May 28th 2007 8:36PM Back when I used to live in Beijing, I'd sell my Gamecards for 150g/piece. Not bad. ^^
Nov 8th 2006 5:22PM At #15
Wow man. Calm down. Nobody cares what your political affiliation is, and if you're truly a Republican I can't understand why the Rumsfeld resignation is a "disaster". He was a horrible Secretary of Defense who frequently clashed with the military brass and made controversial comments. A good portion of the Joint Chiefs couldn't stand him.
As for Mr. Bushnell's comments: He's just stating directly what Microsoft's fanbase is thinking. It's the same argument that's been levied at the Playstation before, and whether or not it's actually valid won't be known until sufficient numbers of the PS3 are available for a market comparison between the other consoles. Maybe he's right, maybe he's wrong, but it's not worth getting worked up over.
This is coming from somebody that owns an X360 and a PS2.
Jan 30th 2006 7:21AM I actually play on a WoWChina Server in Beijing (I'm living overseas in China) and ironically, the fact that Chinese New Year is just getting fired up here means that the WoW Servers are virtually deserted, and hence, it took me hours and hours to find a raid group large enough to take down Omen.
Incidentally: Be prepared for the sloppiest raid encounter you've ever been through; you'll likely be zerging the poor dog, and the fact that the graveyard is literally NEXT DOOR to the raid encounter means that you'll have every single person, regardless of level, in the zone beating on Omen. It gets quite messy, he has an AoE that pretty much one-shots the newbies. ^^