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10-04-2014, 01:10 PM #2601
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- Jan 2013
Better idea: Gorkamorka MMO. Everyone plays angry, suicidal orks with a thirst for blood and a loose sense of camaraderie. Crafting systems let players build towering structures and relatively functional vehicles, except in this case all the giant penises make complete sense.
Everyone to the gronk tower! (see also: Orc Stain)
10-04-2014, 01:47 PM #2602
I'd love a Gorkamorka MMO. Or Necromunda. But neither or those is likely to happen whilst Games Workshop is controlled by lawyers. Still, I'd settle for a good rip off of either. In the meantime I'll be interested to see what Warhammer: Total War turns out like. It's still not officially confirmed (I think) but someone in the outfit once told me that they knew someone working on it and CA bought the rights to it so I think it'll happen.WallyTrooper = TrooperWally
Wally is now on Steam!
10-04-2014, 04:13 PM #2603
The world has lost a great poet.
RIP Warrior.Originally Posted by Kanye WestOriginally Posted by Kanye West
10-04-2014, 08:50 PM #2604
I used to work the switchboard at the "world famous" Cow Palace (on the outskirts of Frisco) back in the 80s. Next to the Grand National Rodeo, wrestling was the biggest, most consistent, draw and I usually got stuck working it.
You would think that once the event started the calls would die down, but that was not the case.
There was an audio feed from the event into the administrative office, where I sat, and it was part of my job to listen to it, keep track of the outcome, and to inform those calling of match results.
The first time I worked it, I was amazed at the number of callers I got. (Mostly prepubescent boys and elderly women.) I would tell them who won the match, but found that the conversation would not end with that.
They wanted to talk, and since I was stuck there, anyway, I would let them.
Wrestling hit the Cow Palace once every couple of months or so, and it became my steady gig.
I actually got to know many of the callers by name, and, though all the conversations began with match results, I found alot of them started to drift into personal life issues.. with most of them boiling down to loneliness.
But today, I was reminded of one kid, in particular, who used to call and lament the fact that he didn't know who his father was, but how he was pretty sure, that it was probably The Ultimate Warrior. I don't exactly recall how he came to this wishful conclusion (it was something weak and wacky.)
Still, a loss.. is a loss, so, my condolences to you, kid.. wherever you are, now.
14-04-2014, 09:05 PM #2605
15-04-2014, 08:46 AM #2606
15-04-2014, 06:27 PM #2607
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- Jun 2013
Lots of Wildstar beta keys available for this weekend if people are interested in seeing the game. Sites where keys are available can be found here
https://forums.wildstar-online.com/f...-1#entry320313"Tread Softly and Carry a Big Gun."
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15-04-2014, 09:08 PM #2608
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- Jan 2013
Was meaning to go back to Wildstar since I was in the winter beta, but apparently that has ended, so it's just weekend betas now. :'(
Still, updated the client so I may well give it another go.
15-04-2014, 10:44 PM #2609
Looks interesting, I'll probably have a look at it at some point over the weekend. Anything to break my current EU4 addiction will be welcome, especially as the hud is starting to burn into my screenPlanetside 2 - Lynche (The 'e' is silent)
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18-04-2014, 03:26 PM #2610
Just watched some of the H1Z1 stream from yesterday.
Good to know the forgelight bugs we know from PS2 are still going strong. At one point the Jeep speeds off and disappears in reverse when he gets out...Originally Posted by CROCONOUGHTKEY
18-04-2014, 03:59 PM #2611
I also loved the part where he flipped the jeep and it exploded.