sarahsdad's forum posts

#1 Edited by sarahsdad (1079 posts) -

@zirilius said:

@cale: It has been mentioned multiple times on Bungie's forums but no official word as of yet if they are going to work on it or not. I'm a giant robot dude I don't need no stinking helmet!!

I thought Exo's needed the mask, similar to Vader in Star Wars.

#2 Posted by sarahsdad (1079 posts) -

I have a code for U.S. PS4 - PM if you're interested

#3 Edited by sarahsdad (1079 posts) -

I have two codes for U.S. PS4, for the first two PM's I get with a request.

one down, given to @danlongman

#4 Posted by sarahsdad (1079 posts) -

I generally pick a female character to play as when given the choice, for a few reasons:

I play games to disconnect from the real world. If I play a male character in a game where there's a choice to, then I inevitably end up thinking about the character as me, instead of the character. Playing as a female character makes it easier for me to think of the character as an individual instead of as a mirror or carbon copy of me with just a few differences.

As someone else already said, video games are a male dominated profession, so when a company bothers to give an option, I like to take advantage of what I assume is still considered extra work that didn't have to be done.

More recently I've done it because my daughter is interested in games, and I want her to see female characters on screen as much as possible

#5 Posted by sarahsdad (1079 posts) -

I've had the current one for a little over a year, in honor of Ryan. Before that, I had Gil from Girl Genius for about three years.

#6 Edited by sarahsdad (1079 posts) -

Kinect for the 360.

--Or maybe it was the Atari Jaguar. The Jag cost a lot more, but at least it worked reliably for the time I had it.

#7 Posted by sarahsdad (1079 posts) -

Transformers 4: 2.5 / 5

For the most part, it was less embarrassing than the 2nd, and made more sense than the 3rd.

#8 Posted by sarahsdad (1079 posts) -

@rvone said:

@sarahsdad said:

@rvone said:

I watch Schindler's List every year. I listen to the soundtrack at least once a month.

Not to derail the thread too much, but any particular reason why it's on a regular re-watch?

Because it's one of the most impressive movies I know of and it is quite possibly Liam Neeson's very best performance he's ever done.

Makes sense; it was a quality piece of work. I think it's that I can't separate and enjoy the quality of the film from the history it drew on.

#9 Posted by sarahsdad (1079 posts) -

@rvone said:

@sarahsdad said:

I notice Schindler's List has already been mentioned; that's pretty much at the top of movies I don't feel the need to see again. I'll add Million Dollar Baby to the list here. It was good, but I don't feel the need to ever sit down and re-watch.

I watch Schindler's List every year. I listen to the soundtrack at least once a month.

Not to derail the thread too much, but any particular reason why it's on a regular re-watch?

#10 Posted by sarahsdad (1079 posts) -

I notice Schindler's List has already been mentioned; that's pretty much at the top of movies I don't feel the need to see again. I'll add Million Dollar Baby to the list here. It was good, but I don't feel the need to ever sit down and re-watch.