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  #267902 29-Oct-2009 02:32
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Just don't play wow, dont play Aion and dont play Warhammer online! Stay away from mmos if you still want to have a life that is.





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  #268010 29-Oct-2009 10:54
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Kaos36: Just don't play wow, dont play Aion and dont play Warhammer online! Stay away from mmos if you still want to have a life that is.



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  #268043 29-Oct-2009 12:08
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DJ Hero is out tomorrow?

Again, avoid wow like the plague. Your life will be sucked into a timewarp where all productivity dies!




 


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Master Geek


  #268405 30-Oct-2009 07:06
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I am going to try out Torchlight (http://www.torchlightgame.com/) tonight.
Runic Games producses it, their team is filled with a bunch of dudes who worked on Diablo way back when.

So this game is very Diablo like in ways - a fun (from what I have seen) hack n slash dungeon crawler.


Check out the trailer on youtube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PD5HJvEUCU)


Either purchase and download form their website, or I think you can get it from Steam.




this is a slap in the face!


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  #271496 10-Nov-2009 07:12
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try runescape. lose your life today :) for free




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  #271699 10-Nov-2009 16:28
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yeah rofl thats about right

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