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(11-07-2013, 10:01 PM)JiraiyaSannin Wrote:
(11-06-2013, 10:36 PM)Arjahn Wrote: I once raged so hard at Team Fortress 2 that I kicked my desk and split a toe nail, causing my foot to bleed profusely. I told everyone that I "fell down the stairs" and my friend thought that my dad was beating me up.

I too have a rage story.

I was playing DBZ Raging Blast 2 trying to do the mission challenges for the main story. Well I got to a particularly frustrating challenge that just made me rage so hard that I heel kicked the stool that my foot was resting on and I split it in half.

Similar situation. 5 ps2 controllers. DBZ games can be freaking intense.
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I've never been into western or western style RPGs. At all. Fable, Elder Scrolls, WoW, Mass Effect, Dark/Demon's Souls, Fallout... I can't play any of that without getting severly bored. I need the insanity and turn based strategy JRPGs give me.

I do have a soft spot for Borderlands though. I should propably get around to finishing Borderlands 2 which was given to me on Steam at some point.
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(11-08-2013, 07:14 AM)Psychospacecow Wrote:
(11-07-2013, 10:01 PM)JiraiyaSannin Wrote:
(11-06-2013, 10:36 PM)Arjahn Wrote: I once raged so hard at Team Fortress 2 that I kicked my desk and split a toe nail, causing my foot to bleed profusely. I told everyone that I "fell down the stairs" and my friend thought that my dad was beating me up.

I too have a rage story.

I was playing DBZ Raging Blast 2 trying to do the mission challenges for the main story. Well I got to a particularly frustrating challenge that just made me rage so hard that I heel kicked the stool that my foot was resting on and I split it in half.

Similar situation. 5 ps2 controllers. DBZ games can be freaking intense.

I was playing Megaman 8 on my brother's copy of Megaman Anniversary Collection. I was playing the snow stage (I don't remember the robot master for that game) and got to the snowboarding part. I did it for about half an hour and started punching my PlayStation. The PS2 still works to this day. My brother's game, however, did not after that. I got it fixed years later, but I have yet to return it to him.
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Here's a confession: Dual Destinies was the first Ace Attorney game I could completely beat without looking something up online.

I did notice going through the games that the later the game the less help I needed which either indicates that the games have gotten easier over the years or I just got better at them. And this includes Investigations.

Currently going through PLvs.PW and haven't looked anything up. No idea how far I am but I wish to keep it that way.
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