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    posted a message on A good low priced Co-op game
    Quote from FakeComputer

    Try the war z, now Infestation: Survivor Stories! Only $15 and totally worth it. But don't buy a trial account, those are usually hacked because of keyloggers.
    I am not getting that game. It is basically a pay 2 win thing, with tons and tons of microtransactions. If you want to rip me off by suggesting that game you might as well sit in a dirt hole and drink a juice box, because I go nowhere near those people.
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    posted a message on A good low priced Co-op game
    Quote from LilPotatoe

    As much as I like to say that you get the most experience if games from PC, I'm pretty sure you can get it for PS3
    I myself do prefer PC over consoles. I am planning on getting a PS4 because my brother is a console type person.

    I've been playing torchlight 2 demo lately, I must ask if the game is really worth the 20 bucks or should I try out the dungeon defenders demo?
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    posted a message on A good low priced Co-op game
    Quote from LilPotatoe

    I knew it wasn't co-op but still, it's an awesome game.
    It looks fun, I just never got it :(
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    posted a message on A good low priced Co-op game
    Quote from LilPotatoe

    YOU HAVE JUST READ MY MIND! Portal 2 is a great game for co-op and is actually and exclusive in steam! There are many co-op games though like Garry's Mod and Team Fortress 2 in steam, and Garry's Mod especially for meeting the sandbox requirement! And how can I forget! Terraria! That's a great co-op sandbox and please referr to my topic for that game. And also, I'm pretty sure Don't Starve is on steam, not sure if. It meets any requirements but its a really good game!
    The funny thing is I own all of those games expect Don't Starve, which is not co-op, and portal two is on the Xbox for me and is not technically a sandbox, it just has a mapmaker and a steam workshop.
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    posted a message on (Mature) Beginner looking for help!
    Quote from 3lektrisk

    I ask for mature players because I don't want to add a person who is a decade younger than me on Skype via the internet...
    I have no problem with playing on servers where there are various aged people in it. It's just that I don't want to add someone on Skype under the age of 18 from the internet. It's feels kind of wrong to me.

    Do you get what I'm saying? Does that clarify things for you?
    You just smacked me in the face with ageism, and I'll shoot you in the back with disrespect. Just because one is young does not mean he is immature. If someone is young, they can have different personalities, immature, mature, etc. For example lots of people say I have an Old Soul, I'm just 11.
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    posted a message on Minecraft: Why it Shouldn't Be Used As Punishment
    Quote from tbone120120

    thats like giveing a killer a gun to kill because he "enjoys it".If it makes the chiled angry than they need to learn that the actions they do have consaquinses.
    No, it's like sending the prisoner to jail and then waiting for him to learn what he does. I know punishment is not doing something FOR the person, it is doing something to make them learn a lesson.
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    posted a message on Haha I love this game!
    Quote from Jimmars

    Which was a dumbed down casualization of the previous installments, which weren't that good to begin with.
    Don't attempt to glue stupid crap onto my opinion if you're wrong.
    Well who shoved horse ­ in your mouth? Do you just hate every game ever? You seem to gun down every game unless it meets EXACTLY your needs.
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    posted a message on A good low priced Co-op game
    Quote from Tiel

    CubeWorld is a great example of how not to make an RPG. Mindless, repetitive, no kind of purpose anywhere - the procedural voxel terrain isn't all that intriguing either, and seems to be primarily a hype mechanism.

    Well sorry that it looks fun to me. Early access, updating, tons of enemies/mob, tamable and rideable pets, boss battles, infinite map, randomly generated map, sometimes epic terrain, blowing up stuff to mine in caves, get epic loot, play as 4 different classes, it looks pretty damn good as an RPG to me.
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    posted a message on Minecraft: Why it Shouldn't Be Used As Punishment
    Quote from tbone120120

    have you EVER herad of a thing called *punishment*?Its a great little thing that keeps children from turning into insale people living on the street.I hope you learn it on day.

