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4921  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / X-Men 3 on: May 30, 2006, 08:18:28 PM
I LOVED the movie, I absolutely enjoyed it. Huge X-men fan, this one felt authentic. Did Cyclops really die? We don't know for sure, keeps you wondering just like the comics like to do slywink Can't wait to see it again next weekend!
4922  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / MGS2: Sons of Liberty... I tried on: May 30, 2006, 08:14:56 PM
I haven't owned a PS2 in a while, so my friend recently let me borrow his in order to catch up on some of the so-called classics I missed. Of the stack of games he gave me, which included MGS2, MGS3, God of War, and Shadow of the Colossus, I decided I would try to play through the MGS games so I knew what was going on when I picked up MGS4 for PS3.

I put about 3.5 hours into it, I really tried to like it, but I'm simply not having a good time with this game. The graphics now are very outdated, but besides that the level design is weak so far, the camera is WAY to close in most of the time making me feel claustraphobic, the dialogue is cheesy as all hell, and the cutscenes are too long. I'm not exactly feeling the voice acting and sound effects either. It seems like the storyline is very detailed and involving, but honestly if all I was looking for was a story I would read a book. I need gameplay. It feels like Splinter Cell-lite.

Ah well, I tried to love it, but I think I'll pass on MGS2. I'll give God of War a spin.
4923  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Your LONG Weekend of Gaming? on: May 30, 2006, 08:08:06 PM
Didn't get to play any games here either  :cry:
4924  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / World of Warcraft to PS3? on: May 23, 2006, 08:44:08 PM
I don't see WoW being a huge score as a console exclusive, I really don't. First of all, the graphics would need a serious overhaul which I doubt will happen. If you think FFXI looks like shit on the 360, a year down the line WoW will look utterly horrible... especially on PS3.
4925  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Table Tennis Impressions on: May 23, 2006, 08:40:58 PM
Don't buy this game unless you plan on playing it extensively online, the single player is worth nothing more than honing your skills.
4926  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / XB360: Living up to it's spec's? on: May 23, 2006, 08:38:48 PM
Remember when the PS2 first came out? I couldn't help but laugh at it through its first year because Dreamcast games like Shenmue and Skies of Arcadia looked better than anything it had to offer. The first year for any console is always the training and learning year for developers, its the second generation that really begins to tap into the console's power, and the third and fourth generation that pushes it to its max.

Games like Halo 3, Mass Effect, and Bio Shock will show off what the 360 can do. Really the smartest way to go about it with any new console (with the exception of Nintendo and previously Sega as well) is to skip the first year. Why? Because for the most part there are no must-own titles, or at least not many of them, that first year. Also, the first few versions of the hardware are buggy as hell.
4927  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / World of Warcraft to PS3? on: May 23, 2006, 05:37:40 PM
Not only that, but the 360 architecture is much more similar to a PC's than PS3, why would they want to release it there?
4928  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Devil's Right : PSP pwnz DS. on: May 23, 2006, 12:01:50 AM
Fanboyism is like a disease... I hired a friend of mine to work as a sales associate at my store and its incredible how biased he is in his opinion of the 360 and the PS3. He absolutely shuns the 360, he calls himself a " PS Guy". He has his own solid points: PS3 will have MGS4 and FF13, and I tell him I'm personally looking forward to more 360 titles at this point because most of them are original titles and not just another sequel. He loves to completely close his mind to the fact the there are original and very promising 360 titles by saying its just more of the same and don't really stand out. Kinda contradictory when his two examples of why he wants a PS3 is two sequels. What surprises me is that he's otherwise a very open-minded person... except when it comes to video games. That's why I call it a disease  :?
4929  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Tomb Raider: Legends frame rate issues on 360? on: May 20, 2006, 01:21:34 AM
Before my 360 died on me I was playing TR on a standard TV. I'm trying to finish up the game now that I have my replacement system, I also ended up buying an HD TV, however I've noticed that this game doesn't seem to be high-def friendly. I'm playing in 720, and it seems like the frame rate is lower than it used to be. I could have sworn I read about frame rate issues with playing TR on high def... I've scoured the official forums for an answer but came up with none. Anyone know?
4930  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / What are you playing this weekend? 05/19/06 on: May 20, 2006, 01:19:02 AM
Finishing up Tomb Raider: Legends (my 360 died on me 60% of the way through) and will probably attempt to play through Call of Duty 2 on 360.
4931  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Is Halo 2 SP worth playing? on: May 19, 2006, 05:56:40 PM
Sounds like its worth playing through then. I've also read the Halo book they have out (or are there multiple?) so I would really like to see what events take place in Halo 2.

