NTM's forum posts

#1 Posted by NTM (7263 posts) -


#2 Posted by NTM (7263 posts) -

I think you should buy Dead Space 2 now if you haven't yet, rather than later. :D Ha ha.

#3 Posted by NTM (7263 posts) -

Yes, and the last Assassin's Creed game won't be for the next gen consoles, it'll be on the generation of consoles after this next gen.

#4 Posted by NTM (7263 posts) -

Remedy is a great company, and so far, hasn't made any bad games in my opinion, and not to say Rockstar is better, but I will say that if you have a franchise not being made by the original company, Rockstar isn't a bad choice to take a hold of it.

#5 Posted by NTM (7263 posts) -

I played GTA4, and Red Dead on PS3, and I love it that way, but I think I'll have to go with 360 on this one. I guess it's mainly because I played the first two Max Payne games on the Xbox and PC, but never PS2.

#6 Posted by NTM (7263 posts) -

@SSully: So you think because I don't want to argue one way or the other, the topic is pointless? I made the thread, I'm not one that needs to argue with others about it, I just brought it up, and if someone else wants to discuss it too then so be it. People can think about it whatever way they want to or they could just not think about it at all. I can ask whatever I want, and if it starts a discussion, then that's good. I said be more open minded because I don't think you should just say no so easily, that's like a devout Christian denying everything but what the bible says.

Do you think everyone that asks a question needs a motive? It's not only me that should make it interesting, and I don't think it has to be me, or anyone else that makes a thread, to initiate it. I could have just not commented at all, and someone could have started it up. If you don’t like my thread, then I’m sorry, but I see no problem with it. I didn’t attempt to do anything wrong, and I don’t see anything wrong with it. I'm done talking about it now though, so if you and others dislike it, then that's fine. It's not something that's really on my mind anymore.

#7 Posted by NTM (7263 posts) -

@haffy: I wasn't trying to have people prove me wrong, nor was I ever trying to argue about what's what. I never said anyone was wrong. I just said some things could be possible, or it may not be, and it's up to you do decide whether you want to think about it or not. Maybe to you, it's not worth thinking about, because to you, you don't see the point, and that's fine. I don't however; think it's pointless to ask this question.

And about religion, since you pointed that out, it's like me asking "do you believe a god exists?" Do you feel that is a pointless topic as well? I don't, though I wouldn't ask it. If my question is pointless, then so are most things like it. Like I said, I didn't make this poll to argue who's right or who's wrong, that's what would be pointless.

#8 Posted by NTM (7263 posts) -

@SSully: But I wasn't asking if anyone could actually answer it, I was asking if anyone thinks there could be. I didn't say, show me proof that it is possible or not. It's all hypothetical. Also, I don't think just because you're the smartest scientist in the world, or even educated in it, you can say it is or not. I think this is being somewhat blown out of proportion. I asked a simple question, and maybe I sounded ignorant to others because I questioned their reasoning, but I wasn't saying anyone was wrong. I don't have a problem with people saying no, I just hope people keep thinking about stuff like it and aren't closed minded because of our limited knowledge. It's like if I went back in time and asked someone if the world was possibly round, then they gave me all these reasons as to why it probably isn't. Maybe they shouldn't think about it on a day to day basis, and maybe not the exact thing I asked about, but just space in general.

#9 Posted by NTM (7263 posts) -

@bybeach: Make up a new term and get a million dollars.

#10 Posted by NTM (7263 posts) -

@MikkaQ: I don't think so. I don't think it'll ever be pointless to ponder such a thing. I mean, of course it's not a thing I think about often when I think about space, but still.