- A 23 year old male gamer
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- Joined on October 20th 2009, last online 5 days ago.
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Season's greetings! I would like to personally invite you to join this year's PC Secret Santa event, thread link below. Please drop by and help us make this holiday season a bit more merry for everyone. Looking forward to seeing you there!
So you think that Rayman doesn't take cues from angry birds just because it is an older series. How is that logical? Series take inspiration from other series all the time. Castlevania CotM, which I am playing right now, takes from Super Metroid, though it wasn't always the case and both were different prior to Symphony of the night.
Keep in mind I only played Origins...so the following Rayman games could very well change my opinion on the above.
Of course it's always Rayman, but some minor adjustments in the art style made me feel that they were looking for the effect I noticed when looking at the latest preview.
Hello, I wanted to reply to your comment to me in a closed thread.
We're not talking about 12 months off from a career. Women choose to be mothers, i.e. careers which allow them the freedom to raise their children in an active manner.
Generally this means staying home from 0-5 years old, and sometimes indefinitely.
It means they choose flexible careers wherein they can possibly make it home by the time their kids are off school.
It is also a documented fact that females are not leaders. They are social creatures who live on appeasing everyone, rather than LEADING. This is very problematic in leadership positions when people are looking at you for answers. You can't say "Well Bill, what do you think we should do? And you, Dick? Sally, you?"
Decisiveness and clear vision are vital, and this is a rare trait in women.
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I've got to go with Super Mario Maker. Although it loses a little bit of that Mario magic by not having the classic offline single-player, the replay factor is absolutely incredible with all of the maps being made. That being the case, it certainly loses a little respect for allowing bogus levels to get on your expert challenge (i.e. you die instantly because you didn't move, hidden blocks that...
Well son of a bitch. Just saw that spoiler. Oh well...I'm sure it will still be excellent. Waiting until probably next weekend to see it though....
Education: Accounting Major; Finance Minor
University: St. Cloud State University
Eye colour: Hazel
Hair colour: Black
Zodiac sign: Gemini
Favourite Games: Super Mario Bros
Red Dead Revolver
Favourite Music: Dream Theater
Ben Folds Five
Favourite Books: The Wheel of Time Saga
Dan Brown Books
Favourite Food: Pizza
Macaroni and Cheese
Hobbies: Video Games