"Hi Rex" "It's been five days since I last played WoW"
*Everybody claps* "Thank you. Although, to be honest, I have the urge to log on the minute I step into my room today. I wish I can fight it." "Yes, you can." "WoW... has taken everything from me. Everything. Six months ago I even sold my kidney to pay for the monthly fees. And to buy stuffs from the farmers. I even sold the virginity of my anus."
Tears came out of Rex's eyes. "It's okay. You're not alone" "Yeah, we're here for you, Rex."
Rex took a deep breath before continued, "So, everything is starting to get better now. Thank you."
[No WoW Players are harmed in the writing of this blog post]
[Events and characters portrayed in this post are purely fictional. Any similarities are purely coincidental, except for that anus part.]
No, don't worry. eD has not taken over my willpower yet. And Blizzard sure as hell hasn't got my soul yet. Just posting some funny wow-related videos here. Even though for some reason eD told me not to post them here. Let's start now shall we?
For those of you who still have not realise by now, the WGA is currently on strike. So expect that all of your favourite TV shows ending mid-way through the season. Luckily, I've got a snippet from the next episode of Lost right here. Check it out:
Also, who didn't remember this scene from Pulp Fiction? It's not really my favourite scene from the movie, but I'll post it anyway:
Finally, a 300 trailer. Well, 300 Gnomes that is:
So what do Locke, Tarantino, and Leonidas have in common? They are all midgets.
Okay, here's the deal. There's been a lack of updates around here. The truth is, the gaming spirit inside me is fading away. I guess I'm just getting old. Even eD has started to call me pakcik. (Damn kids, get your filthy videogames off my lawn). So, to keep this blog alive, instead of blogging on new stuffs and news of upcoming games, I'll do what I do best. Telling stories. Asides from some old posts about GTA, I've never really share any personal experience regarding my gaming skill (or lack of). So let's start off with something then. Can I get a hell yeah?? No? Hurmm? Just one guy, fair enough.
Back in the days before I even own a Playstation, we all used to hang out at the house of Gamer Malaya's own Rezz. Almost every single day. My Genesis just died around that time so I needed my gaming fix so badly. Luckily, it was around that time also I became good friend with Rezz. So what was in the beginning started off as, "hey, wanna play Tekken after school?" became an everyday routine. Who was there every evening? From Gamer Malaya: Me, eD, Rezz, azrul_xp, and occasionally not-so-slim shady. Other than that, we have a guy named Fahmi, Imran and Shahril.
You see, back then we were just noobs. Rezz had more than a year head start into Tekken 3 ahead of us before we made Tekken 3 our official routine everyday. In addition to that, he only ever used Paul fucking Phoenix. Needless to say, we got owned... a lot. Then me and azrul_xp came up with a solution: the combo stopper.
Let's step aside for a while. Let's talk a bit about Fahmi's behaviour in fighting game. I don't know how he is right now, but back then, he was what gamers called "a turtle". He blocks all the time and waits for an opening before hitting his combo. Now, if you play Tekken, you'll realise that Paul Phoenix has a short delay time for his unblockables. Short enough that most of the time, Fahmi just stood there blocking, and take a full hit from the Phoenix punch.
At first, it was really funny whenever Fahmi blocked his way to doomsday. Then, occasionally, each of us fell victim to the punch. The real problem wasn't actually the punch itself but the combos that will follow. We started to bitch whenever he used the punch. That's when me and azrul_xp came up with the combo stopper. the thing that can stop the Phoenix punch. Or what we called: "Gaahh!!" (followed by pressing the buttons) So what was it? Press start and select together. A.K.A the light reset. pressing start and select will bring you back to title screen. This was our own way of protesting against Paul Phoenix. Man, that was hilarious whenever we pulled it off.
Of course, it didn't take us long to master the game. Soon after that, each of us mastered the pattern of Paul Phoenix's 10-hit strings and can block and counter Rezz's every move with ease. Of course, it still took a while for Fahmi to get off his turtling habit.
That's it for now. To Gamer Malaya guys. Write something, assholes. :P