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About Madfinnishgamer38

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    Surpassing Freeman
  • Birthday 05/18/1994

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  • Website URL http://santtupesonencreations.com/
  • Twitter TheMFG38

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  • Gender Male
  • Location The middle of nowhere
  • Interests Gaming, music, visual arts, map design, making random videos about random things, pulling wings off dead flies
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  1. I come home being greeted by the sight of my Premium having expired. Oh well.

  2. Holy crap, it's been a long time since I wrote in this blog... Anyway, here are my first impressions of Wolfenstein: The New Order, after playing it for 3-ish hours. Gameplay: The gameplay in Wolfenstein is pretty straightforward run-and-gunning á la 1990s. While your health technically does regenerate, it is divided into 5 "chunks", and your health only regenerates up to the maximum of the current "chunk". The rest of the health has to be replenished using medkits. You can also overcharge your health beyond the 100% point, and it will slowly degenerate down to 100%. Wolf:TNO also has stealth to pace out the regular FPS action a little. Surprisingly, the stealth sections don't get tedious. Storyline: The New Order is set in an alternate reality in the 1960s, where the Nazis won WWII and rule the entire world with an unrelenting iron fist. William "BJ" Blazkowicz was hospitalized for 14 years, and once he "gets out" (read: kills a couple of Nazis and gets out), he's told the truth. Blazko then sets out to find the captured Resistance fighters. Early on in the game, you're given a choice that will change the overall tone of the story. There you go.
  3. Happy birthday, me!

  4. I figured I needed to get rid of the sentimental previous post.

  5. Computer problems

    Basically, this blog entry is all about my struggle to fix a problem with my laptop earlier this morning. If you just want to skip that crap, there will be an important piece of information at the end. The problem started yesterday. I booted up my laptop, and the Windows startup screen showed up. After that, absolutely nothing. Total blackness. I restarted my laptop a dozen times, running startup repair a few times and doing a disk integrity check, and eventually the laptop worked as if nothing had been wrong. Today it was worse. I spent an hour and a half shutting down and restarting my laptop, running every diagnostics program I could find, and blackness kept crawling across the screen after the Windows startup screeen. And it didn't even prompt me for a disk integrity check, not once. I'm assuming that's how the problem eventually solved itself yesterday. *** IMPORTANT PIECE OF INFORMATION BEGINS HERE *** I will be taking my laptop to maintenance ASAP, and by ASAP, I mean Monday as soon as I get out of work. I'm not sure how long the maintenanace will exactly take, but I estimate that it will take at least two days. So basically, I will be offline for a few days starting from Monday. Bye for now, and keep your fingers crossed for me that whatever is wrong with my laptop gets fixed.
  6. RIP grandma... Even though you're gone, your memory remains with me.

  7. "Move on, be brave, don't weep at my grave because I am no longer here. But please do not let your memory of me disappear."

  8. Manga Eye Computer Drawing

    7 out of 10.
  9. Apparently boredom grows from sleepiness...

  10. My Dream About the Server

    Okay, that's just... insane.
  11. My schools art contest!

    Pretty cool.
  12. Awkward Dream About Lizzie O.o

    1D is intruding people's dreams now?!
  13. 8-bit music is cool. Especially if you make an 8-bit remix out of post-NES-era video game music.

  14. RIP Taylor Swift (The Horse)

    How many boyfriends did she have before she died?
  15. Thoughts...

    Having thought about a lot of stuff lately, I felt like sharing some of my thoughts with fellow members of the Abyssal Gaming community. Some of it might be random, some less random. One thing I've found myself pondering a lot, especially in the past weeks, is what I actually want to do with my life. What kind of job I want to have in the future. Whether I want to work in the music industry or not. Whether I want to become a professional musician/artist or not. Whether I want to be a big name or not. I've spent the last seven months or so pursuing my dream of becoming a musician, but when it comes to thinking about popularity, I become conflicted. Half of me wants to stay independent and play relatively small shows, while the other half wants to headline festivals and conquer stadiums. Even I am not sure which direction is the right one to go. I've also caught myself thinking about life and death (which is probably not the best train of thought right before going to sleep). I wish to live long and prosper. I wish to have a girlfriend or even a wife someday. I wish to continue my legacy in the form of a son or a daughter. You can never be sure how long you are going to live. Apparently there are about 70 years in an average human lifespan, though, and it seems plenty enough for me. Oddly enough, I don't remember much of the other stuff I've been thinking about. Let's just say that's the random stuff. To conclude this post, I will quote Albert Einstein: "I believe that a simple and unassuming manner of life is best for everyone, best both for the body and the mind."