Been ok, just kinda wonder if the 5th Generation will be on the Nintendo 3DS, or is the Nintendo DS going to be the first handheld in history to have two generations on it.
Incase you didn't know... I've heard the Nintendo 3DS will have it's games that are only compatible for the Nintendo 3DS, along with improved graphics and screen resolution.
If Pokémon Sunday in Japan reveils them on the 3DS... that would mean they'd have to leak the info on Nintendo 3DS and the looks, and every game that is reveiled in April gets released sometime in September in Japan.
Hey there Michael, how's everything been for ya?
Incase you didn't know, I've been playing the ROM of the English Pokémon HG/SS and Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, as well as researching them. I've managed to rip all the voices from Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, so maybe soon or later I'll be able to release it for everyone to use. And while researching the ROMs, I also discovered that the music file extension for the Nintendo DS is ".sseq", and in which is converted to midi or converted back.
Messengers don't carry viruses. The reason you had a virus on your Windows Live Messenger was only because you clicked on a certain link that looked irregular that one of your contacts sent you. And when you usually click on those links, you get what is called an MSN virus. What that virus does is it makes a window flicker and you can't move your pointer anywhere, unless you press ctrl+alt+delete and end the program. And whenever the window flickers, the link you clicked on that contained a virus will spread to your contacts.
I had this virus once. And the only anti-virus program that saved me from it was Bitdefender, Kaspersky, or NOD32.
But don't worry, those programs won't have one. It's only Windows Live Messenger that has contacts sending you links like that, but whatever those links are like "http://ImageSnipez.com/?user=[email username goes here]&image=DSC00245.JPG" don't click on them. If you notice the difference with a normal link, you'll see that all links don't contain caps on the site name, and they don't have your email username in it either. And that's how you can tell the difference.
Btw, MSN viruses aren't really sent by the person themselves, it's the virus itself on their computer.
So yeah, that's how they're like and stuff. MSN viruses are the ones that I really hate the most.
Also, don't forget that you might have to download a more decent anti-virus like Bitdefender or NOD32. Even if they are trial versions.