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Old 08-27-2014, 12:29 AM
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Selling some games

Yeah, I’m cleaning out some more of my stuff. This is mostly some of my older video games and a few TV series DVDs. I’m gonna say that everything is five dollars (Canadian) plus shipping to wherever you live unless noted. Everything has the original cases, booklets and shit. So if anyone wants any of this crap PM me. I mean if anyone wants some of this great stuff PM me.

PS3
the Beatles Rockband (game only)
Dragon Age: Origins (ten dollars)
Dragon Age 2 (ten dollars)
Dragon Age: Inquisition (thirty dollars)
Guitar Hero III Legends of Rock (I probably have the guitar somewhere too, so we’ll call that one fifteen dollars if you want the guitar too (or best offer)…and probably hefty shipping)
Lego Rockband (game only)
Motor Storm (still wrapped in plastic, it came with my first PS3 and I don’t even know what it is…still five dollars)
Singstar: ABBA (I probably have the microphone somewhere)
Star Wars: the Force Unleashed II
WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2008

PS2
Devil May Cry
Devil May Cry 2
Final Fantasy X
Final Fantasy X-2
Lord of the Rings: the Third Age
Medal of Honor: Frontlines
Singstar 80's
Singstar 90's
Singstar Pop
Singstar Pop vol. 2
Singstar Rock (I think I have two microphones for these)
SOCOM: Navy Seals
Star Wars: Bounty Hunter
WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2006 (on hold)
WWE Smackdown: Here Comes the Pain (on hold)

PSone
Austin Powers Pinball
Final Fantasy VII
WCW/nWo Thunder
WWF Attitude
WWF Smackdown 2: Know Your Role

Xbox
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

GameCube
Harvest Moon: a Wonderful Life (on hold)
Luigi's Mansion
Namco Museum
Tetris Worlds
The Sims

Movies on DVD
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
Austin Powers: the Spy Who Shagged Me
Cloverfield
Dumb and Dumber
Edward Scissorhands
Family Guy: Blue Harvest
Family Guy: Stewie Griffin the Untold Story
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Harold and Kumar go to White Castle
Hellboy
King Kong (2005)
Napolean Dynomite
Pulp Fiction
Reservoir Dogs
Saving Silverman
South Park: Bigger Longer and Uncut
Step Brothers
Supersize Me
The Dark Knight
The Godfather
The Godfather Part II
The Mist
The Scorpion King
The Simpsons Movie (still in plastic wrap)
Trailer Park Boys: the Movie
Where the Buffalo Roam
X-Men
X-Men 2

TV Series DVDs
My Name is Earl Season 1
My Name is Earl Season 2 (still wrapped in plastic…still five dollars)

Music DVDs
Deicide: When London Burns
Neurosis: A Sun that Never Set
Slayer: War at the Warfield
Zao: the Lesser Lights of Heaven

