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About Dolph

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  • Birthday 02/01/1980

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    ARK: Ariel Skybane (Dolph)
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    Windows 8.1
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    Intel Core i7-3820 CPU @ 3.60 GHz
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    nVidia GTX 970
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    4T hybrid, 256G SSD, 1T HDD
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    Logitech 5.1 Surround
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    ASUS 144hz
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    Alienware Aurora R4 Case
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    Logitech G710+ keyboard, G600 mouse, G930 wireless headset
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  1. http://coriolis.io/   This is one of the best loadout tools I've found yet, far better and easier on the eyes than EDshipyard, in my opinion.  Hope you all find it useful!
  2. This is not real ? Unreal Engine 4

      There are actually already a few games out on this engine, though they're not quite with graphics like that.  ARK: Survival Evolved (Which ADK has a few servers on) is run on the Unreal Engine 4
  3. Intro

    Welcome!  I haven't played CS:GO in a few weeks, but when I get the chance I'd love to join with ya sometime :)
  4. Star Wars BattleFront

    From what I've seen so far, it looks amazing!  But I haven't seen anything from Alpha (obviously) so all I'm curious about is how true it feels compared to the gameplay they presented at E3.  That will determine my "Must buy" factor :)
  5. Hello

    Welcome :)
  6. If I like the movie, I'll [b]definitely[/b] watch it more than once.  Even if you know what's going to happen, the second time around you spend less time thinking about it, and more time picking out the various things you may have missed the first go-round.  Things like background action, subtle plot points that lead to a climax in the movie you missed because you didn't know they were important to the overall movie at the first time, etc.  I do the same for TV shows.  I've seen LOST (the entire series) a total of four times now, and I catch something new each time.  Hell, I've seen Interstellar twice in one week and still saw something I missed earlier that week.  I should mention that Interstellar is one of my favorite movies :)
  7. I'm sure by now you've seen the trailer to the movie, staring Matt Damon, The Martian.  If not:   [media]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQqhfq87FgY[/media]   This movie is based off a book (by the same title) written by Andy Weir.  I highly recommend reading this book, before (or after if you're one that would rather not spoil the movie by reading the book) seeing the movie, as it is an amazing read and an absolute page-turner.   Official synapses from Andy Weir's website:   Six days ago, astronaut Mark Watney became one of the first people to walk on Mars.   Now, he's sure he'll be the first person to die there.   After a dust storm nearly kills him and forces his crew to evacuate while thinking him dead, Mark finds himself stranded and completely alone with no way to even signal Earth that he’s alive—and even if he could get word out, his supplies would be gone long before a rescue could arrive.   Chances are, though, he won't have time to starve to death. The damaged machinery, unforgiving environment, or plain-old "human error" are much more likely to kill him first.   But Mark isn't ready to give up yet. Drawing on his ingenuity, his engineering skills—and a relentless, dogged refusal to quit—he steadfastly confronts one seemingly insurmountable obstacle after the next. Will his resourcefulness be enough to overcome the impossible odds against him?
  8. Jurassic World

    Amazing movie.  Glad there wasn't too much outcry at "CGI vs Animatroics", but let's be realistic here.  In today's movie production costs, it's simply cheaper and easier to manage with CGI than it was with Animatronics, and with the ability of computer graphics artists today, you can hardly tell the difference.  I thought it looked absolutely brilliant.   Special effects aside, the movie was fun.  Absolutely fun.  Who couldn't cheer at the pack of Raptors being lead by Chris Pratt on a freakin' motorcycle?  And who didn't get goosebumps at the first sound of the original theme playing?   Speaking of themes.  The score!  Michael Giacchino OWNED it with that score.  He really had me believing it was John Williams music again, but with his own spin on things.  He kept the original themes, peppered in his own work (including a throwback theme for the raptors that he used in the old Lost World PS1 game) and produced an amazing score.  I've always been a huge fan of his since his music in LOST and Star Trek (the new movies).
  9. @Jade    What genre are you into?  If you want something dark, with lots of twists and keeps you thinking and enthralled, check out Death Note.  A lot of people have already seen it, so I apologize if you're one of them :)   If you want something that will probably make you bawl your eyes out, and smile at the same time, watch Angel Beats.  Or Anohana.  Both are touching and made me cry many man-tears.   If you want something funny, laid back, and just a joy to watch, check out School Rumble, or Excel Saga.  The latter is absolutely nuts, and guaranteed some laughs.   For action, with a fair bit of drama, you've got some great stuff like Attack on Titan.  Classic action/comedy/slice of life animes like Ranma 1/2 and Sailor Moon are amazing as well.  Sailor Moon is a personal favorite of mine.     I am a member of Crunchy Roll, so I get free 48 hour passes every month.  Let me know if you need one, and I'll shoot a code your way :)
  10. This is not real ? Unreal Engine 4

    I saw these a couple days ago - absolutely amazing renders, but I doubt we'll see anything like that playable for a long time.  It's one thing to have an engine-built scene like that, but to code it in a game and make it playable on current hardware is another :)   Maybe in a few years.  But it's a HUGE STEP forward from where the first Unreal engine began, and really shows the power of UE4
  11. Phantasy Star Online 2

    Little late to the topic (sorry about that, fairly new to the forums) but I absolutely LOVED the original PSO.  I used to come home from work every night and plug my dial-up Dreamcast up and play it until the late hours of the night.  I wasted many an hour on that game, which was my first real "MMO".  I've toyed around with blue burst and such, and would love to take a look at this eventually.
  12. I've been thinking about getting into it again, as I haven't played it in a while.  Would be nice to team up with someone or a few people, if you'd like to play.  You can add me on steam, and message me sometime - perhaps we can arrange a game!     Happy gaming!
  13. Favorite dinosaur so far

    I'm loving my T-rex.  She's named Flouder, and is easily identifiable by her huge red glasses.   What can I say?  I like the idea of a T-Rex with near-nearsightedness :P     But other than her, I like the Carno.  They're just fun little beasts.
  14. What is your IGN?

    CMDR Dolph, reporting for duty!  o7
  15. Hey everyone!

    Dolph here.  I can usually be found in Ark with ADK at the moment, in the TS channel as well.  I'm setting up an application as we speak, and wanted to great everyone here!  I'm hoping to find myself a new clan to make my gaming hub community for all sorts of games, not just ARK.     Looking forward to gaming with you all!

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