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Posted by GhostShark on 22 January 2014 - 03:59 PM
Damn, that's a nice deal on Vesperia. I just got it.
I beat Arkham Origins yesterday. Pretty damn fun game. I still don't like it in comparison to City from multiple aspects. I just need to finish up the Riddler stuff and beat up Deadshot and I'm pretty much done with it. I'm starting Dishonored next.
Posted by GhostShark on 17 January 2014 - 03:13 PM
Daryl's OK as a character, but people only love him because he has that badass mentality that just attracts viewers. By no stretch of the imagination does that make him a well-written character. And let's be honest here, Daryl is only popular because Norman Reedus is playing him. Had it been someone else, he wouldn't be nearly as popular. If anything, Merle was the better character of the two but in the end, he was just a simple plot device for Daryl to show some silly emotion.
Posted by GhostShark on 17 January 2014 - 03:10 PM
Outside of it being a Batman game, I don't really think you can adequately compare Asylum to City/Origins. Asylum has that awesome Metroidvania feel to the game with pretty lackluster combat and a rather incoherent narrative, but City/Orgins are more sandbox/free roam games than anything else. They're all great games, though. But when the hell am I going to be able to drive the Batmobile?
Posted by GhostShark on 17 January 2014 - 04:32 AM
Posted by GhostShark on 16 January 2014 - 05:34 PM
If you don't consider Marino one of the all-time greatest QBs, you just need to stop watching Football. The numbers back it up.
I've always hated the argument that you have to win a Super Bowl to be an elite QB. You don't see people knocking RBs, WRs or even coaches for never winning a Super Bowl as much as you do the Quarterbacks. Winning the Super Bowl is a team effort. You gotta have all the pieces performing at a high level.