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17201  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Halo 2.5 on xbox 2...confirmed?!?!? on: December 27, 2004, 07:49:01 AM
Quote from: "yeyeman9"
Doopri Halo 1.5 was started by the fan. Teamxbox is saying this from a believable source.

TeamXbox = IGN ... Reliable? Hmm...

They refer to the new OXM (insider rumors)... I'll check the mag tomorrow. Those insider articles are still hit-n-miss, so I'm not sold on this. I dunno. <shrug> My next system may just be a PS3 if the only stuff they have to sell is stuff I've been playing for a year (assuming it comes out in november 2005).
17202  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [DEMO] HL2 on: December 25, 2004, 02:18:24 PM
Quote from: "gameoverman"
As it is now, I'm even less inclined to buy the game than before, because they want to make me jump hoops even to play the DEMO!  It's a frickin' DEMO. they should be doing whatever they can to get everyone possible(like me) to play the demo, it could only help their cause(making money).

I agree that the demo should be as accessible to the public as possible; the only reason I can think that they didn't want to go that way is this :

Product A_RETAIL has set system requirements (internet connectivity being one)
Product A_DEMO should have the same requirements, as to not create a false perception of product A_RETAIL.

I know from my past few posts people may think I'm a steam supporter; I'm not. I'm indifferent to it, and if we're going to get online software distribution it's the next logical step. Hell, apps have been doing this for years (online registration to unlock full versions).

There is one other option: Half-Life 2 is supposed to be coming out for the next console system(s) ?

As to the 3 people here who haven't purchased HL2 yet: do you think if HL2 was released in a season not so glutted with A+ titles that you would have already purchased Half-Life2? I dunno, something to think about.

I'm finding it easy to ignore titles I would have normally purchased based on the fact that I already have more games than I can reasonably play.

PS - Using Windows XP as an example is pretty bad; Windows XP is likely the current most-pirated-software. I'm sure the percentages are less than the previous iterations due in no small part to activation and registration schemes, however it's not hard to find copies of XP. For reference, I own my Windows XP Pro (got it through the MS corp. partner deal for ~69US, full version, non-upgrade)
17203  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / [DEMO] HL2 on: December 25, 2004, 02:06:11 PM
Quote from: "Zekester"
It's their bat, ball and diamond?
That's a totally ridiculous statement.
No offense, Purge, but last I checked they were a company trying to make money.

...and they still haven't got mine, even though i want to give it to them.
All they need to do is eliminate the Steam requirement.

Who OWNS the rights in the AUP & EULA? The company.
Who OWNS the licensed software? The company.
Who OWNS the authentication server that allows you to play? The company.

Bat. Ball. Diamond. This is how I see it: you can either play, or go home.

They have one of the most anticipated games from the past 3 years. They could have smeared crap all over each disk; the game would have made money regardless. I respect the fact that they are producing a quality product and taking steps to ensure both the experience, and their IP, is protected. Since they've done this (successfully, if not with a few bumps on the way) it's going to pave the way for new games. They also routed the retailers attempts to sell the game early; a sticking point with most software developers.

Remember, they already suffered once with theft of HL2 IP. Did you expect any less? The whining (internet generalization, not targeting you smile ) about online authentication is a waste of one's time. They decide the product they're going to release; our input on it is NOT taken into consideration.

If the fear of internet connectivity or registering your game is your concern, then I guess you're not going to play the game; or you're going to ask a friend to let you play theirs, or you're going to commit an act of theft and obtain the software illegally. <shrug>

I've accepted this change; I've voted with my remote, as it were. So have you, and I respect your decision to do so. I just don't understand the expectation that the demo of the retail would be any different.

[edited to remove the abrasive tones, and some speeling. Err, spelling slywink ]
17204  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / How Much Would You Pay...? on: December 23, 2004, 07:38:18 PM
Quote from: "corruptrelic"
I'd pay at least a few hundred, more if I could afford it. Could forget about "The Ex" once and for all, too.  :wink:

Uhm, that would be bad. It means you've unlearned the lesson that she taught you. (never share a bed with anyone crazier than you are).
17205  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / KoTOR 2 : The Sith Lords Impressions on: December 23, 2004, 06:39:36 AM
Quote from: "JayG"
The greatest improvement no-ones mentioned is the removal of the awful space game everytime you hoped from world to world. Fun the first time, it got tedious awfully quick.

