" The audio file puts these letters out: M (or N) - O - D - Z - Z - Z - J - M (or N) - Q - R - Y - D (or B) - 3 - F - R - P (or E) I tried matching up those letters with the numbers you gave that were embedded in the mp3: 00000000 00000210 00000825 000000000037474B 00000000 0016FDA0 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 If you count "0", and skip the letters that appear in both the embedded text and the audio, you get a matching number of letters and numbers (9). I tried matching them up in order of appearance and then putting them in numerical order, but got nothing. I also tried just putting letters into the numbers based on when the letters came out. For instance "o" would go in place of anywhere the number 2 came up because it was the second letter to be said. Maybe this will tip something else off though... "My guess is the ZZZ is actually www? and the "3" is "." followed by "FRP" which is maybe "com"? so maybe a website buried in there. ZZZ can't be anything else, can it?
True story, I have a 1.5" scar on the inside of my wrist from a hot Pop Tart that landed sugar side down on my arm. My little brother was too absorbed in a Super Mario World session to hear my cries for help, so this must be around 15-20 years ago. I try not to go near them anymore...but Strawberry were my favorites. If you see me at PAX or something, I'll totally show you the scar.
The first thing to know about the upcoming content for Dragon Age: Origins is that it is a full-blown expansion for the game. This isn't some extra dungeon, or merely a new set of armor, but a significant chunk of content that promises to justify its $39.99 price tag.
The expansion picks up after the final events of Origins, in which your character defeated the Archdemon and stopped the Darkspawn from overrunning the world in a full-blown Blight. For reasons that I'm sure will become clearer throughout Awakening, the Darkspawn are still hanging around, causing all sorts of trouble for the Grey Wardens, the ordained destroyers of all things dark and spawning. So, a mere few months after the events of the first game, you are charged with rebuilding the Grey Wardens and further investigating these troubling developments.
Just sharing a little bit of fun I ran across today. I'm not familiar with the French artist Danger, but apparently he is promoting the release of his new album "9/17 2007" with some fake video game scenes inspired by the 16-bit era. Personally, I have to say it's working, as you can consider me promoted.
Have to throw in for Freespace 2. That game is just amazing. Also, TIE Fighter was amazing at the time, not sure how it holds up today, same with the Wing Commander series. I agree with the sentiment that this genre needs a reboot. I'm always looking for a good reason to dig out that old CH Flightstick.
If you're interested in something a little more strategy-ish, you might want to look at Homeworld. It has one of the best "space" vibes I've ever gotten from a game. I'm not really sure what that means, but everything about the presentation feels right to me. There's also Sins of a Solar Empire, but by even mentioning that game I risk summoning Jason Ocampo to this very room, and as awesome as that would be, it would be a long trip back for him.
Lastly, there's Solar Jetman. It's not really a space shooter, but it I'll take any chance I can get to plug that totally lovely game.
Also, where is Dave? He should be all over this thread?!
With so many capable platforms to choose from, developers and publishers are increasingly releasing their products across them all. When it's done correctly, this can mean an exciting and memorable gaming experience for anyone, regardless of system. Someday we may see the end of the wars between console diehards, and these spectacular multiplatform games will be leading the charge.
Ha, man...I just got in for:
World of Goo
The Witcher: ENHANCED EDITION!
Empire: Total War
Close to getting Machinarium...but it's still 10 bucks. Hmm, looks like I only $5 in my wallet...Ok, how about $7 and you throw in Stubbs the Zombie?
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