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Video Games Topic

Post by Equinox » Wed Jun 23, 2010 2:27 pm

So I didn't find one in page 1 of my search, so just started another one. :P

So, what do you'll play when you aren't listening to Stratovarius, hanging out with g/b-friend or making sandwiches?

I've got a PS3, a PS2 (Which is boxed and stored) and a Super Nintendo (For the old time's sake, which, like the PS2, is kept away)

Here is my collection and you guys can share yours too: (including gamertag or user name)

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare 2 (I've got the first for Mac)
Killzone 2
Uncharted 1 + 2
Resistance 1
Assassin's Creed 2
Dante's Inferno
God Of War 3
Dead Space
(There's a couple more I can't remember)

My username on the PSN is RisingNox.

You can post your set up and such, too.

I know that a couple of you are hard core (DanteLink) but what about the rest?

Let me hear ya.
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Post by robocop656 » Wed Jun 23, 2010 5:29 pm

Personally I'm a vintage video game freak..(80s and 90s)
I'm blow away that you mention the SUPER NINTENDO!!!
Unfortunately, when I was younger I sold everything.
I'm more into the aspect of making music with the old hardware via chiptunes now-a-days..
Anyway, my favorites are:

Gameboy: Castlevania adventure, Super mario land, , Tetris, Home Alone :lol:

Nintendo: Castlevania series..except for the second one :lol: , Super mario 3 all the way to the top forever!!! Ninja turtles arcade version, mega man series, contra :lol: , BATTLETOADS... :lol:

Sega Genesis: Sonic 1,2,3 and sonic and knuckles and sonic spinball. Toejam and Earl..MORTAL KOMBAT!!!!!

Super Nintendo: Super mario world, DONKEY KONG COUNTRY!!, Super mario all stars..Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Turtles in time!!......I'm drawing a blank because I'm half asleep!!

Curret videogames: I have no clue .... I'm more fond of the PC for playing them...including Quake 3 that is now Quake live..

Basically those games are the standards and I still love them to death!!

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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by miditek » Wed Jun 23, 2010 6:07 pm

Don't have a lot of time to play games anymore, but two of my personal favorites on the X360 include:

- Modern Warfare 2 (particularly multi-player)
- Wolfenstein 2009 (which I love playing in Uber mode)
- GTA IV w/ mission upgrades

Other than that, I am working most of the time, but even at my age, I still like to play from time to time.

Even my father, a retired manufacturing executive, is positively a 67 year old MW2 (PC) fanatic! lol
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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by mayhem-for-all » Wed Jun 23, 2010 6:21 pm

PSN account:Mayhemoid
I own a ps1, ps2 and a ps3 + an aged(2006) pc(not connected to internet) which I use to play most games I can with it.

I own about 50-100 games right now.

For ps3 my favourite is InFamous.
I also enjoy Red Faction Guerilla (try it!) uncharted and RSV 1&2 + Endwar and GRAW 2 and Skate 2 and a lot more to come.
My favourite games of ps2 were Prince of Persia, Ratchet and Clank and Jak and Daxter series.

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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by NeverendingAbyss » Wed Jun 23, 2010 6:35 pm

I have the 360, and I often play MW2. The thing about that game is that it has so much bullshit in multiplayer mode (danger close, one man army, COMMANDO?!?!).
I'm also a huge fan of the Halo saga. Can't wait for Reach!
I hope that Black Ops doesn't have commando, and that danger close isn't used with a blue perk.
Other than that, Red Dead Redemption is a good game.

I still have my Super Nintendo, but I lost my TV input cable :cry:

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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by rikkertje » Wed Jun 23, 2010 6:38 pm

Only games I play are:

- The Sims
- The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
- The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

:P

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Post by browneyedgirl » Wed Jun 23, 2010 8:34 pm

My son was the video game fanatic. He has owned almost every system which has been made. Playstation and Super Nintendo were his favs, though.

As for myself, I love online Tetris. I could play for hours if I had the time. :D

http://www.freetetris.org

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Post by Shurik » Wed Jun 23, 2010 10:04 pm

Fallout 3
Bioshock
Elder Scrolls III and IV
Call Of Duty - from Modern Warfare 1,2 and World At War
Dragon Age:Origins
Mass Effect 1,2
Dead Space
Guitar Hero III, World Tour
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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by NeonVomit » Thu Jun 24, 2010 12:20 am

I haven't played video games in years, but I was a BIG flight simulator fan. US Navy Fighters, ATF, that whole series. Also really loved the TFX games. I owned a Sega Megadrive as well and had the typical games for that.

