Mr. Tact wrote on Nov 13, 2014, 11:37:
Wait, they didn't release on a Tuesday?
El Pit wrote on Sep 12, 2013, 10:25:
Dear WoW, please call again once you're free to play. I might consider dating you then, but don't count on it.
Here's an idea, ActiBlizz: give away the base game for free and make that part (and ONLY that part) free to play. I'm sure a lot of people will bite and give you money for the dozen (or so) of add-ons.
dj LiTh wrote on May 15, 2013, 18:08:
Virtual trading cards....what next virtual pogs?
Minuit wrote on Oct 9, 2012, 21:18:John wrote on Oct 9, 2012, 21:06:They've decided to go in a bit of a different direction with that. It's now a text adventure, and you start just west of a white house.
I wanna play test HL3.
xXBatmanXx wrote on Aug 8, 2011, 15:40:Ratty wrote on Aug 8, 2011, 12:20:kibbled wrote on Aug 8, 2011, 12:01:Wow! ME TOO! That chicken is the best. Always moist and juicy even as cold leftovers. That's an ATK recipe too and one of my favorites. I used a big ol' can of Bud the first time I did it but it was too hard to take it in and out of the oven without it tipping over so when I saw one of those vertical roasters at a thrift store for 5 dollars I went and got it. The ATK recipe has a maple-molasses-mustard glaze. I'll try cramming a potato up there next time I make it.
My favorite BBQ chicken recipe is beer can chicken. The only prep is you coat the chicken in spices and stick a potato in to keep the moisture. I personally use a lemon or apple. Fill a beer/soda can 1/4 of beer and then stick the whole chicken on top of a Beer Can Chicken Holder. You keep the temp at 350 for 90 minutes. All the fat will drip off but the moisture stays in. If you keep a pan underneath the chicken there is no mess.
I do it on the grill outside, as it CAN be dangerous to do in the house. There are numerous writeups about people badly burning themselves and or starting a fire in the house....I know I know....just sayin.
Cutter wrote on Aug 3, 2011, 22:28:
WoW may live for another decade for sure, but as a niche product much like UO. If it's not hemmoraghing customers on a massive scale now it will be soon with SWTOR, GW2, Titan, etc. At this point there's little keeping anyone around WoW except for the social aspect of it, and for the serious raiders and pvpers - a minority.
Quboid wrote on Apr 20, 2011, 11:46:
I was surprised by how bad the DLC is - £1.59 for a gesture? I'll give Valve a gesture for free. That genuinely makes horse armour look like a good deal. However, it's all entirely ignorable so to hell with it, the game's pretty good so far. It was never going to be as good as Portal because Portal came out of nowhere.
Question (spoiler): I haven't finished it yet so maybe this is explained, but how come the protagonist is back in Aperture's labs? I assumed I was a completely different character until GlaDOS recognised me.