In no real order
Lestat de Lioncourt : Anne Rice's Interview with a Vampire (the movie as well, what a great ending)
King Arthur as portrayed by Stephen R. Lawhead
Jean Luc Picard
Search found 46 matches
- Tue Mar 03, 2009 3:20 pm UTC
- Forum: Forum Games
- Topic: Maximize the post:views ratio! (if you look, you must post)
- Replies: 36944
- Views: 2432550
Viewed, and posted.
- Tue Mar 03, 2009 3:10 pm UTC
- Forum: Movies and TV Shows
- Topic: South Park vs Family Guy vs The Simpsons
- Replies: 66
- Views: 12608
Put them in this order recently: 1. South Park - Getting old, but all of them are, hopefully it will retire before going the way of simpsons. Still funny, outragous, and its social commentary keeps it just a little more intellegent then the rest, even if you don't agree with a word that comes out of...
Honestly the game made me miss the insane number of quests/events you could run into in the first two fallouts. I don't think I had a single moment all game that really made me stop and say wow, such as becoming a porn star in fallout 2 or a boxing master, then having others recognize your acheivmen...
I haven't had my Sup-com out since last year, is there any decent mods for it yet. Not overly concerned about balance, Total Annihilation was always about the crazy numbers of units and massive artillary rather then balance in my games.
- Tue Mar 03, 2009 2:35 pm UTC
- Forum: Gaming
- Topic: Games you can't remember the title of.
- Replies: 1941
- Views: 560408
Okay, I've got one that's been nagging me ever since I started playing The Ur-Quan Masters again.. * Background: PC game, DOS based, or possibly Win'95 * Year: I want to say early to mid-'90s * Perspective: Most interactions were through a faux-interface; your screen contained the interface for som...