Heh hook line and sinker guys :ganishka:
Although I didn't like how they've half implemented the attack system, because I was able to control how and when to attack I wanted to control how to block too
HAWK -> XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX<-DARKSPAWN
Heh yeah, I can see that now you've pointed it out
Best thing I liked about it was that if you picked a good line of dialogue then the character continued with the same tone of voice, that was a neat little touch
Oh yeah and is it just me or does Aveline remind you of a crap version of Jaheira?
Yeah that would suck :puck:
If they added a substantial amount of characters I could see merit in it but bringing out all the characters as a DLC pack aswell would be a better way to go, that way it doesn't make the first game so obsolete
I've had MvsC3 for a few days now and I'm really enjoying it, though I'm pretty sucky at it at the moment.
At the moment I've got to say my favourite character is probably She-Hulk, even she doesn't really have much in the way of moves (though I do like her three chain super) but I've still got...
I got Kane & Lynch 2 the other day, played it a bit. It was OK but I wish IO interactive would just try and make a another great stealth game like they did with the hitman series (doesn't even have to be another hitman sequel) The action is a bit mediocre and the on-line modes are a little...
At the moment it's:
Deus Ex 3 (after finally finding some early gameplay footage to watch, I'm even more excited for it :guts:)
Ni no Kuni: Shiroki Seihai no Joou
It's like Tales of/Dark Chronicle/Ghibli film/game it's looking really good
I can't believe that boot armour is just card! :isidro:
Is it just spray paint you're using on it? If so how are getting that mottled aged effect? Spraying lightly so that you get little blobs of black? :???:
Shaun of the Dead
Shaolin challenges Ninja (guilty pleasure this one, even though there are some far better kung-fu movies like ip man, hero, drunken master etc I still love this movie)
And speaking of Kung-fu also Kung-Fu hustle
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas