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Met Liz for dinner last night, mainly because the original plan of… 
8th-Feb-2006 04:43 pm
Looi Kin-Ming
Met Liz for dinner last night, mainly because the original plan of meeting up at the weekend at Oriental City wasn't going to work, what with me being in Manchester and all. I was rather amused that she made sure to remind me to bring my season 4 Farscape DVDs with me - she'd hired out season 3 using a test offer from Lovefilm over Christmas! We were already discussing what she should try next afterwards. Main candidates were Firefly or Galactica with her leaning, without any influence from me, towards the latter. More than happy to oblige! Otherwise, a most pleasant evening catching up and gossip.

Fnished FEAR. An excellent, very atmospheric game but a bit short and somehow, it didn't seem as hard as the usual standard for PC games. Really need to get back to Quake 4 and figure out why Vietcong 2's setup simply won't run!
8th-Feb-2006 11:12 pm (UTC)
"Fnished FEAR"

Wow, you wasted no time on that! You're a gamer after my own heart. Hey, did you find the plotline go a bit astray toward the end? Loved that finale (you know the bit, out on the street, the flying cars?) and that moment when you see the giant eye-ball shaped sphere. Smashin'.
9th-Feb-2006 11:12 am (UTC)
Hmm... I think I just found it's idea of medium difficulty somewhat more lenient than most others'. Certainly fewer die over and over again type situations that the likes of Doom 3 or Quake 4 anyway.

Re: the plot, no, I found it pretty consistently and atmospherically creepy all the way through although I wanted to be the one to waste Norton Mapes, Goddammit!
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