so who is it from?
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so who is it from?
ahh i thought it looked familiar i like it
im curious about your avatar picture.. its kind of mad.. it isnt from okami is it?
i prefer the internet.. irc/forums and stuff to playing games
no thats what i mean.. 9/10 games i play for 2 minutes (ok a figure of speech, maybe 2 hours) and then decide i dont like it and never play again. i guess im not much of a gamer
you keep talking...
did i?! :) thanks for giving me the link, but as i said its a bit expensive for me
i try and go for cheap games because most i dont play. i think ive got about 30 ps2 games and i only play 1 or...
hehe you are joking right about buying all the kit, i thought americans didnt do sarcasm :)
that price also has +shipping to england, its a bit much for me
ive seen one on the local ebay here...
yep im after the pal version
im looking on ebay.. a few people are selling but its not cheap
lol after seeing it I looked up the instruction book online and it seemed kinda complicated. When I went back it had gone.. I guess a "real man" had got it.
I'll find it.. sooner or later.
I've only been looking for it fairly recently after hearing it was a good game. I did find one version in my local store but I passed because there were no instructions with it.
Nice work. I've been looking out for Okami on the PS2 for a while now.. it's hard to get hold of.
im almost sold.. would like to play it on a ps2 so it's on tv
games on my desktop pc are not the same
Geany may be what you're looking for, it's in the repo's.
My sister used to live in a street called Cumwell Lane
This web site explains the process:
It should be possible to install from a CD, you may need to change your BIOS settings to boot first from the CD drive.
One way is to put the filename in quotes, so the filename my file becomes "my file"
For some searches I find it's better to use Search Titles Only from the Advanced Search form.
Playing ZX Spectrum games on an emulator :P
im pretty sure all the different versions come out on the same day, which will be at the end of this month.
there are several minor changes but the main difference is in the UI (for example no cd burning software.) also with UNR its easy to switch to the regular gnome desktop if the UI isnt to your taste....
ubuntu desktop edition 9.10 works great on my asus eee 1005 no hardware problems at all. i recommend the netbook remix version tho, which im planning on upgrading to when 10.04 comes out. with the...
I've been meaning to give Wolvix a try.. just because I'm a dog lover :P Looks pretty good, based on Slackware.
A netbook all the way.. for the keyboard and to run Ubuntu.
Geany for coding.
Mostly Mousepad for simple editing, because it's small and fast (I have it as my default text editor.)
Nano or Vim when using a terminal.