Like any hobby, if you get obsessive about it, then you start to look like "a loser". I've seen people call gym rats, or dirtbike fanatics, or hunters, losers because outside of lifting weights/tinkering with their bikes/shooting shit, they don't do a damn thing. Same thing with video games. Gotta have layers.
Even then, playing games a lot wouldn't make someone a loser to everybody. They'd fit right in with other people who play lots of videogames and then there's no worries.
It took over two hours, but I walked out with a copy of each game and all it took was three duplicate copies of games I've owned for ages. Amazing deal. Standing in future shop for hours took a toll on my mind, though.
That was super menacing and I loved it. Seeing a serious, mean-ass, gritty Godzilla film would make me pretty happy, provided they strike the right tone. I mean, it is still about a giant lizard monster stomping on stuff.
@fourwude: @artisanbreads: I am curious as to what you recommend (either comics or novels) to get started in the Conan Universe. Any suggestions?
The Dark Horse Conan series is great, a lot of fun and it has really killer art, which really brings some of the adaptations to life. Marvel's Savage Sword of Conan is also amazing, really great, pulpy, black and white reads with awesome art and a great sense for adapting the original stories. Both have been collected into trade paperbacks almost in their entirety, I believe, and are pretty lengthy, like, Savage Sword is over 200 issues long. The original stories by Robert E. Howard are fantastic reads and the best place to start. I haven't read much of any the other novels or short stories written by anybody other than REH, though.