Living with First-person Shooter Disease

July 12, 2009 -

FPS fans will appreciate this one...

Via: boingboing


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Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

My favorite part: the curb... where he had to jump up onto the sidewalk.

Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

Funnee!  I loved the SFII guy.

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Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

give this video a 5 star! that was hillarious!

Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

Ouch! That hit close to home. I used to have that too when I was in college. When I stood still for more than 30 seconds, I could zoom in with a sniper's crosshair automatically. Four years of rehabilitation got it out of my system.

Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

 I can't believie that it was uploaded by IGN. Anyway my favorite part is when put the handgun.

Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

I LOL'd when the gun poped up for brekfest!

 


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Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

That was the best part!

Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

Haha, same here.  Even better when it came back out because she took the butterknife.
 

Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

that's been on gametrailers for a while now.

Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

Huh. I wonder what Jill Valentine Syndrome would be like. Probably not as limiting as Chris Redfield Syndrome.

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Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

Jill Valentine Syndrome is characterized by the following traits:

1. Inability to move and attack at the same time.

2. A tendency to almost become a sandwich - Giggity - but always managing to escape.

3. Able to open any locks - You are the master of unlocking!

4. Legendary hotness, causing drooling, shambling masses to follow you.  Often leads to #2 on the list.

 

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Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

I lol'd

Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

That was pretty funny.

Now ot just wait for soem anit games thingy to cite this as one of the problems caused by gaming. :/

Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

XD that was great. I bet so me people will think its real.

Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

Geez, get a grip.

Re: Living with First-person Shooter Disease

I guarantee you some bigwig will use it as "evidence". Anyway, kinda voocalizes my thoughts on FPS animations.


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quiknkoldpoor girl. poor victims. rather focus on them then the shooter. giving too much thought to the monster takes away from the victims.10/24/2014 - 10:15pm
Andrew EisenFor what it's worth, early reports are painting the motive as "he was pissed that a particular girl wouldn't date him."10/24/2014 - 10:12pm
quiknkoldwell then I suck as a man cause I ask for help when necessary :P10/24/2014 - 10:07pm
Technogeek(That said, mostly I was making the smartass evopsych comment because your post seemed like the kind of just-so story that has come to dominate 99% of its usage.)10/24/2014 - 10:04pm
TechnogeekHell, Liam Neeson built his modern career around it. Cultural factors likely play a far greater role than you appear willing to admit.10/24/2014 - 10:03pm
TechnogeekSeriously, though, the idea of "because women are protectors and that's why they never commit school shootings" is, at best, grossly overreductive. There's nothing inherently feminine about being willing to kill in order to protect one's offspring.10/24/2014 - 10:03pm
MechaCrashThe "toxic masculinity" thing refers to how you have to SUCK IT UP AND BE A MAN because seeking help is seen as weakness, which means you suck at manliness, so it builds and builds and builds until something finally snaps.10/24/2014 - 10:01pm
quiknkoldthere, I'm done. And thats what Christmas is all about, Charlie Brown10/24/2014 - 9:54pm
quiknkoldand I am not spouting Evopsych, technogeek. tbh I never heard the phrase till you said it. I'm going off my observations.10/24/2014 - 9:54pm
quiknkoldmoreover, the guy who did this isnt even white. He was native american according to the news report I read. Also that he went for a specific target. That's a much different picture than a certain Sandy Hook guy who will not be named10/24/2014 - 9:53pm
quiknkoldbut I am also certain nobody in their right mind is committing these shootings singing the Machoman song. these are sick individuals who have given up on life10/24/2014 - 9:51pm
Technogeekevopsych lol10/24/2014 - 9:49pm
quiknkoldWhen you suffer from mental illness, youre more likely to go by instinct. yes. I came off as sexist.10/24/2014 - 9:46pm
quiknkoldmore on somthing they are fixated on. Post Partum Depression is an example. This is why a woman is less likely to go off on a rampage.10/24/2014 - 9:44pm
quiknkoldA Mother will fight to protect her children or her mate. This does not mean they are any different then males when it comes to destruction and mental illness. A Woman has just enough opportunity to be sick like a man. The difference is they will focus10/24/2014 - 9:43pm
quiknkoldsociologist. I've spent years observing and I've come to the conclusion that a big reason men and women are different is because Women are Protectors. Women wont wantonly kill because they are all about protecting what they care about. They are wired this10/24/2014 - 9:43pm
james_fudgeYeah having a penis probably doesn't have a lot to do with it10/24/2014 - 9:32pm
quiknkoldIts Mental Illness. Nobody who is actually sane would willingly walk into a school and commit that. its Mental Illness topped with Teenage Angst. and I'm going to say something that may be construed as sexist, but I dont mean it as such. I mean it as a...10/24/2014 - 9:29pm
Matthew WilsonIt is a worth while discussion, but I dont agree with here premise. I dont belive it has anything to do with masculinity.10/24/2014 - 9:13pm
Andrew EisenAgreed but it's not untrue either. I think it's worth examining and discussing why mass shootings are almost always (if not literally always) committed by males.10/24/2014 - 8:57pm
 

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