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Completely Unrelated / Richard Hatch dead
« on: 2017-02-08 21:50:26 »
Nooooo (actually what I said when I saw the news article). I don't usually care when a celebrity dies, but I honestly felt this a little. Maybe I was one of the few who hoped his coup with Gaeta on the BSG actually succeeded. Good post by Bear McCreary about his passing:

It's funny, Goldeneye is the only N64 game I have in my soundtrack archive (along with it's bullet sound effects). I guess I'll be updating it :P

Who can forget blocking your portion of the screen when doing MP with your friends so they can't see where you are in Facility? :D

No FF sale on the UK store, all still normal price.
It seems to be a sale for the FF 30th anniversary, not sure why it hasn't gone to other regions. I just mentioned it here as its actually the first time some games have been discounted and the JP PSN store often way overcharges. For example, Persona 4 is literally 4 times as expensive as other stores.. Get it cheap while you can I say!

Woke up this morning to this new sale on JP PSN store, not sure if its happening in the other regions (sorry for the messy looking link, it's due to the kanji/kana in the URL!):!/ja-jp/%E3%83%95%E3%82%A1%E3%82%A4%E3%83%8A%E3%83%AB%E3%83%95%E3%82%A1%E3%83%B3%E3%82%BF%E3%82%B8%E3%83%BC30%E5%91%A8%E5%B9%B4%E8%A8%98%E5%BF%B5%EF%BC%81%E3%82%B7%E3%83%AA%E3%83%BC%E3%82%BA%E9%96%A2%E9%80%A3%E3%82%BF%E3%82%A4%E3%83%88%E3%83%AB%E6%9C%80%E5%A4%A750%EF%BC%85off%E3%82%BB%E3%83%BC%E3%83%AB%E5%AE%9F%E6%96%BD%E4%B8%AD%EF%BC%81/cid=PN.CH.JP-PN.CH.MIXED.JP-CATEGORY00000859

Good time to pick up some of these games if you know/interested in Japanese, most of them are discounted by 50%. I personally picked up FFT PSP version and some of the lower number FF games (enjoyed FF origins before!).

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-02-05 14:55:31 »
Roden and DLPB I don't know why you guys bother with these people. Only 10% of people can be convinced by logic and facts. If the state and decay of the western world since the left came into power after WW2 hasn't woken them up by now nothing will, the sheep won't wake up until they are thrown in a gulag themselves.  They are nothing more than useful idiots for the people in power destroying our nations and the world. Welcome to the Animal Farm. I believe some of them aren't just useful idiots though, some of them know exactly what they are doing, they've replaced good and wholesome ideas and things with ways to feel better about their own strawberriesty souls. In other words they're evil, and they lie to themselves to convince themselves that black is white, that evil is good.

    Brothers will fight
    and kill each other,
    sisters' children
    will defile kinship.
    It is harsh in the world,
    whoredom rife
    —an axe age, a sword age
    —shields are riven—
    a wind age, a wolf age—
    before the world goes headlong.
    No man will have
    mercy on another.

12 Now the brother shall betray the brother to death, and the father the son; and children shall rise up against their parents, and shall cause them to be put to death.

13 And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.

19 For in those days shall be affliction, such as was not from the beginning of the creation which God created unto this time, neither shall be.
Yeah I'm not really bothered about them.

Personally I'm really optimistic these days.. One of the things I disagree with Alex Jones on (which I think he may already know but wants to hype up a bit) is that the globalists are in any way competent. Everything suggests they're entirely incompetent, the only power they have over us is our own compliance. If you look away from the garbage MSM comments sections and twitter/fB - you will generally find a lot of "woke", or at least honest ordinary people who are waiting for things to change. Trump is that change, or at least, the next 4 years will be that change..

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-02-02 02:06:07 »
I have a simple request for any neutral people browsing this thread - this is going pretty viral now (was just recorded today): Joe Rogan, Eddie Bravo and Alex Jones - it's basically a really fun 3 and a half hour discussion about everything over whiskey and weed! Alex Jones uncut! Haha, I've never seem him like this even on election night (he must be in good spirits). You get Trump, Clinton, private Trump stuff, space/aliens, 9/11, taxes, and the need for humanity to have a discussion about its evolution (rather than the elites deciding). I really recommend it as the hosts keep Alex restrained a bit, they (at least Joe) voted for Gary Johnson and not Trump... and notice how receptive they are to Trump when Alex redpills them!

