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#1 Posted by nintendoman562 (5593 posts) -

Med school currently

#2 Posted by nintendoman562 (5593 posts) -

I work with kids with autism and this almost made me cry...

#3 Posted by nintendoman562 (5593 posts) -

I've played the first few hours and it's definitely off to a weak start. Long, boring dialogue sequences and the tutorials insult the players intelligence (they teach you how to use the circle pad and how to jump in a Mario game). I'm 3 hours in and I haven't gotten the hammer or any of the bro moves; I've literally just been jumping on every enemy so far.

#4 Posted by nintendoman562 (5593 posts) -

look at my sig

#5 Posted by nintendoman562 (5593 posts) -

I was quite surprised to see how well the PS1 sold and how relatively poor the N64 did. Growing up I never even saw a PS1 and all my friends had N64s. I'm 19 right now and it seems like all my friends, whether hardcore or casual, seemed to have an N64 and have fond memories of the games on it. Even if you go on forums you see lots of people talking about the Zeldas, Mario Kart, Smash Bros, etc but rarely PS1 games (FF7 and MGS being the exceptions). Where was the PS1 so popular? I live in Canada btw.

#6 Posted by nintendoman562 (5593 posts) -

I wouldn't say out loud "that's a really handsome guy" if one passed by. In reality I can only tell when one guy looks better than another when it's plain obvious.

#7 Posted by nintendoman562 (5593 posts) -
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Quick question here, does anyone actually believe that African Americans are still discriminated again?

MgamerBD
...yes we are. Statistics even prove this...What white supremacy rock have you been living under?

Canada.
#8 Posted by nintendoman562 (5593 posts) -

Quick question here, does anyone actually believe that African Americans are still discriminated again?

#9 Posted by nintendoman562 (5593 posts) -

You'll probably be good friends after the experience. I don't think any of my friends ended up with someone they disliked.

#10 Posted by nintendoman562 (5593 posts) -

...would you think it's preferable to cure it or just accept homosexuality as a part of society?