I'm partial to the Flak Cannon myself. My favorite gun from UT, which is a little odd since I usually don't like shotguns.
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Download the creation kit, load the skyrim master file, open the armor tab, select Novice Robes, give it a new I.D. and give it an armor rating. Save the plugin, select it when in the launcher, use the console and appropriate command with your new ID.
It's very, very easy to do yourself.
Edit: Of course, it's still clothing and not really armor. It's simply clothing with an armor rating. I haven't tried this myself, but my guess would be that changing the keywords would do the trick. Use another light armor for reference.
My problem with James Bond games is that they make him a faceless killing machine. He may throw out a few quips now and then, but at the end of the day you solve 99% of the situations with a gun. I get that there's a lot of shooting in James Bond movies and it's much easier to push out a generic shooter, but maybe the developers of the next 007 game should take some cues from Mass Effect, Arkham Asylum, and Uncharted.
Of course, most of my arguments are invalidated by not playing a 007 game in the last 10 years, but from what I've seen and heard, I haven't missed much.
About 20 boxed PC games, 150 on steam, the same on PS2, around 30 on PS1, 30 games on Virtual Console, 10 games on Wii, 40 on XBLA and probably around 50 on 360.
Add it all up, and you get around 480. I'm not sure how accurate that is, and it doesn't account for doubles, but it seems about right.
It's sometimes annoying that more obscure, but great games don't get a rerelease on these download services. At the same time, the games that don't get a rerelease aren't the games that had the biggest impact (though many have inspired more successful games). Ultimately, while I don't condone piracy of older games, it's not as big a problem as pirating newer games, simply because there's more money being lost on the newer stuff. Some games are practically impossible to get a hold of legally, so you're pirating games that have practically no monetary value(that's not to say it's worthless, certainly all you really need is to call Nintendo to put it on Virtual Console.
Again, I'm against piracy and I don't do it, but I also see that pirating obscure games that are not currently on sale and has no future plans isn't really harming the industry.
I was thinking about buying a NES/SNES a few years ago, but ended up buying a Wii instead. Some of the better and rarer games for the systems cost $ 50+, though you can get lucky and find a few gems in a collection. I found out it was actually cheaper to buy a new Wii with a classic controller and buy the games I wanted on Virtual Console. You're also not dealing with 20 year old hardware.
When you watch the show, it's clear that "On Leather Wings" is supposed to be the first episode and I think the best order to watch them in is the order they appear on the dvd. A lot of the show was aired out of order, and while most episodes are standalone, there is also character progression.
They give Robin a more prominent role in season 2. They make some major changes to the design of the show in season 3, more minimalistic. I don't think the season 3 design always works(*cough*Joker*cough*), but it's still pretty good.
There are also a few crossovers between Batman and a few of the other shows, especially Superman. Batman features heavily in the "World's Finest" episodes/movie in the second season of Superman, where he (reluctantly) teams up with Superman to take down Lex Luthor and the Joker. There are a few crossover episodes in the third season as well. Batman is also featured in the Justice League TV show, but he's not a full time member (at least not in the first season). There was also a legal problem with the Batman property and that show(more specifically, another show had the rights to Batman), so no other Batman related characters appear after season 2 (but Batman appears in most episodes). Of course, Batman Beyond is a spin-off from the animated series, and a good one. Finally, there's a few Static Shock episodes featuring Batman, and Robin is a member of Teen Titans, but I don't think it's worth watching.
As for the movies, Mask of the Phantasm is the best. If you count Batman Beyond, Return of the Joker is probably second. Batwoman isn't quite as good as the others.
It seems like the 3DS has better games, while the Vita has a few nifty extras, like Plus and whatnot. 3DS and Vita seem to mirror what happened with DS and PSP, where the DS got games crafted for handhelds, while PSP got smaller ports of console games. Overall better playing, unique games (but limited in scope) vs. bigger, recognicable games (that played better on a console).
Not to throw a wrench into this whole thing, but you can get a DS for a song now and there are plenty of excellent game for it(and a lot of not excellent games).