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DesecratorJ

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  1. I've never been a big patches dude tbh. I've bought quite a few back several years ago to make a battle vest. But I always ended up being unsatisfied with the results and not wearing it for long. Nowadays I don't think I'd wear that anymore due to being unpractical to me, among other stuff I used to rock on unfortunately.


  2. I've been collecting band shirts for a while and probably got about 200 or more (I don't even count anymore). At this point, I have trouble finding stuff that I want to have, I guess doing that for over 10 years has something to do with it, I kind of need to remind myself if I already have this or that when looking up for additional ones.

     

    I might stop that at some point because i'm starting to run out of ideas, I don't want to buy shirts just for the sake of having it, but actually liking the albums/bands represented.

     

    Otherwise, I'm starting to flirt with the idea of buying vinyl records as well, but i'm afraid of my wallet to suffer quite a bit if I'm getting into that.

     

     


  3. 15 hours ago, Chopkinsca said:

    I can't think of any Doom 64 level that I didn't like. I have played the game a countless number of times. Every time, I never started a level and thought "great, I have to do this level". 

    I agree, however I think the game is getting most interesting in mid playthrough, the castle levels are dope af for instance.

     

    In other words, it is probably my favorite Doom game other than 1&2.


  4. To me getting into metal territory was a natural thing and I feel like lot of people went through similar processes.

     

    Starting out with the most known bands, sticking to them for a bit, then starting to look for something more and more fast and aggressive. Then, wanting to explore unusual stuff or unique, thus ending up listening to the most fuck top and weird sub-genres.

     

    Pretty much summarized my 15 years musical journey with metal music.


  5. D2R looks promising compared to WC:R due to it being handled by a different dev team which is known for having done remasters of other game that went pretty well.

     

    Even as a fan of the Diablo series, I'm still not pre-ordering it though, just as a safe measure, but i'm still confident that they can pull out something good for D2. 

     

    I'm also not 100% sure of playing it mainly because i've already wasted years of my life on this game and the idea of restarting again is not that attractive to me, maybe on a more casual basis.

     


  6. I'll consider this thread as a top 5 classic rock/heavy metal to avoid a bit of a mental struggle of putting out a top 5 by not going through extreme metal or other sub shit.

     

    1. Judas Priest - Stained Class

    2. Iron Maiden - Seventh Son of a Seventh Son

    3. Mercyful Fate - Melissa

    4. Angel Witch - Angel Witch

    5. Witchfinder General - Death Penalty


  7. 7 hours ago, seed said:

     

    The same could be said about the secret levels in general honestly. None of them are really straightforward, but at least offer a hint or two in places, like Altair of Pain having a crude arrow on the automap pointing to the fake wall.

     

    Yes it's pretty obvious now, but as a kid I was probably too dumb to notice that or didn't took enough time to analyze the map...

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