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Hey everybody,

so after years of lurking on Destructoid I decided to become a (somewhat) active member by creating a profile. I'm a typical 22 year old Dutch guy who loves himself some games. I've grown up with Nintendo since I was 3 (I lost my gaming virginity on the NES), expanding my tastes to SEGA, SONY and Microsoft during puberty (lol). I'm currently hard at work finishing a pharmaceutical masters degree at a Dutch University (hence my nick), but not even that can stop me from playing some games.

I'm a single player kind of guy, but I also love me some good multiplayer action from time to time (without the bigots). I love new and original games, and I am always interested in trying something different and innovative. But shiny HD-sequels of space-nazi's killing zombie pirates with kick-ass gameplay will suit just as well !

I'll keep this short and I'm gonna read up on some C-blogs. My first blog will be up soon. Also I love comments, it's great to have some feedback/discussion once in a while, that's why I joined this great community in the first place!

See you soon and happy gaming!


greets from Steve,

BTW feel free to add me on PSN: (ID: StevePharma)

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With the recent hype surrounding Scribblenauts I decided to get my word crunch on with Bookworm Adventures VOL. 2, which came out this week ! Popcap is on a roll with Plants vs. Zombies, which still stands as a contender for my GOTY. Bookworm Adventures VOL. 2 is a great addition to the Bookworm franchise. It adds more RPG elements and tougher enemies, refining the experience. This is summarized in the following pictures of my playthrough:







As you can see the refinements are not the only reason why I play this game. Too bad the above words didn't work :-(. I love dirty talking in my Bookworm Adventures. I haven't seen much of Scribblenauts (only read the ENORMOUS NeoGaf-thread and the "God vs. Kraken" like Youtube movies), but nobody and I mean NOBODY entered "faeces" or "urinal". Why? Am I that immature? Maybe I'm compensating for my general gaming etiquette, which is hard in a world that calls you out for being a COCKFAG every 2 minutes.

So for all the douchebags online I SINCERELY recommend Bookworm Adventures VOL. 2, so you can sublimize your dirtytalk on Old McDonald and Mother Goose instead of trash-talking on me. Instead you could compliment on me teabagging your head.

Oh and BTW dirty words DO WORK in Bookworm Adventures Vol.2 ! I recorded proof for you all. Put that on the site popcap as a bullet point to boost sales even more :-P



Tell me what your longest dirty word was in Bookworm ! Without trash talking on me please :-P If anyone can tell me if dirty words do something in Scribblenauts please elaborate. I want to justify that Rooster Hat.
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