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ShockGazm

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  1. Welcome back to the community bud!
  2. ShockGazm

    Hello

    Welcome to the community bro!
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    New Here

    Welcome to the community bro!
  4. This reminded me of year one Destiny! I was thinking back to when I met new people online and soon on found a solid fireteam to raid with. I've never enjoyed Destiny more than I did playing with those guys back then, still talk to them a little 'till this day and we all live in the UK (A lot of the guys actually live in Wales which is funny).
  5. Well, this is a difficult one, as the choices are endless! With this question, it has to be a real animal, can't be fictional just to make it clear. Hm, I said it would be a difficult one but this question is easy for me. You don't have to be specific, just post whatever you'd like as your spirit animal. You can choose insects or even fish if you'd like. You can have as many spirit animals as you want, make an army! EDIT: Okay, post whatever you want. Could be from an anime or just something completely stupid. lol Behold my spirit animal! Wolves are just so majestic looking!
  6. I can't think of many games that scared me the most. Resident Evil comes to mind, it was definitely a game I found scary back in the day. But, that's not the first game that comes to my mind. Dino Crisis 2 for Playstation 1 on the other hand was a game that made me jump and kept me on edge thoughout my journey surrounded by the run down buildings, buildings in general and various other areas filled with vegetation and abandonment, rusted fences/gates, bloody stained floors/walls etc, worn out machinery, corpses (Also covered in vegetation and what not) etc. Pretty much what the world would look like if all the humans on our planet were eaten by dinosaurs (Now, that's a movie waiting to be made). I can't remember the names of the characters but within the game you have good variety of weapons to choose from or find along the way, obviously you have dangerious mission obectives which vary from finding key cards to taking down a T-Rex to get to the next section, mysterious plot twists to keep you interested and curious throughout the story (Such as scientists experimenting on dinosaurs) and best of all the many types of dinosaurs that want your blood. Of course, the biggest dinosaurs in the game were pretty much lead to big boss fights every now and then and boy, they were scary back then, at least for me they were. Dino Crysis's plot is very similar to Resident Evil, just with dinosaurs and not zombies. There's also a cinimatic element to it also, quite similar to Resident Evil 1, when you're inside the mansion. Dinosaurs even get experimented on in the series, in Dino Crisis 3 they get turned into half dinosaur and half machine but that's a whole other story (A story I can't get into because I'm really struggling to remember the Dino Crisis 2 story let alone the games released after it). And, what you do with the main character in Dino Crisis is similar to what you do when playing as Leon S Kennedy in the old Resident Evil games. I've never enjoyed playing a horror game more than I did Dino Crisis, it will always in my heart! No doubt the other reason is because the main character 'Regina' is super sexy! Dat 90's vibe though! She looks a bit like Major Kusanagi from Ghost in the Shell.
  7. Welcome to the community mate! Hope to see you around the forums.
  8. Borderlands 2, 4 player Co-op. Good times with my mates on that game. Absolutely smashed that game to level 64 or so, stopped playing soon after that though. Had some great memories playing Halo ODST too! Loved every co-op part of the game (Though it was only for a couple weeks). Playing Co-op gears with my best mates was also a solid time, Gears 1 all the way too Gears 3. And, last but not least Co-op Halo. Unbeatable in my opinion. Experiencing the story and the gameplay in general with my friends were some of the best moments of my lifetime. Those are my top Co-op video game experiences or in this case best modes (I'm a sucker for Co-op). I get warm feeling thinking back to those good days!
  9. Remember this classy fella? *NOOT NOOT*
  10. I've been watching Handa-kun recently. Really enjoying it! I highly recommend it, if you're looking for some comedy. I also didn't realise it was related to Barakamon, I was like "Oh, wait... no way". Only noticed once I finished watching the series. Handa-kun (Copy and pasted) In Handa-kun, Seishuu Handa is admired by his peers as a calligraphy genius and given the utmost respect, but Handa-kun himself is under the mistaken impression that the deference and attention he receives from the other students is actually bullying. Handa just wants to live a quiet life, but hilarity ensues as one character after another challenges his position as the school idol, and somehow comes away as a fan all while Handa is horrified and clueless. Alderamin of the Sky is probrobly my favourite anime of 2016, though I haven't watched a whole lot of anime this year, I'm liking this one a lot.
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