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JKKDARK

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  1. Trust me, you don't want to meet up with me in real life. I won't go into details about why you don't, I'll leave that to your imagination (as outrageous as it is).

    Okay, you're scared. You know I can own your ass. Nice decision, David. Hide in your house.

     

    You know though, I think I understand why you don't like me too much now. It's cause I'm that guy you wish you were

    A generic dude with a boring life, being 30+ and playing with emulators. No, thanks anyway.

     

    I'm the one that actually has things going on in life that are more important than taunting someone from behind a computer screen.

    Just only a job and a family. That's not really big. You will be doing the same in your 40s. Your life must be a big adventure :)

     

    I'm a guy much more involved in the emulation scene than you could ever hope to be, and this in turn drives you crazy.

    Wow David, you are awesome. Do you think I really care for that stuff? The last time I used an emulator was in 2007, and the last time I played video games was four months ago.

    I don't care about that stuff anymore. There are better things to do. You should try that.

     

    You're a sad, sad person, and I pity that the lack of substance in your life makes you feel that in order to achieve anything,

    A sad person? I have a decent job, a lot of friends, a lot of parties, a lot of relationships. Do you think it's really sad? I love it.

    Why don't you check what happened in your life? What did you lose forever? That's sad (LOL).

     

    your only option for amusement is to come onto a site such as this and play into your usual fanboy/sick bastard role that you always do.

    Very interesting, David.

     

    21, huh? I'd say you still have quite a bit of growing up to do.

    Of course, you're already a daddy, who looks like a 50 years old man.

     

     

    You were the one who started to talk about me here. Why? Because your role here is being an attention whore.


  2. Actually, I've seen his real pic (he used to have a profile on frappr) and that's not him. Not even close.....

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    Not even close? I took it 2 minutes ago.

     

    Daddy, go back with your wonderful PlayStation 3 video game system.

    Looks photochopped to me, but whatever. That aside, if you bring my personal life into here again for flaming purposes, I'm going to have to talk to Gamecop. I don't think he'd find your sense of humor too funny (and you know what I'm talking about).

     

    Fine. Do you wanna meet me in real life? Tell me where, and I will be there. So you will see I'm the same person from the pictures.

     

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    photoshopped too?

     

     

     

    Better yet, take a picture without a mirror.

     

    No problem.

     

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  3. http://www.gamasutra.com/php-bin/news_index.php?story=19909

     

    Sega of America and Sega Europe reveal The House of the Dead: Overkill as a new Wii exclusive. It's been under wraps at UK studio Headstrong Games (previously Kuju London).

     

    Sega has already enjoyed success with ports of coin-op light gun game Ghost Squad and compilation The House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return on the Wii.

     

    The new game will be the company’s first original light gun-style title for the console, however, and the first mainline The House of the Dead game not to debut in arcades.

     

    Previously created by in-house teams at Sega Japan, it represents a further example of Japanese publishers turning to Western developers for both new and established franchises - a trend which Sega has helped to pioneer.

     

    The new game will be released in early 2009, with the new trailer and box art appearing to favor a grindhouse-style pastiche. The game is billed as a prequel to the existing titles and is set in small-town Louisiana.

     

    “Paying homage to the pulp horror comics and films that inspired generations of gore fans, The House of the Dead: Overkill will expose gamers to a brand-new fleshy rollercoaster ride of revolting dismemberment,” said Gary Knight, European marketing director at Sega Europe. “This is the hardcore Wii title you’ve been waiting for.”

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