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I played Team Fortress 2 for 800+ hours so far, according to Steam.
BUT. For some reason that counter only "started" something like a year
after I actually started playing the game per se, because approximately a
year after I started playing I remember that many users (not everyone
though) reported that their recorded TF2 stats
(preferred weapons, numbers of kills, etc, including the time
played) completely stopped updating, and to make a long story short
about one or two weeks later the stats were reset and many files were
updated, so all the one year old stats that had been kept to that point
was reset and I certainly accumulated a good 100+ hours of play time by
that point, if not more..
Looks not bad. I could nitpick and find all the bits that didn quite
glue right, but it really a waste of time. From a distance it looks
good. Head back to Veos and speak with him. He will tell you that when
you mentioned the Dark Altar, his client heard you and entered your
mind. Veos asks if you don't mind helping the client one more time
because he's impressed with your knowledge.
And it works exceedingly well. It just almost like real life inside a
computer screen on this matter. Of course in Runescape everything
controled, but you get my point.. We played Dark Of The Moon quite a bit
before its release, when many of the levels did seem to show promise.
But one of the main problems with previews is that there's no context,
so you never know how the sections you're shown compare to the rest of
Saint Helens, Oregon, United states, is a small town 30 miles north
west of Portland Oregon. The northern most part of town is on Highway 30
between Columbia City and Scappoose. Downtown Saint Helens sits on the
Columbia River, which divides the States of Oregon and Washington.