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  1. Quite recently I became obsessed in playing the Pokemon Trading Card Game. While I love the Video Game, the card game is a different and exciting part of the Pokemon Gaming Universe. So if you have played Pokemon TCG before, you are familiar with players taking turns attacks, putting Pokemon onto their bench and much more. My I wanted to share a creation my friend created, with some input for rules from myself. We call it Real Time Strategy Pokemon. How it works is that a turn is every 1 minute and that both players may do as they please, with some exceptions during each minute. I have a video below showing one of the first RTS games with Ian and Jeremy facing off. I am recording the video. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ar1R-T2FpSw
  2. Hello friends! It has been a while since I have been active on the site. I apologize. If you have been wondering where I have been, my time has been spent in real life on my dreams and goals and in the new, ever so popular DESTINY! I am recruiting a clan for Destiny. If you are interested at all and want more information, message me or comment below and I'll message you. Thanks! Pb
  3. Some stick to their PC's, and some others stick to their home consoles. But there are a few, or many actually that do a lot of mobile gaming on some console devices small enough to play games almost anywhere. Nintendo, being one of the top mobile gaming(Mobile meaning a console like the DS) companies with Sony, etc, has some of histories top mobile games. One of the most famous games besides Zelda, is the Pokemon Franchise. Now I have specifically created this 'Guide' to help those who want to play Pokemon but do not know what Pokemon game to receive as their very first. Here is a history of every Pokemon Game that has been played by gamers around the world to date. http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_games_by_release_date) Please read the full list before going on. So as you see there are so many to choose from, which one is the right one to play first? Well before you choose a game from random, lets talk about the consoles that they can be played on and which one to get. POSSIBLE CONSOLES I RECOMMEND: The Game Boy Advance SP: The Game Boy Advance SP (a�ームボーa�a�ドバンa�SP Gēmu Bōi Adobansu Essu Pī?), released in February 2003,[7]is an upgraded version of Nintendo's Game Boy Advance. The "SP" in Game Boy Advance SP stands for Special.[8] The SP was marketed at US$99.99 at launch. In September 2004, Nintendo lowered the price to US$79.99. The SP is accompanied by the Nintendo DS (released in November 2004) and the Game Boy Micro (released in September 2005). Here is an Image of the GBASP. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_Boy_Advance_SP The GameBoy Advance SP allows gamers to play Pokemon Red, Blue, Yellow Gold, Silver, Crystal, Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Firered, and Leafgreen. The GBASP was really an amazing mobile console that really defined gaming for a long time before Nintendo stepped up their game to the first DS. I highly recommending purchasing one of these consoles for no more than $60 on Ebay or online somewhere else. They are not sold in GameStop anymore sadly. Nintendo DS Lite: The Nintendo DS Lite (ニンテンドーDS Lite Nintendō Dī Esu Raito?) is a dual-screen handheld game console developed and manufactured by Nintendo. It is a slimmer, brighter, and more lightweight redesign of the original Nintendo DS. It was announced on January 26, 2006, more than a month before its initial release in Japan on March 2, 2006 due to overwhelming demand for the original model.[3] It has been released in Australia, North America, Europe, New Zealand, Singapore, and defined regions in South America, the Middle East, and East Asia. As of December 31, 2009, shipments of the DS Lite have reached 89.19 million units worldwide, according to Nintendo.[1] Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_DS_Lite The Nintendo DS Lite, (Dual Screen Console) was a more advanced version of the original Nintendo DS. The DS Lite had a few updates to it and started to incorporate WIFI capabilities as well. I'm not saying the DS Lite is so much better than the Nintendo DS, but the DS Lite was lighter, thinner and by far was a fan favorite myself. The Console is able to play GBA games such as Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Firered, and Leaf Green. None of the original GBA games such as Red, Blue, Yellow, Crystal, Gold and Silver cannot be played on the DS Lite so there is about of a downside to this console, except for the fact that this console also incorporated the use of Nintendo DS cards in the DS slot on