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  1. Great Broadway show to watch if you can. Shit, never mind it said it played its final performance May of this year.
  2. Yeah I keep searching and I do see that its listing 18 episodes....or is there an update that I'm missing and they ditched the last 3? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4093826/episodes?season=1&ref_=tt_eps_sn_1
  3. I don't know how I missed this film in my childhood, 1987's Anguish. I just saw this and its pretty unique for its time and don't want to give too much away for those that want to check it out. It stars Zelda Rubinstein she plays the medium in Poltergeist and Michael Lerner who plays Jack Lipnick in Barton Fink. From IMDb, "A controlling mother uses telepathic powers to send her middle-aged son on a killing spree."
  4. My question to you...I don't have a VR yet..I wanna get it for this game. Thus, I won't read/watch any reviews, or see gameplay beyond what they showed in 2016's E3. Would you suggest playing RE7 with VR or is TV just good enough? I just got PS VR yesterday and I love it. It's a huge difference from just playing it on TV and I would definitely recommend it. It would be wise to at least try VR before you buy it for a good 15 minutes just to see how you react to it. I haven't gotten sick at all but some people are pretty sensitive to it apparently. I haven't had a game scare the shit out of me like this, ever. The only downside to VR is it's slightly blurry and has a bit of a screen door effect but once you start playing you really won't notice. I played the beginning hour demo on my tv just for comparison and now I'm playing it in VR and I would never go back. With the headphones on you really do get lost inside the game. Another thing you'll appreciate waaaaay more in VR is the level design. Now you'll be able to actually move your head and peer into a microwave to inspect the dead crow that was stuffed inside it, And when you hear footsteps coming from the floor above you as dust falls from the ceiling it really makes you feel like you're almost really there. I'm still trying to beat the demo but I managed to secure a copy of RE7 today. Can't speak for the game itself yet but if the demo is of any indication how good it actually is this is going to be insane. I was a bit skeptical of VR at first but not any longer, if this isn't a legit game changer then I have no idea what actually could be. Yeah its been a huge debate with me in if I should get VR for RE7 and thinking of there will be other games that'll be just as good in the future to justify its price. The notion that people are freaking out with it on just TV kind of makes me excited to think that VR is going to be that much better. Which is why i'm juggling my decision before the purchase. I have hopes for VR given its no Virtual Boy (with respects to Virtual Boy).
  5. My question to you...I don't have a VR yet..I wanna get it for this game. Thus, I won't read/watch any reviews, or see gameplay beyond what they showed in 2016's E3. Would you suggest playing RE7 with VR or is TV just good enough? Oh, I just played it on my pc. I also have an oculus rift, and VR won't be available for it for another year.... because sony bought the rights I guess. It sucks, but that's ok, since it was super enjoyable without VR, and I'll be able to get even more play time out of it when VR becomes available. Btw, play it on normal first. Then play it on madhouse. The modes are pretty different. It's more than just a difficulty increase. There are story elements changed around. I'm only about a third thru madhouse. It's taking a good bit longer. It's like the difficulty went from normal to very hard. I'm also playing it from nothing vs bringing over my stuff from a previous playthrough. Cuz that's how I roll. I'm constantly planning my routes to the next objective thru the house, and trying to be as efficient as possible. There's some of that in normal, but it's more frantic on Madhouse. Sounds good...I'll purchase to this weekend and give it a shot and play it in normal then Madhouse. Thanks for all the info. :)
  6. My question to you...I don't have a VR yet..I wanna get it for this game. Thus, I won't read/watch any reviews, or see gameplay beyond what they showed in 2016's E3. Would you suggest playing RE7 with VR or is TV just good enough?
  7. I haven't posted in a shit-ton-ago...mostly recently: Beat the story for Mortal Kombat XL Moved on to Dead Rising 4. When they give me games like Skyrim, GTA 5, Fallout...I explore everything and it takes me a while to progress through the storyline...so in Dead Rising 4 I was saving people, exploring all the stores, collecting things. I got up to a "boss fight" and encountered a glitch. I cannot progress anymore. I'm suppose to kill all enemies in that area and once that happens a door becomes active for me to open. Nothing...the "boss" music keeps playing as if someone is alive. I look around in any possible areas for 10 minutes..i fire my weapons everywhere...nothing. I reload my checkpoint same thing. I've tried this many ways and spent a lot of time. Someone told me I had to delete the save game and start all over...so i said fuck it...i'm shelving this and coming back later. Current game...Just started The Witcher 3 Game of the Year Edition.
  8. Ahhh its "I'm President Charley!" I love that video:
  9. I have to watch it...I try to endure all. Now if it just becomes hard for me to watch I'll try to take a break and rewatch it later. Its a challenge for me because I still have like 450 DVD on my netflix queue. Sometimes I'll move shit around and get a movie I'm excited about however if there were movies I added and recommended to me years ago and it arrived I'll pop it in without reading what its about or why I may have added this in the first place. I like to go in blindly. Movies in the theater I have not once walked out. I don't think I will. The only time that came "close" at all (in terms of leaving the theater) when Titanic film burnt up in the middle of the movie. They offered us new tickets for another time.
  10. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/11ouNaaVrNp60Ib34Kp0TO1n1XSc7-9DvfiZ9ZiTiD2c/edit?usp=sharing thanks woulda been nice to document all his chatting. he deleted a lot of stuff and it was always amusing You mean like this one?
  11. Merry Happy Birthday Christmas Holidays to all. As I raise my cup of coffee (later to be shots) I hereby give all WATMMers a toast for the holidays.
  12. X-Files for the first time. Got a lot of catching up to do.
  13. LOL!! Did Mega64 make this? Yes they did. I was notified via their facebook.Plus can you tell Rocco's voice when he's singing.
  14. My mom would do this when I was a kid and I fell in love with the music in this vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cqlulbi2Po
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