So what would you do? Bring yourself to play the last 3 levels, replay the whole thing on the shiny 360 with at least a texture benefit, or just go read about the ending somewhere and forget about it? Note that gaming time runs at a premium.

I would just play through those last three levels if I were you, I don't think playing it on 360 is going to make a huge difference.
4932  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Is Halo 2 SP worth playing? on: May 19, 2006, 08:26:35 AM
I was a huge fan of the original Halo's single player campaign, I didn't bother with the multiplayer. When Halo 2 came out I no longer owned an Xbox, but I heard the SP campaign wasn't so great. I would definately like to go through it though some time before Halo 3 is released, so what did you guys feel about the SP campaign of Halo 2 compared to the first one? Any good?
4933  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / What's your favorite X360 game? on: May 19, 2006, 08:24:28 AM
Tomb Raider: Legends for me. I didn't enjoy Oblivion as much as I thought I would, Kameo was fun but not necessarily my ideal type of game, X-men 360 is pretty cool, but overall experience I gotta hand to TR.
4934  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Peter Moore: The Space Ghost interview on: May 19, 2006, 05:09:57 AM
Cool! I was actually there at the front of the stage while he was being interviewed, and after they picked two lucky people from the crowd to be interviewed by Space Ghost and I was one of them =)

LOL! In the beginning of the video do you hear a guy saying "too much light! too much light!" That's me! =)
4935  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / my DS CAN in fact swim-INSANE UPDATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! on: May 18, 2006, 05:51:47 PM
Heh, that brings up an interesting story. Back when the GBA first came out, I had bought Advanced Wars and another game which I played a lot. All of a sudden one day I couldn't find my Advanced wars game, I found it a week later when I was wearing a pair of shorts that had just been cleaned in the laundry. It was in the short's pocket the whole time. The interesting thing is, the shorts had been through the washing machine and the dryer... and the game still worked! I was so impressed it was almost worth losing the game for a week  :lol:
4936  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / X-men 360 impressions on: May 18, 2006, 05:42:44 PM
I got to play this game a bit early because we recieved it in the store a week before its street date, I was able to beat it in around 8-12 hours so the game is extremely short. The events in the new game are supposed to take place right before the movie, it'll be interesting to see how certain main events in the storyline in this game lead into X-men 3.

I wasn't sure what to expect from this X-men game, I was interested in it from the screenshots (and somewhat desperate for a new 360 game) but knowing it was based off a movie I was a bit skeptical. The first thing I didn't realize was that the game is based around just three characters: Wolverine, Nightcrawler, and Iceman. They each have their own levels as opposed to you being able to choose which character you wish to use in each level. Much of this has to do with the way each level is designed, as each character plays in much different ways. Wolverine is the melee character, you basically claw your way without too much thought through huge onslaughts of enemies. His range of attacks are limited leaving the gameplay feeling repetetive at times, but surprisingly still satisfying. Some of Wolvie's oldest foes make an appearance, including Sabertooth, Lady Deathstrike, and Silver Samurai.

As for Nightcrawler's levels, they are designed much differently due to the fact that he can teleport. This is the first game since X-men: Clone Wars 2 on the Genesis that I've played where they got Nightcrawler's teleporting right. Teleportation is an important aspect of traveling and combat for this character, and with the exception of a few areas teleporting exactly where you want to is very easy to do. Remember the opening scene of the X-men 2 movie where Nightcrawler kicks all sorts of ass? Imagine that sequence, and you have a good idea what combat is like for Nightcrawler in this game. Its not quite as cinematic, but its really badass nonetheless. Storm and Colossus also make appearances in Nightcrawler's levels as supporting characters.

