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Entertainment / Re: Movies You Have Recently Watched
« on: October 09, 2017, 03:42:15 AM »
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015) Another excellent movie. Started with a bang and continued to the end save for a looooong scene in an opera near the beginning. A high speed motorcycle chase and underwater "hold your breath for way too long" set of scenes rounded it out for the intensity.



Great series and looking forward to M:I 6 - Mission Impossible in 2018 8)

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Entertainment / Re: Movies You Have Recently Watched
« on: October 09, 2017, 01:04:14 AM »
Sounds interesting. I'll have to check that one out 8)



Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (2011)
This was another great one. Tons of action and scaling the outside of the Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai. Every scene there was intense 8)
Also, a cat fight between Paula Patton and hot assassin chick Léa Seydoux

For reference :D


This was the first one without Ving Rhames as a main character, though :-\  He was onscreen for like 25 seconds at the end. Anyway, it was fantastic in 1080p with amped Klipsch speakers. Especially during the nuke launch portion. Edge of the seat again lol.



Moving on to Rogue Nation..

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Entertainment / Re: Movies You Have Recently Watched
« on: October 08, 2017, 23:34:46 PM »
Finally finished Mission Impossible 3 (2006). Took a few days and I don't like breaking it up like that but well worth it. This movie ROCKS! From the opening scene I was like, Oh no :-\
Then, the reveal later on was excellent and unexpected :D
Plus, the scene on top of the roof in Shanghai was intense as hell. Had me at the edge of my seat.
Non-insane Tom Cruise is awesome 8)


Moving on to Ghost Protocol...

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MAME & Emulators / Re: 32X 'Game Code Modifications' :p
« on: October 07, 2017, 04:41:32 AM »
Hacked this earlier tonight. Got another urge to play this system today so back at it 8)

METAL HEAD
Infinite Timer:
Search: 00 04 00 FF B0 C4 66 00 01 1E 53 79 00 FF B0 C0
Replace: 00 04 00 FF B0 C4 66 00 01 1E 53 79 60 02 B0 C0
                                   

Infinite Health:
Search: B0 A1 00 FF B0 A2 60 00 00 24 53 39 00 FF B0 A2
Replace: B0 A1 00 FF B0 A2 60 00 00 24 53 39 60 02 B0 A2
                                   

Infinite Grenade Cannon:
Search: 10 3C 00 24 4E B9 00 88 55 52 53 39 00 FF B0 CD
Replace: 10 3C 00 24 4E B9 00 88 55 52 53 39 60 02 B0 CD

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Retro News Round up / Re: Atari Box
« on: October 06, 2017, 16:59:47 PM »
More info! http://www.pcgamer.com/amp/ataribox-will-run-linux-and-amd-custom-processor-will-cost-300/

Definitely more expensive than I thought it would be, and at that price I just don't know who this is for.
Ha, this sounds awesome. I'm in 8)

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Sony Console Chat. / Re: Broken Playstation Products
« on: October 04, 2017, 20:24:08 PM »
Felt like doing that to my PS4 when I attempted Doom 2016 on the hardest difficulty lol

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Read through all 20 and laughed quite a bit at the descriptions. I'd assumed The Crow was the worst PS1 game of all time since PSM labeled it as such in 1998 but apparently there are worse. I've never played Bubsy 3D but now definitely going to try it out 8)

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Retro Chat / Re: What Retro Games Have You Played Recently?
« on: October 02, 2017, 16:36:11 PM »
Ooh, I bet that version is even better! 8)



I tried playing Castlevania 64. Was not impressed with the 3D or controls and only went a little past the first boss. Some oversized skeleton. I really wanted to like this game :'(
I'm going to keep playing though. All the way to the end and then the 2nd one for N64. Too bad they weren't nearly as good as their 2D predecessors.




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Retro Chat / Re: What Retro Games Have You Played Recently?
« on: October 01, 2017, 17:13:07 PM »
Played through every stage in Hydro Thunder on N64. Easy, Medium, Hard and Bonuses.
What a beautiful looking game!
Was using infinite boost for some serious speed 8)


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Entertainment / Re: Movies You Have Recently Watched
« on: September 26, 2017, 03:18:03 AM »
I'm 30 minutes into the 2nd one and fighting to stay awake. ::)

Finished Mission Impossible 2 and it was great after the 45 minute mark. The motorcycles at the end was coolest chase scene(s) I've ever seen lol. Way overdone and completely impossible but still looked awesome 8)
Too bad they didn't play I Disappear until the credits though. And an edited version. Ew. This was one of my favorite videos back in the day:


Can't wait to check out the 3rd one 8)


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Entertainment / Re: Movies You Have Recently Watched
« on: September 26, 2017, 02:33:08 AM »
Good to know, I'm looking forward to that one 8)

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Entertainment / Re: Movies You Have Recently Watched
« on: September 25, 2017, 19:56:28 PM »
I haven't seen them either. Got the 1st one way bc of Tara Reid but never watched it.
Putting it on my list 8)

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Entertainment / Re: Movies You Have Recently Watched
« on: September 25, 2017, 01:59:43 AM »
Just saw Mission Impossible (1996). Wow, I guess this was good back in the day but by today's standards, a travesty LOL. I'm doing the entire quintology... or whatever you call 5 movies and can only hope they get better. This one leaped from situation to situation without adequate explanation of wth was taking place. I was lost for the better part of the 1st half. And all the yelling with strained, fake emotion. Then I saw some old Windows 95 non hacking bs on the screen and had to laugh as Tom Cruise was falling asleep sending emails. Ha! Wish I would have watched this 21 years ago instead. Then maybe I could have added to the ridiculous 7.1 rating it currently has on IMDB.
I'm 30 minutes into the 2nd one and fighting to stay awake. ::)

No large picture for you MI 1:

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Entertainment / Re: Movies You Have Recently Watched
« on: September 24, 2017, 19:47:32 PM »
Last night while uploading the rest of my Doom mod videos to youtube, I watched a couple of movies to finish off a trilogy I'd started a while back. I won't be sleeping for weeks LOL

Open Water 2: Adrift (2006). While this one lacked the expected sharks from the 1st movie it was every bit as nerve wracking as it could be. Watching these dummies lose everything-including themselves-all due to stupidity was beyond belief. Safety was so close the entire movie and although it said based on true events, I don't know how this could happen even though it looks faintly plausible. I won't ruin it but a nice ride to keep you on the edge of your seat 8)



Open Water 3: Cage Dive (2017). This one was terrifying lol. The very last scene made me jump, followed by a near heart attack. Awesome :D
Back to the sharks here when a rogue wave sunk their friggin boat after chumming the water to attract great whites. And if that wasn't bad enough the petty personal problems these idiots fought amongst the rest of the movie was unreal. I wanted to line 'em up and slap them 3 stooges style.
It's got a low 4.2 rating on IMDB at this time but I don't know how. The fear gained from this is the real kind. Far more mentally scarring than any horror movie about some teenage killing freak. If you like the feeling impending doom and dread please watch this one. It wreaks of it 8)
It also said at the beginning, thanks to all the families involved but I call bs on that..


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Entertainment / Re: Movies You Have Recently Watched
« on: September 20, 2017, 15:30:28 PM »
...I do believe Gal Gadot is one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen.

I couldn't agree more. DAYUM!

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