Unlikely to get there from Sheffield, but I'll be there in spirit (chiefly, whisky)
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I was 15 when I started listening to Ryan Davis on the hot spot. I'm 25 now. However bad any week in the past ten years has been I've always enjoyed at least 1 to 3 hours of it. Thanks Ryan and Rest In Peace.
I deleted my save and played through to the same point fairly speedily. An annoying and confusing bug though. Hope it doesn't happen again though cause I'm a little over halfway to seeing every ending for every character and losing a save now would...be sad.
Hey, so there I was playing, and enjoying, the cave. I just finished the time traveller section and got frustrated at the same part I'm sure everyone does and found a new cave painting. I looked at it, looked at some others I'd found and the tried to back out to the game again. The whole thing locked up and my only choice was to turn off the console (360). When I re-loaded the game everything was fine until I selected 'continue game'. Where an error message popped up that says "This disc is unreadable. 1. Clean the disc with a soft cloth 2. Restart the console"
Any ideas how I can apply a soft cloth to a metaphorical disc?
I restarted the console and it still has the error message, frustrating because I had done the puzzles for each of my 3 characters so assume I was near the end...
It was maddening. Completely maddening.
Luckily (almost) everyone is totally spot on.It was The Unholy War! The weird part is that that name doesn't ring a bell AT ALL.
Meaning I'd never have found it without your help, thanks duders :)
Whilst reminiscing about Team Buddies (awesome game) I got to thinking about another obscure PSOne 'classic' that I've completely forgotten the name of.
It featured an array of weird character and had at least two modes I remember. The mode I played the most was an arena based brawler where you'd pick your character (space raptor thing was one) and then have a real time battle in a fairly small arena with other characters.
The other mode wrapped up the brawling in a turn based strategy type of game that was played out on a hexagonal board. I 'think' that when you initiated combat it would put you in the arena brawling mode, but I may be wrong. I don't think it was based on any existing franchise.
Does anyone have any idea what this game was called?
"A pasty, sometimes known as a pastie or British pasty in the United States, is a filled pastry case, associated in particular with Cornwall in Great Britain. It is made by placing the uncooked filling on a flat pastry circle, and folding it to wrap the filling, crimping the edge at the side or top to form a seal. The result is a raised semicircular package."
I suppose Cornwall has the Cornish Pasty sure, but I wouldn't say we associate it with Cornwall in general. Anyway, pastry filled with meaty goodness! I mean, a raised semicircular package of meaty goodness!
Also it's like, 4.50 am here. I should probably go to sleep. I mean, I'm watching Ryan play Paperboy. I should probably be sleeping right.
Ok, so, a couple of things. They are generally associated with Cornwall, which you'd know if you paid attention to anything, ever. Also, they aren't always semicircular or full of meat unless they are in fact a Cornish Pasty. So your whole thesis is filled with logical fallacies, as you can now see, no need to thank me.
In fact, most of the time, pasties that aren't Cornish are rectangular in nature and filled with a range of different things. Cheese & Onion is popular due to the lack of meat making it very veggie friendly.
Finally, if you don't remember fruit winders then obviously you haven't ever been to McDonald's.