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Everything posted by killamch89

  1. I tried it out and now I can see why it was so cheap. It's really good in the beginning but as you go further, you start to run into lots of bugs and unfinished content. The gameplay itself is fun but the game is...unfinished to say the least.
  2. Same here - I played it a few weeks back and I absolutely loved it. One of my gaming friends asked if I had heard of this game and I should get it so that we could play together and I have to say that it's as good as Team Fortress 2 in the early 2010s - not modern TF2.
  3. I haven't check it out as yet but I'm liking the vibe of this game. It kind of reminds me of Jak and Daxter for some reason - I'll definitely be keeping my eye on this one as it looks like a game with promise.
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    It looks like an interesting game for sure. I do like the art style as well - I don't know if I'd every buy it. Doesn't really appeal to me but I know someone who loves playing puzzle games like this so I'll bring it to his attention.
  5. It's a lot of fun to play with two or more people. It was me and three of my gaming friends that were playing it the last time.
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    When did you start watching Haikyuu and who's your favorite character? Personally, mine is Kenma because of how nonchalant he's about most things happening.
  7. Played some modded Skyrim earlier today. I think I came up with a brand new Samurai build that's insane.
  8. I 100% agree with everything you said. There were even stories of men fainting with their female partners at the sight of Michael Jackson - I don't remember other artist from any era having that kind of ability.
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  15. If an alien species visited Earth, would they conclude we are intelligent because of our ability to build large cities, fly airplanes, develop nuclear weapons, use mobile devices, and more? What factors might influence their perception of our intelligence? Would they look at our technology alone, or would other aspects of our behavior and society play a role?
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  18. I've always heard the saying "knowledge is power," but I'm curious about how true this really is. In what ways has knowledge empowered you personally or professionally? Do you think there are situations where knowledge isn't enough or where it can even be a disadvantage?
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