So, I'm having some trouble deciding on which game to get, Halo 4 or Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2. I'm leaning towards Halo 4 just a bit more because I absolutely love Halo. But, I also really want Black Ops 2 because i loved black ops, and more of my friends are getting it over Halo 4, and I feel I'd have more fun playing with friends. Or I could lavish a bit, and get both, but then I'd be just about out of money until the holidays come.
So, I've seen a bunch of gameplay for DayZ and it looks like a ton of fun. I plan on buying Arma 2 in a few days for it, but I have some questions about it/ for you guys.
What exactly do I need to buy for DayZ besides Arma 2? Can I buy Arma 2 Combined Ops and be set, or is there something else?
Also, I plan to be live streaming this game, and I feel like it'd be more fun to play it with some entertaining people. So, I'm looking for people who already have it and want to play with me! If you want to, please send me a PM with your Skype name and Steam name! (I do want people who are over 14-15 though. I don't have a problem with preteens and such, but it seems to drive away a lot of people from watching the stream.)
This isn't exactly paintball related, but I figured this would be a good place to ask and get some nice answers.
So today was the first day of Pre-Season for soccer. After running for a little while, I got this intense pain in my right shoulder blade. But, this isn't the first time it's occurred. A few years ago, when I was more in shape than I am now, we had to run several miles for school. Again, after a short time, I got sharp pain in my shoulder.
Does anyone know what might be causing this? It's happened for as long as I can remember when running long distances, but I never really looked too far into it. Now that I'm starting soccer this year, I want to know whats wrong.
Also, it only seems to happen in my right shoulder, never in my left. Which is why I don't think it's my posture, because I would assume if you had bad posture while running, you'd get pain in both sides.
So, I'll be going into my sophomore year of highschool this year. I want to start doing soccer this year, but there are some things holding me back from finalizing my decision. Mostly, how time consuming it is.
After school, it's 3 hours of practice every day (I'm pretty sure), and 1-2 games a week (at least). I've started live streaming recently on twitch.tv, and I was hoping that I could give myself a constant schedule for streaming when school started up again. With the recent interest of starting soccer, that's most likely not going to happen.
So, I'm asking you guys, what would you do? I don't want to stop streaming because it's tons of fun, but I also want to do soccer this year, and probably years in the future.