Sometimes known as Bastable. Other times known as IronMeadow.
Oh, and apparently there are only two cities in Hampshire, and neither of them are Southampton. Not that I am from Southampton, but it is a lot closer to where I live than Eastleigh. Which, if I remember correctly, is just south of Southampton, if not actually counted as a part of it by Hampshire County Council.
I have black hair now. Black hair is cool. Or rather, I don't think it suits me.
Also, see that link to my Formspring page? Yeah, that one. Spam me with questions. Please.
I have an internet connection again! Hooray!
I fight for Whirled Peas, what about you?
Doc Scratch melted my graphics card. I will have revenge on that manner-obsessed cue ball.
I no longer moderate on The Escapist. That is all.
Above all else, the group is about friendship, cooperative play and good fun. That doesn’t mean to say we don’t have attitude though!
The group has members from all over the world who play a wide variety of different games.
Games we really like include Borderlands, Call of Duty, Counter Strike, Dead Island, Dungeon Defenders, F.E.A.R., Killing Floor, Left 4 Dead, Orcs Must Die, Portal, Sanctum, Serious Sam BFE, Team Fortress 2, Trine and Warhammer® 40,000™: Dawn of War® II – Retribution™, but don't worry if you don't play any of these, we play just about everything!
And when you become a member you get to wear the prestigious (N☆G) tag before your name :O
( Copy and paste the tag to get the star! ).
The group is open to all girl gamers of all ages.
Membership is by invitation only. If you would like an invite, would like to suggest someone for an invite, or have any questions, then please just leave a comment in the new Ninja ☆ Girls Recruitment discussion forum.
If you have any concerns then please contact one of the group officers.
Simply the best RPG I have played in a while, To The Moon is all heart and story, a tear-jerker with humour aplenty. This small indie game manages to do what so many triple-A RPG titles fail to do. Where other games focus on combat and how much loot you can carry, this game weaves a story you just can't quit. Unless you have no heart, or keep it locked away in a set of drawers, gathering dust. For lovers of a good story-driven game, I heartily recommend this game, and the brilliant soundtrack that comes with it.
If you enjoyed Sins of a Solar Empire, you might enjoy crying while the AIs in this game generally crush you repeatedly. Defences are nearly impossible to set up, with no set jump-points between systems. Despite the AI being overpowering on even the lowest setting, there is a certain something about this game that makes you want to go back, build a ship bigger than a planet, and hide in your last system while hoping the other empires will ignore you long enough to make something that gives you a chance.
I never thought tower defence and first-person shooter gameplay could be melded so seamlessly and well, this is more than worth investing money into, especially with more free content on the way to bolster a great single player and multiplayer experience <3