This is for Martin Luther
Forgive me Sir for I have sinned.
Forgive me Sir for I have sinned.
Almost completely useless in MW2 unless you have the tactical knife attachment to it.
The Sword of Elendil is a long ass sword!
It might save your life so keep it on at all times when you are in a firefight.
Love the SPAS-12 in MW2!
Carl Benz first thing after he made himself a drivers license: "Where is your license?! I'm going to issue you a license, five marks."
Used for spamming in FPS games.
When you approach the final frontier that is space you would need one of these.
Excellent for getting a Medal of Honor in WWII.
Love the sound effect when you drink the water in the first Prince of Persia game.
Green Arrows favorite weapon of choice.
Could never get the Two for One achievement in Halo 3.
Big, heavy and clunky. Not very stealthy either.
I think I would prefer to have one of these stabbed in my thigh instead of a gunshot at pointblank range. It doesn't sound an awful lot.
The guys over at Bungie had a nice talk about these thing on one of their podcasts. It was really - enlightening to say the least.
I'd like to have Boromir's shield. Nice and round, just the way I like them.
Love to use them snipers in MW2 but the Intervention, which I always thought was a cool sniper, and the WA-2000 suck real bad unfortunately. The Barrett sniper is awesome!
You know the ones that are found in chests.
Indy on a horse or a tank - who would win. I think we all know the answer to that one but what about Indy vs. a helicopter, huh?
These babies will fall out of the sky by the hundreds when Man decides to end it all on that faithful day in the not so distant future.
Here's a tip, if they're red: shoot them!
"I believe in ammunition."
Salvage and maybe, just maybe Favela are the only maps that I can use these types of weapons on.
Sauron didn't come up with this shit did he. Maybe that's why he lost.
Made so that you could put keys that you have found in chest into them.
Love the old planes from WWII.
Used for shooting penis-shaped things known as bullets at others so that you can interfere with their business.
Might extend your life if you are a pro like Snape.
Not always containing a treasure of the gold-coin-type. Sometimes you might find a beating heart in there. Stab the heart and sail the seven seas for 10 years.
Nice tool for chopping things off.
This is so that I remember that I really have to change the tires on my car.
Use this if you want to get the incineration medal in Halo 3.
What has this thing got to do with the javelin?
Nice and hot. Very exotic.
Good blunt force weapon with a medium range I would say.
Gandalf should have used this thing more often.
It's just brass that has been heated up, right?
"I looooove them balls!"
A place where you listen to relaxing music before going into a firefight.
Flashing or stunning a turret in MW2 doesn't work but it says it should work.
It's either a Bugatti Veyron or nothing for me.
I've heard that the only place in the world where you can find these things is on a remote island called Japan I think.
Yeah creepy characters is the right name for these heavy breathing fun-seekers.
Used for besieging an obstacle like a wall.
Love the scopes in MW2 but not the ones in Bad Company 2 unfortunately - they look kind of awkward.
So this is it huh folks, health packs are back in Halo: Reach. When did this happen?!
Some of these make an awful lot of noise which I dislike.
Used for spilling things on it.
I love the design of old ships of the 16th and 17th centuries.
Indicated by a flashing rectangle of your team's colors in Football Manager and other similar manager sims.
"Are you hurt? Of course I'm hurt look at all the blood!"
In the future all train rides will be exactly 42 minutes and gravity will power these beasts.
I am always happy to find one of these laying on the ground where I walk.
Look out, could be dangerous if not handled properly.
Unfortunately most of these are really boring. I prefer moving pictures.
This must be the greatest thing since sli... I shouldn't say that but I do love these thing very much!
Used for putting people's heads on you know, to send a message.
Something to wear for the shallow people who say they have "a bad hair-day."
You can see a lot of them in Osgiliath.
Almost completely useless in Fallout 3.
You can train these by doing some naughty things to a man's naughty parts.
All these pictures are completely wrong. A football would be something you would almost never hold in your hands. You know FOOT-ball, not HAND-ball.
Perfected in The Two Towers 'cause you don't need to reload them like forever.
You should avoid hitting these vehicles at all costs.
Never really understood the whole idea of drinking to much of this. Seems kind of pointless to me.
Another ball for a stupid sport.
Here is where you get confused by all the numbers and words you don't understand.
Loved to build pyramids out of this material when I was smaller.
I really do hate sports games.
Good for injuring your fingers.
Good for hiding in and reading some naughty magazines.
You know, used for getting lost.
A devil's invention. A lot of valuable time can be lost staring into the abyss that is a computer.
Sit down, sit down, relax - take off you pants.
And then there was light.
These must be mastered at a very young age or you will never get a high level of IQ.
Without these a game mode like Flag Runner or Capture the Flag would never be possible in most modern FPS games.
What happened to the 19 remaining rings when the Master Ring was destroyed? Where are they today is the real question.
Another way of wasting you time is to sit in front one of these.
Contrary to what others say I love the Glass theme introduced in Windows Vista and then perfected in Windows 7.
Did you know that Sabertooth and Wolverine are actually brothers?!
Used extensively for "blowing out" candles.
You know it had to come to this: "Where's my skull?!"
Used by our favorite villain in the Star Wars saga.
"How come when it's us it's an abortion and when it's a chicken it's an omelet?"
A place where spaceships can dock.
A thing that J.R.R. Tolkien despised very much.
I would gladly use this weapon if I had to "smack a sucka in the face."
Hobbits do not need these.
Still an ongoing development project which still astounds me. No one will take you seriously if you fly around in that thing come on.
Did you know that the Japanese and Chinese people didn't know what glass was, until we western people showed it to them, because they had invented the teacup.
It will withstand almost everything but as most Russian weapons it will more then often miss it's target. Luckily it fires more than one bullet a second.
Again, you know what is coming: "Yo Fifty, hit that big-ass ramp!"
More known as the "noob-tube."
Use your keyboard!
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