    -tbone120120
    Yes. Different types of punishment can be good, but taking away something the child loves just makes them even more angry and mad at their parents/guardian. Doing something like giving them something they don't like such as make your child listen to Bustin' Jiebers songs for 30 mins sure does make them angry, but then they can go relieve themselves by doing something they enjoy.
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    posted a message on Call of Duty, or Battlefield
    Battlefield. In BF4 you can blow up skyscrapers and make them fall down, BF has vehicles, spawn beacons, parachutes, medpacks, stingers, and huge maps. Unlike cod which has the exact opposite.
    Quote from Herp_derpasauras

    ­ CoD. :steve_tearful: Too many raging babies.

    No bro, it is the tiny micro-piranhas in the knife, and when they go into your bloodstream they kill you intantly.
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    posted a message on Blowing up obsidian
    Quote from LakeWithoutWater

    It is possible with Mods/Plugins/Filters you have to agree with that, but in PURE Vanillia MineCraft it IS impossible.
    No. It is possible in vanilla, you just need to compact all the tnt and make it stay in one place. You could do this with hundreds of command blocks all hooked up to activate the /summon command to summon tnt in a chamber at the same time (With a one tick delay between the 16x16 square of redstone over commandblocks, then a line of repeaters between each thing), it will summon all the tnt you need into an obsidian chamber so it won't fly everywhere, then you wait for the tnt to explode and the obsidian should be broken. SPC just makes it so much easier. It is possible in vanilla, the blast resistance still stays.
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    posted a message on MOST ADDICTING GAME? [ Cookie Clicker ]
    Quote from Frog81

    For one thing I bet Toribash is as good as if not better.
    Hell to the yes of toribash. I played that game a while ago, but it is uninstalled now.
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    posted a message on Minecraft: Why it Shouldn't Be Used As Punishment
    Quote from Grandcrafter1

    Your parents obviously failed in disciplining you then.
    It just makes the child more mad. Just make sure they don't do anything wrong. Punishing them like that just rises their want to cause anger to others.

    Quote from PotaterCrafter

    Everyone has that phase where they meet minecraft, and fall in love with it than after a while simmer down to an average minecrafter. But I really do think that you need to seperate yourself from the game if you think minecraft IS reality and your prioritize the game over school and learning, well, it's time to take a break buddy. And don't get mad at their parents, although sometimes they might just not seem to understand you completely or make illogical decisions they are just trying to take care of you.

    Also, you can ONLY express yourself in minecraft? I kind of doubt that.. you can find a hobby that you really like.



    Having a good laugh with your friends in the park doesn't cost money.

    Fun does not necessarily mean gaining attention or anything that is illegal.
    Right, but having a fun laugh in the park with your friends is practically almost one of the few things you can do. The majority of life is what I said, work, work, and more work.

    Do I enjoy the fact that I am living?: Yes.
    Do I think minecraft is extremely better than life?: No.
    Do I want more freedom in life and not have to worry about taxes, live like the Indians did?: Yes.
    Do I want a good education and prepare myself for the future when I have to worry about the challenges in life?: Yes.
    Do I wish life was as free and simple as minecraft?: Yes.
    Do I have a social life in real life?: Yes.
    Do I think minecraft > reality: No.

    "There once was a time when you could build your house wherever you want, where you traded and grew your own crops, where you didn't have to pay money to live in a house. Then white man came and improved it."
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    posted a message on A good low priced Co-op game
    Quote from Tim_The_Hero

    Moanco. It's a retro looking game where you plan your hiest. it's 1-4 players, where you choose classes, and steal to get the best time. Seriusly awesome.
    Is it a sandbox? That is all I need to know.
    Quote from DismalAmoeba

    This is very specific, so I'm afraid I can't give you anything.

    Although I do recommend Spelunky, but it doesn't meet the requirements
    I looked at a playtrough of Spelunky from Millbee, looked quite fun, but it is only local CO-OP, but I can play with my brother, so maybe.
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    posted a message on A good low priced Co-op game
    I'm looking closely at Torchlight II and Dungeon Defenders.

    I seem to want torchlight II more, but must I own the original first to get some sort of plot?

    Also, I can stand Dungeon Defenders. It does look fun, but I am just saying Torchlight looks a bit better to me if I want a topdown view game, but if I want a plain third person, obviously Dungeon Defenders.
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