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  1. On 7/11/2024 at 3:47 AM, Lens said:

    Gunhead looks like a total game changer. I so much love the idea of exploring a new level in each game every time I play as it keeps things fresh and exciting as well.

     

    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. On 7/11/2024 at 6:07 AM, Lens said:

    For me, Roboquest is a total blast. It’ll be more entertaining and even more chaotic when playing with friends. Also, the cell-shaded graphics gives it a niice touch and it also look so unique as well. 

     

    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. 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.

  4. On 7/13/2024 at 2:26 AM, Cpvr said:

    I haven’t played it yet, but it does look a lot of fun. Ima give it a go soon!

    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.

  5. On 7/10/2024 at 7:45 AM, Lens said:

    Anime can be used as escape from reality. I'm currently watching 'Haikyuu!' and it's very hilarious and inspiring at the same time. 

    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.

  6. On 7/12/2024 at 6:52 PM, The Blackangel said:

    There was nothing MJ couldn't do. I watched a documentary on him one time, and it showed women having to be taken out on stretchers just because they actually saw him with their bare eyes. One girl was clutching her Thriller album in her arms and could only say "Michael" all the way to the hospital. I don't think there's any superstar, whether they're an actor, musician, athlete, or anything else that has ever had that kind of effect on a person. It's also been well documented long before he died, that if he ever ended up in a pinch and needed cash, all he had to do was release another album. And with his talent, he could do that in his sleep. The closest any musician ever could have come was back in the 50's with either Elvis or the Beatles. But if you compare them side by side, there is no comparison. Michael Jackson is so far above them that comparing them is a waste of time.

    You can disagree on who you would prefer to bring back, but you can not manipulate facts to try to make them fit your opinions. Michael Jackson was probably the greatest musical performer we will ever see. I still would want to bring Chester Bennington back, but that doesn't negate the facts in relation to Michael Jackson.

    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.

  7. Are you someone who thrives in pristine, organized spaces, or do you embrace the chaos of a little clutter? Share your thoughts on what being clean or messy means to you. How does your environment affect your mood and productivity? Share what makes you a clean or messy person.

  8. Do you struggle with losing gracefully? Whether it's a game, a competition, or even in daily life, how do you handle defeat? Share your experiences and insights on how to improve sportsmanship and resilience when things don't go your way.

  9. Have you ever picked up a bow and arrow? Whether you're a seasoned archer or just tried it once for fun, I'd love to hear your stories and tips! What got you interested in archery, and what's your favorite thing about it? Any memorable moments or advice for beginners?

  10. I've been thinking a lot about the connection between money and happiness. Some people say money can't buy happiness, while others believe financial stability is key to a fulfilling life. What are your thoughts? Have you noticed a difference in your happiness when your financial situation changes?

  11. In a diverse and secular society, the intersection of religion and politics often sparks intense debate. Some argue that religious values provide a moral compass for governance, while others believe that religion should be kept separate to ensure unbiased and inclusive policy-making. What are your thoughts on the influence of religion in political decisions? Should it be encouraged, limited, or completely excluded?

  12. 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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