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LimeGreenLegend

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About LimeGreenLegend

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  • Birthday 02/17/1987

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    Devon, England.
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    Book snob. Pretty chilled about everything else.

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    LimeGreenLegend
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    PS4

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  1. LimeGreenLegend

    Helping Each Other Through Resident Evil 7

    Played some more earlier, didn't progress much and spent a lot of time hiding in the safe room, but it was progress nonetheless. I am still constantly terrified playing this, hope it gets better soon.
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    The Story What I'm Writing

    I've always loved writing, and have, in the past, made several attempts to write a book. These all failed. The ideas were good, but I just never kept at it. Recently, however, I had an idea for a story and feel like this is the one. I figure I'll post what I have here now, and the promise of posting further updates will keep me motivated to keep going. Hopefully. So here is my new, ongoing effort. For now it's called The Pig, but that may change. The Pig “It is better to be a human being dissatisfied than a pig satisfied.” John Stuart Mill – Utilitarianism (1863) 1 - The Farm I can remember The Farm now. The lowing of the traffic passing by in the background. Closer, the monotonous drone of fluorescent lights. The gentle lapping of water. It all fades now, and I can remember. The Farm. Sometimes we would visit The Farm during the summer holidays. Mum, Dad and me. Sometimes. Mum’s sister, Aunt Marie, lived in Little Toppingham with Uncle Steve and their two children, Michael and Lauren, my cousins. I didn’t have any others. ‘It’s nice to get away to the country,’ Dad would always say during the drive down the motorway. Sometimes he would sing ‘ooooooh baby do you know what you’re worth? Ooooooh Devon is a place on Earth,’ like that song, and he would start to laugh, long and hard, and he would grip the steering wheel so tightly from laughing so hard that it would start to turn with the heaving of his shoulders. The old Honda would start to cut to and fro across the lane in time with his laughter. This terrified Mum, and she would shout ‘Pete! Stop it!’ and hit him on his shoulder with her tiny balled up fists, white from clenching so hard. Seeing how scared she was would only make Dad saw the steering wheel back and forth even harder, deliberately now, still laughing, sometimes right in her face. From the back seat I would watch the road ahead as it jerked left and right, trying to keep up with the steering wheel as it, too, was jerked left and right. Dad’s knuckles rose out from the imitation leather wheel, as white now as Mum’s fists, which were still balled up but now nested together in her lap, rigid. Then Dad would stop. The demon in the steering wheel exorcised. The road ahead now tame and meek, yielding before us. Tears would be streaming down his ruddy cheeks, which would be puffing in and out like a fleshy bellows as he struggled to regain his composure. ‘Come on,’ he would say between wheezing gasps. ‘It’s just a laugh.’ Little Toppingham is a small village snuggled up against the side of the Moor, with The Farm being a fifteen minute drive away, as Dad drove. About twenty five minutes for anyone else. It was hidden down a circuitous succession of treacherously narrow country roads. The sound of the constant scraping of brambles and bracken and the tips of the lower hanging boughs of the trees, bowing to you on either side, surrounded you as you ventured deeper in to the dark heart of the Devonshire countryside. But then, after no time at all, you come to a turning, almost hidden by centuries worth of hedgerow growth, and you’re there. I call it The Farm, but in reality that would be an insult to actual farms. It’s bigger than a small-holding, but not by much. A medium-holding. But when I remember The Farm I am remembering myself as a child, and as such I see The Farm through the eyes of my childhood, and it is huge. It was, and always will be, The Farm. Coming in through the entrance you are immediately met by the squat limestone farmhouse, crumbling at every edge and topped with a tatty thatch.
  3. LimeGreenLegend

    XDBX World Cup 2018 (Fantasy Football)

    Shhh don’t tell anyone that!
  4. LimeGreenLegend

    Playstation VR

    In my opinion, totally.
  5. LimeGreenLegend

    Playstation VR

    Well, it is safer on the outside You need to get in there though man! Would it help if I told you that nothing scary happens for about ten minutes? Here's the spider level from Rush of Blood I told you about. This is genuinely the scariest experience of my life, but I think I managed it with a cool head.
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    Playstation VR

    When someone buys vr you have to say “welcome to the family, son”. But then you would actually have to play Resident Evil 7 for more than 2 minutes to find that out
  7. LimeGreenLegend

    Helping Each Other Through Resident Evil 7

    Another tiny slice of progress. Don't think my nerves can handle long sessions with this game. You played anymore of this @Con?
  8. LimeGreenLegend

    Helping Each Other Through Resident Evil 7

    Some small progress. Nothing scary happens here, just some classic Resident Evil style puzzling. Something bad is coming though, I can feel it.
  9. LimeGreenLegend

    Helping Each Other Through Resident Evil 7

    VR makes such a huge difference that it's pointless even trying to describe it using words, you just need to try it. The difference is that when you play RE7 on the tv you're just looking at the tv. In vr you're there. In that house, with those people. That could never be boring.
  10. LimeGreenLegend

    Helping Each Other Through Resident Evil 7

    I've started now, and this time, with your help, I'll make it to the end. For now, I'm just a bit further on then @Con. Will crack on with it sometime this weekend.
  11. LimeGreenLegend

    PSVR Games: Reviews and Recommendations

    I got two weeks off at the start of next month so can play whenever suits everyone then. I'll pick up the TNG stuff before we play.
  12. LimeGreenLegend

    Helping Each Other Through Resident Evil 7

    We all know you'll be shrieking like a little schoolgirl if you play it
  13. LimeGreenLegend

    Helping Each Other Through Resident Evil 7

    Totally agree with you @Con, it's the atmosphere that I find terrifying more than the actual enemies. It would have been just as scary if it was a puzzle game with no shooting or spooky dudes, just that fucking house and the surrounding bayou. Also, did you figure out that to get the map you click in the touchpad on the left side.
  14. LimeGreenLegend

    Helping Each Other Through Resident Evil 7

    That's awesome dude, watching it now. Feeling braver already just knowing that when I'm playing later I can just imagine your voice saying "c'mon Lime, we gotta be brave bro."
  15. LimeGreenLegend

    Helping Each Other Through Resident Evil 7

    Ouch! Yeah I still get the buttons confused sometimes, handily most of the games that use them actually show them in game so there is something to use as a visual reference.
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