the back of the system. Later in the post I will compare GBA to DS cartridges and their sizes. To me, the DS Lite is my favorite Console. The GBASP is right behind this console. The 3DS XL: The Nintendo 3DS XL (Japanese: ニンテンドー3DS LL Hepburn: Nintendō Surī Dī Esu Eru Eru?, abbreviated to3DS XL) is the first Nintendo 3DS handheld game console revision produced by Nintendo. As with the transition from the Nintendo DSi to the DSi XL, the Nintendo 3DS XL features larger screens, longer battery life, and a greater overall size than the original Nintendo 3DS. The Nintendo 3DS XL is intended to complement the original 3DS, not replace it, as both models remain in production. When in its open position, the Nintendo 3DS XL is the longest, widest and heaviest system of the Nintendo 3DS family.[12] Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_3DS_XL This is the Nintendo 3DS XL. It is my 3rd place recommended console if you are going to be the newest Pokemon games to date. To date, this console is what High-tech nintendo gaming is. This console is what I recommend for all those gamers out there who adore quality in their games. For this console, or all 3DS consoles because their is a smaller version of this console, it plays DS cartridges and 3DS Cartridges. Once again, I will compare all there Cartridges shortly. But this console and all consoles after the Nintendo DS Lite took out the GBA Cartridge, and only allows gamers to play Pokemon DS and 3DS games such as, Pokemon Pearl, Diamond, Platinum, HeartGold(Remake of GBA Gold), SoulSilver(Remake of GBA Silver), Black, White, Black 2, White 2, X and Y. This console is very high-tech for use of WIFI and Infrared technology. The system also has 3 built in cameras. Also, it is 3D for 3DS games only. Another new thing about this console and the regular 3DS is that in the top left bottom of the console their is a joystick. This is a new feature for these consoles, because ever since the GBA it has only used the + Pad right below the joystick. Now if I were to rank these consoles it would go like this: 1.) DS Lite- For those who pick medium to old games to play(GBA and DS Games) 2.) GameBoy Advanced SP- For those who pick old games to play(GBA) 3.) 3DS XL- For those who play Medium to Newer games(DS and 3DS) Now I have also been mentioning GBA, DS and 3DS Game Cartridges. Here is what they actually are. GBA: Source: http://fc01.deviantart.net/fs48/i/2009/212/3/3/Pokemon_Rom_Icons_RBY_by_Alforata.jpg These are RED, BLUE and YELLOW. These are the original Pokemon games. These are one type of GBA cartridges. Silver, Gold and Crystal are also this shape. Source: (http://i00.i.aliimg.com/wsphoto/v1/729031058_1/New-5-X-font-b-POKEMON-b-font-Emerald-Sapphire-Fire-Red-font-b-Leaf-b.jpg) As shown above is the other shape of GBA cartridges for the GBASP. The games shown above are Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Firered and Leafgreen. If I was to recommend an order for these games for you to purchase or get I would go by this list: 1.) Red and Yellow, get both. 2.) Emerald 3.) Gold or Silver 4.) Ruby or Sapphire 5.) Firered or LeafGreen (I understand I did not list some games but I did not care for the others) NINTENDO DS: Source: (https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-q2uahRJRE8s/UOT5oao9g8I/AAAAAAAADx4/iKLk3BRbfjY/s640/IMG_0548.JPG) This is the DS cartridge. A small chip that would fit into the back of a Nintendo DS Lite or 3DS. Pictured above is Pokemon Black. Here is a picture of all the RP Pokemon Games. Source: ( So if I were to recommend these games in a list here it is. 1.) Pearl or Diamond(Pearl was more popular at the time of release) 2.) SoulSilver or HeartGold(SoulSilver was more popular at time of release) 3.) Black or White (Platinum, Black 2 and White 2 were all continuations and almost the same game with a few extras, so unless you like playing the same game over again I do not suggest getting them). 3DS: Source: (http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/18j2r1j59dwp7jpg/ku-xlarge.jpg) Pictured above is the 3DS game card. Pokemon games to date with this design are Pokemon X and Y, the first Pokemon Games to incorporate 3D Tech and updated Graphics. Now to end it all off, what do I recommend to you, now that you have seen all the Pokemon RP games? Well I suggest to start with Pokemon Emerald as it is a very good GBA game, and to buy a DS LITE to be able to purchase HeartGold or SoulSilver later on to transfer Pokemon from both games with only 1* console. *(To date, only a few GBA to DS games can transfer Pokemon with only 1 Console needed). I hope this was helpful to all of those thinking of playing Pokemon. It becomes pretty addicting after some time. Have fun!
