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#1 Posted by SpacePenguin (493 posts) -

I'm playing through all the dragon age games. Wrapped Dragon Age: Origins and all the DLC, loved to. Trying to make my way through DA2, but its just become such a slog. I enjoyed the first 10-20 hours but after that its gotten really tiresome.

I didn't beat DA2 when it first came out, got bored. So I haven't played DA:I. Decided I should just marathon the whole series then jump into Inquisition.

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#2 Posted by SpacePenguin (493 posts) -

Would be up for a game. If anyone has it on Steam feel free to add me: Kim Jong Un Deux Trois

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#3 Posted by SpacePenguin (493 posts) -

Hey so just as the title says. Did you ever get to participate in TNT? If so what game was it? Any memories of it?

The one time for me was I got to play Jeff in Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe.

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#4 Posted by SpacePenguin (493 posts) -

Fuck.

Sorry for your loss Jeff.

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#5 Posted by SpacePenguin (493 posts) -

On the podcast the other week Dan saying saying Buckfast sounded a bit too fancy was hilarious. As someone from Glasgow, Buckfast is the poller opposite of fancy.

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#6 Posted by SpacePenguin (493 posts) -

Prey 2 seemed to have potential.

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#7 Posted by SpacePenguin (493 posts) -

@mandude: Yeah at first I was trying to correct to misconception of the Mac/Mc but then I stated, yes it can be Irish its just more common with Scots.

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#8 Posted by SpacePenguin (493 posts) -

@mandude: Scotland and Ireland share a lot of Celtic ancestor. The thing is Mac/Mc is Gaelic for son of. When people say Irish(Language) they mean Irish Gaelic. But there is also Scottish Gaelic. In this case your name is what Clan you belong to. If you look at a list of Irish Clans hardly any of them have Mac/Mc. Looking at the Scottish Clans on the other hand most of them are Mac/Mc. The Mac/Mc is much more prevalent among the Scots.

The main point I was making though was that there is some silly notion that Mac is Scottish and Mc is Irish which is just completely wrong.

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#9 Posted by SpacePenguin (493 posts) -

@mosespippy: Mc is not Irish. Mc is Scottish. It's just a shortened version of Mac.

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#10 Posted by SpacePenguin (493 posts) -

Glasgow, Scotland