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By: Br00klynair3 Wastelander 704 posts
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Gravity in home

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phil harrison said that home is binded by virtual gravity which allows all users to be able to drop objects....or even stack up chairs or other objects....that would be insane if you could have like 3 chairs stacked up ontp of each other and be able to sit on the top chair

EX: king in the castle.....king in the castle<=============Borat
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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 3, 2007


SilentMom wrote:
phil harrison said that home is binded by virtual gravity which allows all users to be able to drop objects....or even stack up chairs or other objects....that would be insane if you could have like 3 chairs stacked up ontp of each other and be able to sit on the top chair

EX: king in the castle.....king in the castle<=============Borat


It would be even more insane if you fell of the top chair and broke a virtual leg then you would have to wear a virtual cast and use virtual crutches.
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Apr 3, 2007
lol
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Apr 3, 2007
what happens when you 'friend' come over and pushes the chairs down and trashes your room?
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Apr 3, 2007
Then you take your virtual LARK and smoke them......
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Apr 3, 2007
lol people say some funny stuff
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Apr 3, 2007
I kinda liked it when he dropped the virtual Brivia down the virtual stairs to simulate the virtual gravity in the virtual world that will theoretically ruin most of our social lives.
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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 3, 2007


Mace Windu wrote:


SilentMom wrote:
phil harrison said that home is binded by virtual gravity which allows all users to be able to drop objects....or even stack up chairs or other objects....that would be insane if you could have like 3 chairs stacked up ontp of each other and be able to sit on the top chair

EX: king in the castle.....king in the castle<=============Borat


It would be even more insane if you fell of the top chair and broke a virtual leg then you would have to wear a virtual cast and use virtual crutches.



but that would mean you would need someone to play virtual Doctor.
And I dont think Sony wants us playing that particular game in virtual world.
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Apr 3, 2007
well we know BcBen is a resistance player lol he said vertual LARK nice very nice but anyone wanna bust up my room its all about the chimera rage baby oh yeah you cant hide from that.
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Apr 3, 2007
Lol


How about someone stands in the corner of your room, you pile a dozen sofas on him, he goes into rage mode, and you give him some nasty cuts with a Hedgehog grenade

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