DLPB: I'd be skeptical of debating with any person that uses sources like redcross website. No data from places like that can be trusted. It's like that global happiness report by the UN which has Japan ranked in the 50s and Saudi Arabia ranked way above it - it's a method of control (had a lot of questions from Japanese about this who were quite distressed about it, luckily I could explain it to them how fraudulent it was).

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-31 17:15:00 »
Bearing in mind that nationals of the seven countries banned by Trump have killed exactly zero people in US based terror attacks between 1975 and 2015, compared to the 4323 deaths caused by terrorists from other countries in the same timeframe
I just covered that argument in literally the post before yours as someone else regurgitated it (from Twitter I presume). I imagine more of those people will be banned after proper procedure is set up during the temporary ban..

I saw some liberals are actually getting scared because they spotted a military convoy with Trump flag:

It's strange how it literally just dawned on them the military isn't on their side. They honestly thought that women's march was a real show of power and resistance - I don't think they have an understanding of who or what the silent majority is and what kind of integrity/skills they possess.

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-30 23:30:09 »
Isn't it great how so many people keep shouting that not all Muslims/Refugees/Middle Eastern people are terrorists... WE KNOW! The peaceful people are NOT the problem, the problem is that a portion (and we can even argue that it's a large portion) of them ARE indeed terrorists who have and will eventually kill dozens of people. People like to compare Trump to Hitler which is hilarious but since we're on that comparison, I'll leave you with a question.

Were all Germans Nazis? And when the time came, who had the biggest relevance in history? The peaceful, non-nazi civilians or the much, much smaller group of Nazis?

I wonder how each and everyone of the people defending the mass refugee immigration would feel if one of their loves ones had died in one of the very recent terrorist attacks that have been taking place all over the world... Probably you wouldn't be as welcoming huh.
It's not even all about terrorism, it's about the less brighter ones not integrating properly due to 3rd world culture, carving out ghettos due to excessively high numbers, committing "casual" crimes that get covered up and always voting for dickheads so the rest of us get brought down. The last reason being why they are brought in in the first place.

And luckily. with Trump, we no longer need the consent of the left to get things done. Right now they are making a yuuuge mistake in their tactics and turning off even non-political people.

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-29 20:22:16 »
Most of the people who were advocating it like Boris and Farage are the same, and behold as soon as the vote passed they buggered off, left everyone else to deal with the aftermath.
No, I'm sick of that argument. It just means the right people wern't in power at the time the vote was passed - if someone like Trump was in power (i.e. Farage) - then the UK would be doing what the US is doing now (i.e. shutting down immigration and liberals going nuts). That's what Brexit means, pretty simple. There will be no compromise and liberals know exactly what it means for them.

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-29 15:49:51 »

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-29 01:24:10 »
awwww yeah; gettin Fascist up in this buttercup
From what I know about the crimes and injustices imposed on regular US citizens, I really have no sympathy.

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-27 18:00:17 »
I don't support torture BUT I also find it hard to feel sorry for people like the gitmo lot. Personally, I wouldn't capture them.  They aren't protected under the Geneva convention, because they don't obey its rules or wear a uniform.  I'd shoot them dead on any battlefield.
Here's the latest on the torture thing

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-25 20:57:42 »

Says it all - assuming this is a good source. If true, it's terrible.
I never realized Trump would do everything in his first week. Holy shit :P I guess that's what happens when someone who isn't a puppet to others gets into power. He's in it to win, definitely..

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-22 23:23:13 »
Heh, according to some little birdies, Trump may help with releasing disruptive technologies that the US government has been hoarding... Something Trump sort of mentioned in the speech which I thought was just some packing fluff about the future. I don't know how that will happen but it makes me feel other patriots are stepping into the game now Trump is president. Next 4 years are going to be interesting!

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-22 13:18:51 »
Nah, Piers Morgan is an egotistical opportunist.  He just follows which way the wind blows and is gutless on topics that matter.  You won't see him protesting Saudi women's rights, or the paedophile Muslim gangs of the UK, or Sharia.  He just wants to be someone and make money.  He's slime.  Not as slimy as a lot on the left - but he's someone the Right need to chuck away.  He does us no favours.  Also, he is against the 2nd amendment.