When I had the choice of getting a new pc that was powerful enough to play new games, or get a new bass and amp, guess which I picked... I sort of stopped playing games then (as well as skating, but that's a whooole different story...) but I still like bashing out the odd round of Streetfighter or Call of Dudy with friends.
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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by Rebel » Thu Jun 24, 2010 2:09 am

anyone still play Age of Empires III?

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Post by robocop656 » Thu Jun 24, 2010 4:17 am

Lucky I worked at the local amusement park Knoebles..so I had money to buy a computer. It still sucked and wasn't good enough for good games but could play the emulators for old school consoles. Funny thing working when you're like 15...people like to pay you 4 dollars an hour. It's most likely not as bad as working in china and everywhere else in sweatshops. I did work in a pizza shop right next to huge ovens and costumers decapitated me daily. Next thread WORK HISTORY. :lol:

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Post by RazielSR » Thu Jun 24, 2010 12:20 pm

I've been playing videogames all my life, and I'm still playing of course. The first "game console" I had was an Spectrum, then a MasterSystem, then a Mega Drive, then I jumped to PC, and till now I have had 8 different computers/hardware configurations just to play.

For example, from 2005 to now, you can ckeck my xfire profile:

www.xfire.com/profile/nosgothsr/

You can see some of my screenshots here: http://www.xfire.com/profile/nosgothsr/screenshots/
  • Dragon Age: Origins
    - 221 hours
    The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
    - 147 hours
    Medieval II Total War
    - 135 hours
    Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures
    - 128 hours
    Rome: Total War
    - 122 hours
    Fallout 3
    - 84 hours
    Risen
    - 82 hours
    Grand Theft Auto IV
    - 71 hours
    Mass Effect 2
    - 70 hours
    The Witcher
    - 67 hours
    Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood
    - 61 hours
    Titan Quest
    14 hours 52 hours
    Empire: Total War
    - 44 hours
    Just Cause 2
    - 43 hours
    Rome: Total War: Barbarian Invasion
    - 43 hours
    S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat
    - 43 hours
    Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City
    - 41 hours
    Sacred 2 - Fallen Angel
    - 40 hours
    Crysis
    - 40 hours
    King's Bounty: The Legend
    - 38 hours
    Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars
    - 29 hours
    Mass Effect
    - 25 hours
    S.T.A.L.K.E.R. - Shadow of Chernobyl
    - 21 hours
    Tomb Raider: Underworld
    - 20 hours
    Tomb Raider - Anniversary
    - 18 hours
    FIFA 07
    - 18 hours
    Dark Messiah Single Player
    - 18 hours
    S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky
    - 18 hours
    Need for Speed SHIFT
    - 17 hours
    Street Fighter IV
    - 17 hours
    Call of Juarez
    - 16 hours
    Far Cry 2
    - 16 hours
    Football Manager 2008
    - 16 hours
    Batman: Arkham Asylum
    - 15 hours
    Metro 2033
    - 14 hours
    Devil May Cry 4
    - 14 hours
    Dead Space
    - 14 hours
    Medieval II Total War: Kingdoms
    - 13 hours
    The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena
    - 12 hours
    Clive Barker's Jericho
    - 12 hours
    Gothic III
    - 11 hours
    Call of Cthulhu DCoTE
    - 11 hours
    BioShock
    - 10 hours
    Gears of War
    - 10 hours
    FEAR Single Player
    - 10 hours
    Quake 4
    - 10 hours
    Prey
    - 9 hours
    TimeShift
    - 9 hours
    Turok
    - 8 hours
    Trine
    - 8 hours
    Lost Planet Extreme Condition
    - 8 hours
    Crysis Warhead
    - 7 hours
    Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box
    - 7 hours
    X-Men Origins: Wolverine
    - 7 hours
    Gun
    - 6 hours
    Half-Life 2: Episode Two
    - 6 hours
    Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Single Player
    - 6 hours
    John Woo Presents Stranglehold
    - 5 hours
    FIFA Manager 06
    - 5 hours
    OutRun2006 Coast 2 Coast
    - 5 hours
    Bionic Commando Rearmed
    - 4 hours
    FIFA Soccer 09
    - 4 hours
    Half-Life 2: Episode One
    - 3 hours
    Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver
    - 3 hours
    Mercenaries 2: World in Flames
    - 3 hours
    Call of Duty 2 Single Player
    - 3 hours
    Terminator Salvation
    - 3 hours
    Call of Duty 2 Single Player Demo
    - 3 hours
    Cryostasis
    - 3 hours
    Empire: Total War Demo
    - 3 hours
    Test Drive Unlimited
    - 2 hours
    Legacy of Kain: Defiance
    - 2 hours
    GRID
    - 1 hour
    Fallout 2
    - 1 hour
    Dark Messiah Multiplayer
    - < 1 hour
    Medieval II Total War Demo SE
    - < 1 hour
    F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin SP Demo
    - < 1 hour
    FEAR SP Demo
    - < 1 hour
    Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Demo
    - < 1 hour
    Need for Speed Undercover
    - < 1 hour
    SEGA Rally Revo
    - < 1 hour
    Left 4 Dead Demo
    - < 1 hour
    Crysis Wars
    - < 1 hour
    FIFA 09 Demo
    - < 1 hour
    Half-Life 2: Deathmatch
    - < 1 hour
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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by robocop656 » Thu Jun 24, 2010 1:37 pm

