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I got into gaming when I was 11 after playing one of the classic RTS games that nobody remembers: Rise of Nations. After that, I got more into shooters like: Halo and Call of Duty. I have an all time favorite it is the Total War series even though it has been five years since I played the first game. Now my gaming experience will surely change when I go to Germany. They, like other European countries have strict laws when it comes to games. I finally got into Company of Heroes and with a new installment coming soon, I hope I can stand the next challenge.
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I have an issue that I think can be solved with the gaming communities help. My parents are fine with my little brothers playing rated M games. Games like: Fallout 3, GTA5, the Mass Effect trilogy, and many more. I've been playing games since my father came home from Korea on 02 with a Playstation 2. you'd think they would listen to someone who knows what they're talking about when games like GTA5 can fuck a child's brain up. There are games that are rated M, but are fine like Halo and COD, and many people agree that they should have a lower rating. Playing games a have a negative/positive effect depending on the type of game and the content within. There are lots of parents who don't care which I understand, they don't know what games can do. I don't really know how to approach my parents about changing the games that my brothers play. Whould you be willing to help me out on this? email me at Devthegamer@hotmail.com







Devthegamer
12:46 PM on 06.13.2013

I got Fall of the Samurai ( Total War: Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai) and I really devoted my spear time to beating it. But not that it's summer I really don't play it unless I play with my good friend from Norway. He lives there but that's cool. I never got into the whole charge into them as fast as you can, but I did just spam Line Infantry and then shoot at whoever was close enough to be hit. I also had Saber cav. in my army to chase down any who ran fro the fire. When I played with my friend we decided to stay close together so we could help each other. He controlled the seas and I controlled the ground. It's a good plan as long as he as an army to protect his province. We may have only gotten a few turns in, but I thing the next time we play I will give him what I can to build his fleets.

Your Supreme Ruler
     -Devthegamer








I decided play Rome: Total War when I found out that there was going to be a Rome 2. So I played and played, and I played until I was stumped with my diplomacy. I thought I could get farther without any allies besides the three you start off with. I thought wrong... and I payed for it until me good friend stepped in and saved my ass, told who ally with and who to wipe the floor with. And then an Idea struck- Why not buy all of the provinces from our allies? Long story- short, I was able to buy out most of the land and defeat those who opposed my ass-kicking rein. Also i got a lot of double xp caps from all the Mountain Dew I went through.

I actually found out that there is a cheat system for Rome: Total War. And yes, I did use cheats to rule over people and there pathetic lives. But I only used one and it was for money, cause for reason my economy in that game is never stable! I haven't taken over the world but I did take over Rome and defeated the other families. If anything, I should get an award for ruling those ancient lags. Oh well, some win some, rule some, and steam-role the others.
Your Supream Ruler
-Devthegamer








I decided play Rome: Total War when I found out that there was going to be a Rome 2. So I played and played, and I played until I was stumped with my diplomacy. I thought I could get farther without any allies besides the three you start off with. I thought wrong... and I payed for it until me good friend stepped in and saved my ass, told who ally with and who to wipe the floor with. And then an Idea struck- Why not buy all of the provinces from our allies? Long story- short, I was able to buy out most of the land and defeat those who opposed my ass-kicking rein. Also i got a lot of double xp caps from all the Mountain Dew I went through.

I actually found out that there is a cheat system for Rome: Total War. And yes, I did use cheats to rule over people and there pathetic lives. But I only used one and it was for money, cause for reason my economy in that game is never stable! I haven't taken over the world but I did take over Rome and defeated the other families. If anything, I should get an award for ruling those ancient lags. Oh well, some win some, rule some, and steam-role the others.
Your Supream Ruler
-Devthegamer