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166  General Boards / Map Gab / RE: Metroid Fusion (GBA) on: April 24, 2006, 09:08:54 AM
oh, and how it's bothering me...

I was so happy when we had got the new Forum software with avatars, edits, images, links, smileys, message history, colours, Show-New-Posts function and more..

And I really do not understand why Jon has changed back to that primitive forum software. This forum is about a hobby that relies on beautiful images where every single coloured pixel sits where it belongs - so how can such a forum use a software without any type of images or colours? I so much criticized the first forums and now all my words have been for nothing because we get them back?

Sorry, but I really do not understand the advantages of this forum software.



And I want my clickable links with preview image back, I do not like having to overwrite my temporary storage everytime I want to comment on an image.

About your problem, Terra, I also prefer a version without arrows.

167  General Boards / Gaming / RE: Tomb Raider: Legend on: April 24, 2006, 08:42:03 AM
I played all six predecessors of the game. And I only really disliked part 5 because of how the puzzles had been made - the exploring type was almost completely left out of that part. I liked all the others because you had to find out where to go and how to reach it (with jumping and climbing) - that's how I got to know Tomb Raider and why I love it.

I haven't played the new Legend part yet, but will check it out soon enough. And if it has got the large explorable areas of parts 1,2,3,4 and 6 then  I surely will like it Smiley
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