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39.
 
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Dec 10, 2001, 18:04
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No subject Dec 10, 2001, 18:04
Dec 10, 2001, 18:04
 
What a pissing contest this lot pulled together.

So what if I was 7 or whatever when I played Doom. I played games before then for as long as I can remember. But that does not mean much at the moment.

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Dec 10, 2001, 12:57
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No subject Dec 10, 2001, 12:57
Dec 10, 2001, 12:57
 
I hope this doesn't seem like spamming, but I just want to congratulate every man for putting their heart into the only game that deserves my respect. And I want to congratulate id for being the only company up to the task.

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Dec 10, 2001, 12:54
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No subject Dec 10, 2001, 12:54
Dec 10, 2001, 12:54
 
Yeah, tAE... I never went through Kali but I do remember manually entering IPs from web sites that listed Quake servers. It seemed, though, that I always had a high-end computer. I guess I was a lucky guy.

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Dec 10, 2001, 12:52
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No subject Dec 10, 2001, 12:52
Dec 10, 2001, 12:52
 
Hey, I was 7-years-old when Doom came out, but back before then I was playing games.

I'll have to agree, anyone who wasn't into games even older than Doom (if you want to go that far) is not a gamer. They are just game players.

"To this day, I dream about DOOM, DOOMII,
and Quake maps."

You know what was good about Quake instead of all of those mods was that brown atmosphere. It seems even games nowadays (and this game makes Half-Life seem pathetic) cannot match the atmosphere of Quake let alone Doom.

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Dec 10, 2001, 12:35
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No subject Dec 10, 2001, 12:35
Dec 10, 2001, 12:35
 
I am a secret journalist for the NSA (No Shitty Assumptions) and I know for a fact that the next but hit that has been secretly developed for 5 years is called Duke Nukem and the Taliban. This game is going to be the next big hit in First-Person-Shooters. A new era has arrived that will bring so much depth that you will see the sand fleas on Bin Laden.

As a secret character you will be able to choose Bin Laden for single player or multiplayer. I was in awe when I saw the sand flea attack...

But as you know, I'm not here to preach to you about how good of a game this is going to be. Instead, I'm here to say that all of you are wrong and Unreal 2 is being developed by New Ion Storm with John Romero taking Project Lead. He will make sure there will be plenty of visual effects that somehow make a game good (without any sort of gameplay, of course). John Romero will continue the Unreal tradition by placing Nali healing plants around every corner and behind every rock, and having incredibly annoying A.I. that will chase you halfway across the map before you finally finish it off. And to top it all off, he will place random notes that pop up in the middle of your screen that somehow make this game great (though, my long and hard quest on finding the truth behind all of this madness has been in vein). It seems like John Romero will make another blockbuster this decade.

Instead, you should try Half-Life 2. It will be a great game for sure. Since the tradition will be carried over into Half-Life 2, the game will consist of the following:

1. Scripted events occuring every 5 minutes
2. Barely playable net code (after being fucked over from better ned code thanks to their programmers, but what the heck)
3. Unimaginative and annoying puzzles
4. An annoying set of maps that have been conceived while sitting on the toilet
5. And last, but not least, is the amount of glitches that appear every now and then but you wonder why they couldn't fix them

With all of these features, Half-Life 2 will be a great game to buy for your ex-wife.

All of your entire towel-head bunker base is belong to me.
This comment was edited on Dec 10, 13:29.
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Dec 2, 2001, 06:52
83.
No subject Dec 2, 2001, 06:52
Dec 2, 2001, 06:52
 
Penny Arcade has the most stale humor ever...

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Dec 2, 2001, 06:12
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No subject Dec 2, 2001, 06:12
Dec 2, 2001, 06:12
 
level 25 password is firewire

78.
 
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Dec 2, 2001, 06:00
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No subject Dec 2, 2001, 06:00
Dec 2, 2001, 06:00
 
Let's blame it on Nintendo.

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Dec 2, 2001, 05:53
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No subject Dec 2, 2001, 05:53
Dec 2, 2001, 05:53
 
Christians are damn funny.

It is a sick world out there, and I find christians adding to the annoyance of the general population.

30.
 
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Nov 28, 2001, 13:32
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No subject Nov 28, 2001, 13:32
Nov 28, 2001, 13:32
 
Tribes 1 will not work on my system for some odd reason. I have a Geforfce 2 Ultra, Windows 98 SE, and SoundBlaster LIVE!

Tribes players have always been assholes, but there are a few good ones. The ones on the planettribes board are complete jackass motherfuckin' sandniggers. They would not help me with my problem after asking very politely.

Fuckers...

The future of the Tribes universe will, fortunately, consist of teamkilling and general harassment of other sorts.

153.
 
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Nov 26, 2001, 12:53
No subject Nov 26, 2001, 12:53
Nov 26, 2001, 12:53
 
I was expecting to either get in a good session of trolling or preach about how poor you people have to be in order to steal even a computer game...

This is just too funny.

Have fun guys... I'm the one that ruins your fun on the 'net, you fuckin' theives.

88.
 
No subject
Nov 24, 2001, 14:00
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No subject Nov 24, 2001, 14:00
Nov 24, 2001, 14:00
 
But ehwac (sp?), I forgot how long ago that game was, but nowadays nobody at Raven Software has a second job.

Let's put it this way. We have a guy going into work who's not leaving for another, hmm, let's say nine to ten hours. Now, even if you're not on crunch time, things can get difficult.

I won't reveal names, so let's call him John Doe. John Doe has been working on this one map set (about five maps for a city mission) for a long time. It's not his whole project as a level designer, but he's stuck on this one with all of those bugs.

