Bigvic785's forum posts

#1 Posted by Bigvic785 (120 posts) -
@CL60 said:
" I've lost all faith in humanity if somebody can't finish GTAIV because it's to hard. 
This.
 
GTAIV is one of the easiest game released. Its driving autoaiming and cover system. You can free roam too so if your low on health just get to a burger shot or hot dog stand. You deserve to start over if you die in GTA IV. The game was made easy so you could enjoy the story and immerse yourself in the characters. Who are you, Brad?
#2 Edited by Bigvic785 (120 posts) -

 
Wouldn't be a thread about games unless someone brings up Killer Instinct. He owns Cinder BTW
#3 Posted by Bigvic785 (120 posts) -

After many ultra balls in Pokemon; you finally catch that paralized or sleeping Legendary. You see that Pokeball just stop moving and know its finished.

#4 Posted by Bigvic785 (120 posts) -
@Mordukai: Yes I plan on some hyper inflation; are we talking American Dollars or would you like to give me money in a different currency.
#5 Posted by Bigvic785 (120 posts) -

Five bucks says this thread gets bumped in five months

#6 Posted by Bigvic785 (120 posts) -

Giantbomb- Killer Instinct Rap Giantbombcast If anyone can find it please give a link

#7 Posted by Bigvic785 (120 posts) -
@LiquidPrince: I try not like that first post
 
When you can think of anything funny; make fun of yourself, Self-deprecating humor
#8 Posted by Bigvic785 (120 posts) -
@LiquidPrince: Yea i know my creative juices were really working. Really original...
#9 Posted by Bigvic785 (120 posts) -
@CoolDrMoney: Living the lavish lifestyle makes you do some crazy things. He chose to do coke, and he paid for it. Doesn't tarnish his legacy as Infomercial king and overall good man. Drugs don't turn you into a bad person , but Cocaine is one hell of a drug
 
 
#10 Posted by Bigvic785 (120 posts) -
@c1337us: Billy Mays in a way represents the American dream. He was a college drop out and every man. He was aware of himself, and overall was a family man and cool guy. He kicked back beers, and even made fun of himself with the ESPN commericials. He showed with a voice; you could sell anything.