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I was born in Texas, raised in Oklahoma, so try again. :lol

So you're twice crossed in vocal inflection. In West Coast English, Haggerd/Haggerty/etc is a short a.

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Corn is more interesting than this...


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Re: PatmanQC's history of videogame documentaries thread History of Outrun
« Reply #45 on: March 03, 2019, 12:31:54 pm »

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Re: PatmanQC's history of videogame documentaries The History of Smash TV
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Re: PatmanQC's history of videogame documentaries The History of Smash TV
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Re: PatmanQC's videogame documentaries The history of jackal
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Re: PatmanQC's videogame documentaries The history of WWF Wrestling
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Re: PatmanQC's videogame documentaries - Top five retro Batman games
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Re: PatmanQC's videogame documentaries - Top five retro Worst Batman games
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Re: PatmanQC's videogame documentaries - Top five retro Worst Batman games
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Re: PatmanQC's videogame documentaries - The history of track and field
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Re: PatmanQC's The history of super Mario on the Commodore 64
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Re: PatmanQC's The history of Marble madness
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Re: PatmanQC's The history of Marble madness
« Reply #57 on: May 08, 2019, 09:06:06 am »
I really like your vids.

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Re: PatmanQC's The history of Marble madness
« Reply #58 on: May 12, 2019, 07:03:50 am »
I really like your vids.
Thanks, please subscribe and share them if you haven't already

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Re: PatmanQC's The videogames of Diehard retrospective
« Reply #59 on: May 12, 2019, 07:05:10 am »

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Re: PatmanQC's The videogames of Diehard retrospective
« Reply #60 on: May 15, 2019, 01:16:47 pm »
How is a DOS/NES game that came out between 1990 and 1992 inspired by a Playstation game that came out in 1998?
TierTex was a pretty good UK based developer. Did good ports of Alien Storm, Dynasty Wars, Indiana Jones-Last Crusade, Mercs, Rolling Thunder, Strider, Strider II, Thunderblade , UN Squadron among others. I dont get the hate.
The driving game of Die Hard Trilogy can be played in first or third person perspective.  No gay jokes this time, so youre getting better; but plugging your channel and patreon before and after the video? kinda weak brochacho.
If you are helping someone and expecting something in return, you are doing business not kindness.

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Re: PatmanQC's The History of WWF wrestlefest
« Reply #63 on: May 23, 2019, 09:45:18 am »
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Re: PatmanQC's The videogames of Diehard retrospective
« Reply #64 on: May 26, 2019, 12:08:10 pm »
How is a DOS/NES game that came out between 1990 and 1992 inspired by a Playstation game that came out in 1998?
TierTex was a pretty good UK based developer. Did good ports of Alien Storm, Dynasty Wars, Indiana Jones-Last Crusade, Mercs, Rolling Thunder, Strider, Strider II, Thunderblade , UN Squadron among others. I dont get the hate.
The driving game of Die Hard Trilogy can be played in first or third person perspective.  No gay jokes this time, so youre getting better; but plugging your channel and patreon before and after the video? kinda weak brochacho.

I have no idea what you're talking about. I never said the DOS game was inspired by the PlayStation version. Rolling thunder is one of the absolute worst ports I have ever seen and I'm not alone. Take a look at the Amiga version for example, how can you call that good? Thunder blade, UN squadron, mercs and Dynasty wars all have horrible collision detection and choppy scrolling. And these are just from the games you mentioned. There are countless other crap ports out there that were done by this company. This is why they get all the hate.

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Re: PatmanQC's The videogames of Diehard retrospective
« Reply #65 on: May 26, 2019, 03:56:58 pm »
I never said the DOS game was inspired by the PlayStation version.
https://youtu.be/asS0sI3SPrc?t=76 

During the review of the MS DOS Game you say AND I QUOTE " The game is shall we say , inspired by metal gear solid"

Metal Gear Solid was released on September 3, 1998 in Japan ; October 20, 1998 in North America. The Windows version came in the year 2000. Did you mispeak and mean just Metal Gear , which was released in 1987 ? TierTex did servicable Amiga ports, pretty good GameGear / Master system ports. I only played the C64 port of Rolling Thunder but most C64 games werent very good.
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Re: PatmanQC's The videogames of Diehard retrospective
« Reply #66 on: May 27, 2019, 08:17:13 pm »
I never said the DOS game was inspired by the PlayStation version.
https://youtu.be/asS0sI3SPrc?t=76 

During the review of the MS DOS Game you say AND I QUOTE " The game is shall we say , inspired by metal gear solid"

Metal Gear Solid was released on September 3, 1998 in Japan ; October 20, 1998 in North America. The Windows version came in the year 2000. Did you mispeak and mean just Metal Gear , which was released in 1987 ? TierTex did servicable Amiga ports, pretty good GameGear / Master system ports. I only played the C64 port of Rolling Thunder but most C64 games werent very good.

You are right, I was referring to the original metal gear. You say most Commodore games were not very good? There were a lot of really good Commodore games so either They were  before your time Or you have very high standards. As Far as serviceable Amiga ports That's a far cryFrom them being any good.

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Re: PatmanQC's Premium bowling review
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Re: PatmanQC's The history of rolling thunder
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Re: PatmanQC's The history of Spider-Man the arcade game
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