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    Re: "too much" video games???

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    The FO4 wasteland is a brutal place
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    Those damn deathclaws, man. They'll ruin your day.
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    Re: "too much" video games???

    I wonder what they got planned for that "Shadowrun Online" I've heard rumors about........ or "Camelot Unchained" thats in the works....
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    Re: "too much" video games???

    well.... although I am having some vid issues with it.... I finally picked up (again) Zanzarah for my PC... its a take on "Pokemon" where one uses faeries instead of "pocket monsters"...
    now, it does seem like a girl's game, but I like it...
    whats your take on that, Programs? ('cause like others have asked... why cant women play boys games???)
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    "Who's the more foolish? The Fool? Or the Fool who follows him?" - Obi-wan "Ben" Kenobi

    "In servitutem redigi non recuso" - Latin (translates to "I refuse to be dominated.")

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    Re: "too much" video games???

    just got a chance to sit down on this...
    but last weekend I got a chance to try one of the newer NCSoft games... "Blade and Soul"... now it does have a heavy "Chinese/Korean" influence.. but its GREAT..
    awesome graphics (anime-like... cant go wrong with that), nice control layout once you get the hang of it... and a rather arresting story...
    it should be going public now.. so check it out...
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    "In servitutem redigi non recuso" - Latin (translates to "I refuse to be dominated.")

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    Re: "too much" video games???

    heh.. just remembered this... I think I was in high school when it was printed initially...
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    "I live in freedom, under my own flag." - Captain Harlock

    "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." - Arthur C Clarke

    "Who's the more foolish? The Fool? Or the Fool who follows him?" - Obi-wan "Ben" Kenobi

    "In servitutem redigi non recuso" - Latin (translates to "I refuse to be dominated.")

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    Re: "too much" video games???

    At the weekend I've played Resident Evil 2 Revelations (PS4). 12 hours. But couldn't finish it. Too much Zombies

    One of my next games will be RE 7.

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    Re: "too much" video games???

    Lately, i've been into "7 Days To Die" and "How To Survive 2" on Xbox one.

    In my blue pill days, i wouldnt have the time or money to sit down and enjoy such things, as i was too busy chasing, or trying to keep a woman. Some might say i gave up, but I would say that i liberated myself from traditional values and social expectations.
    I refuse to be a part of the Three Ring Circus: Engagement ring. Wedding ring. Suffer ring.

    You can't be king of the world if you're slave to the vag.

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    Re: "too much" video games???

    I stumbled over the Witcher 3 GOTY a month ago and played some but for now I am too busy playing with that little Raspberry Pi on my desk.

    I have not much idea about programming and I am slowly working trough the tutorials .. but so far I really like it.

    iPhone - Internet - DynDNS - Router - Port Forwarding to Raspy - turning on relays by pushing buttons on the iPhone. Pretty neat.

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    Re: "too much" video games???

    heh... been playing Pokemon Go on my smartphone for almost a year now....
    at least it gives me the excuse to go out and get some exercise.....
    "I live in freedom, under my own flag." - Captain Harlock

    "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." - Arthur C Clarke

    "Who's the more foolish? The Fool? Or the Fool who follows him?" - Obi-wan "Ben" Kenobi

    "In servitutem redigi non recuso" - Latin (translates to "I refuse to be dominated.")

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    Re: "too much" video games???

    I've been a longstanding member of the Arma community under the nick nettrucker. I discovered Operation Flashpoint in 2001 and it got me hooked. It was the first open world sandbox game I ever played. It was pretty much the only game I played. I got furthermore fascinated because the game had a mission editor and was mod-able. I was just fascinated by it that I learned how to use it and created my own missions. The editor was kind like a drug. LOL

    Here's a video trailer of a campaign I did for ArmA 2 called Hammer of Thor. It has custom speech and radio files and a custom soundtrack.



    cheers

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    Re: "too much" video games???

    @natural
    Come to think of it.. gotta learn dromed cause I got a nice idea for a fan mission for Thief 2

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    Re: "too much" video games???

    Great to hear Eiji. I guess it's going to be fun to learn how to use the editor for sure. Modding a game or making custom missions is a real fun hobby. I gotta watch some videos on Thief. I heard about it but I've no idea . . . never played it. Too little time on my hands. I'm really sorry but I'm neck deep into releasing a 19 mission pack for ArmA 2 CWR MOD and I'm doing it together with a friend of mine and bringing that to a release is my first priority when it comes to gaming. Most of my free time I'm dedicating myself to play drums and making music with friends. That is what I love doing most. I'm too busy with my current projects. There's simply not enough time left to do more things that I'm already doing.

