JFlame44's forum posts

#1 Posted by JFlame44 (42 posts) -

Hey, i need some suggestions for a new mic. I do video game commentaries on youtube, and my old mic broke. I need some suggestions for a new one. Anybody got any? I think i'll go with the blue snowball, but if anyone knows a mic around the price of the snowball thats better, than please say so, or just say your personal preference. Thanks! 

BTW, my youtube channel is here: https://www.youtube.com/user/OmnipresentGames?feature=mhee

#2 Posted by JFlame44 (42 posts) -

Frostbite? The body is pretty good at keeping the temperature stable at 37C, though it doesn't mind something like 32C in your hands. Only annoying if I have to click something very fast many times. If you got cold hands you will notice it is a lot harder to do. horgen123

really? I can't even get a mediocore score or rank if my hands are to cold, or hot. I'm that freak that needs a perfect temperature to game.

#3 Posted by JFlame44 (42 posts) -

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If I could make a suggestion, the razer blackwidow ultimate is a mechanical backlit keyboard with a ton of amazing features. There are plenty of choices though, but thats my preference.

clyde46

Thank you for the suggestion but nothing from Razer will ever go near my PC.

Why? If it's something about them as a company, then please enlighten me. But if it's just not your preference, as they say, to each his own.

#4 Posted by JFlame44 (42 posts) -

Half-Life 2 stands out a lot to me. It's graphics were far ahead of it's time, and it looks great still. The story is one of the better ones I've ever encountered in a game. Battlefield 2 is also one of those games that has survived the test of time, and it's graphics are still pretty good. And is no one going to say crysis!? For gods sake, that game is still a benchmark with its amazing graphics. It was such a great game, graphic wise and gameplay wise.

#5 Posted by JFlame44 (42 posts) -

I know that indie games are becoming a big thing now, and some are becoming the quality of that of a high budget mainstream game. Since I get first post, I have to say for me my favorite indie games have been paranormal, miasmata, and (yes i played it when it was an indie game) minecraft. Slender was fun and all but (hipster JFlame talking) it became mainstream far to fast.

#6 Posted by JFlame44 (42 posts) -

At the end of The Walking Dead I cried a bit. Great game, its worth every penny and more. I never actually was really moved by that whole explosion of people playing To the Moon, it was a great game, but not enough for me to cry or anything. Heavy Rain also got me a bit, InFamous 2 was such a well done game that I was to immersed to cry.

#7 Posted by JFlame44 (42 posts) -

If I could make a suggestion, the razer blackwidow ultimate is a mechanical backlit keyboard with a ton of amazing features. There are plenty of choices though, but thats my preference.

#8 Posted by JFlame44 (42 posts) -

The answer is yes, but on very low. The processer is fine, but it's not a proper gpu. Now I hope you didn't want to play FC3 on that PC, because you have as much chance of that running on that as you do of finding the boogeyman under your bed tonight.

#9 Posted by JFlame44 (42 posts) -

Thats actually the card in my laptop I'm using right now! Its a very good, it can run any 2012 release on medium fine, still crossing my fingers it'll do well on DS3 when it comes out. My laptops specs are below, you can take a look at my sig.

#10 Posted by JFlame44 (42 posts) -

Thats Pretty Nice. I might want to upgrade the keyboard before upgrading any other parts though :) seriously how old is that?