The first Silent Hill game did it for me, especially in the beginning where you're walking down that alley. The atmosphere and camera angles freaked me, but it was just a game I had to keep playing.
I've played other "scary" games, but none have scared me like Silent Hill.
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Oct 31, 2009Posted in: General Discussion (non-Diablo)Quote from "scyberdragon" »I HOPE NOBODY GETS A ROCK.
I'm going to hang out and wait for the Great Pumpkin. I know he'll come because I have the most sincere pumpkin patch, and he respects sincerity.
Oct 23, 2009The big deal is that a lack of dedicated servers is having a negative impact on competitive gaming. There are, of course, other reasons, and some good general overviews can be found here and here.Posted in: Other Games
Basically, this is all just a slap in the face to PC users; the series wouldn't be what it is today without the support of PC users.
Also, for you people arguing over the controller vs. keyboard/mouse, take a look at this.
May 3, 2008Kalasyra posted a message on Deeha'Blothri Comic (A webcomic about this forum and it's users)Posted in: Fan ArtQuote from "Siaynoq" »If you have feelings toward any of them, Elfen, I'll totally stay away. But maybe Requiem would be susceptible to my advances.
Oh, so you were the one that asked me out on the reputation thing.
<3 or something.
Apr 24, 2008Posted in: Diablo IIQuote from "Explorer" »Well I thought there was a separate CD of just the songs for diablo. In that case, I guess I like tristram.
Well, there is an OST, but I'd imagine it's just ripped from the game. It's available for download, if you're into that kind of thing.
Diablo II can be found here.
Diablo II: Lord of Destruction can be found here.
The original Diablo and Diablo: Hellfire expansion are available there, too.
Quote from "fbim4" »i dont know what my favorite song is
i like angel of death and raining blood by slayer and a bunch of other songs
I have a feeling I'll be using this image a lot.
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Dec 9, 2009Equinox posted a message on So I wanna conduct this interesting little experiment..Your argument is right out of the textbook... you say everyone is clueless, wrong, stupid, then you say people aren't making sense. You say you don't care then you care, looks like you can't really decide what it is. You're just proving my point. You are a pathological narcissist and you do not deserve any support of any kind (in absoluteness), but you will always be able to manipulate everyone around you, through various ways. You're freaking popular here.Posted in: General Discussion (non-Diablo)
EVERYONE on this forum misinterprets me. EVERYONE. I also know that it's more my concern than their's, and I assume when I post I will not be interpreted correctly because, as far as anyone concerned, as you said, I "seem to have every single fucking concept in the entire universe mixed up in that brain of yours". Oh, but you're somehow different, it's not YOUR problem, it's THEIR problem. You're special, aren't you? /sarcasm
You know what? It's nobody's problem. It's just how it is.
The world is rude? Only because of people like you. And if the world is rude why are you asking everyone to stop being bad to you? You seem to be opposing the rudeness just like everyone else who is responding on your rude comments.
And, in case you haven't realized it yet, rudeness is just that: vague, idiotic comments. Yours aren't any different. If people who comment on you sound stupid, well, guess what, that's how you sound. But it only matters if people are being rude to you, of course. /sarcasm
Nov 9, 2009Posted in: Other Games
Exactly. Most of the people playing around with computers when they were kids in the late seventies to the eighties are grown up now, and that accounts for A LOT of gamers, programmers, etc. If you grew up in the past few years with a computer, though, the age of gamers would seem younger to you.Quote from "Requiem" »Again, the same can be said for console users.
Personally, I think that most console gamers are younger than the PC crowd. Consoles are generally cheaper and more available for those who aren't able to afford and/or maintain a gaming PC; a console game is developed with that console's limitations in mind, whereas PC game requirements can vary quite a bit.
I don't know... I tend to play with people my age and older anyway, so I'm probably just not seeing the younger crowd.
While it's true to say I've not played with every single person on the internet, I still feel I've had enough experience to state my opinion. The notion that you've not met/talked/gamed with every single person on the internet is a gross statement that could be applied to literally everything. For the two months that I spent in WoW I never played with every single sub, but that was still enough to make me cancel.
Aug 11, 2008Thank you all for the warm welcome ... well almost all of you *grins at Linkx as I gleefully type in the same color font* And thanks for the advice about the door. It's always good to know where to find that sucker in case somebody is chasing you!Posted in: Introduction
I agree white grapejuice is luscious. And I would have loved your hair Bambithegreat hehe
Stormcat, your quote is so right ... smiling is infectious!
As for Lord de Seis is there something wrong with your eyes? Can you not read the directions on the back of a brownie box? Can you not turn on the oven? I am sorry you are so challenged, donates $10 to buy you brownies so you don't have to stand on the street corner holding one of those signs. *sweet innocent smile*
Aug 1, 2008Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from "MindLess" »It has fake written all over it guys. I'm surprised it went so unnoticed.
I don't believe this bullshit for a second, and I suggest you do the same.
I dunno why would MTV lie like that?
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