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  1. Josho

    Natural Selection 2

    Ok i spent the weekend on and off the game in between RL actviites and can say im happy with what they've served up. Theres a few little tweaks and bits and pieces i'd like added like ability to hop out of a mech once your in and say stuff like being able to assign players as group 1 or group 2 as Comm so you can manage your players better would be nice. But over all i like it. Havent jumped in as a comm on the aliens side yet but i've played against some sneaky ones recently and the strats their starting to use look interesting.
  2. Josho

    Natural Selection 2

    im biased and say yeah give it a shot asap. But that cause i loved the first one and with the servers full and everyone rocking and rolling im enjoying myself alot at the moment.
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    Natural Selection 2

    Yeah it'll prob take a little bit then it will all kind of "click" the one thing i noticed they changed is now aliens also have a "commander" which confuses me a bit but i'll get there.
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    Natural Selection 2

    Hello Gents and the rest of you, NS2 has launched and it rekindled a love i forgot i had. This game mixes FPS with strad-ga-dee and team work. Had a few games last night which were ok and got me back into the groove of how it all worked and what changes had been made between NS1 and then the beta. Then third game ended up being a huge arm wrestle match between the two sides. Each side fought over the middle of the map taking resources points and key Hive / commander locations then loosing them and regaining them time and again. Watching a charge of massive 4 onos plunge into 5 heavy mechs with support on both sides diving into the fray put a massive smile on my face and confirmed they had managed to bring the best bets from the first game through to the 2nd and refine them! For any interested I suggest diving in and having a go. Be warned at first might be a bit disorentating with what you need to do what certain things are and how it all works but you'll pick it up fairly quick. Last bit of advise - Dont go out alone!! you'll just be a nice snack for the other team. Stick with your buddies! if you alien hide above door ways and in dark areas and wait for them to pass! If your a marine stay at least 5 or so meters away from other marines! it'll give you time to shoot the thing trying to gnaw your buddies face off.. anyways unstructured ramble done! link to game: http://store.steampowered.com/app/4920/
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    Post Your Latest Real Life Purchase!

    More trip stuffs: Jacket bought by my lovely missus fromt he states: http://www.columbia.com/Men%E2%80%99s-Lhot...default,pd.html a nice fleece wind wall jacket with micro-flabtastic-doohicky stuffs in it: http://www.thenorthface.com/catalog/sc-gea...variationId=VA6 a day pack: http://www.paddypallin.com.au/osprey-strat...e-day-pack.html Still trying to figure out my main bag. Not sure what the porters preffer to carry: eg duffel or a big ass back pack. Still gots lots more to get.
  6. brb checking with HR edit 2 - yeah I cant say here unfortunantley. If you PM i can link you the Seek ad. (i dunno why just following policy)
  7. Hi Guys, Not sure if this is the place to put this but i figured i'd give it a shot. Im looking for a network analyst / sys admin person. Need someone who's been around for a bit. (pref 4 years experience) Finance company. Based in north sydney. basic needs would be: Vmware Microsoft SQL Active Directory IIS Windows (most flavors) routing switching SOA deployment and design (yes that means scripting) Knowledge of SANs and fibre switch setup. Proxy setup and knowledge Cloud computing and maintenance experience would be nice linux (mostly Fedora, centos and redhat) That'll do for now i guess there's lots more im looking for but i realise that people these days try and go into one field where they can and wont have all those skills. If your interested i'm happy to PM the seek ad for you to see that it's legit and then i can give you my email to send your resume too. As im not comfortable about posting the info up here and advertising my place of work :P cheers regards Josho
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    Post Your Latest Real Life Purchase!

    still need a tube sock and a turkey baster
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    Post Your Latest Real Life Purchase!

    i gots me the following for my mountain climb: ToolLogic Firesteel Knife - Cause well FIRE! FIRE! yay FIRE I AM A MAN RAAAAGH FIRE! http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/7f02/?srp=2 and Double-Gated Bottle Opener Carabiner - cause you never know when you'll run into wild african beer on a mountain and need to wrangle it open. Plus hey i can clip it to the bag and hang crap off it too. http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/df87/?pfm...ner%20carabiner SurvivalStraps Survival Bracelet Bracelet turns into 14 feet of paracord - cause well.. handy and easy to carry + very light and I do belive when one goes to mordor one needs a good piece of rope! Just ask my good buddy samwise.. http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/bd44/ and another Figure 9 Carabiner to go with the paracord if need be: http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/a88a/ Still need a multifunction knife so im looking round for one of those as well. Suggestions welcome :)
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    Soo im booked in and going

    cheers dude. It's still all very conceptual to me at the moment. I guess once im there staring the mountain down the words "ooooh fuuuuu.." will prob come out and then the left foot right foot will begin :)
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    Soo im booked in and going

    Soo little update. Bought me some boots! them there these boots that go on my feet Took me about 3 hours in the city going to many many hiking / outdoors / mountaineering places to try on stupid amounts of footwear before i found ones that suited my feet. (I don't understand how people can find shoe shopping enjoyable?) Also did my first altitude training session with a trainer in the altitude chamber. They took me to 3500m and put me on a treadmill at a easy pace and easy incline then upped the pace and incline every 3 mins for 12 minutes. I didn't even break into a jog but by the end i was struggling BIG time. Big eye opener for me but i was happy at my bodies response to altitude which was mostly struggling to breathe and stupid fast lactic acid build up in the muscles. Another person was doing their first session too but only made 8 mins on the test which made me feel somewhat better :) So next up is to start getting some of the clothing, vaccinations i'll need and continue training to get fitter. Currently alternating between the following so i dont get sick of the routine: Krav Maga Gymnastics :P (shuddup it's fun and i like being able to throw myself around in padded environments! plus helps build some great strength) Weights Cardio - Running, rowing, steps Planning a few day walks around sydney too to get me going and will prob focus on stair climbs / machines as dates get closer. Should have a charity page up soon too.
  12. 3770k is of benefit to those that do encoding work or for getting higher benchmark scores but if you look at game benchmarks there isnt much in it3570k is great value cheers dasa might pop out and buy it today
  13. So your thinking the i5 is the way to go? seems strange but if so works for me an upgrade coming in under 500 is always welcome :)
  14. Hi Peoples, The old girl is not booting here and there and I've narrowed it down to mobo dying. So it's upgrade time. Looking at getting the following to have her rise like a phoenix from the ashes. All from MSY Asus P8Z77-V-LK - $159 i7-3770K - $335 16G Kit 2400(8Gx2) G.Skill Trident-X - $155 Those parts decent? Or should i move over to the 2011 Pin series? from my brief reading there's no major benefit in gaming etc for me to do that yet. Am i wrong? any suggestions?
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    Soo im booked in and going

    quick update. Still looking for gear but also started training. Nothing too heavy yet but im def going to have to ramp it up as feb gets closer. The other bit im going to do is altitude training. By going here: http://www.valleyfitness.com.au/index.php?...on=services.ats and going into a little room where they can simulate higher altitudes for me. That way i can gauge my bodies reaction and condition it before i even see the mountain and hopefully maximize my chances of getting to the top.
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