raidingkvatch's forum posts

#1 Posted by raidingkvatch (1155 posts) -

Yea I think they thought it sounded cool.

They also wanted to make sure it was a name without the word "game" in it.

I definitely remember not having "game" in the name was a really important criteria, other than that I think it was just something they thought sounded cool and would be memorable.

#2 Posted by raidingkvatch (1155 posts) -

I'm always shocked to find out that there are people that don't view the black site. I find it perplexing.

#3 Edited by raidingkvatch (1155 posts) -

I only have the one. My friend who runs a fishing and hunting shop gave it to me a few years ago. I used to carry it with me everywhere, but UK knife laws are pretty strict and I start to worry about getting arrested if I was caught carrying it.

#4 Posted by raidingkvatch (1155 posts) -

Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK

#5 Posted by raidingkvatch (1155 posts) -

These are awesome dude!

#6 Posted by raidingkvatch (1155 posts) -

I decided to make an average of the guys' personal games of the year and see how well that list matched up to the actual top 10 which was:

1. The Last of Us 2. The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, 3. BioShock Infinite, 4. Gone Home, 5.Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, 6. Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, 7. Dota 2, 8. Divekick, 9. Papers, Please, 10. Rogue Legacy

Giant Bomb's Mathematically Accurate Game of the Year

1. The Last of Us
45 points
2. Gone Home
33 points
3. BioShock Infinite
32 points
4. The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
30 points
5. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
28 points
6. Saints Row IV
20 points
7. Super Mario 3D World
17 points
8. Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag
16 points
9. Papers, Please
15 points (I should probably give this another half point since Alex had two games at number 10, but I decided to give the point to Tearaway, since he stated that Papers, Please almost didn't make it).
10. Rogue Legacy
13 Points

#7 Edited by raidingkvatch (1155 posts) -

OK, I'm pretty sure this is my final list since I can't really afford to buy any more games until January anyway.

#8 Edited by raidingkvatch (1155 posts) -

I have no idea how anybody remembers how many games they bought, how they bought them, whether they were discounted etc.

#9 Edited by raidingkvatch (1155 posts) -

I dissected a rat and a fish before I dropped out of A level biology, all I really learned is that I have a super steady hand for cutting shit up quickly and cleanly.

Also earlier in school the whole class watched the teacher dissect a pig's heart and a sheep's lung.

#10 Posted by raidingkvatch (1155 posts) -

That's super fucking cool. Good job.