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  1. The Conjuring series has been mentioned by a few different people, was the second one better than the first? I remember walking out of the theatre from the first one feeling like there weren't really any stakes and that one of the kids should have died to fix it.
  2. Awesome, updated the OP. Thanks for signing up!
  3. A lot of good movie already mentioned. My personal favorites: Rosemary's Baby (1968) Wicker Man (1973) The Omen (1976) They Look Like People (2015) The Silenced (2015) This was harder than I expected narrowing it down. The Omen could be bumped by The Thing or Evil Dead 2 and The Silenced was also between two other movies, Train to Busan and The Wailing. I think these are definitely my top though, in terms of times seen and shared with others.
  4. Reading backlogs can be just as intimidating as gaming ones. If you're anything like me, it's actually ten times worse. In this event we're going crack the spine on just a few of those books and see if they're worth hanging onto. The Challenge: Pick four books from your reading backlog and spend a week with each over the month of June. Read enough of the book to get an idea of whether the plot/characters/pacing/writing style/whatever is what your looking for in a book, ideally around 50 pages. At the end of the week you'll report back and let us know if the book is worth really digging into. The Books: Part of the joy of gaming and reading is exploring new worlds, characters, and perspectives. With that in mind, I'll be encouraging variety in your choice of books. Three of the books should come from different genre and the 4th should be a different format(e.g. ebook, audiobook, comic/manga collection). This won't be a hard requirement so we don't need to split hairs over the difference between cosmic horror and terror to make something fit, but reading too many similar things has made me personally hit a wall in the past and that's what we're trying to avoid here! For the first 3 books, any book you own that you have not completed is eligible. If you want to use a book you're halfway through but put down 7 months ago and can't remember why, that's fine. This is all about picking up those forgotten tomes. The 4th book is about encouraging us to read in ways and places you may not be used to. For this one if you don't own a book that fits the category you may have access to one and don't realize it. A lot libraries have audiobooks and comics available or Project Gutenberg has a ton of ebook out of copywrite available for free. We can talk about other options too if this requirement is just too tough for some people. The Reporting: Participants will post about each book twice, once at the beginning and once at the end. For the first post tell us a little about the book, why you got it, and why you ultimately shelved it without finishing or even starting it. For the second post let us know if the book is living up to your expectations and what you like/dislike about it. Instead of rating, since we're only seeing the beginning of the story, decide whether you want to finish the book, reshelve it, or get rid of it. To join the challenge simply post below saying you want to join and have your four books selected by the 1st. The Participants: XX_FTW's List: Pending cjshaitan's List: Pending KayoAye's List: The Sleeper Awakes by H.G. Wells (Sci-Fi/physical book) And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie (Mystery/physical book) The Ring of Solomon by Jonathan Stroud (YA Fantasy/physical book) The Hangman's Daughter by Oliver Pötzsch (Historical/ebook) Since this is my first outing at this kind of thing any and all feedback is welcome. I'd like to thank everyone one who has started a challenge here in the Community Events section, they're always interesting to read through and see other people's thoughts on games in real time. Particularly I'd like to thank the We Read events for the idea of trying a reading event and @voodoo_eyes for letting me borrow heavily from the KYC style.
  5. If I we're bigger into the Tales Of games I might. My cabinet right now series that are important for one reason or another. I did make sure the Symphonia plat was a milestone so it would always show. Did the same with FFX and D3 because I loved those games. If you do, cheers to ya. Pretty easy ultra rares all things considered. All I would say is definitely use the guides on gamefaqs, they helped a ton. I was trying to think of a runner up embarrassing trophy to stay on topic but I'm drawing a blank. Maybe there sheer amount of time making physical notes and spreadsheets for games like Symphonia and FFXII.
  6. So I bought a Disney game for my nephews to play not really thinking about it. After it was installed and they were playing a bit I looked through the list knowing I would complete it, figuring it would take me a day. It's a kid's game, right? The full two playthrough ended up taking me about 2 weeks when I got down to it. Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two is now 4 of my 5 rarest trophies displayed on my profile. If I were to go after the rarest trophies in my advisor right now I could only bump the Platinum down to third. So instead of games I spent literally hundreds of hours in, I have Mickey prominently displayed in my profile.
  7. I just finished up a couple of rereads. The first was Something From the Nightside by Simon R. Green, a cosmic horror noir with a deep, dark sense humor. Horror noir. Even my mind stumbles over that pair, let alone my tongue. Anyway, I liked this one better the second time around and immediately followed it up with the sequel Agents of Light and Darkness. I can see this series getting better with each entry and look forward to picking up #3. I also reread Bloodsucking Fiends: A Love Story by Christopher Moore. Moore is one of my favorite authors and it's a real joy to go back when it's been 6 or 7 years since I checked in with his stuff. Now I just need to decide where to go next. There's 3 books on pause I could finish or maybe something new.
  8. @AmarisSkye I'm kinda the same way with reading, I got like 4 or 5 books on pause right now. You got some great reads in that list though! @jonesey46 You went big for just getting into comics. If you're intereated in some context when you're done with the book I would suggest The Great Alan Moore Reread on tor.com. They look back on all of his comics, big and small. If I remember right Watchmen was given special attention over 4 or 5 entries. @LordShavron Wise Man's fear was pretty great, I wish Rothfuss would finish the trilogy already! I'd been looking for something to pull me back into reading for like a month and The Murderbot Diaries finally did it. I'm on the third one now and it's really exciting and interesting sci-fi. They're only novellas so they save space by leaving the worldbuilding in the background, but the world definitely come through by the end of the second one.
  9. Feeling like Snape facing Fluffy while tring to down Shadow of Yharnam.

  10. #59 inFamous 2. Surprised at how many feels the evil ending gave me. Onto BBS.

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    2. marvelboy10


      Great job! :yay:

    3. ahmedelebiary


      congratz..yep i liked the evil ending it was nicely made

    4. ee28max


      Well done! :yay: 

  11. Wayward Pines Trilogy I started reading a ton using the Kindle app and the price started to hit me. So, the deals page has really been my best friend. This has thankfully introduced me to the Wayward Pines trilogy. I ripped through the first two books and hopefully the third is just as good. Haven't decided if I'm gonna check out the show based on the books, never really sure about adaptations. p.s. @hugglebunn-e love the Broodhollow avatar and sig.
  12. Could you sign me up please? I have Plats for 1, 2, and Chain of Memories. Working on Birth By Sleep right now.
  13. First time on since the update and the site is looking very slick and sexy. Thanks Sly!

  14. Can I be moved up to silver please? I just finished the Walking Dead Season One, making it #3 after Tales from the Borderlands and The Wolf Among Us.