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#1 Posted by bowielee (34 posts) -

I never thought I would like a MOBA on a tablet, but FF is pretty fantastic. My go-to hero is Lee Chi, with Cottontail being a close second.

#2 Posted by bowielee (34 posts) -

Maybe just cross two other names of metroidvania type games together.

Dustamelee?

#3 Edited by bowielee (34 posts) -

@pop said:

I really like Jeff Flintstone, Ryan Rubble and Brad Jetson. That's freaking awesome!

I get Mr. Spacely for Ryan. Vinnie is perfect as the Fred of the group.

#4 Posted by bowielee (34 posts) -

My main question is this. Why does vanilla doom, the game which is years older than BFG edition have cloud support, but BFG does not?

#5 Posted by bowielee (34 posts) -

Games are now available in the US

Just downloaded Minish Cap

Full list of titles:

F-Zero: Maximum Velocity

Mario Kart Super Circuit

Wario Land 4

Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3

Metroid Fusion

WarioWare, Inc: Mega Microgame$

Kirby & the Amazing Mirror

Mario vs Donkey Kong

Fire Emblem: The sacred Stones

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap

#6 Posted by bowielee (34 posts) -
@MethodMan008 said:
" @bowielee said:
" Stupid voice acting? The voices were all veteran voice actors (including Neil Patrick F'n Harris) who actually did the voices for the cartoon incarnations of spider-man over the years. The villains were also voiced by many familiar veteran voice actors. I'm kind of surprised to hear that as a criticism.  I do admit, being a child of the 80s hearing the voice of spider-man 2099 took me right back to saturday mornings watching Spider-man and his amazing friends. Also, I don't know if it's different console versions, but the PS3 game didn't really have any bugs that I ran into. "
The voice acting was fine, but what they were saying.... was...  Spiderman-ish.  At first Spiderman acting like 8 year old annoyed me but after a few levels I began to love it. "
I really did geek out over the fact that they got all the voice actors from the various spider-man animated series over the years.
 
For those keeping track:
 
Amazing: MTV CGI Spider-Man series that came out right after the first movie.
Noir: 90s Spider-Man series that lunched around the same time as the Xmen cartoon in the 90s
Ultimate: Sensational Spiderman, which just wrapped up after 2 all too brief seasons
2099: Spider- Man and his amazing friends circa 1980-something.
 
I thought that was a pretty cool touch, especially because I have watched all those series.
 
One thing that got me is that even though John Kassir has voiced Deadpool since Xmen legends 2 and  he was in the voice cast for Shattered Dimensions, but didn't play Deadpool????
#7 Posted by bowielee (34 posts) -

Stupid voice acting? The voices were all veteran voice actors (including Neil Patrick F'n Harris) who actually did the voices for the cartoon incarnations of spider-man over the years. The villains were also voiced by many familiar veteran voice actors. I'm kind of surprised to hear that as a criticism.  I do admit, being a child of the 80s hearing the voice of spider-man 2099 took me right back to saturday mornings watching Spider-man and his amazing friends.
 
Also, I don't know if it's different console versions, but the PS3 game didn't really have any bugs that I ran into.

#8 Posted by bowielee (34 posts) -
@Colt said:
 I guess Shocker too.. nah.

I still couldn't believe that Shocker made it into the Ultimate Alliance games. BOTH of them.
#9 Posted by bowielee (34 posts) -

I wonder if they will eventually port this to the PS3

#10 Posted by bowielee (34 posts) -

I may actually want to get one of these now.

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