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Those games are awesome.
I love 2D Zelda because that's where Nintendo takes chances with the series. 3D Zelda usually plays it pretty serious with the traditional framework of the series. I don't think that's a bad thing since that framework is pretty great, but still. You played Skyward Sword, right?
Well, it's ending this coming season.
S7 is gonna be the last one.
It's one of those shows...
...that I keep thinking I'll probably like, but I'll never actually get around to watching it. Right now I'm blasting through S6 of Burn Notice. Watched S1 through S5 in like a month a while back, then took a break while I waited for S6 to finish so I could watch it all at once.
Re: Favortite Action/Adventure game of all time?
Generally any Zelda game. The Assassin's Creed series, particularly AC2, AC3, and Brotherhood. The Arkham series. DMC and Bayonetta aren't really action/adventure games, they're character action games, since the focus is much less on adventuring and much more on the action and the combat. Still awesome though.
...only the first two are really any good. The third and onward are just more of the same. Decent character action games marred by repetitive and simplistic combat. The games don't compare to the intricacy and depth of the combat in Devil May Cry, particularly DMC3. And then you've got Bayonetta, which set a whole new standard for character action games that GoW doesn't even come close to. Also Metal Gear Rising, although that's not as much of a defining game in the genre ...
...it's a term meant to describe anime that's designed to appeal to young boys. Bleach, Naruto, DBZ, Yu Yu Hakusho, One Piece, etc. Generally shonen anime series have similar tropes. Thickheaded super OP protagonist that never gives up, a group of close friends of said protagonist with abilities of their own, protagonist regularly loses to the big bad, then gets more powerful and beats said big bad, only for another more powerful enemy to show up. Rinse and repeat.
You need to watch...
...Samurai Champloo if you liked Bebop.
To be honest...
...I know Bleach is a big dumb shonen. I still love it anyway.
Death Note, Cowboy Bebop, Samurai Champloo, Monster, Ghost in the Shell. There's probably more I can't think of. Only put Bleach in the title to annoy Troper.
Welcome to shonen anime.
Enjoy your stay. :lol: I love Bleach despite those faults. Cool characters, cool designs, etc.
Re: Underappreciated Video Games
Bayonetta and Vanquish.
I have a super fan fiction image in my head of Aizen and Loki teaming up to trick Ichigo and Thor into fighting. Eventually Thor gets downed for whatever reason and Ichigo is somehow worthy to pick up Mjolnir, giving him Thor's powers on top of his own, and dual wielding Mjolnir and Tensa Zangetsu. **** would be so badass.
Ah, but you forget.
Thor is a god. He can see into the astral realm and see ghosts and spirits and whatnot, so I'd argue that seeing and interacting with Ichigo even in spirit form wouldn't be an issue for him. And I'm assuming peak Ichigo, so Bankai Ichigo. I mean obviously he'd pull a typical Ichigo and try to fight with just his shikai to start but Thor would quickly make him realize he needed to go all out.
Speak English, bro. Anime isn't warped reality. Anime/manga characters usually have definable feats and skills, just like comic book and video game characters. It's not exactly rocket science.
I'm against cartoon battles with characters like Bugs since their entire powerset relies on reality warping.
Ichigo Kurosaki vs. Thor. This is one I've thought about before. Ichigo has a slight edge in speed, but Thor can still keep up. Thor is much stronger, though. I have to say Thor would probably win. One good hit and Ichigo is done.
Hulk would probably win.
Eventually he'd be too strong to put down. The key to beating him is to go all out right off the bat and put him down before he starts getting stronger.
...our shields can't repel firepower of that magnitude!!! Nah, I honestly don't have a whole lot of experience with random dating.
Samus is way OP lol. Samus vs. Hulk would be fun.
It's a trap!
Stanley Ipkiss would show up wearing the mask and own both of them. Battles between people with silly cartoon physics/reality warping powers are way harder to argue than videogame/comic character battles where people have set limits. I once saw a debate about The Mask vs. Broly go on for over 1000 posts. It was insanity.
I love when people throw out the fact that Chief is genetically enhanced like it puts him over Samus. Samus is also genetically and cybernetically enhanced, and her enhancements come from a highly advanced alien race. Chief would get destroyed in hand to hand combat. Samus is strong enough to survive her own power bombs outside of the suit. Samus is basically the Chief times ten.
Dammit, Rich. TIME TO RIOT, GUYS!
Hmmm. I think I actually interact with you more on AS lol. But still, you seem pretty cool, and you seem to have filled the position of "Lounge Chick" that chica vacated. Soooooo 8/10, Totes Cool
No problem. ME is well worth playing if you even remotely like games. The story is pretty good and the characters are excellent, and you get to see them develop over the course of three games. Your character will even have his/her own unique relationships with them based on your dialogue choices, and some of them can even die based on your decisions. You could even romance someone in the first game, a different person in the second, and then ...
Both are third person shooters. ME has RPG elements and DS has horror elements. In ME you get to make your own character, male or female, and choose your dialogue options. You also get a large crew to interact with and can even romance certain members of said crew. Some of them are aliens, so you can do your best Captain Kirk impersonation and bang a blue alien babe. However, it's a very plot driven series and a large ...
Re: Dead Space 3 or Mass Effect 3?
Have you played ME1/2 or DS1/2? Important question.
If I were gay I could score much better than an uneducated South American bigot.
Was that supposed to be an insult?
Because if it was, I'm not sure you actually understand what an insult is.
LOL, how insecure are you?
You're actually threatened by gay men? Sounds like someone's trapped deep in the closet and desperately wants out. Wuss.
They probably should...
...recruit people with "a better English," if yours is anything to go by.
Not even that.
He's literally been Batman before for about a year when Bruce was "dead", and he was considered a more than worthy successor. And he manages to do it his own way, without the grim anger that Bruce carries around that prevents him from getting close to most people. Nightwing is one of the most trusted and well respected heroes in the DC universe. He's one of the few people that damn near every other hero would follow into battle. Hell, ...
Nightwing is a member of the Batfamily.
Nightwing wins. :lol: No, seriously, though. Gambit may have powers but Nightwing and the other Bats regularly hang with the Justice League and go up against people like Darkseid. They're used to taking down people with powers. Gambit is quick and agile, and he's a good fighter, but in hand to hand Nightwing would obliterate him, and it's only gonna take one or two uses of the cards before Nightwing figures out how to use them to his ...
She doesn't have dark skin. And she's frigging stacked. Cute face and one of the best bodies I've seen. It's funny that's what bores you when Kristen Bell is generic plain whitebread blonde girl. Blegh. Boring as hell to me.
Facebook wasn't really new.
It was the culmination of the social networks that had come before it. Livejournal, MySpace, etc. It's the plateau that new concepts tend to reach before they grow stagnant. If anything I could see similar services to Kickstarter popping up and becoming more popular, but I just don't think Kickstarter itself will last.
Bet she's a bad lay.
Just a hunch. There's better fish in the sea for the lives of six million Jews. Leah Dizon and Misa Campo, for instance.
She's annoying to me for some reason.
And she ditched her Assassin's Creed character, forcing the writers to write her out in a really silly way. Also I don't really like blondes lol.
Facebook is still around, yes.
Because literally everyone uses it and it was a game changer. Kickstarter does not compare. It is not a game changer on the level that FB was, and to compare the two is silly IMO.
Because that's how the internet works.
It's common sense, really. And it's only a matter of time before someone rips a ton of people off using it, and the fallout from that will make people wary to contribute.
When it's no longer the cool new novel thing on the internet. It'll still be around, of course, but it won't be as big as it is now.
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