As far as i know its been a little while since Humble Bundle had the old "pay what you want" scheme, certainly the last few i've seen have all had much larger price tags attached. Though, i hardly see it as a big deal, at the end of the day it is still a sale and 25 dollars for basically all the total war games except Rome II seems like a steal.
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@arabes: Uhm, you do know that big Island, the one with England, Wales AND Scotland is called Great Britain right? And that there is no region just called "Britain" that excludes Scotland. So if you want to be overly technical, anyone from England Scotland or Wales can call themselves "British" if they so choose. Also I think you should know that the official demonym for people from the United Kingdom (i.e. not only England Scotland and Wales, but Northern Ireland too) is British. I suggest you think very carefully before posting a big long rant full of nonsense.
I voted funny. Your material is pretty good which is the most important part, but your presentation needs quite a bit of work. Keep at it and I think with more confidence the performance side of things will improve.
A nice hardcover Gray's Anatomy
That sounds like a good choice to me.
Pretty much any hard core western RPG (not action-rpgs) or strategy game on PC will be just fine with one hand. Though hot keys and action bars make these games more manageable, the UI is usually designed in such a way that you need nothing but a mouse to work through it.
Not to be a terrible person and resurrect this thread, but can anyone identify the the piano piece playing in the background? Also what a great video and it was awesome seeing it at the start of the PAX panel.
Toronto, Canada. It's basically the quintessential North American city, you can pretty much do or see anything here barring exposure to nature (although the Don Valley forms a nice line of greenery down the centre of town) and anything of historical relevance. It is not the most unique city, or the prettiest, but if you're in Toronto and don't have anything to do, that is a short coming on your part, not the city's. I would say it's a nice place to live, but property prices are ungodly high for anything half decent which makes it a city well situated for the wealthy but difficult for everyone else.
I would love to be biologically immortal. Some form of disease or event will still likely kill you, but if ones body remained in its prime one could easily see several centuries. I don't think I would support the deaths of millions to sustain only a few this way, but I would still be fine with pretty far extremes to see such a reality come into being.