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#1 Edited by spexeh (17 posts) -

People have commented on his family's videos? That is profoundly disappointing. The Walking Dead is one of my favorite shows, but who honestly gives a shit? I hate to break it to the Patrick haters, (i.e. those who would antagonize his family, not those who would offer constructive criticism) but there billions of people in the world, and most of them don't share your opinions. Just get over it.

On a related note, this site would be worse without Patrick and likely better without those who constantly complain about him.

#2 Posted by spexeh (17 posts) -

Well, if you had the original game, then your first order of business would be adding teletubbies. Otherwise, I would start by mods that improve the AI, especially if you favor campaign over versus mode.

#3 Posted by spexeh (17 posts) -

If you would like help building a PC, I recommend visiting Reddit, specifically the subreddits r/buildapc and r/buildapcforme. The former is more active, but the latter has ideal builds based on price, so check them both out. The FAQ on the right side of either should provide more than enough information. Have fun.



#4 Posted by spexeh (17 posts) -

@StarvingGamer: Wow I had no idea Civ Rev was on iOS. Thanks!

#5 Edited by spexeh (17 posts) -

Well you're in luck, because this year was great for high quality but less expensive indie games. FTL, one of my favorite games this year, can be downloaded from the developer's webpage for $6 and it provides a steam code. The game is a fantastic deal at the regular $10 price, so I would buy this immediately. There was a quick look, but the game doesn't lend itself well to the quick look format, but there are a plethora of other reviews for you to base your decision. This game isn't one to show off any new hardware, but it is still a very well-made game.


#6 Posted by spexeh (17 posts) -

Would you buy new maps individually even if they sucked, just for some variety? While Black Ops had some decent DLC, map packs can be pretty hit and miss, so you might benefit from skipping a crappy release. I would buy a season pass only for a series that you really enjoy. For example, I think Mortal Kombat is awesome and would have downloaded any new fighters regardless of quality, so a season pass was an obvious choice.

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#8 Posted by spexeh (17 posts) -

Hey everyone,

I'm toying with the idea of getting my girlfriend a 3DS or a Vita for Christmas. Are there any great games that can be played together on a single console, pass-the-3DS style? I've searched but haven't been able to find much. Maybe some turn-based stuff? I can't afford to get two consoles, but I would love some games to share. Thanks for any advice.

#9 Posted by spexeh (17 posts) -

@JasonR86 said:

...for some reason, the fighting system just works better with my brain...

Hah, you are the opposite of me. For some reason, I can pretty quickly pick up most fighting games, but there's something elusive about the Virtua Fighter series. I think it's from when I was a kid and my brother whooped me at VF:2 on our Sega Saturn.

#10 Posted by spexeh (17 posts) -

I'm still chasing my original Counter-Strike high. I am a console gamer these days, but I really think that the lack of dedicated servers typical of matchmaking-oriented games leaves players without a "home" and discourages online community building. Yeah, yeah, I know you can play with your friends at any time, but there's definitely a benefit to joining the same server every day and playing with a "local" crowd.

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