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jecjoker
07-03-2009, 09:23 PM
I am a gamer/tester/rater*QA and rateings*.
I play or have played about or over 100 online games and played and finished if not nearly 300 offline games discludeing multiple in game paths and short games such as flash games.....which ive played more of about 500 and beat:p
Im know as jecjr and jecjoker to mostly evryone but I started online play on Artifact as DARK ANGLE and yes I know its ANGLE its not meant to be ANGEL:D
I major games in RTS mainly and look foward to more recent ones though I give much of my current credit to the old ones that started it such as Civilization from Sid Meirs? mears? miars? no not that last one....meers? no.....well you should know of him:}
I do tend to talk alot but I am fairly agreeable to most and can be quite mature and understanding for a 15 year old.......
Current games are Combat Arms, BeyondProtocol, Artifact, Battle Dawn, Free Sky.
Looking foward too MAG, Reverie's new game(s) if you dont know its name get the **** out of this forum.
And no I diddnt swear and it censored it I put **** so you could use and 4 letter word.:p

Puppeteer
07-04-2009, 02:01 AM
Welcome to the forums, nice to have you here.

szebus
07-04-2009, 02:03 AM
Welcome and nice introduction.

frankein_fish
07-04-2009, 04:03 AM
o.O u play BP?!
BTW welcome :D

Kire
07-04-2009, 05:04 AM
Welcome =) and dont join orc sect. You are only 15 years old and you played more than i will in my whole life x.x

Kell Aset
07-04-2009, 06:55 AM
Hello there.

Darathor
07-04-2009, 08:01 AM
Welcome to the forums

OrcSlayer
07-04-2009, 08:40 AM
hi , and like kire said don't join the orcs

The Witch King of Angmar
07-04-2009, 09:12 AM
Welcome to the forums.

jecjoker
07-04-2009, 10:37 PM
hi , and like kire said don't join the orcs
Orcs though stubborn dont fit my roll and I prefer humans or Elf but ima stick with humans here.
*warning random well read though*
Elfs tend to get cought up in the past or dwindle into commons.

jecjoker
07-04-2009, 10:38 PM
Welcome and nice introduction.
Wow? Glad you liked it:p

jecjoker
07-04-2009, 10:40 PM
Welcome =) and dont join orc sect. You are only 15 years old and you played more than i will in my whole life x.x
Ive played more than alot of Pro gamers likely. I spend hours upon hours on games its my passion and I do tend to learn alot more on them than in school. Which completly contradicts what peopel tell me on how too many games are bad and rot ur brains! to tell the truth I think most gmes are well based on not just on thoughts and dreams but life facts, goals for our own future, and book learning*haha old school*:D

wou129
07-05-2009, 03:43 AM
welcome to the forums


Ive played more than alot of Pro gamers likely. I spend hours upon hours on games its my passion and I do tend to learn alot more on them than in school. Which completly contradicts what peopel tell me on how too many games are bad and rot ur brains! to tell the truth I think most gmes are well based on not just on thoughts and dreams but life facts, goals for our own future, and book learning*haha old school*:D

i agree withe theat (same here)

Kire
07-05-2009, 04:43 AM
Ive played more than alot of Pro gamers likely. I spend hours upon hours on games its my passion and I do tend to learn alot more on them than in school. Which completly contradicts what peopel tell me on how too many games are bad and rot ur brains! to tell the truth I think most gmes are well based on not just on thoughts and dreams but life facts, goals for our own future, and book learning*haha old school*:D

Actually i cant agree you here =).
While you play computer games it consumes your mind, so you are just thinking about narrow minded stuff that computer forwards to you (books are better, cuz you need to do all the graphic and visual stuff by yourself). So if you play on computer too much than you dont have time to think about your life (for future mostly - or so called dreaming) in details (the holes that you make here-you miss some parts at dreaming, shows up later). This is the most important when you are young, cuz you can set with it almost your whole life. And i know, when i play too much computer games i dont care much about other things and other thinking.
(ok something to support this is the most obvious story about cinerella. She always dreamed about castle, living there and about prince and at the end she got it - dont laugh about this example tho this story is old (this prove that in past they knew about that) and has a moral meaning about life fact)
You said that you can set your goals with playing games.... and i say, it is not enough to just once say to yourself -i want that- and go continue playing games right afterwards, but it needs constant thinking about it and giving it some kind of energy/passion, but if you are on computer you are empty, without ideas.
Believe me all i said is based on fact, i and many others (who work professionally with it) see this around us and i also see that at myself, so dont tell me you are different, cuz we are all humans and computers have almost same influence on all of us (specially on young ones... who usually deny this =P).
Ok i agree that computer can give you some agility to your brains to react quicker or something like that, but cant agree on thing you said, that you can learn life facts.
Ok here i dont want to be rude, surly there are exceptions but i havent met any yet. Its about ppl that are working with/on computers.... since they spend hours and hours with them, with that dead/soulless thing (+ the bad influence computers are providing) they lost feeling for the "living things"/ppl. Thats why most of ppl that play a lot games or work alot on computer look so weird to others and maybe not socialised, but why this happens if games teach you life facts?

Edit: Thanks Puppeteer, i tried to correct it so hope it is better now.
(tho while i am writing i am changing mind.. deleting... adding so it can become really mess =P and i am not 100% perfect at english either, but i dont know whats wrong with arguments, that you cant see where they are going =P)

wou129
07-05-2009, 06:23 AM
wooooooooooooooow nice story evrey body may have his opinion right ?

szebus
07-05-2009, 07:25 AM
This is a good one Kire, I totally agree with that.

Aametherar
07-05-2009, 11:34 AM
action>creativity>book>computer>sleep>tv

Puppeteer
07-05-2009, 01:24 PM
Kire if you're going to make some extended points, please write coherently. I not only fail to understand some parts of your post but also can't see where you are going with your argument.
However, jecjoker I just can't see how you learn more on a video game than in school. Something is terribly wrong there.

Aametherar
07-05-2009, 04:13 PM
Kire if you're going to make some extended points, please write coherently. I not only fail to understand some parts of your post but also can't see where you are going with your argument.
However, jecjoker I just can't see how you learn more on a video game than in school. Something is terribly wrong there.

Agreed, there's no doubt you learn stuff and pick stuff up on video games, as long as you take the time to research and realize what's accurate and not, but you sure as hell don't learn anything near what you learn in school. I'd average about 1 year of comp games to be 1 week of school.