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NWR Mafia Games / Re: Godzilla Mafia Sign-Up Thread
« on: January 15, 2014, 03:09:06 PM »
I'm in.

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Mop it up -- it was NOT Spak's idea, it was completely mine. Your silly, non-sequitur post on the first day led me to believe you were trying a little too hard to look innocent, so I decided to knock you off.

I also need to give most of the glory here to Spak -- most of the strategizing here was all on his part. All I did was choose the kills and try to act innocent.

 This was my first time ever in the mafia, and only my second mafia game (in my first I was knocked off day one). I had a great time, and I'm definitely down for the next one whenever it happens.

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Podcast Discussion / Re: Episode 361: Slap Happy
« on: December 11, 2013, 08:57:31 PM »
I don't quite agree with Jonny's point about game soundtracks; while it may be a niche market, I think there IS the potential for non-gamers to get into game soundtracks if they ever reach a certain level of respectability. I think that any music fan could respect and enjoy the soundtrack of, say, Sword and Sworcery; I've let quite a few friends listen to the highlights of that game's album, and nearly all of them have enjoyed it quite a bit.

You could also take something like the theme to The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly; the song is almost more prolific than the actual film at this point. Of course, gaming has yet to find its Ennio Morricone (although Kondo comes close), but the point still stands -- good music is good music no matter its context.

And as far as the whole concept of the Pokemon soundtrack being a novel idea, that's a load of bull -- all sorts of soundtracks for games have been on iTunes for AGES. Everything from Bastion to Uncharted 3 to Mass Effect is right there at your fingertips; releasing soundtracks in the US is hardly anything new.

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Oh by the way, how's your sex life?

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Yeah but if Khush was Mafia he would have taken advantage of his Investigator status and taken Santa out already. Unless he's lying?...but who knows, honestly.

To quote the great Tommy Wiseau, "You're tearing meh apahrt, Khush!"

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Fine. You seem to know your stuff, anyhow. Vote Stevey.

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Um...aw dammit I can't decide. I wanted to vote Khush just because he's a smarmy bastard, but he had a good argument to prove that he wasn't in the mafia. And Stevey, well, I can't see any definite reason to suspect him either. Ugh. I might just have to hold out for today.

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Geez, this is one hell of a fight today. I have no idea who to vote for.

Someone convince me.

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Khush:  I think you are using my strategy from last game.  Talk as much as possible and if you are killed you are nothing...a regular townie...it gives more time for strategy elsewhere. 

I like it. 

**This post is only because I want to get the boozer role.** 

I think I will quit trying after this post though.  I feel like I am being annoying.


That's one word for it.

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Vote Insanolord, just because I'm supporting PixPix. Because he's British, likes RFN, and has excellent taste in music. So he's like almost Greg Leahy at this point.

EDIT: well as much as I feel like I shouldn't trust him, Khush's whole argument is actually quite logical. So... Vote Nickmitch

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TalkBack 2 / Re: Mafia LX Signups: Holiday Murder Mystery Mafia (HM3)
« on: December 02, 2013, 11:14:15 AM »
I'm down. Like...like a clown. Or something. Just. Yeah.

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TalkBack / Re: Just Being Mii: Curb Your E3nthusiasm
« on: June 05, 2013, 07:42:44 PM »
All I want is some awesome Smash Announcements and some GCN virtual console news. And maybe something awesome from Retro. See, my expectations aren't too horrifically high.

Oh, and I adored the Arrested Development reference at the end. Well done, sir.

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TalkBack / Re: Six New Characters to Appear in Sonic Lost World
« on: May 26, 2013, 09:20:31 AM »
I hope they're all various relatives of Big the Cat.

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TalkBack 2 / Re: Reggie's High School Yearbook Photo
« on: May 01, 2013, 07:26:41 AM »
For the record, the image works on my iMac. Dunno why. Whatever the case, it's an awesome picture.

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TalkBack 2 / Re: Reggie's High School Yearbook Photo
« on: April 30, 2013, 05:14:58 PM »
I apologize, everyone. I suck at the Internet.

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TalkBack 2 / Re: Post your funhousiest game imagery
« on: April 30, 2013, 07:41:44 AM »
For Winter Solstice, he gives his children aborted fetuses.

He's never worked a day in his life.

He had a sex change operation just to make a point.

His favorite music website is Pitchfork.

He watches CNN for ironic purposes.

He is...the most liberal man in the world.


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General Chat / Re: Rate the last movie you've seen
« on: April 30, 2013, 06:55:03 AM »
Finally watched Indie Game: The Movie. The Super Meat Boy guys seem like cool dudes. Jonathan Blow seems like a weird psycho. The movie was... okay.


I disagree. Blow may be weird, but he does seem passionate about his work. The Meat Boy guys just act like the ultimate negative stereotype of hardcore gamers -- unprofessional, nerdy weirdos with mental problems and anger issues. Of course, I still love their game, but I just wasn't crazy about them personally.


And as for the movie...meh. A decent way to spend 90 minutes, I guess.

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TalkBack 2 / Re: Reggie's High School Yearbook Photo
« on: April 30, 2013, 06:50:36 AM »
can't see **** cap'n


Sorry 'bout that. I fixed it.

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TalkBack 2 / Reggie's High School Yearbook Photo
« on: April 30, 2013, 06:48:50 AM »

You're welcome.

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"Silently edit the posts, Hal"

"I'm afraid mods can't do that, Dave."

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TalkBack / Re: One More Shot
« on: April 24, 2013, 06:21:20 PM »
I feel identical to you, JP. Hell, I even had an identical experience with Prime, which is now my favorite GameCube game. I recently restarted LttP, and while I'm still not loving it as much as any of the 3D games or Awakening, I'm still enjoying it. My main beef so far is that I wish there was just a bit more of a helping hand for knowing what to do next. I'm all for exploration, but I like the idea of having a clear cut objective with some minor things being hidden and optional. The instructions for going from dungeon to dungeon are just a bit too opaque for my liking.

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TalkBack 2 / Re: Is this the worst day the funhouse has ever had?
« on: April 23, 2013, 08:11:52 PM »
You know what, if I'm gonna be censored, I'm mighty glad it's with the beautiful face of Mr. Fills Aim.

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TalkBack 2 / Re: Is this the worst day the funhouse has ever had?
« on: April 23, 2013, 02:06:50 PM »
EDIT: :reggie:

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Nintendo Handheld Discussion / Re: So My 3DS Broke...
« on: April 22, 2013, 07:04:00 PM »
No, holding it makes no difference.

And it seems like every time I try the system out, the button works progressively better with every time I try. Straange.

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Nintendo Handheld Discussion / Re: So My 3DS Broke...
« on: April 22, 2013, 03:55:22 PM »
Yeah, the only problem is that the A button doesn't work; everything else is fine. Although now the button is starting to work more often; instead of just working for the first five seconds the system is on, now it works in small intervals. So out of every four clicks or so, it registers.

Weird.

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