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  1. Heyo! I might be spamming here, sorry, but I've decided to randomly dump all my MI fan creations (over the past year) here in chronological order in an attempt to share it with other MI fans, that seem to have all disappeared somewhere. For now... First one contains spoilers for Tales: (This BBCode requires its accompanying plugin to work properly.) This one is really bad, sorry, but if you insist on watching it and happen to live in Germany, Hola.org helps (This BBCode requires its accompanying plugin to work properly.) I like how this one turned out! (This BBCode requires its accompanying plugin to work properly.) I did it for the Vine! (This BBCode requires its accompanying plugin to work properly.) Random Vine LOL if you're familiar with Vine you'll get the reference! (This BBCode requires its accompanying plugin to work properly.) Just finished this one a few days ago! (This BBCode requires its accompanying plugin to work properly.) Also wrote a one-shot set after Tales at some point, spoilers though! It's called Deathbed.
  2. So shortly after finishing Tales I was listening to Payphone by Maroon 5 and started thinking "Hmmm... MI2 call box XD" and THIS was the result! My first Monkey Island fan video! And I want to share it with you guys! (It's not NEARLY as epic as Ogat's one, just warning you beforehand ) Aaaand it contains the MOTHER OF ALL SPOILERS for anyone who hasn't finished Tales! (This BBCode requires its accompanying plugin to work properly.) So what do you think?! (Quick! Before youtube randomly takes it down like they do with some of my other vids! )
  3. (Not a spoiler) In the game Persona 3: FES there is a "Secret Boss"; one that is SO hard to beat it can take up to TWO WHOLE WEEKS to just PREPARE to fight it! I am not joking. Two... weeks. If you make a single mistake you die immediately. Even after you finally finish preparing to fight this ungodly boss you have to fight it, and beating it requires as much luck as it requires patience and skill. Well, that's my answer. Who do you think is the toughest boss in video game history?
  4. ..From the life of Soviet psychonauts: (This BBCode requires its accompanying plugin to work properly.) Enjoy!
  5. Hey there Star Wars fans, Just wanted to share a new fan made video series with you. In the build up to the launch of Bioware's Star Wars MMO, we've begun a companion series to their official time-line videos and created the Sith Archives. We've already released the first three videos and have an entire series planned. Check out the first entry in the Sith Archives by clicking the following link: Rise of the Silent Council: Details: This is the first video in a series of timeline entries from the Sith Archives on Korriban. A holorecord in the Sith Archive provides the first evidence of a new threat facing the galaxy as Darth Panopticus and the Silent Council emerge from two millennia of hibernation to unleash their rage and destructive force upon the known Galaxy. While both the Republic and Empire are building up for the coming war... in the shadows beyond the Outer Rim, an ancient Sith menace has been plotting the downfall of all who would dare to stand in their way. The darkness is coming and there is nothing you can do to stop it. "Time is a lie, there is only patience. Through patience, I gain perspective. Through perspective, I gain knowledge. Through knowledge, I gain control. Through control, their chains are forged. The Force shall enslave them." - excerpt from the Holocron of Darth Panopticus ------------------------------------- Archive #2 The Great Hyperspace War Check it out the second video by clicking the following link: Details: The Great Hyperspace War was a war fought between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire in BTC 1347. The conflict encompassed the entire Galactic Republic, though the main forces focused their attention on three Republic worlds, and later took the war to the remote star system Primus Goluud, and the Sith mausoleum world of Korriban. After it overcame the initial shock of the Sith invasion, the Republic's armadas regrouped and annihilated the Sith Empire, forcing the Sith Lord Naga Sadow to exile himself to Yavin 4. In this record from the Sith Archive, Darth Panopticus retells the events of the Hyperspace war from a Sith perspective. ------------------------------------- Archive #3 Resurrection Holocrons Check it out the third video by clicking the following link Details: BTC 440- The Sith scientist Darth Foucaultus explains the panoptic philosophy of power that operates as a core principle in the construction of Resurrection Holocrons. The holocron was able to capture the appearance and cognitive networks of the holocron's owner, and transform this into a three-dimensional hologram. This gatekeeper acted as a guide through the holocron's store of information, as a search and recovery engine with a more personal touch. These gatekeepers could relate stories from the holocron's archives to events in the life of the one who activated the holocron.
