"I like verbing words. It weirds the language." Calvin
As for which game I've played that crashed the most, well, it's probably Morrowind as well. The expansions weren't so bad, but before those, nearly unplayable for me.
I'd rather pay a one time fee than a yearly subscription, even if that was more than $25. However, even a lower price would keep out most of the internets trash. Considering how the majority of asshats are 18 and under, it'd be difficult for them to secure mommies credit card. Even if they did...
Meh. It's decent and all and could be really fun at times, but there wasn't enough to keep me interested. Mind you, it actually involved strategy and flying around was just :cool:
I wouldn't really get into it again though, especially after they added the expansion.
I have to agree. I quit L2 about two weeks ago and sold my account after reaching level 38, which is a lot of time spent grinding. I realized that the only thing to do was grind. Sure, there are clan battles that will penalize you heavily until the Chronicle 1 patch is issued, one of 12 patches...
Give me a break. You openly acknowledged your disdain towards people who singled out your physical shortcoming and in recognition of its stay as a worn out cliche throw out that oft quoted title, you admitted humoured even you, as a joke. Now, were I taunting you, I could have instead posted...
Get over yourself. I'd never insulted you in the past, nor did I consider this it. If I can recall correctly, you had a rather candour attitude towards that particular title. Forgive me if you can no longer keep up the facade.
In one bunker I stood and stared at the wall. It looked amazing. And it was nothing more than concrete.
Also, I love the blood splatterings. Most notably, after a headshot and there's just a smear on the wall. And as for the player's looking as glazed as a McDonald's commercial burger, well...
You can create subtitle files and manually direct media players like, say, Media Player Classic, to input the subtitles directly into your nonsubtitled clip. I find it works better than having an entire movie, or in this instance, trailer, subtitled.
Hmm, I've got the second trailer in high res. It would be better if they had made subtitle files to download. Those were short trailers.
But thanks, now at least I have some understanding of what was said.
That's one option. But there are programs that compress it to fit on one DVD at little loss in quality. It just takes time to re-encode. But you're probably better off waiting for dual layer burners in this case. UT2004 would be good, but in my opinion, Thermaltake cases are fugly.