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#1 Posted by ozzdog12 (865 posts) -

Two words.

Sweet Dee

#2 Posted by ozzdog12 (865 posts) -

I've always loved Punk, since I saw him at RoH show waaaaay back. Then followed him specifically until the Rumble. My interest in wrestling has been up and down for the better part of the last 15 years, but I always kept up with Punk week in and week out and I literally stopped watching wrestling after WM this year, simply because I knew Punk wasn't coming back. Every know and again, my buddy has dragged me into watching a few PPVs here and there, MITB specifically was the last PPV I watched start to finish. I've always held on to this hope that Punk would come back even though I knew in my heart, it wasn't going to happen. Punk is a rare breed, because he says what everyone is too afraid to say and I've connected with his way of thinking in my life, as some 'pipebombs'/ interview etc have literally mirrored situations I've been in in my(former) workplace. Punk has no reason to lie about anything he said. Almost everything he said has been documented before by him and other people.

Much love and respect for Punk and I look forward to reading Thor Annual in 2015.

#3 Edited by ozzdog12 (865 posts) -

Finally going to read Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

For anybody not familiar, here's Amazon's synopsis:

"In the year 2044, reality is an ugly place. The only time teenage Wade Watts really feels alive is when he's jacked into the virtual utopia known as the OASIS. Wade's devoted his life to studying the puzzles hidden within this world's digital confines—puzzles that are based on their creator's obsession with the pop culture of decades past and that promise massive power and fortune to whoever can unlock them.

But when Wade stumbles upon the first clue, he finds himself beset by players willing to kill to take this ultimate prize. The race is on, and if Wade's going to survive, he'll have to win—and confront the real world he's always been so desperate to escape."

#4 Edited by ozzdog12 (865 posts) -

I'm sure some of you have read this but for those of you haven't...( not saying its true, but it all makes sense)


#5 Posted by ozzdog12 (865 posts) -

United States(home), St.Thomas, St. John, Aruba, Canada.

Looking to get to Western European countries and Australia/NZ soon

#6 Posted by ozzdog12 (865 posts) -

@etpc said:

~*reviews are subjective not objective*~

This, but my 2 cents: I like the game, I don't love it.(I've got a lvl 19 Titan) I generally focus my game playing time to more story-focused games. In all honesty, Destiny's story is sub-par, it barely exists and that's ok. There is just enough there to keep most people interested. Most of the missions are VERY Rinse, Repeat..badly. The biggest complaint I've heard, which I think is very much a problem, is the lack of a real matchmaking and a completely unbalanced multiplayer. I cant access the "best equipment" because its tied to the Crucible. Its not that I'm terrible at it either, Its a shooter and at its core, its the same as every shooter with its basic concept. I actually finished first on my team in my first two games( I played about 15 games last night) and the more I played, the worst "I" started to do. I was in there with lvl 25-28 people and their abilities were just too OP for me. There was NOTHING I could do. THATS A PROBLEM. It not fun to play something when I cant even compete.

Another little problem I have is that, the game does an absolutely terrible job at fully explaining everything.

#7 Posted by ozzdog12 (865 posts) -

I mean I liked Watch Dogs(after the first act) I took me a while to really get into it, but once I did, I couldn't put it down. I've heard Killzone is decent, but its probably more multiplayer focused. Also, Tomb Raider: DE. I played it on PS3 and loved so I can only imagine its just as good on PS4.

As for future releases, AC: Unity, Shadows of Mordor, Far Cry 4.

2015 will be crowded

#8 Posted by ozzdog12 (865 posts) -

95. Played only about 20.........

#9 Edited by ozzdog12 (865 posts) -

Okay so I tried to log on to Steam last night and it gave me a message saying Steam wasnt able to connect and it gave me the option to "go offline". I thought my password was wrong, but it wasnt, as I just connected to Steam on through the browser and it works fine. The client doesn't work for some odd reason(It worked fine on Thursday). I've tried various "solutions" and ultimately uninstalled and re-installed Steam. Now I get this message. Here's the issue. I AM ONLINE!! I've reset my router and I'm even at a friends house, same message.


#10 Posted by ozzdog12 (865 posts) -