    What about you? Are you learning to design in the dromed editor? I takes some time and dedication but I'm pretty much sure that you could handle it. I don't know anything about other game engines and the possibility to MOD. I'm only familiar with ArmA series.
    Cheers

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    Re: "too much" video games???

    Quote Originally Posted by Isaiah4:1 View Post
    Cool, right now I'm playing Call of duty World at war, MW2, MW3, MW4, Battlefield bad company, BF3, BF4, Crysis, Crysis Warhead, Crysis 3, GTA V, Hitman Absolution, and Arma 3.

    God, what a miserable Peter Pan life. I think I'm going to go posture and put on a show to secure the oh so precious cell phone number of a chick so she can bless me by taking me to such exciting places such as the mall to carry her numerous bags in exchange for cadaverous, "take-a-number", subway turnstile, McDonalds Drive-thru sexual rations!

    If you're into Destiny on ps4,give me a pm.There are certain parts of the game that can't be done without online help, from other players; sometimes 6 players needed, and they are hard to find.Ive done most of the game, including the four expansions,in story mode, but missing the big boss battles.Not easy to find 5 guys that wants to play with you at the same time.....LOL

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    Re: "too much" video games???

    An tinder match confessed she plays farmville every morning before work. I didnt think anything of it, but after a sleep-over she showed me her account: and she is a quad-billionaire (as are her online friends) But, our culture won't admit that women play online games, &/or excuses it. Instead: it is saving all their Blaming & Shaming for males.

    pffff!

    It's too much when it: Gets you down mentally; Causes poor physical health; or Gets in the way of your goals (imo.)
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    Re: "too much" video games???

    Hi guys

    I m curious and I wanted to ask you guys a question. Are any of you into the ArmA series? I saw on the ArmA forum a Chairborne and he has the same avatar I believe. I got pretty much hooked on that series because the freedom when playing this game is great. being a sandbox game it's different to a corridor shooter. Arma games are flawed under a lot of aspects because it is one of the most ambitious games I've ever played. I learned to find workarounds when designing missions but the AI is simply too unpredictable. Ai driving is a mess they couldn't fix the issue since they started with OFP in 2001. I personally believe that the AI will never be 100 % accurate and reliable due to the different nature of the game. In any case I'm just curious if there are any of you who ever played that game.
    Cheers

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    Re: "too much" video games???

    I remember that ap. 25 years ago my mom told me quite angrily:


    You can not sit in front of a stupid TV-game all of your free time!
    Get out, go out, do something.























    Well mom, ... here is my gaming / recreation / home office setup in the office on the ground floor of 2017:

    From the left to the right:
    Thinkpad Mobile Workstation, PS 4 atop of Xbox One, next Xbox360 on top of (older) gaming PC (GOG), iMac and Lenovo Yoga

    Under the TV there is an Recalbox (Raspberry Pi3 running Emulator for all old consoles), AppleTV and FireTV.





    I will update the "good MGTOW life" thread and decided to take a picture of my gaming setup for it.
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    Re: "too much" video games???

    The real reason for whining about playing computer games, imo, is that they either feel that video games are for children, which is just not true, pr they want all men to work twenty four seven for them and only for them. I guess one could say that it's work work work work then after you drop dead it's work some more, then give them all your hard earned money.

    When you get right down to the bare bones, and after you're sifted all the crap, it is always about money.
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    Re: "too much" video games???

    There are more productive things than pure gaming. Me just keeping up the house, terraforming the yard, home improvements, guitar, just being outside and getting sun. Thumbs up to drums and Raspberry PI - I've been wanting to get into that - I self studied electronic circuits back in the 80s and things have progressed quite a bit since 555 timers, logic gates, and op amps
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    Re: "too much" video games???

    I find I do a balance of gaming and also real world stuff like gardening, hiking, going to the beach. It keeps me grounded with reality but also allows me to escape some of the bullshit from time to time.

    But I have to admit sports that I used to enjoy watching have been worsened as they have been used to push for political correctness. This is why I am gravitating towards watching more esports now as the commentary is purely on gameplay and not socio-economics like some sports have devolved too sadly.

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    Re: "too much" video games???

    I just remembered back when I was thinking about spending some time with this girl. She was worried about a game that wasn't even released yet LOL. She was concerned that she wouldn't see much of me after it was released......in 1 years time bwhahaha.

    Her entitled attitude, rudeness, and promiscuity ensured she was ditched long before that game was ever released though...I am thankful. After her lies about her past, I started googling to understand why and I came across the old Mgtow site...

    She'd been with a lot of bad boys but tried to cover it up...but she had so many men, and was so eager to make a good impression that she got all of their names mixed up one night while reminiscing.

    She tried to contact me years later (I blocked and deleted).
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