Iceman seems to have gotten the short end of the stick in this game. He has maybe 1/3 of the missions the other guys have, although he does play a significant part in the story. Basically, playing as Iceman is like playing a flying game. Iceman is constantly creating an ice slide which has him sliding high into the skies and speeding through tunnels filled with obstacles. While probably considered to least fun of the three characters, its still a welcome break to play as Iceman when his levels come up because of the complete change in style. Basically, Iceman has a few projectile attacks at his command so you find yourself in a bit of aerial combat. You also get to have a big showdown with Pyro which I really enjoyed.

The gameplay is very limited overall. Wolverine and Nightcrawler can perform combos but not many of them, and you don't learn any new attacks as you go along so your stuck with the same set of attacks from beginning to end. There is an upgrade aspect to the game which really is completely useless. After each level you are given points which you can use to increase a character's abilities in certain areas, such as Strength for Wolverine, Health for Nightcrawler, and increasing the damage that Iceman's Hail Storm attack does. However, there are no significantly noticeable differences if you decide to upgrade certain areas more than others, so it feels like the feature was thrown in as an afterthought.

As far as the storyline goes, the game doesn't present you with FMV or CG cutscenes but rather lightly animated images narrated by the characters. It has much of a comic style feel to it and although this game is supposed to be based on the movie rather than the comic, I welcomed the style because it felt fresh. I tend to not enjoy cutscenes very often anyhow because they commonly are low quality so this comic style felt like a cool design choice. Also, a few of the actors from the movie including Hugh Jackman do the voiceovers for the characters so the game feels very authentic, which is a big plus in my book.

As far as the rest of the game comes together, it has its high points but for the most part it doesn't standout as a great game in any respect. The graphics are nice on the 360 but not the best, the lighting and shadows are lacking but the character models are gorgeous. The sound effects and musical score borrow from the movies so it sounds much like the movies do. In terms of level design, this may be where the game falls short of being a good/great game. For the most part the level design is stale and uninspiring, not to mention cluttered and condensed. There are a few moments where the level design stands out, if the development team had put as much time into the rest of the levels as they did those few awesome ones, the simple combat engine could have easily been overlooked. Alas, I'm sure they were working on a deadline thanks to the release of the movie just a few weeks later so we've got what we've got.

I definately recommend this game to X-men fans, I personally am a huge X-men fan so I enjoyed myself the whole way through. However, those who aren't into the X-men movies and comics may find the allure of this game not strong enough to warrant a play through. At its core, its just an average action game, and considering the short length, as much as I love X-men its very hard to recommend this game beyond anything more than a rental.

My score: 7/10
4937  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / New Super Mario Bros. on: May 18, 2006, 05:44:06 AM
The game gets substantially better after World 1. Level design improves, the new monsters you see actually have a chance to look cool, there are more secrets to be had, etc.

... Those harsh impressions you gave before were from only playing through the first world? Remind me not to read your impressions anymore, discounting a game based off very early impressions is just plain stupid.
4938  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / The beginning of the end for E3? on: May 17, 2006, 06:59:57 PM
I've been attending the E3 show since I turned 18, 2006 was my 6th consecutive year in a row. Every year is basically the same story, to me it didn't seem louder or toned down, although it definately wasn't as crowded as last year. I do agree that a few booths need to turn down the volume, I had a hard time playing WoW: Burning Crusade with the speakers screaming in my ears. They definately are making an effort to tone down the booth babe's costumes though, while I was in the media registration room a model dressed up as Wonder Woman was arguing with someone from the show, he wouldn't let her wear her costume (which I admit was pretty damn revealing).

