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  1. Saw a trailer for Always Sometimes Monsters today that piqued my interest. http://www.devolverdigital.com/games/view/always-sometimes-monsters
  2. The Wolf of Wall Street 5/5 The best movie I've seen in a long while. Excellent in every way, Scorsese nailed it!
  3. Aww, I'm glad to see that you chose to see the positive side of it though. And this reminds me of how much I hated that dating-stage when I was in that point in life. It's really tricky to strike the right balance of showing that you're interested but still keeping it cool enough so that the guy you are dating thinks he really has to try hard to get you.
  4. Port Royale 3 Gold. I honestly don't know why I keep buying more games when I have 120 or so in my backlog. Why are you doing this to me Steam?!
  5. Yes, I'm pretty sure that if hell exists they only show movies starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Van Damme. But to each his own, I suppose.
  6. The movie thing shouldn't really matter. I had a boyfriend who had horrible - and I do mean horrible taste in movies. Whenever he got the honor to pick the movie we'd watch it was always either involving Schwarzenegger or Jean-Claude Van Damme (and I wish I was kidding!). Fortunately though in a relationship you can alternate who gets to pick movie/tv-show so you can steer her in the right direction when it's your turn. I fell asleep during many Van Damme movies during our relationship... Good thing she has a job, that's something hard to come by these days... The disease thing is unfortunate, but she might not have a severe case so it doesn't have to be a deal-breaker. Texting and facebook-bugging? Well, that's because she thinks you seem super great and you should feel honored! Is she good-looking? Is she smart? Funny at least? If so I think your first impression to dump her is wrong. /girl perspective
  7. Digging this old thread up just to say that the first episode of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series is out. I hear it's free on itunes in America and for those of us who live elsewhere it's on Netflix the day after it airs on american television. I'm a huge fan of the original movie and the show does have potential, although I didn't care for the new Seth at all.
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    I read this in the voice of Dwight Schrute in my head.
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    Main genre: Adventure Subgenre: Classic That's how I would classify it. To me it belongs to the same genre (and subgenre) as the original Monkey Island games, Sam & Max: Hit the Road and Broken Sword.
  10. Dear Leader, without a doubt! I'd put 30 euro upfront (or whatever amount you'd want to charge for it) right now if they said they'd get started on completing it. I could see myself putting hours into it and I definitely think it would fill a huge void, as there aren't any game out right now that is similar enough to scratch that "itch". The gameplay is incredibly fun, the idea is fan-freakin'-tastic and the graphics are phenomenal. Releasing a game like this would also be a great opportunity to showcase that Double Fine is capable of a broader range, as this genre is something they haven't really done before. However, I would hate it to become a mobile game! That seem like such a huge waste of potential and I sincerely hope that if this game gets made it will be a real game. Mnemonic is gorgeous as well and I'm a fan of that genre, but realistically I'd end up playing it once (like I do with all adventure games) and never touch it again - leaving me with less "bang for my buck". I know there are hardcore adventure game enthusiast that like playing these types of games over and over again though, so maybe I'm just odd.
  11. If you decide to make this into a full-blown game I would back it/pre-order/whatever without even blinking, just so you know! Fantastic job, guys!
  12. Looking great, makes me want to play it right now!
  13. Hah, that scenario you posted reminded me of the latest episode of The Americans (a great show on FX about two KGB-agents living in the US posing as a normal family). One of the KGB-agents got caught listening to Rod Stewart by his boss and claimed it was for "research purposes", the boss then proceeded to rant about how all those young ones would be the end of their organization one day.
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