Most used games I get at this point are old xbox games (only old console I still have) that I never got around to--I get random urges to go check out some of that stuff I never got around to initially.
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@laivasse: Ian McKellen isn't a method actor--he's theater trained. Method acting refers to those who refuse to "break" character when the director calls "Cut." Daniel Day Lewis does count, not because McKellen is less skilled (when I first saw him in Apt Pupil, I assumed he was a crusty, old German dude--how little I knew) but because Lewis is the type of actor who lives the way his character lives--if I remember correctly he spent the entire shoot of Last of the Mohicans (sic) living in a teepee he'd built himself.
At the end of the day, method is just a tool actors can use. Ultimately, if you can tell if an actor is method or not by his performance, his performance probably isn't very good.
Eternal Darkness is the oldest one currently coming to mind. I did get a hold of a copy a couple months ago, so there's actually a chance it will happen.
DS9 is my favorite--I favor writing with a focus on characters, and DS9 had the best ones. Loved TNG and ToS. Voyager was good, but it was during its run that I got a bit exhausted of all things Trek (school started becoming a bigger focus at that time). Never watched Enterprise, so I don't have an opinion on it--other than the basic idea behind it could be cool, if done well.
I'm beginning to play a lot more PS3 games and plan on moving towards a PC, but at the moment mostly 360. I have had more friends with a 360 than a PS3. Also, I hate the system uses to download games/other stuff from the store and the update system for the console itself. PS Plus has made a lot of that stuff easier, but my hate for those things kept my PS3 a just-Blu-Ray-player for a while.
i totally forgot i started that thread back in the day. thanks for the trip down memory lane. oh boy, was i ever a douche.
If you were Jayzilla909, I might believe you.