YOU ARE CRAZY BOY!!!!!

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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by Equinox » Thu Jun 24, 2010 5:19 pm

Indeed! He is! Wow, that's a lot of games and a lot of hours. Have you added those hours up? What's the total? 3 Years? :D

The game I was missing in Batman: AA.

@Mayhem: I'll add you and maybe we can do some Uncharted 2 someday; if we are in the same timezone. :P
Someone was trading me RFG for one of my games, but I'm not too big on open world games. I get bored quickly.

@Neverending: Too bad we wont be able to shoot each other when Black Ops comes out. :P It's shaping to be much better than WAW.
I keep hearing great things about Red Dead, but then again, it's open world.

@Shurik: What system you have? I played Bioshock for Mac and liked it a lot its story is so deep and its got so many little details that makes Rapture comes to life. Haven't played B2, tho.

@Rebel: I play AOE3 with my pals sometimes. But I'm more fond of AOE2.

@Robocop: I don't know where you live, but in my first job when I was underage, I made them pay me a dollar above the legal limit. :P I was getting like 6.50 or something. :P

@Raziel: I'd like to see pics of your 8 machines set up man. I can't imaging how it is. How many monitors? :D

Know something 'bout me? I haven't fisnished all of my games despite the fact that I've had them for long. And, I'm afraid to pop in Dead Space. In fact, it was still wrapped until not long ago (It was a gift). I just too scared.

I took like 30 hours to finish Resident Evil 4 because I walked so slow! eheheheh didn't wanted to be surprised by one of those zombies. But they still came out of nowhere. :P
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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by RazielSR » Thu Jun 24, 2010 5:37 pm

:lol: Dude, I don't have 8 computers. I have had 8 computers but not at the same time! :D

What I meant is that in each computers I have had different hardware. i mean, I buy all the hard and the tower and I mount my configuration, then I usually change it, etc, etc. I usually overclock and change vga, mainboard, etc, etc.

I mean, in PC gaming world that is usual and there are alot of really freak people there :lol: :lol:
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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by doc_holliday » Thu Jun 24, 2010 8:03 pm

huge gamer right here. well, not as much as Raziel, but close.

I have too many games to write them here, but I can write my hardware. I have a 3DO, Dreamcast, PS2, DS lite, PSP first gen, PS3 slim, Wii, gamer PC.

These days I'm playing Fallout 3 on PC. I have a 24 inch screen on my pc, which is totally awesome. Really immerses you in the game.

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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by mayhem-for-all » Mon Jun 28, 2010 11:03 am

@Mayhem: I'll add you and maybe we can do some Uncharted 2 someday; if we are in the same timezone.
Someone was trading me RFG for one of my games, but I'm not too big on open world games. I get bored quickly.
And you did delete the invitation before I had the chance to accept (Midsummer weekend)

But I usually only play three days a week so you might not expect to see me online other times.

