If I hate my team mates, I just start dicking around and throw the match. I start wanting them to lose more than I want to win. Memes were never the route to go when seeking reactions though. :<
(Starcraft 2 is pretty good, but wait for a price drop in my opinion. That is if you haven't tried it and don't know what it's like.) I still wish I could play the original, but it breaks on Windows 7 :<
My friends played a lot of S4 league at one point, too bad I never joined them.
Do you mind if I add you on steam?
I know right?! Now every punk wimp is talking trash and trolling anyone who says anything they don't like. I love it when I'm sitting there, in first place, dragging the entire team to victory with my skillz, telling my teammates they're making excuses for being cheap, gimmicky noobs, and they have the nerve to tell me to stop crying. Once again, I'm sitting there winning the game for them and they're telling me to stop crying. Aaarrgh!!! It's like everyone has a generic overused troll macro. They spam memes whenever you challenge anything they do or say. It's like, ridiculous. e.o I've heard "Cry more" and "umad" over 9000 times. @_@
I'm a big fan of L4D / Battlefield Heroes / S4 League. I play TF2 sometimes. I have Starcraft, but not Starcraft 2.
That's fine, I was just using it as more of an example for what 'rock music - covers' might be.
I get distracted by the League of Legends/Heroes of Newerth type games because... well... playing a game where I can take on an enemy team if I play right just feels so satisfying. Even more so when you pull silly stuff that shouldn't work and still end up victorious. Of course I also play games like Starcraft 1&2 because I've played RTS ever since I was 7. I sort of like losing in a way too, the pressure of being near defeat gets me all tense and helps me to focus more. Well, when it's a close game anyways. If it so happens I get wrecked myself then I just kind of sit there looking at the screen like, "Wooah... cool." It can just be interesting to see the stuff other people are able to think of. Naturally I like games like TF2, but I also play things like L4D, Borderlands, Killing Floor.
However I also have a terrible troll finger from back when I was younger. If I see some other player acting the tard, pulling off the right trash talk or something to that extent can just be so delicious to me. Yet ever since I quit Starcraft I haven't done it nearly as much. But some people are begging for it...
-afterthought- Maybe it's because back then almost nobody trolled/griefed, compared to now.
Oh dear, I hope this doesn't make me seem like a bad person. (In the sense of being an ******* to everyone.)
I know right?! I know how you feel sooooo much. I can only be distracted by online games, because I need to kick some butt, and I mean real butt, none of that bot stuff. Otherwise it just feels fake and easy. x3
Hmm, so you like things sort of like this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ub_lNyVF66k
Earthbound was a pretty cool game, too bad I never beat it all the way through. It's a game I'd like to revisit. I love RPGs with a good story. I just happen to get distracted by games with online play because I like smashing other players :<
Yeah. I tend to go with remastered music, or on the rare occasion actual video game music. Retro music sometimes, but I tend to be into Rock and stuff. Like perhaps... this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUM8p1SdB3k
Yeah, I understand if music without lyrics is more your thing. I guess that means you're pretty taken up with video game music? (Especially older games?) Just a hunch of mine. I like music either way, but as my last FM reveals. The music I've listened to the most is that from Chrono Cross (Partly from Trigger), Zelda (Mostly just from OoT) and Touhou Music. Although things like IdolM@ster are pretty high on the list as well.
Hmmm, words. Do you mean words as in vocalized lyrics, or does words simply mean that the song is sung in a language you yourself speak as well? Perhaps it's music that consists of only the persons words being meshed together to form what sounds like singing... I get the feeling I'm way over-complicating this.