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GorgorothX: Hey! I am subscribed to you on youtube! Great vids, dude ;)
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karacho: thank you, so the CarnivorousFilms is your channel? i only watched "the runner" so far, i felt as out of breath as if i was running myself, its not french connections, but its a great step in the direction ^^
heh heh thanks! I shot and edited that whole thing in one day. Something I am quite proud of. Great to see you on GOG... I only joined a few weeks ago, although I've already purchased like 10 games here ;)
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Andy_Panthro: Miiiiinecraaaaaft!

I fear I may be getting slightly obsessed with it.
I totally forgot, I'm currently playing Minecraft as well. I think I forgot to mention it because I play it so often that it's just as regular to me as RL. That's sad. lol
Post edited October 16, 2010 by GorgorothX
Divine Divinity and Painkiller
Oni, Halo, Puzzle Quest 1, Prototype, Mirror's Edge, Nightmare Creatures, Resident Evil 1,2,5, Zombie Driver, Doom 3, Street Fighter IV in no particular order....
Soul Reaver 2 (PS2)

Continually: Team Fortress 2 & Silent Hunter III
... playing? ... games?
I was told to finish at least one game before years end...

So I have about 8 hours into DaO
Septerra Core and Phantasmagoria.

After these - Divine Divinity.
Final Fantasy XIII. Just passing time before Fallout: New Vegas and Fable 3
Left 4 Dead, Darkstone, Tomb Raider 1 and Dead Space.
Let's see...

Starcraft, with a real life friend over battlenet.

Starcraft 2 against computers or online friends. Not too fond of playing against random strangers.

Fallout: On again, off again. Right now I'm not entirely sure where to go.

Men of War: On again, off again. It's starting to get difficult and I'm still in the russian campaign.

Praetorians: On again, off again. I find it entertaining and frustrating at the same time.

S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Shadow of Chernobyl: It feels a little buggy and the guns aren't that accurate. Pick it up anytime I feel like shooting stuff or sneaking around, drop it when the RTS bug bites.

Delta Force: Old classic. Play it when i feel like shooting at stuff but you can't save in missions and you get killed easily if you don't know where they're shooting at you from. On again, off again and has no story whatsoever, just a string of missions, so i never feel like I'm lost or have to remember anything.

The Battle for Middle Earth: Just made it to Helms Deep. It's an entertaining game, my most recent install and the one I've been devoting most time to.

Bejeweled 2: The wife likes it. I play it when she's asleep and feel like killing time though. :)


I've noticed that having a whole bunch of different games of different genres helps me have something for however I'm feeling like playing. The caveat is... I rarely ever finish anything! Bit by bit... how long will it take me to finish them all? and the backlog... good lord... and I'm seriously considering picking up yet ANOTHER genre.

I don't need any more games. What I need is time! TIME!
still playing through baldur's gate. Next i'll probably be playing fallout new vegas.
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El_Caz: I've noticed that having a whole bunch of different games of different genres helps me have something for however I'm feeling like playing. The caveat is... I rarely ever finish anything! Bit by bit... how long will it take me to finish them all? and the backlog... good lord... and I'm seriously considering picking up yet ANOTHER genre.

I don't need any more games. What I need is time! TIME!
This is so true, and I think it's a pretty common issue. Not that it offers any help, but at least your not alone with this. :P
Icewind Dale right now. Planescape Torment after I finish.
Started playing Serious Sam: FE last night. Played till my arm, wrist and hand were unresponsive . . . =)
- Fallout 2
- TDU
- Rocket slime.