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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by Equinox » Mon Jun 28, 2010 2:49 pm

mayhem-for-all wrote:
@Mayhem: I'll add you and maybe we can do some Uncharted 2 someday; if we are in the same timezone.
Someone was trading me RFG for one of my games, but I'm not too big on open world games. I get bored quickly.
And you did delete the invitation before I had the chance to accept (Midsummer weekend)

But I usually only play three days a week so you might not expect to see me online other times.
Wait, what? O_O I haven't done it yet. How can I delete an invitation I haven't sent? :D
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Post by AAAAAAAAAA » Mon Jun 28, 2010 4:35 pm

RazielSR wrote:I've been playing videogames all my life, and I'm still playing of course. The first "game console" I had was an Spectrum, then a MasterSystem, then a Mega Drive, then I jumped to PC, and till now I have had 8 different computers/hardware configurations just to play.

For example, from 2005 to now, you can ckeck my xfire profile:

www.xfire.com/profile/nosgothsr/

You can see some of my screenshots here: http://www.xfire.com/profile/nosgothsr/screenshots/
  • Dragon Age: Origins
    - 221 hours
    The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
    - 147 hours
    Medieval II Total War
    - 135 hours
    Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures
    - 128 hours
    Rome: Total War
    - 122 hours
    Fallout 3
    - 84 hours
    Risen
    - 82 hours
    Grand Theft Auto IV
    - 71 hours
    Mass Effect 2
    - 70 hours
    The Witcher
    - 67 hours
    Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood
    - 61 hours
    Titan Quest
    14 hours 52 hours
    Empire: Total War
    - 44 hours
    Just Cause 2
    - 43 hours
    Rome: Total War: Barbarian Invasion
    - 43 hours
    S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat
    - 43 hours
    Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City
    - 41 hours
    Sacred 2 - Fallen Angel
    - 40 hours
    Crysis
    - 40 hours
    King's Bounty: The Legend
    - 38 hours
    Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars
    - 29 hours
    Mass Effect
    - 25 hours
    S.T.A.L.K.E.R. - Shadow of Chernobyl
    - 21 hours
    Tomb Raider: Underworld
    - 20 hours
    Tomb Raider - Anniversary
    - 18 hours
    FIFA 07
    - 18 hours
    Dark Messiah Single Player
    - 18 hours
    S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky
    - 18 hours
    Need for Speed SHIFT
    - 17 hours
    Street Fighter IV
    - 17 hours
    Call of Juarez
    - 16 hours
    Far Cry 2
    - 16 hours
    Football Manager 2008
    - 16 hours
    Batman: Arkham Asylum
    - 15 hours
    Metro 2033
    - 14 hours
    Devil May Cry 4
    - 14 hours
    Dead Space
    - 14 hours
    Medieval II Total War: Kingdoms
    - 13 hours
    The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena
    - 12 hours
    Clive Barker's Jericho
    - 12 hours
    Gothic III
    - 11 hours
    Call of Cthulhu DCoTE
    - 11 hours
    BioShock
    - 10 hours
    Gears of War
    - 10 hours
    FEAR Single Player
    - 10 hours
    Quake 4
    - 10 hours
    Prey
    - 9 hours
    TimeShift
    - 9 hours
    Turok
    - 8 hours
    Trine
    - 8 hours
    Lost Planet Extreme Condition
    - 8 hours
    Crysis Warhead
    - 7 hours
    ...
I find this mildly disturbing. You spent about 1000 hours on videogames alone. If you worked a decent job in the meantime you could have made $20,000. Throw it in a mutual fund and, if the stock market doubles every ten years, you would have $640,000 for your retirement in fifty years. Think about it!! :crazy1:

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Post by Shurik » Mon Jun 28, 2010 5:05 pm

@Shurik: What system you have? I played Bioshock for Mac and liked it a lot its story is so deep and its got so many little details that makes Rapture comes to life. Haven't played B2, tho.
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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by mayhem-for-all » Mon Jun 28, 2010 5:50 pm

Equinox wrote:
mayhem-for-all wrote:
@Mayhem: I'll add you and maybe we can do some Uncharted 2 someday; if we are in the same timezone.
Someone was trading me RFG for one of my games, but I'm not too big on open world games. I get bored quickly.
And you did delete the invitation before I had the chance to accept (Midsummer weekend)

But I usually only play three days a week so you might not expect to see me online other times.
Wait, what? O_O I haven't done it yet. How can I delete an invitation I haven't sent? :D
Yeah sorry I did not know your username and I received one friend invite which was removed before I had the chance to accept thinking it was you.