Got owned by Shapiro:

Piers actually rigged this up by bringing a kid in a wheelchair (from a  shooting), ready to play the emotional card and make Shapiro look evil - but Shapiro saw right through it and blew him away.
I think he got owned more by Alex Jones than Shapiro :D But yeah, I know what you're saying. I do find 2nd amendment people far easier to deal with than other types though.. He was also retweeting Paul Joseph Watson a moment ago.. quite surprising.

Shapiro is too anti-Trump for my liking .. but he does make some good points from time to time. A bit of a man-child though (that whole "turd tornado" thing) :D

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-21 20:23:11 »
We need more "celebrities" like Piers Morgan (never thought I'd say that) :D

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-21 16:14:02 »
Pretty much this, I'll just add World War 3 will be inflicted upon us as a final way for the globalists to cement their power to promise to end all wars by turning us into "global citizens" IE slaves, cogs in the machine. The west died long ago with World War 1, freedoms were eroded and we got the league of nations and a promise of no more wars, then world war 2 came and the globalists won yet and profited once again, bailing out their banker friends who were in serious trouble, creating that infamous illegal state and sanctuary for them, and giving us the horrible league of nations, followed in WW2 by the United Nations and the birth of modern liberalism. World War 3 will be the final toll of the bell for the West, because we failed to heed the past and listen to the wisdom of our ancestors, like Tolkien's Numenorians, literally men of the west, we will fade away under the malice and power of evil in this world. Also like Tolkien's Numenorians our fall is largely of our own making, instigated by treasonous outsiders to be sure, but the blame lies on the traitors within our midst the "Black Numenorians". I think Tolkien was ahead of his time and saw the writing on the wall, he fought in World War 1 and lived to see World War 2, he was probably familiar with Oswald Spengler's Death of the West and he was certainly familiar with Hesiod's Ages of Men, and Norse and Hindu cycle of ages.

Cicero 2,000 years ago "“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”

Nothing has changed, World War 3 will usher in the end of freedom and the beginning of open rule by the globalist cabal. My opinion? Let the world and more specifically the west burn, it deserves its fate for ignoring the wisdom of its ancestors and for failing to see that it was being played by its ancient enemies. Like how Sauron the deciever played the Numenorians through lies and propaganda, and through promises of wealth and power these enemies would not have won if not for the traitors in our midst and their greed for power. 

Like a forest that must periodically burn to grow stronger and healthy so too does this world and its peoples. Let them lie in the bed that they are making.
Hmm, well I'd agree that there's a possiblity someone will do something stupid to somehow "prove" Trump is not a good president. We all know how places like CNN work - cat is run over by car - add trump to the headline - cat is run over by car, trump - and now it becomes part of their groupthink circles that Trump killed a cat and anyone who says otherwise is a nazi. I think that's how that Pence hating gay people thing started. So far Trump says he is using twitter to defend himself against this, but I hope he has other solutions up his sleeve for that crap.

I think you overestimate their ability as well, these people are loosely organised into all sorts of weird organisations that hate each other but can agree on voting for the most scumbag candidate - about the limit of their ability is "maybe" holding a sign in public. They're not that brave/organised when people are onto their crap, mostly because their agenda doesn't even make sense (like that protestor guy on TV who says he wanted to live under Stalin and go to Russia, even though he is protesting against Trump/Russia). Most decent people will eventually see there is no benefit to acting like a protesting lunatic while other countries around them become more prosperous. We already see this kind of thing with reduced tourism to Europe from Asia and such.. eventually it will hit home and things will change, I think. It must start with them admitting they were wrong - something which will be difficult for them - reminds me of a tweet by a certain Fallout NV designer "refuse the urge to be introspective, Trump is wrong" or some garbage like that. Had me splitting my sides ;)
Yep, infowars has been great this election cycle. I watched it all day on election night, good memories! I love 'em!

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-20 22:19:05 »

Pre-emptive (and hopefully unnecessary) warning: Keep it civil. This thread is off to a perfectly fine start, but as with all political threads, I'll be keeping an eye on this one and it's subject to immediate closing if I see it getting out of hand. ~Covarr
I did notice the other threads so I tried to be careful :P

As for the protest stuff, this pic about sums it up.. Sad!

