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Old 09-20-2011, 06:41 AM
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You could say that haha. Regardless I'm looking forward to it. No OMA, commando, or danger close so that's always a plus. From all of the videos I've seen from people who went to COD XP said the maps where smaller and more fast paced. I'm also really excited for some classic COD4 guns making a comeback (mainly the MP5 and G36C). I think it will be fun, especially with all of the new perks and point streak options.
The only thing that would be mildly entertaining for Call of Duty MW2.5 would be the campaign. To fully enjoy the multiplayer experience, you will have to dish out 8 dollars a month.
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Whats cooking? Haha anyway who has heard of a film called don't be afraid of the dark? It's in the horror/thriller genres.
Any recommendations on any films you've enjoyed and think i might aswell?
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Not badass, but it was definitely a great game. Top-notch platforming.

I doubt this'll be for all games though. Remember the Metroid-ish demo we played? I don't think a game like that could be played solely on the tablet. Granted, I'm not sure why you'd want to anyway. :P

Yeah :/ I don't know about you, but I want to play future Sonic games on the big screen, thank you very much :D


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Whats cooking? Haha anyway who has heard of a film called don't be afraid of the dark? It's in the horror/thriller genres.
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Just a question - what do films have to do with this thread? xP

Inbetweeners Movie - 'nuff said.

Anywho, I feel pretty depressed that their bringing out Resident Evil Operation Raccoon City - why go from amazing classic survival horror to rubbish survival action? And why change the camera angle?! The ones used up to Code: Veronica gave the game it's atmosphere! Dx The games from 4 and onward have been bad in the RE series =/

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The games from 4 and onward have been bad in the RE series =/

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Anyone who says RE:4 is a bad game is just being a contrarian, and possibly a hipster. It was a brilliant piece of gaming, a revolution for the series, and it was scary.

Too bad that Resident Evil 5 sucked so bad.
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Anyone who says RE:4 is a bad game is just being a contrarian, and possibly a hipster. It was a brilliant piece of gaming, a revolution for the series, and it was scary.

Too bad that Resident Evil 5 sucked so bad.
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Anyone who says RE:4 is a bad game is just being a contrarian, and possibly a hipster. It was a brilliant piece of gaming, a revolution for the series, and it was scary.

Too bad that Resident Evil 5 sucked so bad.

It may have been a good game, but it wasn't a good Resident Evil game. Everything was different, and it didn't have the same scare-factor as the previous games had.

A Revolution for the series? How so?

Yeah, Resident Evil 5 was bad T_T

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Return of the Beast.. and a beast it is.

I'm absolutely and incredibly proud of all of you for keeping my original vision of CGA alive through TGS. The world is separated by casual gamers and the hardcore, but this is a place where the vision sets a utopia of collaboration and unity in the gaming universe. Much love from SuperBoy, and stay gold everyone!
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Sheva had some of the worst AI that I've seen in the next-gen period. Honestly, if she was completely omitted from the game (or made into an NPC), I actually would be more than willing to give RE:5 a whole playthrough.

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I'm really inclined to disagree. If anything, Resident Evil 4 was scarier than the other instalments. I mean okay, I'm not a major fan of quick-time events (even though Resident Evil 4 was one of the games that gave them inception as a major game mechanic) but they did give the series a sense of urgency that I didn't experience with the ones prior. I mean at some points you REALLY did have to act quickly, I got quite a few game-overs because I wasn't looking at the screen for a few seconds.
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I'm really inclined to disagree. If anything, Resident Evil 4 was scarier than the other instalments. I mean okay, I'm not a major fan of quick-time events (even though Resident Evil 4 was one of the games that gave them inception as a major game mechanic) but they did give the series a sense of urgency that I didn't experience with the ones prior. I mean at some points you REALLY did have to act quickly, I got quite a few game-overs because I wasn't looking at the screen for a few seconds.

Unless you got the Wii version.

WORST. GAME. EVER. Never get zombie games for the Wii -.-'


...Actually, the worst game ever in my opinion is "Reign of Fire" for the Gamecube. Great movie, crappy game.
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Unless you got the Wii version.
I really hope you are joking.
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I really hope you are joking.

It wasn't for me - it was for my donkey of a father. He didn't play it, and two or three years later my sister was like "I'm going to play it."

...She had to buy a Classic Controller to play (Remote+Nunchuk was too unruly) it, and she quit after a bit. The game was simply too difficult to play. (We didn't have a 360 at the time it was bought...And at this time, our 360 had red ringed after two years of faithful service. Pretty good in terms of 360 life, but sad seeing as my Gamecube, with its various holes in the power cord, is still working ten years later. Best console I've ever had).


......I plan to sell Resident Evil 4 (Wii) and try to get 30 bucks off of it, at least.
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It wasn't for me - it was for my donkey of a father. He didn't play it, and two or three years later my sister was like "I'm going to play it."

...She had to buy a Classic Controller to play (Remote+Nunchuk was too unruly) it, and she quit after a bit. The game was simply too difficult to play. (We didn't have a 360 at the time it was bought...And at this time, our 360 had red ringed after two years of faithful service. Pretty good in terms of 360 life, but sad seeing as my Gamecube, with its various holes in the power cord, is still working ten years later. Best console I've ever had).


......I plan to sell Resident Evil 4 (Wii) and try to get 30 bucks off of it, at least.
I honestly thought the Wiimote/Nunchuk control enhanced the experience; RE4 is one of the only games where I prefer IR control to the normal dual analog set-up. I just want you to know, from one Sonic Adventure 2: Battle fan to another, that you're selling one of the greatest games of all-time. I suppose you could get the Gamecube version if you really didn't like the Wiimote or Classic Controller set-ups, or if you don't have one, one of these.

And yes, Gamecubes are indeed super awesome.

Also, sorry to hear that your father is a donkey.

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......I plan to sell Resident Evil 4 (Wii) and try to get 30 bucks off of it, at least.
Gamestop sells it used for about $12. :[
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