CD's
10 Years of Anjunabeats
3 Inches of Blood – Long Live Heavy Metal
Aphex Twin – Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments pt2
At the Gates – At War with Reality
Audioslave
Autopsy – Mental Funeral
Battlelore – Evernight
Beherit – Engram
Beneath the Massacre – Mechanics of Dysfunction
Black Dahlia Murder, the – Deflorate
Blackguard – Profugus Mortis
Blond Redhead – Misery is a Butterfly
Bongzilla – Stash/Methods for Attaining Extreme Altitude
Borknagar – Quintessence
Brutal Truth – Sounds of the Animal Kingdom/Kill Trend Suicide
Burn to Black – Mach 666
Cave-In – Perfect Pitch Black
Cemetary – Sweetest Tragedies
Chemical Brothers, The – Dig Your Own Hole
Clutch – Jam Room
Clutch – Pure Rock Fury
Cynic – Focus
Dark Forest – Aurora Borealis
Dark Tranquility – Damage Done
Darkness, the – One Way Ticket to Hell…and Back
Deeds of Flesh – Portals to Canaan
Faceless, the – Akeldama
Fantomas – Suspended Animation
Fantomas + Melvins – Millenium Monsterwork
Fat Boy Slim – You've Come A Long Way, Baby
Flume
Gorgasm – Bleeding Profusely
Green Carnation – Light of Day, Day of Darkness
Harvey Milk – Courtesy and Good Will Toward Men
Helrunar – Baldr ok Iss
Incubus - Make Yourself
Inveracity – Extermination of Millions
Isis – Sgnl 05
Khold – Hundre Ar Gammal
Killers, the – Hot Fuss
Killwhitneydead – So Pretty, So Plastic
Korn - Untouchables
Leftfield - Leftism
Lewis – L’Amour
Locust, the – Plague Soundscapes
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Skynyrd's Innyrds: Their Greatest Hits
Manishevitz - City Life
Maudlin of the Well – My Fruit PsychoBells: a Seed Cumbustible
Mayhem – Chimera
Mayhem – De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas
Megadeth - Peace Sells…But Who's Buying
Megadeth - Rust in Peace
Mercyful Fate – Don’t Break the Oath
Mike Patton - Adult Themes for Voice
Mike Patton - Pranzo Oltranzista
Mushroomhead – the Righteous & the Butterfly
Myrkur
Necrophagist - Epitaph
Necrophobic – the Third Antichrist
Neurosis - The Word as Law
New Wave Gold
Nightwish - Once
Nightwish – Century Child
Opeth - Orchid
Opeth – Ghost Reveries
Orbital - In Sides
Order of Ennead
Outkast - Stankonia
Paradise Lost - Gothic
Paradise Lost - Reflection
Paradise Lost - Shades of God
Peaches – the Teaches of Peaches
Peeping Tom
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
Pink Floyd - The Wall
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Primus - Antipop
Ramones - All the Stuff (And More) Vol. 1
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magik
Red Hot Chili Peppers - One Hot Minute
Self Defense Family – Try Me
Sigh – Gallow’s Gallery
Six Feet Under - Haunted
Six Feet Under - Maximum Violence
Six Feet Under - Warpath
Skinless – Only the Ruthless Remain
Sons of Otis - Songs for Worship
Swallow the Sun – Hope
Swarm of the Lotus - the Sirens of Silence
System of a Down
System of a Down - Steal This Album!
System of a Down - Toxicity
System of a Down – Mesmerize
Tchort - The Heavens Are Showing the Glory of Tchort
Thirty Seconds to Mars – This Is War
Tombs – Path of Totality
TV on the Radio – Return to Cookie Mountain
Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker – Questamation
V/A - Heavy Metal 2000 Soundtrack
V/A - Nativity in Black: A Tribute to Black Sabbath
V/A - Ozzfest Live
V/A - Woodstock '94
V/A – We Reach: A Tribute to the Melvins
Vital Remains – Icons of Evil
Watain – Sworn to the Dark
Wetwork – Synoid
White Zombie - La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol. 1
Woods of Ypres – Woods III: Deepest Roots and Darkest Blues
Zombi – Surface to Air
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Old 08-27-2014, 08:44 AM
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I already own three out of four of those DVD's (no Deicide). Nice.

But seriously, I might be interested in that Bioshock bundle. I've been curious about that game for ages. What did you think of it?
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Old 08-27-2014, 09:00 AM
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Old 08-27-2014, 09:22 AM
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I'm bored so I'm going to review the games I've played/know of

PS3
Brutal Legend - It was such a fun game... until that RTS battle with the big demon lady. I got stuck there and stopped playing the game. I have no idea how to do games like that, and it made me rage so hard.
Grand Theft Auto V - One of my most favorite recent games. The city/state is absolutely amazing, I still remember driving from the North area to the city and seeing the lightning hit the mountains in the distance, everything was great. Just so much to do with this game, overwhelming at times, but so fun. And the multiplayer is super great.
Guitar Hero III Legends of Rock - I think I had this one on PS2 and didn't play it as much as I wanted to. I can't recall what songs were actually on this one, but always fun games!
WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2008 - THe SDvsRaw series was always fun. I don't know which one this was, but I'm sure I played the shit out of it.

PS2
Devil May Cry - HARD AS FUCK. BUT SO KICK ASS.
God of War - I only played a demo of it, sadly, and regret that. Such a great game and the controls were super.
Grand Theft Auto III - The game that got me into the series. It was so far ahead of its time. I remember not knowing that the gaem jsut started right up with no menu screen and was so worried that I got a buggy game .
Grand Theft Auto Vice City - Probably my favorite of the GTA series. The vibe, the soundtrack, the characters, the movie references. It was thuper thweet.
Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance - This game gets a lot of crap from the video game elitists, but it was a solid game and I loved how they killed off Lui Kang and allowed other players to be int he spotlight. MK4 blew ass, but this one nailed the 3D fighting landscape.
SOCOM: Navy Seals - Once again, I only played a demo of this, and I remember it got SO MUCH hype when it came out. It seemed fun, but I was never good at war games.
Star Wars Racer Revenge - Never played this, but played the first one on the N64 and loved every second of it. Can't imagine this being much different.
The Simpsons Road Rage - I rented this from Blockbuster a couple times back in the day, hearing it was The Simpsons, but GTA style... meh. I was never a Simpsons fan, and this game just felt very repetitive. From the beginning.
WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2006 - I KNOW I played this one. Think this had Triple H on the cover? Wrestling games used to be so fun
WWE Smackdown: Here Comes the Pain - See above.

