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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by SUPERFISH5000, Apr 21, 2012.
Any monitor that is VGA only is definitely one not worth using
Well if you have one of those sweet ass old school Commodore monitors and have some retro consoles (or Amiga!) I'd keep that around.
Mouse, keyboard and mouse pad! (I have a bunch of booby anime pads, but does anyone actually use them as a mouse pad??)
Got Dragons Dogma and Dark Souls III on Steam
Also got 8 cartons of blue diamond almond milk, some protein pancake mix (love this!) and some sugar free chocolate syrup to go with them. All the noms!
Some more Limited Run Games games. First ever Vita title from them.
Reprint of the orginal Warhammer 40,000 Rogue Trader! Very awesome and very eighties.
Got a new mouse mat, a USB powered LED strip and a pay rise.
Disgaea 5 Complete Limited Edition and Ultra Street Fighter
A really big and awesome figure of Galko! (excuse my bruised arm and the carpet)
Here she is in my room. Very detailed (and like I said, big. 1/6 scale)
I wanted that Galko-chan since I saw the prototype at AnimeJapan last year - shes great!
I liked overwatch so much during my session at the start of the weekend free play event that I decided to get it (standard edition of course since the GotY edition had extras that didn't make it worth the money in my opinion).
I've got the swimsuit one preordered too, but I think I prefer this one. They need to do her friends too! They could combine bases into a diorama.
got vol 1 of delicious in dungeon and have flying witch vol1 on the way.
Viz's box set release of the Revolutionary Girl Utena manga is an amazing set. Hefty too. You probably could kill someone with it if you hit them right, is how heavy it is.
2 thick hardback volumes + poster.
As a Fan of Yuri I should own that
flying witch vol 1 arrived yesterday - and im already writing up a review for it.
Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind Collector's Edition.
Big statue, map, "journal" and game
Guess amazon have started allowing things to arrive before release date again then!
A couple of freebies
Starting with a dell precision t1600 that just needs a hard drive to be fully functional (and ignore the xeon sticker since all it has is a pentium g645 installed for now).
And a gigabyte GA-P35C-DS3R which needs a lot more then just storage to get working.
At least it didn't require the purchase of a new case since I already had a few available.
This actually came the other day (Friday) but I started using it today. If by using you mean writing some sample programs in Micropython and going "huh, neat".
Why didn't I get something like this when I was in school? Lucky snot nosed brats!
(It seems a bit weird to me that Linux isn't an officially supported OS for coding for this, I mean really Auntie? Really? Luckily the official tools are web based and run without any care as long as you have a good browser. Im using a tool called Mu, which is a Micropython development tool based on one of the web based tools. Works a treat)