Posted 05 April 2012 - 03:52 PM
Capcom has a simple solution available to appease the on-disc-dlc haters (ie everyone): Project $10. They are pretty much the only major company not to have the online pass (which is odd, since they do so many fighting games, which is heavily geared to online play), but they have squandered any good will they earned. They are pretty much encouraging consumers to buy used so they can spend the extra money to unlock all the content. If they include the code to unlock the $15 worth of extra characters in ALL new games, problem solved. It still screws those without internet, but every game company screws them.
If you chose the defend-the-boss option for the final stage of RE:ORC, it's even easier. Since the boss is on your side, there's no boss fight for you at all! You just have to kill the two teammates and that's it! Plus there's an extra achievement for chosing to defend and failing. And there's a good example of bad endings. You say a couple lines on the radio to HQ. Wow, that was satisfying, huh?
I've seen the old Drive movie! It's got a very chipper Brittany Murphy as a flirty underage girl working at a hotel the main characters stays in. And I remember the fight scenes were impressive, too (at the time, anyway). It's probably up there with Hollow Point as my favorite direct-to-video movie. (Wacth Holow Point, too... It's got pretty good action, Tia Carrere, an incredibly goofy Donald Sutherland, and John LIthgow with a God complex: I think he refers to himself as Jesus at one point.)