As far as the appeal of the show, I don't know why a select few choose to complain about it every year. I understand that its an industry event but that doesn't mean we should all have to show up in suits and ties with our notepads ready to take notes. To me the show is about having fun, getting together with a bunch of other gamers who are there to have a good time and gawk at all the new games, and basically just become recharged about the industry as a whole so when I go back to work I'm pumped up about the games and gaming in general.

Let the GDC be the watered down version of E3, I like my E3 how it is.
4939  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / When your 360 breaks... on: May 06, 2006, 03:27:17 AM
I just had the same problem about a week and a half ago I talked to microsoft and they sent me a box to send my unit in they told me about 7-10 working days I should get my xbox360 back by the way mine was a launch unit they did'nt even ask about when I bought it they just said they would make sure and fix my xbox360 or send me a new one now thats taking care of the customer in my book.

That's a run-on sentence if I've ever seen one!

I'm glad the process is smooth... do they end up giving you a brand new system? I would hate to run into similar problems again in the near future. Also, is there a warranty available for purchase through MS?
4940  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / When your 360 breaks... on: May 05, 2006, 06:45:34 PM
I was playing Tomb Raider and all of a sudden the graphics became distorted. The issue began to worsen to the point where now I don't even get an image, so I've come the conclusion my Xbox is broken. I bought it about two months ago and I know there is a 90 day warranty through Microsoft, but my question is how long does this replacement process take? So far I've had a poor experience with their tech support, they transferred me two times and during the second one they hung up (after holding for 10 minutes  :evil: ) I'm about to call again... when can I expect to have a new 360?
4941  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Nintendo DS Lite - Out in US June 11th - (for $129) on: May 05, 2006, 06:38:59 PM
i'm still pissed that they are to bring another version out ,as it doesnt feel that long since i bought the original DS on day one....we should be able to money involved!!

I disagree, more options are always better than less options. Besides, most places will probably have some sort of trade-in promotion where you get extra value for trading in your DS towards a Lite.
4942  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Nintendo DS Lite - Out in US June 11th - (for $129) on: May 04, 2006, 11:34:22 PM
I put a deposit down on mine today, EB and GameStop minimum deposit is $25.
4943  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Half-Life 2: Episode One is preloading on Steam on: May 03, 2006, 01:53:51 AM
Ah, yeah almost forgot to pre-order my copy....
4944  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Booth Babe photos on: May 03, 2006, 01:50:08 AM
Because it confirms that many gamers are desperate losers who gawk longingly at women who will never have anything to do with them.

That's stupid, my girlfriend looks just as hot in some of the skimpy outfits she wears (sans the DD implants a few of those girls have) and we BOTH gawk at the E3 booth babes! We NEED booth babes at E3!
4945  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / 24 Contest: Non Entry Feedback Thread on: April 19, 2006, 12:21:51 AM
I've read reviews that said the game was supposed to be pretty good, particularly to fans of the series. Besides what the general opinion of the game is, the contest itself is easy enough so why complain about a free game?
4946  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Well, this site is coming off of my favorites... on: April 19, 2006, 12:18:46 AM
I completely agree with the reasoning for the score. It seems like with a lot of Japanese games (not all of them, but many) they concentrate too much on style and flash over substance; Lots of long drawn out cutscenes, epic musical scores, lots of "ooh aah" scripted moments, but the gameplay is dull.
4947  Gaming / Analog Gaming / What would make the perfect game store? (need ideas) on: April 18, 2006, 05:51:53 AM
Currently I'm an assistant manager at a high volume GameStop store, its one of the best performing stores in the company. Today I was promoted to store manager and next week I'll be taking over my own store, which is actually going to be an Electronics Boutique (GS and EB have merged). Its the normal sized store in a mall, and its very low volume. It's a fairly new store so its nice and clean, but it really doesn't get all that many customers and its one of the worst performing stores in the district. The district manager has a lot of faith in me because I'm one of the top performers in my store, I also learned everything very quickly operations-wise, so they fully expect me to turn things around at the store and bring it up within the district.

Now, this is where you guys and gals come in with tips/advice/ideas, etc. I tend to be an ambitous person, and my goal is to make my store the #1 performing store in the district, not in volume because that would be impossibly but in performance and percentage, i.e percentage of reservations per transaction, items per transaction, etc.