I've run into it once already. When going to Onderon, you have the option to flee or fight (and flee). <shrug>
17206  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [DEMO] HL2 on: December 22, 2004, 04:24:08 PM
Why is it unbelievable? Since the game requires an internet connection, and the demo is only available online, there's no reason for them to spend the time/resources disconnecting the demo version from their online deployment. Plus, if there are any patches it can be applied to all clients. <shrug>

It's their bat, their ball, and their diamond. You don't have to play; complaining about it isn't going to change the game.
17207  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / HL2 Level Help Thread on: December 22, 2004, 04:21:03 PM
Quote from: "jonsauce"
Look for the sprint key, I believe its the same.

Yes, it's the Sprint key.
17208  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Anyone have doubts of EA's intent to corner/destroy pcgaming on: December 21, 2004, 07:07:25 PM
Quote from: "Daehawk"
EA is not destroying gaming. It is changing it from niche to mass market. Exactly what niche gamers thought they wanted a few years ago.

Same as killing it.

I dunno. IIRC, the video game industry has made 5+ Billion / year for more than 3 years; I think what's happening is that its starting to emulate itself too much. It *has* been mass market for a long time, it's just that everything coming out is a military shooter, platformer with quirky characters, or anime "inspired" RPGs.

It's like my video games all became the same effen game. Everything is the same lyrics, same beat, same song. Artistic diversity has given way to stockholder profit margins.

Hold on tight boys, piano ties and 60hr work-weeks are coming back with the 80s all over again. Age of aquarius; my *A*S*S*.
17209  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Woop - San Andreas rolls onto the Box on: December 21, 2004, 04:19:13 PM
Quote from: "Freezer-TPF-"
I should buy and play this "Vice City" sometime.

And if you play it for PC or Xbox, they have these neat things on the characters... fingers, I think I've heard them called. slywink

I held off on playing GTA:SA until I could play it on XB or PC; I'm not sure I'm goingto buy it or just rent it and see how it plays. I tried the biking thing right at the beginning; it works well enough I think.
17210  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / PC Gaming version: Shut up! It IS time to reveal your GOTY on: December 17, 2004, 07:30:56 PM
HL2 for me.

I've been pretty heavy into the consoles, so I've not played a ton of PC games.

LOTR:BFME deserves mention; it's what I play right now when I'm in front of the PC. I haven't decided to play WoW yet; I think I'll hold off until January. I think I might give DoW a spin too; I was in the multiplayer beta and it looked pretty promising.
17211  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Jade Empire on: December 16, 2004, 07:15:00 PM
Quote from: "farley2k"
I will buy it the day it comes out but I can't see pre-ordering it.  There will be tons of copies at EB, Gamestop, Best Buy, Target, Wal-Mart etc.  Considering how often I see threads about how pre-ordered games don't ship on time or they ship at the same time as stores so stores have it the same day I just can't see the value in pre-ordering.

Pre-order from the store itself. That's what I do. biggrin
I preorder to get the goodies; sometimes it's worth it.

In this case, JE is already pre-ordered for me. I'm not going to wait for the PC version; frankly I prefer playing on a 51" screen with fully realized Dolby 5.1. <shrug> each to their own, I guess.
17212  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Far Cry for those who have finished HL2 on: December 15, 2004, 08:24:48 PM
Quote from: "Khelavaster"

My 0.2,

Your 20 cents? Nice. Tongue

I enjoyed HL2 and the story was very compelling. I noticed the guy in the suit several times in the game, leading me on (the one I remember clearly is at the end of the skimmer level).

Far Cry AI detecting me was far too stupid, in my experience. I mean, they'd notice me even though I was being stealthy, and they had their backs turned. Oh, and they'd all run through the same door for me to slaughter them. Mind you, I only played the demo; that being said it *is* the product released to showcase the game.

