Amped® 2 Crimson Skies®: High Road to Revenge™ Dead or Alive® 3 Fable®: The Lost Chapters™ Forza Motorsport™ Fuzion Frenzy® Grabbed by the Ghoulies™ Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas™ Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Halo® Halo® 2 Jade Empire™3 LEGO® Star Wars® Metal Arms™: Glitch in the System Ninja Gaiden® Black Quantum Redshift® RalliSport Challenge Spider-Man™ Star Wars Battlefront™ Star Wars Battlefront™ II Star Wars®: Knights of the Old Republic™ Star Wars® Knights of the Old Republic® II: The Sith Lords™ The Incredible Hulk™: Ultimate Destruction Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Series Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six® 3 Series Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell® Series Tony Hawk's Pro Skater™ 4 XIII
Despite low reviews, Grabbed and XIII are fun.
Games missing from the list that I would recommend watching for :
Project Gotham 1 & 2 Panzer Dragoon Orta Phantom Dust GUNVALKRIE Crimson Sea MechAssault MechAssault2
I did that once (and found a basket with a generic teddy bear head too), but I can't find the bin anymore I pulled the Servbot head out of. I found the ones I can throw and put on other zombies, but not the wearable one.
When you first start, go to the bookstore (immediate left) and then follow the left wall (after getting books) to the toystore with the heads. The rack behind the heads (its a display table that you can walk around) allows you to change clothes. thats where you get the servbot head.
rang in at 49/50; the only one I got wrong was the best selling PS1 game. I coulda SWORE FFVII beat out GT. I think they should check their facts... heh.
The only one I guessed at were the CS Source vs. CS CZ (I've only played the former briefly; the latter has never interested me) and the Q3 vs UT mod. The thing that tipped me off was the ammo count in the bottom right.. I'd remember that font anywhere
Spoiler for Hiden:
Tetris has the line , box, T, 2 "L's" and 2 "Z's" (seven). I counted in my head for that one.
Yeah. I'm not a conspiracy nut, but I'd like to be notified if I commented in a thread that was deleted, and why it was deleted.
Otherwise it's shady. I did comment on that thread and now I'm questioning the actions of the moderators and the content of the thread that was enough to DELETE and not just lock it. I mean, what could be that bad that we couldn't see messages?
... maybe George dubya's administration had something to do with it.
I've seen a lot of vampire and werewolf movies. If I am not mistaken they usually go on and kill whatever gets in their way, not stopping to turn noobs onto the whole "children of the night" fun parade.
But if this is a question of what I'd rather be turned into I'm totally going vampire. I already prefer the night owl thing and hate the sun so I'm already half there. I just don't see a lot of upside to the werewolf thing.
Ever see Dog Soldiers? You can get hot Werewolf chicks too.
And is it just me, but we have all been talking about how we will get innovative gaming, but instead we are getting FPS's, a port of a mediocre at best flight game, 2 racing/driving titles and a platformer which all seem to be just standard fare for any of the other consoles.
Well, were I a chop-stick using person, I would find the same meals may be more enjoyable with a new invention called a "spoon". Soup especially.
If a game has been completely retooled for use with a completely different control scheme, it may make that game better.
Corrupt, let's boil that down to the basics. Check return policy on whatever store FIRST. Costco & Walmart have awesome return policies. Also, make sure they aren't writing down the serial number at the time of sale (Which is why I don't recommend Gamestop/EBGames). [list=1]
Go to Costco / Walmart, etc and buy a 360.
Get it home and unpack it out of the box.
Pack your busted-ass one in box.
Return your to the store (it's better to go to a different store-front); indicate you hated it/wife made you return it/alien probe in your ass interferes with it.
Call again and ask for a supervisor. Be polite but firm. Screaming and yelling rarely works; neither does a "Whiney" tone. I'm not suggesting you employed either, but the rep won't care for you. It's your paramount task to get them to empathize with you. When they do, they'll jump through hoops to make sure you're taken care of.