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Title: Wayne's Videogaming Words of Wisdom
Posted: July 22, 2008 (01:15 PM)
* Game delay makes the heart grow fonder. (Zelda: Twilight Princess, anyone?)

* Barking Chain Chomps frequently bite.

* The best things in life are unlockable.

* Better late than never-- unless you're playing Zelda: Majora's Mask.

* Speak softly and carry a BFG.

* Rocs of a feather flock together.

* Donít judge an NPC until you walk around in his or her-- oh, wait... you canít. Never mind.

* If at first you donít succeed, look up how to on HonestGamers.

* The grass is always greener on the other side of the invisible barrier.

* Hindsight and foresight are both important, unless you have an adjustable camera angle.

* If you canít beat Ďem, trade Ďem in. But only as a last resort.

* If you canít take the heat, get the Varia Suit first.

* In Halo 2, the sword is mightier than pretty much every other weapon. Especially the needler.

* The gamer who builds his SimCity to every manís advice will have the worst city ever.

* You can lead your Grand Theft Auto 3 character to water, but you canít make him swim without dying.

* You canít have your Energy Tank and use it too.

* Strike while the weak spot is flashing red.
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honestgamerUser: honestgamer
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Posted: July 22, 2008 (06:49 PM)
Good advice from which we can all learn a thing or two!
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AquasUser: Aquas
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Posted: July 26, 2008 (10:59 AM)
Heheh! My fave is the Majora's Mask one.
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wayne_steedUser: wayne_steed
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Posted: July 29, 2008 (01:24 PM)
I'm pretty proud of both that and the Varia Suit one.
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