2/17/10 at 2:20pm
Posts by Augusto86
2/17/10 at 2:18pm
Quote: Originally Posted by Sherlockian Yup. All seem to be variations on the same theme. All remind me of Hyundai taxis in Seoul, which also have, wait for it, loads of cream "leather", (possibly) fake wood trim, a wide centre console with a couple of armrests and sat nav/computer screen and controls...blah blah. Very nice, but where is the originality? Someone please remove their template and try something...
2/17/10 at 1:32pm
Quote: Originally Posted by Brian SD I meant the graphics, specifically. Those look pretty dated to me - if you had said it was an original Xbox release or the sci-fi sequel to World of Warcraft I would have believed you 100%. Nah, look at Halo 3: Lot less detail in those shots. Hopefully there will be more epic landscapes and skyboxes, which are what really make the series stand apart visually from its competitors...the sense of...
2/17/10 at 12:50pm
2/17/10 at 12:44pm
Quote: Originally Posted by axe Uh... Starcraft? I do enjoy Halo though, I'll pick this one up. Haven't played ODST yet though. ODST was developed out-of-house and IMO isn't worth it. I played at a friend's house and wasn't that interested. Starcraft might be a classic multiplayer game, but you can't come home, flop down on the couch with some friends and fire it up like Halo. And Eason - it's not A watered-down FPS...it's THE...
2/17/10 at 12:17pm
Quote: Originally Posted by RJman Arguing on teh internetz with montecristo#4? If I'm doing that @ 28 I'm going to kill myself.
2/17/10 at 12:12pm
Quote: Originally Posted by Brian SD ... that looks good? If you never enjoyed Halo you're not GOING to enjoy Halo, IMO. If you have fond memories of late-night gaming sessions in school, drinking whisky and driving around like a maniac, doing crazy-ass bombing runs and pulling off 1-in-a-million headshots or 'nades, then you are going to get really hyped about this. Halo has, to me, the perfect blend of accessibility and skill for a shooter,...
2/16/10 at 4:45pm
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2/16/10 at 4:26pm
2/16/10 at 4:15pm
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/16/ny.../16barber.html Quote: Mr. Mancinelli has certainly had many such customers. He started cutting hair when Calvin Coolidge was in the White House. He was 12. The people at the Guinness Book of World Records who concern themselves with such things have proclaimed Mr. Mancinelli, who turns 99 on March 2, the world’s oldest barber. “When I started, a haircut and shave cost you two bits — a quarter,” Mr. Mancinelli told Mr....