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  1. Legolas_Katarn liked a post in a topic by ' in Something flew under the radar again; CAPCOM'S ULTRA STREET FIGHTER 4!   
    Be warned! The netcode is absolutely ruined for this game! After changing from games for windows live to steamworks the lag problems presented have made the game unplayable for a a huge portion of the playerbase. The developers are probably working on it, but there has been no fix still, as of yet.
  2. Sol Omega liked a post in a topic by ' in The end of Naruto.   
    The long curse will finally be dispelled! I'll never start watching a show that runs like that again... it has been for too long.
    Will be fun to see how it ends though, and if it generates rage or no.
    Oh and Seph if it ended like that Naruto is the most insane little kid ever, or he just has a great imagination. :/
  3. Sol Omega liked a post in a topic by ' in The end of Naruto.   
    The long curse will finally be dispelled! I'll never start watching a show that runs like that again... it has been for too long.
    Will be fun to see how it ends though, and if it generates rage or no.
    Oh and Seph if it ended like that Naruto is the most insane little kid ever, or he just has a great imagination. :/
  4. ' liked a post in a topic by Seph in The end of Naruto.   
    Better yet how bout naruto wakes up in his bed to realize it is only his first day at the academy and it was all just a dream.
  5. Sol Omega liked a post in a topic by ' in [Forum Game] The Banned Game   
    Banned for powerful thread-necromancy.
  6. Sol Omega liked a post in a topic by ' in Give me an anime   
    Like Sol Omega said Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica is a freaking masterpeice. Aside from that though, I am the kind of sap that likes slice of life too much. Stuff like Azumanga Daioh, Watashi ga motenai no wa dou kangaete mo omaera ga warui and Nichijou.
    Clip from Nichijou:

    On the more controversial side I also like Ouran Highschool Host Club, Lucky Star and Sakura trick (warning: this show features the purest form of love) too much.
  7. ' liked a post in a topic by Gone the Third in Give me an anime   
    At first I was like:
    And then I was all:
     
  8. Sol Omega liked a post in a topic by ' in Give me an anime   
    Like Sol Omega said Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica is a freaking masterpeice. Aside from that though, I am the kind of sap that likes slice of life too much. Stuff like Azumanga Daioh, Watashi ga motenai no wa dou kangaete mo omaera ga warui and Nichijou.
    Clip from Nichijou:

    On the more controversial side I also like Ouran Highschool Host Club, Lucky Star and Sakura trick (warning: this show features the purest form of love) too much.
  9. DemonsColt liked a post in a topic by ' in Anyone excited for new CoD game?   
    If the game was like the trailer then it might actually have showed some promise, as it stands anyhow I don't think it will make game of the year for me.
     
    1337 Turismo 420 will be better anyhow.

  10. ' liked a post in a topic by DemonsColt in Anyone excited for new CoD game?   
    DON'T WATCH IF YOU'RE EPILEPTIC.

     

     



     

    Excited for the game now?

  11. Chumbry42 liked a post in a topic by ' in PSA on steam account security, relatively new phishing methods.   
    In light of "recent" (Its very hard to know when these started) phishing attempts through steam we figured making a little PSA on the topic wouldn't hurt. Now for the actual "new" information
    http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1yw25k/psa_new_phishingscam_technique_on_fake_steam/
    The link above covers it in detail, it is a newer phishing attempt centered around a fake steam community website asking you to upload your ssfn* file.
    Remember that steam will never do something like that, and you can actually see that in the url for this fake page has an "n" between steam and community and an extra "i" in community in the domain name. Picture:
    As always if you are not sure how to keep your steam or other accounts safe feel free to consult these links:
    Basic tips from Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1kht8j/i_feel_that_this_is_really_needed_how_to_protect/
    Basic tips from Valve: https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=1266-OAFV-8478
    Basic tips from Google: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/46526?hl=en
    And I would just like to add that you should ALWAYS try to avoid re-using passwords for different services, and never use the same password for your game services and bank/involving your money or credit card services. I can certainly add more to this thread in the future, so feel free to post more tips for account security if you feel something was left out.
    Stay safe and secure people!
  12. AngryPanda liked a post in a topic by ' in Have you ever learned an important lesson from gaming   
    I think the MGS series has taught me something.... but what exactly I don't think I know yet.
    Video games taught me English very well, aside from that its hard coming up with anything.
  13. AngryPanda liked a post in a topic by ' in Have you ever learned an important lesson from gaming   
    I think the MGS series has taught me something.... but what exactly I don't think I know yet.
    Video games taught me English very well, aside from that its hard coming up with anything.
  14. AngryPanda liked a post in a topic by ' in Have you ever learned an important lesson from gaming   
    I think the MGS series has taught me something.... but what exactly I don't think I know yet.
    Video games taught me English very well, aside from that its hard coming up with anything.
  15. AngryPanda liked a post in a topic by ' in Have you ever learned an important lesson from gaming   
    I think the MGS series has taught me something.... but what exactly I don't think I know yet.
    Video games taught me English very well, aside from that its hard coming up with anything.
  16. ' liked a post in a topic by ShephardJohn in Jason Momoa as Aquaman   
    more like
     
