Then you nuke everything
*frantically pushes vats in all directions*
@Deadpool Now, I thought I was the only one
@Nicer Canadian, *clickclickclickickclickclickclickclick*
@Imperial Goat, *no enemies found* oh thank god *attacked by 5,000 mole rats*
I was playing doom the other day, and I had gotten past a particularly tough batch of enemies the last time I played. When I started it back up, I was running around collecting ammo and what not before going into the next area, and for some reason the game decided to re-spawn all the enemies that it took me several attempts to beat the first time.
@Devils Avocado, ouch. But I can top it. I was playing through Halo Reach on legendary, and I was on the mission where you fly around in the Falcons. I had been playing for 3 hours and I was ten steps away from the end of the level, and my sister walked in and turned off the Xbox. I never played it again.
@DeadXOnyx, Halo Reach. Not the Xbox.
@DeadXOnyx, I had a similar event with halo 4. I had just gotten the newer style 360 along with halo 4, was playing for about 4 hours (campaign) with my wired headset, when I shifted in my chair and the cord hit that stupid over sensitive power button. I almost cried.
@Devils Avocado, Doom is so much fun! It's such a different single player experience compared to other fps games!
@Gerggle, it is. It's old school fps and I never really realized how much I missed it. None of this overly-realistic story-saturated crap with as many twists as they can fit... Just tear shjt up and have a blast doing it.
The original Halo has always been my favorite game, and probably always will be, but Doom has secured its spot at number 2.
@Devils Avocado, honestly it is in my top 3
@Devils Avocado, while I do generally like the stories in campaigns sometimes a game doesn't need a whole complex story, I feel like the stories are allways trying to 1 up everything and often fail
@Gerggle, i was actually pretty bored while playing doom and wasnt a fan of it, but different strokes for different folks i guess
Most relatable use of this meme thus far
That is pretty much my reaction after leaving the abandoned shack in Skyrim after meeting Astrid. Always an enemy near that door.
This is yet another meme that has never made me laugh, smile, or even exhale slightly sharply.
@Nicholas12194, it's just a rebranded John Travolta pulp fiction
@KaptianKill, Every meme is basically a rebranded or slightly modified version of a previous one.
One thing I've learned from all my years on the internet is that there's no new, original jokes anymore. It's all been done before, in some way.
I, too, turn into sponge-gar when there are enemies close by. especially jellyfish
Mr. Krabs was so much better
Nevermind, we found another use.
Why are you in the Glowing Sea at all? Everyone knows you avoid the Glowing Sea unless you're on that one quest that requires you to go to the Glowing Sea.
Oh so funny pics will take Fallout 4 memes but not Thief the Dark Project ones. I see how it is