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  1. I'm in the process of switching over to a new account on my PS3. SniperRabbitSly is the name. I play lots of different kinds of games, but you can usually find me playing Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Diablo III and Black Ops 2. I don't have very many games on Xbox One yet, but you can also find me there under The Rise of Sly.
  2. Hey mate, didn't i have you on Facebook ?

    1. ProjectRKA


      Nvm.. just needed to remember how to spell your name xP

  3. Fire_Fly

    Mega Thread Ship the member above you

    Questioner x Lyra
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    Mega Thread Ship the member above you

    renoitseuQ ehT x rerewsnA ehT
  5. Skullgirls: Encore. This re-release has had me religiously watching the Playstation Store, and with all the changes and additions Lab Zero made, I think it was well worth the wait.
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    Gaming Super Smash Bros. Thread

    As much hate as Lucario seems to get, I actually don't mind him becoming a veteran. Actually, he's become one of my favorite characters in Brawl, and I think his moves a a lot more practical than Mewtwo's.... except maybe his side + B move, which is basically another throw. I'm not saying I'm glad he replaced Mewtwo. I liked them both, but I'm not getting my hopes up about seeing Mewtwo again anytime soon.
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    RIP Natasha

    I'm sorry for her, and any family she has. I never knew her, either, but I think of us as one big family, too, and reading things like this never gets any easier. These forums are full of amazing people, and I'm always saddened when things like this happen. I hope she and her family find peace, and it might not seem like much, but I love you all.
  8. I'm a little bit of a newcomer when it comes to tea, so I haven't tried very many, but I love the few I've tried recently. Darjeeling is one of my favorites, and I've had it brewed as both a black and a green tea. There's a shop not far from where I live that sells nothing but tea, and I've been buying a few based on the suggestions of the people working there.
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    Proud or not?

    I guess you could say I'm a proud brony, if only because I've never seen anything wrong with liking MLP. I don't buy into gender roles, and I believe that men and women can enjoy whatever they want, whether it goes against social norms or not. So when I became a part of this fandom, I never tried to hide it from anyone, and I've even convinced a few of my friends to give the show a try for themselves.
  10. Diablo III on Playstation 3. Bring it, Inferno Mode!
  11. I'll play objective-based games just as often, but I like the freedom some games give you. Games that don't give you any goals or objectives are enjoyable to me, because I like getting creative and challenging myself. Usually, in games like Minecraft and Garry's Mod, I'll make up different things to do, and I could play games like those for hours on end, because of all the possibilities. With limitless things to do, and so much freedom, it's like playing lots of different games in one.
  12. Video games have covered so many controversial topics already, and I love them for doing so. I don't believe it's possible to go too far with issues or topics, because I believe in the whole 'video games are art' idea. Art is interpretational, and anything left up to interpretation shouldn't have to be censored, in my opinion, especially where art is concerned. Besides that, video games have handled controversial topics so tactfully that I can't remember ever being disappointed with the way it was done.
  13. I feel like what really ignited the fandom with G4 was the fact that it has so many different things that appeal to so many different people, instead of just appealing to its intended demographic, like the other generations. FiM has memorable characters, movie/TV references that I'd be a little surprised if the target audience understood, objectively funny moments, well-written episodes, and songs with lots of effort and time put into them. The previous generations make it unbelievably clear that the target audience was its only focus, and everything seemed geared toward that, so it was harder
  14. Resident Evil 6. Sure, it's not exactly a horror series anymore, but that doesn't mean I won't still play the extra game modes like The Mercenaries and enjoy 'em.
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    Keep one, Drop one.

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