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#1 Posted by cmblasko (1552 posts) -

I'd like to play if there is still room.

In regards to the game's visuals, I've found that resolutions over 1280x720 make the sprites too small and the scene too cluttered to be legible.

#2 Posted by cmblasko (1552 posts) -

I can't believe we are still talking about ratings in 2015. Especially breaking it down by segment.

It's not perfect by any means but what other metric would you use to measure interest in your television show? DVR numbers, sure, but those aren't very reliable.

#3 Posted by cmblasko (1552 posts) -

Just completely cut off from Wii, Wii U, 3DS support. No dual screens or legacy motion control support. I'd want a portable/console hybrid with a PSN/XBL equivalent service which would include access to online play and a rotating selection of virtual console games.

#4 Posted by cmblasko (1552 posts) -

Tweet out Dave Lang's new phone number.

#5 Posted by cmblasko (1552 posts) -

@enemylandlord: I liked Here Comes the Pain a lot. People seem to think highly of the Gamecube games (Wrestlemania 18, Day of Reckoning 1 and 2) but I was never into them.

#6 Posted by cmblasko (1552 posts) -

@cmblasko: lol is that a CAW DDP or DLC DDP?

It's apart of their WCW DLC pack.

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#7 Edited by cmblasko (1552 posts) -

@dizzyhippos said:

I think the amount of buys on this TNA PPV will ether be the boost that gets them back in it or the final nail in the coffin. It would explain why they let JJ come back and promote GFW.

Apparently WWE2k16 will have 120 characters in it, hopefully the engine isnt COMPLETE FUCKING SHIT.

Yeah, character count is the least of that series' problems. How many of those characters are going to get the premium scanning treatment and look like this:

... and how many will be hand-modeled and look like this:

#8 Posted by cmblasko (1552 posts) -

@cmblasko: Unfortunately, due to the nature of their roster (the majority of the people who work for the promotion have some sort of deal elsewhere and nobody is actually a "PWG contracted" person), they can't actually stream out their shows.

Oh of course, I should have thought of that. Explains how they can get such an impressive group of talent together for the event.

Indy companies (and by indy company I mean every wrestling promotion that isn't WWE) should really start looking into ways to share their talent more liberally. Sure, injuries happen, but besides that it can really only help in the long run.

#9 Edited by cmblasko (1552 posts) -

Does PWG do ippvs or anything of the sort? I want to watch their stuff but I'm not going to wait to buy a DVD like it is 2002.