of Drinking, Bill Gates Says...
From: "Suprime Man (a.k.a. Bill Gates) (***@hotmail.com)
Subject: Ya Ya
Sho ok your web shite are kwel..the opinion are
detailled....the choice for the holiday gift are kwel too
THE Guy who said THAT Microsoft will suck whit the Xbox are
a dumpass cause...The best compagnie are the one whit the
more of $$$.. Playstation were best than the N64 just cause
they have more Money Money is the life ya ..
Microsoft is now...the ...hmmm they have bill gate yeah but
they had the money!They will win the 128 bit competiton just
cause they have more corporation whit them (capcom square)
ya see?The console they get are a powerful PC ya ya a pc...
DD ...internet connection...
You will shee microsoft will win that ...Ya..hmmm
Dear a.k.a. Bill Gates,
After running your grammatically
impaired letter through several different translation programs, we think
we know what you're talking about.
Now please, Bill, put down
the bottle and calm down. You
don't need to send us drunken letters. We love you, Bill. We're here
for you. But the first step is to admit that you have a problem.
And yes, you do have a problem.
Don't Make Him Put On His Pants.
From: ssgoku23 (***@hotmail.com)
Subject: Who do I trust?!?!??!?
Ok, so I have a subscription to PCGamer and I saw a
review for Rune, that great viking combat game (which
I have yet to buy). They gave the game an "above average"
rating of 67%, saying that the design is "monotonous", the
magic takes too long to recharge, and that there is
minimal plot involvement. What say you, Sal Magicpants?
Greetings Sayin Warrior,
Sal does agree that the
single player is a few skulls short from an exemplary trophy case, though
calling it "monotonous" is unfair.
But obviously the boys over
at Gamer didn't give the multiplayer a shot, as this is where the power
of Rune truly shines. Perhaps they were frightened at the thought of
having their collective head sliced off by my trusty blade...and for