Besides pleasing the corporate suits at the top with good numbers though, I really want to create an environment that gamers would love to shop in. I want people to enjoy their visit at my store and want to do all their future shopping there. I've had a few ideas of my own that go beyond the average GameStop/EB experience, which include bringing a laptop and my LCD screen in to display DVD's that I put together displaying game trailers and such. When FF Advent Children comes out I'd love to have that playing. I also thought of having mini competitions of games like Super Smash Bros. melee where the winner wins a free game of their choice (its probably gonna come out of my pocket but I don't mind), and so on.

I was looking for more suggestions though, staying along realistic lines. Remember, I just work for the company, I don't own it, so I can't turn the store into my own playpen. I want to know though, what usually keeps you shopping at a particular game store? What would you like in a store that you don't see enough of (customer service? cleanliness?). I'm all ears people, help me make this the store gamers love to go to =)
4948  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / What are you buying this week? (4/17) on: April 18, 2006, 05:00:53 AM
Dreamfall: The Longest Journey 2 for me.
4949  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Tomb Raider: Legends Impressions (all platforms!) on: April 17, 2006, 12:05:53 AM
Then I am a numbskull too cuz I see zero enjoyment in going through again. To each...

Then the question at hand is: Are you even enjoying the game your first time through? It doesn't sound like it to me so you don't apply to my comment =) I think anyone who is liking the game will like to go through a second time with the new outfits and to try and beat their time records. Tomb Raider seems like one of those short but sweet games, and I always play through those ones multiple times.
4950  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / What's with all the stupid driving games in Half-Life2???? on: April 16, 2006, 11:54:20 PM
Don't give up on the entire game because of two short portions, its not like they are hard to get through...
4951  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Tomb Raider: Legends Impressions (all platforms!) on: April 15, 2006, 07:33:44 PM
Wow... I have to say that this game is simply amazing. I'm roughly half way through and so far I keep expecting the game to turn bad because so far its too good to be true. I love everything about the game so far, its a perfect blend of action, puzzles, and platforming. Controlling Lara is so much fun, I love her array of moves and the fluidity of her animations make her a marvel to watch. And can I just say that this game has a cool-factor through the roof? Seriously, the level in Japan screamed attention to aesthetic design.

Even the motorcycle portion that some of you were complaining about, I loved it. I thought it was fun and the perfect length. If the rest of the game can keep this pace then I'll definately be playing through it again, I've already unlocked some new outfits. Whichever reviewer said TR isn't worth a second play through is a numbskull.
4952  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / I need help with Zelda: The Wind Waker on: April 14, 2006, 07:03:28 PM
Thanks for the warning, I'll be sure to have that portion of the strategy guide bookmarked for when I reach it slywink
4953  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / I need help with Zelda: The Wind Waker on: April 14, 2006, 06:58:06 PM
I just started playing  Zelda: The Wind Waker on GameCube. So far I like the game but good god, either I'm numb in the head or I can't navigate through the game for shit. I just reached the Forsaken Fortress and the place feels like a maze to me, the map doesn't help very much. I've killed all the dudes controlling the lights but now I have no idea where to go. Everything looks the same in this place to me.

Now, I do have the strategy guide for it so I can always consult that, but I was hoping for some general advice when playing this game if anyone has any. Did you guys like the game?
4954  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Ghost Recon: AW gets a 3.7 on: April 14, 2006, 03:30:06 AM
Why such a big difference from the Xbox versions?
4955  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Tomb Raider: Legends Impressions (all platforms!) on: April 14, 2006, 03:29:02 AM
-360 version-

I've only had a chance to play through the first level so far but so far my impressions are very positive.

