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Post by Theicecreaman on Wed May 02, 2012 2:55 pm

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What is up, man! Been a while.

As to your Mac situation, you're in luck because JK2 is available for the Mac. Just "obtain" it from certain websites if you catch my drift. There's no reason why you shouldn't be able to do so because you already had it on a PC, so you still technically own the product. Ethically, it's all good.

But if you're in school and can't "obtain" things without alerting the powers that be, you may want to do it from another connection Razz

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Post by Wonko the Sane on Wed May 02, 2012 9:48 pm

Ice is right, plenty of other people play jk2 on Macs. If it's an older Mac the framerate may not be the best, but anything built in the last half decade will have a modern enough graphics card to handle it. Thumbs Up Try Steam. Game support on Macs is getting much better these days.

As far as your stories, no pressure. Just saying, if you cared to brain vomit a new story we'd love to read it. Otherwise, go vote for the next chapter in the Interactive Adventure so I can finish that at some point. I'm such a slacker. And maybe contribute a little something to one of Ice's collaborative short story/poem/nonsense threads. Very Happy

And yeah, nobody uses xfire anymore Razz

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Post by Theicecreaman on Wed May 02, 2012 10:10 pm

People whom I know in life don't even know what Xfire is. They're always like, "I know Steam, but I've never heard of Xfire."

And yeah, don't sweat over the stories. What I'm thinking we should do (and Wonko hinted at this a few posts above) is we should just put all the creative, original works people have (like Wonko's interactive story, your legends, my nonsensical poetry, etc. and just put it into one place. Of course, that's Wonko's call. Just a suggestion.

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Post by Wonko the Sane on Thu May 03, 2012 7:42 am

I like the idea of keeping that stuff in the bakery until it's "finished" or just retired maybe, then archiving it as a Legend later for people to read if they care to.

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Post by Theicecreaman on Thu May 03, 2012 3:28 pm

Yeah, that's basically what I mean.

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Post by blivvy on Thu May 03, 2012 4:48 pm

Haha.

So Link have you illeg... I mean, "acquired" jk2 yet?

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Post by Theicecreaman on Thu May 03, 2012 9:57 pm

I guess what you could always do is "obtain" it on another computer and, if it's an ISO file, you could always burn it to a CD to run from your Mac. That is, if you're in school and can't "obtain" things from their network.

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Post by Link on Fri May 04, 2012 12:26 am

Wonko the Sane wrote:As far as your stories, no pressure. Just saying, if you cared to brain vomit a new story we'd love to read it. Otherwise, go vote for the next chapter in the Interactive Adventure so I can finish that at some point. I'm such a slacker. And maybe contribute a little something to one of Ice's collaborative short story/poem/nonsense threads. Very Happy

No promises, got a lot of extra curricular schoolish speechie activity things. And then there's my quest to obtain Skyrim..... Anyway, if I have the time and motivation I'll sit right down and take a gander at seeing if I can have the peace of mind to maybe find the time to avoid writers block over subjects pertaining to a certain character named Xonko and his wonderfully fantabulous travels.

Wonko the Sane wrote:And yeah, nobody uses xfire anymore Razz

'Cept for everyone I know. GOSH. You guys aren't very hip. Steam? Got a steam? Add me if you can!! The names xeno. >> xenoonex515 <<. Yeeeaaaahhh.

Theicecreamawesome wrote:I guess what you could always do is "obtain" it on another computer and, if it's an ISO file, you could always burn it to a CD to run from your Mac. That is, if you're in school and can't "obtain" things from their network.

Tis' an ISO. I have checkethed. BUT NAY. I'll just buy it if it comes to that (Appstoreformacbooks'nstuff). I... Didn't really own it in the first place
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Post by Wonko the Sane on Fri May 04, 2012 7:24 am

You... never bought jk2?? Jaw Drop

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Post by blivvy on Fri May 04, 2012 7:30 am

I know I was shocked and appalled too.

I bought jk2 about 9 years ago, a few months b4 jka came out & then I bought jka just after it came out and I shall never get rid of them!

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Post by Theicecreaman on Fri May 04, 2012 3:30 pm

I bought jk2 like 8-9 ish years ago. Actually I think it was a xmas present from my folks back when I was younger Razz

I remember playing it (and at this time I didn't have a PS2 or any of the newer game system), and I was like..."yo, this is the shiit!"

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Post by masterchief on Mon Aug 06, 2012 6:18 am

I bought it the first day it came out >.< First played the demo that came with the magazine 'pc gameplay'
I was baffled by the gameplay of its time. So I just had to buy it on release
Never stopped playing really :p
Still think this is how games ought to be!


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Post by Theicecreaman on Mon Aug 06, 2012 12:26 pm

haha yeah man you're around my age, and I remember being quite young when I first played it too! I was all like, "Yo, this is the shit!"

I bought it because the back of the game's cover featured first person lightsaber-action, and that looked freggin' awesome.

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Post by Wonko the Sane on Mon Aug 06, 2012 11:38 pm

jk2? You mean Dark Forces 4, right? Or was Dark Forces before your time?



And check out Jan back then too, yowsah!


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Post by masterchief on Tue Aug 07, 2012 7:18 am

Well i played it after i played jk2 really. Only to discover my nephew had this game and I never knew.

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Post by Theicecreaman on Tue Aug 07, 2012 1:26 pm

masterchief wrote:Well i played it after i played jk2 really. Only to discover my nephew had this game and I never knew.
Same, my cousin had Dark Forces (one of them), and I played it after jk2.

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