The lights are on
Do you like My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic? You aren't alone, as many others do too. Are you a brony who uses GIO? Then this is the place for you.
I'd go for Columbia. Rapture reflects the man who made it a little too much, but I think Columbia has a shot of surviving. Besides, I'd have *sunglasses* airtime.
... Couldn't live with xenophobia... Couldn't live with insane mutants... I choose both, so that I could make columbia fall, and sink rapture.
Fear My Strings. Fear them.
-_- I CAN'T GET NO...SATISFACTION.
Columbia seems like a nice place to live at. Except for when it isn't.
The champions come together and a new battle ensues!
You'd think you were in heaven. Until your eyes adjust to the light.
Law & disorder
I still say Rapture. Mostly because it is the city of heavy irony (named after a religious event, yet founder is an atheist).
"You'd think you were in heaven. Until your eyes adjust to the light."
was that an in game quote? because it was brilliant.
Yes. Yes it is.
I take it's well hidden then?
Hm.... The Trading Card Collectors Tin Gift Set looks a lot different than I imagined...
A lot more like a statue...
Oh, DefeatDeception, don't you realize?
....It's magic. :P
Seems normal to me.
Ok, so I just finished all of the New Vegas DLCs today (Lonesome road was my last one), and I have to say that it was tough. I think Dead Money was tougher in terms of all the general hazards and everything. Old World Blues was infuriating beyond all reason (those damn robo scorpions/trauma harnesses), and Honest Hearts was probably the most... mellow(?)
Anyway, forward onto the Hoover Dam!
My only experience with New Vegas was at a friend's house, and it involved a VERY long dialogue section with robots. Luckily I had played Fallout 3 before that, otherwise that may have turned me off to the game series for a while. The dialogue was clever and funny, but dragged on for a bit too long for my taste. I do know, however that you can gamble in that game through my friend telling me his experiences with a character built with Luck at 10. Lol.
But tough? ....The last tough game I've played was Ninja Gaiden on my Wii. I should have taken Birdemic's warnings to watch out for birds more seriously! Before that I played Castlevania, another hard game. I'd been playing some classic games, which I had missed out on for a while!
Now, I'm playing Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, or at least trying. It's a bit confusing at first, but I feel like I'm getting it, and it's really fun! I'm still intimidated by all the different types of weapons and armor though. If you guys have any tips I would sure appreciate it, lol. And I guess you can play online, which I have yet to do, but I hear multiplayer is the best part of the game, so there is still much to see! Right now, this game is the only thing keeping me from playing Bioshock Infinite, but that's next on my list! I've heard so many good things about it. What's your guys' experience with it if you've had one yet? I'm looking forward to digging into it.
Wow... I guess long posts are easy when the alternative is homework.
Just finished Bioshock: Infinite today. Definitely don't want to spoil it for you but what I will say is it's one of the best games I've EVER played. I haven't played the other Bioshock games, but the first Bioshock did come with the PS3 copy of Infinite and I'm looking forward to playing it.
Also, earlier I said something along the lines of, "Ya, I'd live in Columbia because that stuff seems fine to me." Ya... I hadn't REALLY seen Columbia, that ain't me. I don't want to come off as racist or anything.
Anyway, what have you guys been up to lately?
Trying to decide whether to play New Vegas on hardcore using a melee character, or stick with my trusty hunting shotgun.
And cramming for finals I'm totally not prepared for, and trying to find some new good music.
vegas on hardcore with a melee character? have fun breaking your limbs all the time. Stick to the Boomstick.