Discussion in 'SF Open Government' started by DerSteppenwolf, Jun 5, 2004.
It doesn't fully accomodate sports, movies, music, television, or books, either.
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thats only cause noone posts about them lol, dont be silly.....
no, what i mean is that people are free to post about them but if they dont then whose fault is that?
in th history of the forums, there are 6 examples?
"just do it", and post, it doesnt need to become an argument.
I can't believe YES is winning. That's sad really.
Why must video games and pornography take over the net. I thought scifourms was about expanding the mind, not pacifying it.
No ... that's the first six in the forum.
Don't bother...I have always been and always will be the master of video games, no matter what kind. I've beaten my friends at video games easily when:
1. I didn't have a PS2
2. This was the first time I played the game
3. He had it for over a year
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Video games pacifying the mind? Then you don't know how hard a video game can get. All video games need some mental ability to play, its not like how it used to be, where you can press a button and beat it. If its pacifying anything its your physical body (addicts). Watching T.V (what exactly are you thinking about other than what's being presented to you) and Staring at a wall pacifies your mind. for gods sake there's strategy games out there which I doubt you would ever be able to beat, and yes, you actually have to Think to beat them.
P.S - Try a command and conquer game, like...Warcraft 3, Age of Empires or some other game similar to that. Play the online game and watch how easily other's forces will overcome you, unless your a military genuise, which I doubt.
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There isn't enough demand or content about videogames. Computer science section is fine for whatever little threads there about videogames.
i hear the argument that this forum is for a more elevated type of discussion, and that there are thousands of videogame forums all over the net. this is exactly why i propose videogames have theri own section or subsection on sciforums.com; because the level of discussion here is ususally better than somewhere else(there are of course, exceptions), i'd like to also be able to discuss videogames with this sort of people. an yes i can do it in the computer science and culture section, but no one ever seems to know videogaming is included there.
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