  6. Video review from with Dave Collins (Voice Director) from Gamescom 2010, by Gladriel.com http://www.gladriel.com/videoFull/content/4951/Force-Unleashed-2-interview-with-David-Collins/ Enjoy!
  7. I cannot play TSL because of my video card, anyone know were i can get a good video card for less than $50? I used to be able to play KOTOR, but the disk got too scratched
  8. hey guys, just letting you all know that the monkey island soundtrack is being ffeatured at video games live 09! so come check it out. here are all the dates 07/07/09: Winnipeg, MB / Centennial Concert Hall 07/07/09: Winnipeg, MB / Centennial Concert Hall: Guitar Hero Contest! 07/08/09: Winnipeg, MB / Centennial Concert Hall 07/10/09: Vienna, VA / the Filene Center 07/11/09: Pittsburgh, PA / the Heinz Hall 07/12/09: Pittsburgh, PA / the Heinz Hall 07/14/09: Fort Worth, TX / Bass Performance Hall 07/18/09: Houston, TX / Jones Hall for the Performing Arts 07/23/09: Sand Diego, CA / Embarcadero Marina Park South 07/27/09: Cincinnati, OH / PNC Pavilion at Riverbend 07/31/09: Lewiston, NY / Artpark 09/25/09: Augusta, GA / Bell Auditorium – Civic Center 11/07/09: Portland, OR / Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall 11/08/09: Portland, OR / Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall thanks! GiL
  9. Link Finally, BioWare reveals more information on the actual role-playing elements in TOR, specifically, the mention of a unique storyline for every class. While I have doubts that they will deliver something like that, the idea does sound promising. I really hate when they talk about "a story with choices and consequences". I mean, really, that's to be expected in every RPG, so why are they talking about it like it's an original idea? I swear, they're really trying to make this seem "revolutionary" by just talking about how "unique" it will be. IMO, they're setting themselves up nicely for this thing to backfire on them.
  10. INITIALIZING HYPOTHETICAL SCENARIO Suppose that you had unlimited resources to design and create any video game fitting to your whim, what would it be? Be creative and very descriptive; don't be afraid to post what's on your mind! (Unless if it evolves erotic scenarios >_>) Personally, my dream video game would be an "interactive acid trip". Part adventure a la Myst, it would simply involve procedural generation and prerendered elements randomly spaced out... like an acid trip. The beauty of it is that it each trip can be fully customized to match the user's tastes by importing 3D models, images, sounds and music from your hard drive. Each experiencing is designed with a "randomosity variable" that ensures that each trip is unique and unlike any other previous trip. Each trip can also be entirety recorded for playback. Now, the best part about is that it is 100% open-source, and therefore, is completely free and able to be modified.
  11. How much memory does your graphics card have? Got SLi? Overclocked? Blown Up? Show it on the poll and post your card details in the thread! POST DEDICATED MEMORY FIRST, THEN TOTAL OR SHARED IF APPLICABLE! If you dont know, here's how to check: (Windows) 1.Go to the desktop and right click on an empty space. (not on an icon) 2.In the menu that pops up click "Properties" 3.In the window that opens, click the "Settings" tab, and then click "Advanced" (If you have Windows Vista, click "Personalize", then click "Display Settings", and then the "Advanced Settings" button. 4.Now click on the "Adapter" tab. 5.Under "Adapter Information", there should be a listing called "Memory Size" Or, "Dedicated Video Memory" The size listed is how much memory your graphics card has. Post your questions about graphics cards here and the super computer lords that are on the forums should grace you with a reply If i have posted anything wrong here, please bring it up. [EDIT] Is there anyone who can play Crysis maxed out? (and by maxed out i mean MAXED OUT)
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