...they leave Hitchcock, Lovecraft, and King far away on the left field. Doom III is neither a themed game nor it is an unbeaten compilation of renowned gaming components. And it is not a first-person shooter. It's a sheer revolution. A revolution far beyond the FPS genre, it would alter the entire computer games industry.LOL that has got to be the funniest thing I've heard all day
Indeed, Doom III isn't just a revolution in the games industry... it's a global revolution. This reporter expects Doom III to settle millenium-old conflicts and start new ones. Massive climate changes would not surprise me. Doom III is not just a game; it's an alternative energy source. Plants will cease to be dependent on the Sun; they will be fully sustainable through exposure to Doom III running on large monitors (I've dubbed this process "Doomosynthesis".)
Try it on a TRUE hdtv not that compatible crap. At 1920 x 1080i it is breathtaking and a hell of a good time to play even for the non console fps fans like myself.That would be the best way to view it but if you don't have an expensive progressive scan HDTV you aren't out of options. Check to see if your TV has support for s-video or component digital and get the best corresponding cable.
A Stihl chain saw that had cut halfway through his neck from behind was still in his hands, the switch locked open, according to police.
I don't know if I should be disgusted or appauled.Well, you could try appgusted or perhaps disgpauled. Myself I was terroprised (terrorfied and suprised)
yeah, that guy who reached the end of the internet must have seen a lot of freaky shit - tentacle rape porn, fecal fetishes, gay porn, etc, etc.That explains why he sounds so uneasy when he says "yeah, I finished it!"
LOL, that's what I immediately thought of when I saw that commercial. "You must be one sick mother fucka!" =)
Brilliant Digital CEO Kevin Bermeister says computers or Internet connections won't be used without their owners' permission...."This will be an opt-in program..."
There you go. Stop worrying.
lol, i thought it said columbine crackdown too.as did I... oops!
Todd, why don't you read up on Darwin before you start spouting this stuff, 'k? You seem to be lost on the subtleties (and no so subtleties) of natural selection.Actually my science class just covered this, I'm not spouting. This was a critical part of the theory.
His theory was of natural selection. When he wrote about evolution there was little known about genes then. HIs theory was all about survival of the fittest, such as Hairy Animals would survive better in the cold then non hairy ones, and therefor the non hairy animals would die off, while the hairy ones flurished. I do agree with you though, that in order for the thumbs to mutate the gameboy generation would have to pass on its mutation to its offspring, and I highly doubt that this thumb mutation is a mutation at all.Thats right, that is another important part of the theory. According to what my science class just covered, the two key things are natural selection which is what you pointed out, and random mutations which is what I initally mentioned.
"The use of gadgets such as mobile phones and GameBoys has caused a physical mutation in young people's hands, according to a British Sunday newspaper."
physical mutation != genetic mutation
I agree that it's misleading (and misused) language, though.