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#1 Posted by Sparklykiss (1964 posts) -

This reminds me of the days when I used to play Tales of Symphonia constantly. When I felt like it, I'd get Collette to fall in love with Lloyd and lead her on only to dump her for Raine. And then dump Raine for Sheena. And overall just ruin the trip for everyone. 
 
Those were the days.

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#2 Posted by Sparklykiss (1964 posts) -

Deffos do ME1 again. It's the only way. That way you can be exact and having all that fun stuff.

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#3 Posted by Sparklykiss (1964 posts) -
@Hamst3r said:
" Sports video games. :( "
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#4 Posted by Sparklykiss (1964 posts) -

But... Credit cards are scary. D: 
 
And instead of shirts, make plushies of everyone. :D A mini-plushy-fluffy Ryan would look great with all of my teddy bears.

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#5 Posted by Sparklykiss (1964 posts) -
@AlwaysBeClothing said:
" Cougars can strike from anywhere.
 
Even after spending 10 minutes climbing a mountain.  Despite the mountain ledge being only two feet across.  Despite the fact that the cougar didn't appear until I was on the ledge.  Despite the fact that it was a god damn story mission.
 
Cougars and Bears.  Who are stealth ninjas.


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#6 Posted by Sparklykiss (1964 posts) -

 Fuckfuckfuckfuckfuck. I went to say something, but the OP has ruined my train of thought. Fuuuuuuuuck.    

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#7 Posted by Sparklykiss (1964 posts) -
@RecSpec: Crap, you beat me to it.
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#8 Posted by Sparklykiss (1964 posts) -

I kind of view this as like buying a shirt or a pair of shoes. If I'm buying a game, and I play it. And I get bored of it, grow out of it, or just don't like it anymore... I'm not just going to throw it into the garbage bin. I'll either give it to someone else or sell it to them if it's in a good enough condition. So I have no issues with selling it. I also don't mind buying things that someone else as owned. I view it as a garage sale of sorts, I'm not making enough money to be able to buy every new title at the full 60 dollar price. I wish I could, but that's asking a bit much for me. 
 
It's enough that I have to save up and wait a few months or so for it to lose the hype and/or have a natural price drop for someone with my wallet. By the time I can afford it at the full price, it may be too late and things get spoiled for me (Sorry, Red Dead. Now you know why I have a tough time finishing you) and I lose interest. I like buying used because then I don't have to wait as long and I still get to enjoy the whole experience and have my surprises. I think it's only fair. 
 
Next Hot Topic is going to rip me to shreds for selling to a friend or donating to Goodwill or something shirts of bands I don't care about anymore. Oh nooo!

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#9 Posted by Sparklykiss (1964 posts) -

Getting things for the new puppy this weekend, some late birthday stuff for my sister, games, and job applications/interviews. 
 
Fun fun fun.

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#10 Posted by Sparklykiss (1964 posts) -

I don't know why LC:GoL or Shank lack in the online Co-Op aspect, but I can answer the Scott Pilgrim Game issue. 
 
They focused on local play only as more of a throwback to the classic game style and to keep you in that mind set. Some people are taking that speculation as just an excuse for "lazy developers" but considering that the Scott Pilgrim universe is mostly about the originals and the classics, I'd go with that theory and I wouldn't hate it too much for that.

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