Biolith

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    • First Spring Storm

      13 years ago

      Biolith

      YAY! The first Spring thunderstorm has just occurred!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *Runs around dancing frantically*

    • Friends Quiz Results

      13 years ago

      Biolith

      I just went on Heavy Muffin's profile and discovered this quiz... Go figure, my result was Full Metal Panic!.
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      Apparently, we have lots of fun, and take care of each other while making sure no one gets out of hand...
      o.O;;
      Take the quiz here.

    • Guess the Anime by the Theme Song

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      Biolith

      Guess the anime by the Theme Song. 2-mod minimum, and you can only use the lyrics from the Japanese version! I don't want any of these crappy American hip-hop/rap themes! I want the original orchestral/rock themes from Japan! Only include part of the lyrics, not the entire thing.

      Ienai itami kanashimi de kizu tsuita kimi yo

      2 replies

    • The Rube Goldberg Game

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      Biolith

      In this game, I will post a purpose. Anyone who posts is to only post two objects (The object that puts into effect the function and the object that activates the object that puts into effect the function.). When I say STOP, all objects are to cease, and we will start another function, with the last poster of the last complex function stating the function.

      3 replies

    • Guess the Movie by the Gun

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      Biolith

      A true Boomstick Edition. Post a cropped pic which pictures the weapon used.
      Minimum mods is two. An extra mod point is awarded if the correct guesser includes the name of the firearm, if applicable.

      First:
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      Worth 2.

      7 replies

    • I agree.

      13 years ago

      Biolith

      92% percent of teeners would be dead if Abercrombie and Fitch said it wasn't cool to breathe anymore, repost this if you are one of the 8% who would be laughing your ass off.

    • The Strangerhood Trivia

      in Forums > The Strangerhood Trivia | Follow this topic

      Biolith

      Like RvB Trivia, only for The Strangerhood. Go nuts.

      What does Durnt have in his pants?+2

      3 replies

    • Guess the Anime

      in Forums > Guess the Anime | Follow this topic

      Biolith

      This is the same as Name the Movie--Only you have to use Anime or Manga. Also, don't use anything like this scene from Bleach--
      Ichigo--You!
      Ganju--You!
      and leave it at that. Make it so other people can guess it. Minimum mods given is 2. You must also state whether the quote is from Anime or Manga.
      First quote, starting things off easy:
      Manga:
      I hear this Third Child is really something... She graduated from a German University at Fourteen.

      8 replies

    • Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War Review

      13 years ago

      Biolith

      Overall: Great gameplay--Like the rest of the Ace Combat series (E.X., Shattered Skies), this game was not affected by its threequel (Movie that gave it its trilogy status), unlike the Godfather series. This game has awesome graphics for a PS2 game, and the controls are intimately responsive. Not only do you have wingman controls in this one, you can also "upgrade" your crafts if you use them enough. Though I'm probably nowhere near finished, at the point in the game I'm at, this game has an awesome storyline. Like in Shattered Skies, you take on the role of a rookie who quickly becomes a squad leader. (Only in this game, your callsign is Blaze.) However, instead of the Erusians calling you the "Grim Reaper," you're called the "Razgriz," a mythic creature of immense power--possibly their equivalent of the Four Riders of the Apocalypse. 5 out of 5.

      Gameplay: Responsive controls and an all-time high for physics realism in this series make this a good game to add to your collection--If you don't like aireal combat videogames, at the very least try this one. The wingman controls require you remove your hands from the controller for a very short time. Sometimes this time can be enough for the enemy to get behind you and pop off a missile or two. Although seasoned vets shouldn't have a problem, this could give n00bs some trouble. Despite that most of the secondary weapons have remained the same, the team has added some new aircraft, such as a carrier-based bomber used during Vietnam. Startng with "Normal" difficulty, I quickly worked my way up to where I am now--Level 13-18, or somewhere like that... Gameplay gets a 5 out of 5.

      Visual--The visuals for this game aren't the best around, but they look good if you have your game set up for high-def. 4 out of 5.

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    • Call of Duty 2

      13 years ago

      Biolith

      Overall: Great launch title for the 360, good visuals and awesome gameplay. Graphics could use some work, but an incredibly intelligent (Except for one personal experience, where I walked up behind a German firing wildly with my Thompson and turned around, with him firing the other way--I even went so far as to bump into him, and when he didn't turn around I shouted "Karate Chop!" and melee attacked him.) AI and versatile controls made up for it. The creators really went to great lengths for this one. Overall, a 4 out of 5.

      Looks: Despite the leeway given because this is a launch title, he graphics still look like I could run them on my XBox without too much lag. The creators went to great lengths to ensure that every detail of every weapon was included, from rate-of-fire to the sights. Looks: 4 out of 5.

      Gameplay: Despite that you're simply repeating the same movements over and over in the later levels (i.e., throw smoke grenade, fire wildly and pray you hit something that isn't a teammate, get hit, throw a couple grenades, duck back behind cover and attempt to hit enemies from there with rifle.) Regardless of difficulty, you could play a mission a hundred times over and not end up with taking the same route. The friendly AI actually tells you important things, like "Krauts coming over the wall to the East," and telling you the general direction of your enemies. However, I found the enemy AI to be astonishing. Instead of either just blindly rushing you or staying behind cover, they will, much like the Grunts in Halo, throw grenades--but they'll also use smoke grenades and melee frequently. However, with how rapidly they can combo you versus how slowly you "rapidly" melee, you never stand a chance.
      Gameplay: 4 out of 5
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