     

  17. ' liked a post in a topic by Berserker in Jason Momoa as Aquaman   
    I can totally live with this. It's like Baywatch Hawaii all over again.
     

  18. Chumbry42 liked a post in a topic by ' in PSA on steam account security, relatively new phishing methods.   
    In light of "recent" (Its very hard to know when these started) phishing attempts through steam we figured making a little PSA on the topic wouldn't hurt. Now for the actual "new" information
    http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1yw25k/psa_new_phishingscam_technique_on_fake_steam/
    The link above covers it in detail, it is a newer phishing attempt centered around a fake steam community website asking you to upload your ssfn* file.
    Remember that steam will never do something like that, and you can actually see that in the url for this fake page has an "n" between steam and community and an extra "i" in community in the domain name. Picture:
    As always if you are not sure how to keep your steam or other accounts safe feel free to consult these links:
    Basic tips from Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1kht8j/i_feel_that_this_is_really_needed_how_to_protect/
    Basic tips from Valve: https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=1266-OAFV-8478
    Basic tips from Google: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/46526?hl=en
    And I would just like to add that you should ALWAYS try to avoid re-using passwords for different services, and never use the same password for your game services and bank/involving your money or credit card services. I can certainly add more to this thread in the future, so feel free to post more tips for account security if you feel something was left out.
    Stay safe and secure people!
  19. Chumbry42 liked a post in a topic by ' in PSA on steam account security, relatively new phishing methods.   
    In light of "recent" (Its very hard to know when these started) phishing attempts through steam we figured making a little PSA on the topic wouldn't hurt. Now for the actual "new" information
    http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1yw25k/psa_new_phishingscam_technique_on_fake_steam/
    The link above covers it in detail, it is a newer phishing attempt centered around a fake steam community website asking you to upload your ssfn* file.
    Remember that steam will never do something like that, and you can actually see that in the url for this fake page has an "n" between steam and community and an extra "i" in community in the domain name. Picture:
    As always if you are not sure how to keep your steam or other accounts safe feel free to consult these links:
    Basic tips from Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1kht8j/i_feel_that_this_is_really_needed_how_to_protect/
    Basic tips from Valve: https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=1266-OAFV-8478
    Basic tips from Google: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/46526?hl=en
    And I would just like to add that you should ALWAYS try to avoid re-using passwords for different services, and never use the same password for your game services and bank/involving your money or credit card services. I can certainly add more to this thread in the future, so feel free to post more tips for account security if you feel something was left out.
    Stay safe and secure people!
  20. WeLiVeR liked a post in a topic by ' in Mind blow LOTR theory   
    This is my take on it, though spoony might be considered rude in his explanation of it.

    Spoony isn't very diplomatic, but I still agree with him xP
  21. WeLiVeR liked a post in a topic by ' in Mind blow LOTR theory   
    This is my take on it, though spoony might be considered rude in his explanation of it.

