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Unwashed Village / Re: Fallout 4
« on: August 03, 2015, 06:03:39 AM »
The game sounds better and better everytime they reveal more
* Customizable Power Armor and Weapons
* Power armor that acts like an Iron Man suit (Which I think is a great representation for Power Armor)
* Companion Romance regardless of Gender (Yes)
And probably even more to make my nips hard.

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Unwashed Village / Re: What's going on in your life?
« on: July 24, 2015, 05:45:02 AM »
A few days ago, I found out that my uncle passed away. It was the second death in my extended family in the past year, and a major one.
The thing about my uncle was, he had a stroke about 20 years ago, a few years after I was born. The stroke impaired him physically and mentally; Although he could fully understand normal speech, he lost most ability to speak smoothly and basically all ability to read. His communication was limited to one or two words at a time (i.e. Yes, Beer, Thank you etc) and had a limited vocabulary. He lost the ability to use his right arm, and had to walk with a cane slowly. Most people would assume he was mentally handicapped, and many people probably did when we went out, but I always talked to him just like anyone else, and he could understand me. I never (or at least, rarely) talked down to him, since even with his handicap, he was always smiling and laughing and was interested and listening to what everyone had to say, even if he couldn't respond easily. Much of my life was spent planning around his physical limitations, and even though it was frustrating for him (just "frustrating" he would say) he taught me that personality shines through unfortunate handicaps that can and do affect many people.

I've been dreaming about work lately. Even inside our own imaginations, sometimes we cannot escape the stress of work and that is true torture. My job as a barista is pretty easy, but as my final year of college comes up, I'm considering not working so I can concentrate on absorbing what I'm learning in school. Working full time and going to school full time makes it hard to focus on either. I feel very bittersweet about college; I want to be done badly and get on with my life, but I enjoy the safety and information in academia. I wish I was enjoying my college more than I am though.

After college, i'm convinced that I want to spend time in another place, but i'm not sure where. I'm sure no matter where else I was at, I wouldn't feel like "I belong" as much as my hometown, and I'm convinced that wherever you go, people and things are basically the same.

Working and being in school has also made it hard for me to enjoy the summer. As I get older, I've begun to realize that its been a long time, far too long, since I've made happy "memories" with the people I love, and its something I want to catch up on in the coming years, and make a focus towards in future relationships and when I eventually start my own family. People come and go, but the memories live on forever within you.

I'm sorry to hear about your loss.

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Unwashed Village / Re: Vacation/Holiday
« on: July 09, 2015, 05:49:58 AM »
Going to Canada for War of 1812 Reenacting and West Virginia for a Scout High Adventure.

Fun

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Unwashed Village / Re: US Political Quiz
« on: July 05, 2015, 03:46:47 PM »
Huh,
I sided 89% With Bernie but 90% with Hillary.
Interesting

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Unwashed Village / Re: What games have you been playing latly?
« on: June 22, 2015, 10:00:23 PM »
I'll add in aswell.

I have been playing a lot of Old games by today's standards.

I recently uncovered my old PS2 and decided to go and buy a few games from Half Price Books, so I ended up getting another copy of Kingdom Hearts, Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction, Metal Gear Solid 2 and Resident Evil 4. I came to remember how much I love video games and the stories they can bring or the entertainment they can present to me, especially Kingdom Hearts which I haven't played for almost 8 years.

As for PC gaming, I've been playing and purchasing old games too, like System Shock 2, Grim Fandango, Planescape: Torment etc.

It's been a good time though.

Probably the newest games I have any real interest in has to be Fallout 4 and Dishonored 2. I guess I'm just out of the loop for new games.

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Unwashed Village / Re: Fallout 4
« on: June 21, 2015, 02:39:52 PM »
So yeah.
That Fallout 4 E3 stuff. They are gonna try and do A LOT of shit with this game lol. I'm excited

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Unwashed Village / Re: Now THIS is a desk ornament!
« on: June 12, 2015, 05:05:19 PM »
That's pretty sweet, but....

Are you gonna get the Fallout 4 Collector's Edition? >.>

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Unwashed Village / Re: Fallout 4
« on: June 10, 2015, 07:17:51 PM »
Cazadores can break a man. I tried to get to the Great Khans and took the Cazadore infested route that brought me to tears....
It was a hard day indeed.

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yeah, inXile makes some good games. I really like Wasteland 2 and I'm also preparing my body for Torment. I hope they can make Van Buren

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Unwashed Village / Re: What's going on in your life?
« on: June 07, 2015, 05:19:14 PM »
I got accepted to a nearby university that has Museum Studies for me, so I'm excited for that. I'm taking a Physical Education class over the summer since my Associates Degree demands one, so I decided to do Boot Camp Fitness (Hopefully my ass won't get kicked). It's been a slow life so far. Maybe I'll join the French Foreign Legion to make it interesting.

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Unwashed Village / Re: Fallout 4
« on: June 04, 2015, 06:31:48 PM »
Pretty stoked, but...

Given that FO3 was a huge success for the series and Bethesda, and judging by the trailer, I'm sure they'll stick with the same formula.  Honestly though, that would suck. I couldn't imagine playing a game like FO3 now and being blown away, since many other games have taken design cues from FO3 since then. It was cool 6 years ago, but now not so much. I wish they would take some risks and inspirations from 1, 2 and NV but I don't see it happening. Also, frankly the graphics in the trailer look very bad by modern standards. I expect lots of invisible walls and detailed but static and totally non-interactive environments.

I hope Bethesda has learned from Obsidian how to make a post-apocalyptic world that is cohesive and alive for this one.

Agreed.

Hm, interesting points. But I'm probably still gonna get the game  :D

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Unwashed Village / Re: Fallout 4
« on: June 03, 2015, 06:20:23 AM »
It's Happening Ron Paul
http://i.imgur.com/7drHiqr.gif

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Unwashed Village / Re: The real question
« on: May 05, 2015, 04:36:48 PM »
To find Aliens, Time Travelers and Espers and to have fun with them.

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Unwashed Village / Re: Write something!
« on: April 10, 2015, 04:57:30 PM »
(I don't know how to write)
The crackle was heard from overhead.
His clothes were blue and red, heavy and made of wool.
The blackness is coming in and out, like a candle flickering.
He is cold, but the Red in front made his remaining blood boil.
He tries to stand, but his body has failed him as he can only lay and watch as the Red grew.
The painful breath that left his mouth indicated his end on the northern foreign soil, just across the Falls.

(was bored so I wanted to write about the War of 1812)

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