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July 18th, 2012
Posted in Modding
From a different part of the Xbox forums comes this one:
“Million to one shot, doc! Million to one!”
The answer to his question is easy though.
“An Xbox live rep will be with you soon. Please Assume the Party Escort Submission Position.”
And it’s a shame…he has a pretty good taste in games (no warshooters!) and lot’s of DLC.
Except he modded his gamerscore so how could you know he owned any of those games/DLC?
Dude has Dead Space Ignition, one of the lowest rated games on Xbox Live and has an obnoxiously easy gamerscore to obtain.
I notice that he also modded his avatar “by accident” too.
I accidentally went through a extended series of steps and followed directions from websites that instructed me how to extract my user information, modify it with an editor, and re-encode it and re-install it on my Xbox. Total accident, I swear.
When there’s something strange
with thier gamerscore,
who you gonna call?
I Ain’t afraid of no Ruben!
RUBEN! STOP DOWNVOTING EVERYTHING!
I tried robbing a bank once, big mistake, I actually got away with it and several million dollars, and now I want to give the money back without being arrested….Also, on a completely unrelated note, I dyed my skin red.
You sure that wasn’t the dye packs from the stolen money?
No, I did it to myself, I think I look pretty cool, its a statement, “I can break the law and I have mad skills”, people will surely respect me for doing it.
I’m sure those people who commented on his thread want to tear this guy apart for his stupidity but couldn’t because of the ToS of the Microsoft message board. I know I want to. I just don’t wanna.
Geez! I better be careful! I don’t want to accidentally mod my gamerscore or avatar either! I hope it isn’t catching!
Are these people lacking half a brain or what? >.>
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