I was there, saw the guy, he's incredible, But a fun fact is he's like 6'6''. Like, a very very tall Spock. He was the same height as the ''official'' Darth Vader of the 501st. »
Second time I suscribe to a comic, and the first time was this year too.
Really dig those different art styles for classic characters. I read a lot of comic about angry heavy muscled guys saving the world, this feel fresh. »
I really want to buy the book (can't go to the expo, I'm too far away).
But god I hate living in Canada and having to pay 20$ shipping for a 40$ book :S »
I never played the one on the N64 or Dreamcast (?) everybody talks about.
Gauntlet II was one of the first game I played on the NES, with my brothers and friends we always had a blast. And on the Xbox I bought the Seven Sorrows and it was kinda cool.
I'll buy this one for the week-end I think! Local co-op hack n slash… »
My teenage crisis was mostly getting angry at game. At a point where my parents would tell me to calm down an quiet (I was shouting at the screen). I even broke my xbox by punching it.
Now I just don't play games that gets on my nerves, I like to play for fun, not challenge.
Was I a bad loser? Yes, but now I'm a happy… »
Well, I assumed it was only Current-Gen so I didn't ever bother thinking about playing it on my old, rusty 360. But now we'll see in sept. 30 :P »
I worked at the Quebec City studio where they made this game ahah. I received a free copy when the game launched (even if I did nothing in it). It's a strange Mortal Kombat-esque fighting game with quick-time events and some rhythm combo. And Dinosaurs you can actually customize a bit. »
That's such a great new. I've been playing SR IV a lot recently and I really hoped to be able to replay the missions (I chased every single blue square thing, don't want to do that again). So I started to buy expansions and now this one! »