Sorry, but I haven't yet shared the information about myself that would typically display here. Check back later to see if that changes, or if I instead choose to remain an enigma.
I was already fairly certain the answer is no, and then when I tried it, my laptop made a whiny noise and couldn't read it. So, case closed, right? But then I noticed this option for the default program settings in my control panel:
Okay, so my laptop is at least aware of Blu-rays, right? Does this mean running them is a possibility? Do I need the right program to do it? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
This is a bad game.
"We're pulling our Portal 2 presentation at E3 for an extra special surprise! Oh, no, it's not Episode Three. LOL."
Is it happening this year? What's the deal?
2010 has been a good year for gaming so far.
Just subbed my Alan Wake review. I was really pleasantly surprised by this game, and it'll probably wind up being one of my favorite releases of 2010. Hopefully my review will explain why I was more impressed by it than most.
A Mass Effect movie is in the works. Is this a good thing or a bad thing?
THE ISLAND IS NOT PURGATORY. JESUS CHRIST.
The idea of the island being purgatory has sprung up since the first season, and the producers and writers have constantly denied it. They have said numerous times that the characters are living, breathing people. The afterlife is the alternate universe that was introduced this past season and nothing more. All of the events that took place on the island (and off the island, in the normal universe) actually happened.
I just checked, and it's confirmed in Christian Shephard's dialog during the last scene: "The most important part of your life was the time that you spent with these people." The most important part of his life. These people. Jack didn't meet any of these people until after the plane crashed.