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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by rodent, Dec 28, 2006.

  1. rodent

    rodent WiiChat Member

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    i just wanted 2 know if there r any other computer gamers out there?

    also i need some advice, i just got a badass new graphics card, and $175 dollars in best buy gift cards.

    i really want some kind of a mmorpg, but i cannot afford any monthly fees.

    also, i like fps, but im not a big fan of the single player modes; instead i opt 4 multiplayer.

    thx
     
  2. ninnie x

    ninnie x AKA nintendoxxx1

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    I baught WoW today =]

    Along with a 60 day prepay card =]

    So iv got 90, i think i might just buy cards now and then as i dnt think i can risk having to pay monthly (maybe you could do that too?)

    Took a while to install all 5 disks =\

    Then it asks me to download some patches, i have really crappy net speeds, so its saying 7 hours to download.

    5hours in my comp crashes :|

    Now im downloading it again <_< 7 hours to go

    [/rant]

    Thank you =]
     
  4. Gymdawg

    Gymdawg ~I Spy Hypocricy~

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    Obviously, you don't need advise. How do I know this? It's simple:
    There's no question mark in your post. Sure, you asked if there are any gamers, but of course there are gamers, it's a video game forum; however, you failed to provide me with any means with which to fulfill you need for advice.
    I'd love to help you, I really would; and I'm an avid PC gamer well versed in all the latest parts, technology, and games, so I'm sure I could; but I'm afraid there's nothing I can do.

    Moral of the story:
    A question mark is like broccoli: you don't think you need it, but you do.
     
    #4 Gymdawg, Dec 28, 2006
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