Post by itrainmonkeys on Apr 11, 2012 13:12:52 GMT -5
So after reading too many instances of spoilers in multiple threads regarding TV, Movies, and Books I wanted to implement a "Spoilers" tag so that people could be free to read through threads.
Just try to use common sense with these. Like, if the show aired a week ago you don't need to use them to discuss what happened on that episode. But if you know some inside info or have read the source material and want to discuss things that happen later on in the story then please use the spoiler tags. Please spread the word to everyone....i'm posting this in the Game of thrones thread as well but if you can think of others please spread the word.
How to Use[/u]
Two ways to use it.
Either type [spoiler.] and [/spoiler.] (remove the period) and post the spoiler between those tags
Click on this icon when at the posting screen: and put the spoiler between the tags.
I wonder if it makes sense to do something like that for NSFW stuff on here? (E.g., some of the complaints about the Cleavage v. Side Boob debate.) Would that keep things from getting flagged by filters?
Anyone play the video game? You can download it on the PS3 network and I am assuming Xbox as well. It is pretty badass. Not a ton of action as far as you killing zombies, it's more of a strategic game. Throughout the game you make choices as far as what to say to people, actions to make in certain situations, etc. and the game plays out different depending on what you choose. It's going to be released in 5 episodes, one a month, for the next 5 months. The story line has some familiar faces, and sets up the background stories for some of the characters in the comic book/show. I just finished the first episode, and it took me a good three hours of playing time to finish it. I bought the season pass, which includes all five episodes as they get released and it only cost me $20. If you are a fan of the comic/TV series I would definitely recommend it. It's pretty great.
I'm so looking forward to this! Glad they are finally off that farm. I think it was kind of neat that through season 2 they were able to establish a bit of a "homestead" only to have it ripped away from them in the end. It's going to make this season so much more exciting!
Post by Dave Maynar on Oct 16, 2012 7:12:12 GMT -5
I missed watching it Sunday night due to us being out. I got a chance to watch it last night on the laptop (yay for comcast streaming btw). I watched it by myself in the bedroom with the lights out with headphones. It took the last 10 minutes to a whole new level because they mix the sound in stereo, so some of the zombie growls sound like they are coming from a certain direction.
Why the f*ck did they take their doctor on the trip to clear the spooky basement of zombies? It doesn't make any damn sense. They left him behind when they cleared the courtyard, so why would they expose him to a riskier venture?
Post by itrainmonkeys on Oct 16, 2012 8:51:40 GMT -5
Maybe in case someone inside got hurt and needed some medical assistance. While they were outside they could easily drag someone to the doc or have the doc come inside the fence. I thought it was a bit weird as well.