GravitySuitCollector

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About GravitySuitCollector

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  • Birthday 06/12/1992

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  • Location Albany, OR

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  • Biography I love videogames, reading, and spending a lot of time with my family. I'm a bit lacking in live performing skills, but I played trumpet for five years (lack of practice) and plan to eventually learn how to play piano. Might be a long time before I make any contributions, though.
  • Real Name Peter
  • Occupation What?
  • Xbox Live Gamertag Quadric Surface
  • PlayStation Network ID GravSuit
  • Steam ID GravitySuitCollector

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  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List) Vocals: Male
  1. Anime

    Nope. I'd say watch a series or two like Log Horizon also, but other than that, I like to watch something that leaves me in a good mood. I get my depression from other sources.
  2. Map of the OCR Community

    Around Albany, Oregon for me, just south of Salem.
  3. Map of the OCR Community

    Moved Abadoss, linkspast and me backish. I think I got it right from what I remember.
  4. Super Smash Bros. 4

    Little Mac? Wait a minute.... http://youtu.be/pPdutb_6DZU?t=1m52s *Looks at stage* Those sneaky nintendogs.
  5. Project M: Version 3.0 Releases Dec. 9th!

    Instructions are nice and clear on the website. All you need is a 2 GB or less SD card and you're golden. Delete any stage builder stages on the Wii (there will be a few the system installs when it first creates the Brawl save data if you haven't deleted those already). If there are any existing Brawl stage builder files on the SD card too, you need to get rid of those also. Extract hackless zip onto SD, plug SD into wii, Access stage builder, select "Launch game." If there are any issues, follow their instructions in case I missed something. If you still have issues, talk to them about it.
  6. Anime

    Kyoukai no Kanata (Beyond the Boundary in English, I think) is seriously awesome, even with the main female lead being annoying sometimes. It's too bad the last episode is next week. ;_; Also, if you do watch the weird idol judge OVA things, skip the CG song part. Your life will be better for it.
  7. Audiosurf Interest

    I'll join either. Not exactly spectacular, but I do play suicidal on beat hazard. On Audiosurf, I usually play vegas, haven't played much elite.
  8. Starbound!

    I'm waiting to play until my sister in college is done with finals. We've played Terraria so much together, and we're hoping that this will carry the fun even further (not that Terraria goes away, mind you).
  9. 3DS Must Play?

    If you haven't played them already, you should really consider the Castlevania titles for DS. Order of Ecclesia is amazing, Portrait of Ruin is fun (albeit hard; some bosses are giant pains), and Dawn of Sorrow wasn't as good as I hoped it would be (not a fan of the change in art style between games, too). It's not too bad, though.
  10. Nintendo Wii U

    There's no way to tell it to send it out the AV cable like PS3? If not, that's too bad.
  11. OCR Secret Santa 2013

    Koriantor already hit me with Skyrim. Thanks a lot! I guess I better start figuring out what to give to my recipient. The next month is almost here.
  12. OCR Secret Santa 2013

    Next week on Thursday in the US, so that would be the 28th. It's always the 4th Thursday in the month.
  13. Video Content Ideas for OC ReMix's YouTube Channel

    It needs to be in song.
  14. I Have Never Played a Final Fantasy Game. Which One Should I Start With?

    Kingdom Hearts. Start with that one. But if you want an actual FF (sort of suggested KH jokingly, but it wouldn't be bad to play), I do like FF IV a lot. I enjoyed the DS remake a lot, still haven't gone through the final dungeon to beat the final boss, though. Be prepared for jumps in difficulty near the end if you don't grind much. It's not too horrible, though. Honestly, though, as long as you choose a good one, you won't be disappointed. Avoid XIII.
  15. Video Content Ideas for OC ReMix's YouTube Channel

    This, along with maybe some other OC Remix panels. If you end up doing anything exciting and you have a camera rolling, you might as well post it. Along with OCR remixers, you might consider composer interviews. It doesn't hurt to send an email to see if they wouldn't mind questions like in talkback, or you can have a set of questions ready and just do it that way. When posting, I'd recommend keeping most of the videos shorter; I think most people go to youtube for quick entertainment. I went to check out the first OCR Talkback and it was almost two hours long; it's a bit much to just randomly decide to watch with 30 minutes of free time. Of course, if videos are long, that's alright, but it might be nice to split them into parts if you can.