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  1. Merry Birthiversary!

  2. It's actually like Microsoft cares about their consumers for once. Let's hope Sony gets the memo and implements a refund system for the PS4 as well.
  3. I would say Superman 64. I remember renting it several times in a row because I just didn't understand why I was finding the game so difficult. I was only like 10 and I kept wondering if I was just bad at games. That's when I realized that I wasn't bad at the game, it was the game that was bad. So yeah, even though there may be worse games out there, Superman 64 taught me that games could be bad sometimes. So it gets my worst game ever.
  4. Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor's final boss battle. Shadow of Mordor is a fantastic blend of Assassin's Creed movement and Batman Arkham's fighting, with a fleshed out progression system. You spend the whole game unlocking bigger and badasser combat skills all leading up to this final boss battle with Sauron himself. And then you get there and it's a quick time event! You don't actually get to fight him, you press three buttons as you watch a cutscene of him being fought and defeated. Seriously disappointing!
  5. Nostalgia tells me The Rock will always be the greatest. I like some of the more modern wrestlers like Lesnar, Randy Orton, and even John Cena, but late 90s wrestlers will always be better in my mind.
  6. There's a local sandwich shop near me that's been open forever, and I'd have to say my favorite sandwich ever is their Bullet Hero. Spicy chicken, pepper jack cheese, bacon, and French fries, with a special in house sauce, on a toasted hero. Damn now I need to get one for lunch tomorrow.
  7. Like others, social drinking and the bar scene in general. Dark rooms, must so loud you can't hear your own friends, sticky floors, and shoulder to shoulder crowding. Yeah no thanks. Hanging on the porch with a cooler of beer and a card game? Now that's a summer Saturday night!
  8. I don't at all, and that's actually something I intend to improve on now that summer's here.
  9. I don't really trust Bandai Namco fighting games. I stayed away for years after their DBZ games started getting worse and worse. I gave them another shot with Xenoverse but that was so shallow that even the co-op failed to keep me playing. Burning Blood had some fantastic trailers, and as a One Piece fan I was excited as hell for the game. But with the Bandai Namco name and Xenoverse still fresh in my mind, I decided to wait for reviews. I'm glad I did, as you're echoing what I've heard from other sources. A shallow but good looking title that's relying on fan loyalty to sell instead of solid gameplay. I'll be passing on this one.
  10. X Gon' Give It To Ya by DMX. Not even for the joke, I legitimately love this song.
  11. It's hard to choose a top list. DBZ, Yu-Gi-Oh, Gundam and Card Captor Sakura are my nostalgia favorites. Movies I love Akira, Ghost in the Shell, Paprika, and everything Ghibli. Modern stuff there is so much I can't choose, from Lucky Star to Gurren Lagann to Kami Nomi to Kill La Kill. This current season I've been watching Kiznaiver, Netoge, Hero Academia, and One Piece.
  12. You need to find out first if that MacBook has a multi-core processor. Many older games aren't built around that and this can cause a ton of compatibility issues regardless of what version of Windows you're running. I remember having a ton of issues getting Fallout 3 to run on PC because of this. If the game can't run because of that, it may be worth keeping the older laptop. Assuming you don't have those issues, then both Windows XP Home and Pro should work for you. I would go for pro for the power user options and security controls.
  13. I don't understand how many people complain about things they dislike about themselves, but do nothing to fix the issue. I remember being told a proverb once that says "If you're hungry, eat. If you're thirsty, drink." That always just made sense to me. If you have a problem, fix it. So when my friend complains about failing a test he knew was coming up and didn't study for, I don't understand why he's upset. You made the choice to go out drinking. I hope the beer was worth the F.
  14. If we're talking about opening cutscenes, Silent Hill 2 has a fantastic opening that really sets the tone for the entire game. Silent Hill 2 overall is a masterpiece. If we're talking opening sequences of actual gameplay, Mega Man X. It is an incredibly well designed tutorial that teaches you to play the game in an exciting and intuitive manner. I would recommend watching Egoraptor's Sequelitis on this for a better explanation.
  15. Alcohol. I find music is an easy way to improve my mood when I'm feeling down. Especially after a hard day of work, the best thing I can do is to put on some calm acoustic music on my drive home. I always end up feeling much better when I finally get home.