Ducksworth's forum posts

#1 Posted by Ducksworth (659 posts) -

@themanwithnoplan said:

Yep. Look at the front page duder.

Ah, there it is >_<

I blame it on the information overload.

#2 Posted by Ducksworth (659 posts) -

Is there going to be a stream of the Nintendo stream?

#3 Edited by Ducksworth (659 posts) -

At the moment, there are no games that support multiple Wii U tablet controllers. Using a tablet controller is optional for both single-player and multi-player but you do miss out on a handful of levels in single-player. You can choose to use Wii Remotes + Nunchuck, Wii U Pro Controller or the Wii Classic Controller Pro.

Edit:

y u bump dis?

#4 Posted by Ducksworth (659 posts) -

SO powerful.

#5 Edited by Ducksworth (659 posts) -

I think the deal was only in the west since the only people I've seen grab that deal are from B.C. and I didn't see it happening in Ontario. I hope it didn't happen in Ontario since I bought a Wii U from Futureshop at $299 + free $50 gift card.

#6 Edited by Ducksworth (659 posts) -

Best PS1 numbered Final Fantasy. I'd tell all you IX lovers to suck it but we'll all be dead by the time the ATB gauge is done filling.

#7 Edited by Ducksworth (659 posts) -

A rat. Those things are damn massive and were yellow because of the formaldehyde filled jar we had to remove them from. I almost want to say that one person was freaking out because his rat was pregnant. Not a dissection but once I got to university a friend of mine in the biology department grabbed his access card and took me to some restricted cadaver section. Lots of fun stuff there.

#8 Edited by Ducksworth (659 posts) -

I've bought some multiple copies in the sense that I own Resident Evil 4 on the Gamecube and then I bought it again on my PS3 or other such examples. It's pretty uncommon, but I have bought multiples of a single game before. Specifically, I bought two copies of Sin & Punishment (Wii) because they were only $5 each and I own two copies of Odama because they were $0.99 each.

#9 Edited by Ducksworth (659 posts) -

@cale said:

@ducksworth said:

I'm not really sure, I've never had to use the word bomb in my language before and it's never come up in a discussion in the language itself. Since I am a Muslim from a predominantly Muslim country, this would be a great opportunity to make an offensive joke though.

Truthfact, I don't buy/wear anything from the GB store because it either says the word "GiantBomb" or depicts a bomb, even if people aren't making the association I subconsciously feel like when they see me they are or will. My only other option is the Hot-dog Patrick tee, and I don't want people to think I'm a weiner.

Well, news organizations must surely have used the word bomb, no? Are you really saying your language doesn't have a word for bomb, or is it just more along the lines of 'explosive'?

Oh, I'm sure there is a word for "bomb" and if not I know for sure that there is a word for explosive but whenever there is news of a bombing or whatever it's usually on our local English news station (we've lived in North America for something like 20 years now). My parents only read the foreign newspapers online so I can't pick it up from there either.

#10 Posted by Ducksworth (659 posts) -

I'm not really sure, I've never had to use the word bomb in my language before and it's never come up in a discussion in the language itself. Since I am a Muslim from a predominantly Muslim country, this would be a great opportunity to make an offensive joke though.

Truthfact, I don't buy/wear anything from the GB store because it either says the word "GiantBomb" or depicts a bomb, even if people aren't making the association I subconsciously feel like when they see me they are or will. My only other option is the Hot-dog Patrick tee, and I don't want people to think I'm a weiner.