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#1 LynnTerra
Member since 2010 • 190 Posts

Going back to play such would not affect me. While online multiplayer is enjoyable, it just feels overly saturated now. I can still go back and play some of the older games and have a good time without multiplayer.

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#2 LynnTerra
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Thanks for the heads up. I was afraid the feature was being removed! I'm glad it's only temporary! I look forward to see what new improvements y'all make to the system! :)

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#3 LynnTerra
Member since 2010 • 190 Posts

This has been annoying me to no end in the last few reviews I've attempted to write for games.

I write and get a review formed, I hit submit and get stonewalled by errors. I click the refresh button and nothing happens. I then click the back button and *poof* my entire written review is gone.

I'd like to see some kind of Draft Save option so that if I have to stop short and come back to my review or as I wrote above, then I'll at least be able to semi pick up where I left off from without having to bang my head on the desk every time my web browser or the site drops on me.

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#4 LynnTerra
Member since 2010 • 190 Posts

[QUOTE="LynnTerra"]

The hardest game I had, and would have if I still played it, would be Diablo 1. That game was a memory card eater. I mean, it took nearly an entire memory card on the PS1 for just ONE character. Ugh!!

Darkman2007

thats why you should play Diablo on the PC, I mean the PS version is a solid version overall ,but that memory requirement just kills it, because it basically forces you to buy a seperate memory card just for that game.

Oh have no doubt, I played it PC back when it first came out (also loved part 2). I was just reflecting on the poor translation of the game from PC to PS1. :)

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#5 LynnTerra
Member since 2010 • 190 Posts

PC Gaming isn't dead and it will never die. It was here before consoles were online and will continue to be around as online gaming evolves.

As previously metioned, it boils down to the community. It's changed over the years. Some for good, some for bad. Good in that there are a lot more players online now. Bad for the fact many of them are immature and racist.

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#6 LynnTerra
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Hmmm Gamecube games. Mine would be:

1) Resident Evil 1 remake

2) Resident Evil 0

3) Legend of Zelda limited edition collection.

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#7 LynnTerra
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The hardest game I had, and would have if I still played it, would be Diablo 1. That game was a memory card eater. I mean, it took nearly an entire memory card on the PS1 for just ONE character. Ugh!!

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#8 LynnTerra
Member since 2010 • 190 Posts

Having grown up on PC games, specs used during reviews would really be helpful. I know the company releasing the game makes specs but its good to see how the reviewer "played". I'm for this as well.

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#9 LynnTerra
Member since 2010 • 190 Posts

I wasn't quite sure where to post this but being that it's a Site Enhancement & Feedback section I thought I would bring up something I noticed.

I was writing a blog and wanted to write "classic" in the body. When I attempted to submit it, I was informed the word is censored yet when I did change the wording in the body of the blog, I had the word classic still in the Subject line, uncensored. Is this normal?

Edit: I just noticed it's not censored here either.

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#10 LynnTerra
Member since 2010 • 190 Posts

According to the rules section I read in this: http://www.gamespot.com/pages/forums/show_msgs.php?topic_id=26753667#sect3.5

you can't.