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Offline Colonol Dekker

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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
Yeah but i mean independant guns, In Shadow warrior etc, you can only do two of the same, Dual wield implies two different guns.
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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
Maybe for you it does. Dual (2) wield (hold in hand and use to eviscerate enemies), anyway, worng thread for the dual wield discussion, although that in and of itself is a bit of a guilt pleasure, even if its not the most effective way to kill things in Halo 2, I still always do it so I can cackle about being proud and havign machine guns :)

My living room on game nights is a wee bit psychotic. A slightly overweight, middle aged guy sittign the corner chair, giggling when he picks up the second machine gun.

Fun times. Yeah, that qualifies as a guilty pleasure....
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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
Slightly overwieght middle aged guy?


Anyways speaking of which >>

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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
SLIGHTLY, I said! I am just big boned!

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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
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They're funny................Cant remember the name but theres one based on a successfull manga book series, (of course that narrows it down) Not Azu Manga Dayoh.

DNA^2 or somesuch. IIRC.

They've got themed quizzes for a few different shows too.

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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
My friend had Soldier of Fortune and its sequel. I'd try to see how badly I could blast enemies and then their corpses..  :nervous:
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My friend had Soldier of Fortune and its sequel. I'd try to see how badly I could blast enemies and then their corpses..  :nervous:
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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
I love playing Re-Volt. A fun little RC racing game from 1999, probably one of the most fun games I've ever played :)

 

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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
Heh, that and Airfix Fighters are still 2 of my favourite games ;)

 

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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
I should mention another thing I spend a lot of time with: making games glitch. The Deus Ex games are the main sources of fun in this respect; for example, I have spent many, many hours trying to get Paul to fall into the elevator shaft during the hotel fight, getting various people stuck inside doors (which is common to many games), getting the civilians in Trier scared of mice or using a vibrating corpse as a catapult to fling stuff around. The Thief, Jedi Knight and Splinter Cell games as well as most RTSs also have a number of possibilities for screwing around with the AI.

Actually, I did something rather cool with the collision physics in FS2 just a few days ago. I need to post a short video clip of this effect sometime.

 

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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
Jedi Knight glitches? Like what? I played that game quite a bit back in the day. If there's anything like the tricks from that Deus Ex site it should be good for a laugh. Do share.
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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
I think we've strayed from the intended purpose of this thread again  :nervous:.
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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
My friend had Soldier of Fortune and its sequel. I'd try to see how badly I could blast enemies and then their corpses..  :nervous:
;7 Same here. Too bad I've never played the sequel.  :sigh:
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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
I think we've strayed from the intended purpose of this thread again  :nervous:.

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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
Possibly. But did you ever herd a hundred innocent civilans into a corner and torch them with flame throwers in Syndicate?
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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
Well, Minigun was the weapon of choice, though that might have been Syndicate Wars, too long ago to remember ;)

 

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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
Yes but if you used flame throwers they did the walking around on fire thing.
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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
LOL Yup, I remember that, it was also fun to plant explosives near crowded areas and collapse buildings on people, though I'm not sure how politically correct that would be considered these days :D

I always had a devil of a time converting enemy agents using the converter gun, it never seemed to work no matter how carefully I sneaked up on them :(


 

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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
Probably a bug or a gameplay oversight. For the most part Syndicate was a nice game engine in search of a game. Like most Bullfrog games actually.
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Re: whats your guilty gaming pleasure?
I remember I'd self destruct my own soldiers because they'd blow up muuuch bigger. They'd take town entire city blocks onto unsuspecting civilians. I think I was a sadistic kid..

It's not really so much a "guilty" pleasure, but like CP enjoys glitching games, I like trying to sequence break them. Obtaining some item long before I'm supposed to can yield interesting results. This is mostly for console games, however, like Metroid.  :nod:
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