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#1 Posted by MythDarK (536 posts) -

@ImperiousRix said:

I really wanna get into this MOBA craze, but I don't think I have a good enough computer to run one. I should download League of Legends and give it a try.

If you can run Warcraft 3 you could always try DotA.

#2 Posted by MythDarK (536 posts) -

Seriously though, what need to be added to the story? Does this game really need a sequel? I think it's brilliant as it is on it's own.

A new game from the same team, with the same story writer, now that's something I would support.

#3 Posted by MythDarK (536 posts) -

@OllyOxenFree said:

@RE_Player92 said:

Do users on GB actually use this site?

No.

Yes

#4 Posted by MythDarK (536 posts) -
@BDKMat said:
It's actually kind of understandable. They didn't want to figure out a way to put something in the store that some people could see but others couldn't based on nebulous criteria, so they just added the appropriate titles to every account that existed within the Ambassador period; what Patrick's pictures don't show is that you're "redownloading" games the system says you've already purchased. Essentially, as far as the store is concerned, they don't need to sell these items because everyone (who is entitled to them) has already bought them. It's just up to you to put them on your 3DS. They certainly could have advertised it better, or they could have had them all stacked together in one download. Or if they're going to issue updates for them later anyway, they could have had downloadable "vouchers" that were available for free in the store within the Ambassador period then pulled out when the period ended, which could then be updated into full games when they were (more or less) ready for release on September 1st.
You sir just read my mind.
#5 Posted by MythDarK (536 posts) -

They added the games to the download history for those who created a friend code before August 12. Not so hard to understand.

#6 Posted by MythDarK (536 posts) -

Have they asked the gamers what THEY want?

#7 Edited by MythDarK (536 posts) -

This is what I've got so far:
 
A mental trip twelve years back in time.
I think the biggest impact was when a good friend of mine one day, as if from nowhere , said he no longer wanted to hang out with me . He thought it was tedious to have to spend time with someone who for years has been subjected to bullying by older students at the school . And when it was also time for us to be upgraded to high school was it apparently even more relevant to actually get the relationship we had on a wider distance, even if we were studying in the same class those next four years.
 
After this event, I can now see a slow but sure fall in my social skills. I had more difficult to dare to make contact with new acquaintances , even though we seemed to have much in common. Daring to trust new people suddenly became much more difficult . Something I had not experienced before, at all. I used to be a very open person who cared about everyone in his presence, who always gave the new people more chances to make their first impression.
 
It affected not only relations with new friends, but also how to handle strong emotions such as love.
Daring to show that I liked another girl a lot had not been a huge problem before. Sure, I was not always straightforward, but I dared to always give subtle clues that I was really interested in that person.
But it also went down, in a much higher rate than you might think.
 
What really made ​​the most painful about the love in my early teens was when a girl I was interested in for a longer period of time found out that I was in love with her. She began to also give me subtle signals back.
One day she began to send little notes in class, and put finely written letters in my locker.
I answered of course  her messages, in the belief that everything that was written staid between her and me.
As you may have already figured out by now is that  she shared the details with others. Too many other people. In the end, everybody knew what was going on, and what had been written by her was more or less just a very entertaining game with my emotions at stake. Nevertheless, she was rather kind to me afterwards, but her way of humiliating me in front of large parts of my classmates took a hard beat on my heart, and even more so on my mind.
 
When it was time to start high school, my social skills hade fallen so close to the bottom I've ever been. I was very difficult to deal with , and it was clear how people didn't really know how they should behave around me. Nevertheless, I was given  a lot of new opportunities from some individuals who seemed to have some interst in getting to know me better. It took over a year, almost two years before I felt reasonably comfortable with my newfound friends.
I'm still amazed at how these amazing people even could deal with me, how they actually held out for me to improve myself.
Just the fact that when I almost dropped out of school during the last semester, they I asked me to at least participate in the exam events.
 
I'm still after all these years very greatful to all of those of stood up for me back then. Without them my life could have ended or at least been a lot worse than it is as of today.
 
Thanks!

#8 Posted by MythDarK (536 posts) -
@Dany said:

Why fear the inevitable?

#9 Posted by MythDarK (536 posts) -

Okay, I'm addicted to this game now. Also, I would love to get my hands on the soundtrack. =D

#10 Posted by MythDarK (536 posts) -

Mega Man Forever