DailyDirt: Game On

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In the grand scheme of things, video games are still a fairly young medium of art and entertainment, with lots of room for advancement and a lot of aspects we don't fully understand. They are also insanely popular, and changing faster than anyone can fully keep track of. Here are a few recent tidbits from the vibrant world of gaming:

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    Lawrence D’Oliveiro, May 23rd, 2014 @ 1:48am

    “but the simulation does look a bit creepy”

    [citation needed]

     

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    Rekrul, May 23rd, 2014 @ 6:30am

    If you like Seinfeld and think you'll ever want to use the OR file, download it now, because it's pretty much guaranteed that the copyright holders for Seinfeld will send a takedown notice for it.

     

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    McGreed, May 23rd, 2014 @ 7:20am

    Nightmares -> Action dreams

    That is SO true! I never have nightmares anymore, I do have dreams about monsters and getting chased ect, but it's not scary anymore, it's more action dreams.

    Funny enough, when I get 'weapons' to use against the monsters/aliens, it's always bloody waterpistols. Sure, they work against them, but they are not COOL!

     

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    Rekrul, May 23rd, 2014 @ 10:13pm

    Re: Nightmares -> Action dreams

    Funny enough, when I get 'weapons' to use against the monsters/aliens, it's always bloody waterpistols. Sure, they work against them, but they are not COOL!

    Whenever I get weapons in my dreams, to deal with some kind of threat, they never work properly. All the bullets are duds, or the gun is disassembled and I can't find all the pieces, or the sword breaks, etc.

     

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