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User Info: BDza

3 years ago#61
That I have to take it easy on friends and family when I play them in video games because nobody likes to lose all the time :-/
<G>A Brother who always helps the widow's son; are you a traveling man too?<G>
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User Info: simonbelmont2

3 years ago#62
dtmr posted...
simonbelmont2 posted...
fiasco86 posted...
Just thought of another one:

There are only two levels of health: Alive or Dead. No matter how close you are to dead, you suffer no ill effect until you are actually killed.


Resident Evil 2? Close to dead, start to limp.
MGS 3? You bleed, break bones, and get sick.

Yeah, I'd forgotten about those games. I also remember in Fallout 3 you can be crippled by bombs and booby traps which causes you to limp.
and when he crossed the bridge the phantoms came to meet him

User Info: TantrumBull

3 years ago#63
That a bikini = more power than armor.
For what ever reason G_gglypuff completely forgot Ninja Gaiden Black is an Xbox game even though I told him it is and even told him I have it. >_<

User Info: monnieblart

3 years ago#64
Jewels + Flashlight = Lightsaber.
Why do people enjoy eggsalad?

User Info: Scared0o0Rabbit

3 years ago#65
I live my life by a philosophy learned from Dr. Mario. To clean up a mess it's often useful to make a bigger mess first.
Gaming for > 20 years
XBL: Cagey Rabbit
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