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It costs $80 a year for Live.
Your minimum wage is a lot higher than the USA as well.
I don't need games to be mature.I need them to entertain me.And sometimes what entertains me is a couple chicks with huge bouncing chests pummeling each other.
I love Australia, it's one of the safest country to live in the world! Our crime rate is low, we have our 'unique own economy' where the recession doesn't affect us as much. Really, i wouldn't want to live anywhere else but Australia. Though, i'm planning to visit Austria and Luxembourg to net me a rich man ;P
IF you like JRPG or Pokemon, go do youself a favor and play Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
From: HeliosAscension | #061
Oblivion_Slayer posted...It costs $80 a year for Live.
Which is mostly offset by a higher cost of living.
Pokenub posted...HellsingOrg posted...Why would anyone want to live in Australia?
And because of those restrictions, Australia is one of the best places to live in the world.
I would love to move over there (currently in England). But I'm scared of massive spiders and things like that <_<
I moved from the States to Australia last year.
Albi.. *ahem* Australia needs nothing short of a revolution!
"It doesn't matter what controller you have in your hand as long as you enjoy pressing the buttons..."
ve in the world.
We don't have massive spiders, that's an urban myth. That get around as big as your hand, but not much bigger than that. Plus you can squash the things with one finger anyway. I've only ever had one bite me and that's because I missed him with my first poke.
We do have sharks though. I went to go for a surf in Western Australia last year and thought better of it when a surfer was eaten ten minutes up the road. Then another the week after. and then another.
After the sixth one in a matter of months I decided to just go to the local pool instead.
And we also have a few other things like poisonous jelly fish that are smaller than your pinky finger nail and can kill you if they touch you. Those suckers are also invisible when in water, so good luck dodging them.
And the boy a few streets over from me was attacked by a bat a few days ago and they're pretty sure he's going to die as he contracted some messed up disease from it.
And we of course have snakes. they're pretty stupid though. I accidentally trod on a brown snake once. How he didn't see me I'll never know, but he's dead now, so that matters not.
Other than that it's okay though.
...well, crocodiles and bull rays aside.
...plus our serial killer seem to have a soft spot for anyone with a British accent.
Meet the new love of my life--