  4. Have you heard of Live Action Role Playing, or LARP for short? I was just wondering if anyone here has done it or does it now. If you have no idea what I am talking about, let me give you some info. According to Wikipedia, LARP is, "A live action role-playing game (LARP) is a form of role-playing game where the participants physically act out their characters' actions. The players pursue goals within a fictional setting represented by the real world while interacting with each other in character. The outcome of player actions may be mediated by game rules or determined by consensus among players. Event arrangers called gamemasters decide the setting and rules to be used and facilitate play." The game is very popular in the US and there are many different groups. Here is an example video of a LARP. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPgOkDe3_R0 If you want more info on it let me know and if you have done it before, let me know as well because I'd love to know where you play. Thanks!
  5. Back in the good ol' days of Halo 3 (2007-2010), I used to be a Forge machine. I'd make tons of maps that were eye candy, and played amazingly. I'd get full lobbies of 16 people regularly. It was a blast. Did I mention I had over 10,000 custom games played? Well, now I have. In 2010, Bungie released Halo: Reach. Custom games weren't as spectacular to me as they were in Halo 3... I had played just over 100 custom games... Not nearly as much... Then a new god was born Halo 4 came out... Oh Halo 4, how I love you so. With Bungie passing the torch on to 343 Industries, a new mindset was born. (Yes, I know some of 343i's employees were former employees of Bungie)... Dynamic ("(of a process or system) Characterized by constant change, activity, or progress") lighting was introduced, allowing players to create some spectacular maps with nice lighting. We've taken advantage of this. >:] Our goal was to make a map that would keep player's on edge at all times, while making a creepy environment. With dynamic lighting (thank you 343i!), this was a simple task to accomplish. Though I had to work around the ($10,000) budget on "Impact", and not break the lighting (if you put down too many objects, the dynamic lighting literally shuts down and the whole map glows white...), my goal was accomplished and 'Slaughter Subway' was born! We've torn through multiple versions of the map and have play-tested it with randoms online, and now feel happy with the finished product. So I thought I'd come to my favorite forum and see if anyone would like to try it out for themselves? My GamerTag: Faulkzor Friend's GamerTag: XavierTheLazier Just shoot me a friend request and send me a message like "Slaughter Subway Request" so I'll remember why you added me, and I'll invite you next time I play the map. It's currently 2:31 AM and I haven't slept yet... So that's all for now. I may add pictures of the map lat*zzzzzzzzzz*
  6. 1. LZ Legundo 2. Orbital 1.1 3. Circumvention v1.1 4. A gametype typically used for 5 v 5 but can be used with any amount of people. It is an oddball variant. The person carrying the ball is a one hit kill, the person not carrying the ball is about 10-12 hit kill. (Not easy) It is a fun gametype and has some variations, FFA, and 3-ball. FFA is meant for lower ammounts of people and is played on Icosikaitetragon. 3-ball is meant for 16 players, or many players. LegendZero.com is hosting a tournament for this game type. Signup ends at the end of the month! http://www.legendzer.../circumvention/ 5. I hope a video is ok.
  7. Hey Everyone, I hope you guys are loving halo 4 as much as me; I can't stop thinking about it, and it's made my mind wander towards the idea of making another movie, but this time using game-footage from Halo 4. I'm going to make it about 100x better than Internal identity and I am looking for experienced halo players to be movement actors. I may just need some voice actors too. This forum is for the purpose of generating a group of actors for my next Fan-made Halo Movie, but I would also like to ask a question to someone who may be more experienced than me with marketing Fan-made videos. I would like to know, How can I get the word out about a video for it to go viral and spread like wildfire? because I know this next one is going to be a hit. Talk to me people, and please feel free to watch HALO MOVIE: Internal Identity. It is my first Fan-made production, so believe me I know its not perfect, but if you will watch it you will see that I am dedicated to making a quality movie. Take Care, and much halo love to you! gangstab0p
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