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  1. 32" Samsung LED (1080p, 120Hz) I like it, I couldn't go any bigger because of space limitations but 32 is enough.
  2. I'm looking forward to this. I have about 400 hours logged into Battlefield 3 and I still play it every once in a while. There's really no information out there other than they plan to release it in 2014, so I'm not sure what there really is to say about it... We'll just have to wait and see. I didn't start playing BF until Bad Company 2, but it's been fun since then.
  3. conversation with tech support guy:Guy: Before we proceed, I need you to answer a security question that you have set up.Me: OKGuy: Who was your childhood hero?Me: uhhh.... I made that answer a long time ago and I'm thinking of something, but I'm not sure .... Guy: I'll give you a hint, It starts with a BMe: BatmanGuy: *chuckles* yes, we can proceedlol ... I was thinking the answer was Spider-Man, but I guess not

  4. I know I've been around since the hype for San Andreas ... so I guess early '04 (or even late '03 - I'm not sure). I do know I used to visit a forum for Vice City, but I doubt it was this one so I guess it doesn't count.
  5. There's actually a Titanic exhibit open here in my city: http://titanic.unionstation.org/ I'm not really sure if I have the time to go check it out anytime soon, so I'll have to pass...
  6. it's missing Snake vs. Monkey and something else too though. from: http://thesnakesoup....ion=news&t=5504I don't think it's a reason to not get it.
  7. did they really? I thought it was just a download code so you can get it off the PSN. ... and this topic reminds me I haven't played through Peace Walker, yet. It's the only MGS game I've never played before.
  8. yeah, the Twisted Metal servers are pretty broken as of right now. I manged to get into a game last night and it was pretty fun. Deathmatch is the only thing available right now (or I guess Nuke is too, but I couldn't connect to a game to try that out). I experienced practically 0 lag when I did get to play online though. It's a pretty good game. The controls are tight and I think it runs at a constant 60fps no matter what's going on (don't quote me on that). I've been a fan of TM for a long time and I've played all the others games, so my mini review could be a little bias. I'm pretty excited for the new game. The demo made me go from thinking "I used to like TM and this new one could be fun too, but I don't know if I want to drop $60" to a basically pre-ordering it immediately after playing it for a while. [EDIT] online seems to be working just fine tonight.
  9. yeah, I think I remember seeing MGS2 has a trophy for collecting all the dog tags... meaning you would beed to play ALL the difficulties at least once to get them. I'm not really a trophy kind of person so I have no problem with not trying to get all the trophies.
  10. I used it once just to check it out, I guess. I basically just used something similar to this to guide me.
  11. US Charts: Vogue - Madonna UK Charts: Killer - Adamski AU Charts: Vogue / Keep It Together - Madonna I just used this: http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/birthdayno1
  12. I remember in BC2 I used to be pretty good at sniping. I would pull off some pretty consistent headshots and I had a good feel for the bullet drop. I usually mostly sniped to counter-snipe. For this game I never really bothered that much. I just PDW'ed my way through the Recon class. The maps in BF3 are kind of designed in a way that enemy snipers don't really bother you, so I've been just fine not trying to counter-snipe. I guess part of it is because BF3 is focused on vehicles more than BC2 was.
  13. nah, I just did them on Normal. I was going to do them on Hard, but I figured I wanted to be sure I would be done before school started back up again. Normal is still midly challenging though. I don't think I want to try European Extreme until I memorize everything and get 100% comfortable with the controls. Is it basically Extreme with no rations or is it with game fail on alert? or I guess I can look it up... it seems like it's both. no rations in MGS2 and the alert fail for MGS3. One hit kills too I usually try to play without shooting anyone (unless I feel I have to tranq someone to make thing a lot easier or I'm in a hurry) or using any equipment (I lol when I come across ammo and stuff like that and I can't pick it up because what i have is full), but I'd hate to not have rations or hiding from alerts to fall back on.
  14. The collection has been out in the US since early November, but I didn't pick this up until recently. I've played MGS2 and MGS3 so far. They are pretty amazing. The HD upgrade puts them on par with a lot of games out today, and the games were so advanced when they came out that as far as content/gameplay goes, they don't feel too aged. Even when I tried playing Metal Gear 2, I found it hard to belive that game came out in 1990. MGS2 includes the VR missions and "Snake Tales" so there's lots to do there even if you complete the main story. I played those games a long time ago, so it was good to play them again and catch everything I missed, especially knowing MGS4. There were a few nostalgic moments, but a lot of it I didn't remember/recall so it was almost like discovering things again. I find it hard to believe any MGS fan would find a good reason pass out on this collection.