PSone
Driver - Yuuuuuuuuuussssssssss. It was so fun to just cruise around the city on free mode and run from the cops. Drive 2 was better, duh, but this was a great start to the series that took a giant trip over its own feet in Driv3r...
Star Wars Episode I: the Phantom Menace - This was a fun game, until I got stuck and had no idea how to go further.
Syphon Filter - Only played a demo of this, but it was so fucking fun. Shooting out the lights in the subway area felt so aweomse!
The Legend of Dragoon - Only a demo as well, but I loved how this game looked and felt. I think I need to play this some day.
WCW/nWo Thunder - This game sucked, except for the entrances. Controls were so bad.
WWF Attitude - This game felt so slow, but the roster was amazing... Yeah, I dunno, was a bit of a letdown. Edge lookd so tired in his entrance!
WWF Smackdown 2: Know Your Role - Fuuuuuck yeah. These games were so crazy and sporadic and hyper feeling. I remember thinking the graphics were AMAZING

GameCube
Luigi's Mansion - Played this with my friend a lot back then, was so much fun after thinking it would be stupid.
Mario Kart Double Dash - Its Mario Kart, need to say more?
The Sims -
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Old 08-27-2014, 09:52 AM
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Selling GTA5 without even giving it a shot
I just wanted to see if I could get any bites before I opened it. If it doesn't go by next weekend I'll probably start playing it.

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I already own three out of four of those DVD's (no Deicide). Nice.

But seriously, I might be interested in that Bioshock bundle. I've been curious about that game for ages. What did you think of it?
I'm not much for First Person Shooters. But the environment was cool, the mood was eerie and the visuals were good. There just wasn't much in terms of story. It had an expansive story for a FPS but when you play nothing but Final Fantasy and Mass Effect anything less is...less. I can see why people loved it and why it's held in such high regard but it just wasn't for me.

I made it through the first game and played about a quarter of the second.

I also got the red light of death when I first started playing those games. It had nothing to do with the games but I was pretty mad. So it's guilty by association.
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I'm not much for First Person Shooters. But the environment was cool, the mood was eerie and the visuals were good. There just wasn't much in terms of story. It had an expansive story for a FPS but when you play nothing but Final Fantasy and Mass Effect anything less is...less. I can see why people loved it and why it's held in such high regard but it just wasn't for me.

I made it through the first game and played about a quarter of the second.

I also got the red light of death when I first started playing those games. It had nothing to do with the games but I was pretty mad. So it's guilty by association.
Cool. Thanks for the info. Tell me this - I know it's rated "M" but that doesn't always tell the whole story. Do you think it was too intense to play along with a kid who is in third grade and has played games like Turok where there's some extent of guns / knives / blood? My son recently convinced us to let him play COD:MW3 - which I'm assuming is worse than Bioshock - we gave in mostly because we were aware that several of his friends had it, and he'd pretty much seen the whole game anyway at this point.
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No joke, the first Bioshock might be one of the greatest games for the last generation of consoles. Fantastic story, fantastic gameplay, fantastic visuals, fantastic immersion. I would highly recommend it.
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^ I've heard that, but some of the stuff I've read seems to indicate that it'd be a good idea to hold off on playing it with my son just yet - which means that I'll probably never play it because I rarely play anything by myself these days.
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Cool. Thanks for the info. Tell me this - I know it's rated "M" but that doesn't always tell the whole story. Do you think it was too intense to play along with a kid who is in third grade and has played games like Turok where there's some extent of guns / knives / blood? My son recently convinced us to let him play COD:MW3 - which I'm assuming is worse than Bioshock - we gave in mostly because we were aware that several of his friends had it, and he'd pretty much seen the whole game anyway at this point.
I don't know man, I'm pretty desensitized to those things. The violence wasn't too over the top or gory. What may get him more is the overall gory, decrepit, decaying look of everything. It's pretty warped so it may mess his head up a bit. I can't remember if their was swearing and I know there was nothing sexual.

I guess I can best compare it to Silent Hill as a first person shooter. I'll see if I can post you some videos when I get home from work in the morning.

Like Manks said, it was a really good game. I just lost interest pretty fast.
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No joke, the first Bioshock might be one of the greatest games for the last generation of consoles. Fantastic story, fantastic gameplay, fantastic visuals, fantastic immersion. I would highly recommend it.
What he said. Bioshock 2 was good but really fell flat compared to the first game but if it is a bundle then I say good for it
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