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Post by ggonza43 » Mon Jun 28, 2010 6:58 pm

Finally, my thread :D. OK, let's remember:
- NES (Gradius, Battle City, Punch-Out, Xevious, Star Force, Super Mario Bros/Duck Hunt, 1942, Tecmo Bowl)
- SNES (Donkey Kong Country 1, Super Mario Bros All-Stars, Mortal Kombat II/III, Super Street Figther 2, Phantom 2040, Pink Phanter Goes To Hollywood, Lion King, Super Metroid)
- PS1 (Interactive Sampler CD Vol. 8, Dino Crisis, Resident Evil 3, Quake II, Medievil, 007 The World Is Not Enough, Gran Turismo 1/2, Spyro The Dragon, Namco Museum Vol. 3, Crash Team Racing, Crash Bash)
- XBox 360 (Pure, LEGO Batman, Alien Vs. Predator, Gears Of War 2, Battlefield Bad Company 2, Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2, Left 4 Dead 2, Forza Motorsport 3 - PRE-ORDERED: Bioshock 2, Dead Space, F.E.A.R. 2)

Not that huge amount of games, cause all my consoles are original from USA and don't want to hack them for local games :?
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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by RazielSR » Mon Jun 28, 2010 11:50 pm

AAAAAAAAAA wrote:
I find this mildly disturbing. You spent about 1000 hours on videogames alone. If you worked a decent job in the meantime you could have made $20,000. Throw it in a mutual fund and, if the stock market doubles every ten years, you would have $640,000 for your retirement in fifty years. Think about it!! :crazy1:
2.158 hours since 27/9/2005 and counting. I'm playing games since 1989 more or less, anyway...it is since year 2000 that I'm playing more. I work 8 hours a day in front of a computer too.
Think about it man, how many time people spent...dunno...posting¿?...smoking¿?...procastinating¿?.

I mean, that time I use it is my "time for fun" :lol:
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Post by ggonza43 » Wed Jun 30, 2010 6:12 pm

RazielSR wrote:2.158 hours since 27/9/2005 and counting. I'm playing games since 1989 more or less, anyway...it is since year 2000 that I'm playing more. I work 8 hours a day in front of a computer too.
Think about it man, how many time people spent...dunno...posting¿?...smoking¿?...procastinating¿?.

I mean, that time I use it is my "time for fun" :lol:
I guess A10 just got Raziel-owned :D!
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Post by Chang » Wed Jun 30, 2010 6:54 pm

RazielSR wrote:
AAAAAAAAAA wrote:
I find this mildly disturbing. You spent about 1000 hours on videogames alone. If you worked a decent job in the meantime you could have made $20,000. Throw it in a mutual fund and, if the stock market doubles every ten years, you would have $640,000 for your retirement in fifty years. Think about it!! :crazy1:
2.158 hours since 27/9/2005 and counting. I'm playing games since 1989 more or less, anyway...it is since year 2000 that I'm playing more. I work 8 hours a day in front of a computer too.
Think about it man, how many time people spent...dunno...posting¿?...smoking¿?...procastinating¿?.

I mean, that time I use it is my "time for fun" :lol:
2000 hour not bad for 5 year!
I play chinese RPG only though 8)

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Post by RazielSR » Wed Jun 30, 2010 6:56 pm

Well, I think it's not much. I really think that's very few hours. But, the problem is that I don't have the time I'd like to have, and of course, there are other things to do in 24 hrs.
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Post by Chang » Wed Jun 30, 2010 6:58 pm

RazielSR wrote: But, the problem is that I don't have the time I'd like to have, and of course, there are other things to do in 24 hrs.
My cousin once play World of Warcraft thirty hour straight in chinese gaming cafe! They ask him to leave. hahaha. You are not playing so badly.

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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by ggonza43 » Wed Jun 30, 2010 7:00 pm

RazielSR wrote:Well, I think it's not much. I really think that's very few hours. But, the problem is that I don't have the time I'd like to have, and of course, there are other things to do in 24 hrs.
Everybody needs some time off work/studies/whatever you are busy with, and they are free to spend it the way they want. I personally play 1 hour ever 2 or 3 days, and for me it's enough time :). Some other days, I prefer to hang out with friends
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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by Chang » Wed Jun 30, 2010 7:02 pm

I try to play two hour but here in China internet monitor....

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Re: Video Games Topic

Post by RazielSR » Wed Jun 30, 2010 7:05 pm

:lol: chang, your cousin is really mad.

gonza, and add the girlfriend, some sport three days a week, 8 hours working in a computer...I think people should have more free time. Well, i think everybody thinks the same :lol:
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