Well on to the next level with you then.
Originally Posted by Permalost
You are not Pardue!
Originally Posted by Tom .C
You gawdammned kids and your fancy gamespeak...in my day we just had Tetras and PAC-Man. (I blame my violent tantrums in hallways on Pac-Man)
Originally Posted by Vince Tortelli
"Computer games don't affect kids, I mean if Pac Man affected us as kids, we'd all be running around in darkened rooms, munching pills and listening to repetitive music"
Originally Posted by Jiujitsu77
Originally Posted by Humanzee
Originally Posted by jk55299 on Keysi Fighting Method
The real deadly:
16 hours of interacting with World of Warcraft players a day?!
I think we've pinpointed what made the man snap. Not even a Tibetan zen master could stomach that.
Been there, done that, and I'm no Zen Master.
Originally Posted by Shawarma
Thankfully, having a life outside the game makes it much easier not to do that. I play, but I'm nowhere near as addicted as I once was.
Now if they could only come up with a pedometer that gave you in-game XP/rep to spread among your characters...
Did he learn how to hack and bunny hop on there also? What about the zombie levels?
makes sense...that's actually why i've been playing "rapelay" everyday for 2 hours each...
i mean, it helps my jiu jitsu...
That's why I stick to Skyrim. When I have a mental breakdown the worst I'll do is put buckets on people's heads, steal their coin and ride my horse up a vertical cliff face.