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Nipah

  • joined Oct 20, 2012
  • last login Jul 30, 2014
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Graphic Designer, video gamer, all around nice, albeit sarcastic, guy.

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You haven’t suffered until you’ve played X-Men on the NES

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Closest I came to playing a DDR game was Bust a Groove.

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THEY BLEACH MY ICE CREAM?!

But seriously… lot of milk + lot of cream + other ingredients + small amount of vanilla (shit is strong, apparently) = white

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http://www.dealzon.com/computers/laptops

But yeah… Dealzon lists a bunch, but I have no idea which are any good for what you’re looking to do.

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USPG5099724

And a coupon for $10 off! So $539.

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There are people that know these things better than I do, but for your needs you’ll want a proper video card (AMD or NVIDIA).

For general use (internet, documents, skype, videos), anything will do really.

For $300 that first one will do all that readily… you’d end up paying more for maybe a smaller footprint or a few ounces less, or a slight boost to the processor and insignificant increase in the already blah graphics card.

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Zoroark

Every damn time.

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You’re gonna need to spend more than $300 on a computer to do video editing or gaming.

You can office and browse just fine, and maybe do some super light gaming (like maybe Plants vs Zombies for 30 minutes), but anything stronger will burn your nads off.

Intel® HD Graphics

Because of that, really.

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http://www.movieweb.com/news/deadpool-movie-test-footage-is-online

In case anyone missed it… seems to be taken down just about everywhere.

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Could be.

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Pfft… You’re no where close to a nemesis. You’re like Vegeta to my Piccolo…

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Sure, if you want something that promises to taste like something, and then just wings it…

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At least with those it was just easier to keep everything inside the original boxes.

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Yeah, they cover the analog nubs.

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Now Lufia games were fun.

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Oh, and for my entry: Starship – We Built This City

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I proclaim this the winning song.

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Seems to still be present, but not as horribly.

If you haven’t played the original, you’ll most likely not notice.

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Only drawback of the PS1 version is the ever-present loading time… mainly when it takes a second to load the menu.

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They’re little paper standees… like cheap action figures I think.

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It’s good for gum.

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Actually, I think I was talking about Lunar as well… which means my mortal enemy is in my room, planning evil things now that it knows how I truly feel about it.

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“How are they not perfect?” “Well, they eventually end.”

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She is pretty badass…

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I got to the final boss and he was like “body attack head attack 4 hand attacks tail attack”, and I slowly got up, turned the PS1 off, took the game out, put it back in the case, put it on the shelf, and never touched it again until I was mailing it off to you.

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Basically, if I find someone who doesn’t like Symphony of the Night or Chrono Trigger, I know they’re my nemesis, and we are bound to die at each other’s throats.

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I’m pretty sure, if given the chance, most fans would rub up on [insert your favorite Stark here]…

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