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I'm doing some trigonometry homework while listening to Ministry. It's approximately 2 am. I don't know why I felt like posting this. :P
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  • Listening to: Ministry - Dead Guy
  • Reading: trig questions
  • Playing: doing trig homework
  • Drinking: Coca Cola

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mr-bigmouth-502
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Nintendo-Dreamer Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
My friend bought an Xbox One and Grand Theft Auto V.  He's been downloading the game for 24 hours, now.

He's at 8%.  :bucktooth:

Remember that chat we had about Nintendo games being way better?  :XD:
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mr-bigmouth-502 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2015
Lately I've really been digging Steam myself. TF2 has gotten an awesome new update recently that adds Quake-style powerups and grappling hooks, Goat Simulator is fun as hell despite its sheer glitchiness, and Shovel Knight is pretty neat as well, though I wish I had a better controller for it. =p I've also tried to get into "I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream", a classic 90s point-and-click adventure, but I've never used SCUMMVM before, and the way they have it set up to handle graphics scaling is just asinine. I wish I had the option to just play using the original engine in DosBox.
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Nintendo-Dreamer Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Ah, I see!  That really does sound awesome about Team Fortress 2.  Glad to hear Valve is hard at work on it.
:w00t!:

Is Shovel Knight tough?
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mr-bigmouth-502 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2015
I'm actually kind of surprised that Valve is still updating TF2. It's nearly 8 years old, and it still has an active community! I bet it'll still be going strong by the time the 10 year mark rolls around.

Shovel Knight is somewhat tough, though I think it's partially because I'm playing with keyboard controls. Also, the movement physics take some getting used to at first, as it doesn't quite feel like a typical NES platformer.
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LupineSnowstorm Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2015
Thanks for the badge!
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mr-bigmouth-502 Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2015
My pleasure. :D
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Nintendo-Dreamer Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
You ever play E.V.O.: Search for Eden on the Super NES?  I was playing it today and thought of you.  It seems like a game you would like.
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mr-bigmouth-502 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2014
I may have played the ROM of it, not really sure. I have played Spore, which is kind of its spiritual successor though. I even bought it on Steam recently. :)
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Nintendo-Dreamer Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
How is Spore, by the way?  Some critics didn't care much for it.

E.V.O. is cool because it's an RPG.  You earn exp. points and evolve your fish.  You choose what kind of tail, fins, jaws, etc. your fish will have--each with their own stats.  It's a lot of fun!
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mr-bigmouth-502 Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2015
From what I've played of it, Spore is pretty fun, though I wish it would go through more of the evolutionary stages, rather than just jumping from single-celled aquatic organisms to bipedal, social mammals.

That pretty much sounds just like Spore, but with an XP system. :XD:
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