The Trinity of Capcom games focused on disabled characters.

#1 Posted by SpaceInsomniac (4251 posts) -
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"Bionic Commando is one of the Trinity of Capcom game series focused on disabled characters. These are: B.C.- cannot jump, Rockman/Megaman- cannot duck/crouch, Biohazard/R.E.- characters physically incapable of the act of sidestepping. It is possible Capcom is not confident their gameplay would 'stand up'  with fully functioning protagonists (R.E.4 was tested with strafing, but it was then removed to add 'drama')."

While it should probably be edited, this made me laugh really damn hard.
#2 Posted by BabyFart_McGeezaks (63 posts) -

It's perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

#3 Posted by Kou_Leifoh (1959 posts) -

Well actually, Mega Man can duck now. I think it started in either Mega Man X5 or X6.

#4 Posted by HistoryInRust (6648 posts) -

That is really, really funny. And spiteful. But still funny.

#5 Posted by BrainSpecialist (575 posts) -
Kou_Leifoh said:
"Well actually, Mega Man can duck now. I think it started in either Mega Man X5 or X6."
He's allowed to duck? That's just silly. Next you'll be saying he's allowed to vote.
#6 Posted by Shadow (5110 posts) -

First, that's not their trinity by a long shot.  Second, those aren't disabilities.  You can't park closer to the store because you lack the ability to sidestep.

#7 Posted by Drebin_893 (3017 posts) -

Wow, I love it when people show no sense of humour.

#8 Posted by KingOfIceland (673 posts) -

HAH, It's funny because it's true. Although you could add in the fact that Nathan "Rad" Spencer is actually disabled, since dude has right arm.

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