I have a Haunter named "Ghost Dad," and she's the best. Though my Doublade named "Ghost Dad" is also pretty good. That thing was pretty incredible for early game when it was still a Honedge. I did also just get a Litwick named "Ghost Dad," are those any good? Ghost/Fire type seems like it could be fun.
Gengar would probably be my favorite if he wasn't one of those trade to evolve ones. They're the worst. Is it too much to just want my pokemon to evolve by reaching a certain level, or having a magic rock shoved into one of their orifices?
I'm find with early access, but I just wish the early access games didn't intermingle with actual releases on the store front. I'd like to keep them completely separate from one and other. Maybe something like the greenlight section, but just a little less buried and forgotten than greenlight.
I'm sure basic consumer psychology says if you don't put them on the Steam home page with all the other games, users would just NEVER buy them because it would be several more clicks away to even find them.
They're only several more clicks away (instead of 1 easy obvious click) if your store page is terrible. But if your argument is based on the steam store page being kind of terrible I might not disagree.
I'm fine with early access, but I just wish the early access games didn't intermingle with actual releases on the store front. I'd like to keep them completely separate from one and other. Maybe something like the greenlight section, but just a little less buried and forgotten than greenlight.
All I hope for is that Beyond Two Souls has a flashback scene where you play as the child version of your character playing hide and seek, and then something terrible happens. His last two games had that. Let's keep that weird ass trend going.
A lot of modern games are designed for you to have you're thumb on the left analog stick at all times, but with the way the buttons are laid out it looks like you are going to have to take it off quite a bit. It will probably work fine for first person shooters, but I'm skeptical on how well it will work for nearly every other genre. I'd like to give it a try though. If I'm missing something and it ends up being amazing I'd be happy to be wrong.
: Yeah, I get you. And your experience does sound crazy. I would drop a lot of the extra stuff, but it's pretty much necessary to get into med schools at this point. American colleges look for the perfect "well-rounded" student who not only has fantastic grades but is involved in a bevy of activities and does a lot of volunteer work. I know that sounds unreasonable and inhuman, but I'm convinced the people who do get into med schools these days are inhuman...
As for the time thing... My degree will probably take me four years, med school will take another four, and residency will be another 2-3 after that. I will be thirty by the time I start working my first real full-time job. Sigh.
(This is assuming that everything goes to plan and my grades don't crash and burn and I don't dropout of college and oh God.)
You've got the right idea. The idea of cutting stuff out of your schedule when you are that busy is great advice for most majors, but pre-med is a whole other ball game. Like you said, they not only want you to be the best of the best grade wise, but also have a good amount of extra curricular / volunteer / research experience. I went to a school that had particularly close ties to a nearby medical university, and knew quite a few pre-med students because of that. The ones who got into med school (any med-school not just the one with ties to our university) worked hard and sacrificed a lot to get there. Just keep your eye on the ball, and remember as long as it's something you really want to do it will be worth it in the end.
@l1ghtn1n: I hope we end up dong another one. This game is really fun. It's so much easier to tell why you lost and where you screwed up than other fighting games, and I don't have to feel bad about my normally terrible combo execution. I don't think this is going to replace Street Fighter as my fighting game of choice anytime soon, but it's a nice break while still remaining true to what makes fighting games fun.
Best of luck to everyone else who is less terrible than me and still in the tournament.
Updated the bracket to reflect the most recent stuff!
My opponent got in contact with me last minute and we played. I barely won so you don't need to change who is where on the bracket, but I just sent the actual match results to you if you want to update. Sorry about all the trouble.