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Coxy
Joined 1 Sep 2004
203 comments
Tue, 11 Jan 2005 15:46
it seems a shame that customisation won't play a major part in the game considering thats what american chopper is mainly about.

I hope it does get realeased in the uk as the programme is just amazing.
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config
Joined 3 Sep 1999
2087 comments
Tue, 11 Jan 2005 16:02
Indeed, it is a good show, and missing out customisation is like missing out mutants from an XMen game.

However, it's nowhere near as enjoyable as Mythbusters. I doubt we'll be seeing a Mythbusters game anytime soon.
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LUPOS
Joined 30 Sep 2004
1422 comments
Tue, 11 Jan 2005 18:51
and Burnout 'points for nearly crashing'


HELLO!?!?!? crazy taxi points?!!?!

credit where credit is due! I know how much spong usually loves sega so im ashamed someone wrote such a sentence.... *tsk*tsk*tsk*
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Mecha Ghandi
Joined 10 Feb 2004
132 comments
Tue, 11 Jan 2005 19:40
LUPOS wrote:


HELLO!?!?!? crazy taxi points?!!?!

credit where credit is due! I know how much spong usually loves sega so im ashamed someone wrote such a sentence.... *tsk*tsk*tsk*


*hangs head in shame*

You are totally correct sir. They are indeed more like Crazy Taxi points, not just because that came first, but also because the near miss points don't contribute to a Burnout meter.

As penance, I shall fix the inlay card from my copy of Crazy Taxi onto my forehead using a large, rapid-fire staple gun.
DoctorDee
Joined 3 Sep 1999
2130 comments
Wed, 12 Jan 2005 10:31
Does this mean there will be/is an American Hot Rod game?

Plus, any Akira/Chopper fans out there?

A Japanese company is meant to be making a working commercial model of Kaneda's Power Bike from the movie... So Sod American Metal, I want a JChop



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kid_77
Joined 29 Nov 2004
875 comments
Wed, 12 Jan 2005 11:33
I see your JChop, and raise you a mono-wheel.

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DoctorDee
Joined 3 Sep 1999
2130 comments
Wed, 12 Jan 2005 11:42
kid_77 wrote:
I see your JChop, and raise you a mono-wheel.


I'll see your strangely penny-farthing-like English country eccentric gentleman mono wheel, and loop us right back to V8 American Iron.



Turns out that dude is a specialist in the things.
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Arse McAdams
Joined 4 Mar 2004
77 comments
Wed, 12 Jan 2005 11:56
Tractor Wheel!!!

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kid_77
Joined 29 Nov 2004
875 comments
Wed, 12 Jan 2005 12:03
I squish your girly effort ;-)

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LUPOS
Joined 30 Sep 2004
1422 comments
Wed, 12 Jan 2005 14:24
BAH! screw you diesel foolishness.... what the thread needs is some good old fashioned baby power!!!




... and lopus takes home these week grand prize for americas funniest home videos... the baby always wins... Bob Saget(spelling?) knows funny!
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kid_77
Joined 29 Nov 2004
875 comments
Wed, 9 Feb 2005 13:22
Arf. I know this thread was long dead, but I stumbled across this whilst booking Run To The Sun in Newquay again. Last year this dude stole the show in his 2-stroke powered wheelchair. VRRROOOOOOOM look at him go!

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config
Joined 3 Sep 1999
2087 comments
Wed, 9 Feb 2005 13:25
There no such thing as a dead thread* - that's the wonder online discussion with new users revisiting old topics!

*Um, until someone mentions the Nazis...

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kid_77
Joined 29 Nov 2004
875 comments
Wed, 9 Feb 2005 13:58
config wrote:
There no such thing as a dead thread* - that's the wonder online discussion with new users revisiting old topics!

*Um, until someone mentions the Nazis...



Who are you calling NEW?? ;-)

Well, I suppose in relation to 1999... ...
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LUPOS
Joined 30 Sep 2004
1422 comments
Wed, 9 Feb 2005 14:03
kid_77 wrote:

Who are you calling NEW?? ;-)

Well, I suppose in relation to 1999... ...


Posted by kid_77
Registered 29 Nov 2004


Newer than me!! WOOOOOO!!!!!!! im practically a founding member... i shoudl be getting pay checks!!!

oh wait... is this thread dead?... seeing as config mention nazis........ *Cricket noises*.......


*pees on the thread and runs away*
(i must have very good aim if i can pee on a thread, either that or it comes out like a fire hose)
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config
Joined 3 Sep 1999
2087 comments
Wed, 9 Feb 2005 14:55
kid_77 (Registered 29 Nov 2004) wrote:
Who are you calling NEW?? ;-)

Well, I know you're not new, but you might have been new to the thread, or if you were a new user, or... oh whatever.

LUPOS wrote:
oh wait... is this thread dead?... seeing as config mention nazis........ *Cricket noises*.......

That's the beauty of Godwin's Law; you typically can't bring it up in conversation without invoking it :)
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