HarlechQuinn's forum posts

#1 Edited by HarlechQuinn (444 posts) -

This was my contribution to the "In Memorian" thread...

#3 Posted by HarlechQuinn (444 posts) -

I own an Ouya, but I am part of the 73 % who didn't purchase anything on it... In fact that thing has probably only run 10 minutes at all till today, and most of the time was me entering my WiFi password again and again and again, till the console decided to finally save this stuff...

Maybe when the outside temperatures sink to a bearable level I will check the "sideload" stuff out of curiosity, so in the meantime it's just some rounded cube sitting on my PC desk, but hey... at least it doesn't take much space...

#4 Posted by HarlechQuinn (444 posts) -

Really, really bad in "Autobahn Raser 2"...

#5 Edited by HarlechQuinn (444 posts) -

585 StreetPass Hits since 06/07/2013...

#6 Edited by HarlechQuinn (444 posts) -

Vampire Journals ( a Spinoff from the Subspecies series)

The Fearless Vampire Killers/Dance of the Vampires (more on the funny side)

Kindred: The Embraced (a TV series based on the P&P Vampire: The Masquerade)

Razor Blade Smile (a guilty pleasure directed by Jake West)

#7 Posted by HarlechQuinn (444 posts) -

So far...

Arms: Bub & Bob (Bubble Bobble), Dig Dug & Fygar (Dig Dug), Tetris blocks, Alice & Cheshire Cat (American McGee's Alice), Little Sister (Bioshock), Amaterasu (Okami), Space Invaders, Le Chuck (Monkey Island), Bomber (Final Fantasy), King of Shadows (NWN 2), Tribal Wolf (Twilight Princess), Bomberman.

Legs: Archon (Boxart), Marvellous Chester (Dark Souls)

#8 Posted by HarlechQuinn (444 posts) -

...Just me, a saturday, a sheet of paper, a pencil, a rubber, a fineliner and a dozing cat. RIP Ryan Davis!

#9 Posted by HarlechQuinn (444 posts) -

I did it just for this reason... Plus my growing collection of free PS+ Vita games was a nice incentive as well, but mainly I bought the Vita just for P4G (although finished it on the PS2 as well).

#10 Posted by HarlechQuinn (444 posts) -

Watch it. It's one of my all-time favourite movies and made me the Bill Murray fanboy I am today ;)

And afterwards watch it again with the audio commentary from Harold Ramis...