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-20 21:29:47 »
I wish I could have the same optimism you two have, I love everything Trump says, but he's got too many connections to the same people he criticizes. My guess is he'll be another Bush, basically another Democrat/Communist-Lite. That being said, we knew Hillary Clinton was evil, at least Trump is an unknown factor, I'd love if I was wrong about him and he actually meant what he says.
I'd be surprised since everything suggests the opposite. It's a soft coup against the exisiting world order. Soft coup usually involves not killing/overthrowing existing people.

And if you mean how he was chummy with Obama at the inauguration - well, yeah I bet all the US presidents probably have a pact like, don't mess legally with each other... I can understand that as it seriously affects the stability of the country. At least he didn't hold back in terms of saying how Obama's reign of terror sucked in his speech. Obama even said good job after his speech ROFL. He don't give a crap either haha, democrats are a joke.

Completely Unrelated / Re: Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-20 18:44:44 »
Yeah, really happy for the American people that they've chosen to leave the policies of Obama behind and not follow Europe into the dust.  Putting your own people's safety and prosperity first is what all good leaders do. America gets no thanks when it does things right and a lot of hate when it does things wrong.

Trump is pulling the plug.  It's so refreshing to see a population stand up against the blatant Leftist propaganda in the media too. Meanwhile, the tolerant left continue to burn and wreck and riot.
As the strongest country in the world, I'd say it's a clear signal for the rest of the world about where the future is heading. Trump's support is far higher than being reported, I would compare those tolerant protestors to um, dying gasps...

I guess other than a portion of countries in the Middle East (funding the leftists) and the Chinese (who perhaps just realized the left put them on easy street to world domination), the RoW is mostly with Trump.

The left can only rule by subversion and deceit (i.e. distortion of the truth), and they've been busted on that.. I'm sure those people protesting will quickly become the dregs of society. The question is if we should put the screw on them like they tried to put the screw on us the last 30 years, just to make sure it doesn't ever happen again..

And of course the title of this thread is a play on Anthony Cumia's hilarious "Obama president now!" rant. :) Now we can say.. "Trump president nao!"

Completely Unrelated / Trump president now!
« on: 2017-01-20 17:08:09 »
Today is a day of celebration. I must say I loved Trump's speech, it really appeals to everything I've felt in my heart since a young age - maybe it wasn't as great or as powerful as the RNC speech where he initially proposed Americianism over globalism but it's good enough - it definitely had a "for the people" feel!

It's a shame that people can't make the connection between a Trump administration and say, good video games and movies. The fact that good culture produces good movies/games is something no-one really thinks about. There's too much garbage in terms of media. All good games/movies stem from nationalist themes IMO. This is really great in terms of content that will be produced.. without that horrid PC democrat stranglehold on all things..

I'm actually optimistic about the future for a change. Good day people!

The bit with Eidos is interesting; they say they had to re-write 80% of the game's code to make it work. Maybe explains the sound thing.


Yeah, that's not uncommon.. look at the disaster that was Silent Hill 2/3 HD port..

I think most here would know most of the stuff in that article, not much new I think - unless they showed more of the prototypes in the videos, I didn't check those.. (now that would be interesting)

Hmm, is this why the PS4 version seems a bit off to me? (based on PC version?) Ugh, I should I just to stick to PS1 version..

Completely Unrelated / Re: happy holidays
« on: 2017-01-01 15:05:41 »
It felt right to say a brief hello and happy new year to all in FF community (the good part anyway :P). I'm currently playing FF8 and FF Tactics on my VITA, even though I could play FFXV if I wanted to, I'd rather not..!

Completely Unrelated / Re: What Leftism Is
« on: 2016-06-29 16:45:33 »
And what a disaster for the EU countries if it does.  They've been pushing for this for ages.  Turkey brings very little benefit for ordinary people of the EU - but it does bring mass migration.  It's also one of the reasons we voted Leave.
Maybe those developments could of been a trigger for ISIS attacking Turkey last night too (I was in an airport at same time it happened, glad it wasn't something global!). I think thats the first time ISIS have attacked Turkey.

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