brevel_monkey wrote:If I get addicted to WOW, my boyfriend will be VERY unhappy about it.
Sky wrote:I am addicted to Word association. (This month) Everytime my phone blinks with a new reply I can't help but respond. Then I think of words all day long.
And if it goes too long without a response I get the shakes.
Last week I must have used the word 'bleak' 100 times. Never used it before in my life. Today my word is 'eclectic'
Weird I know
fuse wrote:Never played WOW. It seems pretty consuming and isolating unless your friends play it, too. Other than that, I can't really recommend for or against it.
Have you played Civilization 4 or Civ 5? They are pretty fun. And have you already played the Final Fantasy classics? I recently played them for the first time and they're pretty awesome - especially IV, V, and VI.
PavlovianModel146 wrote:I'm on FF X-2 right now. Everyone's in bed when I get home, so I play maybe twenty minutes per night, unless I am on a quest that takes longer...most don't.
Why is everyone on it about Rikku, anyway? I'm not the type to shave the carrot to video games...at all...lol...but, if I had to pick a, "Most attractive," drawing, it would be Paine.
MathIsACircle wrote:Because Rikku's the most accessible/popular...I mean, why else would she be the one to give a massage...in a video game...I'm still confused as to why they included that.
Anywho, VII was the best, hands down. Graphics are not exchangeable for quality of story. I mean, I only played a total of maybe 24 hours of X-2--left the rest to my friend so I could get back to Armored Core Silent Line, because someone had taken FF and turned it into the Powerpuff Girls with summons...oh wait, they're Aeons now...
Armored Core For Answer consumed a good portion of my life for a while...but damn, was I good at that game online.
Mr. Kebop wrote:Yeah, clearly FFVII was just...really perfect...everything just came together so nicely, they really spent a lot of time on that one, it was meant to be something incredible and it was.
FFVIII was the one with the whiny protagonist. Not my favorite. Still the cinematic sequences in this one were actually the most beautifully done out of any of the Final Fantasy games. FFIX was the "cartoony" one. I actually thought this one was great. For me it least, it carried a great deal of charm.
Hahaha so brooding (reminds me of some of the people here lmao), that's how the Japanese like to portray their heroes, either that way or the complete opposite, "nothing gets them down" sort of attitude.
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