Mar 31st 2007 3:46AM Finally a WoW movie that doesn't have rock music!! /end-sarcasm
I like. The clips from the other games seemed more like fillers and didn't really belong. The effects were pretty cool, fitting in with the whole Trance theme. Well done!
Dec 21st 2006 1:14AM @ 16:
I was wondering the same thing. Seems like there are tools in the program, like tools in a 3d program, to create pretty much anything you want.
Dec 1st 2006 2:22AM I've had my N52 for almost 2 years now, I've been playing WoW for the past 1.5 years, and I've been using the N52 for about a year now. I honestly don't know why I didn't realize it's potential earlier. To this day, I'm still making the most out of its functionality with the addition of my Logitech MX500 mouse. I have the middle mouse button which acts as the Shift key, and that alone gives dual-function to the buttons on the N52. (I don't use the r/g/b modes)
Since I use a Mac, I have 3/8 mouse buttons mapped for Expose which aren't recognized by WoW, but the possibilities are [not necessarily] endless, but you get my point.
My main is a rogue, and without the N52, I'd honestly suck. Ii give props to other rogues who stick to a regular keyboard and mouse.
N52, don't WoW without it!
Nov 28th 2006 3:36AM I second the Talent Preview.
Riddle me this though....why doesn't someone make a Talent preview add-on??? I actually would be surprised if there is one; I haven't researched before posting this. Given its popularity, Blizz would have no choice but to implement it like they did some CT Raid features.
Nov 22nd 2006 7:41PM With the PS3 able to run Linux, and this ban lifted, theoretically, do you think it would be possible to install and run WoW on a PS3??
Nov 20th 2006 3:03PM This is why people with common sense didn't subject themselves to getting shot, getting trampled, running into poles, or cold-ass temperatures (in some parts of the country). And yes, give Sony some time to work out the kinks and smooth out the edges, then we'll see the true potential of the PS3.
With the advent of update-able consoles, do you think the big 3 have been lax in finalizing all aspects of the system? "If it doesn't work now, we can always fix it later." My Gamecube, still to this day since 2001, occasionally makes clicking noises, I assume, while accessing or purging a large amount of memory, sometimes causing the game to crash. If this wasn't an isolated incident, say a firmware problem (buffer overflow?) for example, then I could just get a firmware update. However, since I can't simply download a firmware update for my GCN, I'd have to buy a new one. See where I'm going with this?
Nov 16th 2006 2:08PM Happy Birthday to THE man! Here's to another 54 years!!