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  1. "Jiminy"The best way in is through the roof. Lift a few tiles, hop in and then down through the man hole. even on big apartment complexes, the weakness is always the roof/fire escape. You can also disconnect/disarm most basic security systems while you're in the roof as all the wires for them are laying up there along with the battery backup pack usually. If you do it during the middle of the day, people assume you're just working on the house even if the alarm goes off.

    Only morons go bursting through doors with guns, seriously. On that note though, almost anyone can kick your average door in or as neif said, use a brick or big rock from the garden to bash it down. The trick is to kick/bash the hinge side not the bolt side. That side is weak as piss. But really, you go in through the roof, at midday on a weekday, take a few bits of jewellery out the front door, back on the roof to put the tiles back and they won't even know they've been robbed. hit nice suburbs and you can make good money without a crime even being reported.


  2. "Jiminy"Don't worry, my g/f knows all about them and doesn't come anywhere near them


    That's lucky, but what about your wife?
  3. E3 2014 - Brace for Next Gen Bullshit
    The special time of the year is upon us, a gaming news buffet wherein the ticks of the corporate games media come to feed and gorge themselves. Demos will be frozen, games will be overhyped and horrible looking head-clamp VR things will be showcased. The year 2014 is the year of the Next Gen, a catchphrase so toxic that it threatens to bring a variety of vague, nondescript experiences into your gaming lounge. Is it so much to ask that we just get good, enjoyable games without needless cocksucking innovation?

    Only time will tell. In the meantime, join us in our E3 Megathread to share your hopes and dreams for the video gaming industry!