ArbitraryWater's forum posts

#1 Posted by ArbitraryWater (12967 posts) -

@dudeglove:Thanks for that.

It's weird to think that there are still people doing the "Violence in media causes violence in real life" thing, but everything I've read from this guy suggests that linking to anything he writes just gives him the attention he so clearly craves.

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#2 Posted by ArbitraryWater (12967 posts) -

I'm on mobile, so I can't link to my list on this site devoted to everything I've backed, but everything I've put money towards has either come out or seems on track to come out. Not all of them have been winners, but I'm pretty ok with my track record thus far.

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#3 Posted by ArbitraryWater (12967 posts) -

For some reason I'm imagining Harry Potter crouched on a gargoyle while a bunch of Slytherins below yell "We're going to find you POTTER". And then you jump down and cast stupefy.

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#4 Posted by ArbitraryWater (12967 posts) -

@yummylee: Only RE2 made it to the N64 (no RE3), and I can confirm that you could change the blood color in that version too. The N64 version of RE2 is really interesting/weird.

This footage is pretty neat, even if it doesn't show us anything that wasn't known already (seems like RE0 stayed mostly the same in the transition from N64 to GameCube). And boy does that HD upgrade look nice! Too bad it's still the same game I played like 7 months ago and was underwhelmed by!

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#5 Edited by ArbitraryWater (12967 posts) -

Not loving that haircut of his, but he looks pretty fun to play! Lots of fire kicks.

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#6 Posted by ArbitraryWater (12967 posts) -

I'd suggest you embrace the darkness and just roll with how insane this game is, but it's way funnier if you react to this like the madness it is.

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#7 Posted by ArbitraryWater (12967 posts) -

You should've stopped while you were ahead! Nothing but darkness awaits!

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#8 Edited by ArbitraryWater (12967 posts) -

I should read more books. I'm sort of jaded when it comes to a lot of fantasy and sci-fi literature (because a lot of it is bad), but I'm also sure something in my dad's kindle library would be worth taking a look at. Just gotta spend less time playing those dang vidjagaems (like The Witcher 3, oddly enough).

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#9 Posted by ArbitraryWater (12967 posts) -

Austin, I find your awards significantly more interesting and meaningful and way less weird and anachronistic than those other awards.

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#10 Posted by ArbitraryWater (12967 posts) -

I've played all the "real" games in some capacity plus the disastrous train wreck that is The Bureau.

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