Sep 5th 2010 1:45AM /brbgoingtothestoretobuyanewdeskbecausemyheadjustwentthroughtheoldone
Aug 31st 2010 1:20AM BTW I pointed that out because being a Clockwork Orange fan shows you understand how to use sexual-violence as a story telling device, and not just shock-factor.
Aug 29th 2010 10:24PM My thoughts exactly. Said by a man with a Clockwork Orange avatar, at that.
Aug 16th 2010 8:05AM I play for pretty much the same reason as you said. The feeling you get when your raid downs a boss they've been bashing their head against for a few weeks, amazing.
I've made a few friends in my 4 and a half years playing, some of which I've met in RL, some of which I talk to on Facebook on a regular basis. I play the game because it's a social experience, one that few other games can give.
Also, I love Blizzard's sense of humor. It's spot-on perfect to mine.
Aug 13th 2010 1:29AM Billy Mitchell: Still a douche.
Aug 5th 2010 9:27PM @trent steel Well you CAN, but you just can't publish using Blizzard's servers.
Freedom of speech ends when you enter a private domain.
Aug 3rd 2010 12:22AM @Special Agent Bob Why yes they are. Quite a nice touch to add those IMO. I imagine when a zergling goes splat a foot away from your face those wipers will be quite useful.
Aug 1st 2010 8:15AM THAT.
That's the exact "Epic Roman chant" I referred to above.
I mean, the "Latin Chant" in movies is cliche, but that particular song is overused to the point of cliche.
Jul 31st 2010 10:52PM Nothing in particular, but epic Roman choir chants have become way way way too cliche for me.
Any movie, show, or game that has a bunch of people saying syllables in Latin just sounds so damned cheesy.
The entire soundtrack to Gladiator? Fitting and epic. 300? Again, fitting, but getting played out. It seems like every action movie, whether it's set in ancient Greece or Rome has a Latin chant during the epic fight scene.
Equally as bad, and related, is the sorrowful female singing while a character is deep in thought or just had a sad epiphany. I literally just saw this an hour ago while playing StarCraft II. It's a tense dramatic scene and the only music you have is a woman moaning sadly.
It's just getting cliche.