I dunno, FPS genre has lost it's lustre, but I *really* want HL3. slywink
17213  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / What next? Paralyzed by indecision... on: December 15, 2004, 08:09:37 PM
Baten Kaitos is very good, although the first 45 minutes is waiting for them to take the training wheels off the game.

KOTOR2 is an excellent choice, but it *will* give you that deja vu feeling.

I hear Mechassault 2 has a pretty damned good story to it, and it's out the week between christmas and new years. Since the design has changed I don't think you're going to get deja vu.

Mario Party 6 is effen huge. One game lasts like, 6 hours. That could easily kill your time and it is a blast to play... as long as you have someone to play with. A buddy of mine and I played it for 7+ hours, and we had 2 cpu's set on easy AI.... should have been "retarded AI"... it was a 3 on 1 minigame where I had to hit A as fast as possible to inflate my balloon, and they had to work together to (which his AI "helpers" stood there) ... I almost peed laughing so hard... he was freakin' out pounding on the controller; he went from 0 to bitch in like, 3 seconds... I almost lost.

In retrospect, stay away from mario party (with easy AI), unless you have a stockpile of "Depends" you need to get through.

A Bard's Tale was pretty engaging too; I'd recommend it for a 3 day rental, or a bargain bin purchase.
17214  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Has everyone else given up on Halo 2 and Multiplayer? on: December 14, 2004, 01:26:39 PM
I'll be back on in a few weeks... I'm in LOTR:BFME right now, KOTOR2 is also in play, and a bit of Metroid Prime 2. <shrug>
17215  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / My 2004 pc gaming year in review on: December 13, 2004, 04:35:50 PM
Quote from: "Greggy_D"
LE, I love how you tell people that they are "wrong", as if you were the defining voice in computer gaming. :roll:

Those 4 points illustrated why "I" didn't like it.  Sorry, but someone's opinion can't be wrong.

 :shock: I can't believe I'm about to say this.... -LE- is right on.

1) As to linear paths and plotlines, I don't know if that's really a valid complaint, considering the game is telling a story. The first game was just as linear, so to expect the sequel to be any different without clear indication from Valve advertising is unreasonable. <shrug>

The Combine AI WAS boring, uninspired, and predictable. A true step down from HL1's Marines.

That statement begs the question. (basically, you are including an "unproven" as a "fact" within your conclusion).

2) If the AI is exactly the same, then it's not a step down at all. IIRC, it has been improved (and considering this is the next version of the product it would require quite the burden of proof to convince otherwise), your "step down" point is then invalid. The first part of your statement still stands, but would need to be revised with something like "I felt" to even be considered an opinion rather than fact.

More likely is that the gaming industry has learned from the AI in Half-Life and now you've become desensitized to the behaviours. Basically, *you* have gotten better/jaded/wiser. That isn't a limitation in software.

As to the combine forces in the square (where you're defending Alex) I found them to be plenty intelligent.  :evil:

3) The Lord Ebonstone granted you point 3 for your own tastes; you are entitled to your opinions with no dispute.

4) "Steam sucked" ?? You use the term "A LOT" and then never extrapolate. "A LOT" is a context sensitive term. 850 people is not "A LOT" in contrast to a million people (0.00085 %). If all 850 people showed up to occupy a 500 square foot living room, they would certainly qualify the term "A LOT".

I guess people in your generalization should have read the system requirements, including the requirement for internet activation.

There was a press release over a month before release detailing the internet requirement for installation. I guess they missed that too?

As far as I'm concerned, point 4 should read: "Ignorant People Suck... They buy a product they can't use and then complain about it". Valve is in no way required to release an offline-only game. I had no problems with steam. I will not be drawn into generalizations or absolutes; I don't know how many people made a mistake in their purchase. Windows XP has been on this activation thing since it's inception; this isn't a new experience, except maybe for pirates. Hell, most downloadable software has some sort of activation process, including your anti-virus software.

The online-requirement complaint is really thin. If you check with Valve they list ways in which to get around this activation as well.

[edited for spelling]
17216  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Riddick PC gets 9.3 @ Gamespot! Higher than HL2 oh my.... on: December 13, 2004, 04:43:59 AM
Quote from: "Jeff Jones"
It's a great game, I played and finished it on the xbox. It doesn't touch HL2, though, IMO.

