@crusader8463 said:I like Spongebob. I remember going to the movies with a girl I liked to watch the Spongbob movie back in college.She was 8, wasn't she?
It happens with a lot of stuff, like lists and (I imagine; I don't get many comments for) images and stuff. I'd say that Zombie Pie should put up a sticky saying, "Don't @reply to a topic creator if it's a blog", but I'm not sure that it's enough of an issue for him to do that.
Also, the story of Free Radical (Crytek UK currently) is on GiantBomb as well and its founding members were ex-Rare employees who were on the Goldeneye/Perfect Dark team. If you are interested in the Timesplitters games themselves you should PM @Candle_Jakk for more info, as I only played the first two and never finished any of them.
Goldeneye 007 on the Wii was a blast to play. Two of the best reimagined games are on the Wii; Goldeneye 007 and Silent Hill: Shattered Memories. I also think the best ported game ever is Resident Evil 4. These are just my opinions and hopefully no one was harmed in the writing of these words.
The controls probably inspired the Conduit's myriad of options, so the answer is yes they use dual-analog sticks but you can play it like Goldeneye if you prefer. Either way is still mad, floaty, Goldeneye sway. Your weapon/reticule will move to the side of the screen when turning and snap-back to the middle when you're finished turning.