WolfpackN64

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    WolfpackN64
    • A 24 year old male gamer
    • Belgium
    • Joined on January 24th 2014, last online 1 day ago.
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    < Flilix posted something on WolfpackN64's wall:

    I saw your post in which you mentioned that you're in a literature and languages faculty. So I was wondering, at which university do you study? Maybe we've passed eachother already without noticing .

    I study at UGent, and more specifically, I study ethics at the moment.

    on 25 February 2018

    I study history at UGent.

    on 25 February 2018

    Then you're a fellow Blandino, well well :)

    on 26 February 2018

    < aikohualda posted something on WolfpackN64's wall:

    Let me hear you say, this shit is bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S!

    < Teeqoz posted something on WolfpackN64's wall:

    Remind me again, when was the last time austerity measures actually helped as a means of reducing national debt? Hmmm...

    When it's just trimming fat, it usually works. When you're cutting essential social structures, it will fail.

    on 08 June 2017

    Hehe, by the definition of austerity ("difficult economic conditions created by government measures to reduce public expenditure.") I'm not sure you could apply it to just trimming fat.

    on 08 June 2017

    Austerity is mostly used in the context of cutting the state budget, but most austerity measures in the EU recently have indeed been more of an attack by machete then a "trimming of the fat".

    on 08 June 2017

    < Teeqoz posted something on WolfpackN64's wall:

    I bet your favourite book is Atlas Shrugged, isn't it?

    My favorite book to start a campfire with :)

    on 30 July 2016

    < noname2200 posted something on WolfpackN64's wall:

    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!



    http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=210705

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    Write 78

    RUMOR - A NEW Hope - Decanonization of the sequels possible

    in Movies Discussion on 10 July 2020

    This entire rumor is just preposterous wishful thinking. ...

    Write 40

    The cloud streaming service Google Stadia launched in November 2019. How do you view its current chances for commercial success?

    in Sales Discussion on 22 June 2020

    I think Stadia is THE example why an all streaming gaming platform doesn't work from the ground up. Paying Google money to lease a server and paying each publisher money to stream titles is frankly stupid and more expensive then buying a console and games. Just paying for Stadia and buying the games might be an uncertain investment with Google's reputation and in time, a Stadia subscription is...

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    Why the PS5 should be backwards compatible with all Playstation consoles

    in Sony Discussion on 16 June 2020

    victor83fernandes said: WolfpackN64 said: From a technical standpoint, the PS5 is more then powerful enough to properly emulate PS1, PS2, PS3 (going by RPCS3) and is architecturally extremely compatible with the PS4. The only reason the PS4 might be an issue is that the PS5 will probably use a newer version of FreeBSD (and thus newer, incompatible software libraries). But there...

    Biography

    Occupation: Student

    Education: High School

    University: UGent

    Height: 5'7

    Eye colour: Brown

    Hair colour: Ginger

    Relationship status: Partner

    Game Stats

    • 40 total number of games
    • 0 games in common
    • 8.2 average game rating
    • X360 favourite console (10 games)
    • Shooter favourite genre (14 games)
    • 53% of games completed