    Spoony isn't very diplomatic, but I still agree with him xP
  22. Chumbry42 liked a post in a topic by ' in PSA on steam account security, relatively new phishing methods.   
    In light of "recent" (Its very hard to know when these started) phishing attempts through steam we figured making a little PSA on the topic wouldn't hurt. Now for the actual "new" information
    http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1yw25k/psa_new_phishingscam_technique_on_fake_steam/
    The link above covers it in detail, it is a newer phishing attempt centered around a fake steam community website asking you to upload your ssfn* file.
    Remember that steam will never do something like that, and you can actually see that in the url for this fake page has an "n" between steam and community and an extra "i" in community in the domain name. Picture:
    As always if you are not sure how to keep your steam or other accounts safe feel free to consult these links:
    Basic tips from Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1kht8j/i_feel_that_this_is_really_needed_how_to_protect/
    Basic tips from Valve: https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=1266-OAFV-8478
    Basic tips from Google: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/46526?hl=en
    And I would just like to add that you should ALWAYS try to avoid re-using passwords for different services, and never use the same password for your game services and bank/involving your money or credit card services. I can certainly add more to this thread in the future, so feel free to post more tips for account security if you feel something was left out.
    Stay safe and secure people!
  23. Chumbry42 liked a post in a topic by ' in PSA on steam account security, relatively new phishing methods.   
    In light of "recent" (Its very hard to know when these started) phishing attempts through steam we figured making a little PSA on the topic wouldn't hurt. Now for the actual "new" information
    http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1yw25k/psa_new_phishingscam_technique_on_fake_steam/
    The link above covers it in detail, it is a newer phishing attempt centered around a fake steam community website asking you to upload your ssfn* file.
    Remember that steam will never do something like that, and you can actually see that in the url for this fake page has an "n" between steam and community and an extra "i" in community in the domain name. Picture:
    As always if you are not sure how to keep your steam or other accounts safe feel free to consult these links:
    Basic tips from Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1kht8j/i_feel_that_this_is_really_needed_how_to_protect/
    Basic tips from Valve: https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=1266-OAFV-8478
    Basic tips from Google: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/46526?hl=en
    And I would just like to add that you should ALWAYS try to avoid re-using passwords for different services, and never use the same password for your game services and bank/involving your money or credit card services. I can certainly add more to this thread in the future, so feel free to post more tips for account security if you feel something was left out.
    Stay safe and secure people!
  24. Chumbry42 liked a post in a topic by ' in PSA on steam account security, relatively new phishing methods.   
    In light of "recent" (Its very hard to know when these started) phishing attempts through steam we figured making a little PSA on the topic wouldn't hurt. Now for the actual "new" information
    http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1yw25k/psa_new_phishingscam_technique_on_fake_steam/
    The link above covers it in detail, it is a newer phishing attempt centered around a fake steam community website asking you to upload your ssfn* file.
    Remember that steam will never do something like that, and you can actually see that in the url for this fake page has an "n" between steam and community and an extra "i" in community in the domain name. Picture:
    As always if you are not sure how to keep your steam or other accounts safe feel free to consult these links:
    Basic tips from Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1kht8j/i_feel_that_this_is_really_needed_how_to_protect/
    Basic tips from Valve: https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=1266-OAFV-8478
    Basic tips from Google: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/46526?hl=en
    And I would just like to add that you should ALWAYS try to avoid re-using passwords for different services, and never use the same password for your game services and bank/involving your money or credit card services. I can certainly add more to this thread in the future, so feel free to post more tips for account security if you feel something was left out.
    Stay safe and secure people!
  25. Chumbry42 liked a post in a topic by ' in PSA on steam account security, relatively new phishing methods.   
    In light of "recent" (Its very hard to know when these started) phishing attempts through steam we figured making a little PSA on the topic wouldn't hurt. Now for the actual "new" information
    http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1yw25k/psa_new_phishingscam_technique_on_fake_steam/
    The link above covers it in detail, it is a newer phishing attempt centered around a fake steam community website asking you to upload your ssfn* file.
    Remember that steam will never do something like that, and you can actually see that in the url for this fake page has an "n" between steam and community and an extra "i" in community in the domain name. Picture:
    As always if you are not sure how to keep your steam or other accounts safe feel free to consult these links:
    Basic tips from Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1kht8j/i_feel_that_this_is_really_needed_how_to_protect/
    Basic tips from Valve: https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=1266-OAFV-8478
    Basic tips from Google: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/46526?hl=en
    And I would just like to add that you should ALWAYS try to avoid re-using passwords for different services, and never use the same password for your game services and bank/involving your money or credit card services. I can certainly add more to this thread in the future, so feel free to post more tips for account security if you feel something was left out.
    Stay safe and secure people!