Nick's forum posts

#1 Edited by Nick (711 posts) -

If you're interviewing for a specific position like a java programmer or something, studying a bit won't hurt.

Also this is good advice:

@afabs515 said:

They don't expect you to know everything; they're looking for how you think.

#2 Edited by Nick (711 posts) -

one every 3 months would be fine

#3 Edited by Nick (711 posts) -

I grew up playing Sierra games, which were seriously unforgiving and didn't tell you how to do ANYTHING. You should play Space Quest 1, forget to insert the astral cartridge into the computer in the room with the aliens near the beginning of the game and then make it to the very end and not have the code to self destruct the star generator. That sucked, lol.

#4 Posted by Nick (711 posts) -

Haha, I never thought about going back and looking at the old garbage I posted on the internet before. I managed to log into my old gamefaqs account that i apparently created over 12 years ago, it says I have 0 active posts though and I have no idea which boards I would have been posting on when I registered the account. Any other message boards I would have been posting on around that time are probably gone now.

#5 Posted by Nick (711 posts) -

I saw this on twitter, hilarious.

#6 Edited by Nick (711 posts) -

I like the bombcast right now, it's good stuff. I look forward to it every week.

edit: I think Brad is a little better at choosing emails, he keeps it a good mix of silly and relevant.

#7 Edited by Nick (711 posts) -

If you want to keep it simple you could follow Drew's advice, watch the first two episodes of season 1, then skip to season 2 and keep going. I did that a few years ago and enjoyed it.

#8 Posted by Nick (711 posts) -

You get more exp on higher difficulties but monsters take longer to kill.

#9 Posted by Nick (711 posts) -

I've been doing it for years, works great.

#10 Posted by Nick (711 posts) -

@encephalon said:

I cannot overstate how much I like the idea of a road trip Final Fantasy.

Couldn't agree more. It brings back the exploration of the world in a big way - or so I hope, anyways.

I watched another video that was basically 15 minutes of those 4 guys driving and walking around. Looked kind of cool, I liked the road trip idea too.

I haven't really enjoyed the final fantasy series that much, I played through VI about 10-15 years ago. I tried VII and XIII and didn't enjoy them. Hopefully this turns out well! Also I like that you have to sleep to level up, reminds me of Morrowind/Oblivion lol.