I concur. To update the "greater than" game listing above:

HL2>Riddick>RTCW>Duck Hunt(nes)>C:\>Doom3
17217  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / HL2 a second time and with more gravity! **spoilers** on: December 13, 2004, 04:43:05 AM
:shock:  flying antlions.... anyone test that yet?? ninja
17218  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Filthy Horde Invading Elven lands....(Pictures) on: December 12, 2004, 02:48:50 PM
Damn you all. ><; I sooo want to play WoW now.

I have the collectors ed. sitting on my desk, but I don't wanna blow my free month yet as I've still got KOTOR2, KUF and a few other titles to work on.
17219  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Suikoden 4 ... seeing screenshots, thinking : on: December 12, 2004, 06:59:23 AM
Quote from: "EddieA"
We don't have lightsabers.  We have swords that are 3 times as big as were are slywink

...and can wield the 140lb sword as long as you are tall, and still be able (with one hand) to effectively use the trigger... sheesh. slywink
17220  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / KoTOR 2 : The Sith Lords Impressions on: December 10, 2004, 03:33:43 PM
Quote from: "farley2k"
Quote from: "vagabond"
At 42 hours in.  

I am not disputing your numbers but I just find it amazing (and odd) that someone would spend that much time simply playing a video game.

I've got 112 hours logged... I'm playing it on four consoles simultaneously with two tvs with twinview....

god bless my opposable toes. biggrin
17221  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / KoTOR 2 : The Sith Lords Impressions on: December 10, 2004, 03:21:05 PM
Quote from: "Kevin Grey"
Of course, it seems to me that bullets would have been a better alternative but...

We're not employing logic here, Kevin. slywink This is a Star Wars discussion. Get with the program. :lol:
17222  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / i want my game music!... on: December 10, 2004, 03:15:36 PM
Quote from: "Knightshade Dragon"
Welcome semiconscious!  I'm with you - I want soundtracks.  Some of the games through the years have had some great soundtracks and I would have enjoyed having them at my fingertips rather than some shiny metal box to toss in the box of boxes. smile

Speaking of boxes, I'd prefer a lifesized Kasumi Pillow. err... Pillows. Heh. slywink

I do enjoy some music from games, but for the most part I think I'd want only the "good" tracks (IE no filler music).

I hope they release another Super Mario with a soundtrack... do-doodoo do0doo. do-doo-doot dootdooot. (SMB 1-2)
17223  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / KoTOR 2 : The Sith Lords Impressions on: December 10, 2004, 05:53:43 AM
Quote from: "vagabond"
Yeah, but wasn't there like a thousand years of peace at one time? What about all those jedi that died of natural causes.  Nobody is gonna walk around with a lightsaber who isn't trained to use it because they would die of stupidity soon thereafter and then somebody else would pick the saber up offa their corpse.  :lol:  I am just saying, lightsabers should be very common. Hell some refugee guy in the game gives you one. Where did he get it?

I think Jedi get buried with their sabres; since they have a strict discipline I'd think they don't go hockin' dead jedi blades.

That being said; is it possible for a non-jedi to wield a lightsabre? (I'm not familiar with the books; I always assumed there was force involved with them).

Not that that has ANYTHING to do with this topic.

Oh, my impressions of this game is as follows:

The story and the multiple branching threads that no one could follow the first run through is worth bearing the sometimes jittery performance.

I'm really taken in by the game.
17224  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / KoTOR 2 : The Sith Lords Impressions on: December 09, 2004, 07:01:50 PM
Quote from: "vagabond"
You are talking about at one time though. There have been a 100 jedi per planet at a time for several thousand years.  There would be tens, maybe hundreds of thousands of them by now. Like the Samurai swords, there weren't that many at any one time, it took a man a whole month to make just one, but over centuries they accumulate.

Think about this though; Jedi are hunted... I'm sure the Sith are collecting the lightsabers like trophies; also of the "thousands" of Jedi lost to the Sith, a lot of them were converted to the dark side rather than being killed (at least, that's what some of the info in the dialogue on the asteroid would indicate). Their lightsabers are still very much in use.

