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    posted a message on NYC 2013 (Minecon Location Request)
    Quote from The_Doctor_123

    One thing I do not see: Proof.

    OT: New York is good, along with Chicago and Disney World in Florida.

    http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1555496-minecon-2013-date-and-location/page__st__340
    Maybe you should look again (at the first post on that page).
    Posted in: Minecon 2012
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    posted a message on Has anyone played E.T.?
    Quote from cocokat

    LOL I don't know a person in existence who likes E.T.

    There are a couple of people who have nostalgic memories of it, and the creator is proud of it being one of the few Atari games people still talk about, but apart from that there's really no one.
    Posted in: General Gaming
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    posted a message on Has anyone played E.T.?
    I really don't get all the hate towards this game, I thought it was great, it easily gets into my top ten. Really, those mechanics were really creative, I loved the idea of searching under the ground for spaceship parts. The open world was great too, so easy to get lost in. The graphics weren't great, but they were heavily stylised, and fit the theme pretty well for the eighties. I also liked the lack of tutorial, it really let you make your own fun, and the game has so many memories because of it.
    So yeah, in short, I just don't understand the hate behind this game, I loved it.





    Just kidding, it sucks.
    Posted in: General Gaming
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    posted a message on Theory on getting rid of lag
    If anything this would make lag worse, not better. No support.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Modern Structure Generation
    No. Like others have said, modern cities completely contradict Minecraft's established setting.
    However, I would support ultra-rare, tiny, half-buried city ruins that could be taken as modern buildings, but are left open to interpretation. That would fit the theme, but a fully-functioning modern city would not.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Minecon 2013 NEW YORK CITY petition
    Quote from OllieRaiden

    I'm quite interested. Seen you post this around this board a few times but haven't been able to find anything from Mojang themselves saying this. Where exactly did you hear this?

    Quote from Mut8r

    When did Mojang say that?...

    http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1555496-minecon-2013-date-and-location/page__st__340

    Look at the first post on the page.
    Posted in: Minecon 2012
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    posted a message on NYC 2013 (Minecon Location Request)
    Quote from PokeCanada

    Thank you for saying it for me. :)

    You're welcome.
    Posted in: Minecon 2012
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    posted a message on NYC 2013 (Minecon Location Request)
    Quote from Cruncheon

    It being anywhere other than Europe completely screws it up for me.
    Can you guys think a little? Minecraft is very popular with kids, but no kids or parents I know would take them to New York, Japan or Sydney for ONE WEEKEND. That is simply not worth it.
    Plus, most kids have school, so that also screws up a lot of scheduling. Can you please consider this point?

    Can you think a little? It was in Europe this year, so you had your chance for the time being. Not all kids live in Europe, plenty could go if it were in those places.

    On topic:
    Mojang already said Minecon wont be in America again, sorry guys.
    Posted in: Minecon 2012
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    posted a message on Where should MineCon 2013 should be?
    Quote from rorybg

    I think they should go in a pattern,

    America
    Europe
    (Asia?)
    Oceania
    South America
    America
    Europe
    etc.

    They have a large Minecraft community too.
    Posted in: Minecon 2012
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    posted a message on Killing villagers - any penalty?
    Quote from Slyde01

    I was able to get 2 villagers into a walled off area, and ive bred them so now i have about 100.

    The problem is, many of them offer pretty crappy deals, and i'd like to kill them off to make room for more useful villagers.

    Is there any downside to killing them? I just dont want them all refusing to sell to me or something, so i figured i'd ask first before i like the sword start flying...

    thanks in advance!

    If you only kill a couple and then buy all of a villager's stock, you should be okay.
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on What the gamers of these forums want - Xbox 720 or Playstation 4
    So far I'm going with the Xbox/Xbox 720/Nextbox/Durango, mostly for Halo 5 and 6, although I haven't decided for sure yet.
    Posted in: General Gaming
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    posted a message on Minecraft Lore
    My lore is that in the future a transhumanist-religious group attempts to find heaven through technology, but once they were there, they discovered it wasn't what they expected. A monster which they believed to be God cursed them when they got there; opening their minds and giving them great power, but at the cost of both their humanity and sanity. They then believed that they were above regular humans, and began eradicating them. They used their powers to turn the dead, and various animals, into monstrous puppets, designed to scout out surviving humans.
    When only a few humans were left, they each chose between two methods of escape from their pursuers. Many left to hide in a hell-like dimension, but where swiftly ravaged by its wasting influence. They succumbed slowly to a disease that rotted their flesh and left them feral. Their three great kings promised to leave and find help, but where never seen again, and it soon became apparent that the kings' elite guard left to protect their civilisations were corrupted by the same affliction as the pursuers that they left their native world to hide from. Their fortresses were left to crumble, forever haunted by undead knights and fiery guardians. Their new home ultimately, had become even worse than their original!
    The humans that stayed on earth had far greater success, living in small villages in the wilderness, protected by simple machines. They trained heavily under religious doctrine, which allowed them to stay sane, even in the face of such a great evil. Their bodies changed after 1000's of years of this. but unlike their hellish cousins, their minds stayed the same.
    After all this time, only one pure human remained, somehow preserved for millennia beneath the ground. However, he would eventually reawaken, and hold out mercilessly against all the new world's demonic inhabitants. He was perceived by the villagers to be some kind of demigod, and they held onto a hope that he would finally defeat the still-living members of that transhumanist group that continued their genocidal campaign for all those 1000s of years that had passed.

    What do ya' think?
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Halo 4 The Win
    Quote from bowserchomp

    -snip-hominim

    1. I'll ignore this one, it's 'ad hominem', and it makes me question your credibility somewhat.

    2. On inferior games, that's correct, but this Halo we're talking about. Halo, the series that made FPSs work perfectly on consoles, and the fourth instalment is no exception. Every time I've fired on of the guns the bullets have gone exactly where I intended.

    3.You clearly haven't played the game if you think this. Literally the minute I started playing I had to adjust to MasterChief's newfound burst of energy. He still isn't as fast as DOOM's eponymous marine, but he's still much faster than a lot of current gen FPS protagonists.

    4. And so the levels are designed to compensate for this. Guns and equipment are always positioned in just the right places and given to just the right enemies so that you'll almost always have what you need. As for strategy: play the game, plenty of strategy on the harder difficulties.

    5. 'Might want to fix that image, all I see is a question mark. Unless of course that that was the point, in which case: see above.

    No it's not good enough. Most of your points are either biased or flat out wrong.
    Posted in: General Gaming
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    posted a message on Halo 4 The Win
    Quote from bowserchomp

    I bought Halo 4 today. It wasn't until I came home and was about to start opening the game that I realized...

    I freaking bought Halo 4! I quickly went back to the store and returned it. :)

    ...?
    If you're going to reword other people's posts and turn them into insults for the heinous crime of liking a game you don't like, here's an idea: EXPLAIN WHY YOU DON'T LIKE THE GAME.
    Posted in: General Gaming
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    posted a message on What tools to create entire world into one biome with natural structures?
    Use WorldPainter, the world wont be infinite but you could make what you're suggesting pretty easily.
    Posted in: Discussion
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