Yeah, that's sad. It's only 'cause these stupid fucking kids want to act cool in front of their friends, when later on they'll notice it wasn't cool at all in the first place. I think they should be sent to jail and clean the toilets with their tongues; they can lick the butt-sweat and shit off the seat. :D
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I live in Washington and I only know a few people that have AC. I am not one of them.
Yeah, I hear here on the west coast it's not common to have an AC, luckily here in WA I have one.
Maybe F.E.A.R. But I'd probably still play it, because that game's always good. I was playing it on hard (or whatever the hardest difficulty is), and it was somewhat intense, and at the same time, my mom screamed because someone was trying to break into our house.
I forgot to say how happy I am to see Splinter Cell Blacklist and Dead Space 3 were snubbed.
Nope, a bad film is a bad film, I don't watch bad films because they're funny, and if I do laugh, it's because it's painfully bad, in which I'll then just not want to watch it. So none. Also, Mortal Kombat is fucking terrible! Stop letting nostalgia speak for you, it's not good. I loved that film when I was a naive kid, but the last time I saw it, which was last year I believe, it was just so bad.
I think it depends on what age you are. For instance, I'm 21, to go out with someone ten years, or even five years younger is pretty much a no no (certainly ten years younger), but if I was 30, and wanted to go out with someone five years younger, that'd be OK, and if I was 50, going out with someone ten years younger would be OK then too. I think it depends on how old the younger person is. I think it's wrong to be old and attracted to a person that's still attending school before college. I guess it has to do with adulthood. If someone is old enough to be their parent, then it's most likely wrong, unless one was 100, and the other was around 70. Like I said, it all depends. Also, this thread should be locked.
@MightyDuck: Actually, that's one of the things that turned me off from it since I didn't realize how far they took that into the game. I mean, not necessarily the whole Isaac Clarke killing necromorphs, but just how depressing it is to see everyone on the ship dead; either limbs cut off and floating in zero-g, or on the ground in a hallway, and the way that they're mutilated on the walls, I guess at first it kind of overwhelmed me, I just found it somewhat dreadful, when now and after I beat it, I didn't even think of it that way. Or I just became desensitized very quickly from it, although I've played many other violent games before it, it's weird, but I just remember that that was one of my main problems with it.
That was 08 and my views on certain things were slightly different I guess for a little while. If anything, that helped the atmosphere. So yeah, if you give it a chance, I hope you realize the greatness in the game just as I did. Oh, and don't really listen to those that say it's a shooter, 'cause if you play it as a shooter, I don't think you'll have as much fun. I mean, don't play it like a run 'n gun; take your time to walk through the environments, and don't run quite as much, unless there's a reason you need to run away.
Whoops, I guess I should have put a "I haven't played either of them" or what have you. I've only played Gears of War 3, and I was just wondering how Uncharted 3's campaign compares to it. I want Uncharted 3, but I don't know.