The other likely reason is that although there are dead Jedi, knowing that the Exchange (read: the intergalactic Mafia) are looking for more, as a mundane person would *YOU* want to attract the attention of the Exchange 'cuz you were walking around with a lightsaber?

When the Samurai were being hunted, their stuff was still around, but it was hidden for a long damn time  ninja (if Kurosawa is to be believed). Years after the pursecution had passed, the items tend to resurface. This game starts ~10 years after the Mandalorian wars when Revan and Malak were still on the light side. The hunt for Jedi is still fresh, with a sizable bounty on any lightsaber wielding fools. Hell, *I'd* turn you in for enough money.  :twisted:

That being said, I do wish we had lightsabers early on. Ah well.
17225  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Suikoden 4 ... seeing screenshots, thinking : on: December 09, 2004, 04:47:35 PM
Quote from: "Andrew Mallon"
Purge, OPM had a Suikoden IV demo in last month's issue. If you haven't played it, give it a whirl. The demo is not impressive at all.

Do I feel like losing savegames and getting a free game from sony....  :?  :twisted: heh. heh. heh.
17226  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / LotR: Battle for Middle Earth - First Impressions on: December 09, 2004, 07:38:50 AM
Quote from: "Thin_J"
Hetz just made me want this game frown

I was doing so good with my "no more game purchases until next year" goal too.

Now I just might not make it.

Ya big jerk.

Yeah, I'm kinda hating on Hetz right now too... how am I gonna explain another purchase this close to christmas??

Dammit Hetz, take a page from LE, our resident wet-blankets book; tell us how it let you down. slywink

Just kiddin' (LE).  Cool
17227  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / KoTOR 2 : The Sith Lords Impressions on: December 09, 2004, 07:33:23 AM
Guys, first of all... Hello, SPOILER WARNINGS??  :shock:

Second of all, this isn't a KOTOR2 help thread... it's an impressions thread. Please start a new topic if you're going to be tossing out info about the game later on. I just wanted to know what people thought of the game in general terms.

Thanks smile
17228  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Suikoden 4 ... seeing screenshots, thinking : on: December 08, 2004, 05:29:16 PM

Not because the screenshots look bad, but that Knightshade liked the previous one, so this game *must* be bad. slywink

Any chance of you guys getting a preview copy to hash over, KD? smile
17229  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / LotR: Battle for Middle Earth - First Impressions on: December 08, 2004, 05:03:19 PM
Quote from: "Ralph-Wiggum"
They seem to love it in Germany. Of course, one might have to question   Germany's taste in some matters: David Hasselhoff

... and the US renamed french fries to freedom fries. Lets not judge a nation based on brief moments of lapsed judgement. As I recall, it was the US who made him a star to begin with... so kindly lay off with the german comments.  :roll: [/rant]

Back on topic : I have the e3 video, and it seems that there wasn't much in the way of micro-management, which is OK in my books. I'm concerned of the quality, however, as EA has had it's big sweaty hands all over it.
17230  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / X-Box as an HDTV DVD player on: December 07, 2004, 03:55:22 AM
get a real dvd player for it. Oh, and if your TV (although I'd hope that the DLP doesnt) upconverts to 540p (1080i) then you might as well use an interlaced; the progressive scan actually displays more artifacts than the interlaced. <sigh>

Everyone is cutting corners to bring down cost.
17231  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / So ah... there's some Star Wars game comin out tomorrow... on: December 05, 2004, 11:52:13 PM
The rules change near christmas ... just look at MechAssault 2. Dec28 release? yikes...
17232  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Baiten Kaitos impressions? on: December 05, 2004, 06:14:23 AM
Quote from: "Bullwinkle"
The style is so impressive that I can't believe I allowed the lame voices to almost make this a waste of money for me.  Hooray for the turned off voices.

The voices aren't *THAT* bad. Sheesh. You'd think they just had screaming in the microphone or the sound of someone taking a dump.

