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Gungen

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About Gungen

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  • Birthday 12/09/1985

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    claw1357
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    http://gamers.allfragnolag.com
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    Grand Island

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    new york
  1. Hey all, LanMinds LAN party reporting for duty! For those of you who don't know us, we originated as a lewiston lan group, we have been attending MassiveLAN and recently the LPE's, so it's time to share! This will be a Friday-Saturday LAN, starting at 6:30pm Friday and ending around Saturday 4:00pm (or so). Signup link: http://gamers.allfragnolag.com/lanmanager/laninfo.php?id=19 You will need to make an account on the forums in order to register, takes two seconds! Food will be ordered, so bring money if you plan to chip in for it. Tops is down the road not too far if you need anything drink wise, but they won't be provided. Games to be played ---------------------------- Left4Dead - New survivor mode is out, should be fun! Supreme commander! - For the RTS War3 TD - Nearly Retro And whatever else peeks our fancy. I have a PS3, Wii, and 360 on site for play as well (the 360 has no internet access, as my console is cracked!). I also have a pool table, air hockey, and ping pong as well as the 3 surviving arcade machines for any new people. Plenty of parking on site.
  2. http://multiplayerblog.mtv.com/2009/04/16/...-pricing-tests/ Yay!
  3. Registered and looking forward to the weekend.
  4. Call me paranoid, but OnLive seems like it would be even more DRM-like than the console stuff. What happens when the OnLive networks are down? Do I not get to play games I've payed for? That seems to be the jist. This sounds kind of like what the Sega Channel used to be for the genesis, but there are no details on that. How much bandwidth is this service going to suck up? I don't think it's worth 99% of my available down to steam a game just so I don't have to install it. Is installing games really that big of a deal? Plus, how do you mod steamed content? Probably can't, but I bet you can pay for stupid overpriced DLC from the company! Stop destroying gaming!
  5. I'm just commenting on the point. I think BOTH the PS3 and XBL networks are garbage. I still prefer the PS3 as a system, but that may be biased as MS decided that altered hardware deserves a console ban from XBL...
  6. Didn't we already solve this problem? Sites like Fileplanet, fileshack, and etc have been ways to outsource patches, mods, and 'DLC' which are really just disguised mini-expansions for years now. This problem is a non-problem. The real problem is the PS3 and XBL networks are rittled with DRM that restricts an otherwise powerful piece of hardware to only using it's own software and forcing it to go through their internet filtered community. Don't we already pay for our internet access?
  7. My PSN ID = Kualtek Here's my list of games... Street Fighter 4 Metal Gear Solid 4 Street Fighter 2 HD Turbo Remix Resident Evil 5 Rest are just single-player games. Add me and message me anytime to play.
  8. Do you work for valve?
  9. Glorious! Epic is a great company, i'm glad they stuck by UT3, I really think it's a great shooter!
  10. The $25 sale was only a weekend thing too, plus there is more free DLC stuff coming in the spring for it so i doubt it will go down anytime soon. In other news, some nice fellow made a cool autoexec script that can be found here for your client to give it a few nice changes to your default game.
  11. I think the next 'revolution' will be artists dumping record labels and going for single-song sales direct from them to us. Better quality (or any quality they want) and they don't have to pay the record label companies to sell records. They can use avenues like pandora and other radio stations to show off their music and sell that song or an album.
  12. Computer specs ----------------------------- - AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ Windsor 3.0GHz Socket AM2 125W Dual-Core Processor - ASUS Crosshair II Formula AM2+/AM2 NVIDIA nForce 780a SLI HDMI ATX AMD Motherboard - EVGA GeForce GTX 280 Hydro Copper Clear Top 1GB 512-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 All components except RAM are cooled by a liquid cooling system with a pump and radiator. 3 fans on the radiator and 1 in the case itself. Kill-A-Watt stats ---------------------------------- 113.6 - 114.1 Volt plug 1.75-2.00 Amps 196 Watts 59.9 Hz All systems on, logged into windows, idle.
  13. Cool drive, just remember that these SSD drives have blazing fast read speeds, but are very poor at frequent writing to the drive. Best for situations where a set amount of data is going to be written to the drive once and then only read.
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