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Post by mc_homer on Tue Nov 13, 2012 9:02 pm

Show us your dragonborn! What is the point in doing all that work collecting/crafting all that awesome armour if you can't show it off? Also what is your weapon of choice? Are you a 2 handed axe wielding maniac or a fire breathing, shock throwing mage? Are you a powerful Nord or a sneaky Khajiit? Are you a werewolf or a vampire? Are you a man or a woman!? So many questions, so many possibilities.

As for me, I am a heavy armour, mace and shield wielding Orc. This is me in my awesome dragonbone armour.

I am sided with the imperials and make full use of my werewolf side! Screw the vampires....what sort of beast cannot go out in the sun anyways.

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Post by Lord SKAgiraffe on Tue Nov 13, 2012 9:15 pm

Huh?

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Post by BuffonIdol on Tue Nov 13, 2012 9:18 pm

I think if I was to do this I would have the guile and finesse of an elf with the magic of a Dutch merchant.

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Post by ronnie pander on Tue Nov 13, 2012 9:31 pm

Ah, Dungeons and Dragons. Used to love playing that at school. And when I say at school I mean in the back of the English class. Still, gotta grow up at some point...
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Post by mc_homer on Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:21 pm

ronnie pander wrote:Ah, Dungeons and Dragons. Used to love playing that at school. And when I say at school I mean in the back of the English class. Still, gotta grow up at some point...

What is this growing up you speak of?

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Re: For those Skyrim nerds out there

Post by ronnie pander on Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:31 pm

mc_homer wrote:

What is this growing up you speak of?

Fecked if I know. At the moment i'm obsessed with the Be-a-pro equivalent in Pro Evo Soccer 13! My central midfielder has just led Heerenveen to their first ever Dutch league title and then helped England reach the world cup semis...

And I'm loving it! Embarassed
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Post by mc_homer on Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:32 pm

Haha! How is pro evo? I was looking at it yesterday for my lovefilm list...

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Post by ronnie pander on Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:35 pm

mc_homer wrote:Haha! How is pro evo? I was looking at it yesterday for my lovefilm list...

Forgive me for being silly but isn't lovefilm for....well, for films?
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Post by mc_homer on Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:45 pm

Haha yes but they send games too Wink saves me a bomb really, I pay £11.22 a month and get unlimited streaming and unlimited rentals for both games and films with a maximum of 2 discs out at once.

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Post by ronnie pander on Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:59 pm

Ahh, I see.

I actually started playing the NHL series because Pro Evo got terrible reviews when it first came out on the PS3. It used to be a brilliant game on the PS2. Anyway, it seems Konami finally got their arse in gear. It plays a very nice game of footie.

Didn't think you liked football that much, Homer?
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Post by mc_homer on Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:00 pm

Not really bothered with following it as a fan but I do enjoy the games. Got quite into be a pro on Fifa 12! I was very good at being that goal hanger who just taps in Marc and Jonzees passes haha

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Post by ronnie pander on Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:13 pm

Can't compare with FIFA as I haven't played any of the newer ones. They used to suck until recently enough though I can vouch for that! FIFA does have all the official licenses but it's easy to download option files for PES that give you all the correct kits, players and teams etc

Another black mark for FIFA of course is that it's made by EA... Very Happy
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Post by J-Iggy on Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:13 pm

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ronnie pander wrote:Ah, Dungeons and Dragons. Used to love playing that at school. And when I say at school I mean in the back of the English class. Still, gotta grow up at some point...

What is this growing up you speak of?

I think he means like in Mario, when you eat a mushroom.

Ronnie thinks he will need to eat his mushroom at some point.

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Post by mc_homer on Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:14 pm

Haha I thought you might say that! Last pro evo I played was pro evo 6 I think. I enjoyed it, was weird going to that gameplay wise from Fifa but it was fun to play for sure.

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Post by ronnie pander on Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:20 pm

mc_homer wrote:Haha I thought you might say that! Last pro evo I played was pro evo 6 I think. I enjoyed it, was weird going to that gameplay wise from Fifa but it was fun to play for sure.

It was the last one I played too! Buff would agree too that it was the best of the series. Until now at least.
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Post by BuffonIdol on Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:24 pm

What am I meant to be agreeing to?

From what remember Fifa was pants until about Fifa 10 (with the exception of Fifa04) and Pro Evo ruled the roost until about 6 (4 was a bit iffy though). Now I think Fifa has overtaken Pro Evo but then I haven't played the latest version of Pro Evo after 6 so can't really comment on that series anymore.

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Post by Jonzee on Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:24 pm

mc_homer wrote: I was very good at being that goal hanger who just taps in Marc and Jonzees passes haha

Every team needs it's Javier Hernandez.

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Post by ronnie pander on Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:34 pm

BuffonIdol wrote:What am I meant to be agreeing to?

From what remember Fifa was pants until about Fifa 10 (with the exception of Fifa04) and Pro Evo ruled the roost until about 6 (4 was a bit iffy though). Now I think Fifa has overtaken Pro Evo but then I haven't played the latest version of Pro Evo after 6 so can't really comment on that series anymore.

We must have been using the chatbox once and I remember discussing the PES series with you, Buff. We agreed 6 was the best although there was some confusion coz I said Drogba was on the front cover forgetting that i was actually playing the Frenchie version of the game!

Anyway, if you appreciated the old ones I think you'd like the new one...
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Post by Jonzee on Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:45 pm


Master Race Nord reporting in. Lethal archer, pretty handy one-handed/two-handed slayer.

Imperial, Werewolf.

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Post by BuffonIdol on Wed Nov 14, 2012 12:26 am

ronnie pander wrote:We must have been using the chatbox once and I remember discussing the PES series with you, Buff. We agreed 6 was the best although there was some confusion coz I said Drogba was on the front cover forgetting that i was actually playing the Frenchie version of the game!

Anyway, if you appreciated the old ones I think you'd like the new one...

This does ring a bell. Might give the latest one a go. I am haven't really bought many games in the past 24 months but I think that might change next year.

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Re: For those Skyrim nerds out there

Post by Lord SKAgiraffe on Mon Apr 22, 2013 10:33 pm

Although I am late to the party, I picked up Skyrim for a trifling ten quid this weekend. Having only just started, I am yet to be fully equipped, currently using an axe and shield backed up with some tasty Dark Elf fire magic.

Soon however, Leaf Giraffesen will be a mighty dangerous fella....

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Re: For those Skyrim nerds out there

Post by Jonzee on Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:40 pm

Say goodbye to your wife...

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Post by Lord SKAgiraffe on Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:44 pm

Jonzee wrote:Say goodbye to your wife...

They take my wife as part exchange? Bonus Cool

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Post by mc_homer on Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:04 am

Haha good to see Leafy. Tenner is a bargain for a game that will take over your life for a good long while.

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