- A 32 year old male gamer
- Joined on July 6th 2008, last online 14 hours ago.
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Where've you been stranger? Ain't seen you around for a long time!
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by December 20th.
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by the 20th.
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Reading the arguments here I'm constantly thinking about Bravely Default, have anyone here played it? It has a LOT of voice acting moments both in Japanese and English, and although it's cool at first it becomes so annoying! As the_dengle is saying, I usually finish reading and they are still in half of the dialogue, so I'm constantly pushing buttons to move to the next text. In this...
Oh my I forgot Perfect Dark! =P Ocarina of Time Chrono Trigger Metroid Prime Trilogy Perfect Dark Just to clarify, this are the only games I gave 10, but there are a lot that were so close. Anything above 9.5 is incredible to me, examples are Link to the Past, Wind Waker, Twin Snakes, Resident Evil, Metroid Prime, Donkey Kong Country 2, Megaman X, TMNT IV, Battletoads, Megaman 3, Ninja...
Eye colour: Brown
Hair colour: Brown
Zodiac sign: Capricorn
Favourite Films: The Dark Knight, The Shawshank Redemption
Favourite Food: Pizza
About Me: "Gamers forgot where they came from.They forgot what built the Classical Gaming World and are too intoxicated with its current fragrances and beautiful displays. But the old school smell only decay. The ignorance of gaming's origins and the lashing at the recreation of it is the tragedy of this generation."
Sean Malstrom - "The New World"