Feb 17th 2011 1:47PM Yeah, saying that it's Fox News is just as irresponsible as the reporting. Joe Leiberman led the charge against video games in the 90's, as did Tipper Gore. There are attacks on video games from both parties.
Dec 23rd 2010 12:30PM Thank you sir, may I have another?
Dec 23rd 2010 12:22PM I love giveaways!
Dec 8th 2010 12:54PM You will be mine, oh yes, you will be mine.
Dec 8th 2010 12:37PM I would very much like this card please, thank you.
Mar 2nd 2010 5:06PM The fastest way to install WoW on a new computer?
If you have an external hard drive or even an Ipod set to mass storage mode, you can simply copy your wow folder onto the hard drive, and then copy from the hard drive onto your new computer (or even play the game right off of the hard drive).
You are looking at 10-20 minutes total (assuming you have USB 2.0). Much faster than downloading, or installing from CD's and then patching.
Feb 26th 2010 3:39PM Can anyone tell me what sword the guy is carrying in the second video?
Nov 11th 2009 8:11PM Not sure what you did to upset clint, EXP.... but just let it be known, that you aren't the one looking like a complete whack job.
Feb 2nd 2009 6:25PM Onboard 7.1 soundcard for my itunes, running through a stereo receiver. 5.1 soundcard for the in game sounds, running through speakers built into my monitor, and vent running through a USB headset. Lets me easily set volume independently for everything depending on what I'm doing.
Dec 18th 2008 6:41PM I just recently copied my wow folder to my ipod and uploaded it at work. I play occasionally in windowed mode, with the window shrunken down to about 6x8 or so.
I reccomend the external hd/ipod solution to anyone who doesn't have admin access on their computer. It really is just drag and drop and you can play.
Another issue that is easy to get around is when you open the game and the launcher decides that you need the newest patch (can't install it w/o admin access) just use the wow.exe file to open the game and not the launch file.