The Powerbombcast Episode 15 - The Royal Grumble
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" @MrKlorox said: "Sci Fi is next. BF2142 (or maybe PlanetSide) was the forerunner to the upcoming style."What about a Mass Effect themed FPS? I know ME is a TPS but it would give people a chance to play as factions other than human. "
" @MrKlorox said:
"Sci Fi is next. BF2142 (or maybe PlanetSide) was the forerunner to the upcoming style."
" it is kinda annoying that the people who review the games for me are so awful at the games. Ryan sucked at GOWIII and jeff blows at MW2. How can you seriously blow at MW2? With an LMG?
The only Monster Hunter game I've played is "Monster Hunter Freedom Unite" on the PSP. That being said, I generally suck at twitch games. Even then, I really got into the gameplay of MH. I loved how you had to prepare your equipment for each hunt. Bring the right gear and provisions. Really felt like a "hunt". I like that I can make my own character and make armor for him. I like that the armor actually changes visually on my guy like an MMO game. I like the different animations and behaviors of each monster. I like that they were smart. They would retreat when they felt that they were about to lose. I actually liked how I can see my skill level increase at dodging and timing my attacks. So what didn't I like? Well, the camera thing is a pain, but I got around that by using the L Button to snap the camera to where ever I was looking. This would be easier if the game was on PS3 and I can use the left analog stick instead. But I got used to it. My biggest complaint are the trash mobs or local wild life. Fighting a huge monster on its own is very challenging itself, its massively frustrating to do it while there's 3 raptors and a friggin boar running around trying to kill you too. Sure, you could kill them first then deal with the main monster, but the main monster will flee to another zone which has even more local wild life that you gotta clear out again. So why not just go around to all the zones and clear out the local wild life first? That would be sweet, except as soon as you zone out then zone back in, they've respawned! Well, why not just ignore them and concentrate on the main monster? Sometimes you can because they're just maybe two raptors annoyingly in the way. That's not too bad. But later on, as the monsters get more complex and there's like a boar and 4 other things running around, its crazy annoying and way too hard. This is mitigated a bit when you play with a friend. One can concentrate on the main monster while the other guy clears out the locals. But hey, there are times when I have no one else to play with and I'm trying to do it single player and its not the kind of challenge that's fun, it's the kind that's frustrating. If Monster Hunter came out on Xbox360 or PS3 (so I can use the left analog stick as my camera control) and allowed me to clear out zone areas without it respawning (at least for 10 minutes or something) , this game would be in my top favorites of all time. Monster Hunter goes into the category of games that "almost" got it right except for one or two stupid things the developers won't change. Other games in this category: Armored Core, Tenchu Z . . .
If I was crazy rich, I'd build an actual replica of the Res Evil mansion :)
"Kiss my fist and let's go!"
Man, I want the shopping program's theme song as a ringtone!
Don't you have royal jelly with shaved ice and condensed milk? Or is that coconut jelly? Anyways, all that stuff on shaved ice is awesome.
Would've thought that Shadow Kanji was weak to physical attacks from the girls. :)
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