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- September 16th, 2016, 4:00 am
- Forum: Now Playing
- Topic: Batman: Arkham Asylum, PS3
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I loved Arkham Asylum as well. You're definitely right about the size. I really didn't like the larger open world of Arkham City. Making me traverse long distances between interesting things does not make a game more fun for me generally.
- September 16th, 2016, 3:56 am
- Forum: Video Games General
- Topic: Most Worthless Console You have Ever Owned?
- Replies: 40
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My Wonderswan is pretty much worthless. I knew that when I bought though. It was really just more of a novelty. The library is entirely Japanese so most of its games would be unplayable for me anyway. I only have Guilty Gear Petit which I didn't find to be really all that good even by the standards ...
Just finished Resident Evil for the 'cube. I thought this was going to be the best one yet, but found I had surprisingly mixed feelings about it. On the one hand it looks great. The graphics are obviously a thousand times better than the PlayStation. On the other hand, does it actually play better? ...
I loooove Alan Wake. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. One of my favorite 360 games. It's not hard to dodge those guys once you get used to it, but man they can make you jump when they sneak up on you.
The Xbox One S looks like a pretty bad deal to me. The Scorpio is only a year away so why pay a premium price for old tech? A 500 GB Xbox One is going for 246 bucks with a game on Amazon right now. I believe the Xbox supports external hard drives so the extra storage isn't that great a deal. If you ...
I concur. I'm not even a sports game fan really, but I did get this anyway because I'll buy anything on the Dreamcast. It is amazingly easy to play, without being amazingly easy. Everything just feels right somehow.
I'm not a big fan of the Tim Burton ones. Probably because I just don't much like anything by Tim Burton. As for Nolan, Batman Begins was pretty good, The Dark Knight was an awesome ride and the Dark Knight Rises was pretty blah. I'll vote Batman '66 as my favorite overall. "Some days you just ...