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200th Post. in General Discussion, including Off Topic, Current Affairs
Wales is the little country attached tot he west of England.

The Welsh are often associated with "sheep shagging"
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 20, 2006 5:33 am
Louisiana Passes Violent game bill into law. in The Great Debates!
Andreyevich wrote:
I saw a couple of 'adult' games on sale in Australia - like that Playboy mansion one. I'm not sure what it was rated though - I'm pretty sure that it was rated as 18+ or as "Adult", don't know why that was. Might have been an imported version or something.

Yea, that game is an "18" over here (UK). Doesn't deserve it though.

Im just glad the UK doesn't have any stupid game-related laws.

They just need to enforce the age ratings (its way too easy for, say, a 7-year-old to buy a game like GTA).
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 20, 2006 5:28 am
Spore (and Will Wright) in Microsoft / Windows
I hope Spore is actually going to be any good.

All I know Will Wright for is for creating the most boring game ever (in my opinion), Sims and Sims 2.

Still, i can't say they spore doesn't look intreguing.
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 20, 2006 5:21 am
Any modders? in Microsoft / Windows
I am (well was, im having a break from it at the moment) a modder for Star Trek: Bridge Commander.

It's still got a massive community, and modded versions of the game have better graphics than Star Trek: Legacy (coming out in september).
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 20, 2006 5:17 am
Linux in Software
I used to have Ubuntu installed.

But it had massive problems with some of my hardware.
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 20, 2006 5:15 am
GREEN DAY in Entertainment, Film and Music, Mobile devices and media
Green Day are quite good, but still far from the best.
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 20, 2006 5:12 am
Legal Emulators! in Gaming
Well, GameCube and DS games have been pirated. The're just not common because there's hardly any price difference.

It may be possible, but would Nintendo be able to detect modded Wii's if they ever go online...

I'm guessing they would be able to.

btw, you forgot about the Sega relics.
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 20, 2006 5:10 am
I've seen this before. It's just seems to be some guy wasting his time writing a load of rubbish. (no sources or proof at all)
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 20, 2006 5:05 am
200th Post. in General Discussion, including Off Topic, Current Affairs
Well done.....i've got a long way to go.

oftopic: yuna, is it me, or does your sig seem a bit.....welsh?
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 20, 2006 5:03 am
Games, not schools are teaching kids. in Gaming
Andreyevich wrote:
I do agree, however, that schools do show people how to pass exams. When it gets to core subjects like Maths and English Language, however, it is up to the individual's skill (which they have practised and refined in school) to decide whether the exam is passed or not. Students cannot simply 'regurgitate' anything for Maths or English (they might in a science exam, however) - focus in these exams is on the student's ability to solve a new problem, with old skills.

I passed English and English Literature at GCSE with a B and a C, which was mainly due to "examination technique" and "luck". Also, Science is not a subject one can simple "regurgitate", as it (mainly physics) involves a lot of maths.

But I do agree, some gamers don't learn anything from games. It depends on the way you play them.
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 20, 2006 4:58 am
PS 3 ore Xbox 360 in Gaming
Well, it depends on:

1. What games you want
2. How much you are willing to pay
3. When you want it

Really, just look at the games for each system, and get the console that has the most games you want.
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 20, 2006 4:49 am
Hi from a guy from Wales in iVirtua Members Introductions
800fsbgang wrote:
Hello Cube welcome to these brilliant forums,I May have to turn you into a 360 Fan  thou lol.Only Joking all Gamers welcome,if you need any help just shout

I would consider a 360 if i was able to afford one, but i can get most of the good games for my laptop anyway.
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 20, 2006 4:43 am
Hi from a guy from Wales in iVirtua Members Introductions
I'm one of the few trekkies that isn't that interested in the original series, but I love every other one.

But, at the moment, my favourite sci-fi has to be Doctor Who.
Posted by Cube Wed Jun 14, 2006 3:53 am
IE7 Beta 3 dates leak in Software
Gprime wrote:
Haha, be a beta tester Andurion and be one of the first to get infected by a virus!

Microsoft's software ain't that bad. A decent spyware remover and anti-virus is all you need.

I've got WMP 11, Live Messenger 8, IE7 Beta 2 and Office 2007 Beta 2. I've also have Live One care. No problems with any whatsoever.

I thought it was SharePoint Designer that replaced FrontPage?
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 13, 2006 3:03 pm
IE7 Beta 2 in Software
Got this, and it was a massive improvement over the previous version.

Then, it's nothing special, just todays standard. Went straight back to FireFox (which remains my "best browser ever")
Posted by Cube Tue Jun 13, 2006 2:58 pm
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