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  1. I was a big fan of the Syberia series of adventure games as a child, and I went back and attempted to play them again a few years ago. I remembered there being this one character who was my favorite, and I was excited to get to the point of the game where I met him. When I finally did, the second he opened his mouth, I was like, "Oh God, I'm going to be stuck with your annoying ass for the whole rest of this game, aren't I?" Spoiler alert: I totally was Long story short, those games did not hold up to my beloved childhood memories.
  2. I concur on this one. I understand the original trilogy was highly beloved, and it would have been nearly impossible for any spin-off game to recapture that lightning in a bottle. While there were certainly things about Andromeda I didn't like, I don't think it was the massive trainwreck everyone treated it like it was, and I actually really enjoyed playing it.
  3. I starting gaming when I was in college back in 2013-ish, and I started with M-rated games, so obviously cussing in video games was always normal in my world. Here's something along a similar vein, though: I remember being quite surprised by the amount of nudity in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Especially when compared to the previous games in the series, in which everyone's underclothes stayed firmly on during the romance scenes (despite those games also being rated M).
  4. One of the Bloons Tower Defense games, don't recall which number it was in the series. Don't judge me, my brain needed to decompress and those monkeys are adorable 😄
  5. If we're including the non-animated ones, definitely Pirates of the Caribbean. It's just a fun movie, there's no other word to describe it. Shame they never made any sequels * cough * Showed it to my sister once, and her reaction was, "The swordfights went on a little long." The movie is called Pirates of the Caribbean, sis. I don't know what else you were expecting.
  6. I own an xBox 360 (ancient), an xBox One, and a PC (not a gaming one, just a regular ol' laptop). I've never encountered a scenario where there was a game I wanted to play that wouldn't run on any of those platforms.
  7. I don't really have a good answer for this question, but it reminded of that one time I went to the Boston-ish area of Massachusetts for a funeral, after having sunk 500+ hours into Fallout 4 by that point. It was very surreal, driving down the interstate and seeing all the familiar location names on the highway signs, locations I was only familiar with because I'd seen them in that game. "Ugh, no, we can't stop in Concord." "Why?" "Preston is there, he's gonna make me fight a deathclaw in a power armor suit... Look, it's a whole thing, OK?"
  8. I live in a very farm-heavy area, and I concur wholeheartedly. Pigs are dumb af, and that's even compared to other livestock. To be fair, though, I think a lot of different animals can be trained to do various tasks in exchange for a reward. What I'd really like to see is what would happen if they tried this with monkeys.
  9. I feel like this has largely been replaced by console commands, at least for PC. Not that I'm complaining or anything. Console commands are way easier to use than old-fashioned cheat codes, as was already mentioned above.
  10. Hi there, welcome! *fist bump *
  11. I didn't really get into gaming until I was in college, but I have fond memories of watching my dad play the original King's Quest by Sierra on our chunky desktop computer when I was a child. Internet was still dial-up in those days, so it was easier for him to consult me for help than to find an online walkthrough, since I was sitting right next to him. Climbing that beanstalk was harder than any boss fight.
  12. You people are mad xD Longest I ever did in one sitting was the ending of Mass Effect 3, back in college. I was determined to finish the game that night, but didn't realize how long the ending was, and didn't want to break the emotional immersion by stopping and coming back to it the following day. I just remember thinking, "This has got to be the last wave of enemies before the final boss... right???" about twelve times. (Joke was on me, there was no final boss in that game, only Marauder Shields and the Three Huskateers.) Anyway, I think it was between 4-6 hours, but that's a lot for me, considering I usually don't spend any more than two hours in front of my console at a time.
  13. I knew a girl in college who used to dip french fries into vanilla ice cream. She insisted the salty/sweet flavor combo was awesome, but personally, it's the texture that would turn me off. Maybe it depends on what type of french fry?
  14. And even if you can't get it back, she can still survive the suicide mission if you make the right choices. My memory could be wrong, so don't quote me on this, but as long as you don't pick her for any of the roles and just keep her in the background the whole time, she'll probably be OK.
  15. I can't find a clip of it right now, but Saren's little temper tantrum at the very beginning of Mass Effect 1 always held a special place in my heart. The subtitles are just the cherry on top of the sundae. "Grrrr! Arggh! Raaaagh!"
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