Invintation to groups are out of the question, just don't invite me to them at all without talking to me first. You would need to be on my friends list first before I would consider anything about you inviting me to a group in the first place. I otherwise will join groups on my own time nonetheless.
I will add random friends, but... do not add me if:
-You are begging for free items or games -You constantly desire my attention and expect an answer right away -You have the judgementality of a middle-school grade kid or under -You are trying to make an offer for any rare items in TF2 I happen to have (Bill's hat, earbuds). They are not for sale. -You expect that I'm available for playing a game all the time; especially if we just met. Get to know me for a little bit first, and therefore determine whether I will like you or not. -You are unable to speak English (why would you if you can't?) -You are a scammer. (disclaimer, you WILL get reported if you are one.) -You are overly prideful or elitist. -You are purposefully trying to trigger me to become angry. (well gee.)
Not recommended adding me if: -Your grammar is terrible. -Your spelling is disastrous. (Typos are fine to an extent.) -You have a short fuse/temper.
Keep in mind, sometimes I do judge by a profile, so if your profile was in a different language for example, I may not add you.
I'm sorry if this may seem harsh, but I'm tired of idiots getting in my way and wasting my time that I desire to have as much of as possible while enjoying it.
Feel free to leave a comment if you came across this page. ________________________ Supposedly cruel standards made clear aside, I guess I should introduce myself. I'm Vagak. I play games. Not really a hardcore gamer, nor am I really a casual gamer either. Well, maybe I'm hardcore, I dunno. I'm not really all that talented though from what I've figured so far, and I have no patience for practice. Yeah, that's me.
You will likely see me on Facepunch. I've participated in several things in the past, but not anymore, so you will just see me active on Facepunch for now. As simple as that.
Feel free to add me.
________________________ The avatar was made by Themie of DeviantArt. I didn't necessarily get permission for whatever edits I've done to it, let alone use it. If Themie spots this, I hope they don't care... too much. Just keep in mind that I'm not the original artist.
This is a brilliant game. A game far more brilliant than the others out there. Why? It has discs. Discs which can obliterate the head of an individual within seconds. Discs that could send your joy and happiness flying away in an instant. And you're also standing on discs too! Discs which can send you flying to another disc! Sending you richochetting all over the place. Hah! Ricochet.
I listen to a lot of chiptune music. But that music is nowhere comparable to what I've heard in this game. It's like the genres of "epic scores" and "chiptunes" mixed together to become a great ball of flashing shiny awesome. And the challenge? A big one at that; about as challenging as Super Meat Boy. I think that's the joy of indie games, they already know what audience they're aiming for without a second question about it. And this audience they have? One that desires a challenge for once. One who needs to challenge themselves.
Great music. Not recommended for people who have seizures though. Nonetheless, enjoy.
Ah, this game. I felt it was a pretty good game... even for playing single player... but it seemed like so much was missing. It seemed very obvious as you went through the storyline. Towards the end, it seems liked they *rushed* it from that point forward. After fighting the boss on that tower made of junk? Most definitely. I'm sure they had much more in planned.
The DLC however, added a lot of content that should have been around in the main game in the first place. I found the gameplay of every single DLC to outreach all the content within the main game itself. Well, except for Jakob's Cove. Something tells me the vehicles brought up in "General Knoxx's Secret Armory" was meant to be put in the game in the first place anyways.
As it is an RPG, it still has those tedious grinding moments; but they level you up well. Instead, you have to grind for loot as loot like good guns is random in this game. I hate repetition most of the time, I dunno about everyone else. Go ahead and try it.