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  1. Alice
    February 25th, 2013 9:43 AM
    Nah, I wouldn't be able to put it on a cartridge (although, that would be awesome.) I mean a computer game.

    All you really need is a text editor (notepad) and a programming language/game engine installed. Of course using game making programs is a lot easier so that's what I use for now.

    I definitely could do it, but it would take a lot of time/effort of course.
  2. Alice
    February 25th, 2013 9:09 AM
    Actually, I've been thinking about making a Pokemon game from scratch. It's a lot more work of course, but it gives you a lot more freedom and is more rewarding. Plus you don't have deal with the myriad of glitches, crashes, file corruption and other issues that you'll have to deal with when ROM hacking.

    Haven't decided for sure, and I probably won't stick with it if I do start it, but maybe.

    Also, I'm in psychology class right now. So exciting. lol
  3. EGKangaroo
    February 25th, 2013 8:42 AM
    I can usually avert those type of comments pretty easily, by, as always, saying I am not interested. They sort of get the point by now. I'm not the kind of guy who chases girls if they happen to have voluptuous hips, a large bosom, and whatever kind of physical traits that turn most people into lascivious hounds -- and I am actually not that kind of guy -- so for all I care, my parents don't know about my homosexuality yet, but they still don't necessarily suspect I am anything that I am not.

    I'll have to disagree with you that you think a sincere relationship is kind of like something that only belongs in fairy tales. Indeed, it's the only kind of relationship that ever leads to requited love. Romantic relations have -- over a long period of time -- been ... well ... romanticised, while friendships, on the overall, have been kind of neglected. Romantic relationships have turned into a multi-million dollar industry of matchmaker organisations claiming to have the ultimate methods of pairing up individuals that are perfect for each other, but they're missing out on the creation of friendships, because they're impossible to synthetically create. That's why most people don't trust dating sites. They're so hollow. So artificial. Because they're missing out on one of the key ingredients to making friends, which is repeated unplanned interactions, and that's a really hard thing to fake.

    I disagree that a romantic relation that stems from the very thing that makes friendships the commodity by which we should be judged -- their brutal honesty, intense vulnerability, and complex understanding of a human's bare personality -- is in any way little more than just something we can dream about. Call me an idealist, but it's the only kind of relationship I woud find acceptable to put my commitment to. I do not know whether it was your intention to make it sound like it's an impossibility, but your second paragraph kind of proclined to that sentiment.

    There is one person I know of who fits everything I've ever wanted to have from a friend. Unconditional acceptance of my character, a sincere heart, a caring personality, willing to lend a warm blanket to a self that's been disregarded its whole life. As if the odds are even more astronomical, he is gay too. Gosh, if there's anyone I'll ever want to commit to anything serious with, it's with him.
  4. Shining Raichu
    February 25th, 2013 12:46 AM
    Shining Raichu
    It's fun stress though, not bad stress though the time it took to reply to this message just goes to show how much of it there is!
  5. .Aero
    February 24th, 2013 10:54 PM
    I don't mind one bit either lol. I also feel like you have a 1D reaction gif for everything lolololol
  6. Cid
    February 24th, 2013 9:03 PM
    Yay! :D Actually I was in a public library with restricted internet, so perhaps the faulty connection itself was messing with me. :\

    Wow he must be really enthusiastic and such. XD; Although that's part of the drawback that make most people stay away from new users; it gets a bit overwhelming at times. ;; But as long as you sincerely like the new people you interact with and that you mean what you say when you reply to it, then I'm sure it wouldn't be too much of a problem.

    I was actually a 13 year old when I joined and I still adamantly thought that I could do it. That I could actually make a hack and such with all the resources that PC had and all the bustling people that it acted as a home for. I think that it really depends on how persistent you can be. And sometimes people just get the hang of the process a lot faster than others, like it's a natural skill for them. But yeah, I think you should try it if it interests you! It's part of the PC experience; at least for me, haha.

    Yeah it's kind of hard to get a school with a plethora of good teaching staff. But sometimes I think that it shouldn't always depend on the teacher, and that your own enthusiasm should at least influence your performance with the little that it might only do for certain cases. :\

    You really have an inspiring philosophy with things. I might just keep that in mind, because sometimes I tend to lose sight of which path I'm actually gonna enjoy being in when I make all these career choices and life-changing decisions. I like how you just typed that out without knowing how much of an impact it would do to me. XD;

    No, I think you have it the other way around. ;D Thank you. :3
  7. Alice
    February 24th, 2013 8:34 PM
    Yeah, ROM hacking is what brought me to PC. I never had the patience to make an actual hack though... although I used to make maps all the time for it. What about you?
  8. .Aero
    February 24th, 2013 8:05 PM
    Zayn is always adorable. But yeah, I bet they allowed it because of the fact that the group themselves made it and that would be stifling their creative vision! (I'm kidding entirely)
  9. Student D1
    February 24th, 2013 7:41 PM
    Student D1
    Well, that's what he said in a certain interview. He wanted to make a new song that can totally replace the Gangnam Style; I suppose he knows that the Gangnam Style isn't getting popular now, so he's trying to create new song with a possibly catchy dance.

    And speaking of dance, I just remembered a hilarious video. This is the video. (I guess you already saw it?)
  10. .Aero
    February 24th, 2013 7:40 PM
    lolol Niall is a dirty one!
  11. Student D1
    February 24th, 2013 7:28 PM
    Student D1
    No, it's all right. Many people have different tastes and opinions of different kinds of music, so I understand and I respect your opinion.

    Yeah, Gangnam Style is a listened and danced too much already; that's why Psy is planning to make another music video, with a possible new dance, that can be a phenomenal as Gangnam Style, but I'm not sure about that. And ha ha! I just loved the ending of NigaHiga's version.
  12. Student D1
    February 24th, 2013 6:51 PM
    Student D1
    Yeah, I like American country music. I may be Asian but it's not bad to listen to them anyway; I find the beat of the music very well and easy to sing along... well, for me. Emotional songs makes me think about life in our would today. I listen to soothing music mostly during the evening, so I could sleep well.

    Well, thank goodness they were scolded after doing such act. And that's true, the more we keep doing that, it'll soon become less interesting and irritating. Gangnam Style is still popular in my place, but it's not that phenomenal anymore; it may have a large amount of views but there are less people visiting the video nowadays. NigaHiga's version is okay, and slightly funny.
  13. .Aero
    February 24th, 2013 6:50 PM
    I'm sure people didn't mind lol.
  14. Student D1
    February 24th, 2013 6:33 PM
    Student D1
    I listen to random songs, so I don't exactly know the names of most people, but let us say, I listen to emotional ones (yes, I'm an emotional person, but I don't cry a lot) and country music. In addition to that, when it comes to video game soundtracks, I listen to the ones that are soothing (like Zelda's Lullaby) or the ones that make me think very well (like the Puzzle theme of Prof. Layton games).

    Eh, you may be right. I got pissed off when some of my classmates (just some), who're very obstreperous, were doing the Harlem Shake on the bus and trying to film themselves; and yet all of us were told to not stand while the bus is in motion. Ugh, it's indeed annoying. The only Harlem Shake that I find it funny is NigaHiga's, but that's all.
  15. Alice
    February 24th, 2013 6:23 PM
    I don't think general ed should be required in general... I'm going there to learn to make games, nothing more. I honestly don't even care if I get the degree, as long as I can start legitimately making games. lol

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