I'd have to say, I've turned the voices back on. They don't talk often enough for them to grate; the only advantage to having them off is load times (as it reloads the screen to show auto-sequencing),
17233  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / KoToR 2 shipping on Monday? on: December 03, 2004, 05:26:38 AM
Aw crap. Kiss "free time" goodbye.
17234  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / OFFICIAL HALO2 CLAN NAME POLL on: December 02, 2004, 10:20:39 PM
send an invite to me, mate.
17235  Non-Gaming / Trading Forum / Anyone have any toddler videos for trade or sell? on: December 02, 2004, 10:13:58 PM
Have you tried the Baby Einstein series? My son loves em. smile

Not willing to part with em though; he's 15mo and both he(and my wife) would kill me slywink
17236  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Questions regarding Xbox, Xbox Live and subscription cos on: December 02, 2004, 10:02:28 PM
To answer in shorter form :

1 & 1.5) yes it's that easy, and yes RF tvs are ancient, you will need a cable or run it through a VCR that has RCA inputs. slywink

2 & 3 ) you can go online with XBConnect; it's a peer-based and non-MS affiliated connection. No downloads from MS.. sorry. You can tell if an MS game will work with it; look for the "system Link" option for multiplayer.

4) Solo games are great; I like the fact that the Live service does help you even when playing solo. Live-aware titles (letting you log into the network but still be "offline" playing solo) means that you can play solo games and still be there to recieve invites for other online games.

Live can be linked to your MSN Messenger as well, so while you're fartin' around on the net you can see notifications such as :

12/2/2004 9:49:44 PM GMT-UTC
jeffjones66 is playing Prince of Persia: The Sands of.
12/2/2004 9:35:51 PM GMT-UTC
G4M3 0V3R is playing Counter-Strike.

So if I was waiting for jeffjones to play Halo2, I'd know he's online right now (playing a single player game such as Prince of Persia). (I'm -6hrs GMT, so it's 3:49pm or about 10 minutes earlier than this post). Live has some sweet stuff going for it; and I'm a PC gamer.

For reference, I was a hardcore PC player up until about 3-4 years ago; I used to host 30+ person langames on 100Mb back when the 16port switches were upwards of 500US. Hell, I started langames back on Arpnet with Duke3d.

The 16 port switch collects dust now.
17237  Non-Gaming / Trading Forum / [closed] Wanted : Gamecube HD component cable. on: December 02, 2004, 04:16:48 AM
Thanks for the heads-up, but I knew that already. smile and yeah, I've got the second port for HD.

I actually ordered one from before I saw your post; given that play-asia and lik-sang want more than 40US for it, (plus shipping) that I'd be better off with one right from nintendo.

So, thanks!
17238  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / This Is Fun Pt 3: This Time It's Personal! (possibly NSFW) on: December 01, 2004, 06:15:44 AM
Quote from: "Ralph-Wiggum"
Quote from: "Interloper"

That is great.

That's a short clip from "Rejected" ... the entire thing is a *must see*.

"My Spoon is too big." ROFL
17239  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / What's your GOAT of the Year so far? (console edition) on: December 01, 2004, 05:56:24 AM
Quote from: "Ranulf"
Yikes..burnout3? I loved #2 but held off getting 3, was going to wait until it was cheap used. Whats wrong with it?

This is an opinions thread; LE might not like that one but to a lot of us (myself included) it was, and still IS, forefront in "favorite driving game of 2004" biggrin Go rent the sucker.
17240  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / What's your GOAT of the Year so far? (console edition) on: November 30, 2004, 11:49:30 PM
Three words....

Full Spectrum Warrior. I mean, WTF?? All the things they indicated would be in the game were unlocked with a code to get an unpolished version of the game they were supposed to release. I wonder if Fable will let me enter that TURTLE code too.


Halo2 single-player wasn't anywhere near a GOAT for me; the fact that I played through all of it and still occasionally play it is a testament to it. The only feature missing, IMHO, ( :roll: no, not an "ending") is online/system link Co-op play. I mean, seriously. I want the full damned screen.

Riddick, although entertaining, wasn't a golden star for me that everyone was proclaiming it to be.

Tom Clancy struck out THREE times this year, as Pandora Tomorrow, Black Arrow, and GR2 are not in my collection (the first two were, and left in a hurry).
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