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At 12/2/12 12:19 AM, Klobb17 wrote: I like to think I enjoyed playing The Warriors the most.
underrated game right there. very fun.
At 12/2/12 03:06 AM, Wunderbar wrote: i got attached to pestilence and took me some time to find out it was total garbage compared to the other three.
I really wanted the unicorn, but all the challenges you had to do to get it were just too much.
RDR, still kinda bummed that it hasn't, and probably won't, come out on PC.
Like the fuck rockstar, stay true to your origins. You wouldn't be here to begin with without the support of the PC gamers, and now you treat us like second class citizens. Not very decent behavior, I can tell you that much.
Steam ID | X360 Gamertag: AversiveKnave | ORIGIN: DarkBlue96
At 12/1/12 11:32 PM, TheSporkLord wrote: The one game where you're not a thug killing people in ( insert era here )
So Lemmings you're tech not a thug but you're still murdering or saving them.
I love GTA games, have seen the original PS1 games (I'm getting old). I can literally close my eyes and the opening sequence to GTA1 plays perfectly in my head. The scene, the car, the music. And I only enjoy the series more with each new installment.
However.. I realised the other day when I started replaying Bully (Canis Canem Edit to my UK chums) that I just fucking love this game so much. I remember cherishing it back on PS2 then forgetting it in the wake of other great Rockstar game releases. But coming back to it now I remember how perfect it was, still is. Its actually rather timeless and I loathe so fucking much that there was never a Bully 2. That series is perfect for sequels. Doesn't even need Jimmy or Bullsworth School. Just a new setting, a new character, a new story. Easily could improve from the previous installment. And god, such a waste not making more.