First of all, the graphics are beautiful. Lara Croft is smoking hot and her character model looks really nice and curvy and the animation is fluid. I'm not sure how the game looks on the PS2 and Xbox, but the textures in the 360 version are crisp and shiny, just how I like 'em. So far I like the feel of the environments as well, good use of the color pallette (for example, the first jaguar you see in the ruins, it's gold color really shines). I've read that the frame rate is troublesome in the console versions but so far I've been in gunfights, ran across a bridge being destroyed by a helicoptor, and it a few big open rooms, no frame rate issues yet.

Lara controls well enough but there have been a few instances where the camera found itself a crummy angle causing me to miss my aim, but otherwise the controls are tight and responsive.

As far as how the game plays, the first thing I thought within the first 10 minutes of playing is Lara has an amazing array of attacks, movements, and maneuvers at her disposal. Its almost like Crystal Dynamics took some of the best elements of Splinter Cell, Prince of Persia, and Devil May Cry and melded them into a wonderfully intuitive and fun control scheme for Tomb Raider. So far I'm loving it!

As far as the puzzles go, I never played the previous Tomb Raider games so I can't compare, but I will say the first main puzzle room had me stuck for almost 20 minutes, infact I became almost frustrated. Perhaps I haven't been playing many games with puzzles in them lately, but I simply couldn't figure it out right away. I think it has more to do with me expecting something more complex than what they actually have to offer, but still I felt quite satisfied when I figured it out and would hope it didn't get too much more complicated than that.

All in all I'm loving Tomb Raider: Legend so far. I can see this being a really great action/puzzle game as long as the frustration factor doesn't get too high. The game, while it does the action genre gameplay right from what I can tell so far, also has some of its low points like some screwy camera angles and frustrating gameplay moments due to, you guessed it, the camera. As far as the puzzles go, we'll see if they prove to be logical or irrational.
4956  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Tomb Raider: Legends Impressions (all platforms!) on: April 13, 2006, 07:37:15 PM
I'm about to head on over and pick my copy up now, I should have a good 3-4 hours of impressions this evening!
4957  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / OXM and their "10" on: April 12, 2006, 06:46:49 PM
One persons 10 is anothers 7, so why even use numbers?

Exactly, and that's the point we're all debating about right now. Putting numerical values on an entertainment product is inefficient and inaccurate, but it has to be done because that's what people and publishers alike want. Most people don't sit down and read entire reviews, hell I'm not innocent here I do the same thing, if I see a game scored above an 8 I trust the publication to know what they are talking about and I'll seriously consider buying the game. That's where reader loyalty comes in though, I have a trust in certain review sites because in the past they haven't steered me wrong.

Using a rating system is fine for games, just don't expect an a scientific explanation of why the game was given that rating. Take the rating and expect to possibly add a point or subtract a point based on your own personal preferences.
4958  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / OXM and their "10" on: April 12, 2006, 05:16:26 AM
All of this just comes to show that the best review is a review that does not give a score. Knightshade, the fact that you give games scores and then bash another publication for giving a score that you disagree with is contradictory. If you want to take a stand, remove the numerical scoring system GT uses and hope other publications begin to follow suit. I used to feel the same way about many publications giving games perfect scores when the game was far from perfect, but then I came to the realization that the numerical score is really only the most basic generalization of what to expect from the game. So while some of the technical aspects may be marred in the game as you've pointed out, the game itself may really be the perfect boxing game (in comparison to the others that are available).

When you think about it, there's no such thing as 100% perfect, there's always a tiny, insignificant flaw somewhere in the game, so if you can't ever rate a game perfectly how do you judge how far it is from perfect? The point being: Ignore the score and read the review for the real lowdown, then you be the judge.
4959  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / DS Lite on: April 12, 2006, 01:06:20 AM
I just got mine today. I ordered form Got the DS Lite in 4 days. Not bad from Hong Kong to Canada.

Hmm, not that I don't trust you but I'm still skeptical of the site. Besides the grammar errors and poor description of the product, it says "Note that If dead pixels found, there is NO replacement and no refund, the sale is final.". So basically there is no warranty.
4960  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Oblivion makes record-breaking sales on: April 11, 2006, 09:23:43 PM
Well, that's what you get for the poor story title, I didn't even notice it. Edited the original post.
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