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#1 Posted by elservo (35 posts) -

Very sad to hear that. I'm one of the people that doesn't appreciate the things I see in games nearly enough, but there was always something about Fallout and Elder Scrolls games that made me feel like I was inhabiting a place of flesh and blood. Rest in peace, sir.

#2 Posted by elservo (35 posts) -

Wow, great article! Thanks so much for giving us some insight on what it's like to have Aspergers. I'm glad that games are doing something to level the playing field a bit. Also, for "Jake," let me say that not having Aspergers doesn't make social interaction much easier! Keep getting yourself out there.

#3 Posted by elservo (35 posts) -

It's as if no one is reading anything beyond the first post.  

#4 Posted by elservo (35 posts) -

I found that more activity was more helpful, physical stuff, usually, but video games were fun to wrap my head around whenever I really felt like playing them.  Most of my gaming is just through watching Quick Looks.  I'm sure I'm not the only one that gets their gaming fix by proxy.  

#5 Posted by elservo (35 posts) -

Posting here to give hope to those that think life isn't worth living just because someone doesn't want to live with you anymore!  Back in the swing of things, and I have a gorgeous new friend that has been spending lots of time with me.   
 
Been playing lots of Mass Effect 2 lately.  Absolutely awesome.  Otherwise, haven't been spending a lot of time on the console for one reason or another.  Been trying to throw myself into work and busy stuff.  It helps to keep moving.  A rolling stone gathers no moss, they say! 
 
Also, watched the "How to Build a Bomb" videos this morning.  Those are awesome, if you haven't seen them yet.  They're the first videos in the "features" section.  Pretty cool to see the birth of the site.  It's really neat to see good ideas actually come to fruition.  

#6 Posted by elservo (35 posts) -

5 bucks was a bit steep for two NES games, though they were sweet old games with a bit of kitsch value.  R.C. Pro-Am is still an awesome game, and I think Friday the 13th will get more popular as years roll by.  Sometimes terrible things get better with age.  

#7 Posted by elservo (35 posts) -

Loved Fifa 11.  Took Chivas pretty far before getting sidetracked, ended up trading it in for NBA 2K11, which I also played to death. 

#8 Posted by elservo (35 posts) -

I'm just trying to get some extra money up, and selling one of my consoles will help me do that.  That's all.  It's not some anti-PS3 trollol I'm trying to pull off here.  Trust me there. 

#9 Posted by elservo (35 posts) -

Tempted to drag the 360 to the office today so I can keep practicing NHL 11.  I feel I am addicted to that little slice of Canadian Bacon.  
 
Nearly done with Limbo, just trying to figure out the timing on a giant magnet and then moving on.  The puzzles went from really easy to UNBELIEVABLY DIFFICULT pretty quickly.  It totally had me feeling smart at the start, and it has now made me feel pants-crappingly stupid.  Thanks, Limbo jerks!

#10 Posted by elservo (35 posts) -

NHL 11.  Pretty stuck on Limbo at the moment.  I'm in the spot where you press a button and start walking on the ceiling and a box comes with you.  I'm just not sure how to get to the next spot.  

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