A lot of those bugs have to deal with triggers having the appropriate trigger ID's, but those triggers won't set off correctly, or not at all, in some cases. John Doe's getting pissed, but he continues to try and find a way to fix these havens of his.

He keeps a cool head and gets the maps done in time.

Now, I'm sure John Doe loves making games, but we're not so sure about this Jane Doe employee.

Here enters Jane Doe. Jane Doe doesn't like making games as much as John Doe, and doesn't have a computer or console at home because she's already on the computer enough at work.

Jane Doe has to put up with an awful lot of problems (let's take the same five-map set scenario that John Doe had to trouble-shoot). I'm sure, as well as you are, that not everyone loves the craft of programming or designing maps for PC titles (or console titles).

If Jane Doe runs into the same problem, she's going to have a little fit, or something else of that nature.

The rest is self-explanatory.

Now take in mind, that a second job won't be helping Jane Doe too much because she's fixated on finishing that five-map set, and getting a few other maps in.

Here comes crunch time, and it's getting worse for a Jane Doe employee. A second Job won't be enough, because that second job is going to be lost if she doesn't clean up her act.

My point is, not everyone can keep a second job, even if they needed it, because the first job is stressing them enough. Coupled with the fact that they're not getting paid.

I did forget the point to where you love computers, and Jane Doe doesn't love computers so much, but not everyone loves computers in the first place. Jane Doe just likes them, she wants a different job, or whatever bullshit women come up with nowadays.

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Nov 24, 2001, 04:12
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No subject Nov 24, 2001, 04:12
Nov 24, 2001, 04:12
 
"/me remembers HalfLife fondly"

/me remembers it being a piece of shit

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Nov 24, 2001, 00:02
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No subject Nov 24, 2001, 00:02
Nov 24, 2001, 00:02
 
"Computers are my life. I will be working with computers until my dying day. Whether I got paid for it or not, I would still be doing it. I might do something else during the day to pay the rent, but at night I would still be at the keyboard, exploring and playing with new ideas."

You have no idea how hard and long the days are on crunch time when developing a game. I know you don't develop games if you think you could take a second job that provided enough for rent, ect...

This comment was edited on Nov 24, 00:03.
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No subject
Nov 21, 2001, 22:31
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No subject Nov 21, 2001, 22:31
Nov 21, 2001, 22:31
 
Hey, 43, good one.

"Feces improved is feces still."

Yeah, that's the game's slogan.

I cannot possibly believe the piles of bullshit these players are tricking you into buying. I personally played this game, and after a few hours of tortue, I could no longer endure. The company is polished bullshit, and the bullshit is still being bought. And you know it gets bad when the engine seems five years past its time. You were right when you said the game looked good on the drawing board. Now all you girls need is a good company to develop...

Hopefully this'll get somewhere, and not some useless flame war (and you know this'll most likely attract some attention).

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No subject
Nov 21, 2001, 22:11
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No subject Nov 21, 2001, 22:11
Nov 21, 2001, 22:11
 
"Ahhh, 1996. A fine year for games. Since you have your turn-based strategy and RPG (kinda) needs met, allow me a few recommendations of other categories for your next visit to that fine store.

You say you like Civ 2 but sometimes it's a bit slow? No problem. Just dive into real-time strategy with another Blizzard classic, WarCraft 2. Putting down yet another orc and dragon wave really kills time while waiting for those wonders to be built.

It may be hard to believe but before Sierra became an obscene milker of the Half-Life franchise and a notorious publisher of unplayable games, they were the creator of several fine adventures. The best one, IMHO, was "The Beast Within". Not only an excellent adventure but the only successful incorpation of full motion video (RIP).

And finally, for the killer in you, a little 3-D shooter called "Quake". The single player game was ok, but the multiplayer rocked. Be sure to get the open GL version. Best of all, it will run and look great on the Pentium 166 and Voodoo Rush card I'm sure you have. When you're ready for 1997, let me know."

A true salesman...

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No subject
Nov 21, 2001, 22:03
95.
No subject Nov 21, 2001, 22:03
Nov 21, 2001, 22:03
 
"I agree with most of what you said, but you sound like a complete idiot with all your spelling and grammar errors. Please learn to write before spewing your ideas."

Hey, grammar nazi, why don't you take your sophomoric ass somewhere else. Hell, is he not writing, by the way. I think it should be "learn how to write" instead of "learn to write," you dumb queer.

This comment was edited on Nov 21, 22:04.
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Nov 19, 2001, 23:03
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No subject Nov 19, 2001, 23:03
Nov 19, 2001, 23:03
 
So, you boys and girls are that excited aoubt this game?

I don't know. Maybe it was playing the same map a hundred times, but I'm not that excited about this whole misconception with the Wolfenstein franchise.

Ok, so what he have here is the believed sequal (not counting Spear of Destiny) of one of the most well thought out games of all time - rather, this genre. But this game... well, I would hate to think of it as a valid coutnerpart for the series.

You know one that that bothers me, though, is the fact that it was boring. The gameplay was monotonous. Simply put: not fun. I know, I know, you guys'll like it. But got computer upgrades to do, so I won't be getting it any time soon. Right now I'm having a field day trying to play online with this connection I just ordered. Damn, is it slow or what.

Maybe I'll get it someday. I know for now I'll stick to CS and DOD.

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No subject
Nov 15, 2001, 18:08
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No subject Nov 15, 2001, 18:08
Nov 15, 2001, 18:08
 
"on par with the demo we got of the new Doom tech"

Sure...

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Nov 14, 2001, 15:12
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No subject Nov 14, 2001, 15:12
Nov 14, 2001, 15:12
 
Or how about Half-Lfe versus the world. Haha, good luck.

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