So Pinball FX tables I bought include Excalibur, Street Fighter II, Rocky & Bullwinkle, Nightmare Mansion, Earth Defense, Mars, Star Wars Pinball: Balance of the Force, Zen Classic, Epic Quest, Sorcerer's Lair, Super League - Zen Studios, Doctor Strange, Civil War, and Fantastic Four. So I now have all the tables minus the random other teams for Super League which is just the same table, but with different team representations and the new Star Wars tables due this year. Yeah, this is a super good sale. Also got Saints Row IV season pass.
Can these be purchased in-game for the sale price? I believe I'm only missing three of these but can't remember if I should purchase them from the marketplace or if it matters on the 360. Thanks.
Yup, but the problem is if you buy them in game you have to wait for them to finish downloading right than and there as there is no background download option if you buy it off there. So if you do exit out before it's finished you'll have to go to download history or whatever and download it from there in which case you can background download.
Also a message for ALL the people going crazy in buying the Pinball FX 2 tables. Ms.Splosion Man table DID go on sale in November 2012, but more than likely won't show up as a purchase if you buy it from the dashboard or website since it was part of Sales+Specials app so make sure you have it before going crazy in shopping.
Apparently the new sales are, once again, the billion DLCs for Borderlands 2. I sure hope there'll be other things on sale as well, because Borderlands 2 DLCs go on sale around once a month, having a whole week dedicated to that would be largely disappointing.
You can switch to a mode in which all gold is shared, at which point that stops being an issue. Won't help with hearts, but Heroes is pretty easy anyway IMO. I'm a little fuzzy on this, but I seem to remember the option to turn off CPU players being in there as well.
They were going for a co-op + competitive vibe with the calling out the player who got the most gold at the end of the level as well as the board-game character upgrade minigame that follows. Works okay in multiplayer, even if it's fundamentally off. The game definitely has some weird mechanics and awful graphics/art design, but I still liked it overall.
Even than the gameplay is soooo boring. I Can't link light and heavy attacks. What the hell is the goddamn point than?! It should be goddamn mandatory, especially in a beat em up, for me to make combos out of two different buttons. That and the mini-game after a level, followed by a board game just feels like overkill. Like they know they have a shit game and here's how they draw it out more. I Really wanted to yell at someone or just question (while yelling) why was this game made in the first place. Once more, this was all within the first five minutes and looking at my backlog I know I have better things I can play.
I Tried Fable Heroes. Never have I lost interest in a game so quick. Too many unnecessary mechanics, why are there three other assholes always around me who take my gold and hearts, have any of those assholes at Lionhead ever play a beat em up in the past two generations annnnnd I don't care. This was all within my first 5 minutes of playing it. All the ideas are like adding frosting to a steak, by themselves and with other thing's in their respective category they're amazing, but add them together and I suddenly hate the world.
Thank you for posting. Seriously. Best news I've heard all day., and it sounds like it isn't a disappointment either. I will go see it with my dad this weekend (who told me about the first one), I'm pumped.
It's two and a half hours and there's more story, but it was intense. Also the fight scenes were easily in the double digits and the movie knows how to build upon them more and more like the first. That and the camera work was amazing mostly because there's literally so much chaos going on that I don't know how they the camera men kept up or even how they storyboarded and chreographed it. It's kind of a weird wonder to behold, also so many people get stabbed and shot multiple times in the head (the second fight scene alone within the first 15 minutes of the film was just a mix of blood and mud everywhere). It's...fucking amazing how much action they packed in. Seeing it again tonight with my other friend's as well since they got jealous/upset that me and my other friend went ahead and saw it this morning. Good luck trying to remake this, America.
And I have nothing on topic to add, but just wanted to say I saw The Raid 2 this morning and it was amazing. It's pretty fucking awesome when a theater with grown men all make audible noises of shock in reaction to the carnage and violence on screen, which there is plenty of.
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