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#1 Posted by deathfury (531 posts) -

Here's a list.

  • Alan Wake (Alan Wake)
  • Master Chief (Halo)
  • Arbiter (Halo)
  • Banjo (Banjo-Kazooie)
  • Joanna Dark (Perfect Dark)
  • Balder (Too Human)
  • Kaim Argonar (Lost Odyssey)
  • Baron von Havoc (Amped 3)
  • The Gunstringer (The Gunstringer)
  • 'Splosion Man ('Splosion Man)
  • Captain Smiley (Comic Jumper)
  • The Agent (Crackdown)
  • Hero (Fable)
  • Marcus Fenix (Gears of War)
  • Skorge (Gears of War)
  • The Kid (Bastion)
  • Kameo (Kameo: Elements of Power)
  • Blinx (Blinx the Time Sweeper)
  • Brutus (Brute Force)
  • Your Avatar
#2 Posted by deathfury (531 posts) -

Man, I had no idea there was an after credits thing. I just went back to see it, but when I tried to rewind to the last chapter of episode 5, it started me at episode 1. Now all my save data is erased. What a bummer. I really enjoyed episode 5 though. Also I can't believe how many people chose to cut off the arm.

#3 Posted by deathfury (531 posts) -

@ImmortalSaiyan: The soundtrack was done by the RZA and other members of the Wu-Tang Clan, Kanye West, The Black Keys, and a bunch of other artists.

#4 Posted by deathfury (531 posts) -

The Man with the Iron Fists.

3/5

It was kind of a mess, but the soundtrack was great and it had a lot of heart. A very fun watch if you're a fan of the genre. Just don't expect a masterpiece.

#5 Posted by deathfury (531 posts) -

Brandon - Walk faster.

I just love being able to speed through levels in the longest combo I can manage.

#6 Posted by deathfury (531 posts) -

Isn't this the game about space sharks?

#7 Posted by deathfury (531 posts) -

If you're looking for a martial art focused on self defense, American Kenpo is a great choice. If you can find a place that actually teaches it.

#8 Posted by deathfury (531 posts) -

The Man from Nowhere and The Chaser are both really great.

#9 Posted by deathfury (531 posts) -

I am particularly fond of The Perfect Weapon.

#10 Posted by deathfury (531 posts) -

If you can find a D&D group that's looking for new players, that'd be a good place to start. But really all it takes to start out is dice, the rules and some friends. If you're interested in 4th Edition, here are some quick start rules.