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Date: February 17, 2012, 2:36 pm

From: Salvatore:
Hey Maria! Glad you are ejinynog yourself and to know that I am not the only one who loves the excitment of live music after all these years. My friends seemed to have outgrown going to concerts, but I thoroughly enjoy seeing and hearing the music live!

Date: December 6, 2013, 3:45 pm

From: Sai:
#26#11 Have to start by saying I ralery click through the HMOTB posts for one simple reason; they always seem to feature boys pretty, shiny boys, granted, but boys nonetheless. Thank you Berry for stepping outside the box and putting a man up here. It is refreshing to see someone with depth in his eyes. MOAR PLEASE! And by MOAR, I mean please keep stepping outside the "youthful perfection" box and bringing us different flavours of men to appreciate.

Date: December 18, 2013, 7:38 am

From: Bao:
Alright. While the original wreitr had some valid points, it's amazing that the person editing this has nothing better to do with his time than blatantly bash someone's writing. What a fucking grammar Nazi. Secondly, Dead Space 2 is shit. It's a complete rehash of the first game with improved graphics and several decent heart-clenching moments that descend into cheap thrills and some of the most boring, cookie cutter hallways filled with gauntlets of enemies I've ever seen. But at the height of the action in the first part of the game (the train and giant alien shown in the trailer), it suddenly goes downhill inexplicably. You're introduced to one of the most boring females in gaming, which then leads to a series of missions where you explore hallways (now decorated with colorful banners and balloons, oh joy), while experiencing the same dull, frustrating combat from the first game, now complete with cheap kills and the worst pacing I've seen in recent gaming. Since when can developers get away with this cheap substitution of plot (the Marker induces hallucinations triggered by psychological trauma), and the ridiculous amount of false advertising and teasing cityscapes that we never get to explore? The game basically screams: Look at our beautiful skyboxes and the scope of the Sprawl. But still, we're crammed into corridors and occasionally allowed a zero-gravity excursion into (big shocker) more corridors, with the only decent part of the game coming in the form of realigning a solar array panel while silhouetted by celestial eye candy. It would have been nice to explore more of the Sprawl from the outside, and have a decent zero gravity boss fight. While it makes some major improvements over the first game, only the young or easily amused will find Dead Space 2 any better than the original outing. Oh, and just as a side note, the number of bosses in Dead Space 2 is pathetic. What a waste of serious potential.

Date: November 28, 2015, 6:02 pm

From: Guo:
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