First ever made YouTube video. My god, it took forever. It's a message video or something like that. Whoever watches this, tell me what you think.

As you can see, you already know who it's for but sadly, he can't watch it...

With all that's said and done, we end round 91 of the Articles Of Excellence Solid Snake 4Life's review of Fallout 3 taking the win and blowing up the competition at that. He describes his experience as the sort that'd redefine what it means to have choice in how you explore a post-apocalyptic wasteland within a video game - from how you customize your character after birth and during your time in the wasteland, to the decisions that you make with each individual person and the multitude of factions, there's just a lot on offer that most games just can't keep up with... leaving them in the dust, so to speak.

Fallout 3 Score: 9.5/10
Genre: Role Playing Game/First Person Shooter

It’s a unique one of a kind experience that should be on the shelves of all who consider themselves fans of the role-playing genre.

quote Solid Snake 4Life
The vault door groans to life and rolls open. You have just enough time to say a heartfelt goodbye before security is on your ass. A small tunnel lies ahead of you and at the end you can see light peering in through the doors cracks. You open it and step out into the world for the first time in your life. The sun is blinding. Your eyes aren’t use to the intensity of the natural light but they soon adjust, and you begin to make sense of your surroundings. You think you can make out an old radio broadcast tower against the horizon but it’s impossible to tell from this distance. You know you should be on the hunt for your dear old dad but that tower is tantalizing, teasing you with the secrets that it may or may not contain. Luckily deciding what to do is entirely up to you. Welcome to the Capital Wasteland.

Its scenarios like the one described above that has allowed Fallout 3 to captivate a generation of gamers. The house that The Elder Scrolls built is no stranger to creating sprawling worlds that just beg to be explored but Fallout 3 was the first time that Bethesda really managed to fill one of these worlds with set-pieces that stay with you after you’ve finished playing. Wreaking havoc as the pint-sized slasher in Tranquility Lane, besting your first Super Mutant Behemoth with the trusty Fat Man, taking a stroll with Liberty Prime and more are all some of the past console generations most memorable moments.
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Fallout 3 The vault door groans to life and rolls open. You have just enough time to say a heartfelt goodbye before security is on your ass. A small tunnel lies ahead of you and at the end you can see light peering in through the doors cracks.


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Note: This was originally meant to be posted on the 7th of January, 2014.

With the year of our lord 2013 ending and 2014 taking over, we end round 90 of the Articles Of Excellence ends with Hell Fire's review of Tales Of Xillia winning. He describes his experience as a great first impression, implying that it's a great game for newcomers to the Tales series to start with while still having a lot of humor and action to keep old timers like myself (calm down Gryzor, Tales Of Symphonia isn't quite 10 years old yet) entertained.

Tales Of Xillia Score: 8.3/10
Genre: Role Playing Game

The strong twisty-turny plot, interesting characters and fast, exciting battle system (even if a little easy most of the time) all contribute in making it a well-rounded, enjoyable experience.

quote Hell Fire
I’m quite surprised that I’ve never crossed paths with a Tales game before, being the enthusiastic RPGer that I am. Part of this is due to my seemingly never ending pile of games on my to-do list, but also because of the consoles that past Tales games have called home (X-Box Shmex-Box….. yeah, I said it). The good news is; the two most recent additions, Tales of Graces F and Tales of Xillia, made the PS3 its home, which suits me just fine. I’m happy to announce that the positive reviews for Xillia were completely justified, and that for me, it goes down as one of the strongest JRPGs released over the past few years.

The story starts in the town of Fennmont, capital of Rashugal. Jude, a young, aspiring medical student, becomes curious when his professor mysteriously disappears, and decides to investigate (break in to) a military facility for answers. On his way, he encounters a mysterious girl, who has her own reasons for breaking in to the building; to destroy a weapon of mass destruction. Of course, this just doesn’t roll with the authorities, so things immediately start to pick up when they become enemies of the country and are forced to flee. This is just the tip of the ice burg in terms of plot points. Most of the time when characters say “we’ve come so far”, they really haven’t, but in Xillia so much happens (twists and turns galore) over the course of the game that it really does seem like the epic journey that it’s meant to be.
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Tales of Xillia I'm quite surprised that I've never crossed paths with a Tales game before, being the enthusiastic RPGer that I am. Part of this is due to my seemingly never ending pile of games on my to-do list, but also because of the consoles that...


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Life suck's, everyone expects you to work hard and make lots of money. I don't care much for money, I don't care much for the status and fame that comes with it either. All i care about is family, my computer and Pokemon... <.

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Just thought it might be interesting for people to be able to look at.

Went to see Wolf Children at the Hippodrome this morning. Room filled with bair'ns and me and my sister are bawling our eyes oot at how beautifully sad and amazing the film was. Great film, would recommend :)

Got accused of trolling and trying to cause trouble in a wrestling forum. "Seems unlikely you are not a fan". It's very likely, not unlikely. At least tell me why my post was removed with proper context. It's all good though. I was just in a sarcastic mood, and never should have posted it anyways.

"Haunted by the past. A heart full of pain & sorrow. Memories that won't escape. Anger, hate, and sorrow consume you. Now. I ask you, what will you do about it?"

"I-i don't know."

"Is that really an answer? Shrugging it off and ignoring it will only make it worse. I ask again, what will you do about it?

"I still don't know... Why are you asking me this?! I don't even know you!"

"I'm only trying to help you, child. The more memories from your past, the anger, hate, and sorrow will all consume you if you don't know what will help you."

"Fine. I'll think about it but no promises."

"That's all I can ask of you, think wisely."

"Whatever."

I am concerned about various forums that are past 9yrs, Ex: What is your favorite Zelda character. . Which was posted the yr2004, within the first link is another sight dealing with the installation of a quiz app to your device/pc...in the process of opening the link, a Trojan snake virus attacked my phone! Not saying that Miss Witching Hour had anything to do with it but all the same it is there. Please check into this so that none other will pay the price of a virus. Thank You.

Pokemon X...The best game ever veiled between reality and a magical plane, trading and battling, not giving a dam, the only way to truly play Pokemon.

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